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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 17, 1887)
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and h ” X c o “ nlM“ng
■ evening ttl 7CQ
’ sl,arl>- lmpottunt
Grand Lodge I. 0- 0. F.
To-day the thiitv-second annual ses
1. J .Marti.,
in keeps the best stock of sion of the Grund Lodge of Odd Fellows
will meet at Armory Hall, in East Port
“ and farming imp ement
•n hie county,
' 'd .“'"I »ee them- 1' land, and continue three days.
l ost« y ,>| nothing to look.
uiportant legislation will doubtless be
* all at ti e i'uLLr i - iionz office for t'e
enacted. Among the matters of inter-
ueatesl jo ■ wo It all I l .we-t p,...... \y,
m Call iei'' s,’ver”1 he*
"■ ■st is the amendment to its constitution
offered by T. B. Handley, P G, of No.
npe. Call and see samples.
Grtssen’s ice cream and soda water •>8. 1 his proposes to change the basis
of representation upon which subordin
«Und isojien m full blast and is lit«.,al
ly patron,zed these w .rm duvs. Thl ate lodges elect delegates to the Grand
Lodge. Its effect will be to decrease
tiful as yet.
May 17, 1887.
hoys are busy hunting
They are not very plen-
It. P. Bird cut his foot one day last
week w hile splitting wood in his wood
shed, ft was a dull ax and made a
painful and ugly wound.
There was a game of ba»-* ball, played
here on Saturday, between McMinnville
and this place, in which McMinnville
beat this place two to one.
The finest line of
TOILET ARTICLES !
Ever brougth io McMinnville
tlie representation of large hxiges, while
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1»'Ir' ,ril;,rl>. living on the ot
t it will not effect that of the small ones.
Dr. J. \V. Watts bought C. F. Royal’s
. so 1 place, bail the mislortune, ves Another interesting subject of legislation
property, in this place, for less than '
«• ay. to severely cut his toot. Ih
*8« called UUU is the projroseil constituiiorr amendment half its original cost. Mr. Royal was
<i»eKurd the Hound.
offered by P. G., M. Snodgrass, ot No. forced to bell, is die reason of the very
1’rank Holin in, who attended school 16. This may be termed the ‘‘Ohio idee,” low figure.
•ere'he past wmter was married Sun or the “Michigan method” of electing
Messrs. A. E. Russell, Wm. Moore
D,ll,a- to MissLnei Grand lodge officers, in which the nom and S. Grazier left this place on Friday
Hang on to your liata.
on the Northern Pacific rail
■'idler. 1 be best wishes of the T ele ination and election is made by the
Ixtuis Bond of Corvallis, is down on a phone go with them.
l'ast Grands in the subordinate lodges, road. This makes quite a number of
Nearly all the towns in Oregon are thus enabling all Past Grands to vote men and troys together who have left
■ or Grand Lodge oliiceis without going our town in the last month.
Hugh Collard is over from St. Paul semting in their mile for tlie releit of th.
tway from home. A thiid amendment
on a visit.
"«"ed was o he considered is that offered by Giant!
fieasuier, John G. Wright, of No. 1, re
Read the ad of Geo. F. Bangasser un »100. Why don't McMinnville give i
Since the price of state, school, and
lative to the tune ami place of meeting university lands has been reduced by
der “new to-day.”
lor the Giand Lodge.
For posts and hoards go to R. B
“Uncle” Jeptha Garrison of the Eu there are many other matters of mo the legislature to $1.25 per acre, a large
Stowe's lumber yard.
number of applications for such lands
rtsko market always keeps the choicest ment Io the order to be considered.
Prof. Crawford of this city preached meats to be found in the city. His shop The grand lodge officers are at present: has been filed with tbe clerk of the
is always neat and attractive, and steak«
at Zena, Polk Co. Sumi iy last.
“ — "
R. Alexander, Pendleton.
board of land commissioners, Napoleon
and roasts put up nicely and delivered
D G. M.—H. E. Doscli, Portland.
Mr Davis estimates that the
Dust is beginning to fly. A few more at your door. Give the Eurisko a cal
G Wa».—C. L. Palmer, Baker City.
days and summer will be upon 11s.
number of these applications which
You will always find meal in that mar
G Sec.—J. Al. Bacon, Otegon City.
have been granted since Feb 1st, is
G Treas.— J.G. Wright. Salem.
For sale—Team, wagon, and harness
G Rep.—T. O. Baker, Salem.
Of these probably 200 have
Friday’s freight train ran onto the
cheap. Inquire of T. P. Austen. 84tl0
G Rep.—-A. N. Gambell, Portland.
Side track at N.nth Yamhill, and a de
paid cash down and obtained dear titles,
G Al.— imothy Ford, Roseburg.
Geo. F. B.trn'tnt ha« been sufferin'.' Jective rail gave way under the weight
G Con.-yD. E. Buchanan, Po. Hand. while the remainder have secured only
with an attack of neuralgia tor several of Hie engine letti ig it down on the ties
certificates of sale.
The amount of
G G—F. W. Hend.ey, Echo,
the train laid there till the tegular pas
G H — J. T. Siewait East Portland state lands thus
disposed of will
Work will prohably lie commenced senger t.ain font he, e passed down al
G Chap.— W.G. Simps.>n, The Dalle . aggregate
80,000 acies, and
on the new Odd Fellows building in a 4 o,clock, «lien they were pulled on th
noticed that, almost every one of the ti
the grand lodge front this county :
tles of certificates has been granted to a
It is understood that an association
Quit# a number of people from Lafa
Sheridan, Sheridan—J. S. Morrison. bona fide settler. Indications are that
The Direct Route 1 No Delays 1
yette were in McMinnville Saturday, will be formed eomtxxing players from
Yamhill, Dayton—J. W. Hobbs, B.F. with the prospective boom coming to Or
egon, lands will be sold at a rate never
ville. Dallas, and several other sma 1
Fast Trains I
Amity, Amity—\V. II. Harrison, J. S. before heard of. The most of the ap H. V. V. JOHNSON. M.
Don’t buy a binder until you have ex towns tor tlie purpose of organizing a
amined the Osbore Steel Frame at F. J strong t«am to come to Portland to play
Northwest Corner of Second and B streets,
Fraternity, North Yamhill—J LCastle ern Oregon.
THE LOWEST HATSS
against the winner of tlie league games. ■I W Haines.
For sale,—50.000 first-class brick. If If such is tlie case, we can say knowing
Lafaye te, Lafayette—1’ P Gates, R P
TO CHICAGO ANO ALL POINTS
Goon B usiness C hance .—A splendid
Mat lie found at his office^niien not ab
sold at once,-wilt ba sold cheap. Inquire ly that tlie tduli that ever contests (Jtigei man.
McMinnville—L II Cook, 8 A Mann
at this office.
East. Tickets sold to all prominent point,
nine not easily defeated.— dercuiy.
throughout the East and Southeast.
in the milling business. Nathan Newby
Soda Water’ Soda! 5 cents a 1 rink at
The delegation from this city leit by has placed in the han.Is of C. W. Tal
C. Grisscns’fee cream pailots track of
Dr. G. F. TUCKER,
S erious A ccident .—Freddie Stuart, this morning’s train, to be in attendance
mage & Co. for sale, hi« milling property
Fiist National Bank.
TO EAST-BOUND PASSENGCR3 I
of this city met with an acccident Fri at the opening setsion.
at Amitv. It consists of a steam grist
Dr. G. W. Goucher of Amity, was day evening that will cause him to
Be careful and do not make a mistake.
mill, in good riming order: two tun M c M innville ,
over spending Sunditv in this city.
But he sure to take the
spend the greater pait ol the coming
retured home yesterday.
of stones—one for flour and one for
Office—Two doors east of Bingham’s fur-
summer in doors.
He was visiting
chop—a good house and barn, and one niture store.
orthern acific ailroad
Mrs. C. W. Talmage return»! S1t.11-
some friends in Happy Valiev, and had
Laughing gas administered for painless
day, from and extended visit with
acre or more of ground. The machin
gone fishing on Baker creek with some
Dayton will celebrate the 4th of July
And see that your ticket rends via
friends and relatives at Salem.
ery in the mill is comparatively new,
In climbing over a in grand style.
W. A. Howe and M. Steward of North
and in first-class condition. It is situa
ST. PAUL OR MINNEAPOLIS,
Miss May Fellner, of, McMinnville, ted in a lively town with one of the best
Yamhill wer« in the city yesterday and high fence be had the misfortune to fall
made this office a pleasant call.
striking his knee on a large rock, anil has been trying to organize a writing farming sections in Oregon tributary to
To avoid changes anti serious delays occa
school at this place.
it. Railroad running through the place.
sioned by other routes.
He was im
For salt1—a good second hand
inch breaking his knee-cap.
Price |2,500. Terms easy. Address C.
wagon will be sold “way down” for mediately taken to the house of his
be the giandest trio of the season and W. Talmage & Co. McMinnville,Oregon,
cash. Inquire of F. M. Rowland.
fi lends, hut was not brought to the city
Through Emigrant Sleeping Car»
will afford a great deal of enjoyment in for further particulars.
Procure vour eye-glasses orsnetctacles
are Run on Regular Express
at (you get them cheap) Wm. H’dl'sjew-
Trains Full Length of the
elry store, before they are all gone.
dressed the fracture, and at present the to come to Dayton . nd erect a good ho
Line. Berths Free.
Custer Post G. A. R. held their regu little fellow is getting along nicely. tel near the center of town. It will Hure-
bruises, sores, ulcers, salt rheum, fever
lar monthly meeting in this cit.v Satur Freddie has the nerve to pull thiough ly pay.
LOW RATES! QUICKTIME!
all right, but it is probable lie w ill neve,
day. A good attendance was present.
J. T. Watson has gone to Honolulu to sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains,
again have as good use of his leg as be bring his sister, Miss Mary
Hill home. corns, and all skin eruptions, and posi
General Oilice of tho Company,
A. B. Westerfield formerly of the La fore.
he is very low w ith consumption and tively cures piles, or no pay required.
fayette Register, w 1« in til« citv S itur-
equested that she be brought hack to
No. 2 Washington St., Portland, Or.
dty, and paid this offices pleasant c<11.
A Wouriiv C ause .—Is McMinnville her home. We wish Mr. W.a sate voy tion, or money reluuded
The Day ton Herald come out in a new
A. D. CHARLTON,
style this week. It looks neat and is little money for the sufferers from the
Dayton is progressing. We will have
now a moie cotivenientshapeiora news terrible disaster at Nanaimo? Let us a tiiemeu’s outfit soon, the council hav
Generai Western Passenger Agent.
stir ourselvrs, and take advantage of the ing taken action in tegaid to t|ie matter.
On exhibition in P.Ogers A Todd’s offer made by Mr. Garrison, and give an A hook and ladder company will he or
We are pleased to call the attention of
show window is an old revolver which entertainment for their benefit. We ganized and a building built this sum
mer. There will also be a bell purchas our readers to the announcement of Messrs.
was picked up on the battle field of
would suggest that son e parts of the ed.
In McMinnville. Oregon.
BarnekofF, Thomason & Swanson, which
school exhibition be selected, and with
The Davton band is beginning to liven will appear in this week’s issue These
We learn that Mrs Preston May«, of
gentlemen have established at McMinn
Sheridan, die.l Thursday, Mav 12, 1887. some other miscellaneous exercises add- up after lying dot mailt lor over a year. ville, McMinnville crossing mid Curl-
She leaves an infant child about one t>-il an interesting entertainment be Tlie boys met recently and organized for ton, coinmodious warehouses, complete
given for tlie benefit of these sufferers. the summer, ami are now practicing
with latest improved
We are satisfied tlie good people of Mc « th might andniain. The band will, no the proper handling of , grain, anil
Lost.—A gold fountain pen, on the Minnville would generously turn out doutit. give us some good music in the offer
Yamhill I county the
streets of this city, Wednesday, Mav 4 and fill the opera house, in so worthy a near future.
very liest facilities for storage mid cleaning
The finder will confer a favor by leaving cause.
Opposite the Grange Store.
of their grain
Years of experience ami a
Jewelry Work Neatly Done.
the same at this office.
M arple T akes an A ppeal .— II. Y. practical knowledge of the business enable
them to guarantee satisfaction
A rm B roken .—Some time since a
Thompson, attorney for R. E.. Marple, pay the highest cash price for gram of all
For neatness and dispatch in job
rttled.iugiiterof Mr.and Mrs. W.F.Fen-
printing this office is excelled by non«.
convicted of the murder of David I Cor kinds, ami carry in stock a full line of the
very best farm machinery, wagons, Ac
Bring vour orders and we will satisfy
ker, of Lafayette, ami under sentence to w ill be to the advantage of all farmers to
Tlie arm was dressed but
yon in quality and price.
..• hanged cn June 2, has filed notice of call and see them before making any other
Third street, between C and Din the tail
oring establishment of II B. Hibbs.
A la-ge number from this city will not suppose I to be broken. It did n. t appeal in the office of the clerk of the arrangements for disposal of their grain or
participate in the excursion given In get well however and Siturd iv the child
tl.e M. E. Snndav school of D rylnn. to was brought to this city and the wound
f, the Children. They are es-
t anscript with tl e clerk of the supreme attention to the nest interests of their pat
Vancouver and return on Decoration
y'VKV-Vv pocJaiiy liable to sudden
rons. Messrs. Barekoff. Thompson A Swan
ed member examined by Dr. Gotlche’,
day, May 30.
court, and the papers have been served son will seek to hold the foremost position
Croup, Whooping Cough,
wiio p onounced it to be a fracture,
Proprietor of the
among the business firms of Yamlnll coun
We gnarantco Acker’s English
Wm. Weisenfeilt who h i« h»»n tend
rite Di. imtne iia'Mv procee led to set it on Prosecuting Attorney Belt. The ty, and we bespeak for them tlie the suc
Remedy a positive cure.
ing har for the B every saloon, will ami put on the necessary splints an<l i' ease will ue argured May 24th. The cess which must attend their efforts
hours of anxious watching.
open out on hi« own aecont’t in a few wi I probably be as strong as ever in » grounds on w hich the ap|>eal is taken and see them
Geo. W. Bi ri. Druggist.
duvs. in the building jttet vacated by H. f w weeks
Wit : at O utlook .—So lar, we are in does not clinge the defendant with any
A Verdict I'naniinous.
Will Knight has so fa- recovered from
e nne. Second—There was no verdict
his sickness as to he able to anpear on elit ed to think the farmers of Yaml ill • >t tt.e juy upon which to base said
W. I). Sult, Druggist, Bippus. Ind., testi JEWELRY
our streets occass’onallv. Ills manv C unity, need feel no anxiety on account judgment and sentence. Third—Said fies: ‘‘I can recommend Electric Bitters as
friends will be glad to learn ot his ini ot the wli -at outlook. Report« f(om va- judgment and sentence were pronounc- the very best remedy. Every bottle sold
J. II. HENDERSON
■ions parts of the county indicate that ■ i by the court w ithout legal power or has given relief in every case. One man
For Sale.—A complete farming outfit tall wheat on tlie higher lands in turning
took six hotties, and was cured of rbeumu-
(Successor to L. Root)}
Consisting of .plows, harrows, horses, a little yellow, while on tlie lower lands ,|< ath wa1 rent does not conform to the tism of 10 years* standing.” Abraham
and general farming i'»idem»nts. In
Carries a full and complete stock of
Third Street, McMinnville, Or
quire of Ja«. Sparks. Cowles farm. Mc it is looking as fine a« could be wished, ot the cou t in said action against the “The best selling medicine I have ever
Groceries, Crockery, Glassware,
tric Bitters ” Thousands cf others have
to bring it out in good »1 rifle, hl tlie
THE OLD RELIABLE
elded their testimony, so that the verdict
Mrs. Hen-v Miller of Portland, »nd C • intv as a wh le the condition of the
Y/ooden and V.'illowware,
L ife S ize —PoitraitH can be taken by is unanimous that Electric Bitters do cure
Mrs. J. H
Lambert of Milwaukee, crop may be set ilow n as an encouragit g
»V. P. Johnron the well known plioto- all diseases of the liver, kidneys or blood.
'.'-andmother and mother of Mrs. E.L. E
• • 1 at
Only a half dollar a bottle
g apltnr of Salem, who intends coining Todd’s drug store.
White, are guests of the latter, at her one.
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residence in this citv.
»gain to McMinnville on the 14th, ol
M easles — The me isles which Dr
Goods deliverrtl promptly to any part
GALLOWAY & GOUCHER, Props.
of the city.
As I have bought a lot of the best Tucker im,wilted from Victori:,, are of lune and will stay until the 26th. He
Excitement in Texas,
spectacles and eve glasses at a big bar the real ” h'hn Bull” type, and are kick zu tranters aatiafaction on all his work.
This warehouse is lieing thoroughly reno
Goods Exchanged for Produce. 35tl
Great excitement has been caused in the
gain. I shall sell them at wholesale
vated and overhauled, ami new accom
Enlarging from old photographs or tin-
rates. Come and see foryotl «elf. at t'e ing no quite a diatit'han>-e among on
modation» are being added.
vicinity of Paris, Tex., by the remarkable
The kindergarten school,
McMinnville jewelry store. M m. Holl. little folks.
recovery of Mr. J. E. Corley, who was so .
with its promised ente-tainment, have very fine pictures of residents of this helpless he could not turn in bed, nr raise
Satnrday afternoon tlie base hall club
■ity. fie ha« had on exhibition a lull
of this city, went to La fat ette an* play been “k’ oeked higher than Gilroy’s dozen life sixe pictures of the Wortman his head; everylxxly said he was dying of
Direct Shipments to San Francisco.
consumption. A trial Ixittle of Dr. King’s
ed a game of ball with a nine of that
family of this city, ami to any one who Sew Discovery was sent him. Finding re- I
citv. The game resulted in a «core ot vi.it« picnics and pie isu e- genera'y. wishes to see the work, Mr». Wortman lief, he bouglit a large Iwittle and a box of 1 Zone but standard Calcutta Marks kept
ami let#n the most reasonable ternis.
20 to 10 in favor of the McMinnville Rut “it is an ill wind that blows no one will gladly show the pictures, if they Dr. Kings New Life Pills; by the time he
had taken two boxes of pills ami tw^o bottles
r.er.1;” wh it is In«« for patents and will rail at her residence.
of the Discovery, he was well and had |
Blacksmithing and carriage ironing of
The Christian church st Amitv. is he- children is gain for the doctors.
gained in flesh tiiirtv-six pounds
every <X< m
F or S alk .—260 acres of land three
Ing thoroughly renov ited and cleaned
B lank CERTtrrc ates .—Superintendent
mile« from Amity and near Briedwell'a Consumption free at Rogers <V Todd’s
outside and in. and will he given a coat
of p lint, and othe-wise fixed up,. mak of pubbe instruction McElroy ha« pre station on N. G. R. R. 200 acres in cul
ing it on» of the neatest church in the pare I nn le Die direction of Die board
Ami plow w<»rk a specialty.
Home Produce Market
tivation. Good house, barn and fencing.
I \ H’K TVRPIX TH P. C J C C R.
of education, blank certificates and re
A J Color, rich golden
Fine voting o-chard. Will sell, or trad»
Elder Dotv formerly of this city, hut ceipt form» for use o’ county school for citv pi ope ty or business. Price $25, Corrected for the Tzi rimoxE by Baxter A Bred by W J N’cMiiith, Derrv, Oregon:
Aho inanufacturr the
eiilvrfl in 1*K2; »iri-fl by Dixie; dam.
Saw of Amitv. ha« been holding a secies .„perinlendent«, a' d ¡1 ¡« < xp»< te I that i«r acre. Terms reasonalde.
1A1 I* (' J <’ <’ H
Pn»|MTty nf Addie
of revival meetings a’ Pe rydale. I"‘° far
C. W Talmage A Co.
will '* readv »nd di-’iibnted in
Wheat, per bu..................
75c Bralv This fine bull will lie kept <»n River ÍXyCel; ibrated Oregon Iron Harrow,
a number of conversions have been the i,„e to n«e at <h- fl st pn'dir ex.mtn.-
45c side Farm
<h»t«. per hu
result of the meeting«. Gn Satnrd tv
Flour, per bar...................
F ke <5 Payable
time of service
O., o-cn m./nnlerthe nm Gw, ..n the
GIVE ME A CALL.
RlbrtL per d<»z....................
nine persons were baptized.
To T axpatk B»-—Sheriff lltrri« de- Balter, per lb
We.|n. «<l«y :n the p P«.ot
ST m *
.¡re« 11« to Ki.«te that those who have < 'herw, nest, per lb. ..
G. B Johnson. E q. and Dr. Hi am
B,. N — N
A'ni'y O ego , Sund iV
Blood Elixir 1« tlie only
T ee, of Ohio, a riv»d in th « cit< I t-’
,, t t> rd »h*-ir t ix»- It i1 netter call on Apples, ; er box......... .
'W«-«*«-» <S Blood Remedy guaran thousands fuffedöj from A-siLmw, Coa-
K m -
ftucon. sides ........... ...
' .» 1», I <47 t > » 1 ■ r
eveni"g, and will -pent n»rt of the -u"
care for fleers, Erap- r.umptiotK CouguM, ( te. D1<1 you ever try
Uriti I ■, a 1 tn.’ it«-. W g't 1
Mr Job'anti i- » '’
tlonsor Syphilitic Poisoning. It parities the Acker’s Engh. h Ihmodyî It b the best
4 therpl.v earing thcm-elve« <-o«t». The "• liam. sugar cured
and Dr. la1« a cousin of Dr. H.
lotl.-r tn 1 chill l.inzwll-
whole system, and baalshrri all Rheumatic preparatimi kimr-n f >r ®«l Lung Troubles,
tssik. have been tu neil over to the
Johnson and Mrs. C. F. T Image. “
In this l itv MIV 15. 1887, to -> th»
We guarantee it. jold ou s poUiive guarantee It 10c.. Lde*
county clerk, and he is now at woik,
Frenh roaeted lanuta at H. H. and Neuralgic pains.
this citv. They were a •■•omnsnm l from
of Fred Keller, a »on,
IW. Burt DiUijgUd:«
making out the delinquent mt.
i Deo. W. Hurt. Druggia*.
Portland bv Mr«. James H. Turner, alto
aaialer of Mr. Johnson.
Fino Perfumes, Toilet Soaps, Tooth Brushes,
Cloth and Hair Brushes, Sponges,
Sachet Powders, Face Powders,
Camiline, Wisdom’s Robertine.
ROGERS & TOOD.
W. V. PRICE,
The Great Transcontinental Rout«.
lj> Stairs in Adams’ Building,
As fine a stock of Mill
inery goods as was
1ST ew Opening- !
Come and see for Yourself.
Mrs. H. P. STUART’S,
Watches Guaranteed & War
rFol )acco Ci gars,
Highest Cash Trices Paid for Grain.
New Blacksmith Shop!
SAM LIKEN8, Proprietor.
Ilonesl Wright. Fuir Keating.