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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 9, 1888)
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»RANK S. HARDING.
nuCoor P»r7w- inadvance..........
J,Copy,ate montba In advare....
“A GOVERNMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR JHE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE.
' ¿stered «t tbe poetofflee at Lafayette,
as second-class matter.
DH. J. C. MICHAUX,
How rr P ats .—An exchange gives tbe
following interesting base ball facts, and
AMHILL COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Ô, 1888.
the DALLES OBSTRUCTIONS.- -
Col. Mendell arrived yesterday, and
November 1, 1888.
Of little Clyde Smith, who died near
Our roads look as if a dry sprinkling North Yamhill, O.egon, October 11,1888:
would do them good just now.
Dear little Clyde, bow we miss you,
How lonely our home is today;
Hartwig 4 Co. have the contract to
There’s a void in our hearts we cannot
build the new drug store for Mr. Held.
Since thy dear little form passed away.
Hurrah fur Newberg! A new side
was engaged the greater part of the day
in going over with Maj. Jones tliat gen
tleman's plans for the improvement of
The Dalles obstructions of the Columbia,
which consist of a project for a boat rail
J. BUttT MOORE,
Maj! Jones’ plans are all completed, walk, a new drug store and a new furn We loved thee, our own.precious darling,
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
How much we never could tell,
and a description ot them will be given iture store.
Until you were called from our presence,
in due time to readers. Col. Mendell,
David Everest and H. Hurley are each
Away from our household to dwell.
accomPanied by Maj. Jones and Maj’I'"tending to build a two story brick in
Your sweet, sunny smile lingers with us,
Handbury’ leave to-day for The Dalles, ¡ "‘e spring.
DR. G. «.’SMITH,
Though thy form hath vanished from
.re the Ifound will be gone over, and | W. J. Jones, one of our masterly me-
*1“ndbury’s plans for a boat-canal ehanics, is beginning to make Dr. liar- And the sound of thy voice and thy foot
.* PHYSJCIAN AND SURGEON,
ar£,?n lh® obstructions considered,
neon's new residence loom up.
Only return with the night.
T ‘® ‘J*7.,™ re,urn to’morrow after-
that respect for religious scruples of the i D°?n a" , *! **ve ,or <^0CB bay and Ya‘ chandise stores, one drug store, and one For again in our dreams comes the loved
quina which they have been ordered to
Surgery a Specialty.
hardware store in town, all from best ac
▼749 best element of every community pays,
To gather his playthings once more,
examine with a view to improving navi
counts are doing well.
in sporting matters as in other things,
And methinks I hear him say “Mamma,”
FIRST NATIONAL BANK,
- then we do i oh-know what ite signifi gation facilities there. An inspection
As in days when he played round the
Our academy under the management
will be made, and plans submitted to the
MorrisôfrfLin a flourish-
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department, which, in its turn, will em
I JACOB WORTMAN..................... President,
F orty -N inth A nniversary .—Tuesday body tliam m a recommendation to con
give excellent satisfaction.
I K. P. BIRD.............................Vice-President, November 6th, was the forty-ninth anni gress for appropriations.— Oregonian.
We strive to submit to thy will,
If you do not believe Newberg is a And trust thou wilt show us more clearly
I Jxo. WORTMAN ............................ Cashier. versary of the marriage of James John
ways of thy law to fulfill.
flourishing town, come and see for your
son and wife. The occasion was cele
I Transacts a general Banking BitsineM. De brated at their reeidence by a happy re
self ; it is booming from one end to the That when we are done with life’s journey,
Ladies and Oentl- .nen of Lafayette:
I posits received subject to check. Ke I is tight
With its trials, pleasures and pain,
Having been urged by many of my other, and lots are being sold .every day.
I ciekange aad t*legraphic traotfera on'New union, at which over fifty persona were
| York, Kan Francisco and Portland.
present, all relative» except two. This former students to start a new term for
Mr. Held and Dr. Harrison have just We may croee o’er the beautilul river
I June 24, ly.
A nd find our lost treasure again.
elderly couple were married in Tippe the practfce-or-tr,; art dTpSiihahSTiip, I ■ returned from tliemetropolia, whither
•A F biknd .
canoe county, Indiana, in 1839. In 1844 would, therefore, desire to ascertain they have been for the purpose of pur
c innville national bank they crossed the plains to Oregon and lo whether you would be willing to enroll chasing a complete stock of drugs for the
A SAD OCCURRENCE.
cated in this county, where they have yourselves among its members. To this new drug store.
Clara A. Powell, wife of Grant Powell,
raised a large family, several of whom end a free lesson will be given this Fri
Messrs. P. M. C. & Co. are about com anil the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred
Transacts a General Banking Begin cm .
were present on this occasion. Mr. aud day evening at the schoolhouse. Trust- pleting the residences of J. D. Carter and
Flory, of Wapato, died at her home in
! fidsidont........................... ... J. W. COWES Mrs. Johnson are enjoying good health hlg lhat 6ifr past acquaintance will bo a
Nelee Christenson. And P.
C. him The Dalles November 3, 1888, after an
I Vice President ....... LEE LAUGHLIN (find pfobably will live to enjoy many sufficient guarantee that I will do my
self is not behind the times—his nobby illness of two weeks, of typhoid fever.
Cashier................................ CLARK BRALY mJre anniversary reunions like this one, best to perfect you in the art of penman
little residence is about ready for the
She was married by tlie writer August
class at that brush. >•
[ Sell« exchange on Portland, San Francisco and that such be the case is the wish of ship, I hope to iDeat.ji
16, 1888, and began life under very favor
i til New York. ____ _
their host of relatives and friends in this
By the amount of surveying that is be- able circumstances, but just in the sunni
I Intereat allowed on time depoaha.
and other parte of the country.
portunity I shall have to teach a school
ing done about town, you would think est days of life she was taken away, leav
Office boon from 9am to 4 p m.
here. I am respectfully yours,
the whole country is being sold; but the ing her young husband and home all
"N ew C ounty .—We are informed that
C. A. B auer .
surveyors are only preparing the way for broken and blighted. She was a mem
tbe citizens of Mitchell, Burnt Ranch,
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
our entei prising, wideawake real estate ber of tbe Hillsboro Baptist church, and
Fossil and other portions of the Bridge
agents, Carter 4 Foster.
an example of all the Christian graces
Election is over, and all breathe easier creek anu John Day settlements intend
We offer one hundred dollars reward
to ask the legislature to Bet them apait for any case of catarrh that can not be
Tbo following parties hive purchased shining out in every act of life.
Ah I little did she think
town lots in Newberg during the past
I See Carter 4 Foster’s ad iu another into a newly organized county. The new cured by taking Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
She'd be i alled for so soon
county is to be composed of a portion of —F. J. Cheney A Co., props., Toledo, O. week: Sidney Walker, Portland, furni
Butnlae! Itt-r niet ntng atm, ~
v e, tho undersigned, have known F.
Grant, Gilliam and Crook.
Natural J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be ture store and factory; John Hopkins,
It has gone down at noon.
! W. I. Westerfield visited Portland on
boundaries, such as mountain ranges, lieve him iierfectly honorable in all busi boot and shoe shop; J. A. Johnson,' For
Tlie funeral serviees were conddctod.
streams, etc., will probably mark it» ness transactions, and financially able.to est Grove, butcher shop; Bell, Cham- by the writer utJior old home.
I See notice of J’lofi' Bauer’s writing
linos, and not straight-line snrvej’s. If carry oat any obligations made‘by their piibg, residence; Dr. Win. Harrison, resi
« » W. E. M c C utcheon ,
I school in this paper.
Carlton, 6f.,.Novemi>er 5, 1888.
the praver is granted and the county or West A Truax, wholesale druggists, To dence ; Mrs. Chas. Scott, city laundry.
Hon. J. N. Dolph paid this office a call ganized, the county Beat will probably be
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B oomer .
| tlie fjrst of the w^Wk. j
NATIONAL SURGICAL INSTITUTE.
located somewhere on the John Day be Walding, Kinnan A Man-in, wuolesale
druggists, Toledo, Ohio.
Sheriff Harris and A. P. Fletcher were tween Mitchell and Fossil. The scattdr- E. II. Van Hoesen, ‘cashier Toledo Na
Two or more surgeons representing
I in Portland this w«ek.
ing information given here concerning
this institute will b£ at the Essex house,
tional bank, Toledo, Ohio.
The following deeds were recorded dur
Hall’s Catarrh Cure ¡ r taken internally,
I r County court is in session this week— this move has been gathered by us in
Ijifayette, Oregon,. November 14, 1888,
ing the week ending November 3, 1888:
conversation with citizens of the territory acting directly upon the blood and mucus
for one day only.
I full proceedings next week.
Samuel Hobson et al to Noeli Heater,
named.— Prineville News.
They come fully prepared with all the
tle. Sold by all druggists.
1-13 lots 1, 2, 3 4. 25, 26, 27 and 28, block B,
h Rev. J. McIntire will preach in the M.
apparatus necessary for the successful
I E. churcn Sunday evening.
Hobson’s addition to Newberg; »240.
S chool B ooks .—The discussion by the
treatment of their specialties, curvature
William McCollum and wife to Samuel
The familiar pliiz of Bon Huston is press of the proposed change of school
of the spine, diseases of the hip and knee
I once more visible on tlie streets.
joint, crooked limbs, club feet and all
The number of inmates of the state in- month the various county superintend
bodily deformities. Their «uccess in
Sarah E. Hasker and J. B. Masker to
ents will vote on the text books to be Wednesday evening, November 14, 1888 :
I sane asyluqt is rayidly increasing.
.Choir I. Nichols, lots 150 and 151, Dayton; treating these trouble« as well a« all
adopted for the next four years and the
chronic and sexual disease« has made for
As usual, the second crop of black-
school book monopoly is laboring dili
the insitute a national reputation.
[ berries is now ripening in this valley.
gently for their choice. If a change is ' iRpcitation..
.................. Cliff Hurlev
Ujion application, reforenees will be
Mrs. J. B. V. Butler, of Monmouth, is made the expense to the citizens of ^Ore Iteading....
Mra. Watts acres in section 1, t 3 s, r 3 w; »6,000.
furnished from pationts in all parts of the
I visiting her daughter, Mrs. F. W. Fen-
Mrs. P. W. Chandler to W. D. Still
gon of purchasing new books will be Music...........
.... Nan Ungerinan man, lots 1, 2, 7 and 8, Chandler’s second
enormous and ought not to be done un Reading . .
All persons who are «ufiering from any
_____ Rebecca Perry
of these complaints, should not fail to
Mrs. J. McIntire returned last week less it has more merit than the simple Music...........
____ Rhoda Gardiner addition to McMinnville; »150.
W. Ereyman and wife to Herman Ga- take advantage of this opportunity for re
f«Mn ith extended visit to Southern Ore- gratification of a heartless monopoly.— Recitation...
______ Carrie Milloy
........................... Choir terman, 449.26 acres, t 3 and 4 s, r3w; lief.
......... Bertie Sampson »3,980.
We : 11 hold Misa Narcissa White in
The public highways have not been so
A . Mr«. L. Hubbard
H ouses S carce .—Houses are reported Beading.. il .
Herman Gstcrmtin and wife to Sher- kindly remembrances and will be glad to
........... Bertie Lavmon
i muddy at this time of year for a long
"man Hatch, 200.34 acres in t 3 a, r 3 w; hear that she is about to marry Mr. M.
very scarce at Newberg, and families are Music......
J. Kinney, of Astoria, and will make
compelled to leave there every week to
Oregon her home.— Pacific Kzpress.
C. H. Christenson has disposed of the seek shelter for the winter. The fact is
John D. Palmer and wife to Minnie S.
freight and passenger business io Claude the people of Newberg are receiving
J uke «—B ryan .—At the residence of the Bamholtzer, lot 166 in the town of Day
-larger returns for their money invested in
bride’s parents, November 7, 1888, ton ; »282.50.
William Juker to Maggie Biyan, Rev.
H. A. Crosley, who was here with a advertising the town than they had antic
Virgil Smith and wife to Isaac N. Ed
J. Hoberg officiating.
; photograph tent lust 'sumther, has lo- ipated. If tlie good people of Newberg
miston, 137 acres, t 5 s, r 3 w; »3,000.
would suggest to newcomers that they
t cated at Independence.
James W. Lambert and wife to Isaac
There are 137,1.38 bushels of wheat
Money to loan on real estate in sums to might find accommodations in some stored at McMinnville, worth 74 cents a N. Edmiston, the n
I suit by Fenton A Fenton, tat Lafayette neighboring town for the winter, the im bushel, or »101,422.12 A railroad from 5 of section 1, t 5 a, r 3 w, containing 74.-
migration would thus be saved to the
L »nd McMinnville, Oregon.
the Willamette valley to Astoria would 28 acres; »205.
county, and Newberg finally benefitted.
Isaac N. Edmistcn and wife to William
that and many a million more
The Willamette river is now at a fair
Clemmons, 33K acres, t 5 a, r 3 w;
-‘ boating stage, and an increased activity
P rophetic .—The Capitol Journal ot whirling down to a deep sea port where
in the wheat market is the result.
October 21, 1890, will contain an item the wheat is worth a dollar a bushel,
H ’ The many friends of Miss Belle Belcher something like this: “Yesterday a solid
NOTICE TO TEACHERS.
will be pleased to learn that she arrived train load of wheat consisting of thirteen with Astoria and Yaquina boy, Yamhili
cars, left on the Astoria 4 South Coast would be pretty well fixed.
At the teachers’ institute held in Mc
«4 her destination in Texas safely.
Tlie board of trustees held a meeting line for Astoria, where it -in »» trans
A ddresses W anted .—County School Minnville June last, a committee was ap
Monday evening; they elected judges for ferred to the Azurine for shipment to Superintendent Baker of this county, de pointed to call a meeting this fall for the
the coming town election and passed Japan. To-day several car loads of ap sires the addresses of the following school purpose of organizing a county teachers’
ples goio' join it, being also for Japan clerks: A. Johnson, district number 00; association and to prepare a programme
and China. Wheat is v orth 85 cents.” A. Pickell, district number 29; J. M. for the same. The committee reports
The citizens of Corvallis intend to get
now by calling a meeting to be held in
the coming legislature to grant them pgr-
N otice to D ebtors .—Notice is here by Holston, district number 32; F. P. Hum-
North Yamhill Saturday November 17th,
I mission to build a bridge across the
il- given that tho books and account« of the ke, district number 54; D. C. Richard
beginning atlOa. m., and presents the
, lamette there.
late firm of Littlefield 4 Calhreath are in
following programme :
trict num'ier 57.
Bev. J. Hoberg brought to our office my hand« for collect«*» «nd settlement,
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this week a suit pie of second crop Red
O fficers E lected .—The following of
Geography and Map-Drawing—M. II.
Artracan apples, which are nearly as debted to said firm are requested to call ficers were elected by the Yamhill county Parker.
Th» pewter aever verl -*. A marvvl of par
Ity. afe Beth «a4 wlwte«ato «ee« «. Mora eoo-
at my office and settle immediately, and fair association at a recent meeting:
•»rge as the first crop.
Teaching Composition—Frank Dudley. nomlod thaa too nvvtoocy kllU« aa4 mom < he
««ve themselves further trouble, «• tlie Directors, C. Braly, W. A. Howe, E.
General Discussion—Should Prizes be eoM la eeapotMoa wtto Ite aialillade of law
Dr. Wm. Harrison, a physician of ex
business of said firm must be settled im
I»». «Sort aiehtoi slao. er pkaapttoto pevrOota
Wright, J. M. Hulery and Robt. McDon Given in School ?
perience, has located at Newberg, and mediately.
aoM eelr la eras. Bom Bosiaa Powaaa.
W. L. B radshaw .
Co., 10« WeB Stt H!T.
Penmanship—G. A Edmunds.
trspectfuliy solicits the patronage of the
A. 4 8. O. R. R— In another column president, fl. A. Manning; secretary. C.
i People of this community.
will be found an advertisement of the W. Talmage; treasurer, C. P. Bishop.
Methods in Grammar—L. R. Lewie.
Robt. Henry came up from Portland
Astoria 4 South Coast railroad for bids to
Primary Number Work—Misa Emma
on Tuesday. He was accompanied by
1 Crrv E lection —Tlte city election in
i Mrs. A. B. Baker antl child, who will clear the right of way. This looks «« if j McMinnville resulted as follows: Mayor, Van Oradal.
the company meant bnsines« and intend
(ieneral Discussion—Whispering, or no
' m*e Oak Grove tarm their home.
Is. A. Manning; councilmen, F. ltame-
ed to commence W<*k at once. The
Whispering; How to Overcome it.
Your attention is called to the fact that board of dieectors are thoroughly in earn koff, G. F. Tucker, C. Griesen, G. W.
Teaching Orthography — Milton Ed
d you want Yamhill county news you est and will soon convince tlie doubtful
| «bould take the Riotmtit. It gives the Peters that the Astoria 4 South Coast i J. J. Spencer; marshal, G. W. Kaufman,
The teachers of the county are all re
i This wa« the only ticket in the field, but
SBITEN A DANIEL.
quested to be present.
news while it ia news and in the best railroad is an asmireil fact.-/
P ublic M retwo .—A public meeting
E. X. H abduco , Secretary.
K ino R eleased .—Ben King, the young
It is said that Senator Henrrt, proprie- is to he held at the court house Saturday
coast people generally may well consider
seriously: “It is stated that the eight
ball clubs in the organization known as
the National league have made profite
this year aggregating neatly »390,000,
while the eight dubs in the American as
sociation have probably Ruled to clear
»50,000 all told. Several of them have
lost money. The clubs in the first or-
ganization play no games pu Sunday,
while those of the seconu- nuvu reneu
son Sunday games for a large share of
tl4ir support. The league clubs, also 1
have beenr ore expensive than those of
the association. If this does not mean 1
G. G.” REISNER,
Oregon. Pre-ideo t..........
FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS.
Leuitge«, B«d-roa« Set«, Spring Mat-
tr«««e*, Tabla«, Chair«, Eta.
A Complete Stock at Reasonable
Also CONTRACTOR and BUILD
ER. Plans furnished and estimates
=»ade on short notice.
J. J. Hembree, Proprietor«-
■ ■ Tbo*.
CF«« 8. Fairchild
„ W. F. Vllra
Wm.O. Fndic tt
• • ■ W. C. W hitney
D«a M r>lehln« n
■„ , 4„ 8. Gn.land
M«lvlll« W. Full«r
I Bena tors.
1J. H. Mllrhull
J. N. Ilolph
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"I............... Btoj.r Harmaaa
« tats .
Tnaattto...... . , .
•o, G, W. w .- lb
Bupt. Public Iuafeuctioe
Btete Prlnl.r. 7^^'
K B. MeElro.
. Frank H«kw
w. W. n«y “
w«. P. L.rd
»•oi «Ury of State. ’.
»•eratary of Trauner. . .'
«•oratory «r ihr Inferior
»•oratory ot War.
«•oratory of Navy
teslmutor Gueril .
1 ata prepared to «let good aooom . odaUoa on J“«!«!»....../
short notioe, la peraoaa wlah.na
team« «or ooeetyano«.
---------------------- so tealae. ste., at ell
•■■i... mt u.o.., buggloa and horae« ar« al ¿íírT
ways kent in good order. -
the San Francnco Examiner, has evening of this week for the purpose»of man who has had two trial, for com-
f. Rrehased an old flouring mill near Ore- appointing s committee to confer w>th. pl icitv with Frank Anderson in tbe lar
t_ loaCity, and will build one of thelarg- committee from the Evangelical church ceny of tbe »10,000 package from the Pa
in reference to the location ci a college or cific Express company in Portland tert
** P«per mills on the coast . ■
academy at this place hv said denomina July, h«s l«en released. Tlte jury failed
yon viwit I-nfayette do not fail to
Thia is • ltood niove, and every to agree both times.
the store <W Bird 4 Gates and cttknXold
Xd thia meet.ng and
A drove' ot 147 bert cattle po-toed
•ttannno and price the large and varied
lend his aid and influence.
w^rX’ ^'^^vibill1^ Young. Anna McCutcheon, MU Rei-
’ *®e* °* ^otbing which they hare pur
Ft«« at I bdrfkmdriic «.—Fire destroyed
and no* hare on band for their
liverv rt-lda »1 Harry 4 Hall «nd a
, read are «ailing at j^rall'honae occupied by George H?«ton,
Foote, Frank Foote. Claud Y.
and all competition.
ing * total valuation of »3,748.50.— Inde- H
Amt« flwcnr, 1
practicing Physician and Surgeon, as well pointe to a moral which Pacific
ented at rsuoubl« raiu Our toft
jmo^ib. but. .on uü.fe.ü.1
i .va. p. Boi.«
X «2 I
T. J. Harri«
■ F- P- Gafes
m ’* b H p £.
*>• r VtlO.wB’' ‘
Board of Tratte«.,
R. P. UN8ERMAN
AS JUBT RECEIVED A LARGE AND
»cll.el.eted .took of Stores and Tin
Uli lh.y h.„ „uted tl
ware, sod, propoaea io m U ckeeper than ««y
houeln th« o.unty. Evarytbiag4 m *«onhand, »b'lr
4-—If robscriber« move
and repairing doe« aatiafaolorlr. and without
Sept. 29, l-f.
L afayette ,
THE YAQUINA ROUTE.
and lravtog «te.-ewMtoe fcT»
•videnoo ef Intention« 1 fr.Od.
Afjjom-nmerit ot Circuit Court.
OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM
PANYS STEAMSHIP UNE.
22/J Miles Shorter—SO hour* leaa
time than by any other route.
«**Ffr«t cl«M throngh pMMnger and freight
Hue from Portland and all pointe In th« Wil
lamette valley to and from San Franeteoo.
Lahyaito on Monday, Bnptomber 14,
* ‘«OBn‘ »r to«.m.lh>oxln dWbr
0#aBt7 »dioeraed the ten. en-
•II Monday. Denember I7.18S«. ai which Um«
■ nd place It will eon van« «gain.
All Juror«. wlfeMMa tniT parti«« t« «alt« •
r«qalr«d to tage judicial notice of thia and I
in attendue« at that Urne wlihent bete« ar»
y. w. Honte Clerk.
By order of R P. Botee, Judge.
Administrator's Sale of Real Ea-
Time Schedule (except Sunday.).
Uave Albany. 1.B0 pmlL«av« Yaquina «:45 am
U«ve Cerva 111« 1:40 pm laavoUorvallhlOJA «m
Arrive Yaquta«5:J0 pa|Ar.-iv« Albany IltfO am
O. to C. train« Manwt at Albaay and Cor-
Th« above train« oonneot «1 Y aqcixa with
the Oregon Oevolopeiwiil < e'«. Line of Btenm-
ahlpa between Yaqntnn and Ban Franeteeo,
. .. ~ _ .. ’j M<w
Will.mrlte Val’y Nov 30th
Io the matter «I th« ««tete)
Notio«» baraby give« that la parati «■«••(
an order of tb« «only aourt of Taaablll eown-
tr, Ongon. made «nd enterad of reeord on toe
(totter ofteptraiMr, l«M, to «aid estate, tbe
uderaigMd «dmbitetntor ot th« «auto of D.
hr atte to th«
hl haat bidder on
«•tetoei *• l«to tof ai g|i ralla imm ,
•f I «’cl««h p. at. •■ tea praMlaa«.
■ II the right, till« and Interaat ot theaald D.l.
Pulman, d«oanrad, in nnd to Ih« foliowtog da«.
etlbed ml prauiaaa, to-wK:
From Sin Fraa.
for - let ■ t'a m
Nev Itth 4 a ■
N«y 24 l>aa
The «Mapany raeorvM thè right to obange
«•Hing datea wltbont nette«.
VBÀCT «o, 1.
N. B.—P.aaeopra from Portland «ad all Wfl-
The homssiend claim of Hualltoa Milter,
ametta Valtey Palato cm mahn olore onnnec- entry
No. 1,(M4, Hi motion i, in townabln 4
nendi, range «wort of Wfltenwtte mtridtea, la
Fratwlsoo, ehunld «maga <o arrivo at Yaqnlna Yambill cuuuty, Oregon, «ad contatolo« 120
tbo aventng betöre tote o ( m I1 ng.
raacT «o. 9.
Paaaenger and freight rein, alwaya Iba low.
Aleo th« following trad of land, to wHi B«.
eat Por Infoi malten, appiè, to M Mera. HUt,
.. AN A CO_ Freight and Tiehnt Agonie, 900 ginning 10 R7»-IOU chaina Booth from the north-
and 2v2 Frolt «troat, Portland, Oregon; or to wrat owner of T. J. Jelluon’a tend at a «tono
on the eontli aide of th« road laadlne irom
C. V. HOGÜB.
Amity to Hathaoy'a ferry aontlr on Ibe nrtelnel
ArK.rs’,*ÄVö. - °"«"n
line betwean B. O. W Bilama* and J. B. Wai-
Ung a to ateh« In 15 a. r4w:thanoa tulld
„ c. a. HlBWgLt, Jr.,
Gan I. Fri. * Pm. Agt., Oregon Itevalopasat 100 ebalna, tbonea route I
Co . Montgomery alraot, finn Franylaeo. C»l. want Sto lOtl «haine: ihenoa north 1 MJ-IOO
chaina to tbo placo of beginning, being and ly-
lag In the praeteetof Amity, Yamhill «tunty,
TOACT no. i.
Ateo «11 tbo right, title and Internal of D. B.
Potman, densaoed. In. of and to the following
ml premtoen, to wit: A pert ot Dm dooaiinn
land claim Known and dtolguatt-d aa
Mo’s «9 and jto. ao«4«atton Na. 1,94®
follow«; to wH: Oommtnelni
nutet on the went bonadart Ihwof Mid
Hon land claim Iwenty aerea and le«of) Mven
ooe hundredth (« 97100) olulna n< nb of thd
•oathweel corner of «art don»tlon land claim
mad tbenee running nnrlh 79 Td 14>t ehalna to
landa «old A. M. H.Aman and now owned by
"Uu Horman, »race running eut on lb«
•• Id tend raid to and aw ned by
Mid HeflBM to eaal boudary of «nid donation
tend olalm- Utenea aeutbvrly toHnwIng the Mat
J0“**®« bufi olalm to a
point 17 97-101 ohaioa north of the wntbeaal
•ornar nt anid donattoo tend clalmi tbnoeo rate
nine weal follow tog the north boundary m tbe
land. Mid to and now owned hr H. W. Phillipa
to tb« pitto «f brateate« and aontateto« 4rt
uree toen «el««« te YamMH roonly. tiraren,
te t A «. r 4 w.
Tant« Or Bau: One huit eaah te bend en
dey «f ante, batanee on «ne and tee y«nra*
time M. n d I,. morir««« on the prvmleea
rae Ing Intorni nt Io p«< aent ear nan- at from
date ef aale.
Trarf Nu 3 to be ««U «rai; Ulte p rfoat
listed October >ütb, llbm
_ T. J. JELLiaoN.
Admiufetratov ef eeid eetete.
Ihurren A Futre». '
AUorwya for estoto
>ht.ia.d >«d all
a Mo4.ni. Paas.
FEED AND SALE STABLE,