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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (April 26, 1887)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE,
DI It ECTOB Y.
R. P. Boise
prostcutihg Attorney........... Geo. W. Belt.
R. P Bini
. J- W. Watts.
R. It. laiughlin.
P. N. Little
• •.. C, Lafollett
■ L. Lougharv
J. S. Hibtw
........ Geo. Dorsev
........ G. W. Briedwell
T. J. Harris
.......... W. W. Nelson
........ Wyatt Harris
J. A. C. Freund
.............J. D. Fenton
........... D. C. Narver
telephone whisperings .
< avalry C ompany .—During the t>Hst
three years Sheridan lias maintained an
excellent cavalry company, and now as
the time for whidi they enlisted lias al
most expired, and the members of the
company have become scalteied, steps
are being taken among the old cavalry
sold.ers residing in this city, to organii«
here. Captain Tillotson of tlie Slieridan
company is soon to leave that place, and
it is probable that the company there
will not lie continued longer than till
lime. Captain Tillotson says the arms
and uniforms oi the Sheridan company
• an be transfered to a company at tliis
place, which he will gladly have done,
should a company be organized here,
there are fifty guns and forty-twosabe s
besides the uniforms, belonging to the
Sheridan company. Let the old soldiers
get together and organize a good coiui'a-
'i.V at this place. Any members of the
Sheridan Company who wish, could re
enlist in a company at tliis plucb.
We are pleased to call the attention of
our readers to the announcement of Messrs.
Barnekoff. Thomason A Swanson, which
April 25, 1887.
will ap[*ear in this week’s issue These
Fall wheat looks unco nmonly well, gentlemen have established at McMinn
will, prospect of a fine yield.
ville, McMinnville crossing and Carl-
I ton. commodious warehouses, complete
Spring seeding is way behind, and the • with latest improved machinery for
farmers somewhat discouraged.
| the proper handling of g’-ain. and
offer the farmers of Yamhill county the
Leonard Umplilett. is quite sick with I ' very
best facilities for storage and cleaning
remittant fever, hut Dr. Taylor of this of their grain Years of experience ami u
town, thinks he will have him up in a practical knowledge of the business enable
them to guarantee satisfaction They also
t>ay the highest cash price for grain of all
Uncle Billy’Buffum is the first to be anils, and carry in stock a full line of the
gin making iinpiovements this season, i verv best farm machinery, wagons, Ac It
lie ih building a bam on his lot occupied will be to the advantage of all farmers to
by Dr. Smith.
call and see them before making any other
arrangements for disposal of their grain or
Mr. Mills, is repairing and shelving buying their machinery or wagons By
the building just bought by him, pre courteous and honorable dealing, and strict
paratory to patting in a stock of goods attention to the best interests of their pat
rons, Messrs Barekoff. Thompson A Swan
which he will upen out soon.
son will seek to hold the foremost position
The Odd Fellows have been very busy among the business firms of Yamhill coun
ty, and we bespeak for them the the suc
of late fixing up tor their anniversary cess
which must attend their efforts. Call
celebration. It is to he held in Lance- and see
field’s warehouse which is just below
Good Results in Every Case.
Dick Simpson is complaining of a
cold caught in your town on last Wed D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
nesday, it being the first one he has had of Chattanoga, Tenn., writes that he was
for years. He thinks the climate of seriously afflicted with a severe cold that
McMinnville would not agree with him. settled on his lungs; had tried many reme
dies without benefit. Being induced to tiy
Our road supervisor has made some Dr. King’s New Discovery for consumption
improvements on Main Btreet of late, did so and was entirely cured by use of a
faking pattern I think from the way few bottles. Since which time he has used
• oil fix some of the sheets of your town. it in his family for all coughs and colds
We will he able to travel Main street with best resuits. This is the experience of
thousands whose lives have been saved by
Hiroughtlie summer without a doubt.
this wonderful discovery.
M ore A xox .
Trial bottles free at Rogers & Todd’s drug
CHANGED OWNERS ! !
Mrs John Axiom of Collegeside is quite
S erious A ccident .—A serious acci-
Fresh roasted peanuts at II. H. dent happened at the railroad bridge
near North Yamhill Saturaday,in which
For posts and boards go to R. B
t wo of the biidge carpenters were quite
Slowe’s lumber yard.
seriously hurt. Tlie men have lieen en
F. W. Martin has forty head of fine gaged in repairing and bracing the
million sheep toi sale.
bridge, and Saturday a piank eight feet
Wanted—A first class diessmaker. oug ahd twelve niche« wide, fell about
Apply to Mrs H. I’. Stuart.
'liirtv feet, one end striking G. M. Rinc
Ifvnn want a good training cart for -ear tlie corner of Ins right eye, while
your horse, call at F. J. Mintin'».
lie oilier end struck J. B. Kulins acros-
W. F. Collard now has a fine Parker Ihe bridge of the nose. Neither of th,
mfti are dAiigeioilsly hurt, owing to tin
shot gun for the use of his pations.
■'act that the timber in its fall »truck
ll»v. John 0. F.ii-, held «e'-vices al some bridging and glanced, breaking the
April 22. 1887.
Gopher Valley last Sunday evening.
or.-eoi the lih.w. Had tlie (dank fallen
Items are few and far between, and
one has to make the most of the few
Johnson tlie photierrsplmr left yester
doubtedly have been killed. It was foi- one gets.
day for Salem ; lie will retiyn in June.
luiiate that the accident p.oved no
The rain makes it bad »or the farmers
For sale—Team, wagon, nnd liarnes- worse than it is.
but they are trying to be resigned.
cheap. Inquire of T. P. Austen. 84tl('
Nelson Flint is inquiring for a strayed
G ood B usiness C hance .—A splendid
At tlie Star restaurant a good bed and
<wav saddle pony.
A small sorrel
good meal can be procured at all hours
with a white strip in the face.
■ n the milling business. Nathan Newby
Dr. Watts lectured at the church here
Look out for the new advertisement has placed in the han Is of C. W. Tal
last sat.beth to a fine audience and form
of Rogers & Todd tlie druggists next
ed a Constitutional Amendment League
at Aniitv. It consists of a Bteam grist of thirty four members.
Mrs. F. W. Martin lias been quite
Mr. I). M. Dorsey of Rainer who with
sick for sometime, but is gaining at mill, in good railing order: two Ilin
of stones—one for flour and one fo. his wife lias been visiting his parents
and others friends started for their home
A large nnmb“r from this citv, will sho. ts—a good house and ham, and one on Wednesday morning.
attend the Odd Fellows’ celebration at acre or more of ground. The machin
Some of Wiggin's disciples predicta
Amity to day.
ery in the mill is comparatively new,
continuance of the present showery
Rev. A. J. Hunsaker will preach mor
weather for seven weeks after Easter.
ning and evening, Sunday next at tlie ted in a lively town with onesjf the best Take note and remember.
it. Railroad running through the pi tee.
At a called meeting of the school dis
All kinds of farming implements from Price $2,500. Terms easy. Address C. trict,
every difference of wish in regard
a wheel barrow to a threshing machine, W. Talmage & Co. McMinnville,Oregon, to
division, was as every appearance
at F. J. Martin’B.
for further particulars.
indicated, amicably adjusted and an
eight hundred dollar tax was voted, for
For sale,—50,000 firs t-class brick. If
sold at once, will be sold cheap. Inquire
L ecture .—The lecture at the opera a school building to be erected upon the
at tliis office.
house bund.iy evening by Rev. Clark site on which the old one now stands.
But dissatisfaction lias again <levelo;>ed
Ernest Bollack, the jeweler, will still Smith on his travels and missionary in tlie minds of some and again they
have his shop with Hibbs «Sc Taggart at work in Africa was attended by a large have petitioned to divide and the other
their new quarters.
audience. The lecturer illustrated his party has again remonstrated. What
the final result will be, is at present a
Come to the T elephone office and see remarks by some of the tools used by matter of conjecture.
sample of tlie Burgias fence, made on the the natives in their woik, and also
Ilurgiss hand machine.
Lyle, an eight-year-old son of Prof. L.
showed some of the money used by the
II. Baker very narrowly escaped a
Grandma Burnett is spending a few- people of that far off land, and a sample of wound, if not a worse lute on last Sun
davs visiting the family of her son, Geo the Gods worshiped by them. The lec day after noon. The hired man had a
H. Burnett in Salem.
ture was ven interesting and was care pistol on a shelf, as he thought out of
fully listener! to by an appreciative reach of the children, but this little fel
E. N. Ford was tendered a pleasant audience.
Noone could listen to Mr.
spied it and quickly removed it
surprise party at the residence of W. f. •Smith without being deeply impressed low
from its resting plane, and in some way
Booth, Friday evening.
with the need of missionaries of Aii ica. pulled the trigger but fortunately the
muzzle was not turned toward any per
A. B. Westerfield of the Lafayette
A mendment L eague .— Our temper son, but into the bed crashed the ball,
Register was in the city Saturday, and
the bedding and fell on the
paid us a pleasant call.
ance peopie met pursuant to call, at through
floor. We are thankful it is no worse
Wanted immediately an experienced Grange hall Saturday afternoon and and hope it will prove a useful lesson.
girl to do housework at Mrs. H. P.
“ partly organized for the coming cam
C ornet .
Stuart’s, opposite Grange store.
paign. Rev. T. II. Henderson was
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
There will be a game of base ball, be- chosen president, and Edwin Russ sec
tween the McMinnville club, and tlie retary. A committee of five, consisting
The best salve in the world for cuts,
Forest. Grove ball cluo, al tliis place, of J. C. Cooper, W. J. Crawlord, IL 1‘.
Satrhwell, D. S. Holman and Geo. This- bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
Mrs. II. A. Lougharv, lias received sell, wee appointed to prepare a plan ol sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
news of the death of her aged mother, eamp.iign. The meeting then adjourn corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
Mrs Sagv Buxton aged ninety yeaiB, ed Io meet nt the Grange h ill, Illis eve- tively cures piles, or no pay required.
ing. at 7:30 b’cl ck. All friends oi It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
in Wappelo county Iowa.
tion, or money retuuded.
temperance are invited to be present.
cents per box. For Bale by Rogers &
Sealed bids for delivering 50 cords of
oak wood and 10 cords of big fir at tlie
N otice to C ontractors .—Sealed bids Todd.
college, will be received hv John Rhodes
or A. C. Chandler until May 1.
R elatives F ound —David I. Corker,
1887, for the erection of an Odd Fellows
L. D. Wishard, inter-collegiate secre building, to he built in this city; plans who was so foully murdered at Lafayette
Inst November, was supposed to have
tary of the Y. M. C. A. will lecture nt
»lie Baptist church next. Thursday even and specifications can be seen at Rogers had no lelatives living. At the time ol
& Todd’s d>tig store. The coininitte re
ing, April 28, 1887, at 8 o’clock p m.
the mnider inquires were made and
serve tlie right to reject all bids. Bids
Canton Gang Plow, something new to be Opened at Odd Fellows hall at 2 advertisements Inserted in eastern pa
turns two twelve inches fuirows easier „. m. May 2.
pers by the authorities. endeavoring to
C lark B raly
than the ordinary sulkv tu ns sixteen
Chairman o Coinmitieee.
find relatives, if any such were living,
inches. For sale by F. J. Martin’s.
McMinnville, Ur., April, 18, 1887.
hut without success. The last issue ol
We understand that N. S. Booth »nd
the Register publishes ti letter to the
M’ss Pennington, and Cla ence Booth P leasant Str.pRisE.-Mrs. Mathieu who nostmaster at Lafayette Iroin a man
and Mias Mattie Wilson, all of this city lias filled the position of organist at the
named John E. Cooper, of Grand Rapids
weie married at La' jyet’e, yesterday.
Catholic chart It, so creditably for the
Michigan, in which he sets forth that
Rh’ht Rev. B. Wister Morris will be ant vaar, was agreeably sm prised Fri- his wife, whose maiden name was
in McMinnville on Sunday, May 8. 1887, lav evening hv a Is’-ge number of the
and will hold se'-vir-ea in St Jam'-s (Epi»- members ol that church, who stepped in Co' ker, is undoubtedly a sister of the
copal)church both morning and evening. upon her at her home, and presented murdered man. He gives a minute
history ot the wandering of Co.ker as
W. W. Nelson, county trea"i>rer. her with a handsome a’tn chair, as s far as they were able to keep track of
brought over $18.!•'*'» of 'l e connty mon token of their app eciation of her servi him. and a description of Corker, and
ey vesterdiy, and depi'siied it in tlx* ce». They brought refreshments with the chain of fainilv connections. Very
First National Bank of this city for sa.'e them which we e served, and a pleasant bkelv Mrs. Cooper is a Bister to the
mnid«red in <n, and if she can establish
evening s|H»nt in ws-ia! enjovnient.
her claim will come in for what little
For Sale.—A complete farming outfit
property was left by his death.
or S ale .—2B3 acres of land three
consisting of .plows, harrows, horses,
and general farming implement». In miles from Amity and near Briedwell’s
A ttention .—I will he in McMinnville
quire of Jas. Sparks. Cowles fa’nt. Mc station on N. G. R. R. 2'10 ac’es in cul on Saturday, April 30, 1887. with the
tivation. Good house, birn and fencing. finest apple tree pruner that was ever
W. F. Collard has just finisher) paint Fine voting orchard. Will sell, or trad« brought to tliis coast, Come and get
ing his new residence on Collegeside for citv prope ty or bnaine«». Price $25, one ot them, anil clean your orchard up
ami witli other improvements lately add tier acre. Teniis reasonable.
at once. 1 will also have the best arid
c. W. Ta Image A Co.
ed, it now presents a very neat and
cheafiest patent gate on this coast, and
my wire, picket fence that s|ieaks
Geo. W. Greene, late of St Paul, is
Coine and examine • —
p>ORx—Near McMinnville, Tlturmlsy. for it«elf.
the tonsorial artist who manipulates April 21, 1887. to the wife of Am. Shad- irtk’les and p'ices. Twenty five sold in
the steel behind Welch’s barber, chair,
one day at McCoy.
<|.<n, a daughter. Weight 12 pounds.
C. O B urgers .
commencing April. 22, 1887.
Near Dundee. Saturday Apiil 23,1887.
Hired and fired in one day.
ONE OF THE MOST NOTED European
to the wife of James Owens, a daughter.
Frank Spencer and wife returned from
physicians said: Neuralgia wa« tlie prayer
Portland yesterd iy, bringing with them
of a deceased nerve for healthy bl.ssl. Use
their little son wh-> lias been under ires'- 1887. to th« wife of A. M. Hoffman a Gilmore's Aromatic Wine for the blood.
For sale bv Rogers A Todd.
ment there for so long. The li'tle fel
low has good use of his leg and is entire
REV. W. FISK REQI’A. of Aurora. III.,
To T axpayers .—Sheriff Harris de «avs;
"I lwn-c used Gilmore's Aromatic
Wine and find it an excellent household
Geo F. Baneasser ex-drum major ot sires us to state that those who have remedy
that r o ic ought to do without. For
the Custer Post band dropped into the not paid their Uxea had better call on sale by Rogers
hall where tlie new hand was practicing the county eleik immediately and settle
Mtn <lay night, with a box of cigar» un therebv saving them «elves costs. Th-
THE PRETTIEST LADY in Olean was
der his arm, and congratulated tlie new hooks iiave been turned over to the asked what made her complexion so clear
beautiful She said it was by using
band on their organization.
countv clerk, and lie is now at wo>k GfliHore'»
Aromatic wine. For sale by
Taggart A Ilihhs, the boss tai lor«,have
P-«era V Todd.
removed from tlie old Symons stand to
L. LOOMIS, of Elba. N Y.. writes
F or S alz .—A fin— mr:
hor«e. ain- us MRS.
the old Sanders A Ma'tin gillerv. They
that she was -ick for six months, «»< in
»"e having it nicely tilted up and w hen gle ha ness and S'nde ate«*' top boggi duced to try Gilmore's Aromatic Mine,
finished will have a nice placein which to for sale • h.-at> for cash o. apt> o ed note, ami four bot'les cured her. For »ale by
dis. lav go-ids, be-ii les a much moiecon inquire of G. F. Tucker, dentiet.
Rogers A- Todd
An End to Bone Scraping'.
This space now belongs to us,
We have bought it for a year, more or less,
and we propose to show you that we
can and will sell you
DRUGS, PATENT MEDICINES,
SCHOOL BOOKS, STATIONERY,
ALBUMS, ARTIST'S MATERIALS,
PERFUMERY, TOILET ARTICLES,
— at as ----
LOW PRICES !
As any store
or count y
ROGERS & TODD,
’ dward Shepherd, of Harrisburg, Ill.,
says: ’’Having received so much benefit
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
let suffering humanity know it. Have had
a running sore on iny leg for eight years;
my doctors told me I would have to* have
the bone scraped or leg amputaten. I used
instead, three bottles of Electric Bittersand
-even boxes Bucklen’s Arnica salve, and my
leg is now sound and well.”
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents h
bottle, and Bucklen’s Arnica salve at 25c.
per box by Rogers A Todd.
The Great Transcontinental Route.
ICK TVRI’INsTG P. C J. C. C. R.
Color, rich golden vellow; buff nose.
Bred by W J Nesmith. Derry, Oregon; «
calved in 1882; sired by Dixie; dam, Jessie. h!
133 P C J. C. C R
Property of Addie
Braly This fine bull will be kept on River
The Direct Route ! No Delays I
F ee —$5. Payable nt time of service.
TUIE LOWEST BATES
-KTrOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
TO OHICAQO AND ALL POINT»
L s the co partnership heretofore existing
between A. I. Talmage iui<) II F. Turner,
under the firm name of Talmage <t Turner, East. Tickets sold to nil prominent points
publishers ami proprietors of the West
throughout the East and Southeast.
Side Telephone, is this day dissolved by
mutual consent, II. F. Turner retiring.
All accounts <lue said firm will he paid to TO EAST-BOUND PASSENGERS !
tlie new firm of Talmage A Heath,
A. L T ai . maoe ,
Be careful and do not make a mistake.
H. F T urner
But be sure to take the
McMinnville, Or. April 4,1887 . 85tl0
Home Produce Market.
Corrected for the T elephone by Baxter A
Wheat, per Hi..................
Oats, per bu.....................
Flour, per bar...................
Egus, per doz...................
Butter, per lb ..................
Cheese, best, per lb..........
.Xpples, j er box..............
Bacon, sides ................
liain, sugar cured
N orthern P acific R ailroad
And see that your ticket remis via
You are feeling depressed, your appetite
is poor, you are bothered with headache,
you are fidgetty. nervous, and generally
out of sorts, and wart to brace up. Brace
t^p. but not with stimulants, spring medi
cines, or bitters, which have for their basis
very cheap bad whisky, and which stimu
late you for an hour, and then leave you in
worse condition than before. What you
want is an alterative that will purify your
blood, start healthy action of liver and kid
neys, restore your vitality, and give renew
ed health and strength. Such a medicine
you will find in Electric Bitters, and only
50 cents a bottle at Rogers & Todd’s drug
You want anything in the line of
To avoid changes und serious dcluys occa
sioned by other routes.
Through Emigrant Sleeping Car»
are Run on Regular Express
Trains Full Length of the
Line. Berths Free.
General Office of the Company,
Call at the office of the WEST
SIDE TELEPHONE. We
will guarantee you
J. J. Atkins, chief of police, Knoxville,
Tenn., writes: “My family and I are bene BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
ficiaries of your most excellent medicine,
Dr. King’s New Discovery for consumption :
having found it to be all that you claim for
it, desire to testify to its virtue. My friends
to whom 1 have recommended it, praise it
at every opportunity.” Dr. King’s New
We make a specialty ol Fine
Discovery for Consumption is guaranteed
to cure coughs, colds, bronchitis, asthma,
eroup, and every affection of the throat,
chest and lungs. ’
Trial hotties free at Rogers & Todd’s
drugstore. Large size $1.
THE WIFE. MOTHER AND MAID who
suffer from Female weakness and Debility,
will find Gilmore's Aromatic a positive
cure. For sale by Rogers & Todd.
GILMORE'S AROMATIC is a great suc
cess, therefore we challenge the World to
produce its equal as a restorative for wom
an. For sate by Rogers <t Todd.
GILM 0 R E'8 A ROM AT IC WINE is n nos-
itive cure for all those painful complaints
-o common to nil our best female popula
tion. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
REV I. M. DERBY, of Linden, N. Y„
says; "The Gilmore Aromatic Wine prov
ed n great blessing to my wife.', For sale
by Rogers & Todd.
WANTED. A case of female weakness,
general debility or nervous exhauston that
Gilmore's Aromatic Wine wile not cure.
Sold by Rogers & Todd.
REV. E. J. WHITNEY, of Clarkson. N.
Y . says: Gilmore's Wine for female weak
ness stands without a rival. Sold by Rogers
GILMORE'S AROMATIC WINE is the
great remedy for women and children, 128
doses for $1. Sold by Rogers <t Todd.
GILMORE S AROMATIC WINE makes
a ladv benntiftil. Ix-causc it gives her good,
rich blood Sold by Rogers A Tixld.
IMPOTENCY IN MAN OR WOMAN
quickly cured by tlilnmres Aromatic wine.
Sold by Rogers A Todd.
LADIES, use Gilmore's Aromntic wine.it
will cure you. Sold by Rogers A Todd.
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Or.
A. D. CHARLTON,
General Western Passenger Agent.
New Opening !
In McMinnville, Oregon.
Jowolry Work Neatly Done.
Watches Guaranteed & War
Third street, between C and I) in the tail
oring catabliHhinent of R. B. llibbs,
Just Received ! !
Is warranted, h bocaoso it ia the bent
Blood Preparation known. It will posi
tively cure all Blood Diseases, purifies the
whole system, and thoroughly builds np the
constitution. Remember, wo guarantee 1L
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
inory goods as was
J. II. HENDERSON
(Successor to L Root)]
Carries a full and complete stock of
Como and soc for Yoirxelf.
Mrs. H. P. STUARTS,
Opposite the Grange Store.
Wooden and Willowware,
Tobacco ■ o Cigars.
Goods delivered promptly to any part
of the city.
Goods Exchanged for Produce. 35H
For Sew Stock of
G. E. DETMERING.
Crockery and Glamwarew now arriving from
Factories at old rates, and will therefore
C. Grissen’s Dry Goods House
Garrison's Block, -
McMinnville, Or. i
Guns, Pistols, Ammunition,
Cutlery, Fishing Tackle, Etc., Etc.
All k I mb of
Gunsmith, IzM'ksinith mid Sewing
Machine Work done with
Neatness and Dispatch.
Choke-boring a Specialty, and Satis*
One l>oor west of Baxter A Marita's
In tlie City,
VkVMWV Acker's B.by
Soother at hand. It la the only »«fo
medicine yet made that will remove all
Infantile disorders. It contains no Opi»m
or M rrMno, bat gives the el.lid T-ntird
poin. Price 25 cents. Sold by
Geo. W Ihir», dmggHt
”v-C .\rx.v would enjoy your dinner
and are prevented by L'ya-
prp;.la, u»4 AekeP» Dyspepsia Ttblitx
Tliry area positive curs for Dyspepsia, ln-
d'goeticn, Flatulency and Constipation.
We guarantee tiieaa. 23 and M cents,
•jeo. W. IKra drum*'**
trifle vrlili any 71.: ■-.*. CT
V Long Disease. IfjCubive
a Cough or Cold, or tl.n cliild.-ea ms
threatened with Croupcr Whooping Cough,
use Acker's Engllch l.rtnw’y and prevent
further trouble. It it a positive cure
and wo guarantee it. I’ricu 10 sail «C-
» Geo W Hurt. dnigyh-t