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About The Oregon register. (Lafayette, Yamhill County, Or.) 18??-1889 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 1, 1889)
CWf, sis- month. In sdvnrs. .
A GOV^NMENT OF THE PEOPLE, FOR THE PEOPLE, AND BY THE PEOPLE."
gptered at the pOstoffiite aLMeMinnvili
pn, as aedbutl-claiMi matter.
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
—or M M1XNY1LLK, oa.,-------
COB WORTMAN....................President; >
E WORTMAN./........................ Cashier.
r*n«acts K genera] Banking BuMint ea. De-
¿to received subject to check. Bella eight 1
hange and tJegKaphic transfers on New
anciaco and Portland.
im M .ir»
m ’ m INNVH.LE,
'Transacts a Geasral Banking Business.
Dr. J. D. Fenton spjut several dayls'o’ i
tliia week in tlje city.
Martin 4 Sanders Carry a fine line of
table and pccket cutlery.
DR. O. H. SMITH,
ir; • Sjiect.lty.
A called meeting of the city council
wan held Mond iv night for the purpose
Use “White Borax Soap" best in the
of levying the city tax.
maiket, al C. Grissen’s.
Present, Mayor Manning, Cpuncilmen
.High Arm Vertical Feed Davis Sewing Barnekoff, Burt, Griesen, Jones, Tucker
Mochines at Martin 4 Sanders.
and Wright; Recorder Spencer and Mar-
I Woodmen, buy your-saws, axes, Bled- Kauffman.
- y r
ges and wedgeB of Martin 4 Sanders.
■The matter ol the reduction of the as-
Go to G. 8. Wright, dentist, Braly's
sessinent and alioWauce of indebtedness
block, McMinnville, for first-class work.
of Mrs. Ellen Hays was presented to the
Smoke no ‘‘Chinese seenters” but buy council,
“Young Lady ’ eigar, 5cts. at C. Gris
Tucker moved that tlie assessment be
reduced »200 and that »350 indebtedness
- A lull line oT hardware and agricultur
al implements at lowest prices at Martin be allowed; seconded and' carried.
| I Burt moved that the levy for the city
Dr.' E. E. Goucher- was called Tuesday tax be 10 mills, seconded.
to attend Mrs. C. A. Poet, of McCoy, who • Grissen moved affamendment that the
is seriously ill.
._________ ______________ city levy be placed at 8 mills, seconded.
The vote on thq.amendment stood,
Teeth extracted without pain by the
application of local anesthetics. G. 8. nay, Barnekoff, Buit and Wright; yea,
Tucker, GriBSen and Jones. This being
W. T. Booth has secured the scrvieeB a. deadlock the mayor decided the
of Goo. H. Westerfield, one of tlie best amendment question by voting for it.
blacksmiths in tlie state.
L Tljjpltote on I he motion as amended
Rogers 4 Todiftm^n'larger nnmbei1 of was nay Barnekoff, Burt; yea, Tucker,
cigars every we«k than any other firtn. Jones,wiriHseu. Wright.
,<Jn motion council adjourned.
in tlie city. The beat brands to be found
is the attiaction to smokers.
aident... t- ........ u J. W. COWLS
» President., i......... LEE LAUGHLIN
Frits, the. photpgrapher, is in town
shier................................ CLARK DR.ALY and you have only to see specimens of
his work to know that he is a good work
•11« exchange on Portland, San Francisco man.
Call «m hiui, over Redmond’s
terest allowed on time deposits.
Jasper iHovgaard, a native of the Ger-1
Office hours from 9 a in to 4 p m
man empire, declared Ins 1- ten lion of be-
OPPOSITE GRANGE STORE
Tlie total taxable -property of the city
of McMinnville on the fast assessment
. Whr, win alw&y, be fonnd sll tb. latest
foots up to »399.720, tips assessment at 8-
-sfrlM in season.
Aten a nle« line or Basaar
miils will bring into the cilv treasury
Good, such as I. noisily kept la a millinery
store, aud Z would rr.peolfnlly •>. a share id
I will al-o sty lb it I bars
The indebtedness of the city is close
engaged the services of Mrs Siu.ri who will
1 »2500, when paid will leave a balance
coming a citizen of tl(e United States, ol about »700 us tlie city funds with
Monday, before the county clerk of this « liicli so mueli impioveiimut will have
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
to be done.
| A levy of 10 mills would have only
lie Grissen’s Fog Drops for your cold.
Several thousand lobsters have been 1 ; raised a’iioiil
IcMinnville is a better place to invest planted on tills coast by tl.e United ' ' tlie city would have giumbfad at the ex
a Seattle or Tacoma.
States Fish commission. Their destri- tra two mills.
'he farmers of Xaqihill-cdunly Ari! tiution has been general along tlie en
Wlien tlie costs of tlie assessment are
png lots in McMinnville-«,. T''»**yF- tire
j paid tliece. will J h > less than »700 and the
will either have to go-into debt or
Jo paper future for McMinnville, Uut
Preaching in the Methodist rehnrch
B of great giowth and stability. -
Sabbath morning hv the pastor, and at fall bark Ulitm the never failing stundbv,
Jress goods and trjn-.ininga at half night by Mrs. Round. Special meetings the saloons, foi the support ofdlie i-ily.
A LARGE ENTEKPRI8K.
This p,iper ia loudlyTITTavor of the
-very alternoon and evening during tlie
cos at Redmond’« clearance Bale.
city.Buppm tip/ its self and was in favor-
io to Redmond’s ipi your bopts and week. All Welcome.
of tlie full levy of 10 mills. The law Bays A New Planing 'Mill and r-cssiblj Water
while his clearance salejasts.
Dr. G. F. Tucker informed a h
,.. lint no more than 10 milts can tie ievtr.I
Ire sheriff reports dial Vie taxes are on this phperTiiat lieTnTendeiTto build
1 on the pioperiy in the city in one year,
ninvr in slow. Better ^iungle up and this apring. There is some talk aliout so now if another levy ia made we can
Jone* A Co., of thia city arc energetic
reverai new stole buildings to be put up only lev^a two mill tax and tliat will
And nt prices that defy competition.
business men, and willln the very near
just about pay tlie cost of the *>sess-
ien. W. Burt, thewdruggist, has an during the coming summer.
in this issue which will interest every-
Master Frank Powell, the hoy preach- ment, a little more possibly but not
j- i , .property at tfih foot of Third
iv. Read if.
w, ai steen yea rant nge, WTH prem-li at enrnrgh TB it'dTniicli goou.
One thing whieh pleases ns is the mu Jarge new phjnyig^inilL
It will be u
tlie Chr'raiian Church tlie second Sun
tlie opera houSd lias been engaged for
A 'Fifty Thousand Dollar Cannery Al
heel and Pillow case dance, pn Feb. day in February. He ia able, and all vote, each man, just us lie thinks, ijnil large mill capable of furnishinur all the
most Sure to be Built at McMinn
I. The invitations will be out in due arecordially invited to attend hia dis are not afiaii* to get up singly and make finest kind of woodwork to builders in
a kick when the entire sentiment of the tlie county at short notice. Tbe main
Mr. Mahanmrr'tlio’creaniery agent, lias
building will be48xl3 and' three storieH
I you want to see a good job of grain-
Ilook at the finish on the gSjgjyoi k eopiplele stotlk of millinery and a large This is business and as long as they con high/ A one storv w ing or shed will ex informed us that a fifty thousand dollar
tbe court house. It was'put On by assortment Of fringes, felts and fancy tinue to do this the city has no need to tend entirely around the building in nunnery plant is alrAost sure to bo built
goods. Dress paierns ent by the new lie afraid that the interests of the city which to pile lumber in order to^koep it in ttrts city during the coming yeitr.
■ square system. First door south of First will not be looked liter.
With u plant like this McMinnville will
from the weather.
■be clerk of this county has finished National B^n^t, ^ -
The firm have also purchased valuable be the largest manufacturing city in the
of the 52
Thousand» of bushels of fruit go
privileges from the Sax estate reaardin^
General Or»bn, recruiting officer at
Im in tWeouc
eoutv and the boundaries
the water of the Sax ditch; they have to waste amuullv in thia county, and if
all the.surplu.s water lo utilize from the canned would bring a large amount of
numerous applications from volunteers,
ditch and the finn is seriously thinking money into the county.
■Min Hopkina, brother to II. Hopkins lor service in case of war with Germany.
of putting in water works to supply this
Kutavette, died' Saturday, al Wm. He is of the opinion that he coutd raise
They have ample water under
Kris’, on Chelialein mountain. The ' 10,000 men in less than 30 days.
The consolidation of T hs T elephone their control and it conies from a good
K m of his death was a rupture.
All parties having accounts witli C. A. and R egister 'makes a paper with a cir puraraouVce, the mountains. In the near
Snow on tbo mountains.
■Ko decrease in value of McMinnville i Wallace 4 Sou not aettbid will please call
lutnfe it is safe to say that McMinnville
Kperty. It is now selling low. Buy it ; and do so at once, no matter how small culation of over 1300 copies within Yam wpll la; a great manufacturing center.
' The mice are destroying the growing
Kwbtle you can and sell to fieople wllb i an account you owe us, your secount hill county. This is a larger circulation
crop« on the foot hills.
Kats home at a reasonable figure.
must be balanced, as we have to pay for than the combined circulation of the Re
8. B. Cone, of the -highlands, has
our goods, and we shall require the same porter, Herald and Graphic. Advertisers
moved to Salem.
■n T elephone has turned out more , of you.
■ work in the last four weeks than the
will please note this and when wanting to
Frank Rhode« "wield« the birch" in
Khned offices of the county. This i
A spring medicine is needed by every? advertise do so to their advantage through
the Muddy school house.
Kara where the ]>eople go when they ’¡one. Winter food, largely consisting of the yilumns
of T he M c M innville T ei . e -
Butler Delasl.mutt intends to move to
salt meat and animal fats, causes the j~"
wu ’ steb
to do the
to . do
Portland In the spring. _
and furnish as good a paper as the
K W. Talmage, a live real estate man ( liver to become disordered and the blood . work
impure, hence tlie necessity of a cleans support is entitled to, a large steam cyl
John Booth went on a business trip to
KfcMumviile, Yamhill county, came
Yaqvina Bay, and reported business
^Kfesterday morning and spent tl.e ing medicine. The best is Ayer’s barsa- inder press will l>e I ought, also » two-
lively in that part of Oregon. He ia new
^■.witKus—returning on the Telephone
maticaiing on the banks of the Nestucca,
Mbs evening.— Aitoria Transcript.
Andrew Winters and W. M. Mi-Con- der to meet tbe demands made upon us
in Tillamook county.
Kvill not be long before' the horse kev. of East Chehalein, had a fight Fri ter will have to be purchased. The pro
day. Saturday McConkey made Out a
Mr. Wakefield, late of Kansas, and
wk of this county will whnt horse post-
complaint against Winters. Tlie trial prietors leave to-morrow for Portland
neighbor Zig Morgan, moved to W. T.
Call at this office for them for we was held Monday at Lafayette before where the above machinery will be pur
Diev have a contract there to cut 600
Mfarnish them to you cheaper and Justice Olds who fined Winters »5 and chased, and as soon as it can be put u in
cords of wood.
^■rou better work than any office in
the office on C street, the largest, newsi
costs, the total amounting to »17.
est, brightest newspaper ever published
Neighbor Grand soma is working In
Clark’s furniture factory. He has bought
Two cadets at the West Point Military in Yamhill county will be put bef re the
lippears that Jack the Ripper has
uroiierty on College side and will move
Academy had a fight the other day, a
tlw Whitechapel field and is now in
early in the spring.
regular prize fight, over a negro cadet. the peoplecan judge for themselves when
Mon, Jamaica, where he has killed
One of the cadet officers ordered tlie ne they see the first issue of theconeolidate
Last Saturday night, week, onr young
Iwomen and mutilated them in the
gro to sit at another officer’s table, who paper which will appear, if nothing pre
l>eople met al the residence of Mr. Jolly
M manner as those in London. They
resented it. Four very black eye» set vents, op Jfarday next, February 8, 1889.
and enjoyed a genuine old fashioned
lit tbe lowest class.
tled tlie matter.
“hoof rattle," Dancing arid card play
pit paper is independent and does
ing waa .indulged in until .a late hour,
“Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral has given me
Irisnd in with any claBB, gang, or
ft was a\very enjoyable affair and un
pebot stands up for the right and great relief in bronchitis.
doubtedly the jolliest dance of tl.e sea
pt it thinks to be the best interests of month 1 have sent some cf this prepara
ktsnville and Yamhill county. You tion to a lriend suffering from bronchitis
and asthma. It has done him so much
fl boy us politically so don't try.
good that lie writes for more.”—Charles
A private letter from Harney valley in
plwn A. J. Apperson says that bnsi- F. Dumterville, Plymouth, England.
dicates that the scttleis of tliat portion of
piirooil we can believe him even in
Friday night I)r. E. E. Goucher was
Grant county are in favor of division, but
Middle of the winter, because lie ia
l«f the heaviest advertisers in the called to tlie residence of C. Bnily to at
the writer says: "The stockman are al
ktyaod advertises the year through,
most moving heaven and earth to pre
■¡■ess men do likewise and you will ’cramps. While in tbe house 'ns team
w hieli be had tied to the post broke loose
f by it-
ceed in their scheming, as they have no January SO. 1889, Mine Emmu V'anore-
and started for home on the run. They
interest liters save tlie range. The re «lay to Mr. J. T. Pattcraon, by 8. F.
pmdent Harrison’s body guard at the turneil several corners and finally stopp
cent division of Secretary Vilas will com Haidmg, J. P.
■pration will be complied of- the ed near the residence of Dr. 8. A. Young
pletely annihilate Pettr French and Tod-
pbeni of the old 70tli Indiana, of in this city, without breaking a tiling.
hunter 4 Devine in this county, as they
p Harrison was colonel. Mr. Reese The buggy had several narrow escapes,
were holding most of the land in th/
P*. of Newberg, this county, was a missing trees by only about two inches
country *« swamp land; but Vilas Inis
per of the regiment during the en- several times.
completely destroyed their meadow and
winter ranges. By the decision there
The Well Side, published st Independ
will be some 90,000 acre« of land liere
ence, gives a list of Imp growers in Folk
thrown open to settlement, most of
county, and shows Hurt
which is as good farming and meadow
ferent men have hopyard", aggregating
lapd/a* there is in Oregon. I would ad-
34(> acres that averaged 1500 pounds to
Hajrall Who areTn’ near h of a home aud
K-£.nd«old liUcents> up. mg naci o™ =liMt]rV ,
can raise money enough foe six mon11st’
a toUl lricumK oL 1103,800 lrom u'“
were at once given the neverai banke supplies to get here as early as possible
single pniluct.or »300
«« ‘»e drafts but the
in tbe spring. The O. P. R. K., now io
are eight hopyara« near
luí Menlifted. conrse of construction, will
Rii<T»rei>6rt. eleven at «-—■
the ceriter of Ramey valley ere another
at Eola and ..eleven at
y«" ”__________ ' ' .
The largest growers are.pose Bro
twentv-three acre«, at ho.«- H »"J D.
R Hill, eighteen ai res. at .,o,l*‘Pen”
•nee. The average >» n--ar eight acres,
but many sre lese than that.
Tfrt Orefonian M informed hv a gentle-
now being made will
lion of the city PW* J”
Beware of Olalm.wie for Catarrh lh«t
■ Contain Mereary.
MRS. I, BURT, .
For Commercial Men
And General Travel.’
HENDERSON BROS., PROPS.,
W. R. Hearst Editer and Prcprletcr
Notice for PithJJciîSic