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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 1, 1886)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
We have engaged the ser vires of 31 r. A.
V. IL Snyder to take charge of our local
.^nd editorial «lepartmeutn. He needs no
Introduction to the people of Yamhill.
Those wishing to subscribe for the
T elei ’ iione may do so through the fol-
.1. M. Keltv . ............... ............ Lafayette.
G. W. Sappington 1
J. L. Castle
W. A. Graves............... ............ Sheridan.
R. L. Simpson............. ................. Amity.
•O. G. Davis ................. ............ Bellevue.
(J. S. Williamson......... ........ Wheatland.
Agents at other points in the county
Will be announced soon
<) 1 ’ FI C IA L
DI it ECTO 11 Y.
Till KD DISTRICT.
R. P. Boi“».
Geo. \V. Belt.
R. P. Pird
J. W. Watt“.
F. N. Little.
J. S. Hibbs.
G. W. Pried well.
T. J. Harris.
W. W. Nelson.
\\ vatt Harris.
School Supt................... . J. A. C. Freund.
J. D. Fenton.
I). C. Narver.
TE L E PHON E Will SPERI NG S.
New moon—a big one.
“Isn’t the water awlul?”
Indian War Veterans meet to-day.
Work on the new bake oven pro
Days and nights about of a “same-
F resh roasted peanuts at H. II.
Farmer»1 are “whooping in” the sum-
Wes Wallace has returned home from
Helyer's steam saw cuts 25 cords of
wood per day.
Gen. Chris. Taylor, of Dayton, in
Mme rock is being crushed on Third
For a square meal go to the St. Charles
—only 25 cents.
Band of Hope at the M. E. church to.
morrow at 2 p. m.
Portland Mechanics’fair opens next
Feels a trifle like rain. But who
doesn’t know that?
Best meal in the city for 25 cents, at
the McMinnville Hotel.
Hear the saw and hammer, Do you
know what that means?
And still wheat drops a trifle, Buyers
were offering yesterday 65 cents.
From the econd story of the new ho
tel you can see “all over.”
Hon. Lee Laughlin, of Notth Yamhill
was up to see us yesterday.
Yesterday was Jewish holiday and
Mr. Bettman's store was closed.
The 7 o'clock whistle at the mill starts
people pretty early now-a-davs.
All “in a heap” everybody wants to
get the w inter’s wood under cover.
Letter heads, bill heads, etc., put up
in tablets at the T elephone job office.
C. W. Talmage returned Wednesday
evening from a business tiip tol*m tla id.
Mr. B. B. Branson, of Mill Creek,
Polk county, was in the city yesterday.
Our sick folks still im irove. except
Mr Bangaaser, who gradually grows
Mr Wm. T.aucblin, one of North
Yamhill’s solid citizens, was in town
Rev. J S. White will hold services at
St. Patrick’s church, on the Mudd;,
Tommy Rogers wa quite ill Wednes
day ; but proper treatment brings h ii
out all l ight.
Jim McPhillips has more ami larger
pears than anybody, on his farm south
west of town
It is said that J. F. Peterson will soon
erect a building on h:s lots at the corner
of Third and E.
Mr. O. O. Hodson intends to take a
trip back to his old Indiana home some
time next month.
Our young friend Miles Hend' ick has
brought up at Colfax, W T., where h-
will probably remain.
A son of Mrs. Yager, of Happy Vai
ley, was taken suddenly ill Tues lav
evening, but under the care of Dr
Young has recovered.
Read the dissolution notice of Booth
Rros. C. C. Booth goes io Yaquina
kvhere lie has taken up a place; but N
8 says Yamhill is good enough fm him
and he will stay right here.
One of Charlev Bynum’s horttes back
ed out of hi« stall a dav or two since,
and had a leg broken bv a kick from in-
other horse. The puoraniinal h id to Be
killed and drawn to the bonevaid.
Lyle Wright and Delos Unde-wood
have recently taken a good jannt in
quest of game—going to Mt Hebe and
other point.« on the Nestmca They
didn't find much game, but hyu fish.
We understand that mixed trains will
take the place of the separate pa««enget
and freight trains on the O. P. 'or winter
service The same change is also ta’ke I
of on the west side road.—Albany Her
Nearly every place of note in the
country has raised something for the
Charleston sufferers. Why cannot Mc
Minnville do something in this direc
tion? Every mito will be thankfully
College Day next Sunday at the Bap
Mr. W. II. Harrison, ol Amity, was
down last evening.
A. V. R. Snyder has moved into the
Campbell house on the corner ot Sec
ond and I) streets.
Talk about your art palaces! Those
decorated windows at Delurerings knock
them all crooked.
A footrace is being arranged between
W E Martin of this place and II \V
Odell of Salem.
George Cornet is the efficient and gen-
tlemanly artist in Welch's Tonsoiul Far-
lore, after August 6.
C. S. Hubbard, of Lafayette, the best
supervisor in Oregon, was up to see us
yesterday. He went away happy.
John Knight, the sewing machine
agent, opens his new office on Third
street near Booth’s blacksmith shop, to
An Ugly Looking Case.
i ¡¡Uil, Litri i d UUT I
Listen While we Play»
4 a i Ln
In tlio Union Scout of August 14. wo
find tho following regarding tho death of
Mrs. W. Morris, written by Lor brothers
»September 20, 1880.
Items of inteieat are scalee liete at
Henry and lluey Lynch. As all parties
interested in this case are well known in present.
Grandma Butt fell the other day and
Yamhill—parents of deceased now re
hurt herself, She thinks she bioke a
siding here—wo reproduce the article :
“Mr. Morris hired a Miss Mary Lynch,
Unroh & Buckley have packed about
of .McMinnville, to come up to Dayton two hundred barrels of salmon up to
and keep bouse for him and his children. date.
She worked fur him one year and then
Potatoes are splendid in bore. They
he married her. They were married six
weeks, and then her mysterious death go from four hundred to five hundred
came—May 16, claimed by husband, rel bushels per acre.
atives and doctors, poison, self-adminis
Kreps Bros are going to put a hand
tered. And now, proof has to be given saw in tbeir mill tins fall, then they will
of any evidence whatever that she took be prepared to furnish lumber of all
this poison by her own hand.-1, as the kinds.
only bottle of poison of any kind that
Elmer Smith lias returned from the
was found in the house was found locked Big
Bend country. He says he likes the
up the trunk where she hud put it to coast
better, for our weather is better
keep it from the children. The trunk and wood
is more plentiful.
was locked and keys in a second room
A. D. Sanders and family are back
Ex-postmaster D. II. Turner has been from where she died. She was so'sick
tip from Portland for several days, visit that day, fioin some cause, that «he was with us again. They look as natural as
ing friends and relatives. He is looking not up or about, and her husband claims | ever after an absence of two year. Ev
the poison was wra jjicd just as he gave , erybody is glad to see them ‘
it to put away. Dr. Kenedj’ had been
Rev. W. Butt preached hare to-day
Wm. Dunean and family, who have doctoring her just previous to her death,
been visiting here for several weeks said she told him and others that she to a small congregation.. He starts for
past, will leave for California in a week would rather take strychnine than to Sheridan and Ballston next Friday,
he will hold services on Sunday
or ten days.
bear a child. We found no other per where
There will be a social dance at Band son to say that she said this, and when
A. I). Sanders challenged Squire I.or-
Hall Saturday evening. All respectable “lie was exhumed the surgical do tors
people are invited ; no drunks allowed. said she was not pregnant, and if she ance to a debate on the subject of
had said such it seems as if her husband Christ’s Literal Kingdom on Eeath.”
C om .
would have heard her talk of such. She Tlie squire accepted
the challenge, All
Supt. Freund is away on business; had the niumps anil was quite Hick for n the citizens of Yamhill are invited, Ad-
but under the cate of J. J. Spencer, week Washing had to be done, and mittanco $0.
teachers can get their certificates all the ioap made, and she did both with her
John and Sam Hook went out last
jaws tied up. She was never well any
Friday to have a little sport and they
What in the old scratch is that big, more, but sewed up to the day of her run on to a black bear. They shot him
overgrown plank left crosswise on the leatli, to get ready to go on a visit to then the dogs got into a fight with the
—Have just received—
Cozine creek bridge for? And why those McMinnville, and had sent dow n to the wounded boar and iuii him to bay in a
store the day before for samples to pick
piles of plank?
canyon. John thought that he
» dress from, Which shows that she did bushy
Mr. T. A. Turner says that under cer not contemplate sclt-desti uct'on, or taik- woul.l go in and kill the bear, but the
tain circumstances it is next to impossi- ■■d in such a way as it in claimed. A bear got hul l of him and hurt him bad.
b e to persuade Charley Palmer to Keep ladv friend Was in about four o’clock, chewing his l»gs severely. He called
lor help and Sam went to his assistance,
liis seat on a wagon.
rnd no other person was with her no: | putting
his gun against the bear’s side
Farmers having wool to sell will do ■ ’hildien, and she was quite sick in bed. lie fired. The bear then left John and
well to consult Blacxburn & 1 eckani be Her friend stayed a short time and wen; commenced fighting the dogs, and Sam,
Suitable for Pall and Winter wear.
fore Belling as they pay the highest iionie, but returned about eight o’clock again fired, shooting lnm through the
Marie of the BEST MATERIAL
and asked Mrs. Morns how she felt, who
prices in the county.
and by WHITE LABOR.
lie then went for help to carry
replied she felt bitter. .Mr. Joe Morris heart.
All G oo <1 r Warranted a.i Represented*
“Uncle Dan” Holman will move liis and w ife were there and this friend did John and his antagonist home. They
Boots made to order and neatly repaired at, short notice. Sign of the Big Boot, oppo
family to town in a few days for school not stay long. They stayed awhile live at Sand Lake.
site the Grange Store.
P. F. BROW a ’E.
pur poses—provided lie can find a house; longer and went to her bedside, blit as
A unt S usan .
and we guess he can.
she was asleep they did not arouse her.
Messrs. Booth and Cooper intend to Her husband gave hot a powder before lieliftions Services-Sunday Next.
B Street Catastrophe.
build an engine before long that will lie went to bed, (clainiirig it to be calo
“lay it over” the best of them, and one
St. James’ church. Rev. John C.
be ran to the house of a near neighbor, Fair, rector. Services 11 a. m., and
that a man not a millionaire can buy.
and when the lady came, she was in 7:39 p. m .
Attendance at the public school nov spasms First lady’s husband rm in
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
numbers upwards of 200. The prinei*- and sai 1 ,“Mv God. what is the matter?”
Friday evening services at 7:30 p. tn.
pill is highly pleased at the outlook, a« His wife stiid, “Go for Dr Fatten, or Seats free. All are cordially invited to
it promises a most excellent school year. anyone.” He started on the run and attend.
had got as far as the bridge, about a
C. P. church. Services at the usual
Manning & Co. have met with so hundreds yards distant, when W. A.
much better success than they expected Morris called him back.
When his hours. Subject for forenoon discourse,
with their car load of stoves from St. brother Joo came he mked him if he “An answer to the Question’ ‘Who will
Louis, that they ordered another lot to should solid for Dr. Kenedy. He said show ns any Good?’ ” Subject for even
ves. She was having spasms all this ing discourse, “Gems of Truth from the
l’oets, or Poetic aids to Divine Revela
Geo. Goulet has moved into the resi time. When the doctor came he seemed tion.”
T. 11. H enderson , Pastor.
lience lately occupied by L. Shobe and to bo confused or something seemed to
M. E church—services will be held
W. F. Collard has taken his gun store be tlie matter. They said he seemed
into the room vacated by the former on not to dn what he might have done. She at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. nr.
Who hai on hand
should give her some, the doctor said ple. Subject, “Increase of Knowledge.”
Rev. Fair held services at the Gopher ves. When she attempted to give her Subject of evening discourse, "Worldly
A LARGE HUKBER OF 3RICK
Valley school house, last Sunday even some it brought on spasms. The doctor Wisdom never Discovered God.”
ing. The building was well filled and was asked again if she could have water.
All are cordially invited.
And is ready to fill all orders for the
the attention was deep, lie baptized He said yes and again she went into
R ev . H. P. S atchwell , Pastor.
largest and Lest brick in the county, a.
a spasm. Now, this is asked: If he
she had strychnine from the mo
From $5 to $ß por Tkousaad
Mr P. W. Morgan, of North Yamhill, knew
ment lie entered the house, why did he Lord’s day at the Christian church.
Phil.—“Ohl mv head aches so; T was
was in the city yesterday an I ma le us a say she could have water instead of ad Sunday schol every Sabbath at 3 o’clock. driving
visit. He says farmers in his section ministering some antidote? We wouid
dropped into that chuck-hole and threw
are doing but little in the way of plant like to know how and who he got the in
To the Farmer.
mo out, and I struck my bead against
ing wheat. Too dry.
formation from, in twenty minutes after
that big rock.”
Messrs. !■'. Barnekoff & Co., have
Pete—“Wliat diJ yon come this way
Mr Eli Branson, of Sheridan, was in liis arrival, that she had secretly self-
town Tuesday and paid us a visit.
Mr . administeied this poison. This is on liis thoroughly repo'vated and overhauled for? didn't you know this was the worst
in the county, right here in town?”
Branson says we “fibbed” about him.
the Fellows’ warehouse at McMinnville, road
Phil.—“Yea, I knew it; but I had to
Only a few acres ot his wheat yielded 50 being taken up it is claimed strychnine
J. M. CHAPMAN, Pro.,
this wa v, or go three miles around.
bushels to the acre.
er believe it was administered by her ready to receive grain. They will clean So 1 thought I could miss some of these
a full stock of Furniture, of all
Blackburn A I'eckliam, the agents of own hand until other evidence is given
holes; but it can't be done,”
kinds, Fine Bedroom »Seis, Mirrors,
Chas. II. Dodd & Co., are doing the to prove different. Another singular and store at 3 cents, and will be ready
Mouldings, Wall Papers, Etc., Etc.
boss machine business of the county, thing in this case is: After having 1 to buy and pay the highest price going, home. If these fellows liavn’tgot on-
sold some 25 twine binders and two written statement, made by her hus in cash . Sacks kept on hand and sold terprise enough to fix such streets, we’ll
band, relatives and friends, printed in to farmers at the lowest rates. This is a go some« hete else to do our trading.”
------- A full line of-------
two or more papers of Dayton, not one perfectly responsible firm, and those
Billiards at the “Orphan's Home” 15 of her relatives received or knew the having grain to sell or store, or in need
A Verdict Unanimous.
cents per game of 34 points; 20 cents for cause of her death until a month after df sacks, should call and see them, tf
5i) points, and 25 cents for 50 points ward, when one of her brothers was
»Sult, Druggist, Bippus. Ind., testi
when one player discounts the othei.
»Store, one door south of bridge, Sheridan,
Bncklen’s Arnica - . lve,
passing through and got hold of one of
fies: “I ian recommend Electric Bitters as Oregon.
II. II. W elch .
the papers. One of his relatives wrote
The best salve in the world for cuts,
Those having mattresses, lounges or to her father that the doctor said she
mv other furniture they wish upholster died of liver and kidney complaint. bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fevpr took six bottles, and was cured of r’»enn¡a-
HERE WE ARE AT LAST I
ed will bear in mind that E. B Fellows, When ho receive-! tlie papers and true sores, tetter, chapped bands, chilblains, tisni
of 1') years’ standing.” Abraham
the furniture in in, has a first class up cause of het death he was 'earfully corns, ami all skin eruptions, and posi Hare, druggist. Bellville. Ohio, affirms:
— Harness at the—
holster who will remain but a few days. shocked, and went immediately and had tively cures piles, or no pay required. ‘‘Tlie best selling medicine I have ever
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
tho decision that the strychnine was in tion, or money refunded.
Price 25 tric Bitters ” Thousands of others havo
Complaint comes to us of the bad con her stomach, unless her husband or cents per box. For sale by Rogers & added their testimony, so that the verdict
is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure
dition of the bridge over the Rogers doctor can give some evidence that she Todd.
all diseases of the liver, kidneys or blood.
swale, northwest of town. A gentle took it with her own hands. Anil now.
man who crossed It Monday says his we will leave the reader with tbeir
Notice to Delinquents.
Todd’s drug store.
horse stepped through the planking thoughts in this case.”
twice. It should be repaired at once.
Notice is hereby given that the delin
N ew C omers .—Mr. John Evenden,
Step into W T Booth's shop and tell who three or four weeks ego went'to quent taxes for the year 1883, 1884 and
Great excitement has been caused in the Buggy Harness from $12.00 and upward.
i:n> you wml to see that back-action
1885 must bo paid witlffn tho next 15 vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable Team Hames from $25.00 and upward.
linible-eccenli ic mai hine he lias made New York to meet some relatives on
I have also something entirely new in the
or cutting i on. It lesembles a pruning their wav from England to old Yamhill, days, or property will be levied upon recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who Was ho line of sweat pads.
100k ai"l will el p a quaitei-inch rod as arrived back one week ago Wednesday, and sold tor the payment of said delin helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise ( Aly terms are CASH, or notes that ran
quent tax, by virtue of warrant issued his head; everybody said he was dying of
sleek as Vou please. Billy’s a genius.
-eptember 22 1. There came with him out of county court.
consumption. A trial bottle of Dr. King’s he turned into cash.
It is a little cheeky to see those «In th ee young gentlanien, brothers ot his
T. J. H achis ,
New Discovery was sent him. Finding re
ire not subscribers to a paper grab onto wife, named t'aw“ton, direct from Kent,
lief, he bought a large bottle and a box of
Sheriff of Yarnbill Co.
Dr. Kings New Life Pills; by the time he
it and devonr all its contents and the’ England, and it is their intention to
had taken two boxes of pills aiid two bottb-s
growl at some item that does not suit
the Discovery, he was well and had
them If yon steal the news, devon> Evenden is at present ih search of a removed his gunsmith shop, shooting of
in flesh thirtv-six pounds.
it then and keep quiet. We stand ready farm of sav a half section somewhere gallery and all, to the room one door gained
bottles of this Great Discovery for
Next to Yamhill County Bank.
to accede to the demands of subscribers, near .McMinnville, where they can all
Consumption free at Rogers A Todd’s. 2
O rkuom .
are live energetic fellow,“, and we hope or two will lie ready for business in flrst-
Roswell B. Lamson, deputy clerk of will find a farm that will please them.
List of Letters.
the United States court, ar ¡veil Ira ',:
The Largest and Finest Stock ever brought
Following is the list of letters remaining
yesterday from a tinee waeks’ hunting
to Yamhill County.
I): r>—In McMinnville, Or., Septem the patronage given him by the people
trip in the mountains in the vicinity of ber 28, 188(1, after an illness of about of thia place, and hue added for their in McMinnville Postofflce at McMinnville,
the South Yamhill. The young gentle
benefit, a new Ballard rifle, and when Oregon. Oct. 1. 1886:
Boots and Shoes made to order and neatly
man reports plenty of game and fish, two weeks, Mr. James Heath. His ail lie gets liis target set at 60 to 89 feet, Alderman, J W.
and among the trophies of the chase
brought back was a large deer skin. — campanied bv hemorrhage of the bo«-- markmanship. It yon have any broken Bowers, E
Prices to the Bedrock.
els and the main cause of his death, guns, pistols, or anything in that line Brown, Miss Minnie McGum, J B
which was sudden, w.is peroration of Frank is prepared to repair tliern in a Cooper, John
Miss Jennie D. Whitlow, of Divton. th» bowels. Mr. Heath hail not been
Cook. Miss M A
«as reientlv m i tied to Mr. Charles in Oregon long; came from Michigan. satisfactory manner. Call around and Cook. Jno W
Carey of the Webfoot mills. For years Was a member of the Masonic order and see him in his new quarters.
ltoyl, M W
Mirs Whitlow was a regular contributor was buried by the fraternity yesterday.
N ame C hanged .—Hon. Wm. Gallo Nickells, Painter
Tucker, Mrs S O
to the columns of the Reporter, and He leave« a wife and two small children
Talmage. Mrs Rosa
since the T elephone started she has —one about three years old and the other way authorizes us to state that when he Johnson,
told its readers of the happenings nt an infant, and a grown son to mourn hr« sold “Noisy Billy” to N. K Sitton that
Parties ealhncr for tlie same will please
that place. May her matrimonial life detni“? Mr. Heath was about 46 a part of tho consideration was that the «•iy
•’Advertised ” J. F. WisxcARVEH.
be surrounded by perpetual sunshine.
jack’s name should be changed, and that
C ourt —Is still in session at Lafayette. from this time on he will bo known as
Messrs Logan & Henderson have a
new horse that is a genuine “sooner”— We have thought be-t to postpone the “Noisy Doc.” We are surprised that
that if. he had “sooner” stand still or proceedings until onr next issue so that the Hon. gentleman should be ashamed
back up than go ahead. But th» exp-’ I one paper
Ail your accounts* rnunt be
p::;—r may contain tlr»m all, as of and seek to denounce this noble ani
lienee of his new owners « itli sin li an many keep them ns a matter of mfer- mal that has stood by him for the past October 15. 18S6.
We have HucoTnino-
nuls has taught them the proper treat | ence. Qnite a numlrer of cases- have three years; but then, you know, the dated you ; now please return the favor
and bv th®
the time they na<i
had applied been disposed of
In the Kingsbury- best of friends will fall out, and we pre bv paving up.
th? proper remedies he walked off like Baker dam ige spit. Kingsbnra got judg sume that is what’s tho matter in this
In the City.
R ogers à Toni».
a little major. The dashboard of their ment for f300. Thia seems to have instance. Say. Billl, “when shall we
“go-devil” snfTered, though.
heen the ca- e that elec, ted /cost interest three meet again?”
Vinegar, 25 cents per gallon, in large
McCormick end Deering
in this section.
or small quantities; sweet cider, 15
A ttention , B axdmen !—There will be cents per gallon, at (he cider i
G rand J ury .—The grand jnrv in ses
N otice .—To whom it nrtay concern:— an election of officers for Custer Port Jno. J. Sax.
sion at the court now in session at Laf
ayette, is conqersed of the following sub Vs I am going on' of business this week band at their hall, Monday evening,
stantial citizens: J M Kelty, J J I’ut I want all who are owing me bv note or October 4th. A fail attendance is re-
Blackburn Ac Peckham have just re
man’ J F. Hu .hard W II Bingham, i
ceived and are unpicking a fine line of
Ramsey, J«s Spark“, and A P Fletcher.
•□miner dres* goc -L\ hosiery
We are still in the drug business in Mcx
Miiinville, and we are selling Drugs, Medi
cines, and everything in our line at as Low
as any house in this county.
And everything in the line of Stationery at
ROGERS & TODD,
McMinnville Pioneer Boot and Shoe Store.
A Large Assortment
Boots and Shoes
A. C. Saylor !
Furniture Store !
Undertaker's Goods !
Lafayette Harness Shop,
Boot and Shoe Store!
G. E. DETMERING.
BINDERS and MOWERS