The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889, April 27, 1888, Image 4

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    The Salem Statctman is urging
Representative Hermann to hasten
F rank 8. H anding , PuBLIBHn. the passage of the bill for a public
building at Salem. It remains to
FRIDAY,
APRIL 27, 1888. be seen whether Mr. Hermann will
succeed, if he were requested to in­
DEMOCRATIC NOMINATIONS. troduce a bill he could do it, but
getting a bill passed is quite another
STATE TICKET.
v,
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For Congress,
u. ,. thing:
J. M. GEARIN’ .......... Multnomah
In the selection of delegates to
the coming county convention the
For Supreme Judge,
JOHN BURNETT ......... Benton democrats should use the greatest
care to send only the best of men.
For Presidential Electors,
On their judgment in selecting can­
W. H. EFFINGER .. Multnomah didates depends the victory or de­
W. R. BILYEU........................... Linn
E. R. SKIPWORTH
Umatilla feat of the ticket.
The Oreg-on XSegister
It is rumored that St. John was
threatened by the republicans of
For District Attorney,
Salem with an egging. This shows
GEO. W. BELT...................... Marion a sad state of affairs. Have the
o^Aoint Representative,
days of free Bpeech. free vote and a
C. V. KUYKENDALL, N. Yamhill legal count come to this with the
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DEMOCRATIC COUNTY CONVEN- g- o. p ?
,TION.-
There were 39,000 votes cast at
Notice is herby given that a dem­ the late ■ election in Rhode Island,
ocratic county convention for. Yam­ and the republicans used 140,000
hill county, Oregon, is hereby in the campaign.
called to meet at Lafayette, Oregon,
As O ld S toby .—At 4:15 p. m. to-day
on W ednesday , M ay 2, 1888, at 10 an alarm of fire was sounded, says the
o’clock, a. m., of said day, for the East Portland Vindicator ot last Thurs­
purpose of nominating candidates day, caused by the burning of a house on
N street. The department was quickly
for the following offices, to-wit:
Two representatives, county clerk, on the scene, but on account of the short­
ness of hose the flames soon destroyed
recorder, sheriff, county treasurer, the building, which was a one story
assessor, two county commissioners, structure, and badly scorched adjoining
county school superintendent, sur­ buildings. Mrs. Stoker and child, wife
veyor and coroner, and to transact of a cabinet maker with H. Listman, w as
such other business as may properly badly burned. The woman was attempt­
ing to build a fire with coal oil when an
come before said convention.
explosion took place and they, barely es­
Said convention will be composed caped with their lives. The "building
was the property of Mrs. A. E. West and
of 119 delegates, apportioned to the is probably insured. The woman and
child
will recover. Later.—The woman
various precincts on the vote cast
and child have since died.
for the democratic candidate for
Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
congress at the election of 1886,
being-one delegate for each ^ecinct The boat salve in the world lor cut*, bruise« ■
and one for every ten and a fraction •ore«, ulcer«, salt rheum, fever »ore«, tetter,
chapped band«, chilblain«, coma, and all skin
over six votes so cast. In accord­ eruptions, and positively cures piles, or no pay
ance with said apportionment the required. It is guaranteed to give perfect «at-
respective precincts will be entitled ¡«faction, or money refunded Price 25 cents
per box. For sale by J. M. Kelty.
to the following representation:
THIRD JUDICIAL DISTRICT.
10|S McMinnville 12
INDEPENDENT TICKET.
14
6 North Yamhill
7 i Sheridan.........
10
I wish to nay to the voters of ^Yamhill
»¡Willamina . . « county that I am an independent candi­
Davton .......
5!Willamette...
5
E Chebalem. .
8 date for the office of recorder. As I am
Iafayette
10 W Chehalem.
14 Dundee...........
4 not an able-bodied man, I trust you will
N McMinnville
The committee respectively rec­ see the justice in giving me vour votes at
ommends that the precinct primar­ the coming June election. Yours respect­
J acob B. S mith ,
ies for the election of delegates to fully,
Carlton, Or.
said convention be held on Satur­
Amity...............
Bellevue
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day. April 28, 1888.
—
W. L. B radshaw ,
Chairman.
C has . G rissen , Sec.----
Jesse Applegate, the Sage of Yon­
calla, is dead. He had reached the
ripe old age of 78 years. A native
of Kentucky; immigrated to Mis­
souri when young.' and to Oregon
in 1843. * In his train across the
plains were such well-known men
as Burnett, Waldo, Nesmith and
Holman. He was one of the first
Settlers in Polk county, and was
considered by many as the equal of
Daniel Boone as a frontiersman.
■ One by one the pioneers of early
days are passing away, but their
memory can never die. In this
beautiful clime, where rolls the
Oregon, we will ever delight to
honor the men, and women too,
who planted civilization this side
of the Reeky mountains.
There was an accident on the O. R. ■
N. sixteen miles from Baker City last
Sunday morning. A freight train ran
into a band of cattle, throwing the engine
and several <wrs off the track. Tl>e en­
gineer and tireman were instantly killed^
J. Mattey
-DEALEB in -
.
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DRY GOODS!
U Msrchaitlise.
Highest possible prices paid
for ail kinds of far.n produce.
W. I. WE8TERFiEy^
We keep constantly on hand
Larg-e Stoclr of
Men s. Boys' and Youths'
CLOTHING
Keeps constantly on hand-,
ment of 1 urniture of every
Antique Bedroom set
Walnut Center tai
Fokling Beil u
?
Spring Ma
And Furnishing Goods,
Queensware,
Glassware,
Pipes,
Tobacco,
Cigars,
Boots and Shoes, '*
Hats and Caps,
Canned Goods
And GROCERIES.
In fact almost
Piotare Frames,
ETrer3Hlxm.gr
We try to act square, good people don’t
sure, nor think that we care that compet­
itors blare. We treat the world fair and
Dear to the Feminine heart, and
carry an air of conviction, you’ll swear,
when you visit
us where our To man.' woman or child can l*e procured
store shows the
rare .richest bar­
gains to spare.
Our goods al-
And all front One Firm, whose name
is a warrant in itself of Fair Treatment
and-8quare Dealing. Our
best our profits
are bare; we al­
invite intending pur­
ways will dare,
BY
our stock to com- chasers to give us a call and PyndlirO
examine our goods a prices. I I UUUuC
taked tn exchange for goods, for which
M tiying to bear a we will pay al) the market will justify.
Mouldings,
ttsefvl
Coffins
At Bedrock Prices,
THE
Undertaker’s
SQUARE! "-LXliJ.1.1.
GOOES
ALWAYS
IN STOCK.
Spring Stock
AND
Geo. W. Burt
McMinnville,
_
the fair, honest
Ul’BfFII. efforts of tner-
°
chants who deal
on tht^ Square.
Notice
Lafayette,
-
sta
Oregon.
First N"ational Bank.
J. J; Hembree. P
I am prepared to give good aecoa,
short notice, to penona *|
te&nin or conveyance
JACOB WORTMAN.................. President,
„j, , «¿targe. Reaaoaebl,.
R. P. IJJRD.................
.Vice-President,
Lk? Mv back» eonnectH with tlx dap.
J no . WORTMAN ........................ Cashier. to carry nusaeugerH to hd <I ¡rum the
—OF M’MINNVILLE, OR.,-------
Transacts a aenernl Baakiui Busineaa. De­
—:o:—
posits received subject to check, bells si^ht
The Lafayette Flouring Mil) exchange
and telegraphic transfers on New
ruu on full time until further York, San Francisco and Portland.
June 24. ly.
notice.
FEED AND SALE STA
SUITER i DANIEL M c M innville national bank .
Lafayette
T. B NELSON. Prom
NEVER!
NEVER!!!
NEVER!!
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON.
Transacts a Gensral Banking Business.
Purchase Anything
—IN—
Drug or Notion Line
I am prepared.tn fnrniih
CARRIAGE*.
SADDLE HGRSta,
M
“President............................... J. W. COWLS
Vice President............ LEE LAUGHLIN • ad everything in the Lt very hirs is pd
and on short nutice,
I.
Cashier........ .CLARK BRALY
Transient stock left with me willreeein
Bells exchange on' Portland, San Francisco best of cat e and attention.
Good and careful driverseapleyH,
and New York.
J1
Y
ill find my Mtabte on -Mmae
Interest allowed on time deposits.
but ween Second and Third.
Office hours from 9 a m to 4 p m
RepMl,’«
TILL YOU HAVE CALLD ON
The Lafayette Shoe
MOORE BROTHERS,
—OF—
Oregon.
Newberg
Renew» her Youth.
Mrs. Phcebe Chealey, Peterson, Clay Co.,
Iowa, tella the following remarkable story, the
truth of which is vouched for by the residents
of the town: “lam 75 years old, have been
iroubled with kidney complaint and lameness
for many years; cpuld-not-dreM myself without
help. Now I am tree from ail pain and sore*
neM, a^d am able to do all my own housework.
1 owe my-thank« to Electric Bitters for having
renewed my youth, and removed completely
al) disease and pain.” Try a bottle, 50 cents
ana |1, at J. M . Kelty’s drng store.
, 4
NKW TO-DAY.
fox Sale.
1869
1887
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J. M. Kelty,
LaFayette
- . - Ogn.
.......... Dealer in...........
Is the Place
DRUGS, MEDICINES AND CHEMICALS.
PERFUMERY.
better than ever,
For 1» Is
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. and should be In the hands
- contemplatin;
„„„mplMlng baring g £ £ Q g ,
of evarv person
Soaps. Combs and Bm«be«, T i - umo *, Suppor­
ters, Shoulder Braces Fancy and Toilet Articles
B oki and Stationary. Clock aud Watties,
Plated and Gold Jewelry
Patent Medicines, etc., Family Medicines.
GOOD8 WARLENTED AS REPRESENTED
tain« S Colored Plates.
Illustration«, an
and --------
nearly 15o pages, telling
trill
thousands of Illustrations,
--•* —
— to get it, i and naming lowest
lowest
what to buy, and
where
GUIDK only
onlylOcente,
prices for honest good». Price of GUIDE
lOcenta,
including a Certificate good for 10 cent« worth of Meeda.
,
Acres of good land about
-A.Z’FXjETOlSrS’
two miles northwest from
Dundee, in Yamhill coun­
ty, on the P. & W. V. R.
K. All under fence, well
_
_
_ watered. Said tract can
be divided into two farms of 480 acres
in one and 3.50 in the other; will sell ei­
ther separate, or both together. There is
a bam and house on each. Said place be­
THE ONLY NATIONAL STANDARD.
ing known as the Oliver Mo .re donation
land claim. TERMN: $1O per acre.
One-third down, and balance on time to Containing Over Twenty Thou­
suit the purchaser, secured by a mortgage
sand Articles on Promin­
on the land; said balance to bear 7 “per
ent People.
cent interest. For fuither particulars en­
John M. Gearin, democratic nom­ quire of \A7". Is. Sra.c5.slxa. txt -,
.
Lafayette, Or.
This standard work is the only National
inee for congress, is an Oregonian
Cyclopædia of Biography in this country,
having been born in Pendleton. He
and is worthy to rank with the great na­
Marshal's Sale.
tional works of its kind in the Old World,
is one of the brightest lawyers in
NOTICE 18 HEREBY GIVEN TO now being published in Englapt), Ger­
the state, a man of broad views,
all whom it may concern, that the under- many, rfnd Belgium.
No name eminent in literature, art,
and one who would do good, hon­ aigned marshal in and for the town of
science or invention will be orr«tt-
est hard work for the people. His Lafayette, Yamhill connty, Oregon, did music,
on the 25th day of April, 18X8, in pursu­ ed.
record in his profession shows that ance of Ordinance No. 22, of said town,
Sold only by ■utacripGon.
he has the pertinacity of a bull dog, take np and impound one horse found
running at large within the corporate
W. W. BECK
the energy of a forty-horse power limits of said town contrary to the pro­
14-
Soliciting Agent.
engine, and strikes like a pile­ visions of said Ordinance No. 22, said
horse is described as follows, to-wit:
driver. A positive and aggressive
Light sorrel, about 14k hands high,
man, and he will represent this branded on the left hip with letter “H,”
about 12 years old, some saddle marks on
state in the next congress.— IITisco his back, had on when he came here a
yoke.
Sun.
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DEALER IN
Now therefore, if the above described
•The Reporter. may crow about horse be not claimed and the charges
Gild, I will on Monday, the 7th dav of
its size, but there are at least a doz­ ay, 1888, at 1 o’dock, p. tn. of said day,
en papers outside of Portland, any at the city pound in said city of Lafayette,
sell said horse at public auction to the
one of which contains more reading highest bidder for cash.
Dated at Lasayette, Yamhill county,
matter each week than it does, and
Oregon, April 25, 1888.
the O bxoon R bgistxb is one of them.
K W. DUNN, Marshal
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in L»di*.
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PLANTS « BULBS.
JAMES VICK» HERDSMAN, _
Roc heater, N. Y.
THE
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where Gents. Youth« and Boys cm H
thing in boots and shoes that yog w»i
prices as low as you are paying f r poor
goods that vort have to throw away beta»
tret them well broke to your foot. It to
Place
To go for Foot
in Yamhill County.
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