The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889, October 28, 1887, Image 4

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    ZReyieter
S. H abddig , P ublishi *.
TRIDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1887.
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YTOJtSJS THAN N0N8ENSE.
The people of McMinnville are
continually harping about building
a court house and jail on a two mill
tax per annum. This is the sheer­
est nonsense imaginable. Say what
they will those buildings will never
cost this county less than $80,000.
McMinnville will never be satisfied
with a ¿heap building; and she will
.see to it, that it is an imposing and
grand structure. Now two mills on
the dollar ie alxtut $8,000; which is
barely enough to pay the interest
on $80,000 the cost of the court
house. Taxpayers how long would
you remain under this enormous
extra and unnecessary debt on a
tax of two mills on the dollar?
There is not a man now in middle
age that will evfr see this county
out of debt at that rate. Marion
•county started to build a court
house costing $60,000 and. ended
with a building costing $118,000,
over ten years ago and is still in
debt.r.Claekama8 undertook to build
a court house for $40,000 and ended
with a ’building costing, Including
grounds and furniture, $64,000 and
are now in debt $60,000. They
raised this year $19,000 for county
purposes; one-third of which will go
to pay the interest on the debt for
the court house. The state of Ore­
gon undertook to build a state capi­
tal on an appropriation of $100,000
and have already expended over
$200,000, and the building is not
mo e than half finished at the pre­
sent time. Taxpayers of Yamhill
oounty are you willing to execute to
McMinnville a mortgage on this
county for $80,000? If not vote
for Lafayette.
The Telephone claims great credit
for the present county court in pay­
ing off the county indebtnees creat-
ed by the former administration.
As the county was practically
out of debt when Judge Townsend
took his seat in 1878 this indebted­
ness must have been contracted
during the administration of Judge
Townsend, 8. R. Baxter, M. U. Gort-
ner, B. F. Lewis and Henry Lam-
son. Now does the Telephone man
insinuate . that those men who are
amongst our very best citixens and
the most capable, upright and hon­
orable commissioners that Yamhill
county has ever had were direlect
in their duty, and contracted an
unnecessary debt during their terms
of office. If it does, the insinuation
does these honorable gentleman
great injustice. Every dollar of tax
was honestly and properly expended
during their terms of office, and
every cent of this debt was honestly,
properly and necessarily incurred in
building' bridges, culvert^, opening
up and improving roads ‘and in pay­
ing current expenses of the county.
W, C. T. U. COLUMI.
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•FOB
GOD AND BOMJC AND NAT1VB
LAND."
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Maa. F. A. M ommi », Frees Superintendent,
Newberg, Oregon.
Oct. 25, 1887.
¥.r’ 8t,allon’e olde8t 8011 hae j“81
arrived f[om Iowa.
Mr. Henry Aualin’s new front to
the hotel is almoet completed.
The quarterly communion service
Was held at the Evangelical church
of this place, on Sabbath last.
J. W. Webb will meet the en­
gagements announced in last week’s
pnper. It wi>s impossible for him
LAFAYETTE -
the half-way house; but here the
parallel ends. It is the half-way
house to hell, not to paradise. Be­
gin on beer and end on rot gut and
snake juice; not begin on strong
drink and end on beer.
Everylxtdy knows that to a healthy
person alcohol is disgusting. No­
body can begin taking the drink
which an old toper quaffs down his
calloused throat. All drinkers be­
gin on mild liquor. Everybody
knows also that alcohol creates a
demand for a greater and greater
supply'to produce - the same effect.
Once begin on beer and the ineyi-
I-Notice of.
uiiulstrator.
FlR5lHItE
of Ad-
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Notice ia hereby gfeea that Alber) C. Weea- *
fell baa been duly appofefeJ by the county .
court of Yhmhill County. Orekon. »dini..l»ir»ior
of the ratal« of Rathan WeetYall, deoeaaerl.
Thiretorn all p raona having otaima again at
aaid estate are hereby notified to preeent Urea
with proper vouch«« to the undersigned at tiMi
office of Dr. J. B. Mooie, Newbetg, Oregon,
witlrlu aix month» from thie 7th dey ot Ootobea,
»7.
ALBERT C. WESTEALL,
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Adminiitrator of said estate.
STORE!
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice ia hereby given that tbe nnderaigDed,
W. I. WÇSTEKFIELD, Prop. RoMnuab
Gramet, cxeentriz of tbe ratate of
John Gramefl, deceased, has filed her final ao>
count of her administration of aaid estate >n th*
Keeps constantly on hand a fine aiwort- com My com t ef Yamhill county. Oregon and
ment of Furniture of every dencnption.
aaid oonrt has fixed Wednesday. November 9th,
1>87, at 1 o’clock in the afternoon of aaid day,
Antique Bedroom sets,
at the county court room, at Lafayette, Oregon,
Walnut Center tables,
as the time and place of bearing the same.
Folding Bed lounges,
Therefore *11 p< rs ns interested in sa<d eftata
Seriug Mattresses,
are hereby notified and required to appear at
Extension Tables, aaid time and place aud show cause if any there
Nurse Rockers, be why said estate be not finally settled.
Dated thia October 6th, lSb7.
RObANNXH GRAME8.
Executrix of said estate.
Fenton A Fenton,
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Attorneys for Estate^
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THIS SPACE
/
Is reserved for Bird & Gates,
ment at Newberg.
who are busy opening new
more of it, until it becomes too tedi­
Mr. and Mrs. Jessie Edwards and
goods. Watch this
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Woodward ous a way to get the stimulant, and
space.
drove down to Portland Sabbath then to sWitoh off on whisky/ As a
afternoon to hear Mrs. Lathrop, and hard drinker once said he often be­
Picture Frames,
attend the fat stock show on Mon- gan with beer, but hie appetite
Mouldings,
NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION.
dp.y.
Small Parlor stands,
once up, it was too slow a drunk-
Wall
Brackets,
L and O wiok at O r jig on C ity , )
MT. Griffith, of Indiana, a minis­
Comb Cases,
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Oregon, Qct 4tlu 1B87.
ter in’the M. E. church, was pre-, He had to hurry things up with a
_ Mirrors, Etc; - Notice is herebyt given that the following-
sent at/Friends’ church last Sab­ few swigs of whisky to get on a
named
settler
bus
filed notice of bis inten­
By coming in and examining my stuck
bath, and preached a most practical “roaring bust.' »
and prices, you will soon be convinced that tion to make final proof in support ot hisolaim,
that jhi id proof will be made before tba
I am aelling Cheaper than any other and
and plain sermon to an appreciative
Consider a moment. Lager beer
county judge or clerk, of YanThill county, pie-
house in this county. 1 paid CASH gon, at Lafayette, Oregon, on Wednesday, No­
audience.
* DOWN for my entire stock, and intend to vember 30th. 14H7, viz«
has about four per cent, of alcohol
Tbe people who attended the tem­ in it. It is this which makes it
sell for casli, on a very close profit.
Joseph Williams,
perance lecture Monday evening at
I will be glad to have you call and ex­
Homestead enli v No 5911, for the W A of 8
different
from
the
insipid
slops.
amine my stock and prices before you E 4, and 8 El of8 W 4 of Sec. 9, Tp 2 8, B 4 W.
If the county seat is located at Newberg, pronounce it an excellent
He names toe lollowing wilne--ses to prove
make your purchases. *
lcc.u.re. 1 'te lecture was delivered This what the drinker is after. How
his cqntiuuoua residence upon, and cultivation
I. XE8Tg?riEu>.
McMinnville a tax will be levied
of,* ah id ja*)d. via:
by Mr. Poling, of Oregdn, formerly, many glasses will be necessary to
T W. Tbempson, 8 B. Oilpin, W. H. H.
this fall to build a court house. of Pennsylvania. The‘church was
stupefy lnm? He can get the alco­
Meyer aud L Porter, all of Gaston~P* O., Wash«
The assessor .has not yet completed wdl filled. '
ington County, Oregon.
hol, at that rate, as effectually as in
W. T. BURNEY,
ihe assessment, and the board of
The Newbe g Temperance troupe
10 Gt
o
5
Register.
wb'sky. In some respects the alco­
eqvilization will not meet till ihe will give an entertainment at West
hol
thus
abso.
bed
is
more
irijir
:
ous.
Monday before election. The tax Ohehn.lem next Sabbath evening.
LOST!
SHERIFF’S SALE.
S his t oupe promises a rare literary The system becomes saturated; the
levy for this year cannot be made t cat, free of charge, o all who muscles interlarded ,sweh*?iit*, the On the* road between Lafavette and North
V VIRTUE op ’ a DECKER AND AN OK-
a red Moroco pocket book, with m$m
derni the court and an execution duly
till after election, consequently if wish to hear them. Do not forget membranous tissues thickened, and Yamhill,
or&ndum book coil Lined, $HC,OG in gold, be­
issued out of the circuit court o( the
of
sides
valuable
papers and memoranda.
McMinnville gains the county sent ihe time, Sabbath October 30th at
Oregon
for Yamhill county, on tbe 8th day of
-ihe nerves dulledf*tha man is a The finder will be suitably rewarded by
October, A . D. 138?,-upon a judgment duly en­
bringing the Bame to. thia office, of to the under«
a levy will be made for a court 7 o’clock t>ha‘p.
rolled and docketed in the clerk’d oilice oi said
mere b'oat. . Inrthc case of whisky signed.
E. H. MORSE.
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court in said county, on the 4th dai <-f October
house and jail. It looks as if the
Daytoni Oregon.
A.l). PH7, in favor or (Hark Hraly and agaiust
the violent intoxication, terrible
THE NEWS AND LAGER.
assessment was deferred for this
Margaret W. Burton, for the sum of’-four hund­
[For
Fall
»nd
Winter
Wear,
' Much to the sorrow of all true while it lasts, is usually followed by
red and foi tv-eight Hl-100 dollars (1448.8 ) and
vety pin-pose. Taxpayers are you
iòle
rest thereon from October 4th 188? at the rato
temperance people the Portland a period of abstinence, in which the
often pei cent per annuii), and the eutu of thirty
icrdy to commence paying taxes
1
dollars
(|30.00) speci») attorney a le,e and the
system
recuperates.
New» is coming around against the
4
fm IfTer sum ol‘ 822.90 damages and ou»to. and to
for McMinnville this very yen.;-?
But if is unnecessary to treat tliil
me duly directed and delivered, I did, on tbe
amendment. It sings sweetly and
After you have examined elsewhere, 10th day of October A. D. 1*87,duly evy upon
i' you are not vote for Lafayette.
pcrstuTJ^’cly in a pious tone, yet sqvib wiih loo much seriousness'
Call and see us. We will sell you Bet­ the following described real estate, t>-w it:
ter Boots and Shoes than you can buy Beginning at tbe south east cornet* of the do­
Lafayette’s majority in 1858 four­ half siren, of redemption through It'is nothing but'a brewer’s ci-cu-
in Yamhill County for less money. If nation lantLplaim ol Alfred Job, claim No. 78,
STOEE!
1;
r.
The
beer
interests
have
been
lager
beer.
In
its
issue
of
the
21st
vou are in the habit of going to Portland or noli fie at ion No. 1438, fu T 3 8, R 4 Wj4n Yam- ~-
teen. McMinnville’s majority for
elsewhere
’
(‘istj’ibutlng pamphlets to the news-
bill county, Oregon, thence north on east
Lafayette in 1858 eighteen.. People Ursnys:------ -----
With
Ycur
Cash,
Try
Us,
> boundary Iftlg téli f 1G) chains, thence west ten
ppjters.
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“The food and drink of the per­
of Dayton do you see who boat you
And nee if you cannot nave money by (10) chains thence south ten (10) chains to
Tbe pub''c was somewhat startled
out of the' county seat in 1858? And son have much to do with the mnk-
INCORRECT.
trading at home.
souih boundary line, thence east ten (10) chains
Harris & Haney.
ing'of the person. Food and drink by the Oregon!i .1’» cpk’-bJooi'ed do­
to tbe place of beginning; containing ten (10)
There is an apparent effort on the yet McMinnville wants, you to vote
acres mor« or less, in Yamhill c< unty, Oregon.
for her in this election. She thought wake blood. It is blood which im­ te lle of liquor on the saloon level of
Krieps constantlyjon band all Kinds of .
part of the Telephone to mrke a
Now therefore, by virtue of said execution,
pels and governs. Arderft spirit’s bv b-e’s and local interests. Yet
on
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better financial shoeing for the then tbatLnfayefte was the p’-oper
inflame, malt beverages compose. we J’ke that jrsi as wcTl as we do Shelf Hardware, Oarpenters’ Tools,
Saturday, the 12 day of November, 5. D. 1887,
Is Still at Lafayette! So is
Vwunty than is warranted by the place; now take her word for it, and
At the hour of ono o’clock, p. m., at tbe Court
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vote for Lafayette as she did at that That water alone will not, satisfy i>e N «os’ mock religious plr'an-
Saws, Axes and Axe Hand­
Horse door, l.i Lafayette,* in said county and"
figures. The reports of the county
T. L. -VIOZCŒSE-Sr
the appetite of mortals, the rcso> I • i’> op'c. and menifestfy insincere
state, 1-will sell at public auction the above de­
time.
officers, as published in thqR roister
les, Grubbing Hoes,
—With a Fresh Arrival”»!—
scribed real property of said defendant to the
to coffee, to chocolate, to tea, and to defense of intemperance in the form
highest bidder for cash to Mt*isfy said judgment— L_ T
of the 14th, show the true and cor­
costs and accruing costs
Shovels^--
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of
beer
drinking.
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We have been informed by a other fo-ms of drinkables attes.^-
Dated, October 10, 18 7.
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rect state of the county’s finances. gentleman residing. in North .Yam*
Go in for saloons bareheaded be-
Spades, Rope, Well
....“The drinks of peoples in a great
T. J. HARRIS,
The Telephone claims that the hill precinct that a man from Wash­
10-5t
Sheriff of Yamhill conn tv, Oregon. ,
measure temper them. The sp!rit ciuiBe'Tliere is money in them, and v Buckets, Grindstones, Cow
county,'treasurer has on hand about ington oounty has been looking at
of the alcohol courses in the veins ,you arc getting some of it—like the Bells, Bolts of all kinds, Cottage
GOVERNOR’S PROCLAMATION.
$10,000, And intimates that this the Blaccburn land soon to be sold,,
and si its or inflames the heart; the 0 econi"n— but don’t sicken us by
Barometers,
amount is “already raised” for new with a view of buying the same.
mPder infusion of the malt com­ advocating them on moral and tem­
S titk or OmM>, ExrccTiva rmu*TMBHT^ I
oounty buildings. Now the facts But he has concluded not to take
Nails,
Halter Chains, All
S alcx . Sept. l,i. 1 hk 7. (
perance grounds. Do not nauseate
poses and docs not intoxicate.
‘
BOOTS, SHOES, Etc.
By ibr nn'horlty vented in me bt the legial»-
are these: There was in the hands any further steps toward purchas­
kinds
of
Door
and
Pdd
Locks
and
the
public
by
inviting
men
to
“
the
“The oldest Christian chui ch
a.-enthly of the ,t»te ol Oregon, 1 Silvei-
My sto c is all clean arid new, and I will tive
of the treasurer on September 30th, ing property in this county till after
ter Peu> oyer, Governor, do hereby an bin it t.
the well-known Morri­
teaches mankind that there is Pur­ garden , of eternal bliss” over the
guarantee at all times
the legel voter- of the .tnte, ata »pe. iai elec­
$5,294.58; to be deducted from this November 8th. The reason is plain.
tron hereby called to be held on Toeadny enc-
gatory—that half-way House be­ beer mug, when everybody knows
son Plows.
ceerlinir the liret Monday in November. Ir87,
4
amount there are warrants dAwn
that
this
is
mere
chaff.
Hypocrisy
i
_
the foBo > ing proponed »tnendmen e to the eta to
tween heaven-and hell, from which
The Reporter is continually “tak­
con.titu'ion.
on the county treasurer and out­
Give me a trial. Respe^uljy,
Also keeps a full line of
there is redemption to ihe eou.l not whether out-of the saloon or in it iB
rinar- rnoHiaiTton. AW kndmemt .
standing and unpaid amounting to ing water” on something it has said.. utterly blasted. All examples come not taken with pleasure, and will
J. L. VICKREY.
S ection 1, The inennfaeture,-eale, or th.
$80.85, also claims allowed and The latest is an apology for an un­ from the highest plane. There is a ■ not meet with respect from earnest
giving »way. vw the offering to Bell or’give
away or tl>e keeping for aele, ot any epiritnoua.
warrants not drawn amounting to called-for and Ungentlemanly thrust half-way house in drinks and bever­ men.— Prohibition Star.
vinoun malt, diatill.d, fermented, r r anv in-
Before purchasing elsewhere, give me a
$487.84; deducting these last at the teacheis of our public school. ages. The Germans' have its hold­
roxi Hting llqnr.ra »bmever. in prohibited i.
PROHIBITKJN PRAYER.
rhi» arete, exceptjor medicinal, acieiiUHc or
call
and
learn
my
prices.
We
expect
the
next
apology
will
lie
amounts from the former we have
mechanical
pure. aee.
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E
ditor
P
rohibition
S
tar
:
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En
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ing. It is lager beer—all the kinds
S ection 2 Tl.ft fegilative a.remblju-^wlt,..
A. B. Westerfield.
$4,725.89 as available funds in the given to Hon. Henry Lamson and of lager beer. It is a beverage closed I send you a little necktie, 7
provide by law jie VrlraV-manner, hi whorn, and
at what place eueh I quore, or any rd them J / •
hands of the treasurer. The un- Hon. B. F. Lewis and others for its mild, composing, strengthening. which our China Washerman Wing
ahall be mennfectnred or eold. or Kept for nal.
The
citizens
of
Dayton
and
vi
­
oollectod taxes are estimated to unjust criticism on their manage­ There is to its quaffing the contem­ Ling, has done up for his old friend
for me!icinal, scientific or mechanical pur-
>
cinity are hereby informed that porea f
amount to $8,800, but it is the opin­ ment of the county’s affairs.
bncTtON 3 Thht amendment .hall take ef.
plative mood; to its effects the medi­ the Oregonian. He hopes “he’l likee.”
the undersigned has opened a feet
an ’ be In full force in nix moirtha f om th.
ion of the county officers that not
A storia , Aug. 29, 1887.
tation which has expression in gen­
new Boot and Shpe Shop, at the date of ita rariftcalion hv the electora. v
-DEALER W—
If moved to McMinnville the
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S
ection 4
The kgl lative aver mnly ahall
E
ditor
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ranscript
:
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The
Ore
­
more than half of this amount will
above named place, and is pre­ without de ay paaeall
erous thoughts and kindly words.
nrr-aury law- wt h auf-
be collected, and until it is collected ocunty can after the election move From out its vast vats the temper­ gonian of the 1st inst. inveighs
ticrent penaltiea neceaaary to enferce tiua
pared
to
do
all
kinds
o
r
Boot
and
the records and business into a
amendment.
against the Union prayer meeting in
Shoe and Harness repairing at the
it will not be on hand and available rented building.— Telephone
ance reformer may bring the drink­ the tabernacle for the success of
SECONO-AMENPMBNT Te »«LABirB
OFT» ST
most reasonable rates.
for the payment of warrants. The
So hoi Another scheme to rent er to his river of heavenly life and ?rohi bition. That ie no wonder.
•
ornaaa.
Boots
and
Shoes
of
any
style
—AND-
Telephone makes a boast of giving to the county buildings at McMinn­ teach him to take water only. But
Article XIII.
he Oregonian knows well that he
and description, made to order at Swrrox 1. The Governor, Secretary ot
ihe truth, but in this as in many ville and make the taxpayers pay to snatch • man from whisky and is not on the praying side of the
State, T-e-eurer of State Judgea ot the Bo-
prices to suit the times.
other things it has missed it a long the rent; and that too with a good force him into the creek, is too much question. What a figure the Ore­
preme cour , a ad all other alate offieer« of thia
AH work warranted.
Ute ahall receive an anneal a. I ary of arich anm •
gonian
would,cut
on
his
knees
in
•
ways.
aa
the legialative ueemhly ahall hereafter by
court house and jail standing empty for current human nature. Give itrayer meeting of saloon keepers of
C. F. KIPPAX.
law for each of Bitch officer» provide; provided
at
Lafayette.
Taxpayers
do
you
’
ortland
led
by.
his
friend
Dick
that when th. legielative aaaembtv rhall hav.
him
a
drink
of
good
mild,
soothing
In this county the amendments
by law fixed the aalary of anv auch officer,
Highest possible prices paid
satisfying beer. It won’t hurt him Gerdes; praying for the success of
enchaalary aha'I neither be increaeed nor di­
to the constitution concerning the catch the ideal
whisky!
In
the
settlement
of
great
minished
durin« the terra for whl h the incum­
for
all
kinds
of
farm
produce.
—or the reformer. It will do them
bent of such office ahall hav. been elected or
salaries of state officers and the
controversies where there is room
BY FOC RS,-RIGHT apt oiuted,
McMinnville
is
very
solicitious
both
good.
It
is
the
reclaiming
of
for doubt there is room for prayer,
time of holding telectiona are not re­
-MARCH ! to T. C.
X-lTrerjr Statole.
Stephen»’ new Jewel­ TBtaD—AMENDMENT TO TIMB OF BOLLING OEM-
ceiving very much attention, the for the welfare of Dayton, but never­ another subject from the old tyrant but he knows* that in the whisky
BMAL ELECTION.-___
ry
Store
five
<toora
North of the Drug
I
former is looked upon by the major­ theless one of her citiiene built a King Alcohol. And on the journey controversy there is no room for
- AHIcl. II.
Store and Poetofflce, LaFayetle; and,
warehouse on the Dayton prairie on away from his dominions to the doubt at all as to which side God
get a first-elan waten, clock, Jewelry
S ection 14. General elartiona abeti be held
ity of voters as giving the legisla­
and
the
right
are
on,
and
that
pray
­
OB
Tueadav
naxtafter
tbe first Monday in No-
or
spectacles,
at
an
unprecedented
low
J. J. HEMBREE, Proprietor.
biennially.
ture a little too much power in the the narrow gauge for the express joyous gardens of eternal blim, let er on his side would be blasphemy.
rate and, where you will find at all vrmber.
In
tealimony
whereof,
I hare hereunto set mr
to giv.
»corn odstWa
times a large anortmunt of good» of hand and canaed the great
premises, and therefore will likely purpose of obtaining grain that the reclaimed man enjoy hie brief Therefore prayer on the prohibition I ata prepared
aeal of the auto of
■hurt notic*, to p«rM>ns wish ng
the beet quality In my Un« of buei- ArD.°ll|»°7be afflxed’ thb lat daT °f September.
would
otherwise
go
to
Dayton
Yet
rest
at
the
cheerful
half-way
house.
side galls him. Had he a particle
tea ria ar conveyance.
Msa.
be defeated. On the election amend­
Chargee
Reaaoi.able.
Watete», Clocks A Jewelry repair­
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SXLVMTIB PrNNOYBM,
ment there is not so great unanim­ Dayton must vote for McMinnville It is better to reclaim a soul at last of faiih in the right of his cause he UTM y back* c-naecta with the daily train*
ing a »twclalty—and all work war­ B jt tbe Governor.
would, no doubt, at least be willing to carry nasaeng^ra to And >rvm the depot.
gov.rnor.
than
everlastingly
to
damn
it.
True
all
the
same,
just
to
build
up
one
ity. While the Oregonian and some
ranted.
G eo . W. M c B ride ,
reformation has its deep foundation to offer the prayer of the Dutchman, O. K. WII LI A MS,
June,
M.
'87.
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other papers of the state oppose the big city in the county; certainly.
*.
B.
HIBBV
_
Secretary o. 8Ute.
who, about to fight went to his
7-n t
in this spirit of the holy redeemer knees and prayed: “Oh Lord, I
amendment there are good reasons
And remember also, that we have of mankind.”
think I am right; Oh Lord help me; -^Williams and Hibbs.tS-
for the ehange. One reason Is the
about 110,000 in the treasury al­
THE COUNTY SEAT •
It is all plain as a whistle. In but Oh Lord if you don’t help me
saving of the expense of one election ready raised.—TsiepAo»w.
<J.
—WILL NOT—
don’t help the other fellow and
tbo
name
of
reform
recommend
in four years; another is the saving
That’s another. There is only
you’ll aee a big fight.” The Ore­
Go
to
NEWBERG
MERCHANT
TAILORS.
of a lengthy campaign every two $4,725.89 over the warrants drawn beer.. Get the soakers gently onto gonian don’t want prayer in this con­
Tbia year, bnt
years. A* it is now, in presidential and allowed, in the treasury,as shown the middle beer ground. Shove troversy, for he knows the Lord can
MOORE BROS’ DRUG STORE
years, out state campaigns com­ by the last exhibit And that will them up gently from that to—to— help us but he can’t help tbe “other
Is that» with a fell liaa of
*
-
W ino L ing .
Tailoring Establishment in the County.
mence In March or April and by all be gone before the sheriff com­ we don’t exactly know what, for if felfows.”
Freeh,
Clean
and
Puro
Drugs,
g^rtGood work an<l low nri.-ra
beer is so “good, mild, soothing,
the lime it is past the mftional cam-1
And Family Medicine*. Also
mences collecting this year’s tax.
satisfying
’
’
and
harmless
to
drinker
NEW
MILLINERY
GOODS!
M'MINNVILLE, - . OREGON.
is upon us, and we are in the
toilet articles .
7«lv
12*7.
•
and reformer, we fail to see why it
until the middle of Novem-
* fcll Ito. Of Mscbin. on. of sll Grad« »nd
The trouble between the M. E.
rrk«» to in It ib. imt«.
is
ever necessary to get off its blessed
♦
t. This makes a continuous and church South and the State Agricul­
♦
Paints And Oils”
effort, which would be tural college has not been settled plane. We don’t see any use in
Ornnot b. obtaiaed tbe.por bofaida of Portland
hauling
the
toper
through
the
vut
at least four months by and now the church brings suit to
vats of beer to his “river of heavenly
■■
NOORE BROS. I
set aside the deed of the property.
life and drink water only” if the
LaF ay ette -
vast vats are eo beneficial and mo-
I Rn.
The Oregon Pacific railroad com­
...... ....Dealer in.;......... '
cuous. What is the pertinency of
AMITY, OREGON.
'
SPru<’« S‘ . N.w York.
pany io repairing the docks, by re­
>Oot* for 100-P.g. pamphl.v
MO««, MEDICINES AND CH1MICAL8.
likening the beer habit to Purgatory,
moving track and planking and
if that habit is so desirable? Look
PERFUMERY.
—to:—
driving new piling at Yaquina.
CARRIAGE AND HOÜ8E PAINT-
out for your orthodoxy, brother, or
Sosas. Coraba saA Breaba». ’Tr- Ssosw-
B-Ll1 j ...i . u «e
The Lafayette Flourinr Mill
ING, SIGN WRITING,
you will be making Purgatory better , ran oq full time until further
momuKL— —
than Paradise! There is only one i notice.
in which it is similar. It is
8UnXK A DABIMr-J
ÜÄ’SJS'’ nl!!ht “>polni' SiiÄey Ü ¿«*—."1
Parlor. Office and Dining
;
£
HARDWARE
B
The Lafayette Shoe Store!
A. B. "Westerfield, Prop.
THE COUNTY SEAT
Choice
Groceries
Low Prices and Full Weights.
Shot and Powder.
DAYTON BOOT 4 SHOE
Store
J. - Mattey
DRY GOODS!
General Merchaadhe.
Advertise IÏÂSS
The Only First Class
Now is tbe Time to Look at New 1869
G-OOZDS,
1887
J. M. Kelty,
Notice.
J. W. CAREY,
^*° <*e<!'r in Undertaken Goods
ADVERTISERS
can learn the exact cost
of any proposed line of
advertising in American
papers by addressing
Geo. P. Rowell &*Co.,
N*7^P”‘ Ad-,rt-»'no Burmu.