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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 10, 1888)
S, A. YO'JMG, M. D.
Physician & Surgeon,
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
Read T. M. Fields’ ad. In it you will
find something entirely new.
LI&T OF LETTERS.
NEWS IN GENERAL.
Remaining uncalled for in tiie post
P, F. Browne tells the public some
office at McMinnville, Yamhill county, The Principal Occurences of the
M o M ixxvillx ,
Ouoo.1. LOCAL HAPPPENINGS IN AND thing new this week. Bead his ad.
Oregon, Feb. 1, 1888.
Week, Interspersed with
ABOUT THE CITY.
It makes us mad to hear this climate
Office and residence on D street. All
Brown. E F
•ull* promptly answered day or night.
praised, while suffering with a severe Brown, J F
Scientific, and Other
Crold, Mias Mollie Caswell, D J
Interest inc Matter Concerning cold.
Courtney, J 1*
„ . W W
People and Things, Caught
There will be a meeting of Liberalist» Gates,
w. V. PRICE,
Hutchinson. Mrs if ng ”
* /. Arthur W
Sound Reading Matter.
at the Grange hall, Sun-lav Feb. 12, at McKeluny, L
Jones, J D
on the Fly by the Live,
11 u. in. sharp. Goo-l speakers expect Jones, Miss Recua Morgan, H W2
G leanings F rom Ot'B E xchanges
Pa in tv-. F. J,
ed, Ail invited to attend.
Reed, T B
Pence, Miss Nellie
J. E. B rooks , Sec.
H acked and S awed O ct to
of this Paper.
Spalding. Miss 11 F Skinner, James
Ta»e, E G
A new stock of paper has been receiv Savage, M rs A T
F it T hese C olvm . nu .
J II 2 Trohridge, Chas
READ Z-iND BE WISER.
ed at thia office, eomprising bill heads, Turner,
letter heads, folio and flat papers.
Parties calling for the same will please
When you want job work done cheap
The O. A C. have advanced their
Dr. J. H. NELSON, Dentist
Twenty-nine days in this month.
and neat call at this office.
Rooms over First National Bank, in Mc
This is dismal weather for Oregon.
J. F. W isecarver , Postmaster.
All accounts of the firm of Baxter A
Charles Webley of Napa, Cal.,
• Charges Moderate and Consistent
blew his brains out Sunday even
Has the latest Discovery for the Painless
liea.l the Communication signed “Ob
of an attorney for collection s> pletise
extraction of Teeth.
Ths Grand Council Royal and Select
call and settle, thereby saving cost.
Not a colliery is running in the
Masters held their tliiid annual assem
The Rev. Jord in is slowly improving;
B axter A R ogers .
We are glad to note it.
bly in McMinnville, Oregon,Feb. 1,1888, Shenandoah district. The miners
Grand Master C. Taylor, presiding. arc drinking heavily and are arm
Where is the court house to be loca
A WESTERN MAGAZINE.
ted? Wo are anxious to know.
All the councils in tho jurisdiction were ed.
The January number of Tho West represented.
The following officers
Niytt week will appear an article on
The Portland board of trade has
Yamhill county by Dr. Ch B. Reese, of Shore though somewhat delayed in pub were elected to serve for the ensuing presented a memorial to congress
Next door to the Feist office
lication by reason of its change ot form year: Samuel Bullock, G. M. | 11. E. in|favor of a public building at that
increase of size; has reached us; ac Harris, Dep. G. M.; G. McD. Stroud, G. place.
M c M innville ,
wagon which when painted will be used companied by an elegant oleograph in
III. M.; J. J. Spencer, G. P. C. of \V.;
as a delivery wagon.
A fire in the Arlington Hotel at
nine colors. This is a splendid marine F. .1. Babcock, G. Recorder; J. F.
Judge Ramsey of Salem is in Pendle- view, showing a large ocean steamer Wiseearver, G. Treasurer ;M. Stock, G. Seattle recently damaged the build
ton, looking around preparatory to lo crossing out to sea from the mouth of the C. of G.; W . C. ('tawford, G. Chaplain ; ing and furniture to the amount of
cating in that section.
A. B. Bloomer, G. ('.of (’.; G. F. Tuck $30,000.
Sample rooms in connection.
Columbia river. The engraving is richly
H. F. Turner and family have moved colored and full of life. It is printed on er, G. Steward; W. II. Bingham, G.
Bismark in a speech before the
back to this city. lie is at present work heavy plate paper and is worthy a good Sentinel. The next grand assembly will
be held in Corvallis, the first Wednes' Richstag at Berlin on Monday last,
Is now fitted up in first class order.
ing in the Reporter office.
frame. The magazine itself is a special day in February, 1889.
said that the outlook at present for
Accommodations as good as can be
Frank Maddock has been very sick at ly fine one, having Humorous illustrat
peace was good.
foun din the city.
Heppner; His friend^ in this section ions tinted in tho pages amid the read
ing matter . As usual, it is full of infor
are glad to hear of his improvement.
•8. E. MESSUÿiEJL‘Manager.
At 12 o’clock Sunday night the
mation about the great Northwest. Pub-
All those indebted to Mrs, II. P.
Next Tuesday will ljt>V alentine’s day. lised by L. Samuel, Portland, Oregon,
six day walking match com
Several neat looking valentines we see at $2.50 per year. The January number Stuart are requested to come and settle menced. Six men are still walk
AV • EL I3€5yd, M- ID. in tlie stock of the diflerent dealers in and
oleograph sent postage free to any
ing, two having fell out.
this city. •
address for 50 cent«.
Physician and Surgeon, .
W. Barton Mills of Spokane was
Miss Mary Johnson camo down from
M c M innville ,
- ■ O regon Monmouth and spent Su*idav with her HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY,
Notice is hereby given that we have killed Wednesday while trying to
parents. She is taking music lessons at
this 20th day of January, 1888, by mu eject from his mining claim two
Office two doors south of postoffice. Res Monmouth.
Mrs. Charles Springer, of Iowa, agent tual consent dissolved partnership.
men who had jumped it.
idence two doors from railroad on Third
There will be preaching in the C. I*, for the Woman’s Home Missionary So
street All calls promptly attended to, day
II. K i mmel .
Robert Efiey, mayor of Santa
church. Sunday morning and evening ciety of Methodist Episcopal church,
G. M c G uire .
by Rev. W. W. Beck. All are cordially
has been indicted by
gave two most ínteres ting addresses in
invited to attend. x
A SWEET FIGHT.
grand jury on the charge of
the Methodist church last Sunday. The
i If you are in McMinnville, and want
bezzlement of bank funds.
------- Proprietor of the-------
a good meal or a good bed, go to the morning address was a most lucid and
The sugar refineries of this coast
The visible supply of grain
Central hotel; only two blocks from the earnest presentation of the need of
main business street.
home mission work among the Indians, are fighting for the control of the •1, was as follows: Wheat, 41,08(1,-
Miss Elma Woodard who has been the Mormons, the Chinese, the Freed coast trade. People can now look 000 bushels ; corn, 7,817,000, oats,
Dealer tn eggs, chickens, meats of all de visiting friends in this city for several men and those who come from other for cheap sugar.
The California 5,402,000; rve, 303,000; barley, 2,-
scription, hides, tallow, etc., will pay cash months past, left for her home in Olym lands, to become citizens among us. refinery have made a cut to get the 929,000.
Jor all produce. A nice, neat place will be pia Tuesday morning.
This gifted lady lias been a great travel
Henry E. Rees, cashier of the
kept, a ltd respectfully, n share of the public
Miss Ida Smith of Brownsville arriv er, and in tho evening we were treated entire business. The price of gold
Continental Hotel in Philadelphia,
ed in this city Monday. She is visiting
patronage is solicited.
at Mrs. G. F. Tuckers at present and tea journey through the Holy Land.
is under arrest for appropriating
So clear and vivid were the descriptions per pound, extra C from G to 5if
will leavo for Hillsboro Saturday.
$30,000 of tho hotel company’s
The American money.
Bishop & Kay are having the interior of various localities and references to cents per pound.
of their store fixed up in an artistic man the scenes as given us in the Bible one company met the above cut and it
Third St , McMinnville Or
C. C. Farwell & Co., of Danvers,
ner by Vint Snelling.
They will soon almost walked with Jesus beside the
is thought will still lower tho price. Mass., manufacturers of boots and
have an invoice of new goods arrive.
J. Harv. HENDERSON:
lovely lake of Geneserot.
(Successor to L. Root)
A. J. Smith is now happy, because he
shoes, have failed, with liabilities
At the close of the morning service a
— DEALER IN —
has a neatly written receipt for the Woman’s Home Missionary society was
estimated at $200,000. The money
All Fresh Goods, Groceries, Flour, Ba- T elephone is his pocket. We are daily organized of 17 members, and the follow
Two lots with goud house, well, and is mostly due to banks.
con, Glassware and Crockery.
receiv Mg such subscribed as Mr. Smith. ing officers elected: President, Mrs. D.
goods delivered to purchaser in
The new treaty, which is being
Dr. Cooper the dentist, has perman C. Collier; vice-presidents, Mrs. W. barn, situated in » desirable part of the
ently located in McMinnville. Teeth Cook, Mrs. C. L. Young, Mrs. I. B. city of McMinhville Or. A good war negotiated with China prohibits
extracted and filled without pain by the
rantee deed will be givon to purchaser. the coming to this country of all
Electric Method. Office at present at rec. secreta)*, Mrs. J . L. Snyder; cor. The terms are cash. For information Chinese, excepting those engaged
Wm. Bingham; chairman, Ln. com., E. concerning this property call at the T el in the diplomatic service.
The firemen ot this city will gi ve a V. Vanatta; chairman musical com. ephone office, McMinnville, Or.
Honolulu has quarantined against
at Garrison’s opera-house on the Mrs. Mathieu.
M rs . J, I». S nyder ,
Harness, Saddles, Etc, Etc, dance
A postal union has been consum San Francisco on account of small
evening ot Feb. 22. Particulars will be
Bapalring neatly done at reasonable given next issue, but a good time is
mated for the whole of North Amer pox. All passengers must remain
By order of
Wright's new building. Corner Third
ica, so that a letter may be sent from in quarantine for eighteen (lays
C ommittee .
and F streets, McMinnville. Or.
from the time or leaving San Fran
Geo. Owens has sold to J. D. Gibson,
E d . T elephone :—Your query in tiie any postoffice in the United States
of Biggs, Wasco county, a fine colt. He last issue of the T eleiiiione , “are we to to any postoffice in British America cisco.
---- NEW AND ATTRACTIVE---- is ?a Clydesdale, two years old and is a have a new school building or patch up
A pigeon shoot between Dr. Car
or Mexico, and at the same rate of
very fine looking horse. Mr. Gibson is
ver and John Kerrigan, a local pig
the old one,” brings to mind that the an
looking for another fine horse.
postage as that paid between points eon shooter of San Francisco will
The W. F. M. society of the C. P. nual school meeting is near at hand.
in the United States.
take place at that place on the 19th
J.W. BRIEDWELL,----- PROP. church will give an entertainment and In addition to the usual routine of busi
and 22d of this month.
Rev. W. W. Berk will deliver an ad ness the question of a new school build
(Formerly Baxter& Rogers.)
dress on the subject of Foreign Missions, ing will probably be discussed. But up
The celebrated Quit-a-qua ranch,
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
My Goods are New and Fresh and will Friday, Feb. 10. All are cordially in to the present time there is apparently
in the Panhandle of Texas, has
vited to attend,
BE SOLD AT LOW FIGURES
no interest manifested in this most im
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, been purchased for Lady Adair, of
Sam Meacham, a Warm Spring In
For CASH. A sharp of the public pat dian, convicted of stealing a bottle of portant matter.
Corns, and all Skin Erupt Ireland, and others, for $7,000,000.
ronage respectfully solicited, All kinds alcohol from a store on the Umatilla
For weeks prior to tho election
cures Piles, or no The ranch consists of 445,000 acres,
of Produce taken in exchange for goods, reservation, lias been sentenced to a last November,
McMinnville was Pay required. It is guaranteed to give and is stocked with over 30,000
year’s imprisonment in the Oregon thoroughly alive to its interests in the perfect satisfaction, or money refunded,
head of high grade cattle.
matter of the relocation of the county price 25 cents por box. RogersATodd.
The (Arant monument associa-
No other medicine is so reliable asAver’s seat, and from a business standpoint it
Cherry Pectoral, for the cure of coughs, was a very important matter, but upon
Amos Snell, a millionaire of Chi tion has issued a circular inviting
colds, and all deiangements of the res
sculptors and architects to submit
pirtttory organs. It relieves the asthma tho question of school facilities, in which cago, was murdered in his bed
-----THE LEADER IN
Robbery was designs for a monument or a mem-
tic and consumptive, even in advanced every resident of the district, whether a Wednesday night.
orial building to be erected in Riv
stages of disease.
pioperty holder or not: touching as it the object.
erside [Mirk, over the tomb of Grant.
A specimen of fine, artistic, glass-blow does, development of the children, men
It is suggested that designs be bas
Is Consumption Incurable.
ing can be seen by stepping into Rogers tally, morally, socially and physiciafly ;
ed on the estimated expenditure
& Todd’s store, and examining any one is equally interested.
There seems to
Read the following: Mr U H. Morris, of half a million dollars.
of the two thousand prescription bottles, be a lack of interest, not warranted by Newark
’. Ark., says:
“Was down with
which have the name of this well-known the facts in the ease.
abcess of lungs, and friends and physicians
On Saturday, February 25, Uni
Opposite Grange Store McMinnville, Or
pronounced me an Incurable Consumptive.
Began taking Dr King’s New Discovery ted States Marshal Myers will sell
The band paraded the streets Satur be denied. That to defer the work for
Consumption, am now on my third
day and rendered some very fine pieces longer will be a great injustice to the bottle, ami able to oversee the work’ on mv at public auction the 199 five-tael
of music in a manner which made the pupils of the district is equally true.
It is the finest medicine ever made?’ cans of prepared opium found in
It is to be hoped then that the ques
people of this city open tlioir eyes. The tion
Jesse Middlewart, Decatur, Ohio, says: the trunk of Mrs. Moran and seized
boys are doing their best to keep to tion it merits, and that during the year “Had it not been for Dr King’s New Dis
Proprietor of the
covery for Consumption I would have died by customs officials about a month
gether and should bo encouraged.
1888, a school building will be erected of lung troubles Was given up by doctors ago. The sale will take place at 1
The public will understand the Cen- that will be the pride of the people.
A Am now in best of health.” Try it sample
o’clock p. np, at the north door of
ral is still running and will continue to credit to their intelligence and enter bottles free at Rogers Todd,
the custom house. This amount
run. Mrs. D. Merrill, Proprietress, F. prise, as the present one having outlast
Multnur, Manager. Thanking the public ed its uselulness, is a reflection upon the
The Miners in the Pennsylvania of opium is of considerable value.
for their very liberal patronage inthe past same.
O bserver .
mines get from 75 to 90 cents a day. A tael is equal to one and one-
and hoping to merit the same in the ft -
thfrd ounces avoirdupois; 199 five
OFFICERS ELECTED IN THE MC It is a quandry, how les3 protection
tael cans then contain nearly 1330
“My little son, three years ot age, was
MINNVILLE FIRE DEPART
can lower the wages of the working ounces,or about eighty-three pounds.
terribly afflicted with scrofula. Hisheab
men, it appears that wages are The duty is fixed at $10 a pound,
was entirely covered with scrofulous
Third Street, McMinnville Or
sores, and his body showed many marks
The following officers were elected ! about low enough and under pro or |830, and the opium sells at re
of the disease. A few bottles of Ayei’s Tuesday night, at the regular annual tection too. In a reduction of the tail for from $11 to $15, according
Sarsaparilla cured him.”—W, J. Bechet,
ZMZ’IfcAZ j STISTATTILIILZE
to quality, thus placing the proir-
meeting of tho McMinnville Fire De tariff you will see wages increase,
able value of the seizure at about I
partment, to serve one year :
A runaway on Third st real caused |
The proceeds realized from
the department .
will f)C turne(1 ovcr to the
some excitement Monday by running
G. W. Jones, chief; E. Wright, 1st.
This remedy is becoming mo well known
into another team standing on the street
ami breaking the wagon considerably assistant chief; C. Grissen, secretary; and so popular as to need no special men- I custody of the clerk, of the United
beside throwing one of the horses. The G. F. Tucker, trias.
sirg the same song of praise.—A purer
runaways could not he stopped and ran
medicine does not exist and it is guaran
ENGINE * HOSE COMPANY.
laving near Jas. I’opc, a negro,
through the town and are going yet a
C. H. FLEMING, Prop.
teed io do all that is claimed
J. E. Magers, president; F. J. Mar Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver of Lqngview, Dodge county, Ga.,
nothing has been heard of them.
All kinds of fancy hair cutting done in
and Kidheeys, will remove Pimples. Holla. is bis brother-in-law, who has a
Patents granted tocitizans of the Pac tin, vice-presideift; J. L. Rogers, treas,; 8alt
th. latest and neatest stylo.
Rheum and other affections caused by
impure blood,—Will drive Malaria from the son, Hubbard Harrell, 10 years
All kinds of fancy hair dressing and hair ific states, reported for this paper by C. James Durham, sec.
system and prevent as well as cure all Ma old. Sunday a negro gave Harrell
dying, a specialty ' Special attention given
U. 8. patent office, Washington, D. C.
laria fevres,—For cure of headache. Con
E, W. Wallace, foreman; W.V. Price,; stipation and Indigestion try Electric Bit a bottle of whisky, and the lad got
Ladies’ and Childrens’ Work
1st assistant ioreinan ; L, Gortner 2d as ters—Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or drunk, and in bis frenzy he deter
I also have for sale a very fine assort weed cutter, D. Goldstein, San. Fran
money refunded.—Price fiOcts. and|1.0Uper mined to kill Pope’s three children.
ment of hair oils, hairtonics, cosmetics, etc cisco, Cal. sample tray. M. Jenseu, As sistant foreman; J. L. Rogers, delegato. bottle at Rogers Jk Todds Drug Store. (5 j
The children helped hint to fill a
I have in connection with my parlor. toria, Oregon, can crimper and capper,
I \V. H. Shannon. Stockton, Cal., railway
. the largest and finest stock of
The demand for California rais- kettle with boiling water, and at
G. F. Tucker, foreman ; Lee Wright,
1 crossing. L. D. Smith, and W. A. Olds,
bis bidding stripped themselves of
1st assistant foreman ; Lyle Wright, 2d ons is steadily increasing.
; Helix, Oregon, friction fire escape.
assistant foreman; Lee Collard, dele-;
their clothes. The largest child,
Ever in the city.
One hundred and twenty men are at gate.
aged 5 years, was plunged into the
IWTriin S trutt M c M inxvillz . O bf . oox I work on the Oswego smelter. Seven
HOOK A LADDER COMPANY.
expert brick layers have arrived from
kettle and scalded to death. The
Acker’s English Remedy for Cough».
Pittsburg to assist in the erection of the
W.D, Fenton,President; John Knight,
Forest Grove Nov. Kith. I child 4 years old tried to resist,
furnace. As soon as tliese men get well secretary ; Chas. Grissen, trea" ; O. O. \Ve u»e Ackers English Remedy in onr when Harrell seized him, and the
to work 100 more men will be put to Ho Ison, foreman ; G. V. Snelling, 1st family whenever we are troubled with
work. The 100 foot stack is finished and assistant foreman ; Win. Campbell, 2d ' coughs, sore throats, and we consider it young demon thereupon beat his
three of the 15x70 fe-t stoves for heating assistant foreman; J. F. Calbreath,dele the best and most reliable coug medicine ¡brains out with a pice of iron and
| the air before it is forced into the fur gate.
I threw its bixly into the kettle. The
we have ever used.
nace are finished, and the work gener
The above officers are in every way
E. C. Hughes,
child started to rtsn away,
McMinnville, is opened
competent tö fill the positions to which
ivertaken, and when the
gon will soon be a manufacturing state. they have been elected. A dance will Acker’s preparation
for sale by Geo. W. parents attracted by its cries, rush
At least twenty letters have been re soon l-e given by the department which Burt.
ed to the scene, they found Harrell
ceived at this ’office during the past should be well attended.
month, requesting a sample copy of. the
holding it by the ankles, and bant
paper from people who intend to ¡mi
its head against a tree. The
grate in the spring. If the peopie of
this countf will help by giving their •J »» to depend u pon. Acker’s Blood El thousands suffering from Asthma, Con. flesh of the children in the kettle
Where you will find the best of
opinien of this county through the col ixir has been prescribed forbears for all im- sumption, Coughs, etc. <“ Did you ever try wax nearly Ixiiled from the Ixmes.
Wines and Liquors, also
umns of the T elephone , a considerable puritieaof the Blood. In every form of Scrof Acker’s English Remedy? It is tlio bed The head of the third child was
Imported and IJomestsc
number of people can ba influenced to ulous, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it is preparation known for ail Lung Troubles,
Cigars. Everything m at and Clean. ; make their permanent abode in this invaluable. For Rheumatism, lias do equal. sold on a positive guarantee at 10c., 00c. beaten almost to a jelly, and it died
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
during the night.
Geo. W. Burt Drugriit
T. M. F ield -, l’ropr. , count».
Poots and Shoes have taken a Tumble
i.i nrieo at the I’ione«r Boot and Shoe
fjp.8 ora. I am now receiving my SpriiiK
Summer stock of goods, direct from
the Mat.ui. cturcr. ahicli enables me to
^sell my Goods at L>worPii<az than my
competitors di alin^ in tiie same line.
1 will not sell nor handle Boots or
1'4 I v^fr?’bv tlio liol liquor
nr* n'n, pro.-esa
for that leather
is burned. Goods sold as represented.
Up Stairs in Adams’ Rnilding,
W? F. Collard
No uharuc made for Hewing rips on G«oda that I sell.
posite the Grange Stope.
P. F. BROWNE.
PROTECT YOUR HOURS!
MARLIN DOUBLE ACTION REVOLVER.
Family Grocery Store
1rs. il. P. Stuart,
Hair weaving and Stamping.
Shaving, Hair Cutting and- - - -
- - - - Shampoing Parlors.
FIRST CLASS BAR
Cw’cv’x ftxtcVZSK “a
These revolvers are an exact
duplicate of the celebrated
SMITH & WESSON.
no longer costs
The St. Charles Hotel.
L. 0. TRIPLETT»
Sign of tho Big Boot, op
.33 Caliber, using
FULL NICKEL PLATED, RUBBER HANDLE.
WABBANTKD KQUAL IN XVXDT RX8PECT TO THX
For sale by Hardware and Gun Dealers everywhere.
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BEST IN TH«
For Urge or small (TAme, all itses. Tho strongest shooting rifle mads. Psrfoct
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SHOT GUM SHELLS, PAPER AND BRASS.
Cheaper and belter than any other. Scud tor ITlco Llkt of these tools to
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Notice Fol’ Publication.
ARE YOU GOING EAST?
L and O ffick at Ofrgon City, Or., (
January 18, 1888.)
If so bo sure and call for your tlcksU •
Notlco Is bcrvby givon that inc following-
named settlor has filed ’.oticcof bis inten
final nroof in support of bis
and that Raid proof will be before the
county judge or clerk of Tillamook county,
Oregon, aFTillainook, Oregon, on Wednes
day, March 21, 1888, viz: A. I>. llallock,
homestead entry No. 5171, for lots, 2. 3 ami
4, see 31, T 1 S K 10 W. and 1, 2, 3 and 1,
sec, 6, T 1 8 R 10 W
lie names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
It is positively the shortest and flnt'ilF
cultivation of, said land, viz: W. f. New
comb, John 1‘ Day. IL. F. Uoodspecd and line to Chicago and the east and south and
the only sleeping and dining car through
II. McDermott, of Tillamook, Oregon
W. T. B ukney , Register.
& Wrote Ritay,
« js m wt” ■
Oinnlia, Kansas* City, and all lliaaourf
111 ver Points.
Notice for Publication.
Its magnificent steel truck, unsurpasssd
train service^und elegant dining and
sleeping cars bus honestly earned for it the
L and O ffice at Oregon Citv, Or., )
Jan. ÏI, 1888 (
Notice is hereby given that the following-
named settler has Hied notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim and, that said proof will bo made
before the county clerk of Tillamook coun
ty, Oreuon. ut. Tillamook, Oregon, on Fri
day. March 2, 1888, viz: Joseph Bixby,
pre-emption, D S, No. 5419, for the N W 1-4
of S E 1-4 ami N E 1-1 of 8 W 1-1 of Sec
31, T 3 « R 9 W
He names the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of, said land, viz: Fred C
Foland, C T. McKinley, 1». 11. Bunn and
M Foland, all of 1 lebo 1’ O., Tillamook
county. Ong< n,
W. T B urney , Register.
The Tloyal Houte
Others may imitate,but none can surpass it.
Our motto is “always on time.”
Be sure and ask ticket agents for tickets
via this celchruted route and take none
W H MEAD, G. A
No, 4 Washington street, Portland, Or.
New Blacksmith Shop I
Notice of Final Settlement.
Notice is hereby given that W D Fen
SAM LIKENS, Proprietor.
ton, as administrator of thcestateof Henry
Wtillan, deceased, has tiled in the county
court of Yamhill county, Oregon, his final Blacksmithing and enrrisgo ironing of
account, and said court has fixed upon
Tuesday, March 0, 1888, at 2 o’clock, p in.
of said day, at Lafayette, Oregon, to hear
the same. Therefore all persons are here
by notified to appear at. said time and
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place, and show cause, if any there lie, why
said final account be not allowed and said
estate Unally settled.
W. I). F enton ,
Aho maiiufucture the
Dated January 12, 1888.
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L and O ffice at Oregon City, Or , I
I)ec 21, 1887.1
Notice i« hereby given that the following-
named settler has filed notice of his inten
tion to make final proof in support of his
claim, and that said proof will be made be
fore the County Judge or Clerk of Yamhill
county, Oreg«m. at Lafayette, Oregon, on
Saturday, February 25. 1888, viz: Robert
llanniford, homestead entry. No. 4885, for
the B W 1-4 of N E 1-4 and lot 2 of sec. 10. (•S' 'or Third and I) streets, McMinnville
T 2 8 R 4 W.
He na mes the following witnesses to
prove his continuous residence upon, and
cultivation of. said land, viz,: Samuel Gil
pin. George Taylor, Orin Portor and Taylor
Thorpes, of Gaston P. () Washington
W. T. B urney ,
Lian Baos., &
The Beit Rigs in tho City, Order,
Promptly attended to Day or
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L and O ffice at Oregon City, Or., I
Notn e is hereby elven that the fbllowmg-
named seVlcrlias filed notice of bis inten
tion to m:i! <’ linnl proof In support of his
claim, and that said pro« f will in made be
fore the County Clerk of TillgulMk county,
Oregon, nt l illiimonk, Oregon on Friday,
March 2 1HS8, viz. Fred. C. Foland, pre
emption D. H. No. 492.'», f »r the N E ’ < «>f I
s E h. and H E
of H E
He names the following witnesses to
prove bis continuous residence n|»on, and
•mltivation of, said land, Viz: Joseph Bix
by. C I’. McKink’V, Chas. Johnson and
if. H. Bunn, nil of llcbo P, Q , Tillamook
W. T B urney , Register
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I mxp QrrieE at Oregon City. Or., 1
1 ebruai v 7. 1887.1
Notice!* hereby given that tiie fol’.owing-
nanivd settler has Hied notice of Isis inten
tifin to ma c final proof in support of Ids
claim, and that «aiti proof will be made I m *-
f<»re tue county clerk of Tillamook county,
Oregon, at Tillamook. Oregon, on Saturday
Manli31. 1888, viz: Jòlin Rupp, pre-e
tion D. H. No- 5199, for the W «<, HE •;
1, and W », N E see 12. T 2 S R 10 W
He names the* following witnessc
prove his continuous re>i<h nee upon, ami
cultivation of. sukl land, viz Janit a Gib
son. Ht nry Old* James A, Briggs and M,
D. Reading, u!l of riU>im<H>k. Oregon,
W T I tri.NEY, Register
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