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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1886)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
C hristmas T ree .—The Christmas
tree, at the opera hou ie Christmas eve,
is given by ths teachers of the public
school for the benefit of the poor chil
dren. They have no object in view ex
cept their earnest endeavor to make all of
the children happy. There are over 200
names enrolled on the school books,
and every one will receive some token.
Io do this the teachers must necessarily
be to considerable expense. It certain
ly can not be expected of them to pay
it all out of their small salaries, and a
meagre admittance of 10 cents w ill he
charged adult visitors—the children to
go in tree—They should certainly meet
with no opposition in a move of this
kind, but eveiy one should be there
with their 10 cents and assist in making
it a joyous Christinas to the little ones.
I lie bright, happy face of each child as
it receives a present trom the hands of
its teacher will be ample remuneration
to all those who have the welfare and
happiness of our children at heart.
A Verdict Unanimous.
December 18, 1886.
In my last, Mr. Editor, vou made me
W. D. Sult, Druggist, Bippus. Ind., testi
officiai . i> i it ecto it r.
of Dayton, is fies: “I can recommend Electric Bitterft as
say “moral condition” when 1 meant an •
visiting friends in this vicinity.
the very best remedy. Every bottle sold
«riunì* district .
entirely different thing. In speaking of >
The proprietors both of the saw and has given relief in every ease. One man
................................. It P. Boise.
the encouragement a community should
grist mill at Webfoot can make the an took six bottles, and was cured of rheuma
Geo. W. Belt.
give to a college situated in their midst, nouncement that they ure ready for tism
of 10 years’ standing.” Abraham
IVCCRWOB TO ». ». »AST«» -
and when speaking of Corvallis as fur business in their different lines.
Hare, druggist. Bellville, Ohio, affirms:
It. V. Hird.
“The best selling medicine I liave ever
nishing forty-one graduates out of eighty-
J. W. Watts.
Farmers are rejoicing that at last the handled in my 20 years experience, is Elec
R. It. Laughlin,
one from the school, I Raid that this in ground is nearly damp enough to plow, tric Bitters ” Thousands of others havo
F. N. Little.
terest in the college showed a normal notwithstanding this difficulty of drouth added their testimony, so that the verdict i
......... C. Lafollett.
is unanimous that Electric Bitters do curt
......... L. Loughary.
condition, not a “moral condition.” It to the tillers of the soil, the traveler on ail diseases of the liver, kidneys or blood.
Only*« half dollar a bottle at Kogers A
may or may not indicate a state of mo horrid.
Todd’s drug store.
rals. While speaking of this matter it
G. W. Briedwell.
The committe of arrangements for the
T. J. Harris.
is appropriate to refer in this place to Christmas tree are Mrs. W. F. Gilkey,
W. W. Nelson.
Excitement in Texas.
the Pacific univeisity, situated twenty- Miss Ida r'auvertand Mr. Thomp Moore,
School Supt.......................... J. A. €’. Freund.
five miles north of us. In a series ot
Great excitement has been caused in the
... J. D. Fenton.
years running from 1863 till the present the machinery set in motion and every vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable
.. . ,D. C. Narver.
thing bids lair lor a pleasant time.
recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so Carries the Largest and Best Stocfc
there have been sixty-nine graduates.
If any one is dissatisfied with the “few helpless he could not turn in bed, or raise
Of this number eleven were residents of
ness” of the items sent, we have simply his head ; everybody said he was dying of
telephone whisperings .
in Yamhill Ceuniy.
Forest Grove. Again I say this indi to say, we make every endeavor in our consumption.
A trial bottle of Dr.'King’s
cates a normal condition. Other towns power to gather the news of the neigh New Discovery was sent him. Finding re
he bought a large bot'le and a box of
Public examination of teachers next
show a healthy condition in educational borhood. Any one knowing of any oc lief,
Dr. Kings New Life Pills; by the time he
matteis. Why is it that Yamhill county
had taken twolaties of pills am! two bottles
F ancy W ork E xhibit .—An exhibit of is so far behind tier neighbors in this re tice will do us a favor by making it of tlie Discovery, lie was well and had
Fresh roasted peanuts at II. II.
in flesh thirty-six pounds.
spect? It has been hinted by one of our the editor.
C ornet .
Trial hotties of this Great Discovery for
Buy your candies of C. Griesen always
Consumption free at Kogers A Todd's. 2
local papers that Yamhill ¡8 not receiv
painting, chenille, arrosene, ribbosene, ing her share of the immigration that is
fresh and pure.
ONE OF THE MOST NOTED European
For a square meal go to the St. Charles crazy patchwork, crochet and other so rapidly filling our state. There may
physicians said: Neuralgia was the |>r»ver
kinds of ladies’ hand work, will be given be an answer to this question in the apa
—only 25 cents.
of a deceased nerve for healthy blood. f’se
The wheat is nearly all shipped from Gilmore's Aromatic Wine for the blood.
Dr. J. II. Smith of Amity was in the at Miss Russ’ millinery parlors, Wednes thy in educational matters which has this
For sale by Kogers A Todd.
day afternoon, Friday and Saturday. been so clearly pointed out. In other
city last evening.
REV. W. FISK REQl’A, of Aurora. III.,
Skating rink to-night and Thursday
towns in our 6tate where colleges are
says; "I liave used Gilmore's Aromatic
of work for the exhibition, this after situated the whole people rejoice when fence around liie lot.
night, onlv, of this week.
Wine and find it an excellent household
noon and to-morrow forenoon.
Mr. J. W. McCutcheon has opened a remedy that none ought to do without. For
Wayland Hunsaker is down from Tur Russ has been to the expeuse ol having ever the school year begins. The prom boot
Third Street Bet. I) an 4 K itf
sale by Rogers A Todd.
and shoe shop in our town.
ner, visiting his parents.
one of her show windows deepened es inent citizens give receptions for the
THE PRETTIEST LADY in Olea i was
Mr. S. A. C’aldwel has been appointed
Miss F. E. Russ has our thanks for a pecially for this exhibition, and we may benefit of the students, and do all in Wells
asked what made her complexion so clear
Fargo agent here, vice Eeckhant. and
look for something beautiful in the line their power to welcome to their society
beautiful. She said it whs by using
beautiful Christmas card.
of ladies’ handiwork.
Mr. J, W. Collins is preparing to Gilmore's Aromatic wine. For sale by
Mathushek pianos and Shoninger or
a worthy and deserving clasB of young fence in the block he bought of Mr. Rogers <fc Todd.
gans cheaper than ever at Manning &
C apsized .—Sunday last as a party people. When did McMinnville wake Kutch.
MRS. I,. LOOMIS, of Elba. N. Y.. write«
us that she was sick for six months, was in
consisting of Walter and Jimmy Dur up to her privileges and show I er cor
It costs our supervisor $2.50 to collect duced to try Gilmore's Aromatic Wine,
The minstrels at the opera house last ham and a Mr. Reynolds were coming diality to students? More of this at an $3.00
eyening were greeted with a fair audi down the Yamhill river on a ducking other time.
Rogers A Todd.
excursion, they gota “ducking” and no
Prof. Campbel! and wife of Monmouth
Two weddings in our town this even REV. H. H. EWELL, of Pavillion, N. Y.
White «nil RM Lead,
Try the pure fruit extracts tablets, mistake. The boat ran against a sunken were in chapel the other morning. The ing. Will give particulars in our next says of Gilmore's Aromatic Wine; "1 be
lieve it to be a most desirable remedy to be
and other fine candies at 11. H. log and capsized, throwing (lie occu professor emphasized two thoughts in a communication.
«nd Lubricating Oile,
placed in every family.” For sale hr Kog
five minutes speech to the students. At
The Carltonites are ready to vote for ers A Todd.
Varnishes of all Description,
pants out into about twenty feat of wa tention and energy Were the catchwords.
Dime musical entertainment nt the ter. Jimmy and Walter hung onto the
THE WIFE. MOTHER AND M All» who
We hope the leaders of these notes the county seat to go to .McMinnville.
Kalsomine, Spanish Whiting
Baptist church to-morrow (Wednesday) log and got ashore without much difficul will
So hurry up your enabling act.
suffer from Female weakness and Debility,
have a merry Christmas.
ty, but Mr. Reynolds staid by the boat
The annual social of the senior acade Our town is very dull at the present
was carried down stream a consider mic class in college was held at the resi owingto suspension of business of Black cure. For sale by Kogers A Todd.
P. A R. and Princess Mariah»
There are a few more_of those tobog and
distance before he succeeded in dence of Prof. Crawford on Friday even burn A Peckham, but will revive soon as GILMORE’S AROMATIC is a great suc
gan caps left at Miss Russ’ ; Only 90 able
Roof Paint, Venitian Real,
reaching the shore. They lost two shot ing of lastweek. There was a full at Mr. Reding the receiver will open up in cess therefore we challenge the World to
its equal as a restorative for wom Spanish Brown,
guns and their overcoats. Taking it all tendance and a good time.
a tew days and says lie will sell at cost. produce
The little folks were eriven a partv at together it was afortúnate escape.
Miss Mattie Walton, who has been If some enterprising man would come an. For sate by Kogers A Todd.
the residence of John W. Baker, last
REV I. M. DERBY, of Linden, N. Y.,
sick for several week, decided to go and buy the stock entire and keep a
R esigned .—Prof. J. A. Price lias home on Monday ; accordingly she and good stock lie
he could do a good business says; “The Gilmore Aromatic Wine prov
Prie»» a» Law as tha Laweat.
ed a great blessing to my wife.', For sale
To-day being St. Thomas’ dav, there tendered his resignation as principal of her mother left for La Camas, W. T. here.
by Rogers A Todd.
J0NE8 A Co,
■will be service at St. James (Episcopal) the public school of this city ; and at a
of the school year.
church at 10, a. m.
meeting of the directors list evening it
Bruce Palmer has had a tussel with a
George Cornet is the efficient and gen was decided to accept it. Prof. Price cold, but is out again.
You are feeling depressed, yotlr appetite
tlemanly artist in Welch’s Tonsoral Par has been offered a position at the head
Miss Lenore Kay starts for Browns Herald]
lors, after August 6.
is poor, yoti are bothered with headache,
ville to-day. It is rumored that Miss j
of tho public schools of The Dalles, and
Parties are at work on the revision of if his health will permit will accept the Libbie, her sister, who was in school I On last Saturday two young min you Are fldgetty, nervous, nnd generally
the city charter. It will be submitted to place. We understand that the princi last year, is to be married during the j from Latayette, on passing the Fairview out of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace
school house, went into the house and up. but not with stimulants, spring medi
J. M. CHAPMAN, Pre.,
the council in the near future.
palship of the school here has been of holidays.
The holiday recess of the school will carried off or destroyed two bottles of cines, or bitters, which have for their basis
Why will you go without a clothes fered to Prof. Jordan, now of Moore’s begin on Friday next and continue until ink and a book. They had better not very cheap bud whisky, nnd which stimu Carries a full stock of Furnitur», ef all
wringer, when you can get a first-class Valley district. We shall be sorry to Tuesday after New Year.
kinds, Eine Bedroom Sets, Mirrors,
repeat it, as they are well known by late you for an hour, and then leave you in
worse condition than before. Wloit you
Mo-.-.'klings, Wall Papers, Et»., Etc.
one of Manning and Co. for only $2.75? loose Prof. Price from among us, but
wherever Iw goes he will carry with him the students during holidays.
want is an alterative that will purify your
Great bargains in all kinds of watches, the best wishes of this community.
Frank*Rhodes, of McMinnville, now
Several are ailing with colds on Col wields
clocks, plated ware, etc., at the Mc
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the rod in the Wm. Cooper neys, restore your vitality, and give renew
health ami strength. Such a medicine
Minnville Jewelry store, Wm. Holl, pro C hristmas B all .—We are in receipt legeside.
school district, viee Lueinla DeFord, ed
you will find in Electric Bitters, ami onlv
of an invitation to be present at a grand party on the 13th inst. There were fif resigned.
50 cents a bottle at Kogers A Todd's drug
Our young friend Wavne Carlin is down ball to be given at Lancefield's hall, teen wee ones, mostly of her Sunday
The Sunday School concert at the store.
from Baker City, paying the old home Amity, on next Friday evening—Christ school class. She received several nice Webfoot church, on Sunday, December
Store,.one door «aatb af bririg«, bkandan,.
a visit. He reports business booming
cards and other presents.
5th, was attended by a great many peo
in that region.
We have heard of a surprise party at ple, and was greatly liked by all wbo
attend. The Amity boys know- Mr. Chandler’s on Friday evening last— were there. The exercises were numer
The ladies Guild of St. James (Episco all who
how to manage things to make no particulars.
ous, and shows a great deal of apt on
pal) church will meet at the residence just
M c M innville , oregon .
enjoy themselves, and they
J ackson .
the part of our people, the young folks
of D. C. Ireland, to-morrow (Wednes everybody
are doing everything in their power to
Always on hand tl e best quality of Beef.
day) at 2 p. m.
prepare things for a first-class time.
O. M, Harris recently had the mis Mutton, Pork, and
Clocks can be bought at the McMinn An elegant supper will be served, and
fortune to shoot a hole in his hand with
ville Jewelry store cheaper than any those fortunate enough to attend will
M ehama , O r ., Dec. 17, 1886.
a 22-caIibre pistol. It did not injure any
where else. Come and see for yourself, be well pleased.
E d . T elephone :
bones. O. M. will be more careful in
W m . H oll .
In my rambles I have reached this the future.
S hooting M atch .—Last Friday a
Vinegar, 25 certts per gallon, in large
Highest prices paid for all kinds of fa*
The entertainment which the Fairview stock.
or small quantities; sweet cider. 15 number of our citizens engaged in a village, twenty-five miles northeast of
■cents per gallon, at the cider mill of shooting match tor Christmas turkeys. Salem. This is a nice summer resort school expected to givo during the holi
days has been postponed until at the
GIVE ME A CALL.
Jno. J. Sax.
The day was wet and foggy and it was for Salem, Portland and other points. close of the term.
Remember, for Buckey pumps Man difficult to see the clay pigeons as they Doubtless many of our McMinnville
' F, 8. KELLER.
ning 4 Co. have the exclusive sale of were thrown from the trap. S. A. Man friends would find it pleasant to drive
In the City.
them and sell them at bedrock prices. ning made the best score, breaking sev here during the long summer days, in
The best pump in the world.
en consecutive pigeons. However, J. F. stead of making the drive over the coast
Following is the programme for Christ
The McMinnville Jewelry store is the Wisecarver carried off the most turkevs. rartge of mountains.
mas eve at the opera house;
largest west of Portland, and the cheap We have a number of good shots
S. A. Henton Post No. 37 G. A. R.
Song by the school.
est place to buy goods in Oregon. Wm. among us, but last Friday was a very Department of Oregon, was installed by
Recitation, Lasira Apperson.
poor day in which to display their
Holl is the proprietor.
Recitation, Cyntitha Fellows.
Comrades Babcock, I’. D. C.; T. C.
mark man sli ip.
R. McKUNE, P r «» r .
Song, "Waiting for Santa Claus.”
SAM LIKENS, Proprietor.
Several valuable pieces of real e state
Smith, S. V. D. C.; and Comrade Wright
Recitation, Herbert Toney.
are offered for sale in this issue of the
R ecital .—Several members of Miss of^edgwick Post of Salem. The follow
Blacksmithing and carriage ironing of
Recitation, Helen Calbreath.
T elephone . Whoever first takes advan Belle Johnson’s music class participated ing officers w ere then elected and install
Trans kill Slock Well < arci For I
tage of the offers will secure bargains.
in a recital at the residence of Dr. John C ; Miles Rainwater, J V C ; J W Labare
Team» »nd outfit« flirni«lie<! partira wish-'’
Billiards at the "Orphan’s Home” 15 son, Wednesday evening. The pro
M; John W Barham, S; II Ward C;
to go to the coast, at reasonable rates.
cents per game of 34 points; 20 cents for gramme was in selections from Beetho Q
50 points, and 25 cents for 50 points
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
ven, Kuhlen, Clematis and Coote. The ris Officer of the Guard ; W J Wiggs. A ;
when one player discounts the other.
pupils were Slisses Rosa Hembree, Elva W P Robertson, S M ; Peter Mawer, Q
H. H. W elch .
best salve in the world for cuts,
and Myrtle Apperson, Lillie Ireland, M 8. A good time was had by the
Also manufacture the
It may not be generally known, but it Jessie Reed, Emma Wright, Ora War “boys in blue.” Indeed I felt, while bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
HERE WE ARE AT LAST 1
is nevertheless true, that Amasa Brooks, ren and Mrs. Russell. They certainly talking with them, that I was among sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, X^W“Celcbrated Oregon Iron Harrow,
—Harness at the—
at present a carpenter in town, built the acquitted themselves very acceptably to Uncle Sam’s "pick.”
In my run through Clackamas and corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
first house that was ever built in Mc tbeir teacher and parents and friends
GIVE ME A CALL.
Marion counties 1 find fall grain looking tively cures piles, or no pay required.
It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
The Christmas tree at the Episcopal
Saleinites are expecting the “wise tion, or money nrfuudcd. Price 25
Fon S ale C heap .—Forty acres ol
church Christmas eve, will be at 6
o’clock. This will give those in atten land, situated five and one-half miles tell them all they know. Here every Todd.
dance a chance to be at the hall in time northwest of McMinnville, adjoining the thing is being made ready for their re
Third Street, between E end F.
lor the public school tree.
Dave McCall place on the left. This ception.
Buggy Harness from $12.00 »nd upward?
Home Produce Market.
I hope to reach your city about the
Holiday Goods are going off like hot piece of land is offered for sale cheap on
Teum Harness from $25.00 and upward.-
cakes at Geo. W. Burt’s, and lie don’t easy terms. It is well fenced, contains 23d inst.. when I will report more fully
I have also something entirely new in the'
Corrected for the T elethonb by Bnxtcr 4 |
have to run a lottery swindle to sell a living spring of water, ten acres of it what 1 have seen and heard.
line of sweat pads.
R ambler .
them either; the prices are so low they has been tiuder cultivation, anil eight
My term« are CASH, or notes thst ran'
Wheat, per bit..................
be turned into cash.
acres has been slashed. I’rice $10 per
Oats, per hu
Flour, per bar......................
$4.00«$4. IO cial men and general travel.
We would advise all those who think acre. For turther particulars call at the
— Having Houglit the
Eggs, per doz....................
of making Christmas presents to call at T elephone office.
Transient stor k well cared for.
Following is the programme of the en Butter, per lb
Miss Russ’ and examine her stock of
Cheese, nest, per lb....
fancy paper and envelopes and other ar F or S ale .—A piece of valuable pro tertainment to lie given by Hie Young Apples, per ln>x
20<B30e Everything new and in First-Class Order ,
ticles. She has an elegant stock and perty situated just outside the city lim People's Guild at the Baptist church, Bacon, sides........................
Patronage respectfully solicited.
is offering it at extremely low prices.
its, for sale at a bargain. Large bouse, Wednesday evening, December 22:
ham, sugar cured
BuninrflN of Ix>gan Bros.
Overture by the choir.
No handsomer display of Christmas well built; several acres of ground for
son. I am ready to do all kinds of
Song, "Merry Christmas Bells,” the
■cards or novelties can be found in the gardening, and fruits of various kinds
city than that to be seen at Miss F. E. nicely started, numerous outhouses, children.
Trucking and Delivering
Reading, "Christinas Snowflakes,”
Russ'. Her 10-cent counter alone con barn, etc. Everything in good order.
A public examitation of teachers will
tains many beautiful articles from a Property is situated on Collegeside. Miss Mattie Martin.
—At Any Tim».—
Quartette, Mrs. J. E. Magers, Miss be held on December 27, 1886» at Mc
Christmas card up to an elegant bottle of Satisfactory reasons for wanting to sell.
Wagon Always Ready.
Minnville, Oregon, at the office of County
and W. Gwinn.
Me a Trial.
Dr. I. C. Taylor is in the city with
Recitation, Pearl Campbell.
headquarters at the office of Dr. H. V.
J. A. C. F rbvnd , Fupt.
V. Johnson. Dr. Taylor makes a spe N early a F ire .—The Union school chett.
cialty of hemorrhoids and other diseases house, about two miles from Buena Vis
Declamation, Jas. Schenk.
of the rectum. No charge for examina ta, iu Polk county, came near burning
Duette, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Chandler.
tions. Cure guaranteed or no charge on Monday night last. The fire was in
Recitation, Helen Cal breath.
Ladies, please call and see n»y
Recitation, “Christmas is Coming’”
Two acres of land just acPo«» the creek
the fluor, and was discovered in time to
The school exhibition at the opera save the building, after a big bole was Eva Baxtex.
town, near the college.
Quartette. Mrs. A. C. Chandler. Miss
house Christmas night should be well burned in the floor. It was no doubt
Next to Yamhill County Bank.
attended, as in fact it will be. There the work of an incendiary, as Frank Mattie Martin, Mrs. A. C. Chandler and sold cheap on account of the oi.'ner leav
O hxuon .
will bea rhetorical contest first, between Brook«, of Salem. the teacher, had had J. R. Sanders.
Declamation, “Is There no God?” F. Oregon.
Will have an early Fall Stock.
scholars selected from each room, for no fire in the stove during the day.
prixes. interspersed with good music,
The Largest and Fine«! Stork ever brought
■labile» song, by the little folks.
to Yamhill I’.mntr.
and the wind up,—well wait till you see
H cre ’ s A CitAXCE.-We have for sale a
Reading, Alta Porter.
small place adjoining town containg a
Farmer’s song, Myrtle and Robert
Owing to the change in our business is warranted, is becansa it is tho best Boots and Shoes mnile to order and neatly
Blood Preparation known. It will poai-
M eetings .—Rev. A. J. Hunsaker will little more than an acre of gronnd; a* Henderson.
need all the money dne ns. Sr all lively cure all Blood Disease«, pnriflea tlio
two «»orv house and ham ; well set
commence a series of meetings at the food
with small fruit trees: good well, etc. Tucker, Messis. Magers »nil Chandler. who owe us please call and settle at whole Bystem, and thoroughly builds up tho
Frico to the Bedrock.
South Yamhill Baptist church on Satur We will sell this place at a bargan. For
Admission to the entertainment, 10 once.
constitution. Remember, wo guarauteo it. I
day December 25, 1886, at 11, a. m. to father particular« enquire at thia office cents; children free.
Koo : es 4 T chad .
I' I IL'UKHNaiWE*.
Geo. W. Hurt, d; 'Jgg;»t.
continoa for several
BEDROCK PROS !
Come md be Convinced.
Jones it Co.,
Undertaker’s Goods !
G. E. LETTERING.
All Kinds of Moat.
New Blacksmith Shop!
Livery and Feed stable If
Give me a Call «f
Lafayette Harness shop,
Henderson Bros. Props.
Truck and Express
F. E. RUSS
M. S. C1OFF. ..
10 CENT COUNTER 10
Boot tinti Shoe Store !