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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 13, 1887)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
O F FI CIA L I) I tC ECTOK Y.
IL P. Bird,
•I- W. Watts.
It. R. Laughlin,
F. N. I.i»tie.
J. 8. Hibbs.
O. W. Briethvcll.
T. .1. Harris.
W. W. Nelson.
W vatt Harris.
J. D. Fenton.
Ik C. Narver.
The place to buy crockery is at Baxter
O. G. Davis, of Bellevue ma le us a
call Wed nesday.
Bishop & Kay, are selling ladies fine
kid Blioes, at cost.
For posts and boards go to R. B.
Stowe’s lumber yard.
Frank Holman came down from Dal
las on yesterdays train.
Miss Doxie Riley is suffering with a
severe attack of the measles.
The only ex. itement fi r months—a
runaway on Third street, last Tuesday.
For sale—Team, wagon, nnd liarnes*
cheap. Inquire of T. 1*. Austen. «4:10
Judge Lmi ’liary ami Jas., McCain of
J afayette, were in the city, Wednesday.
Born.—On May 10, 1887, to the wife
of Milton Davis near Bellevue, a ll>a lb
Fishermen, attention! Call at the
gun store entire new stock fishing
Arrasene, Ribhonsene, Chenille cord.
Frosted Ice, etc, etc. at G. E. Dettner-
Uncle Dan Holman says that nearly
all tire cherries are killed over in “Can
Rev. E. Russ will keep a fine stock
of organ*. Call and see them at Miss F.
Fine display of enlarged pictures in
Fellow's show window; the woi k of W.
For sale,—50,000 flrst-cl rss brick. If
sold atonee, will be sold cheap. Inquire
at this office.
Before buying fine glass v ire. qiteens-
ware, etc., call at Baxter & Rogers and
see their new stock.
Col. J. C. Cooper return ■<! from The
Dalles, Tuesday evening, 1 inking much
improved in health.
W. II. Bingham has a fine line of
baby carriages, in all the latest nt vies
Call anti see them.
Soria Water! Soda! 5 rents a drink at
C. Grissens' Ir e cream pat lois back of
First National Bank.
The advance agent of the Vancomer
excursion was in town yeste day anil left
tickets for sale at Rogers & Todd’s.
Procure von« eve-glasse* <>r spetctaeles
at (yon get them cheap) Win. Holl’s jew
elry store, before they are all gone.
Lalayt tte’s Eoom.
T' ib readers oi the Re «inter will re-
member its prediction » iew luolllhli
« •tie, that Lafayette was never in a
mure pr ispcouscondition ¡that property
"as rapidly udvandni; tho missbak*
ta i been driven out, and that the boom
would reach a while heat early in the
■P lug. Now one of the ntossba-ks who
bail been driven out by progression,’’
returned a few days ago to sell Iris prop
ertv tn this capital city of prosperity,
■>nd alter laboring dilligentiv for two
< a\ h effected a sale of his entire proper-
ty lor $375. consisting of a half block o:
ground with a house two stories high ol
ten rooms, all ban! finished, a large and
commodious bam, and other out build
ings a good well of water, shade and
"hit trees well matured, in fact one ol
the I.e-t place* in Lafayette. Yes, $375,
just $2.> less than $4011, and this proper
ty is situated just one block east oi
Yamhill county's cornt house, wind
tlie Register says, is in the heart oi
prosperity. \\ livI this properly would
■ earldy sell for three or lour times that
ainou.it in any other town in Yamhill
Following is the programme for the
McMinnville Open Temperance ____
which meets at Grange hall, Monrluv
evening, May 16, 1887.
Opening of the society.
Song, by tie society.
Addiess, by Rev. T. II. Henderson.
Hong, Miss Palmer.
Recitation, Miss ( leminson.
i*'ong, J. I. Knight,
Recitation, Nellie Gardner.
Essay, Mrs. Vanatta.
«Song, Ora Wanrii.
Leading, Emma Wright.
Song, Anna Young.
Adjournment for two weeks.
E. V. V anatta , Sec.
A M istake .—T. S. Patty, who arrived
here last week, accompanied by about
thirty immigrants, wishes us to state
that so far, tliev, who came with him,are
well pleased with this section of Oregon
and intend to make their homes hers.
The report that part of the company be
came disgusted with the rain and mud
ami started hack to their old homes is a
mistake. -Mr. Patty informes us, that
not a single one of the thiity, who came
with him, has gone out of the state,
fen of the party have gone to Portland,
where they hail secured work before
coining to McMinnville. Gue of the
gentlemen of the party, who is irr Po t
land now, is the possessor of consider
able means, ami it is Ins intention to re
turn to McMinnville in a lew weeks and
invest in p opotv here.
Goon B usiness (H ance .—A splendid
opp r. (unity is here offered for engaging
.ii the milling business. Nathan Newbv
lias placed in the han Is of C. W. Tal
mage & Co. for sale, hi* milling property
it Aliiitv. It consists of a steam grist
mill, in good tuning Older: two run
if stones—one for flour and one fu»
chop—a good house and bam, and one
acre or more of ground. The machin
ery in the mill is comparatively new,
md in first-class condition. Itis situa
ted in a lively town with one of the best
farming sections in Oregon tributary to
it. Railroad running through the pl ice.
Price $2,590. Terms easy. Address C.
W. Talmage A Co. McMinnville,Oregon,
for further particulars.
Religious Srvices-Siuiday Nex t
Services at the Chi istian church morn
ing ami evening at tho usual hours.
May 11, 1887.
Preaching by tho pastor.
Willard Buell now carries the mail
M. E church—service® will bo held
fiom Sheridan to this place.
at 11 a. m. and at 7;00 p. in.
All are cordially invited.
Miss Joanna Rowell ot Dallas, has
R ev . II. P. S atcjiweix , Pastor.
been visiting with the family of W. J.
St. James’ (Catholic) church. Mass
at 10:33 a. m on the second and fourth
Frank Thornton, who lias been attend Sundays of each month. Sunday school
ing the mute school at Salem, has re at 2:30 p. in. every Sunday.
J. 8. W hite , Rector.
The Pacific Holiness hand wilt com
St. James’ < hnreh. Rev. John C.
mence a camp meeting, on their grounds Fair, rector. Services 11 a. in. and
-------- CONSISTING OF--------- •
near Guild’s ford, lune 1st.
7 p. tn.
We hope the inter-state law will pre-' Sunday school at 9:30 a. m.
vent Ayers from shipping his almanacs! Friday evening services nt 7 :00 p tn.
over here, unless he can lurnisli a better Seats free. All u.e cordially invited to
weather programme for 1888.
C. P. church. Services at the usual
Apetition has been circulated and
unanimously signed, asking the county: hours.
Sunday school at 9:30 a. m. All are
court lor an appropriation to build a
invited to attend these ser
bridge near the wash-out on the Amity cordially
Services at the Baptist church.—
Ballston will buiid a two story school
house this summer. Bellevue can't Preaching morning and evening at usu-
hours—11 a tn. and 7 p. m.
iflbrd a school, and the directors are
Sunday sehool at 9:30 a. in.
even compelled to educate their children
All are cordially invited to these ser-
n other districts. Small svhoilars who
vices. Strangeis especially made wel-
cannot go in the winter should not be e<
me to couie and worship with us.
deprived of the benifit of a spring term
Services at Garrison's Opera bouse at
T iiao .
4 o’clock p. m. Sunday, May 15, 1887.
Subject: " What shall we do with Jesus
who is ended Christ!” All are cordially
invited to attend.
Muy 8, 1887.
T. II. Henderson.
Sunday school will start next Sunday.
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
Goplrerites are proud of their school
The best salve in the world for cuts,
Mr. Evenrlen marked, and branded bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rlirSum, fever
about thir ty head of cattle to-day.
sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
Toni li is eot back 'rom tho mountains, corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
he was afraid he would get snow bound. tively cures piles, or no pay required.
You want anything in the line of
Frank’s <1 ince did not agree with him. It is guaranteed to give perfect satisfac
Look out Frank, love is a bad sickness. tion, or money reluuded.
cents per box. For sale by Rogers &
The Direct Route ! No Delays I
The base ball club is all the race now. Todd.
The Sheridan nine was expected here
Wednesday the ninety-three prisoners
Sunday, to play a practice game, I ut
the rain was to much for them.
of the Seatco, W. T. penitentiary were
THE LOWEST RATES
Mr. Isaac Aeee met mith a very seri marched into two Northern Pacific cars
TO CHICAGO AND ALL POINT8
ous accident Thursday last. In catch ami started for lire new penal insti,
Cal! at the office of the WEST
ing a cow he was thrown down, and it is titlion at Walla Walla. They arrived in
81 DE TELEPHONE. We
East. Tickets sold to all prominent points
feared that his hip hone is fractured.
will guarantee you
throughout the East and Southeast.
He is not aide to move himself in bed, Portland at 2:3) p. nt. ami were taken
across the river on the transfer boat
but is some better to-day.
without changing cars. No trouble was
S hady .
BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES. TO EAST-BOUND PASSENGERS I
had witli tile prisoners.
Be careful ami <lo not make a mistake.
THE WINTER WHEAT CROI*.
Hut be sure to lake the
The finest line of
TOILET ARTICLES 1
Ever brougth to McMinnville
Fine Perfumes, Toilet Soaps, Tooth Brushes,
Cloth and Hair Brushes, Sponges, i
Sachet Powders, Face Powders,
Camiline, W isdom’s Robert inc.
We are making- a specialty of Fine
Toilet Goods, ami
Any store in McMinnville.
Ike (¡real Tranxconiinculai Route.
Active Pushing and Reliable.
The report of the department of agri
culture for Muy as to the condition of
winter grain indicates a decline in the
condition of wheal of two points since
April 1, the general average for the
whole country being 86. The changes
in condition have not been uniform
throughout, some states showing an in
crease, but the majority a slight de
cline, and a few a heavy falling oft’.
Dro t.lit has reduce 1 the average some
what in the eastern g ilf states and has
wrought very sei ions damage in Texas
and Arkansas, lowering the condition
during the month 1!) and 10 points,
and seasonable rains have improved
prospects in Tennessee, West Virginia
and Kentucky, the condition being con
siderably higher than in Mav for the
last five years. The- most serious
reduction is the decline of eight points
during the month in Ohio. Michigan
and Indiana shows a slight decline.
Illinois and Missouri gain one point.
Unfavorable weather in Kansas and
California has caused a slight falling off,
while in Oiegrn the prospect! have ad
vanced. Condition by strifes is: New
York 86. Pennsylvania 72, Ma vlan 1 84.
Virginia 8 ', No th Carolina 90, Texas (>;).
Arkan-a* nd, lennessee 96, West Vir
ginia 89, Kenlui kv 95. Ohio 71. Michi
gan 90, Indiana 87. Illinois 93, Missouri
90, Kansas 81, California 89, Oregon 1 1.
The condition of barley is lower, aver
age being 87.8.
Rogers & Tad l can always be relied upon
to carry in stock the purest and best gftods.
and sustain the reputation of being active,
pushing and reliable, by recommending ar
ticles with well established merit and such
as are popular. . Having the agency for the
celebrated l)r. King's New Discovery for
consumption, colds and coughs, will sell it
on a positive guarantee. lf will surely cure
any and every affection of throat, lungs, or
chest, and in order to prove our claim, we
ask you to call tfml get. a Trial Bottle Free.
Good Results in Every Case.
D. A. Bradford, wholesale paper dealer
of Chattanoga, Tenn., writes that he was
seriously afflicted with a «•fcvere cold that
settled on his lungs : had tried many reme
dies without benefit. Being induced to try
Dr. King’s New Discovery for consumption I
di«l so and was entirely cured by use of a
few bottles. Since which time lie has used •
it in his family for all coughs and colds
with best results. This is the experience of
thousands whose lives have been saved by
this wonderful discovery.
Trial bottles free at Rogers A Todd’s drug
N orthern P acific R ailroad
We make a specialty ot Fine
Book and Card Printing.
Ami see that your ticket reads via
ST. PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS,
To avoid chiinrc» inni serious delays occa
sioned by other routes.
Through Emigrant Sleeping Care
are Run on Regular Express
Trains Full Length of the
Line. Berths Free.
Just Received ! !
CHICK TIME I
General Ofllcoof the Company,
As fino a stock of Mill
incry goods as was
L'o. 2 Wasliington St., Portland, Or.
Generai Western Passenger Agent.
The Rev. John C. Fair will officiate al
Gopher Valley on Similar May 12, at 4 n.
m., service omitted at St. James
An End to Bone Scraping.
church same evening.
:dwar<l Shepherd, of Harrisburg, Ill.,
For neatness ami liontclr in j«»’
says: •Having received so much benefit
F ob the S uffer rs .—Uncle Jeptha
printing tins office i* “X ■ 'll“ I hy none
from Electric Bitters, I feel it my duty to
Bring your o ale s ami we will satisir J iri iron wants us to let the kind heart-
let suffering humanity know it. Have had
you in quality and p ice.
si pullin' know that he will give the use
a running sore on inv leg for eight years;
my doctors told me 1 would have to have
McMinnville’s fast exnress own" I l>) if his ball, lights, fuel, etc., free ot
the bone scraped <»r leg ampntnten. I used
the syndicate. Logan Bos. & H“inle - charge, for an entertainment, the pro
instead, three hot ties of Electric Bitters aifd
Opposite the Grange Store.
son got stuck in the in ml near the depot, ceeds to go to the suffering widows ami
-t ven boxes Bucklen’s Arnica salve, and my
and all the express “got left.”
fatherless children who were left desti
Electric Bitters are sold at fifty cents a
Mr. James Sparks left this week for tute and without any means of support
bottle, and Bucklen’s Arnica salve at 25c.
per box by Rogers A Todd.
a trm through Eastern Or-con ami M ash by the terrible disaster that threw such
ington, in search of a good locality for
engaging in the stock bu*iness.
uish over the heretofore happy com
In our issue of May 3, we stated that munity of Nanaimo. The people are
a fiord to waste time in expe
Autocrat Jr hail a record of - 39. It is suffi ring lor the necessities of lite. It
We arc pleased to call the attention of rimenting when your lungs are in danger.
a mistake. He has not, ami Ins owner, is a goo 1 idea ami ought, to be support-
T. G. Stevens, wishes us to rectify ft.
ted. We informed, him and now, inform our readers to the announcement of Messrs. Consumption always seems at first, only a
Proprietor of tire
the puolie that this office will furnish Barnckofi’, Thomason A Swanson, which eold. Do not permit any dealer to impose
The opening of Mr«. Stuart’s new res- t ic nocessaiy printing for Hugh a worthy will appear in this week’s issue 3 These upon you with some cheap imitation of Dr.
Discovery for Consumption,
saurant was a success, the v inds tha
at 2 McMinn- King’s New
and (’olds, hut be sure you get the
ebe plai eil befo e the famished thron
viile, McMinnville crossing am! ( arl- Coughs
make more profit
commodious warehouses, complete he may tell you lie he-can
that crowded the plat e, were excellent.
has something jdst a*
L ife S ize —Portraits can be taken by ton,
witli latest improved machinery for good,
or just the same. Don’t be deceived,
Freddie Stuart hands ns a hen’s eg r W. 1’. Johnson the well known plioto- the proper handling of g*ain. and but insist upon getting Dr. Kings New Dis
. . of Yamhill county
... tin covery. which is guarranteed to give relief
which is about as la-ge a* a good sized g apher of Salem, who intends coming otl’cr the
verv best facilities*for storage and cleaning in all Throat. Lung ano Chest affections JEWELR7
marble. It measures in . irr'iimfe enee. main to McMinnville on the 14th, ot .»f
of ’ experience
their grain Years
Trial bottles free at Roger <fe Todd’s Drug
three inches one way and four inches
lune and will stay until the 26th. He
them t«> guarant««e satisfaction They . also Store.
guarantees satisfaction on all his Work. ¡»ay the highest cash price for grain of all
W. II. Bingham, has a fine line of lace
Kinds, ami carry in stock a full line of the
ONE OF THE MOST NOTED European
goods, tidies, sham covers, lied spread* Enlarging from old photographs or tin verv best farm machinery, wagons, Ac It physicians
said: Neuralgia was the prayer
pillow shams, curtains, etc., anil expee's type*. Mr. Johnson tr.rs finished several will be to the advantage of ail farmer* to of n rlecaa.sed
nerve for Healthy hl.rod. Use
Third Street, McMinnville, Or
a fine line of lace lambrequins from San very fine pictures of residents of this tli am* > e them r»ctore making any other Gilmore’* Aromatic Wine for the blood.
city. He has had on exhibition a Ir iil arrangements for disposal of their grain or For sale by Rogers A Todd.
dozen hie size picture* of the Wortman buying their machinery or wagons By
THE OLD RELIABLE
REV. W. FISK BEQI’A. of Aurora, III.,
The Forest Grove Iwivs write again to family of this city, ami to unv one who courteous ami honorable dealing, ami strict
the McMinnville nine, th it some of their wishes to seethe wink, Mrs. Wortman
rons. Messr'. Barekoff. Thompson A Swan Wine and find it nil excellent household
players are sick, and cannot pl iv be e will gladly show the pictures, if the) son
will seek to hold the foremost position remedy that no'ie ought to do w ithout. For
Saturday. The bovs are trying to get will call at her residence.
among the business firms of Yamhill coun »ale by Rogers <k Todd.
another c!ub to com«.
ty, ami we bes’peak for them the the suc
REV. IL 1!. EWELL, of P'. villi.ru, N. Y. GALLOWAY & GOUCHER, Prop3.
F ob S ale .—26) acres of land three cess which must attend their efforts. Call
Mrs. Ford of Dall««, who ha* Lee ■
«avs of Gilmore s Aromatic Witte; “I be
and see them
lieve it. to be a most desirable remedy to Is* This warehouse is being thoroughly reno
lying ill, at theresirlenceofJ.il. Hen
placed in every family.” For sale by Rog-
vated and overhaul« <1. ami new acconi-
derson, has SO far rccovererl as to he able station on N. G. R. R. 200 acres in cul
rs <S Todd.
niodationn are being added.
lotravel, and will leave foi her. home tivation. Good boil««, him ami fencing.
near Dallas on this morning’s train.
Fine young orchard. W ill sell, or tr.i l“
W. D. Hoyt
Co., wholesale an«l retail
.nirer from Female weakne«« mxl Debility,
Gna. Detniering is having th“ ce'hnu lor eitv p opeity or business. Price $25, druggists of Rome. Ga., J-ay: We have will find Gilmore'* Aroinntic a positive
of his store pape ed. It improves th ' ,«r acre. Terms reasonable.
Direct Shipments to San Francisco.
been selling Dr King's New Discovery, cure. For sale by Rogers A Todd.
C. W Ta I mage & Co.
appearance of the interior very mitcri
Electric Bitters an«! Bucklen’s Arnica Salve
but standard Calcutta Sacks kept
REV L M DERBY, of Linden, N Y.,
and with his new slock of millinery hi*
for two year*. Have never handled reme says;
and let on the most reasonable let din .
’ The Gilmore Aromatic Wine prov
store will be a resort of the fair(ies).
To T axvayebs .—Sheriff Harris de dies that sell as well, or give such universal ed a great blessing to my wife.’, Fur sale
As I have hrnght a lot of the )>e«t sires us to state that those Who have <ati*faction. There have been some won by Rogers «ft Todd.
derful cure« effected by these medicine« in
tp 'ctaeles and eve glasses at a big bar
REV. E. J. WHITNEY, of Clarkson. N.
ctiy. Several cases of pronounced
gain. I shall «ell them at wholesale not pairl tlieir taxes had Letter call on this
consumption have been entirely cured by Y , says: Gilmore's Wine for female weak
rites Come and see f t yon «elf, a’ 11 e thr- county de k immediately anil settle 'j-<* «.f a few Ixittlcj* «»f Dr. King « New Dis ness stands without a rival. Hold by Rogers
McMinnville jewelry sto-e. Wm. Holl. theretiv saving tiiem«elves costs. Th« covery. taken in cimncrtion with Electric A T<xid.
rev . dr . F reeland ,of Fowlerville.
T k ICK TURPIN. 7G P ( J. ( ( R.
Ise.k* irave been turned over to the Bitt« r.-. We guarantee them always. S>!d
“Jack” Welch has movyd in»o hi« cormtv clerk, and he is now at work, by Rogers & Todd.
N. Y..« rites us that two Inittlcs of (rilmore's 1 / ( o|«»r, ri< h goi«l<*n velJow •. buff iiom -
new quarter« on Thi’d st eet and now m iking out the delinquent nst.
Aromatic wine cure»! hi* wife of nerv<«us- Br.’«l bv W J Nesmitb. Derrv. Oregon;
iiess an«l sleeplessness. Sold by Rogers A cfilvod in 1^2; sirc«l by Dixie; dam, J« -s e,
ha« as nice a place of Int-i'ie«« a" a'"
133 P C J C C K
Property of Addie
one in town. The Im filing bi* been
for Sale.—A complete tarming outfit
B al This fine bull will be kept on River
newly pspeied and painted, ami i« f'«s (.,.n-i«ting of .plows, harrow*, horses,
orrecteil for the Tri.KmoxB by Baxter A «.treat remedy fur women and children, 12«
and clean. J o k's hillia d tables are uni gene al farming implem-nt.«. In
F ee -
Payable «■ time of service
the be*t in the city, anil so are h
doses for |1. Hold by Rogers <fc Todd.
pii pof la«. Spirk*. Cowles fa
cigars. Give him a t i rl
GILMORE’S AROMATIC WINE mi
a lady l>eautifnl, because it give« her g I
AT-«. Ann*« M D m 11 *" • *'
»MJWV Acker’s B. I
rich M om ! S.ld by Rogers Ac T.xkl.
_..: i fonata n i>en, on the
ne I to thi« ci’y f
Ve to •
Font her at Lami. It is th« only *al
IMPOTEWY IN MAN 6R WOMAN medicine yet ni le that will frm*>ve all
terday II • *e'i n
ill cor 'er a favo by b avin. I
ouirklv cured bv Gilmores Aromatic w inc. infantile d;Hord«Ts. It centaine na OjÂam
bv Mi<m K it" To r 'on
I by Roger® Told.
t th s . ffie“
or M r* ’. ma , but gives th« cl.lld intttr-d
Heath, »pent yeste '-iv
ing friends in tire 1
Price 25 cents. Bvf J by
useGilmore's Ammatie wine.it ecu j ,n
Wheatland. Thei- visit « i : l> • -tort a*
H ' : i< L will cure y«ni. «•! i by R«'g<A Tu«l I.
ham, fugar cured
G.*j. W. Buri, dru^yut.
they expect to retun to A ictoria to-day • a eleh’s.
ew <>] )ening !
In McMinnville. Oregon.
Come and see for Yourself.
Mrs. H. P. STUAHT’S,
Jewelry Work Neatly Done.
Watches Guaranteed & War
Third street, between (’ and Din the tail
oring establishment ol* It. B. llibbs.
C\\ A ani rcllablo Medicine.! are tiiebest
todependnpon. Acker’s Blood EU
ixlrlios ber n pi.-scrib« <1 for ycsrs for all lm-
ulous, pypLiliticor Mcrcurialciiseascs, itis
(reo. W. lìnrt. rlriii'gist.
J. IL HENDERSON
(Successor to L. Root)!
Carries a full nnd complete stock of
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
Wooden and Willowware,
! Tobacco Cigars.
Highest Cash Pritts Paid hr (¡rain.
Honest Weight. Fair Dealing.
Good« delivered promptly tc sny part
of the city.
Goods Exchanged for Produce.
New Blacksmith Shop!
SAM LIKENS, Proprietor.
Blacksmithing nnd carriage ironing of
IIoi 30 Shoeing
And plow work n specially«
Al'<> manufacture the '
Celebrated Oregon Iron Harrow,
GIVE ME A CALL.
WrxvxAk trlflo w!l’‘ ,ny Tliroat of
»»MW v Lung Disease. If you have
a Cough or Cold, or tho children ere
threatened wlthCro'tpcr55 Looping Cough,
use Acker's English Remedy and prevent
further trouble. It Is a poeitiro cire/
and we guarantee it. Frico 10 rad CO«
U.«>. V. . Burt, d'UK^i.t.
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