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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (June 29, 1888)
Notice for Publcatlon.
Notice ftir P uxh JT
idea that a woman ought to thor-
I- à * d Ovvie,
oughly understand woman’s work
L an ® O ffick at O broom C ity , I
Oregon, June 7th, 1888. J
is. almost completely ignored. 1
Kotk-e I. h|.r.bv giv./.r;*
Notice is hereby given that the following- naoivä .eitler |m, nl ■ ’•**
29, 1888. belieVe there is in reality less cant
named settler has tiled notice of his intention lion lo inali « Unni |.ru<n i„ i?1* «
to make dual proof jn support of hia claim, and »«<1 nM«na- proir^n
‘ about ‘ woman’s sphere,” and less op
•Merk ot Tiiuüi
W. C. T. U. COLUMN.
position than is popularly imagined
gon- 011 S.i,^S
, to women who are obliged to earn
“For Cod and Home aad Native Laad.”
Homestead entry No 5,913. for the lota 5, 6,
Hniire.tendentrv, No , .7'.
their own living coming intucom-
7 and 8, of section 2, In t 5 a, l3f.
He name« the folJowihf wit’>e>a*a to prove
Mo. F. A. M orrih , Pre»»Superintendent, , petition with men. The world ac
hia cominuona residence upon, and cultivation
H« nani«. Ihe
cept earnest, competent workers re
of said land, viz,
his continuous reeidoucM n../ **•'1
, . .1.
Mrs E E Elliot. Wm A Ft* real anti Wiu Clem of. sald land, via;
gardless of se^. But the fact should
ntana. of Dayton, Yamfaiil county, Oregon, and 1 J^hn Lattili, Frank Mnrr.»
THE TRAINING OF DAUGHTERS.
E E Hanao.i, of Newberg, Yamhill ccuuty, Ore aoner.aRof HobtUnviii. X«*!
not be lost eight of that there is one
[Continued from last week.]
Bswley, of Kilches, Oregin
W. T. BURNEY.
She is also a religious wqman, great distinctive work for women,
that is. attends |>articularl_v to all that of preserving the harmony,
Notice of Appointment of Exec,
the outward forms of devotion, is unity and sacredness of home. No
L axd OrncR n
known to lie charitable, and in fact,
Notiro b..hereby given that John line«,
is rather looked up to as a mother if they are laglfthg in the qualitfeB —
hereby gire» ih,.^
haa been duly appointed by II. a county court named Mffier h„ 8:e<l
of } aiuliUI cunty, Oregon, executor of the
in Israel. But when she made requisite for this object, their edu
last will and l< aAiment of Jnmra Keen, deceased to make tlnal proof io
lEeSe1 remarks, I could scarcely re-, cation has been woefully neglected
‘theretore all p raune liavlug c'nitna agaluet und tbit Haiti pmof will
said e-tale ure hereby notified lo present ™fti,.: regOn‘
frain from saying, “Oh, foolish and in the most important branches.
them with proper vouchers lo the ur dereigned
mistaken mother!" And then I
Oregon, within six mouths from thia Hili day
John K. Lette
ot 11 uv, ltdht.
■ Preemption D. 8 Xo-.
thought are not the mothers them most sacred duty we owe this
'nw J. wetion IS, «jof. '*
selves* to blame for this superficial
I, eeelion 7, 11
, He nan»» th. f.llo.l,
education, this lack of noble pur the work of abolishing “this crim
I Ina coniinuouH residence
or aa.d land, via;
pose, this indifference to the. prac inal class by God’s law, by en
I T Williams and J M
tical dutjes and serious cares of 11
IN THE COUNTY COURT OF THE STATE Oregon, and I. G He«».. „T?
of Oregon, for the county of Yamhill.
• life,- which are characteristic of | *er8 *n
no^ aJont“ leads
In tie matter of the estate of H.G. Burns,
many voung women in the present i *° eternal life, but also helps to
an iraane pers«»n.
To David Burns. Suain «erroll, Nancv J
. -v • r i. i
I make next door to heaven of this
I any, Catherine Ywdes, and H. C. Bnrnr, Phillip
day. Is it not their fault alone. life?_H7,wan„. Ma<jazine.
Heury, Alice Henry.----- Lee,----- Lee, heirs uf
that, as Herbert Spencer expresses |
ArnauJa lee. deceased, Charles Ogle, Rosa
Ogle, —e Ogle, —* t’gle. heirs of Elizabeth
Notice of Final Settlement.'
it, “knowledge which conduces to i
Og e, deceased. Greeting:
Caveat», and Traile tlHrki
In the name of the state of Oregon, you are Patent butinere conducted fot i
personal well-being is set aside for Notice is hereby given to all whom i may
hereby t ited and required to appear in the
Our ofiice ia opposite U. s pj/1
concern that the under* ign rd executors of tli»-
county’ court of the state of Oregon, for the have no aub-ageucle«. sii
that which bring applause.”- Danc e«tate of Joel J Hembree deceased, have filed
county* e! Yamhill: at the courtroom thereof, can transact *>aieut bnsioi». mi».
ing, deportment, singing, drawing, court of Yamhill county. Oregon, and that the
at Lafayette, in the county of Yamhill, on Less I ost than those n-inü.e fruni
Tuesday lite 3d day of Julv, D83, at«^plock
Bend model, drawing on bufo
the piano—what large space do judge of «aid court ha* made an order appoint
iti the al'.emoon of that dav, then as’.d there to tio.1 We advii>* i. paleo»« k
ing Tuesday, July 3d, 1MJ8, at I o’cl«»e< p. in. or
Onr fee not duellaL
these occupy? And are not these »aid day at the court huu*e in Lafavette Yam
es &to belonging to said estate be not sold as
Ab »ok, • Hvw to Oitiaiu iÇ«
hill county, Oregon. as lite time ai d pj^ce luf
prayed for in tlio petition of H. C. Burns, guar forences to act mil clients in you
only learned for the express purpose the heating of said final account and a»if and
dian ‘f said estate, duly filed herein Mav 9, vr town, «en* Lee. Addre-i
of shining in society, of eliciting ad all Th
J8A8. Baid real estate being described as follows
'8 notice » pubiiahed by order of the judge
to wit; Lots 5 and 6 in block Nw, 9, i’’ the loan C . -¿K.. SZsTO Vy
miration, of making conquests, or
McMinnville, Yamhill county, Oregon.
Oppoeite I’ateni Office. Wd,|
J. T. ’HEMBR+.L.
WiiiiL^a, the Hoi, L. Loughary,judge of the
in plainer terms, of becoming
' W. C. HEMBREE.
county court of the state of Oregon, fur the
Exec.flora of said estate.
bounty f»t YamL’ill. and the seal of said court
tempters. I do-ndt desire to under W. L. B badbhaw .
hetero «iiixe<t. th!H 28tn day of Muy, A.D-, ibbts.
Attorney for said estate.
estimate the value of aceerilplish-
Of Yamhill County.
Gio. w. B h IRDWF!.I..
ments, especially music, for its in-
j 1,8 f
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fliienceinthe family Tsbothniorel
(57egoii7Tor nie county of Yinrblth----- --------
and refining. I would even recom of in
Notice of “Appofiïtiue1
the matter of the estate of Nathan West
mend that ei-ery child possessing fall. deceaaeu.
arrive and depart from
To Margaret J. WestfaM, Jane Ratbhurn, Mel
taste or talent, be afforded as good vina Hyde, Ellen Kellogg, Leonard Bantell,
Notice b hereby ^iven that TTenry Pettebone as follows, to"and from
Katie Westfall, Albert C. Westfall, Isadore
Moor has been duly appointed by the county
facilities as possible for cultivation. Everest, Martha Westfall. Harriet Westfall,
ma : l .
court ot Yamhill c’lihitf, Oregon, execute! of
Melissa Westfall, Ida Westfall, Woes Westtail,
But it appears to me almost crim Orville
the estate of Nancy Mtofor, deceased, with will
Westfall. T. F Manoritt' and Thos.
Dundee . . . 12 4 » p m
inal to degrade so .noble an art, em Landale. Greeting:
T herefore all persons'having ctdims against L'afayette... 1 15 p m Mienta J»
In the name of ti.e state of Oregon, you a/c
said e-tate ure heieby aoiilied ainl ret|nir«ql to Shertdan Jnn.3 ■ 2 t in I »fiorite..
ploying it to such base uses, and I hereby cited and required 4o Hpptftir Jn the F ■ 1
piesent the tuine wj:h proper vonchen* to the Airlie (artiv) fi ktlp m Dundee...
Itei.riW court of the wmtr
1 ‘TXT’LJO I I Q T*Q
niidcwignefi at hi* ru^ntence near North Yam-
would impress upon allj-outh that county of Yamhill, at the conht room tnere-4, at JL W V
L AKA YHlWMhl»; 1
XZ V AA(A)A Ms hill, Yamhill county, Oregon, within six months
tHe motive of art culture should be day
from the date in r* uf.
the 3d day of July, 1*88.-at 10
Dated this 1st day of Jodie. I h RM.
f Ji fa» ette.. C 30 a m Portai ...:
a pure and noble one, for its own the i renown of. that day, tueu and ti.-rc.iL „ Payable Itiiring—Ofe-A-ear.- ,
show cause, if any there: le, why certain real
Ex yeti tpF a iore^xtd- , For fin liter infoi mation apply to'
intrinsic value, and not for its estate belonging to said estate be not Mild as
F enton & F enton .
prayed for in »be petition of J. E. Hubbard, ad
43 nt '
A dent at Lafayette, or p
attorneys for enlute.
“extrinsic effect upon others.” It is ministrator de bonis non of said estate, duly
------------------------ - - • office, corner Second A Pine St».,
filed May 8th, 18X8; said real estate being de
going to extrepie to say that persons acribed
as follows, to w it: The northwest
Notice of Appointment -of A<1-
pursuing art studies should be in quarter of section 30 in t 2 s, r 2 w of the Wil
lamette meridau. containing 16H 35-1 Oo acres;
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dependent of the world; I beljeve also the south H ot the southeast 4 of section
Notice ifr hereby given that H P. Moor
24 in t. 2 s, r 3 w of the Willamet e meridian;
art may be conscienciously and. containing 80 arraes; all said land lying and be
Ims been duly appointed by the county court of
Yamhill county, Oregon, admiaistrutor of the
situate in Washington countv, Oregon, '
nobly studied for the ultimate, pur ing Witness;
estate of Elizt B. Moor, de< eas«--iJ.
the Hoif. L Loughary, judge of the
During the Present Session of Con- Therefore all persons having claim“ against
pose, and hope of gaining a liveli
said estate are herein notified to present *1»e
county of Yamhill, and the seal of said conit i.J
same with proper vouchers to the undehdgn^d
hood with it, but even here, there is hereto affixed, thia lfiihday of May, A. D., 1&*8.
at liis residence near No th Yamhill, Yamhill
' ■ .
danger of working for applause, in
ko . W. B rikdwell .
Oregon, within six months from the
j L ls S :
stead of excellence for its own-sake.
Dated this 1st day of June, 1 88,
II P. MOOR,
In addition to mere accomplish
Administrator ot said estate.
« F enton &, F enton ,
ments, how much time and atten
Tha Oreg-on .Register
During the Year 1888
THE SUBSCRIPTION PRICE IS
tion are consumed in beautifying
the body, or as a cynical writer has
said, “in adorning a casket incap
able of holding jewels.” How many
young girls of fifteen and sixteen
are dressed everj’ ,day in robes that
their grandmothers would have
deemeij only suitable for weddings
and like festivals. Among certain
classes there are very few properly
and modestly attired school girls.
And on the Sabbath day their dress
is often more fitted for the ball room
than the sanctuary. And as a gen
eral thing is not this also the fault
of the mothers? They take pride
in seeing theia daughters “look
pretty,” and it is perfectly right
for young girls to be suitably and
~ becomingly .attired. but too often k
love for sfiBw^lff imbibed that g!*ad-
ually undermines and absorbs the
better qualities of character. An
inordinate love of dre^s in a woman
is almost as fatal a passtbn as love
of drink in a man. It is evident
that a radical change is necessary
to this connection, and mothers
ought to see that it is effected.
Another fatal defect in the- trainihg
of young girls and for which the
mothers are to blame is the lack of
interest in home employments.
The tendency of the age seems to
be to set up high standards for the
culture and education of woman,
but we hear little of a high stand
ard of duty and usefulness:'
Jn the circuit court 6? the «fate of Oregon for
Tillamook county. *
J V H vntlp . y , Plaintiff,
Suit for Divorce I
J ulia A nk H uttley , Deft/, I
To Julia Ann Hnntley.'bniddefendant:
Tn the name of the stute of Oregon, yon arc
hereby required to appear and answer the com 1
plaint filed against you in the above entitled '
suit on or before the 16th—day of July. 18s8,
that beifig the (¡ret day of he next regular '
term of said conrt, and if you tail so to Hnswer. '
for want thereof plaintiff will apply to the court
for a dec tee disaolving the marriaee* contract now
• xistiug between paintiff and defendant, «nd de- j
c eeing that defendant have no interest in
the premise« «lescri ed in plat.tiff’s complaint '
herein, and for such other relief as d rayed lor *
and for costs ana disbiy-emente of ’hi« suit. ” I
This summons is, published six weeks in the
OBMON IfEGBTKR bx order of Hon. R. P. Boise
judg“ot said court, made at chambers at Salem. '
Oregon, May 14tb, l*s8.
FENTON A l FENTON.
AttTvrneya for Plaintiff.
of their Petent«.
Adder a MI’XN A CO., Office ScttNimc
A memcak . 3bI Broadway, New York.
* SI4 uo }i puij him *o3«M|3
****** •°*1» funuMsp« uo
Notice is hereby given tlut the undersigned,
B. 11. Bowman, executor of the estate of Adeline
Enllquartz, deceased, has filed hie dual acc< unt
ot hi« adminiatrarii n of said estate in the county
court of Yamhill county. Or-gon, arid said
cour* ha* fixed Tu. sd»>y, July 8d. 188s. at the
hour of 1 o'clock, p. in., cf said Jay, at t'e
county court loom at. Lafayette, Oregon, as t!:e
time and place for hearing tl)e same.
Therefore all persons interested in said es-
tat are hereby notified and required to appear
at said time and place and show cause, if any
there be. why said estaie be nfa finally si ttled.
Dated this ist day of June, 1388. 1.
B. H- BOWMAN,
Executor of suit} estate.
F enton A F enton .
Attorneys for estate
IS THE ONLY
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Notice of Final Settlement.
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TPklT^ MnnnACn. h<r.
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the Patent Office, and bare prepared
more than One Hundred lhous-
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ntted Stites and foreign c.>ostr:ea.
-O»«MkU,—Trade-Mark« Co;\i rights.
A mic niuenta, and an other papyri TV
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Germany and other foreign countriea. pre
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Information as to obtaining patents cheer
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well nxderwtood by ail person j who »¡Ja to da^pobe
Attorneys for tstate.'
Will Have a Regular Correspondent
In Washington, whose Letters
are Reliable and In
Will make the seasfin of 1888 as follows;
Messner’s Iiverv »'able, North Yamhill, Satur
days 10 till 4 o’clock, and at other times at niv
farm 5 miles northwest of Noith Yamhili till
| CyelooA ia a bright hay, with flawing black
mane and tail, Mniall white star on forehead and
, off hind foot white; I5| hands hiirh and will when
grown weigh considerably over llOffpound*.
PEDIGREE—Cyclone was foaled in spiing of
1884, and aired bv Hambletonian .Mambrino.
sire of Jane L 2 1('4: Fred Hambleton 2 26; Kit-
ty Ham 2 294;
. Bussie K 2 30, and many others of
I trained- Hambletonian Mam hr ¡no by Menelaus
1226: by Kysdvk’s Hambletonian; dam Olean
| by Border ( hief; 2d dam Olinda by Oliver son
of Wagner: 3d dam by Chorister son ot import
ed Contract. Cyclone's dam, Lucy bred by ’he
J C Hhwthoroe. sired by Bacon’s Ham
bletonian, son of Fitrh's Hambletonian. by Rys-
dyk*s Hambletonian; 2d dam Patsy by »*’!pigrant:
3d dam a George mare. Emigrant was bv Billy
McCracken, bv McCracken’« Bhckhawr . son of
Vermont Blackhawk. Emigrant’s dam Vincent’s
Me«- in ger- mare. This^colt is good size, ver»
stylish and shows his high breeding, and will
be put in training after the season is out
TERMS—Cyclone will be allowed to serve a
few approved mares at tie nominal fee of tl>i
to inMire payable when the maie is kn >wn tn
be in foal. Good pasturage $2 per month.
Core taken tn prevent accidents, but wilt I e
respon-ihle for none.
See the colt and let him speak for himself.
R. BAIRD, N o .. ti < Y amhill .