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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 5, 1886)
gST SIDE TELEPHONE.
OI K AGENTS.
iose wishing to subscribe for the
mav <lo «o through the fol-
H. Kelt.'’. - ■ ■ ■ ". ' ............ Lafayette.
. .North Yamhill.
. ................. Amity
¿ents at other points in Hie county
ba announced soon.
A HORRIBLE CRIME.
Codlin Moth Preventive
In our lust issue we published an arti
cle on the ravages of the codlin moth
amongst the apple trees in Oregon, in
which it is staled that “there is no
known remedy to exterminate the codlin
moth.” A correspondent writing to an
exchange sends the following remedy,
which should be cut out ami saved by
every apple grower in the county,
can be tested with very little labor and
expense, every farmer having all the
necessary machinery at hand.
“Hang a lighted lantern ton limb of the
tree, set an apple box on end under the
lantern, place a pan hsl* full of water on
top of the box and a spoonful of coal oil
on the water. The lantern should hang
just near enough to the water to clear it.
.Some have said that the codlin moth is
not attracted by the light, but I think all
the moth family are alike in their liking
for a light. The first night I caught 200
moths with one light.
The next night
seventy. Then I waited two nights, and
the next time I caught over 300. I be
lieve that two lanterns in a ten acte or
chard, lighted two nights in tile week,
will keep the o.chard pretty clear of cofi
lin moths. Every moth that touches the
oil on the water is caught, and not more
than a pint of oil is needed during the
whole season. The work should be kept
up during the whole season,”
The best salve in the world for cuts,
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
October 25, 1886.
corns, and all skiu eruptions, und posi
H. Booth killed two fine deer thia tively
lively cures piles, or no pav
morning, the 30th of October.
I It ’ is „
guaranteed ‘‘ to give perfect
Mr. Harrison Booth and A. I’ollard tion, or money retuuded
For sale by Rogers &
killed live bucks last Wednesday.
Capt.. C. P. of the Daisy packing com
pany made our burg a visit yesterday.
We have a new barber in our tonsor-
A Co., wholesale and retail
ial department. The married men are
bavjng their mustaches dyed. Alsea d.-uggists of Rome. Ga., say: We have
Bill says look out boys.
been selling Dr. King's New Discovery,
Report from Little Nestucca says that Electric Bitters and Bucklen’s Arnica Salve
Mr Gage has built a very fine piggery for two year«. Have never handled reme
to be run in connection with the shrimp dies that sell as well, or give such universal
cannery, the same power to run both satisfaction. There have been some won
derful cures effected by these medicines in
this ctiy. Several eases of pronounced
We are expecting the steamer here consumption luive been entirely cured by
about tlie first ot the month, but from use of a few bottles of l)r. King's New Dis-
the sad looks on the faces of some of our eqvcrv, taken in connection with Electric
young folks and deep drawn sigh we will Bitters. We guarantee them always. Sold
by Rogers A Ttxld.
Times are dull nt our burg since the
fishermen have taken up their nets and Active Pushing! and Reliable.
quit fishing; although fish are plenty,
Rogers à Ta<l<l can always be relied upon
there is no sale for them.
Buckler have about twenty tons of very I to carry in stuck the purest and best goods,
fine cliinook salmon, Mr. Victor Confas and sustain the reputation of being active,
ten tons, the Compton boys about ten pushing and reliable, by recommending ar
tons of salt and about two tons of dried ticles with well established merit and such
salmon, awaiting transportation.
as are popular. Having the agency for the
celebrated Dr. King’s New Discovery for
The male part of our burg went out consumption, colds and coughs, will sell it
a positive guarantee. P wih surely cure
on a hunting excursion for deer and
bear, but game was scarce. II. B. any and every affection of throat, lungs, or
struck a fresh No. 5 deer track that he chest, and inorder toprove our claim, we
followed for about three hours; it led ask you to cull and get a Trial Dottie Free.
him into a garden when be lost it among
I’EV. DR. FREELAND, of Fowlerville.
some sqush vines. He said some cuss
Y..writes us that two bottlesol: Gilmore's
words an>l returned to camp swearing N.
Aromatic wine cured his v.ife of nervous
that he would never go deer bunting ness and .sleeplessness. .Sold bv Rogers A
on Three Rivers again.
S our D ough .
GILMORE'S AROMATK 'WINE is a pos
itive cure for all those painful complaints
common to all our best female popula
Religions Services-Sunday Next. tion.
Sold by Rogers A Todd.
WANTED. A case of female weakness,
St. James’ church. Rev. John C. general debility or nervous exhnuston that
Fair, rector. Services 11 a. m., and Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine wile not cure.
Sold by Rogers A Todd.
7:00 p. m .
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
REV. E. .1. WHITNEY, of Clarkson. N.
Friday evening services at 7 :00 p m. Y , says: Gilmore's Wille for female weak
Seats free. All a e cordially invited to ness stands without a rival. Sold bv Rogers
GILMORE'S AROMATIC WINE is the
M. E church—services will be held
great remedy for women and children, 128
at 11 a. m. and at 7:30 p. m.
doses for $1. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
All are cordially invited.
GILMORE'S AROMATIC WINE makes
R ev . II. 1*. S atchwell , Pastor.
a lady beautiful, because it gives In-r good,
Social meeting at 11 o’clock every rich blood Sold by Rogers A Todd.
Loid’s day nt the Christian church.
IMPOTENCY IN MAN OR WOMAN
Sunday scliol every Sabbath at 3 o’clock. quickly cured by Gilmores Aromatic wine.
Sold by Rogers A Todd.
Services at the Baptist church.—
LADIES, use Gilmore's Aromatic wine, it
Preaching morning and evening at usu will
cure you. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
al hours. Subject for 11 a. m.,—
"The Law of the Cross.” For 7 p. m.,
“Inspired Love.” Sunday School at
9:30 a.m. All are welcome and stran
gers especially invited to come and wor
ship with us.
G. J. B urchett ,
C. P. church, Services at the usual
hours. Subject for forenoon discourse,
“An Appeal to Unconverted Old Peo
ple.” Subject for evening, “Some Aw
ful Aspects of Infinite Goodness.” Sun
day School at 9:30 a. m. All are invited
and made welcome to these services.
T. II. H enderson , Pastor.
D. I. Corker, of Lafayette, a man well
and favorably known to nearly if not all
of our readers, was most foiglv murder
ed in liis bedroom on Monday night, oi *
more probably, Tuesday morning, last
Corker lias been engager! for a number
of years in the hardware business at La
fayette. He was an old bachelor and
slept in the rear of his store in a small
OFFICII*- l»l It ECTOI!».
bedroom partitioned off from the rest of
the wareroom in the rear division of the
.............................. R. P. Boise. building.
Below we give a diagram of
lirn. W. Balt.
the building and an explanation thereto:
1!. P. Hird. i ________________
J. W. Watts.
R. li. Laughlin,
B : BB
... F. N. Mule.
C. Ln fol let t
J. S. Hililw.
G. W. Briedwetl.
T. .1. Harris.
.1. 1>. Fenton x I
I'. C. Narver
A, store; BB, bedroom ; B, bed; C,
Resolutions of Condolence.
wareroom ; I), window where murderer
entered. The room between the store
I .Ire talking about us and we md wareroom contained a stove, and At a meeting of the McMinnville Fire
was used as an office; the bedroom was department held on Wednesday evening
Ly help it because, we sell better petitioned
off by an eight-foot partition.
L/,v for less money than any
hist the following resolutions were pass
cut the putty from a pane ed:
in pet it or.
of glass in the rear window, climbed
F iremen ’ s H all ,
ROGERS S' TODD.
M c M innville , On. ,-
The Druggists. through and probably made a search of
October 20, 1886. )
the store, as fie secured a new ax from
Whereas, In the dispensation of prov
a rack in the front of the store. lie
'ELEPIIONE whisperings placed a small table against the parti idence, Bonghten E. Sanders, president
tion of the bedroom and on this a chair, of Eclipse engine and Star hose compan
thus clambered over the top of the ies, No. 1, has been taken from our as
Eggs, 25 cents.
partition, brushing off the dust and dirt sociation by death, therefore be it
Butter, 50 cents.
Resolved, That by his death the com
which had accumulated on top. He got
Wheat, 65 cents.
down on the other side on top of a large munity has lost a good citizen and our
Fresh roasted peanuts at H. H. chest which stood just there.
It seems department a faithful and efficient mem
ber, one whose memory we will ever
likely that Corker, who was very deaf, tender Iv cherish.
TotintyClerk Briedwell hasour thanks had only wakened while the murderer
Resolved, That we extend to the rela
was going through the chest where the tives of onr departed friend our sincerest
For a square meal go to tlie St. Charles money was concealed; that making «ywiputhy in tlieir sad bereavment.
Resolved, That our liai! be draped in
¿nly 25 cents.
some stir as he woke up the man turned mourning for 29 days; that these resolu
Miss Ida Potter, of Sheridan, is visit- and dealt him a blow with the ax. There tions he spiead upon our minutes, and
g in the city
was no evidence of a struggle, hut the that they be furnished the W est S ide
|Best full cream cheese 15 cents per lb. wounds on Corker's arms lead to the be I? elepiion «: for publication.
E. W. W allace j
Baxter A Martin's.
lief that he threw up his arms with a
J. J. S pencer
G. W. J ones
iKinsev says if they are honest they view of protecting himself. His arms
ill bring his clnsel home.
were cut and broken and his lace cut di
Band of Hone meeting nt M E. church agonally across one side from the eye io
tlie further eml of the chin. Just above
»•morrow afternoon at 2 o’clock.
Council met in regular session Tues
tlie eye there was a fearful gash in the
day evening November 2, 1886:
Baxter A Martin have the best Gun-
»wiler tea in the market. Try it. 39(4
gether it is shown that tlie sharp edge of
Mrs. H. P. Stuart carries a large stock the ax had been sent crashing three or Jones, Campbell, Narver and Nash; re
corder, Spencer; marshal, Kaufman,
I millinery goods in all the latest styles.
four times through the face and skull, and street commissioner, Wallace.
Baxter A Martin have first-class can and several blows made with the back of
Communication read informing coun
id sugar corn for $2 40 per case. 3914 the ax. The right shoulder was man
cil that the new fire bell for the city had
Baxter A Martin keep the best selec- gled and broken ; the face was literally been shipped to them, October 23.
»nof crockery and glassware in town. chopped to pieces; the tongue cut en
Reports of recorder, street commis
D*vi<l Ilnrst an old resident of Mc- tirely off, and a section of the jaw, with sioner and marshal, placed on file.
innville, but now of Salem, is in the several teeth, was scattered about the
The following bills were allowed:
bed. The blows troin the ax must have T II Kogers, night watch................ f $ 2 00
been delivered with fearful force, as the Jones & Co, lumber......................... 19 41
Five pounds Java coffee with a fine head of the bedstead occupied by the
Following is an exhibit of the number of
Kaufman, marshal fees................. 33 00
t> and saucer for $1, at Baxter A Mar murdered man was broken down.
The Spencer, recorder............................. 8 55 acres of acres of land, horses, cattle, sheep,
door to the little room where he slept Kaufman and Wallace, putting in
etc., etc., and the values thereof, of Yamhill
Baxter A Martin sell Japan tea for 40 was propped shut with a piece of hoard
crossings'................................... 5 00 county, as taken from the assessor's books
nts per lh., which is sold elsewhere for under the lock and against the floor. fudges and clerks of election........ 10 00 for 1886 s
The assassin removed this in leaving the
J cents. Try it.
This is the last regular meeting of the Total number acres of land
room, but made his exit from the build
Acres under cultivation ............
Use Far West bakingpowder, best and ing through the window where lie gained old council. The new officers will be Value
lieapest. Sold only by Baxter A Mar- entrance.
No of lots ............
n. Samples free.
The first discovery was made about 9 December.
Value of lots
Value of improvements............. $ 908.053
o’clock Tuesday morning, the neighbors
Lonia Garrison and family, former remarking that deceased was absent o
N eeds A ttention .—The North Yam Value
sidents of Yamhill county, are visit- his store would have been open. On
hill bridge at Carlton is in a bad state of Value of household furniture
g in this vicinity.
peering through a side window they saw
repair, and should be attended to at
Value of horses...
$ 286 (»25
George Cornet is the efficient and gen- the bloody ax and the bedroom door
fmanly artist in Welch's Tonsoral Par-
the aperture ma le bv the robber and have spread in two places and left lioies Value of cattle............................. $ 111.307
rs, after August 6.
found the pool of blood on the floor ami large enough for a horse to put a foot No sheep and goats....................
Value of .sheep and goats............ $ 25,739
Peter Head, (the prophet), who has the facts as above stated.
through. The center plank has also No of hogs....................................
Coroner D. C. Narver, of th.s city was slipped to one side and left a hole run Value of hogs
*n in the asylum at Salem the past
notified and arrived at Lafayette about ning lengthwise of the bridge that, is very Gross value of all property........ $ .$6,039,484
>ar, is around town again.
10:30 o’clock, and found the body still
We received a pleasant call from Hon. warm A jury was impaneled and an liable to be the cause of a smashed bug Exempt irom taxation
Fix ’er up. Mr. Supervisor;
N. Little of Moorr’s Valiev, and his inquest held. The jury had not fin gy wheel.
Total value taxable property.
fix 'er up.
No of polls.................
jephew Fted Little, last Wednesday.
ished tlieir investigation last night, an i
adjourned to nine o’clock a. m., Mon
T hanksgiving B ali ..—The fire boys No men subject to militajy duty
Mrs. Geo. H. Sawyer, who has been day. Many witnesses were examined
Kiting her mother in this city for a hut little of imjKjrtance was learned
nontli will start for her home in Palouse from any of them save one—a man bv giving eve. A committee of five was ap
Hty, W. T
the name of Marple, a sort of a roust pointed to make arrangements for the
same. And it was further voted that
Following is a list of letters remaining
Rogers A Todd are having a new glass
tack put in tlieir show windows, and are In his testimony he admitted having tire proceeds of the dance be tendered trie uncalled for in the poetoffice at Mc
Oing to make a fine display when they
city for the pip pose of raising the bell
and knew a good deal concerning his tower on Fiieunans hall, and otherwise Minnville, November 1, 1886:
bus-ness, frequently interpolating the re preparing it for the reception of the new Allisbn, Mrs Mary Gibson Bros
Vinegar, 25 cents per gallon, in large mark. “But. gentlemen, I did not kill fire bell now on its way here. This is a Burges, C B
f small quantities; sweet cider. 15 him; Eastman knows all about it.” generous move, and should recieve sub Branson, Mrs Ella Hodges, Mrs M A
James, Virgil .3
ents per gallon, at the cider mill of Eastman is Dr. Littlefield’s hostler, and stantial aid.
in his statement to the jury disclaimed
Beaufield, Richard Jones, William
«o. J. Sax.
any knowledge of the crime or crim
Lcrrv, Mrs <) B
T he R ight M an .—Mart High has Crawford, C
G. R. Higgins has rented the house inal.
A close examination of the been engaged by Henderson Bros, as Cox, A W
i'merly occupied by H. F. Turner, and window where the man entered disclosed
Moriow, Mrs. Maty
ill move his family from North Yam- the fact that the putty had been priori chief man of their livery st.rbles, and Ed w ards,Cornell us Morris, Jarred
out with such a shaped knife blade a«
Frasier, I) E
Mtilky, Jos II
The new bell for McMinnville has is contained in a so called “cowboy’s next. Mart is one of the best drivers Fenton. Mrs M A Walker, Mrs Lizzie
“en shipped from Troy, N. Y. and has knife,” the impression in the putty that ever handled the ribbons over any Ford, Victor
Parties calling for the same will please
ten on the road over a week. It will showing the shape distinctly ; further, team, and is the right man in the tight
the knife blade hail two small nicks in
ton be here. Good.
J. F. W isecarver .
it near the point and these nicks left
Jack” Welch the popular manager of little ridges in the putty ns the knife was gntul.ited upon securing the services of
a man, as he is suie to give satis
ns “Orphans Home” billiard hall, drawn down the edge of the glass. M.i-- such
faction to everybody.
‘toss how to m ike glad the hearts of l>le was asked for his knife ami he gave
Fann for Sale.
it up readily. It was taken to the win
M printers. He keeps good cigars.
R ag T acking .— Last Tuesday evening
dow ami found to fit the impressions in
The Wm White place 2'.. miles east
Just received at Misa F. E. Russ the putty exactly, and two nick« in the was a very pleasant one to Mr. and Mrs.
has. Daniels. A small party of their of this city is in my hands for sale. This
’Ufe a large assortment of Yams and point fitted the ridges on the pottv
■*nhyrs. Also a n;(.p ]ot of Cologne in This evidence was afterwa d thrown out neighbors gathered together and slipped farm consists ot 280 acres of land well
fiMa slippers, only 10 cents a slipper.
as it was proven tli it several parties h id in upon them holding a regular old improved and can be had for $25 per
tampered with the window after th"
Assessor Henderson was in the city discovery—trying what
impression fashioned rowing bee. They were tak acre, if sold before December 1st.
!e?l*r'lay; and niadeus a call. He lias the putty would take, etc. Blood en completely bv surprise, lint it was Terms very easy.
Also some valuable
uished his labors for the year, and was also found on Iris i-lothrng, nevertheless appreciated by them as personal property can tie had with the
Jcrne.j over hjg books to the countv but this he claims be got on *>v <-a"ving well a thoroughly enjoyed by those farm cheap, good 4-vear old horse, 6
head of cattle, 50 full t,lms| merino
home a hog’s lieiid The blood howeve-, present.
sheep, 1 new wagon, some hay, sheaf
Rilliards at the “Orphan’s Home” 15 wilt l>e subjected to a microscopic exam
cabby S heep .—Sheep inspector A. oats and household furniture.
snts per game of 34 points; 20 cents for ination ami its character easily deter J. Nelson went over by Amity yesterday
C. W. T almage ,
Points, and 25 cents for 50 points mined. Experts could not I* oMn ned
vet to make an examination, ami this and took charge of 300 head of scabby
hen one player discounts the othe'.
was one reason for the adjournment a« it sheep, tielonging to a man by the name
H. H. W elch .
is thought that by that time parties will
To the Farmer.
Those wishing photographs tiom the he on hand to tell whether the blood i« of Fryer from near Indepence, Polk
l l negatives at Sanders A Ma tin'«, that of a human or otbe ««•■. P'lt ountv Ti e ire in a bad condition and
Messrs. F. Barnekoff A Co., have
®*t) obtain them by leaving enters thi« farther than tins, other developments Mr. Ncl«<>n -ays they will have to l>e
v >■ ’''thF. J. Martin, at Baxter A are being traced up that, it is though*, thoroughly cured before lie will allow thoroughly renovated and overhauled
will shift the blame from where It now them to be driven any further.
the Fellows’ warehouse at McMinnville,
to rest. It is to be earnestly
..'If- TV right informs ns that the report seems
R eturned .—Our old friend and fel recently purchased by them and are now
hoped that the guilty pa tv will «peedih
he intend« erecting a brick building be brought to justice and on the g Hows low-townsman Ed. Willis, stepped in ready to receive grain. They will clean
n ms property opposite the new hotel suffer the pnnialiment justly deserved among us Wednesday last, direct from ami store at .3 cents, and will be ready
nt J0*..’?' He Bays he has no intention for one of the ntost awful deeds in the
Canada. Ed, has been absent several to buy and pay the highest price going,
annals of crime.
yearn and comes back looking as natural IX cash . Sacks kept on hand and sold
The president lias issue 1 his n-ncla-
Yon can save monev by handing your as von please. He was accompanie<l by to farmers st the lowest rates. Thia is a
»tion fixing Thnrmlav Nov. 25th. as a
his mother, biotlier and a cousin, Miss perfectly resjwmsible firm, and those
sv of general thanksgiving Christmas subscription for any parrer or magazine Cruze, who will probably remain in Ore having grain to sell or store, or in need
fimome just one month later, on Dec- to Chas. Grissen. He is local agent for
of sacks, should cal) and see them, tf
the American subscriptirn Co. 42t4
rts**» ihtfa, as usual.
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
—MUVX'liSSUH TQ D. C. 5AMVKI
Carries the Largest and Best Stock
in Yamhill County.
BEDROCK PRICES !
Come See and be Convinced.
Third Street Bet. I) and E.
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
Cutlery, Fine Fishing Tackle.
Special attention given to repairing Guna,
Pistols, Sewing Machines, Saw Filing, Etc.
1 have in my shop as fine a power cross-,
feed lathe as can be found in th« state and
am fully prepared to
Repair Broken Machinery
of all kinds—Farm Machinery, Traction
One Door west of Baxter t llartla'a
-------- AT THE--------
A. C. Saylor Î
Who lias on hand
A LARGE NUMBER OF BRICK
—Executed at the—
And is ready to fill all orders for the
largest and best brick in the .ounty, a.
From $5 to $8 per Thousand.
F. E. RUSS
Now is the time to Get all You can.
Ladies, please call and see tny
10 CENT COUNTER 10
Auction Sale of
Will have an early Fall Stack
HERE WE ARE AT LAST !
—Harness at the—
I will «<11 nt public miction, commencing
Saturday. Nov. 6, 1886, at North Yamhill, I
Oregon, the entire stock of General Mer
chandise now remaining on band, of Lee
Laughlin A Co., consisting of dress goods,
velvets, laces embroideries flannels, gents
hat«, boots! shoes, riblsms, thread, canned
goods, screws, tiles, etc., etc,, and many
other articles usually found in a general
Sale will continue from dnv to day till the Buggy Harness from $12.00 and upward.
entire stock is sold out. Take advantage of Team Harness from $25.00 and upward,
1 have also something entirely new in the
TERMS OF SALE
line of sweat puds.
LEE LAUGHLIN. Receiver.
My term’are CASH, or note« that can
be turned into cash.
Lafayette Harness Shop,
Hus been thoroughly renovated and la now
ready to receive grain.
J. M. CHAPMAN, Pro.,
Carries a full stock of Furniture, of all
Fine Bedroom .Sets, Mirrors^
Storntre and Cleaning. .3 cents. Calcutta I kinds.
Mouldings, Wall Papers, Etc., Etc.
sacks constantly on hand and said al the
— A full line of—-
Hiiiliesl Market Triec Paid for Wheat.
Farmers are respectfully invited io call
and see us.
WM. GALLOWAY Prop.
Undertaker’s Goods I
Store, one door south of bridge, Sheridan,
—Having Bought the—
Truck and Express Boot and Shoe Store 1
Next to Yamhill County Bank.
Business of Logan Bros. A Hender
son. I am ready t j do all kinds of
—At Any Time.—
Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
The Lare «t and Firn Stock ever brought
to Yamhill Comity.
B<x>ta an<l Shoes made to order and neatly
Give Me a Trial.
M. S. GOFF
Prices to the Bedrock.