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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 11, 1887)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE,
M- M-Bannister and wife of the Bay
ton Herald were in our city . Wednesday
Mrs. Stuart will goon
nne of new millinery goods for thi le
One of the most disgusting spectacles
we have seen upon our streets fur a long
time, was witnessed Tuesday. Several
young gii Is from 10 to 18 year8 of age
weie reluming from the college, where
they a>e attending school, with lighted
cigarettes in their mouths. Such con
duct is certuinlv very unbecoming Io
any one who professes to lie a lady, to
the least. We hope it was done
from mere thoughtlessness, and that
they will not repeat such proceedings.
Now is the time when the other half
of the household is scooting from room
to room wondering “how in natur vou
think I can pack all these things unless
vou stay at home and help me?” April
1st is near at hand, and of all dais in
the year it is the one to make ns feel
the most miserable as it is "moving
day.” The thought now. of stoves, stove
pipes, bedsteads and i-a |iets, cau-es
Hie cold chills to creep softly and gently
up an down the spinal column,
*till it is a calamity that is fastened up
on one-half the American people, and it
becomes us to bear the affliction like
Religious Services-Sunday Next
Social meeting at 11 o’clock every
Lord's day at the Christian church.
Sunday school every Sabbath at 3
Good Results in Every Cas?.£
Hrs. II. P. STUART
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
of Chattanogu, Tenn., writes that he was
seriously a filleted with a were cold that
The Leader in Millinery.
nettledI un his lungs; had trie« I many reme
dies without tM'iielit. Being induce«! to tty
L)j. King's New Discovery for consumption HAIR WEAVING AND STAMPING
did so and was entirely cured by use of u
few bottles. Since which time he has used Opposite Grunge Store. McMinnville. 42tf
it in his familv for ail coughs ami colds
with best results. This is the experience of
thousands w hose lives have been saved by
this wonderful «liseovery.
Trial buttles free at Rogers & Todd's drug
The Heath dramatic company will
................. R. 1’. Boise.
.. Geo. W. Belt. appear al Lafayette this evening and to
M. E church—services will be held
at 11 a. m. and at 7:00 p. tn.
R. P. Hird
Levs. Rung and Henderson attended
Senators ■ ' '
Allure cordially invited.
J. W. Watt.- Hie State Sunday school convention at
R. R. Laughlin. Salem
R ev . II. I'. S atchwell , Pastor.
F. N. Li’tle
’ (Catholic) church. Mass
.......... C. Lafol lett
Mrs. Jgg, h . Turner of Portland , rami
Judge ' ..........
.......... L. Liugbari up Wednesday evening, and
at 10:30 a m on the second and fourth
......... J S. Hibbs a few days visiting here.
Sundays of each month. Sunday school
Geo. D irsev
at 2 :3ii p. m. every Sunday.
G. W. Hriedwel!
J. H. HENDERSON
Lovers on parting at night
J. 8. W hite , Rector.
....... T .1. Harris their kissing before coming should do
(Successor to I.. Root )J
W. W. Nelson Iroiise. This item will hit
PIECE OF VALUABLE PROPFR-
St. Janies’ church. Rev. John C. A
A mmc SSOF
School Supt ..
Carries * full and complete stock of
J. A. C. Freund
from North Yamhill. Oregon Thi» piece of
7 p. in.
.......... I. D. Fenton
If you want a good bath now, go to
land will la- sold cheap on easy terms The
properly has a good house and out build
— He has leplaceii
Fr iday evening services at 7 :00 p m. ings, two good wells, a first-class brick yard,
pipes damaged by cold weather and is
Wooden and Willowware,
Seats free. AH a e cordially invited to ii good young orchard and small fruit of ull
prepared to accommodate all.
kinds Will also sell a good butcher shop
in North Yamhill. For further particulars
James Tyler is making some improve
C. P. church. Services at the usual address
.1 1, CASTLE.
ments to his house on Collegeside. He
hours. Subject for forenoon—“Must
North Yamhill, Oregon.
New embroidery at Miss Russ's.
is placing a brick foundation and will
Good» delivered promptly to any part
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. AH are
of the city.
Fresh roasted peanuts at H. H. hu ild an addition to his house.
cordially invited to attend these ser
J M Hulrey wishes it known that old
Goods Exchanged for Produce. 35tf
T. II. H enderson , Pastor.
A fine line of eressent trimings at E I! Milton will atand the ensuing season in tin, lately from the east, is an inventive
this city. Milton ¡swell known through genius. He now lives with bis cousin
lf'K TURPIN. 7« P. O J. C. C. R.
st the Baptist church.—
out this country, anil is a very popular near Albany. Tuesday he conceived the
HERE KE ARE AT LAST I
Color, rich golden vellow: buff nw.
Preaching morning and evening at usu
T. H. Graves of McCoy, Polk Co., horse with stock raisers.
W J Nesmith. Derry. Oregon;
—Harness st tlie—
idea of Hupplanting ordinary gun powder al hours—II a m. and 7 p. m.
is in tlie city.
Chas N Marks of this citv received the with giant powder in fire arm«. He first Subject for 11 a. in. “The reserved force« calved tn 1882; sired by Dixie; dam.Jessie.
133 P C J C C R
Property of Addie
N. Newhv, Esq., of Amity was in the sad intelligence yesterday, that Ins
of God." For 7 I». in. “The millenium.” Bral.i This tine bull will be kept on River
daughter, living at Pendleton, Oregon tested his idea by putting a small charge
Sunday school at 9:30 a. in.
was very ill and fears were entertained in a repeating rifle. It worked so well
AH are cordially invited to these ser
F ee —$5 Payable nt time of service.
James Flett is down from the mill in that she could not recover.
that, anxious to learn if giant powder vices. Strangeis especially made wel
Read the advertisement of the new uad the proper explosive force, hecharg- come to come and worship with us.
There are 421 children of school age grocery firm of Baxter & Rogers which -d a carti idge and put it in a shotgun.
G. J. B urchett , Pastor.
in this district.
Then lie fhed, and learned what a fool
■ ppears in this issue. Th. y know how lie
hail made of himself. When he was
Buggy Harness from $12.00 and upward.
5, 10 and 15 cents handkerchiefs al ro supply the wants of their customers, ible to rise again and rub the powde>
Team Harness from $25.00 mid upwanl.
and it would be well to call on them.
Miss F. E. Russ’s
(Successor to A. M. Taggart,)
■ut of his eyes, he found that lus gun
I have also son ething entirely new in the
This is a propitious time to plant ad had been demolished and that lie felt
Jubilee Ministrels at the opera house
line of sweat pads.
vertisements for the spring trade, and unwell. Gun powder is good enough from town, near the college.
Mv terms are CASH, or notes that cars
Hie TiiLErnoNE is the medium by which lor him at the present writing.
be turned into cash.
sold cheap on account of the owner leav
For posts and boards go to R. B to reaclr the best of the population
ing. Inquire ol J. Todd. McMinnville,
Stowe’s lumber yard.
throughout this section of the country
F atal A ccident .—News was brought Oregon.
Dr. Bovd left for his home in Golden-
Fine Tailoring a Specialty.
Farmers are anticipating a large crop to this city Wednesday, of an accident
dale W. T., yesterday.
of wheat. It is looking remarkable well, wh Icb occured on the upper Yamhill
Hon. F. N. Little of Moore’s valley and as the season for freezing out has river near Willamina, which rosulted
Owing to the change in otir business
nassed, they have a right to expect it
was in the city yesterday.
It never promised better in this section fatally to a young man named William we need all the money due us. 8 > all
A little child of Dr. E. E. Goucher is
Simpson. It seems that the young man who owe us please call anil settle at
.Tones & Co. are making some decided
quite sick with lung fever.
O rxoon .
improvements to the interior of their had been engaged in falling timber once.
The Direct Route I No Delays I
Band of Hope meeting at the M. E. «tore room by ceiling the sides and over Tuesday, on Capl. Lafollet’s place and
church to-morrow, at 2 p. m.
head; when finished, will paint it w ith had just felled a large tree, after which
Fast Trains I
Miss F. E. Russ made the T elephone a new process of kalsoming for which he sat down to rest. In falling the tree
they are sole agents.
had loosened some large limbs ol an
office a pleasant call yesterday.
THE LOWÆ6T KATES
In McMinnville. Oregon.
We are pleased to call the attention of
An extra edition of the Astoria Tran- other tree near by, directly above where
J. J. Flynn, of Portland is in the city
readers to the announcement of Messrs.
script reached our office to-day.
Tlie young Simpson was setting, anil one ol our
TO CHIOAQO ANO ALL POINTS
and made us a call yesterday.
Barnekoff. Thomason <fc Swanson, which
Snyder boys are just whooping thing* them fell, strikinghim on ti.e l.e.id caus will
appear in this week’s issue These
The locks at Oregon City have been up down in Astoria, and their many ing death in a short time. His remains gentlemen
East. Tickets sold to all prominent points
have established at McMinn
closed on account of high water.
friends in old Yamhill will he pleased to were hurried at Willamina yesterday. ville, McMinnville crossing and <’arl-
throughout the East and Southeast.
He leaves a young wile und one or two
H. F. Turner of the T elephone ÌR
lateat improved machinery for
spending a few days in Portland.
A large grey eagle has been playing
proper handling of grain. and
TO EAST-BOUND PASSENGERS
Miss Ella Woods arrived home from *ad havoc among the lambs along the
M instrels .—The Jubilee Minstrels otfcj the farmers of Yamhill county the
Jewelry Work Neatly Done.
Be careful and do not make a mistake.
Baker City, Wednesday evening.
lost six or seven while Wm. Hemstock will api>earat the Garrison opera house of their grain Years of experience and a
But be sure to take the
Get your horse hills printed at. this has lost about tweutv. So far efforts to Monday night, in their cyclopedia of practical knowledge of the business enable Watches Guaranteed & War
office. We will give you good work.
get a shot, at the bird have proved un Ethiopian eccentricities. The enter pay the highest cash price for grain of all
orthern acific ailroad
tainment will consist of songs, dances kinds, ami carry in stock a full line of the
Otir correspondents are evidently tak successful.
And see that your ticket reads via
ing a rest this week—the editor isn't.
The Sunday familv dinners at the and jokes. The minstrels are compos
will be to the advantage of all farmers to oring establishment of R. B. Hibbs.
Mr». Ira Rii'-'«, of Portland, is visiting new Cook hotel are gaining in popular ed of som- of our best local talent, and call an<l see them before making any other
ST. PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS,
the family of Rev. E. Russ of this city. favor every week. Every Sunday a they have always given us a good show arrangements for disposal of their grain or
string of people can be seen making
buying their machinery or wagons By
John Monroe, the pioneer mill man their wav toward the hotel, with a view
courteous and honorable dealing, and strict
To avoid chan res and serious delays occa
sioned by other routes.
of Willamina was in the city yesterday. of getting one good square meal during is no tioupe traveling around to take attention to the best interests uf their pat
•T. F. Spencer returned from an exten the week, anyway.
our own boys, and they should be greet son will seek to hold the foremost position
C. N. Cook and bis son John were ed with a good house. Reserved seats among the business firms of Yamhill coun
ded trip to Portland last Saturday even
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cars
Third Street, between E and F.
can be procured at the city drug store ty, and we bespeak for them the the Bue-
are Run on Regular Express
cess which must attend their efforts Cali
hotel yesterday, while L. H. Cook and without extra charge.
P. F. Browne, the boot and shoe man, his son Charley, Cook “bossed” the job.
and see them
Trains Full length of the
is offering some*immense bargains, in Hon. J. E. Magers happened along just
Line. Berths Free.
M asqerade B all .—A very small
then and suggested that there were too
LOW RATES I
A handsome new sign locates the of many Cooks around the hotel ¡they were
You cannot afford to waste time in expe
at the opera bouse, Wednesday evening
fice of Dr. S. A. Young, in Garrison’s liable to spoil the broth.
but those who were piesent seemed to
W. H. Bingham is agent for a school
General Office of the Company,
Conaumption always seems at first, only a
First-class accommodations for Commer
Letter heads, bill heads, statement«, desk manufactured in Chicago which is enjoy themselves very well. Onlyalront cold. Do not permit any dealer to iinpose
anl all kind« of job printing on short handsome and cheap as well as durable. a dozen numbers were sold, but quite a upon you with some cheap imitation of Dr.
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Or
Transient stock well cared for.
notice at this office.
He has one of the desks at his furniture number of spectators were present. King's New Discovery for Consumption,
County court has been in session this establishment. School directors who The prizes were awarded to Holt Nel genuine. Because he cun make more profit Everything new and in First-Class Order
A. D. CHARLTON,
week, and the usual number from here wish to purchase desks for their respec son for the best gentlemen masker, rep lie may tell you he has something just as
Western Passenger Agent.
have been in attendance.
call on Mr. Bingham and examine this for the best lady masker, representing blit insist upon getting Dr. Kings New Dis
If yon want your knives, scissors, ra desk.
covery, which is guarranteed to give relief
pop corn girl.
in nil Throat, Lung ano Chest affections
zors or anything in that line sharpened,
take them to Frank Collard.
or S ale .—A piece of valuable pro Trial bottles free at Roger A Todd's Drug
priate any funds to sustain the slate
thousands suffering trim Asthma, Con.
Go see the roller organ, a new music board of immigration, so that institution perty situated just outside the city lim
sumption. Coughs, etc. Did you ever try
box which play« any tone bv any on". is to be sustained bv private subscrip its, for sale at a bargain. Large house,
Acker's English Remedy? It is the beat
Saved His Life.
McMinnville jewelry store, Wm. Holl, tion. The McMinnville board of trade well built; several acres of ground fur
preparation known for all Lung Troubles,
•old on a positive guarantee at 10c., 60c.
D. I. Wilcoxon, of Horse Cave. Ky., say»
gardening, and fruits of various kinds
Geo. W. Burt Druggist.
Mrs. J. G. Turner was summoned by m in of tl e committee on immigiation for nicely started, numeious outhouses, lie was. for many vears, badly afflicted with
barn, etc. Everything in good order. Phthisic, also Diabetes; the pains were al
telegragh to Portland, Wednesday
Property is situated on Collegeside. most unendurable and woulil sometime* al
morning, owing to sickness in the fami
throw him intoconvulslon*. He tri.d
A. J. Apperson lias received a large Satisfactory reasons for wanting Io sell. most
ly of W. B. Turner.
Electric Billers and got relief from the first
For further particulars enquiio at this l«'ttle
ami after taking six bottles, was en
Hon. Wyatt Harris, of Amitv was on
his store is now piled full. He has office.
tirely cured, and bin! gained in flesh eigh
our streets Wednesday. He is about a and
teen pounds. Bays he positively lielieve»
large stock of gents furnishing goods,
Teadv to begin bis work of assesment and of suits for spring and summer
H ere ’ s A C hance .-W, have for sale a he would have died, had It not been for the
for the current year.
w-ear which are of the latest stvles, and small place adjoining town conlaing a relief afforded bv Electric Hitters. Sold al
fifty cents a bottle by Rogers A Todd.
Supervisor Austen has fixed the road handsome paterns. Before you pur little more than an acre of _
•on the hill at this side of the long bridge chase your spring suit, call and take a good two s»ory bouse and barn ; well set
across the Yamhill at this place, so that look at Appersou’s stock.
Home Produce Market,
with small fruit trees
trees ; good well, etc.
it is now in a good condition.
It is flattering and pleasing for the We will sell this place at a bargan.
Corrected for the T elephone by Baxter A
This is the season every person should editor of a paper who urges upon the
be on the lookout for frauds. It is true community the practice of patronizing
Wheat, per bu .....................
all season« are their’s but this is the time home institutions ami meriliants, to
March 10th 1887.
Oats, per hu
they arc the most numerous.
drop into one of his home stores and
John J. Sax wants it known that he is see great stacks of printed stationary, presents a lively appearance.
Eggs, per doz........................
Butter, tier lb
ready to chop at the mill for $2 per ton, procured from foreign establishments
Having Bought the—
Prof. Young began teaching again, on Cheese, best, per lb....
or will take 1-10 toll. Corn meal also when the same class of printing is no
Apples, per I kix ..................
—Which will soon appear.—
ground. Satisfaction guaranteed.
• better and a« high priced as the home Monday.
Bacon, sides ....................
printer would ever think of asking.
The education most needed hv the
ham, sugar cured ..
Three gentlemen arrived in this city Oiegon City. He intends to locate here
youth of our land, is one that «ball teach
them, not onlv to decline a Latin sub yesterday, direct from Minnesota. Tliev permanently.
Bw«in?fm of Ix»gnn Brow. £ Henilrr-
THE WIFE. MOTHER AND MAH) who
report that the thermometer registered
stantive, but also to decline a drink.
son. 1 am ready V j do all kind» uf
There will be a morning express train
HO degrees below zero when they left troin this place to Portland on the narrow suffer from Female weakness and Debility,
will find Gilmore's Aromatic a positive
Miss Russ has ordered direct from that country, and express themselves gauge road next week. The train will cure.
For sale by Rogers A Todd.
Trucking and Delivering
New York, a large line of hats etc., as gr«atlv pleased with our section of stay over night at this place.
—At Any Time.—
which will be here in time for her grand the country and also, with the climate.
GILMORE'S AROM ATIC is a great «tic-
The Emma Heath Dramatic troupe will cess. therefore we challenge the World tn
opening of which due notice will be Tliev seen'red work wilh Jones A Co
Wagon Always Ready
immediately. There is no difficulty in play here to-morrow night anil Saturday proatM ■■ its • -|ii.il a« a restorative for wom
night also. They come well recommend an. For sate by Rogers A Todd.
getting work here if one wishes it.
Me a Trial.
We were pleased to meet Mr. Milller
ed and, no doubt, will be liberally patro
REV I M DERBY, of Linden, N. Y.,
and son recently from the east, yester
We happened to drop into Mr. Fei nized.
says; “The Gilmore Aromatic Wine prov
M. S. GOKT
day. Mr. Miller is the father of Mrs. low’s furniture ware rooms yesterday,
ed a great blessing to my wife.', For »ale
“Louva, the pauper,” was played i by Rogers A Todd.
Jas. Flett, and talks of locating in this and were shown a plan for a lady a sec
retary. which, when completed, «ill be
REV. DR. FREELAND. of Fowlerville.
a very fine piece of furniture. He also The receipts at the door were «43.
N. Y.,writes ns that two hottlesof Gilmore's
F. Milliner of the Central hotel has has two laurel-wood secretaries under
Aromatic wine cured his wife of nervon«-
for sale a large lot of bedding, spring course ot construction, and a verv fine
ness and sleeplessness. Bold by Roger» A
mattresses, etc., etc. Parties desiring black walnut bed-room set for one of our
anything of this kind can secure bar me-chants. All »re too be made by Ins
GILMORE’S AROMATIC WINEIsa
gains by calling at the Central at once. foreman, Mr. B. C lark.
We offer for sale 320 acres of land, itive cure for all those painful compla
common to all our best female popula
Messrs. James Harvey and Robert
— Dealer in—
Our subscription list continues to situated 4li miles west of McMinnville;
Has been thoroughly renovated and is now
Barnett, have been in this vicinity da grow, a half dozen new names being 4 > acres farming land, the balance good tion. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
ready to receive grain.
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
ring the pa«t week, buying ctlves to added to it since l.i’t week’«
WANTED. A case of female weakness,
sen 1 to the Big Bend country. They ex the names are handed in volnnt.nly pasture land; weH watered 3 living general debility nr nervous exhauston that
Cutlery, Fishing Tackle, Etc., Etc.
pect to ship them Irom McCoy, Polk Co. and withont any solicitation on our | art springs; all tinder good new fence; Gilmore's Aromatic Wine wile not cure.
Sturare and Cleaning. 3 cents. Calcutta
All kinds of
sack, constantly on hand and »old at the
on the 20th of this month.
ive are constrained to believe that the new barn, and good house. This is the Sold by Rogers A Todd.
Gunsmith, Ixicksmith and Sewing
,.eople throughout thi" «”'t'1<’n »' ”’e
R J. WHITNEY, of Clarkson, ff. |
Rev. J. W. Smith, latent Kansa». has
is offered for sale at ■ bargain. For fur | Y REV.
appreciate • live
Machine Work done with
been engaged by the members of the country
ner Let the good work continue—we
Neatness and Dispatch.
Christian church nf this city, to preach hive the means at hand for any emer
Farmer» are respectfully invit'd to call Choke-boring a Specialty, and Satis
for them throughout the coming year.
Burklen’s Arnica Salve.
GILMORE'S AROMATIC AVINEistbe and see us.
His first sermon will be at the chuich gency.
great remedy for women and children, 12*
This week Mr B. Chrk foreman foronr
Sunday, March 13, at 11 o’clock a. tn.
Tlie bent naive in the world for enta, doses for $1 Sold by Rogers A Todd.
On* Door went of Rmiter A Martin**
WM. GALLOWAY Prop.
,„.e.prising furniture dealer Mr. E H.
The snow has nearly all ¿¡«appeared Fellows, tu-ned out one of the fine-t I bruiwen. aoree. ub er», wait rhenm, fever
GILMORE'S AROMATIC WINE makes
'VXnXv'ica that are fretful peevish.
from the mountain« near this pla>-e ««•«•»>'
hair" ’ that
ha« l>een ou- piea*urt?
tetter, chapped hands, rliilblaina, a Isdv beautiful, because it gives her good,
“W r» YXxv Of the rood thinrsof this AJX*V>ero««, or troubled wilh
The greatest depth this winter was about It i*
is made of black wjls— ;* = 1, ,,L»
and all rkin eruption*, and po*i- ' rich blood Hold by Rogers A Todd.
life are sorrowfully let Windy Colle, Teething Peins, or
four and one falf feet. Some little dam
I tjyeiv mre* pile*, <»r no pav reqnired.
IMPoTENi Y IN MAN Oil WOMAN alone on arrount of Dyspepsia. Acker’s Stomach Disorders, can be relieved
age was done to sheds, the g eat Weight <n invilid l.idv, and i* *o
It i* guaranteed tn give perfect *atirda«” | quickly cured by Gilmores Aromatic wine. Dyspepsia Tableta will cum Dyspepsia, at ooee by using Acker's Baby S-sHber.
ol snow breaking them down. Miller’- tn mike a very romfortaMe lerhningl I linn, or money reitiude«!
Pri«*e 25; Hold by Rogers A Todd.
iDdigeslion and Constipation; sold on a It contains co Opium or Mo'phina,
mill was partially cru-bed in. The mill ^..TJsiell »’»fine p.-'o ornament. »•ent* |>er box.
Fur sale by Kogers A
LADIES, use Gilmore's Aromatic wine, it positive guarantee at 25 sad 60 cents, by hence Is safe. Price k5 cents. |fv|4 by
was not running and there was no one Mr. Clark is the finest workman in tlie Todd.
^>1 I will cure you, Bold by Roger» A Todd.
[<i. W. Burt. Druggist.
0. W Burt, Drnggist.
near to keep the enow shoveled off. I
Jhe damage wil| be light,
Mt:! Mt:! Me!
Lafayette Hamess shop,
The Great Transcontinental Route.
Good Fit Guaranteed or Ko Sale.
ZSFew Opening !
Henderson Bros. Props.
G. E. DETMERING
Dry Goods House
Truck and Express
Í Highest Market Price Paid far Wheat.