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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1888)
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“ REAL ESTATE.
We were shown some fine wheat of the>
Tlie following deeds were recorded dic
This county is bounded oil the north
June 23, 1H88.
Martin Amber variety from the farm of ing the week ending June 23,1888:
Nettie Stevenson in up on a vihit to her
29, 1888 Mr. W. R. Derby. Mr. Derby has a D. J. Wood and wife to W. I’. Rud- by Washington county.; on the east by
Marion and Clackaipaa ; on the south by parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1 lummer.
field of this wheat which will be ready
for cutting in a very short time.
There is no mistake as to the time
keeping qualities of any watch or clock
that lueses through T. C. Stephens’
hands. Try him, for he makes watch
repairing a specialty and warrants his
Mr. W. E. Allison and family arrived
down from Wasco county the first of the
week to visit tlie old folks at home. They
came over the mountains by the Barlow
route, and foupdjhe road very muddy in
consequence of the late rgins.
dick, lota 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, block 1, also
lots 1, 2 and 3 of Block 6, also lot 3, block
5, Newb?rg; $100.
Wm. Hobson and wife to Elizabeth
Judd^ a part of the Oliver J. Walker
land claim, section 17, t 5 s, r 2 w, con
taining 7 acres $200.
F. N. Little and wife, to Andrew J.
Kidder, a part of the land claim of Wil
liam Haley, t 3 s, r 5 w, containing 270
W. T. Hume and wife to F. A. E.
'Starr, an undivided 22-55 of and un
divided J£ of certain lands In t 2 s, r3 w;
Polk, and on the west by Tillafoook. It
Mies Fannie Bailey, of Tualitan, is
contains an area of 720 miles. and has a stopping with Mrs. Stevenson for short
population of about 11,000. Yamhill is time.- ’
. sMctetow of this paper
f0O,li nt bills fo‘ t,ie oolR’ction of
supposed 1° derive its name from “chain
Now comes D. O. Stevenson and says
their method of so
'll,” which means, in Indian dialect, it was a ten (sxind gill. I)r. Michaux
Tiive notning to sav; only our
bare bills. It .is one of the oldest settled attending.
Zuld no' '
regions in Oregon, as it is alao one of the
out no bills thus far, and
- “I ask not for riches” is what he was
he HlWred thnt task. The
best, Tire soil is fertile and produces
e W1“^-ounU individually are
singing, but when the hat came around
^Xrtively they amount to
he flung in a copper.
bhund*d dollars, tlie need of
Miss Bqckey Stott, of North Yamhill,
In hampers a i.ubhsher very
is prairie, and the foothills that for years
•C first year •>«
were only supposed to be good pasture will be at Carlton about J uly 1st for the
j the R euistkb » drawing to a
lands, are now being largely farmed, and ■purpose of organizing a class in instru
’a wan irtfliicement to you to
mental music. She can be seen at the
Saill accounts fwijh
produce the finest quality of grain. It is residence of Mrs. Hendrix.
estimated that about one-half the soil is
, , wenuilmthe fo.lowmgliberal
Janie# Martin, of Lacon, Illinois, visit
Amount of produce shipped from our
f you will pay, 'or the current
Ellen McCormick to Emma Blair, a under cultivation, which is devoted prin
year in advance we willal- ed this place a few days this week. He part of the land claim of Clayton 1 Rich cipally to wheat, as this product has al Btation since June 7th: HofUnan <k
„Xcount of 121» percent. New is a relative of the Messrs. Bird, and
ardson, t 5 s, r 4-w, containing 91 89-100 ways been in active demand. Several Hudson have shipped 150 dozen eggs; R.
hers paving for one year in at - may locate in this county, which pleased
T. McCaskev, 10 dozen chickens and 66
Xbe allowed the above discount,
varieties of timlrer are distributed over
eggB; W. A. Howe, 904 dozen eggs,
hbon rates will remain the Bame him very much after an extended trip
School land commissioners to W. D. the entire area, and from the fir that dozen
47 dozen chickens; the chickens aver-,'
through California and Oregon.
¡Sfore-ia-*» IKr year.
Fenton, the n w % of section 15 and a e grows so abundantly in the mountains aged $5.50 per dozen and the eggs 2dj
You will find a nice stock of jewelry at Ji of n e Ji of section 16, t 2 s, r 3 w, bordering on the valley,.a large amount cents per dozen. Our merchants are r»r,‘
PflCAL AND GENERAL.
T. C. Stephens’ jewelry establishment, containing 200 acres ; $400.
of the best of lumber» manufactured by reiving goods all the time and are bound ‘
to keep everything wanted in their line.
very cheap. He has the nicest variety
W. D. Fenton and wife to August the various mills throughout the county.
ire will you celebrate? '
Our genial friend Asa gets excited
of styles in bracelets, pins, earrings, fin Marpert, the n Ji of the n w Ji and s e The timber is fir, oak, ash and maple.
„the furniture store for your wall
ger rings, chains and charms, out of Port >i of n w Ji of section 15, t 2 s, r 3 w,
Grasses of all kinds, especially timothy, when speaking about his large cattle
land. Call and see for yourselves.
containing 120 acres ; $630.
grow to perfection, hence this county is ranch. He was telling the other day
Cwrrier Armstrong now rides in a
We clip this item from the Astoria
A. B. Faulconer and wife to Ella Faul- one of the best stock raising and dairy how large it was and the amount of stock
Transcript: “Mrs. Huston, of Lafayette, coner, lots 3, 4 and 5, block 18, Stieridan ; sections in Western Oregon. The Coast he had on hand. He said he could farm
j. Westerfield sells the all steel is in the city at the residence of her $90.
iqountains in the extreme western three sides of it and the other ]>art was
daughter, Mrs. C. W. Powell. She got
A. B. Faulconer and wife to Thomas part of the county furrisli the very best well timbered; said it was 40 miles long
and 40—just then Jim winked at him,
light running Plano binder for sale here just in time to become a grand- P. Faulconer, lots 4 and 5, block 17, spring, summer and fall range. In the and he said 40 rods wide; said he had
mother.” And this: “Born.—In this Sheridan; $100.
foothills, close to the mountains, can be 9,000 head of—another wink—clams, I
Thomas P. Faulconer to Hattie Faul found fine dairy and Block farms at prices mean. The ranch is situated between
iblican ratifications don’t materi- city, June 19, 1888, to the wile of C. W.
Tillamook and Coos bay on a coast Tine,
Powell, a daughter.”
coner, lot 6, block 12, Sheridan ; $10.
ranging from $5 to $15 per acre. Further and hie house is 200 feet long and two
iuc I i in this county,
W. M. Pittman to H. M. Pittman, a buck good places may be had from the feet wide.
In most towns when a base ball Jumps
lightest running binder that iB in
the street and goes flying off into a va- part of the W. 8. Ayres land claim, sec government, and it is filling up very fast.
rket for sale is the l’lano.
We are indebted to Mr. McCaiskey,
tions 21 and 22, t 2 s, r 3 w’, containing Improved farm lands may be purchased railroad agent in our town, for the follow-
Jale hasnrilnst secured control of cant lot the boy thats after it l;as to run
80 acres ; $150.
at froin $25 to $60 per .acre. The soil, as ing figures regarding the freight traffic
ricultural college at Corvallis.
Samuel Hobson and wife to Frances a general thing, is as rich on the moun for the last seven months: Number of
Astoria boy simply takes his little bucket
Wvutt Harris will soon move" to
and string and dips his b. b. out of the Britt, lots 1, 2, 3, ?4, 35 and 36, block D, tains and hills as in the valleys.
pounds received, 142,210; money col
ad occupy the Milloy house on the
Vegetables grow to perfection, and a lected on freight received, $341.90; for
vacant yard. Our advantages are illimit Newberg; $100.
Joseph Sax to Thomas Roberts, a part failure in gardens is never known. No tickets sold, $418.57; amount received on
able.— .4 tloria Transcript.
ity Clerk Briedwell is going over
Every democrat in Yamhill County of the Solomon Heater land claim, t 3 s, trouble is felt from insects in the garden. prepaid charges $45.25; total amount re
Im and making up his annual re
Hops are a prolific crop, and quite exten ceived, $805.72; number of pounds of
shouTd lie posted on the issues of the r 2 w, containing 100 acres ; $4,000.
Nancy A. Davis to M. M. Harris, 88 sively grown. Berries of all kinds grow freight shipped from our Btation, 5,442,-
coming presidential campaign. We can
869; local charges on same, $4,472.50.
a Littlefield has accepte I a posi- offer you better rates on the greatest oi i 2-100 acres of the Thoa. C. Davis land with but little cultivation and bear every So you see our little station is a pretty
shipping point after all. Can any
th a mill machinery firm in l’ort- all American newspapers, the New York
Nancy A..Davis to Eliza J. Kuyken peaches. Apples grow to perfection and other point of equal Bize beat it?
World, than you can obtain elsewhere,
H awk -K yc .
I. Westerfield sells his turn.turc viz: From npw to November 13th, 30 dall, 70 52-1CO acres of the T. C. Davis the trees bear very young. Trees well
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¡b, »nd is satisfied with a small oents; R egister and World to November
Nancy A. Davis to Isabel II. Baird, four years old, pear trees will bear at
June 25, 1888.
72 3-100 of the T. C. Davis land claim ; $1. three years old, and there is no place in
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Geo. Bell is putting an addition to his
[. Bryah and Delmar Vèrsi ns and
Davis et al to Sarah E. Han the world, it is believed, where they will
n O uting .—The writer and wife
s have gone to Tillamook to spend
spent a very pleasant day last Friday at ning, 50acresof the Davis land claim; do any better. Plums and prunes are
John Judd has returned from Cali
the admiration of all beholders. The
the fruit farm of C. E. Hoskins, about
ou are in need of a wagon, you two miles below Newberg. The roads
Nancy A. Davis et al to Isabel H. trees are healthy, the fruit large, clean
Everybody making ready for the
we the Moliue ; for sale by A. B.
were in the best possible condition fora Baird, 71 94-lfK) of the Davis land claim ; and free from all worms. They com Fourth.
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drive ; all nature was clothed in a beauti
Albert Hoskins is putting an addition
. Ungerman’s store presents a neat ful mantle of fresh green; the birds were
Nancy A. Davis et al to Maiy M. Har old. Fruit and berries seem to do equally
to his house.
inee since he arranged his stock singing their most thrilling sengs; farm ris, 102 26-100 acres of the Davis land as well on the high lands as in the val
Some more newcomers have arrived
ers were rejoicing over prospects for good
from tire east.
Smith hits returned 'frbm Forest crops; and all seemed thankful *that
One of A. T. Haworth’s children is sick
where he graduated from the Pa- things were just as they were. At our kendall, 92 96-100 acres of the Davis land I by men in that business as equal to the with tlie lung fever.
celebrated bee [matures in the mountains
destination we visited and ate fruit, and claim ; $1. •
Born.—To -the wife of Wm. Kruger,
John Harris et al to Nancy A, Davis, , of California.
F.. W. Fenton returned home ate fruit and visited and were shown or
June 14th, a fine son.
The western part of Yamhill valley,
ar visit to Walla Wada and viem- chards until we were tired, and could eat"
Born.—To- the wife of A. J. Winters,
E. C. Anderson et al to Mrs. A. E. La- ■ including portions of Yamhill and Polk
no mere. As a fruit region the Cheha-
June 20th, a fine son.
Mrs. Alt. Rees has returned home
ey to loan on improved farm prop- lein valley has some peculiar advantages, Chandler’if addition to McMinnville ;
first giving a general description of the
which are being improved to such an ex
from a visit to Indiana.
1 »mounts to suit. Apply to Dr.
valley, then resorting to particulars. Few
tent as to strike one with wonderment. $500.
-Charlie has bought a hack and is tak
persons have any idea of the size of this
Four years ago fruitgrowing as a pursuit
ing his big boy out riding.
THE MASONIC CELEBRATION.
i. W. Watts was in Portland the was hardly known in Yamhill; now
valley. It is not meant, of course, the
Wm. Skeels closed his school on Che-
the week attending the association there are many thousands of trees just
The celebration of St. John’s day by narrow Btrip of low lands immediately lialein mountain last Friday.
beginning to bear, and other thousands the Masonic fraternity at .\mity last Sat adjacent to the Yamhill river, but in
Miss Annise Brown closed her school
ballas jail was fired by a prisoner are being planted each year. Mr. Hos urday was a grand success. The attend cluding the valleys of the creeks flowing
in Washington county last Friday.
ek. The prisouer w«s«rescued by kins has about nine acres,.j*hich be is ance was very large, and the beautiful into the river and the farming lands be
Dr. Mills, while standing on a spring
>rifl just in time to save his life.
devoting to nursery stock of the most ap picnic ground was thronged with people tween them, west of .a line drawn north
and south through Bellevue, in Yamhill board and chopping, fell and badly
I Wall was married recently to a
county. From Bellevue south to the up sprained his wrist.
mas county lady. They will re- fruit oh'ljards which occupy several also was well represented. About 11
F. 8. Cottle and Jack Smith and their
per Salt Creek is 15 miles ; and north to
i the Williamson farm north of acre^.'.'M’lren asked If there is any dan o’clock the order formed in iroht of the
families expect to start Wednesday for
ger,an over-doing “this fruit business, hall, and headed by the McMinnville the upper settlement on Deer creek is 12
tiie Big Bend country. .
Mr. Hoskins replied: i_“No, not the band, marched to the grove. Heie a miles; from Bellevue west to Grand
One of Noah Parrish’s little bays while
Cary and company returned from
least. The nonproducing fruit area in neat stand for the officers and speakers
with a dog the other day, fell
»st on Tuesday. They brought
the east and north is constantly increas and seats for the audience had been ar the Grand Ronde Indian agency, which
and broke one of his arms.
S young sea lion, which they
ing, and to supply the demand from that ranged. After the members of the fra continues eight miles, and here begins —MISS Lola Collins, of Portland gave a
on the beach. It has since died.
immense region of cyclones, cold and ternity had taken Beats, the master of the settlements of Salmon and ffestucca good elocutionary entertainment last Sat
Clyde will preach in the I’resby- storms, will give Oregon an unlimited ceremonies announced a prayer by the rivers. This makes an area of country
urday evening, and will give another to
ciiirch on Sunday morning an4 market.” There are other localities in chaplain; then the McMinnville band without including the agency; Sulmon
P rohibitionist .
?. The choir will meet in the this county as favorably situated for fruit played a beautiful and appropriate selec- and Nestucca river countries, 27 by 15
for practice to-morrow at 3 p. m. growing as is the Cheheleni valley, and
fertile soils, timber for all purpores, water
1 clocks (eight day runners) regu- it only requires an application of capital fayette choir, was received by the vast au
for use in house, on farm and turning
ud warranted to be perfect timers, and labor to these resources to put this dience with just appreciation as the
machinery, stone for building pui poses,
d foi less than they can be got in county in the front rank of fruit produc hearty applause which followed signified.
including the famous mammoth rock
id, at T. C. Stephens’ store, La-
Roseburg Review, was then introduced quarry, and romantic and sublime scen
and for more than an hour addre sed ery, is not excelled if equalled on the
iers, before you buy your binders
Nr. N. H. Frohllclimein. of Mobile, Ala., the people on the practici 1 ideas of Ma northwest coast. There are nine creeks,
A. B. Westerfield's and see the wr.tee: “I take great pleasure in recommend- sonry. An attempt to give even the large enough to propel any machinery,
" It is th^ lightest running ma iog Dr. King's New Discovery for Consump slightest synopsis of this grand oration meandering through tlje valley, well sup
that has ever been brought to tion, having need it for a severe attack ot bron* would 'prove a failure, and therefore we plied with trout; and the hills and moun
chitin and catarrh. It gave me instant relief desist. With more band and vocal music, tains from which these creeks take their
and entirely cured me and 1 have not been af
name of base ball played at this flicted since. I also beg to state that I bad the assemblage adjourned for dinner. rise, are well supplied with deer, elk,
a»t Saturday afternoon, between tried other remedies with no good resnlt. Have This interesting and invigorating exer bear and other wild game. There are
rlton and Lafayette senior nines, also ut-ed Electric Biuers and Dr King,. New cise was enjoyed by all who were invited many branches and smaller creekB that
to partake of the many well filled bask flow from the table lands on either side
din favorthe Lafayette boys, Life Pill», both of whloh I can recommend."
Pr. King's New Discovery for Consumption, ets, cr fortunate enough to be possessed of those creeks making this a well watered
ore was 32 to 15.
Coughs and Colds, is sold on a positive guaran of the requisite four bits with which to section.
in need a good watch—gold, oil- tee. Trial bottles free at J. M. Kelty'a drag
purchase a dinner at the Amity hotel.
ilveride—you will find what you store.
In the afternoon various exercises were
t T. C. Stephens’ jewelry store,
W. II. Hoyt A Co , wboleMleVnil r»mt drug
engaged in, such as foot racing, baseball,
prices that will be satisfactory;
gists of Borno, <!«.,uy: “We have Leon ■oil
etc. Old friends and neighliore bad an
ing Dr. King « New Dtoc.very, EleoUIc Hitter»
core north of the postoffice, Lafay-
M c M innville , O b ., June 25, 1888.
opportunity to talk over old times, pres and Bucklin’» Arnica Haire for four vein»
Clark Braden, the great defender of ent circumstances and future prospects;
Have mover bandied remedies that Bell n well
the Bible, will be here July 7th to 9th, and take it all in all it was one of the or g-ve eueb uuiveriel MthfacCion. There
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
to meet Mr. Putman, the great infidel, most pleasant gatherings it has been our have been some wonderful cere« etlected by
• salve in the world for cuts, broker and make him either fight or run as he lot to attend for many a day.
three medic in«» In thii city. Hereral c»»e» of
Thin powder nwer v«rf ». A ro.r.el of prr
•cere, gait rheum, fever sores, ietfri, has been doing.
; yoiioqnced «oneunipiion bare been entirely Ity. »tr iiutli mid wbol.romeneae. More eco-
J. A. C ampbell ,
haudi, chilblains, corns, #nd all skin
cured by use of » few bottle« of Dr. Kiuge umnieol then the ordinary klni'a end cannot l>.
Pastor Christian Chnrch.
in competition with the mill Hude of low
I. and positively cures piles, or no pay
shot at the penitentiary last Saturday for New Discovery, taken in connection with,Elec- ■old
te-1. ehot^rweiglii alou. or pborphnta powdrra
• It is guaranteed to give perfect sat-
trio Bitter». We guarantee them »Iwaj».’’ Bold only In c.ni. ItnytL Baxinu Powiiga.
The newly elected county officers will
• or money refunded. Price 25 cento
Hold by J. M. Kelly.
Co., IU0 Wall HU N: Y.
1 taxe posseseicn of the offices next weex. hour.
For sale by J. M. Kelly.
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