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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (April 20, 1888)
R ailroad O wicials .—The ofiicani of
the Southern Pacific stopped at Eugene
FOR THE AID or THE PU NDS O» THE LAPA Y-
The following is the apportionment of'
____ .-April 17, 1888.
City on their return trip, and the Guard
ETTE SUNDAY SCHOOL—rRIDAY EVENING, |
the common school fund to the various
Alton florae is painting the Herald'!
. 20, 1888 say»: “The party went on top of Skin
APRIL 27, 1888.
ner’s Butte, and were delighted with the
PR* >UR.tllME—PART K
prospect from that eminence. Coburg,
1— Remarks—Short mhireea on singing c o E CLERK ANn ADDRESS.
anp general .
am * t .
where the narrow gauge ends, was
building on Fourth street.
in the Sunday school, and the influence
pointed out and. General Manager Towne
ot good music on the people, by Dr. J.
It is reported that work will commence
«11 treat you fair,
remarked that it wks a question «f but a
42 WmMerchant NYainhill $ 184 j 40 on the flouring mill on June 15th.
in town Wednes-
38 W Carl Carlton............ 1
short time when the road would be con
All ye suckers and denisene of Uio-
and King, by Mre. Gates, Miss Boone, 3
41 J M Robertson Newberg' 18120
nected with the O. & C., and that Eu-
forest! Listen I There is going to be »
show st McMinnville to- >^enfr wluJ the m0Bt natural point for the
Perkins, Stephens, Johnson and Hem 5
IlOjEd Hendrix luifayetto
146,00 Methodist excursion on May 24th.
connection. The railroad magnates also
46|C 8 Tustin
W. 8. Powell, the rising young printer,
15and 10cents. Towhat? talked favorably towards the extension 3— Chorus—The Whippoorwill, by the . 7
51 E E ljdd Amity........... 2i yo
47'j Hendrick McMinnville* 200140 who has been working in the printing es
George singing class, led by Mr. Carl
of the west side road from Corvallis, up
47 A P Oliver Newberg
Young ¡(obligato solo, Miss Henderson)
200 40 tablishment of Knox 4 Dore for the past
„■ celebration at .Sheridan the LongcXTbm and to Eugene, provided
4— Solo and chorus—Teacher's Dream, 10 120-A Nelson W Chehalem 434|00 three years, left for Portland on Satur
the citizens would secure the right Of
by > iss Boone, Mrs. Nelson, Messrs. 12
31 IE Conner Amitv........... I 149 20 day, where he will aocept a position in
Perkins and Bird.
¡ntoí the school fund in
36: AMcPhillips MeMiBnvi.il* 165 20 A. Anderson A Co’s, printing and litho
5— Music—By two Sunday school child 14
33,D B Kingcrv
155,60 graphing establishment. T ilkphonk .
Lu* You E vah ?—Last night architects
38 G BraithwalteNYainhill; 17160
-is *nd Jas. McCain went arrived from various places to be in at
6— Duet—Mother,Why Linger Away, by 16 128. a I) Runnels
tendance on the county court that is now
Miss Boone and Mrs. Nelson.
53 Wm Laughlin “
46;J W Hobbs Dayton.....' 197 20
7— Trio—By Mm. Gates, Mre. Nelson 18
, taken the place of quoits in session, sitting for the consultation
51 C Little N Yamhill.*..
and Mr. Hoberg.
and adoption of plans for the new court
39 A P Magness Wheatland, 174 80
8— Anthem—Hark the Notes of Joy, by 20
, and candidates will soon house. The court will be in session for
the George singing class, led by Mr. 22
several days in order to allow architects
181'D V Olds I-afavette .... 629 20-
Y ouimc .
from San Francisco to either reach here
601F A Crawford "Day ton
Intermission of 10 minutes.
attendance at the or send letters. The contract wiH prob
23 JBFletcher McMinnville 123 60
3cj F Allison Davton
art this seek.
ably be let between the 17th and 20th of
40i() Orton N Yamhill .
ice J confectionery, nuts, this month.— Reporter, 17th. The county ■1—Solo—By Miss Nettie Henderson.
2— Duet-The fairy duet from The Fairies,. 28
, at Vickrey’s.
court has been in session, has it?
Mrs. Gates and Mr. Stephens.
29 105 ! a Pickett Newberg..
Hoberg and family of Oregon Poople, generally, are under the impres
3— Anthem—The Resurrection, by Miss 30* 65 E F Lampson Wjjlamina 253 75
sion that the sessions of tlie court are
Boone, Mrs. Gates, Messrs. Stephens 31
26 l J S Fairchilds Fairdale 135*20.
62 .1 M Holston Newberg. J . 248 40
He has com lu.lcd to open a held at the county seat. By th# bye,the
4— M ub I c —By two Sunday school child 89»-StT1jth McCoy
office at this place.
26:G R Bristow
i grtt-clM», and delivered free
68 X L Wiley Newberg..
5— Chorus—Beautiful Dreamer Sleep on;,
city by J. L. Vickrey.
by the George singing class, under tire
■H!R L Booth Willamina. .
direction oi Prof. Young..
mt to buy your hardware o£
I. O. O. F. E xcursion .—On Thursday
41|W l*each Gaston
I. He is selling cheap.
next an excursion train will leave Dun 6— Quartette—Who Built de*Ark? Mrs.
28, DCRichardson NY amhil
Gates, Mrs. Nelson, Messrs. Stephens
418, J Wortman
Dunn will ring the bell for dee for Sheridan with Odd Fellows and
321 L II Morgan
; 8 o’clock after May 1st.
7— Sacred solo—Jesus Lover of My Soul,
19| 8 P Tustin Sheridan .
by Mr. Carl Young.
45 RWMcCall McMinnville
Lewis'had his hand in a sling sixty-ninth anniversary of the establish
ment of Odd Fellowship in America. The 8— Chorus—Praise God from Whom all
I 1’ Dorsey Wheatland
the week, owing to a bofl.
Blessings Flow, from Book of Praise.
train will leave Dundee at 8:00 a. m.;
bare all fresh, and sold at bot- fare round trip, $1.00; West Dayton at
39f 1>O Durham McMinhvil le
Admission, adults. 115 cents; all under
17, J R Dongacre
J. L. V ickrey .
8:20; fare, $1.00; Lafayette at 8:47; fare, twelve, 10 cents.
103 H Z Foster Sheridan .
This powder never varks. A marvel of pur
>rget thewconcejt next Friday $1.00 A good time mav be had by all
M rs . B ird , M rs .G ates , M rs .
17. J A Campbell Wheatland
ity, strength and wholesomenese. More eco
N elson , and M r . S tephens ,
Programme in another column. who attend this celebration. Go and
26, G W Olds McMinnville
nomical tbau the ordinary kinds, and cannot be
Com. on Programme and Arrangements.
43 W L Wairen Bellevue
60 sold in competition with the multitude of low
E. Johnson returned Wednas- take your friends with you. A munp-
'ei»t, short weight alum or phosphate powders
51, J A Simmons N Yamhill
AN INTERESTING^ COINCIDENCE.
only in cans. R oyal B aking P owdkr .
i visit of several days to Mon- tuous basket dinnqr will be one* of, the
12 W Y Martin Wheatland
(kL 106 Wall 8U N! Y.
.interesting exercises of the day.
F I* Hunke Laurel W Co
Mr. W. S. Laàd, who for the past nine
4 S S Lennox Gaston ....
npqua Herald has been jhir-
U ncle J osh .—The Uncle Josh troupe years has fined the position of United
29 A Newell Sheridan........
v the prohibitionists and re came from McMinnville last Saturday States jury commissioner, tendered his
32, C H Beeler Willamina
53 D A Blood Gaston..........
evening and presented that comic drama resignation yesterday. An act of con
30 H S Maloney Sheridan
v who would find fault with to a crowded house, in fine style. Chas. gress, of 1879, provides that all United
24 D Cation McMinnville..
er of the post ten-days, is hard R. Fertton and Will Eostabrooks, of the juries shall be publicly drawn from a
7 W Kraumier Butteville
33 J Agee McMinnville.. .
coihpany, were formerly Lafayette boys. box containing the names of not less than
59 J A Lambert Dayton ...
candidate for representative on Our space'forbids an extended notice, 300 persons having the necessary qualifi
9 W Enoe McMinn villa..'.
■bition ticket in Douglas was but we must sy that all present seemed cations, which names shall have been se
6[ J Hooper Champoeg .. .
IJ D Bates Gaston..........
3iP Churchman Wilamina
ratic county convention will be were present from Dayton and other
the court and belonging to the political
dnesdav, May 2, 1888, to nomi- places. The McMinnville band was
present and discoursed some of its sweet party opposed to that which the clerk be
Ain’t »ported by Co. Treasurer
longs. Mr. Ladd was appointed such
est music rhiring-thy evening.
AprtVie, 1888...................... $14,195.75
ort the first of the week did no
commissioner andlias filled the position
Am’t appropriated by Co, Supt.
o fruit, and the prospect for an
T he O regon P acific .—Wm. M. Hoag very acceptably. The juries selected
April 16, 1888...............
AS JU8T RECEIVED A LARGE ANlJ
and C. C. Hoag, oOCorvallis, were in Al during the term have been very accept
crop is flattering.
wellselected stock of Stoves and Tin
ware, and proposes to sell cheaper than anv
office has been established fit bany Wednesday. A Herald reporter able both to the court and to counsel.
house in the county. Everything kept on hand.,
Tillamook county, with Mary hunted up Mr. Hoag and intenogated Mr. Ljdd’s resignation was accepted and
Districts marked thus * are fractional. and repairing done satisfactorly. and without
him concerning the prospects of work On Mr. Chàrles E. Sitton was appointed
m as postmistress.
Sept. 29, t-f.
the road eastward. “There is nothing jury commissioner for the United States
His Business Booming.
ic horse for all work, Senator,
L afayette ,
O regon .
now,” he stated, “which I am at liberty courts. An old citizen remarked that it
I the present season at Ballston,
Probably noons thing has caused, such a
and Amity. For particulars to give you, although we may have in a was just a little singular that the ex-com general revival of trade at J. M. Kelty’a drug
short time. There is no question but missioner, his successor, the judgo who store as his giving away to his customers ef so
that the road will go on and that soon, appointed them and the clerk ’Of* the many free trial bottles of Dr. King’s New Die
id there is no great loss without but os to any* definite plans for this sea
court slfould all have “got their start” in covery for orme-mptlon. Hie trade is simply
pun. Since St. John entered son, I am not now at liberty. to say any
enormous in this very valuable article from the
Yamhill. The reporter who was copying
fact that it always cures and nevei'diaappoints
h republican press is giving the thing.”
the record put in a claim to the same Conghd, colds, astbine. bronchitis, croup, and
s a rest.
C omplimentary .—In its report of the proud distinction, and immediately left, all throat and lung diseases quickly cured. La. Fayette
Dobbs, of Cleveland, Ohio, wi 1 district institute recently held at Dallas, before he should be called upon to in You can teat it before baying by getting a trial
t the M. E, church, Lafayette, the Itemizer speaks thus complimentary clude half the peoplp around the building bottle free, largo siae fl Every bottle war
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
ay evening, April 25tli. A cor- of two Lafayette people: “Solo—Carl in the same list. “Yamhill agin’ the ■ anted.
ition is extended to all.
Young. He was greeted with terrific world '.’’—^-Oregonian, 13th..
Soaps, Combs and Brashes, Trusses, Suppor
(alloy will preach at the M. E. applause. His appearance on the stage
April 17, 1888.
ters, Shoulder Braces Fancy and "Toilet Ar tides
to-morrow (Satn.day) evening is electricial, causing the audience to
Garden making is the order of the day. B?oks and Stationary, Clock and WatheB,
The following deeds were recorded dur
Plated and Gold Jewelry
lay morning. Rev. Burlingame fairly go into raptures. His accom
Mr. J. E. Swansen has a very sick
Patent Medicines, etc., Family Medicines.
panist, Miss Edith Kelty, is a fine pian- ing the week ending April 14, 1888 :
ny ths pulpit in the evening.
H. Crater to Mary J. Crater, 17 acres child.
GOODS WARKENTED A8 REPRESENTED
,ist, and ably supports him. To sum up,
ilitaer, proprietor of the greatest
Our school is progressing finely under
Mr. Y.’s singing is all the rage—im- of the land claim of William Jones, t 3 s,
ir in America, the New Yoik
care of Miss Sweet.
is just purchased a lot 115x136
Mary J. Crater to H. Crater, 56 66-100.
Our blacksmith is getting better— able
i which to erect a building for
Naw A dv .—The new advertisement of acres of the John Welch donation claim, to work some in his shop.
. The price ¡ aid was $630,000. •Bird i Gates will be found -in another also 37li acreB of ' the William Jones
Why not nominate Prof, Carl Young
mated cost of the building is column of this issue. This firm needs no land claim, t 3 s, r 3 w ; $2,500.
for school superintendent?
introduction or recommendation at our
T. II. Gilbert to Leander Lady, 83
Mr. W. A. Howe will soon open his
nan coming up behind farmer's hands. Their straight-forward and up acres, t 5 s, r 7 w ; $600.
D. C. Collier and wife to C. F. Murphy, store to the public. So mote it be.
THE ONLy NATIONAL STANDARD.
rants to pass. Wheelman (po- right manner of dealing with their cus
Mrs. A. I1. WilBon is visiting her
“Room on your left, please.” tomers lies gained for them an enviable 2,’i acres of the donation land claim of
mother, Mrs. Bodie, for a few weeks.
“Goto thunder with yer o’d reputation. Read their ad and go and Jos. R. Young; $1.
Coutalning Over Twenty Thou.
J. P. Beeler and wife to Ellen M. Mc
W. A. Howe is having his old store
ll ye ’aint got no right on the inspect the goods. You will not be dis
Hand Article« on Promin
Cormack, 191 89-100 acres of the Clayton house reroofed and fitted up generally.
erin’ hosses no bow.” Wheel- appointed.
Jake , Smith is out on a still hunt for
>o knows his rights, sharply).:
P ersonal .—Miss Gussie K. Juker, of
votes for recorder. Go in Jake, pluck
This standard work is the only National
yon just once more to let me The Dalles, who has been on a six $3,549.60.
J. P. Beeler and wife to David 'May, always wins.
Cyclopaedia of Biography in this country,
yon refuse I’ll serve you as I months’ visit to her sister, Mrs. L. C.
and is worthy to rank with the great na
¡at fellow yesterday." Farmer, Thompson, of Glenbrook farm, took her 165 47-100 acres of the Clayton Richard
We understand that t^e woods around tional works of its kind in the Old World,
ing trouble, drives into a ditch departure last Tuesday for Portland and son land claim, t 5 s, r 5 w ; $3,061.20.
Amity are full of candidates. We nomi now being published in England, Ger-c
C. G. Garrison and wife to W. T.
,n pass. Farmer (after wheel- other points, where she will visit friends.
nate Bro. Rufus for coroner. They say many, and Belgium.
Landingham, lot in Amity ; $80.
No name eminent in literature, art,
ifelybv): “Say, what ’judo to
he is a good setter.
music, science or invention will be omitt-.
John C. Hoover and wife to W. C.
M issed .—Oregon’s greatest paper fail
Her yesterday?” Wheelman:
Twp of P. C. Thomason’s girls are ed.
I got down.”— Fort Wayne ed to reach its subscribers last Tuesday, Adams and N. G. Landess, a part of quite sick; also two,of the KcKune
and as a consequence there was a look of block R, McMinnville ; $300.
Sold only by subscription.
Sarah A. Woolsey et a) to J. E. High, children are sick. Dr. Sellers is attend
wonder and disappointment en every face.
W. W. BECK
ing all these patients.
This incident shows that as a newspaper 143 9-100 acres in t 4 s, r 5 w ; $1,700.
L. C. Washburne and wife to J. R.
faliiig depressed, year appetite is the'Oregonian is appreciated.
Smith, iota 4, 5 and 6, block 11, New
have plenty of pretty girls, If Big Jake
are bothered with headache, you are
A Y amhill ».— J. E. Fenton, a prom
has plenty of money and a very bail
lervooa. and generally all out of sorts,
cough, tell hnn to oome on.
io braes op. Brace up, but not with inent attorney of Eugene City, and a
H awk -E ye .
k spring medicines, or bitter *, which former resident of this county, has been
I wish to Bay to thé voters of Yamhill
heir bul« vary cheap, bad whisky nominated by the democrats for county
county that I am an independent candi
Roscoe Conkling is dead. He
•tunulate you for an honr, and then judge of Lane county.
date for the office of recorder. As I am passed away about midnight Tues
ia worse condttion than before,
want is an alterative that will purify
We make • spaciaHy ef printing Bill Head«.
P rosperous .—One has only to visit the not an able-bodied man, I trust you will day. Emperor Frederick, of Ger
I. start healthy action of liver and
Letter Heada Slatementa, Receipt«, of «P
new store of G. W. Burt, the McMinn see the justice in giving me your votes at many, will soon follow.
Bal Invitation«, Programme«, Bnaineae
»•ore your vitality, and give renewed
ville druggist, and view its elaborate the coming Juno election. Yours respect-
Card« Calling Card«. Envelope«, Poetare End
strength. Such a medicine yon will
We have lota of Job Work, but NEVER a'] kinda tf work done in a Prat- laaa office.
acob B. S mith ,
’'irk Bittere, and only 50 cents a furnishings to be convinced of his pros
slight the R egister on that account,
OfTRJ.hL UitVAttn SOLICITED-ta
1 * Kelly’s drug store.
* Absolutely Pure.
FL P. UNGERM AN,
J. M. Kelty,
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