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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 25, 1887)
LAFAYETTE, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 25, 1887.
The Oregon Register
PUBLISHED EVEBY FB1DAY
FRAKIC S. HARDING.
One Copy, por year .‘no advance.. ;.............$2 00
One Copy, olx month. In advace.............. 1 00
J. Burt Moore,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
DR. J. C. MICHAUX,
After «" setive experience of nine years
offer» bia service! to tbe people ol Lafayette
and surrounding country.
First 1ST optional Ifaiik.
-OF M’MINNVILLE, OR.,--------
JACOB WORTMAN, .t:
W. D. FENTON.....'. . ■ Vice-President,
Jwo. WORTMAN..................... < Cashier.
Transacts a general Banking Borine«. ®e-
noeite received subject to Check, belis sight
exchange and telegraphic transfers on New
York, Ban Francisco and Portland.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
These are frosty mornings.
Dr. Davis, resident dentist. '
“ The beautiful ”—Oh hush I
The trees ore almost leafless.
Turkeys went down yesterday.
A. B. Westerfield went to Portland on
business this week.
Peter Bryan lias besn appointed post
master at Garibaldi, Oregon. %
Judge H. Hurley started for Pendleton-
J on business on Tuesday's train.
F. W. Fenton and family visited the
metropolis last Fridaj~and Saturday.
John Briedwell find wife visited their
brother George here, during the week.
It is expected that the state tax will bo
over five mills? How is that for high?
Dr. Reese find R. L. Churchman of
Willamina, were in town on Wednesday.
Mrs. Harding and Mrs. Talmage, of
McMinnville, wenyn Lafayette Wednes
Highest price paid for all kinds of
wrought and cast iron. Apply to Carl
Geo. G. Bingham, city attorney of Sa
lem, and wife, visited friends and relatives
here this week,
In passing through town yesterday Rev.
0. B. Whitmore, of Astoria, stopped long
enoungh to shake hands.
Last Friday Byron Milloy fell from a
hack, and the wheel struck his leg in-
flicting a severe wound.
F. Eastabrooks, of Portland, i made a
trip to this place Monday, cn i a short
visit to relatives and friends.
W._A. Gardiner, the popular station
agent of tiA- narrow gauge, has moved in
to the houso vacated by Mr. Milloy.
The annual < lection for officers of the
incorporated town of Lafayette will take
place on Monday, December 5, 1887.
"Barnum’s winter quarter’s were burnt
last Sunday night. Loss, $200,000 gain,
(free advertising) estimated, $50,000.
John Milloy find family removed to
Portland on Mftndav, where we under
stand Mr. M. has a position in a store.
Money to loan on improved farming
lands, from one to five years time in sums
to suit. F enton * F enton , Lafayette, Or.
Astoria is to have a street railway.
The railroad subsidy so long talked of is
gradually growing, audit wjj) get there
For cash in hand I will make ten per
cent, discount from Sept. 20th, 1887 to
January 1st, 1888 on all dental Work. Re
spectfully, D b . E. D avis , Lafayette, Or.
The advertisement of Rogers & Todd,
druggists, McMinnville, may be seen in
another column. Their ad. appeared last
week, but in our hurry wo omitted to
The many friehds of Miss Olive L.
Townsend in this vicinity will be pleased
to know of her marriage. The happy
event occured at f-akeview recently, and
Mr. W. N. Sutton is tho lucky groom.
Only five of the pioneers of 1842 are
living now. They are F. X. Mathieu of
Butteville; M. Crawford, of Yamhill; 8.
Moss, of Oregon Cjty; T. J. Shadden, of
McMinnville, ohd H. W. Robb, of East
Mr. 8. A. Clarke and family will move
to Portland soon. Mr. C arke will take
charge of the agricultural department of
the Oregonian. That he Will make a
prominent feature of his department,
Roes without saying.
J- I* • Johnson, of North Yamhill pre-
tlio JLaaiaxKB ~otBce.fi pleas-,
J ant call J.i-t Saturday, and left an order
lor that excellent paper the New York
IForH. Remember the clubbing arrange-
"W en,'‘< l>n l^e I*4 Januarv> 1888.
- Y. I. Westerfield, the furniture man,
purchased the stock of undertaking
of the eabite of D. I. Corker, de-
.tea»e<l. He will sort up and make the
more complete. Any one desiring
**n * should give Willie a
R kdington ’ b I jberalty . — J. Water
melon Redington, the Heppner Gazette
man again bobs up serenely. He sends
to the Statesman a check for $24,000 up
on the First National (sand) banx of
Wallula, with branches at Faro, Alaska,
Umatilla, Oregon, for distribution of,
“several cords of the Statesman amongst
the poor of- Umalicket.” wit is enclosed
in a letter on which the following head
lines are conspicuous: “Woodshed of
The Only Heppner Gazette, engineered
by J. W. Redington. An eastern Oregon
paper that never cans dogs, rarely drains
the cup that cheers and also inebriates,
and usos but very little profane language,
$2.50 a year,—in advance when it can
be got. Notary and fire insurance
shop. Only religiously inclined pipper in
•the colony. Extra editions in volapuke.
Land^business done in- all kinds of weath
er. A standard authority on irrigating
oyster orchards, clam trees, etc. Five
years old and not a bald hair in its head.
It is the housewife’s favorite for dish
clothes or bustles.”—Salem Statesman.
We know Red? to be as liberal as the
above indicates.' We remember the fall
of ’78 when he returned to Salem from
his scouting trip among the Bannocks.
He brought with him a black cayuse as
his only souvenir, and he graciously al
lowed the writer the use of said cayuse
each alternate Sunday providing we
would furnish the feed and stable for the
animal, and have everything in good
trim on the Sunday when Redington
wanted to go to see his girl.
Oh Sunday evening aa jthe ^eet river
Nov. 20, 1887.
steamer Telephone was nearing Upper
Better dig your potatoes and pick your
Astoria she was discovered to be on fire. apples.
The fire originated in the oil room and as
Chief Billey, of the Wooley Heads of
won as discovered Capt. Scott was in the East Side reservation, has preferred
against Chief Nelienia of the
formed of tiie fact through the speaking
West side pug nose reservation,’for con
tube. He waB equal to the occaBsion and duct Unbecoming a chief, inasmuch as
knew what to do and did it. The boat he has positive evidence that he attended
was beached immediately and all the the dance at McMinnville a few nights
people on board were saved, though one after the election and was selected as
prompter, and when he should say
man, said to be drunk, was burned badly ‘Ladies to the right.” he would say
and soon died. .All freight and bag “McMinnville is alright And Lafayette is
gage was a total loss. It was extremely left.” Chief Billey thinks ho should leave
fortunate that the steamer was not in politics out of the dance, he says he is
able to prove his charges by Jim, the
mid-river, as in that case a great loss of fiddler.
life would undoubtedly have occurred.
Wonder where our shoemaker is? Come
The Telephone was the pride of the Co boy, stick but your shinglcz
lumbia, and especially did the people of
W. E. Bodie is at homo for a few days
Astoria delight to honor her. She wad from his work on the narrow gauge rail
. _ ■
not so stylishly finished as some others, road.
Our butcher shop has goLthe 4?ws.
but had good accommodations for passen
gers. Capt. Scott built the Telephone
Mr. J. £. Swansen ha
for .speed, and it is said that she was the to destroy chicken lie!
Here it is—
fastest stern wheeler in the world. This first build , your ______
against Jour [
steamer was built in. P o r tla nd in the win ham,, than when tlm-lee ■„_! , on
ter of ’84-’8lj, and made her first trip to
a match to the straw and close the door;
Astoria March 1, 1885, in five hours and then
gthe lice will bum up, so will the Een
thirty-one minutes, with 227 passengers hcuse. This remedy never fails.
aboard. The Telepone’s fastest time was
Our advise to Bro. Bannister is, if he
made on Saturday, July 2, 1887, when wants
to make a success of his paper to
N. G. Rufus, of Amity, to come to
she made the run from Portland to As- I
and loaf and in his spare moments
toria in four hours, thirty-four and three- Dayton
to edit the lieraid ; then he could run the
fourth minutes. This is known to be the ■ windmill by gas. See?
fastest time ever made on this coast, and
Dr. Smith, of Amity, called on us a
the only question about its being the few
days ago while here on a professional
fastest time in the world ig that the exact visit.
distance between the ■ abovo cities is not
Carlton is.the happy possessor of a
T he B and .—At the meeting of the La known, but is about 100 miles. The boat talking
Charlie looks very happy these days.
fayette cornet baud which was held on is said to have cost $45,000, and was in
Tally’ two for Charlie.
the evening of the 21st., the following sured for $30,000.
Lots of hogs and turkeys shipped from-
business was transacted: Distribution of
A UNIVERSAL FAVORITE. ■
OTlf town of late; also lots of wood.
instruments, H. C. Hastings, T. II. Bry
H awk -E ye .
The most popular, most enjoyable and
an, Eb comets; G. Bird, F. Bryan, W.
Cary, Bb comets; T. J. Harris, I’. Olds,
J. I’. Johnson, Eb altos; C. E. Nelson, E., is The West Shore magazine, and it should
Davis, tenors; W. I. Westerfield, bari- , be in every house, counting room and li
tone) 8. A. D. Nelson, Bb-bass; F. Gilt brary. The farmers, especially,'will find "FOR GODANO HOME AND NATIVE
ner, Eb tuba; N. Unger, dram and cym it a clean, wbolesoffie, entertaining fam Uy
bals; A. B. WeBterfield, tenor dram. Fol visitor. It is the cheapest illustrated Mns. F. A. MoitRts, Press Siqierintendjnt
lowing are the officers elected: T. J. Har magazine in the world, and has no super
ris, president; J. P. Johnson, secretary;
Nov. 21. 1887.
C. E. Nelson, treasurer; T. H. Bryan, 1888 will be greatly enlarged in size, and
We are having flee clear weather now,
heavy fronts at night.
leader; H. C. Hastings, musical director. improved in contents, both literary and .- with
. . •— — 1 -
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artistic. A magnificent, large oleograph
We hud the pleasure of witnessing tho
M ust W ait .—The assessor of Yamhill of the “Entrance to the Columbia River’’ closing’exercises of tho public whool on
county has not yet finished his labors of is now being prepared, and is superior Friday of last week. The children -all
taking the assessment. In consequence in every res[>ect to the handsome colored look jiart in tliu afternoon’s entertain
ment and acquitted themselves well. Tho
of this tardiness the state cannot fix its I engraving of Mt. Hood issued last year. friends and patrons of this school have a
levy', neither pan any county in the Btate This
beautiful marine picture and the Nc. most excellent tutor in the person of Mrs.
make a levy. The assessment roll in vember and Decorni sir numbers W 1887, Evangeline Martin, and judging from the
each county must reach the secretary of will be sent free to all who subsicrilie now interest they manifest in the school, we
believe they appreciate her.
state before the total amount of taxable for 1888. A most liberal dubbing list
The closing literary exercises of the F.
property tan be ascertained, from which with leading publications is now made
P. A. Thursday evening, were well at
the state levy is made. And the counties up, and will be sent to any one who de tended and quite interesting.
must wait until the state levy is made be sires to take The West Shore in connection
Tire Sabbath school Sunday was com
fore they can mr.ke their lovies. We are with other publications. Thp subscrip paratively small in numbers owing to the
informed that it will be a week or ten tion price is only $2.50. Address L. Sam fact that so many of the students hail
home for vacation.
days before tho assessment roll will be uel, publisher of The West Shore, Port- gone
The resilience of Mr. Albert Hoskins
caught fire Thursilay from soma clothing
N eed S panking .—An immigrant got
that was sus]>endo.| over the kitchen
stove'to dry;, the string having broken,
off at a southern Oregon city the other day
allowing the clothing to fall upon the
fit-10 o'clock a. m. Instead of hanging
stove and tako fire. The daughter, Miss
himself up to a lamp post he rustled New York IForld publishers, wheteby we Minnie, went into the house in a few'
around got a cheap job of anything he
minutes and had presence of mind suf
could find to do, and at 2 o’clock was at World and any one of three valuable ficient to extinguish the flames just in
to prevent tho house from being con
work, and has been doing something con books for $2.50. The kooks are the “His
sumed by the fire. There were several
tinually since. The young man deserv tory of the JJniteil States,” “History of pieces of clothing burned, Leslie a large
ing success will do anything rather than England,” and “Everybody’s Guide.” hole in the floor. .
remain idle. Sawing wood is as honor- Price of each book ttlone is $2.00. The
We were privileged to attend the LT- B.
orable as clerking in a store. Ho who R egister will keep abreast of the times conference at Pleasant Hill hist Saturday
Sunday, and heard the Rev. Mr. Pal
waits for something to turn up, ought to
bo turned up himself, spanked and at enlarge and otherwise improve our a!
ready popular paper on or before January
Tl.e Chautauquans meet this Friday
tached to an electric battery.— Ex.
1, 1888. Our subscription list is increas evening at the residence of Mr. Geo.
W ants to B uy .—John Penninger, ar ing constantly, and flip future for the
In one of the oldest wine-growing dis
rived hero from Nebraska, recently. Mr. R egister is bright. Present subscribers
Penninger wants to buy a farm; he can take advantage of the above very li tricts of California there is a little town of
idyllic loveliness, with a sadly suggestive
doesn't want a large farm, but will pay beral oiler by paying all arrears and $2.50 history. This town had formerly excel
$4,000 or $5,000 cash down for the place for the R egister , World and choice of lent schools, both public and private; a
that suits him. Parties having land to books for the year to come. You can get well-sustained seminary for young ladies,
sell would do well to look after this op a sample copy of the World by ^Aiding belonging to a leading religious denomin
ation, was one of the ornaments of the
portunity. We are told that people are your addess to the publishers, and you place; two Protestant churches supported
coming to this state in large numbers in can see the books by calling at this office. comfortably resident pastors, and filled
the next two years. These people will The» rates apply only to cash mail sub their churches on Sundays. As the cul
want to buy homes. Don’t^ask two scribers, to those who pay a full year in ture of the wine grape came into promin
ence, the religious and educational inter
prices for your land, and then grumble advance, and will close promptly on Jan ests declined and languished. By the
because the newcomers won’t buy.
time two wineries were competing for the
uary 1, 1888.
business of tbe valley, (he town had be
F ob W ashington .—Hon. Binger Her
dtime unable to support its churches, its
REPORT OF SCHOOL,
private schools were dosed, anil its pub
mann, M. C., accompanied by his family,
District No. 44, Yamhill county, Ore lic schools far below the efficiency which
left Roseburg on Thursday night’s train
California school system demands.
for Washington, where he goes to repre gon, for the month ending Nov. 11, 1887: Now the wine business flourishes, no
sent this state in the halls of congress.
Christian minister resides in the place;
Mr. and Mrs. Hermann were tendered a daily attendadee 18; grand total number an inherent preacher renders occasional
services in a church, where the sacrifice
farewell banquet by the Eastern Star of days attendance 378; number cases of of
praise and prayer used to be offered
chapter of the Masonic lodge, which was tardiness 9; time lost by tardiness 90 regularly every Sabbath. And the build
a most pleasant token of respect and es
ing of the once flourishing denomination
teem. Mr. Hermann and family intend per cent.; average deportment 97 pet al school, from whose walls have gradu
ated bright and beautiful girls, whose
to make the national capital their home cent. Names enrolled Upon the
children are now ready to fill such institu
BOLL OF HONOB.
for twrr rears, and the best wishes of all
tions, is now used as a store house for *
wine company. The imputation of the
go with them.
place has not changed materially, so un
N ew E mployees .—Rev. Geo. H. Ge- Clyde Robertson,
der our school system thev are bound to
have public schools. Their teachers are
row e, PhrB.,of New York, has arrived Freddie Withee,
liberally paid from the public funds, but
at the Indian Training school at Chema-
it is said that teachers do not desire to
wa, and assumed a position as teacher.
M aggie L acnkb . Teacher.
teach a second year there. The contrast
H. Brisco, of Indiana, has been ap
between the old order of things and tho
preaent, can be seen liest on Kunday,
pointed, bookkeeper vice II. II. Booth, re
WIVES! «OTHERS! DAUGHTERS!
the streets are full of idle, dissolute
signed; and is now at his poet. A new
Be your own physician I A ladv who young men, with no respect for the Hab-
physician to take the place of Dr. Hutch for years suffered from distressing female bath or anything else that is holy. The
inson, who resigned last spring, is ex-, complaints, weaknesses, etc., so common point of this story hr this—this story has
to her sex, and had despaired of a cure,
pected Bhortly. Dr. Byrd, of Salem, has finally found remedies which completely been told on several occasions in con
been the,pro tem. physician.— Statesman. cured her. Any sufferer d>n use them versation with differ« t parties without
giving ttyi name of the town, and invar
and thus cure herself, without the
some one says: “I know that
L ost .—Saturday November Sth, on the aid of a physician. From feelings of iably
place,” and gives the name of some other
rood leading from Newberg to West Che-
town where the same conditions exist.
which cured her—and an illustrated The frequency of these imrallels brings
■hafom. $35 , to >40 in coin. The finder —
p am ph l e t q u it ted “Thq 8t a pi >i n w 8tnn a to oat the feasfol qnastioa..±yh>i is th. ~
will be suitably rewarded by leaving fl* Health,” and full instrrfttions, sealed. ¡
lation of wine-growing to
M bs . W. C.
~ education ?
same with the loser, Hans Christenson, Address (with 2-cent stamp), ~~
West Clichalem, or C. H. Christenson,
The drink bill al the nation is fiver
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$900.060,0000 a year, and the tobacco bill,
W ho S ays Yas?—What’say yoif about
a Christmas tree J 1
mention the "matter, you know, ties and the prosperity that has been hr*.
; — —
stowed upon us the year post. All our York for using bad (anarchistic)
and as such a project takes considerable
talk, if yon waA anything of the kind needs have been supplied, and again we “
you’d better commence in time.
Nov. 22, 1887.
,_A great many complaining of bad colds.
Mary Edwards held divine services at
Middleton last Sabbath.
Misses Addie ami Rosa Gard have gone
to California on a yisit.
David Everest is making some new im
provements in the wity ef fencing.
Quite a number about here are putting
out a lot of young fruit trees.
Mrs. G. F. Moore’s mother, of Silver-
ton, is dowh on a visit.
Thaddeps Townsend, of Portland, was
up on business one day last week.
Mit Hanson has started a butelier shop ;
so wp need not go hungry for méat.
Chehalem Mt; school district has pur
chased a new Webster Unabridged l)ic-
tioriary, 188(5 editioq. Tally one for them ;
they seem to be getting a little ahead of
A good time to butcher now. Spare
Geo. Myers has a water-wheel, up at
ljiä çarp pond, nttarhad to a grind atone;
place to co
go and urind
grind an axe.
The Good Templars will give a dime
sociable at their hall on the evgping of
Dec. 3d, and it will cost yoif tho small
sum of ten cents to get your supper and
take in the literary productions.
J. D. Tarrant & Co. have put up some
new sheds at their grist mill, for farmers
to hitch their teams under while their
grist is being ground, which is fine for
■the horses on a rainy day.
D. J. Wood and family expect to move
to California about the (ith of December.
Oh, where is our turkey?
we will sell you Drugs, Medicii
School Books, Stationery, Scrap t
Photograph Albums, Blank Books a
everything in our line cheaper t
any store in Yamhill County.
When You are in McMinnville
Come and See Us.
most complete stock of HO
that has ever been in McMinn-
and at th^LO
Call and see them and we know that_we<»an suit you’in goods
Rogers & Todd,
Druggists, McMinnville, O
Noxt dooit to the First Nati
COME AND SEE ME
If you. want anyttxixig- in tiie line of
AND I WILL MAKE YOU MONEY, FOB
- W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
^1 Am Underselling Them. All.
■J-' Tîtei ta-
Buggies, Carta, Hacks, Wagons, Buford plows, and a full line of farming
incuts. Am Arent for the Celebrutetl Steel Skein LaBelle Wagon,
Best in the World.
R. P. UNGERMAN,
Sch.ofi.olcl de ^Æoxgrsiïx.
AS .'TUST RECE1VEP A I s ARGE and
wtllB’elected stock of Slovas and Tin
ware, and proposes to sell cheaper tliaii anv
house |n the county. Everything kept on hand,
and rcpairlng.done satfafactorly, and without
L afayette ,
THERE IS NO
Of *11 Grades and the Latest Eastern Styles.
Samjftes ^Called. oxi -A.pplloa.tion.
1888-EVERY LADY SHOULD TAKE IT^ISSS
But you will And an easy qpe to It
—-Ifyou will------ 1,
------------ F HOL'
G-eò. W. Burt,
M c M innville , or .
LITERATURE, ART, AND FASHI
Sketches of NeM PI
Illustrated Htata M
THE BEST AND CHEAPEST of tho
rreater merit« than »ny other. It« «torien, novelet«, etc.,
admitted to be the beet pubUahad* Ita
tributors ara among the meet ponukr anthore of America..
A FI LL-SIZE DRESA-PATTERN with <wh number, wMlh alone h
number. Every month, eino/there appear« a MAMMOTH COLOBK& VAAHIi
colored, and giving the latest Puriil&n styles of drees. Al«o, household, cook«]7» ®n'
on art-cinbroidery, flower-culture, home-decoration—-in «bort» everything interesting 1
xwCLUB-PREMIUMS FOR 16001
FINEST EVER OFFEREOr«»
TERMS, ALWATB IN ADVANCE, «8.00 A TEAR.
The stock la always fresh, and the
prices are cut down to-
- the times.
Trv ua and t>e convinced
j. D. cm;
G e W l M erchandise
—West Chehalem, Oregon,—
Oregonian Railway, L’<1, Line.
Portland & Wilamette Valley ?,
Wishes to inform the people of Until further notice trains will
West Chehalem, and vicinity, arrive and depart from Lafayette
that he keeps on band. « com as follows, to and from Portland.
plete stock of
GROCERIES HATS. CAPS,
BOOK'S & SHOES
and TIN WARE. In fact every
thing usually found in a country
store; which .he proposes to sell
us cheap as can be bought in
Yamhill County. ®R^»Highest
market price paid for produce.
Portland.... 7: • m
9 SO a m
10 35 « m
Lafayette 11 10 * m
hong Won* At Ung Ore WopL
ii tßbliig . and
«l ine ■ I
> ambili *» iti». JJ’.rt.i'.ç .
THIS is thè top of thè gett
ine "Pearl Top"
Chimney, all others similar
are imitations. T,. . tlw>
. Jhe Only First Class
it- '■ It «
For further Information apply to the < om
MS, ’. Agent at tetr
“----- --- General
office, corner Firat A
* Pine Sts., I’orlland Oga.
Tailoring Establishment in the County.
£^TGood work and low prices.
Atrlis(srriv) . Hips
w. e —,------
R. B. HIBBS.
Xtr. jus liapllllv. Involun
tary Loan*»; Heitere, k.ohuod. (lap
tor *6. Trial pk lUc postage, Fra* at c
Advice and ocnwiltatien on all Privata
Alrlia.... .......8.30 * m Chítele lUeeaaee fra*. ©JL A. G. OL
UH B. Va» Bar«» •«., Car. «Ta
lafayetts ... 15« pm
Dundee.. ... 3
ft» hu also two firm. f.rnl», m rttson-
able term«, al«o, «lock of good« and building«,
ako I acre of «round. For further particular«
call on the under«i<n*d at hie «tore.
J. D. C abtkk , Weet LhohalMa,
YiiinhllJ County, Oregon.
O. H. WIILIAM«,
GEO. A MA