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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 6, 1886)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE, '
Frank Collard has added a shooting
gallery to his gun stole, ami has aline
Winchester for you to shoot with.
Yamhill’s Sunday Schools.
Yamhill county has 31 Sunday schools,
according to the repoitat the last con
vention, held at Newberg the fore part
of J une last
We have endeavored to
get the proceedings in full for publica
tion, though it is a little late, so that
our people may see how successfully the
Sunday school work iu Yamhill is car
ried on ; but not being able to get them
in full we give the following, sent to us
by the secretary, Mr Jesse Hobson:
Still We Lead !
N am e of School
Lost or stolen—a No. H gold thimble.
Aug. 4, 1880.
Who ever returns the same to this office
Those wishing to subscribe for the > will be liberally rewarded, ami no ques-
Mrs J. W. Fletcher has been ill but is
T elephone may do so through the fol- - tion asked and no remarks made.
now in a fair way to recovery.
lowi ng persons:
That pump at the corner oi B and
Mr. Frank Hubbard, formerly of Day-
J. M Kelty ............... ........... Lafayette. Fourth still remains ill its useless condi
ton, but now a resident of Independence,
a G. W. Sappington ( . .North Yamhill.
was hero one day last week.
out and dumped into the Yamhill.
'<J. F. Carttle
The fields which a fortnight ago were
W. A. Graves............ ............. Sheridan.
Rev. Dillard Holman will begin a ser
waving with fast ripening grain, are now
R. J.. Simpson............ ................. Amity. ies of meetings at the Christian churel Ii
shorn and bare or thickly dotted with
O.G. Davis .............. ............. Bellevue. on Thursday evening of next week am: .1
gathered sheaves awaiting the coming of
C. 8. Williamson....... .........Wheatland. continue over the following Sunday.
Agents at other points in the county
Sheriff Harris sold wines, liquors and
Mrs. Dr. McDaniel has secured the
will bq announced soon.
cigars formerly belonging to R. C. Gard
t! principalship of the school with Miss
Ella Jones as assistant. Both these la
Kiosteriouii, of Portland, Wednesday.
dies are known as successful, progressive
A. C. Saylor is burning another large
teachers and we deem ourselyes fortun
ate in engaging them.
R. I’. Boise. kiln of brick. This is the second one
Geo. W. Belt
Pros, cuting Attorney
Ex-sheriff Collard’s residence in course
quality and find ready sale in the mar Amity, B't II I. Jones 17
68 18 17 ves
Pleas’tdale A Odell
92 17 16 ves of erection, is taking on quite a lofty ap
R. r. Bird. ket.
E. B. is determined to be
1 B Slilweli (I 49 3<;
J W. Watts.
Rev. J. W. Sellwood and family of Newberg
(¡8 JI ) 00 ves “looked up to,” but let the brother re
B 8 Cook
It. IL Lauirhliu. East Portland, passeit through town W Ch ha’ni M rs J Davi- tl 103
4'i 30 3 3S
member that “he that exaltetli himself
F. N. 1.1 >t le.
Wednesday on their way to Nestucca for Davi.>ii ME V B’niphrv 2*» 129 70 17 80 ves shall be abased,” though we trust not in
8 <8C (ÎO 12 OO ves this case.
M. M Chriv
L. Lougharv. their annual “rusticate.” They will re Westfall
1» J Wood
4 32 30 1 0b no
.1. 8. Hibbs. main a month.
9 25 23 4 2. » no
Again we are called to mourn the
79 17 80 yes death of an esteemed member of our
Mr. Charles Bush, from Perry, Shia Laf. Union .1 W Watts 11!
G. W. Briedwell.
community, Mrs. Martha Moore died
T. .I. Harris. wassee county, is the latest accession to Carl Loii
11 38 25 17 L(* ves
W. W Nelson our population, having arrived here Da vi on Ev. J Winneb’g 19
at her home one mile from Dayton, on
Wyatt Harris. Sunday. He will probably make Oregon N’berg Un.
7 19 32 4 25 ves Monday morning,
* „ 2,18St>.
his future home.
SYam Bap C Skinner 1! 49 39 31 1.3 ves was w as a lady of exemplary Christian
J. I). Fenton.
4 10 ( ?) character, and of remarkably pleasing
D. C. N’nrver.
Mr. Perry, the North Yamhill ware Belevue Un Il <' Burns
houseman, put a new cleaner into his McM Union IJ C Narver U 145 127 56 00 yes and attractive presence, it may be
truly said of her, “none knew her but to
new warehouse to clean the new crop,
'TE L E PII0 N E W1IIS1 ’ E ! 11N G S. on Monday last. Mr. Laughlin will also The balance of tho schools are not re love her.” The revered mother of ten
ported. Sixty delegates attended the children all grown, all honored members
put in a new clbaner.
last convention,and Mrllobson in writing of society, aii rising up to call her bless
us says that the convention was a suc ed, and all bowing with breaking hearts
Very little sickness.
sen from A. (’. Wyndham, we learn that cess in every particular. We are sorry above the clay, still beautiful in death,
’Threshers are thick.
he is in The Dalles, doing well at his old i that we are unable to present a lull and and giving sympathy and condolence to
business. Art. is a “buily boy” and we complete showing of all the schools.
tho aged father in his sorrow and loneli
Getting fearfully smoky.
hope his success may be continued.
ness. They have the heartfelt sympa
All kinds of repairing done on short
Hops, from 25 to 35 cents.
At the Warehouses.
Williams, the evangelist, is still at
Repairing of (Juns, Pistols and
Wheat, 60 cents per bushel.
Sewing Machines a Specialty.
work in Walla Walla. He finds no
scarcity of material and has lessened the
Business at the warehouses at this
All bustle at the warehouses.
ranks of the sinners since his stay to place is rather slack, as yet, still tvery- dead she yet speaketh.” The funeral
In connection with the shop.
services were conducted by Professor 8.
Johnny Shobe’s hand liealetb.
the number of 75.—East Oregonian.
thing is in readiness to push things when A. St irr of Willamette University, assist
■olt Nelson under the weather.
Mr. J. E. Hubbard came up Tuesday the rush begins. The engines are all ed by Revs. Post and Hoberg.
M c M innville bathsi
and commenced taking stock in the Root repaired; the belts have been newly
Read Burt’s new advertisement.
C ornet .
grocery store, but that night was taken
Having bought out A. C. Wyndham, 1 am
Several steppers in training for the ill and has since been confined to his laced; huge piles of wood lie at the
As E ve S ore .—On Fourth street, be
prepared to do all work in first-class style.
mouths of the furnaces; the cleaners tween B «nd C stands an old rookery
Lafayette home. Rather unfortunate.
Ladies’ and children’s work a specialty.
Hot and Cold Baths always ready for tacts.
“Dag days.” Keep out of the water,
Mr. W. J. Simonds and family left have the fans properly adjusted, while that was evidently built and occupied
Every Man an Artist.
yestciday for Spokane Falls, where Mr. competent hands are employed to over by Noah’s family just after the flood,
Mr. Cook is getting the Central in ap S. will engage in business. Billy has see the different compartments about and which has therefore become useless.
O. H. JETLENLINTG-,
been one of Yamhill’s best citizens in the houses. An occasional load comes
Third St. near C.-McMinnville, Or. Itf
The only thing that it appears to be good
Manning A Co., have a few ot those days gone by aud we hope to see him do straggling in and the machiner.v is put for is to protect the boya from sight
fine buggies left.
McCormick and Deering
in motion long enough to run it through when they wish to steal away ar.d smoke
The floor of the bridge spanning the
Bee d issolution notice of Shobe &
swale near “Riverside Farm” gate and then “hostilities” cease until the
needs to be straightened and fastened “next lucky man” shall arrive. At Gal til st thing we know up will start a blaze
Mr- Vanatta of Yaquina, has been in down. We dislike to see good horses loway & Cook’s house we find about and away goes the whole business block
as it stands close to the south end of
thaci.ty on a visit.
frightened to death by the racket and 2000 bushels; at Redmond’s about 3500 —
Grouse seem to be plentiful, but they flying up of planks.
none to report as yet. The wheat that just as well for the owner of this old
are hard to capture.
Dr. T. A. Winter’s tytrd appears lias been brought in is beautiful to be house to tear it down, us it is good for
Tommy is really handsome since clip among our advertisements to-day. The hold, the kernels being exceptionally nothing as it stands?
Dr. comes in our midst with glowing large and plump and as bright as any
ping his moustache.
recommends from those we know to be gold you ever saw. And it is a source
Lawn party at Mrs. C. F, Talmage’s straightforward men, and no doubt will of satisfaction to see how clean it is as
next Wednesday evening.
secure a large practice here.
compared with that of former years.
Fresh roasted peanuts at II. H. Welch's.
The Leader in Millinery
Old oats are quoted at 45 cents in
Next Wednesday evening the ladies of The warehouse business will continue
Portlr.nd ; new 38@40 cents.
St. James’ Guild will give a lawn party slow through this week, but by a week
HAIR WEAVING and STAMPING.
Ice cold and genuine lemonade at II.
from this time all our warehousemen
Opposite Grange Store, McMinnville.
W I. Westerfield, of the Register, at the residence of Mrs. C. F. Talmage. will be getting hot—if not more so.
was in to see us Wednesday.
George Cornet is the efficient and gen
at McMinnville, and a good time is
Religious Services-Sunday Next. tlemanly artist in Welch'» Toneoral Par
Sphy Ford’s finger that he run through promised. Everybody invited.
a «elf-binder, is about healed.
lors, after August 6.
Chestnut, the man who was mistaken
St. James’(Episcopal) church. Rev.
Dr. Howard and wife go up 'o the Nes- for Saunders, at Walla Walla, and was
The Leading lintel of Mimili«.
Blackburn & Peckham have just re
C. Fair, rector. Services on Sun ceived and are unpacking a fine lino of
tuck to-day to spend several days.
pulled and cat-hauled around for several John
$1 and $2 House. Single meals 25cts.
summer dieas goods, hosiery Ac. *
We noticed Mrs. G. G. Bingham of days, now turns up in Yamhill. He is a e cordially invited to attend.
Fine Sample roomn for Commercial Me«.
engaged in cutting bands for Jack Iiel-
Saltm, on our streets Wednesday..
For a square meal go to the St. Charles
Services at St. James* (Catholic) —only 25 cents.
yer, north of this plaee. Men of note all
f mnw, ¡’nip.
That miserable, rickety old walk on C go from or come to Yamhill, you tee.
church at 11 a. m. Sunday school at
street between Fourth and Filth I
The firm has changed, but the low
2:30. Rev. J. S White, pastor.
A party at the residence of T. 8. Patty
prices at S. A. Manning A Co’s, are the Some goo<l( ?) church members to the con-
Dr. G. F. TUCKER,
Dr. E. A. McAllister, of Eugene City, on Wednesday evening in honor of the
C. P. church.—Services at the usual same as before.
visited friends in town this week.
Subject for forenoon
17th birthday of his daughter Laura was hours Sunday.
|2 75 buys a clothes wringer at S. A.
The frame of J. W. Gault's new resi well attended by her large circle of discourse, “IIow to touch God’s eye.”
M c M innville
O regon .
young friends, and the evening passed Subject for evening discourse, a varie Manning & Co's.
lience is up. It will be a fine one.
Office—Two doors east of Bingham's
off very enjoyably. The T elephone of gated assortment of tongues.” All are
M iss Gillie Shobe has gained several fice was remembered with a basket of invited and made welcome to these ser
find ready sale by applying to
Laughing Gas administered for painless
pounds in flesh since going to Sodaville niee fruit and cake, and we join the vices. T. II. Henderson, pastor.
F. K louchek .
T^je Only First Class,
Mr. I .ewis, fireman on the McMinn rest of her friends, in wishing her many
ville special, takes a month’s vacation.
Preaching as usual. Subject for 11 a. m. well to consult Blackburn A Peckatn be And the only parlor-likc shop in the city.
Littlefield & Galbreath,
Under date of July 30th Prof. B. L. “True spiritualism.” For 7:30 p. tn., fore Belling as they pay the highest
The latest draft is from Newport and
None but first-class workmen em
is for $5. Tim will probably make it
prices in the county.
writes lion. W. J. McConnell of this welcome. Seats free, and strangers par
Ml MlNN VILLE A LA FAY ETTE, Or.
Fine photographs at the lowest prices. First Door South of Yamhill County
county: “Please allow me respectfully ticularly invited to worship with us.
R. C. Gardner in town yesterday.— to ask your earnest attention to the in G. J. Burchett, pastor.
.1. F. t’lilbrci th. M. 11. « luce over Yamhill
All work warranted at Sanders & Mar
Bunk, McMinnville, Oregon.
He's “ drumming” now fob a Poatland terests of the Ag; ¡cultural college. Can
II. It. Littlefield, M, D. office on Main
vou not send us a few students from
“Secure the shadow ere ths substance
street, Lafayette, Oregon.
fades” by getting your photgraphs taken
Now just listen, and j’on'll hear a fear Yamhill?” Under the law there is one
H. H WELCH.
The wheat yield throughout the coun at Sanders A Martin’s gallery near the
ful racket Saturday evening. See if you student allowed for each representative
from each county. This would entitle ty is most prolific. In this section from furniture store.
Yamhill to three students.
Best meal in the city for 25 cents, at
30 to 45 bushels per acre has been re
The T ei . ei ’HONE is the best advertising
N. W. Corner Second and B Sts.,
the McMinnville Hotel.
The meeting of the city council Tues
medium in Yamhill county for Yamhill
day didn’t count. Cause—the council ported to us ; from the southern portion
Blackburn A Peckham, the agents of I
men were scattered to the four winds, as of the county we hear the same, while Chas. H. Dodd A Co., are doing the
' Quartettes, duets, solos, guitar solos, it were. G. W. Jones was at Nestucca, from the North Yamhill we hear of boss machine business of the county,
at his of.be when not al »ent
<>n professional business.
■Stef, at the Lawn Party, next Wednes Wm. Campbell, at Yaquina, D. C. Nat- but few fields that, have yielded less sold some 25 twine binders and two
ver, harvesting. T. A. Turner, up in the than 35 bushels, while several fields steam threshers.___ _ ___
G<> to the lawn party, Wednesday a«cade mountains and Dr. G. F. Tuck- went up into the 40ties. Considerihg
Ox H and Y et ,—We have on hand yet
evening and get your foilune told b> ■ ■ at Yaquina, left only city dad—8. A. all reports Yamhill county will this year twelve backs, buggies, pheatons and
’binning—at home to watch over the turn out a heavier yield and a better
carriages, out of tliiity we imported last PIONEER BRICK
destines of r»ur beautiful little citv. But
of grain than for years past. snring. Any one wanting a rig can
PHYSICIAN A- SURGEON,
July had two new moons this year. then he could hold things level, because quality
One came on the 1st and the other on he had the assistance of Mayor Cowls, I, bushel, oh man 1
Recorder Spencer and Marshal Kaufman.
the 31st of the month.
Office at residence on D stree t. All calls
8. A. M ann . no A C o .
promptly answered day or night.
Our friend J. Harvey Henderson re
Mrs. Newby, her daughter Rosa, and
Mrs Coomer, of Salem came down turned from the coast Monday, looking
To the Farmer.
sunbrowned and hearty, and reported
Wednesday, on a visit.
Oregon, W. D. F enton .
Officers and members H. & L. Co. No.
F. W. F enton .
leaving the balance of the party in the
X)r. Galbreath is hippy. His family same
1, a special meeting of this company will
Who has just finished burning a kiln
FENTON A FENTON,
is now with him. "There’s no place will follow to-day. On bis return Mr. be held on Tuesday, August 10th at 7 :30 thoroughly renovated and overhauled
like home.” Eh, Doc?
Henderson brought over some fine trout p. tn., at their hall, for the purpose of the Fellows* warehouse at McMinnville, TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND!! ATTOBITEYB AT
Jas. McCain, Esq., of the firm of Mc- caught out of Slab creek by Judge •Feting delegates to the State Tourna recently purchased by them and are now
Crn A Hurley, the Lafayette attorneys, IxHigharj’ and Clerk Briedwell, and four ment. By order of
ready to receive grain. They will clean largest and best brick in the county, av
of the finest ot them found their way to
W«s n town Wednesday.
C has . G rissen , President.
<> filer—Nr a* the Court Ifoune.
store at Scentr., ar.d will tie ready
table. “Good!” did you say? Ob,
, If a man thinks he can judge the hour our
no! we guess not. It makes us msd all
M arried .—Mr. August Paulus and in cash , .'■’acks kept on hand an<; sold
py engine whistles these days, be’B off. over
to think that we cannot be over Miss Carrie Zuchau were united in the to
They whistle all the time.
farmers at the lowest rates. This is a
there with the boys.
perfectly responsible firm, and those
Freddie I’angasser bad one of his fin-
There was a pleasant gathering at the bonds of holy matrimony, at Dayton, having grain to sell or store, nr in need
Real Estate ¡¡ml Insuranre Agrit.
•geis badly jammed in the cogs of a Bau- residence of Mr. and Mis. A. J. Apper- Tuesday last, August 3d, by 8. R. Bax of
sacks, should call and see them, tf
■agc grinder, on Wednesday.
son on Tuesday evening as a farewell ter, J. P. Mr. Paulus has resided here
Conveyoncin;-and Abstracts a specialty.
Collecting attended to promptly.
> ’ l.'ncle” George Bangasser, who has party to Mrs. Alonzo Wood and daugh for several years and is well known in
Notice to Farmers,
Otile«—Manning's Building M St.
be< confined to the house for so many ter, of the Sound country, who took their this section; the bride arrived from Iowa
Stiller A Daniel, proprietors of the
months, was able to be out one dav this departure Wednesday- The ladies have about tlire» m mths since, and is a very
paid their relatives at this place a very
Lafayette Mills and Warehouse, desire
visit during the past two nice appearing ladv. The happy couple to inform the farmers of this vicinity
^J'.lderF. D. Holman will hold servicesat pleasant
months. From here they went to String
8hcridan next Sunday, morning and town where thev will spend a few days little home south of town. The T kle - that their improvements are now com
•Vi ning. and the Saturday evening pre and then goon home. A Isrg* number phokk wishes tuem all the joy and hap pleted, and arc ready to clean and store
of friends and relatives attended the piness possible. Gus will not be so
, iAdverti.sers will remetr.l>er that the farewell party, delicate rr freshments onesome any more; hie bachelor home anv amount of wheat that may be bro'i
U l Stair3 in Adams' Building.
T ri . kpho NK reaches its readers twice a were served and a most pleasant evening w ill be made a perfect little paradise for to them, at 3 cents per pnshel. Their
facilities for handling grain, are not ex-
week and is therefore of double benefit was spent. May the ladies reach tiieir him.
homes in safety.
celled anywhere in the county. They
Y amihll T imber .—Mr. A. Kimsey are guaranteed as Cheap Freight Rates
^Bdr. W. J. Simonds has traded his
Mr. James Houck says that the pre
property on Third, between B and C, to vailing idea that corn cannot be raised has gathered together a fine collection of by rail, as from ony other point in this
Hon. J. S. Hibbs fora band of cattle in Oregon is all bosh; that every vear woods such as are med in th« cabinet vicinity, besides having the advantage
•Os' of the mountains.
he raises a fine patch that yields well. business, to send east among the Oregon of competition be boat during lioating
M c M innville , OREGON.
season. They are also prepared to loan
jM. ssrs H. F. Bedwell, Geo. D. Ed- This year he has a piece of five acres exhibits. He has fifteen varieties, as sacks
this sea-on. a« heretofore, to their Always on bund *1 e best quality of Beef,
wx ds, J. A. C. Freund and W. A. that he says will yield 40 bushels per follows: White fir, barberry, crab ap- | cuetomers.
They desire to call particu Mutton, Pork, und
Howe, four of North Yamhill's best citi- acre. Mr. Houck also says that this is
the best way to work land up. Instead >le. maple knot, yellow fir, laurel, hem- lar attention to their security against
■Bri- were in town Tuesday.
of summer-fallowing and letting the ock. balin, curley ash, maple yew, oak, risk by fire, as they have no ezp>ir<ure to
M George Terry, father of our towns land lie idle, put it into corn or potatoes white ash and cedar, These woods were their main wareliou«e nearer than 115
man, I. C. arrived from Iowa about ten and work it thoroughly. This he has all gathered from various portions of feet, while the boiler and engine are
R s ago. and has turned off some work tried several years anil finds it one of Yamhill county, and we think will make nearly 180 feet distant. Bast experience
Highest prices paid for all kinds of fat
lathe blacksmithing line that is truly the best fertilizers. Besides this, it as favorable a showing in that line as ought to convince farmers that thia is no stock.
I small matter, as it gives those who
prising and shows him to bo a first keeps down noxious weeds and filth that any othea county in the union.
I store with them a cheap rate of insur
cass workman. Th«* old gentlemen is accumulates where the land is merely
GIVE ME A CALL.
The original Rebecca at the Well at ance, and but small risk if they ’ do not
74 years old but takes hold with the vim turned over and lies idle. Mr. Hon<-k
8 citer A th ANIEL.
’»■one thirty years younger. Go and has 75 acres of wheat that he estimates
Tli* Bert Big" in the City.
! July ?7—ml
W. F. BANGAH8F.R
ftc some ot bis work in vteel
prvw’ptli illisi.l»l m mt. •< night
will yield 2,001) bushels.
And we propose to keep it
by constantly adding to our already large
stock of Drugs, Medicines, Stationery, Etc.
everything in our line of business that can
be called for.
Physicians will find our stock complete
in every respect.
Remember that we make a snecialty of
Prescriptions, and we are receiving them
from all parts of the county, and are filling
them at the lowest possible price.
ROGERS & TODD,
BINDERS and MOWERS
The Cheapest Goods
in the World.
St. Charles Hotel,
Physicians & Surgeons,
II. V.V. Johnson M.D.
S. A. Young, M. I),
.A.. C. Saylor !
Chas. W. Talmage,
C E. DETÎÆEHING.
All Kinds of Meat
Logan 3roA & Henderson,