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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 3, 1886)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE,
Ills F air and F estival —At the opera
house Wednesday evening, under the
auspices of St. James ladies Guild was
a decided success. First there was a
short miscellaneous programme, which
was well appreciated by all present.
Solos by Mrs. Ramsdell and Mrs. James
a leoitation by Miss Annie Turner, a
duett by little Minnie and Flora Ham
nett, and a tableau “popping the ques
tion,” completed the programme.
Alter this everybody betook themselves
to examining the pretty things (or sale
and having a social good time. In look
ing around the hall wo found tables
loaded down with fancy work. One
table being set apart especially for the
children attracted the eyes of the little
ones. But the greatest attraction was
the corner occupied by the Japanese
fancy goods and presided over by “Sam
I i< k ”(D. C. .Narver.) A good supper
was served and everybody had a good
time. The articles for sale were not all
disposed of, so the ball was kept open
all day Thursday. We were unable to
learn what the receipts and expenses
weie, but it is safe to say a handsome
sum was realized. The ladies deserve
groat praise for their untiring efforts to
make the fair a success and to secure
the enjoyment of all those who were
Following is a list of letters remaining
The Win White place 2}, mil«« east
uncalled for in the postoffice nt Mc
of this city is iu my hands for sale. This
December 1, 1866.
Minnville, December 1, 1886:
farm consists of
acres of land well
R. P. Boise
Mrs. Dr. Goucher is very low, with improved aud cau be had for $36 per
Avlward, R (2)
Applehans, Jno P
• Geo. W. Belt.
Barnett,Mrs Mary 2 Burnett, Mr Levi
acre, if sold before llecember 1st.
Bruggs, Mrs John Black, W II
Ehler D. M. Doty is ipiite ill, being Terms very easy. Also some valuable
lUCCKMüR TO D. C. NABTIIi —
K. I’ Bird.
Senators -j' ’
J. W. Watt,-. ’
personal property cau be had with the
R. R. Laughlin,
Gaunt, Henry 3 Guilds, Jas O 2
The ladies of the M. E. church gave a farm cheap, good 4-year old horse, 6
F. N. IJitlo,
Gard,MrsEliz’b’thAGardner, R C
supper on Thanksgiving which netted head of cattle. 5.1 full blood merino
them about $40.
siieep, 1 new wagon, some hav; Blieal
Hedges, S D
J. 8. Hibbs,
The protracted mooting which has oats and household furniture.
C. W. T almage ,
Johnson, Mrs Frankie
been going on for the past two weeks
• • G. W. Briedwell.
....... T. J. Harris.
W. W. Nelson.
Mansel, G B
McDonald, Mr Jas
Assessor ... -........
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
Mason, W B
Mrs. Messinger, daughter of J. L.
School Supt ...
J. A. C. Freund.
Ladd, lately from Waterloo, IoWa, is
J. D. Fenton.
The best salv« in the world for cuts,
spending the winter witli her parents.
D. (’. Narver.
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
Bobeits, J E
Robe risen,MrsLillie Mr. Messinger is still in Iowa.
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, Carries the Largest and Best Stock
Roberts, L S
Married, at the Christian church, corns,
and all skin eruptions, »nd posi
Small, Mrs Marget
in Yamhill Coaaty.
tively cures piles, or no pay required.
that arc a s low as any Drug
Spencer, J F
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
Store in this county is what we
Sheldon, Mi s Emma
tion, or money refuuded. Price 25
S old O ut .
will guarantee you.
cents per box. For sale by Rogers &
Taylor, I P
ROGERS A- TODD,
Warren, Eld M N
December 1, 1886.
Parties calling for the same will please
J. F. W isecarver .
Thanksgiving day .was observed here
Postmaster. as usual.
All persons indebted to Terr/ and
will please call and settle their
friends from W. T.
accounts immediately. The account« are
The new city council meets this even
in my hands and the books must be
D rawing C lass .—If you want to be
Sheriff Harris made our town a visit closed
Following is the programme of the
up at once.
Fresh roasted peanuts at II. II. an architect, blacksmith, carpenter, civ Philergian society for next Saturday ev this week. No arrests made that I know
L e « W bigiit .
il engineer, designer, surveyor, naviga ening Dec. 4. 1886:
H. M. Daniel has his new house on
Dr. I. C. Taylor is in the city With
S. Potter, of Sheridan, was in town tor, astronomer, ship builder, inventor,
Inaugural address by the president.
his ?artn completed and will move into headquarters nt the offlee of Dr. H. V.
Third Street Bet. D and E. 5tf
machinist, philosopher, or a first class
V. Johnson. Dr. Taylor makes a spe
Reading, Miss Fannie Baxter.
For a square meal go to the St. Charles artisan of any kind, or to successfull}’
Song, Miss Susie Millsap.
The Odd Fellows hall is being finished cialty of hemorrhoids an.I other diseases
—only 25 cents.
teach any of the trades or professions,
Recitation, J. F. Clark.
off inside, and will be ready for use in a of the rectum. No charge for exanlina-
tiens, Cure guaranteed or no charge
W. C. T. U. meeting to-morrow at then you should learn mechanical, arch-
Reading, Miss Birdie Maddox.
the M. E. church.
tectnral, typographical and geometrical
Hon. W. J. McConnell is having his
Song, Mr. and Mrs. Chandler.
Frank Collat'd has something to say to class and drawing instruments and ma
Reading,.). J. Ray.
Jhe public under “New To-day.
Debate: Question—Resolved that the
terial can be obtained at the bookstores.
Look at C. Grissen’s immense stock Such opportunities are not often found president of the United States should be
Mrs. J. A. Brisbine and J. A. Ball
and door Ffcetery.'
Owing to the change in our businoss
of holiday goods now open.
outside of the highest schools and col elected for a term of six years and ineli have both been quite sick for some days
—Dealers in -
West. Point requires a thorough
but are now convalescing.
There will probably be some glass leges.
_..j us please call and settle at
White and Red Lead,
knowledge of such drawing. It is much anil Harry Ivav; neg. L. Maddock and
ball or clay pigeon shooting to-morrow. easier
Lee Laughlin & Co. are closing out once.
learned than many think.
and Lubricating Oils,'
their stock of merchandise at auction.
R ogers A T odd .
W. P. H olman , Sec.
J. W. Briedwell, Jr. of Amity was in
They have but little to dispose of left.
P ersonal .—Wednesday evening Arth
Varnishes of all Description,
the city this week, and made us a pleas
Henry Ball, of Montana territory, is
ur C. Gowdy was the recipient of a beau
Kalsomine, Spanish Whiting
visiting his fntlier Wm. Ball, of this
The Postal Telegraph company lias tiful gold-headed cane at the hands of
For the Open Temperance club at
Acres of fine rolling land one and
been granted the right of way over the the merchant, Mr. C. II. Cooper, his em
and Princess MetaMe
O. & C.
ployer and fellow employees, Mr. Coop
T., has been visiting friends in town the for $45 per acre. Enquire of
Roof Paint, Venitian Red,
A meeting of the fire delegates is call er making the presentation remarks. inst:
T homas R ogers .
past week. She returned home to-day.
Song, Rev. E. Russ,
ed to meet at their hall thief Friday) We have known Mr. Gowdy for years;
Spanish Brown, Yellow Ochre,’
evening at 7.30.
known him to be a worthy young gentle
The meetings at the M. E. church this man, and it is no wonder to us that dur-
Duet, Misses Bena Snelling and Hal Johnson with Mis. Robinson as assist cakes at Geo. W. Burt’s, and he don’t
Week have been well attended. Ser inghisstay of two-and-a-halfyears with lie Reed.
as Lew as the Lowest.
Mr. Cooper that he won tliehigh esteem
vices to-night and to-morrow night.
them either; the prices are so low they
Recitation, Miss Lasira Apperson.
of his associates. . Arthur “got his start
JONES à Co.
The Tillamook stage still makes its sell themselves.
Recitation, Miss Josie Gardner.
Horace G. Hawlev and wife, nee Miss in Yamhill.” He goes to Spokane Falls
“Future Action,” general discussion. regular tri-weekly trips to and from Til
Emnta Smith, passed through the city to engage in business.—Astoria Trans
lamook, carrying the mail and passen
Song, Miss Annie Young.
Vinegar, 25 cents per gallon, in large
Wednesday, on their way to Portland.
or small quantities; sweet cider, 15
C ommittee .
We took a drive over to North Yam N early F inished .—There remains to
Dr. J. L. Hayes has purchased the cents per gallon, at the cider mill of
hill, Tuesday, and found the country be completed only a mile and three-
S till M issing .—A few days ago an residence of W. F. Morgan and built a Jno. J. Sax.
roads in better shape than our city
item appeared in this paper in regard to new barn on the lot and laid new side
tlie sudden and somewhat mysterious walk in front.
Good Results iu Every Case.
J. M. CHAPMAN, Fra.,
Next Sunday being the first Sunday and Dundee on tlie Portion 1 and Willa disappeat ance of F. M. Davis, of
There lias not been the usual amount
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer Carries a full stock of Furniture, of all
in the month, Rev. J. S. White will
of fall wheat sown in this neighborhood.
Fine Bedroom Sets, Mirrors,
hold services at St. Patrick’s church on closed next week and regular trains will Monmouth, Polk connty. Since then Tlie farmers are calling for more rain, of Chattanoga, Tenn., writes that lie was kinds,
Mouldings, Wall Pa pets, Été., Etc.
seriously afflicted with a severe cold that
the ground being too dry for plowing.
commence running between Elk Rock
settled on his lungs : had tried many reme
Great bargains in all kinds of watches, and Dundee. Many people do not know his friends are anxious about him.
Professor Williitmson has a private dies without benefit. Being induced to tty
full line èf--------
docks, plated ware, etc., at tlie Mc the location of Elk Rock. It is on the
school of twenty-live students. Ho Dr. King’s New Discovery for consumption
Minnville Jewelry store, Win. IIoll, pro west bank of the Willamette five miles drug and general assortment store jn teaches the higher branches, and liis did so mid was entirely’cured by use of n
Monmouth. On Friday an attachment school is gaining in popularity every few bottles. Since which tune hê lias used
south of Portland, and is the present for
$1,200 was issued against him, and
it in his family for all coughs and colds
Dr. Wm. McC. Chrisman and wife northern terminus of the Narrow Gauge, several more were placed on the stock. day.
with best results. This is the experience of
Store, «ne door suath «f bridge, Sb.ndnn ’
and J. F. Wisecarver and wife of this At this point boats from Portland con The total liabilities aie not known, nor
Dr. J. D. Morris, of the Morris house, thousands whose lives iiave been saved by
city, attended the wedding of Miss Ent nect with the railroad.
the assets. Further developments are lias taken the Exchange hotel, refitted this
Trial bottles free at Rogers A Todd's drug _ _______________________________ r I
ina Smith at Amity, Wednesday.
it, and it is now open to tlie public. The store.
A rticles F iled .—T. M. Hines, I. L. awaited with interest.
old Morris house is occupied by Rev.
Clocks can be bought at the McMinn inilli and J. C. Woods have filed arti
G etting R eady .—Hon. Frank C. Bak Mr. Boyd, Presbyterian minister, as a
ville Jewelry store cheaper than any cles in the office of the secretary of state
An End to Bone Scraping.
er has gotten his large Hoe press in po dwelling.
where else. Come and see for yoursel’.*
incorporating the Forest Grove and sition and all ready for work, and his
W m . II oll .
Our town being situated in the most
Edward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, II!.,
Tillamook wagon road company. The
spot in Yamhill county, it is says: •‘Having received so much benefit
The McMinnville Jewelry store is the object of the corporation is to construct two small job presses are about ready beautiful
reasonable that it should bu hoard I from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
largest west of Portland, and the cheap a continuous wagon route from Forest for use. He will have his engine and but
occasionally. It is tho most thriv let suffering humanity know it. Have bad
est place to buy goods in Oregon. Wm; Grove, in Washington, county, to Till boiler completed and in position in a from
ing place in the state for its population, a running sore on mv leg for eight years;
IIoll is the proprietor.
amook bay, in Tillamook county. Prin day or two. The most of his type is laid as is proven hv the immense jam of wag my doctors told me f would have to have
Wilbur Cqok will begin school in the cipal office at Forest Grove. Capital also. Mr. Baker expects to have every ons and carriages seen on our streets the bone scraped or leg amputaten. I used
instead, three bottles of Electric Bitters and
Jones and Wright district next Monday. stock $10,000 in shares of the value of thing in running order by the 10th inst, daily.
seven boxes Bucklcn’s Arnica salve, and my
and extends an invitation to all w ho are
Mr. Cook has taught this school for two $50, each.
At the last regular meetingof Fratern leg is now sound and well.”
years and given the best of satisfaction.
ity lodge, No. 56, I. O.O. F., held on the Electric Bitters arc sold at fifty cents a
F or S alk C heap .—Forty acres of see the “wav it’B done.”
evening of November 30, the following bottle, and Bucklen's Arnica salve at 25c.
Superintendent Freund will have land, situated five and one-half ■ miles
were elected tor the ensuing I per box by Rogers A Todd.
In the City.
T ell vs the N ews .—We are often officers
charge of I’rtjf. Price's pupils during the northwest of McMinnville, adjoining tlie
term: 1’. H. Mesner, N. G.; H. F. Bed-
sickness of the latter. Miss Fannie Bax Dave McCall place on the left. This asked why we don’t mention that “so well, V.G.; A. W. Bennett, Sec.; G.
Home Produce Market.
ter will resume her studies at the col
piece of land is offered for sale cheap on and so” was sick, or that “such and W. Sappington, P. S.; A. D. Runnels,
Corrected for the T elki ’I ionk by Baxter <k
easy terms. It is well fenced, contains such” a party was visiting my folks;
Billiards at the “Orphan's Home” 15 a living spring of water, ten acres of it why don’t you mention something
O ccasionally .
cents per game of 34 points; 20 cents for has been uuder cultivation, and eight
Wheat, per bu
50 points, and 25 cents for 50 points acres has been slashed. Price $10 per about my family. The truth is we Religions Services-Sunday Next. Oats, per bu
R. McKfj'NE, P ropr .
when one player discounts the other.
acre. For further particulars call at the and as long as we are kept in such ig
II. II. W elch .
T elephone office.
norance how can you expect us to pub Lord’s day at the Christian church. Butter, per lb.................
The choral union held their first reg
Transient Stock Well Cared For !
lish such facts. Send or tell us the Sunday schol every Sabbath at 3 o’clock. Cheese, best, per lb....
Apples, | cr box.............
ular practice meeting at the Grange heII Fix it .—We spoke some time ago about news and we will gladly publish it.
8n@10c Teams and outfits furnished parties wish
last Tuesday evening. They will meet the need of repairs on tlie Yamhill river
M. E. church—services wi 1 be held Bacon,
regular, hereafter, on every Tuesday bridge at Carlton, bnt it has not been
I nsane W oman .—Fred. Hurst and at 11 a. m. and at 7 :00 p. m.
f6 go to the const, at reasonable rates.
repaired. One eight-inch plank, half Frank McLench, of Lincoln, l’olk coun All are cordially invited.
R ev . II. P. S atciiwell , Pastor.
Deputy U. S. Marshal Frosh passed the width of the bridge, is gone, and ty, says the Statesman, brought Mrs.
REV. nil. FREELAND, of Fowlerville,
through town a day or two ago en route several other holes nearly as bad makes Belle McKillop, who has been living
St. Janies’ church. Rev. John C. N. Y.,write« us that two bottles of Gilrnore’s
to Portland, having in charge an Indian the bridge positively dangerous to travel about two miles below Lincoln, to tins Fair, rector. Services 11 a. m., and Aromatic wine cured his wife of nertonj«-
HERE WE ARE AT LAST f
ness and sleeplessness. Sold by Rogers A
charged with furnishing liquor to other over
even in the day time. Whose city for examination as to her sanity. 7 :lX) p. in .
—Harness at the—
business is it to see to this, and why She has been unwell for some time, and
There was a collision on the Northern doesn’t he attend to bis business?
for the past eight days her condition lias
itive cure for all those painful eompbiints
Pacific railroad Wednesday, Mr. O. O.
been such that it was considered unsafe Seats free. All are cordially invited to ho common to all our best female popula
Hodson of this city being on the train at
F or S ale .—A piece of valuable pro to leave her at liberty. She will proba
tion. Hohl by Rogers A Todd.
the time. He escaped without injury, perty situated just outside the city lim bly go to the asylum to-day.
C. I’, church. Services at the usual WANTED. A case of female weakness,
debility or nervous exhaustorf that
its, for sale at a bargain. Large house,
P leasant S urprise .—Last evening hours. Subject for forenoon discourse, general
Gilmore’s Aromatic Wine wile not Cure.
Wild geese are beginning to he plenti well built; several acres of ground for a number of young ladies loaded down “Shallowness one of the curses of the Sold
by Rogers A Todd.
age.” Subject for evening, “More rea
ful in this neighborhood. Ducks are gardening, email fruit of various kinds
Bngey Harness from Q'- (XT and upffS’rd."
scarce, hut if the present rainy weather nicely started, numerous outhouses, with good things walked in upon Custer sons whv people should become Chris REV. E. J. WHITNEY, of Clarkso#. N. Team
continues for a few days it will bring barn, etc. Everything in good order. Post band, during their practice, taking tians in their youth.” Sunday school at Y., says: Gilmore’s Wine for female weak 1 have al«> -omcthffig entirely nefr fn the
a.m. All are cordially invited to ness stands without a rival. Sold hv Rogers
plenty of them.
Satisfactory reasons for wanting to sell. the boys by surprise. The ladies had 9:30
line of SA'cat puds.
attend these services.
Posters have been circulated an For further particulars enquire at this “lasses” with them and candy was soon
My terms are CASH, or antes that ran
T. II. H enderson , Pastor.
be turncdXnto cash.
made, and a regular old-fashioned candy
nouncing a drill at. Portland between the office.
Services pt the Baptist church.— doses for $1. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
pulling was indulgtd in, then a good
Seattle “Rifles” and Co. G, O. 8. M. for
S everely B itten .—Wednesday after supper. Such surprises can not occur Preaching morning and evening at usu-
—Having Bought the—
The championship of the Northwest, to
| al hours
Subject for 11 a. m.,— I GILMORE S AROMATIC WINE makes
take place Dec. 11.
noon the little child of Dr. Goucher, too often to please the band hoys.
a ladv beautiful, l»ecatiwe it gives her good,
Miss Sarah Osborne and her cousin who was visiting its grand parents in
W heat .—There is considerable life in “The damnation army.” All are cor rich nlood Sold by Rogers A Todd.
Miss Antrim, of Wheatland, have rented Amity, was quite severely bitten by a the wheat market just now. Thiss week dially invited to attend these services.
IMI’OTEN< Y IN MAN OR WOMAN
rooms with their uncle, A. J. Sawyer, vicious dog. The dog has been teased
quickly cured by Gilmores Aromatic wine.
Strangers especially made welcome.
by Rogers A Todd.
and will keep house here this winter, until it snaps at everyone who comes
G. J. B urchett , l’astor.
Bros. A Hendrr-
with a view of making sales, and a large
while Miss Antrim attends school.
Fun. I am ready to ab all kinds of
useGilniore’s Aromatic wine, it
near it. and when the little one attempt-
To A storia .—Dr. II. V. V. Johnson will cure you. Bold by Rogers A Todd.
Quantity of wheat has changed hands
There will he a meeting of the young e to caress it it sprang and caught her tiring the week. There is scarcely any
Trucking and Delivering
|nen of this city at band hall to-night, by the cheek, inflicting a severe wound. variation in price from quotations of last left on Wednesday’s train, for Astoriu
in response to a telegram stating that
for the purpose of taking steps toward
—At Any Time.—
I AM SELLING
N ew H all .—The Grangers of Cheha- week.
his daughter, Mrs. Gen. W. Snyder, ol
forming a dancing class. All those in
terested are requested to be present.
iem district have erected a new building
R emoved .—In order to give a better that city was very sick. Mrs. Snyder
I Delivery Wagon Always Ready.
has many friends here, who hope for
“M’s” communication from North at that place. It is two stories, and the light on his display of Christmas goods iher speedy recovery.
■amhill reached us afte. “Occasional's” upper one will be occupied as a place of Charles Grissen has had removed the
V ery L ow .—Mr. A. P. Woolsey is ly
was in type, and as the latter embraced meeting for the Grangers, and the low awning from in front of His storeroom
ml the news items given by the former. er floor used as a church.
Services in Garrison’s block. This adds materi ing very low at his home four miles
weie held in the new building Thanks ally to the looks of the building. as well southwest of town. The old gentleman
M’s” communication was not used.
giving day for the first time by Rev. J. as
Read our North Yamhill correspon Hoberg.
a number of years, and death, the end
dence. It is chuck full of good live news
e* that section. Now, if some one at O fficers E lected .—At a regular meet Goon M aul .—The Phillipa and Bried- ; of all liis sufferings is looked for at any
Next to Yamhill County Bank.
larlton would answer our call for com ing of Amity Lodge No. 67, I. O. <>. F.
well boys, over near Amity, captured
munications, we would be well pleased,
c M imxviu . k
N ew C«ossiXG.-The railroad employes I
borth Yamhill and Bellevue have an held last Saturday evening, the follow eleven coons one night last week. Sev
swered. Now Carlton.
ing officers were elected for the ensuing en of them took refuge in one tree. It are tearing tip the old rotten crossing
Tlie Largest «nd Finest Stock ever trough?
was not a very good night for coons, near the Central and hying a new one in
to Yamhill Counit*.
Everybody knows Sam Likens. We term ; T. E. White. N. G.; J. W. Bried either.
its stead. The old planks were broken
mean, the genial Amity blacksmith. well,i V. G.; F. B. Fergusi n. R. S.;
Come and See for Yourself.
M eeting C alls .—Foilwing are the and full of boles, and a new one was bad
He has just opened a new shop at Am- R. L. Simpson, Treas.; J. A. Likens,
Brxits and Shoes rondi- to order and nestl*^
' i v’.anr' S,m ’’an’t be beat at any kind Per. Sec.
meeting calls for McMinnville Fire de- ly needed.
n| blacksmith work. His advertisement
orx .—To the wife of Al Hutton of pirtment. Read and remember them:
appears under “New To-day,” and it
Prices to the Oodrock.
depaitment call. 2-1; hook and ladder, tlemanly artist in Welch's Tunaoral Par
will pay you to read it and give Sam a Amity, Nov. 26, 1886, a girl; weight 12 3-1; engine and bose, 4-1.
lors, after A ngnst 6.
BEDROCK PRICES I
Come tná be Convinced.
Jones & Co.,
Forniture Store !'
Undertaker’s Goods !
G. E. DETMERING
Dry Goods House
Livery and Feed stable !Í
Give me a Call «•/
Lafayette Harness shof/
Truck and Express
M. S. GOFF
Plated ware, Boot and Shoe Store !•
Mtliunville Jewelry Siwe.