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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (May 11, 1888)
k'E FOR PUBLICATION.
Li> O ffif » at Oregon City, Or , •(
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
A GUN FIKKD.
April 3. 1888,1
When Completed Will Be Sold nt Auction
(Continued from page 2.)
L I* hereby given that the following-
ketller ha's filed notice of his inten- LOCAL HAPPPENINGS IN AND
East Chehalein—S Brutschor, J T
Several issues ago We made the state Smith, Noah Heater, E II Woodwaid,
Mr. 8. C. Force of this city has con- ,
hnake filial proof in support of hi*
ABOUT THE CITY.
avi that said proof will la- made l>e-
ment that a' Republican gun would be J Hobson, Albert Heater. Aaron Mills, structed during the winter ten flue bug- ,
> judge or clerk of Yamhill county,
tired at our works in this county, but it J H
gies, all having the improved 4>exter
»■ette, Oregon, on Wednesday. Muy
failed to appear. Well last Saturd ly
Dundee—C H Vaughn, Uriah Bradley. spring; this eprin, is thy acknowledged ■
[viz: James M. Hewitt, homestead
night thd gun arrived on the 8 «’dock
J W C owls , Chairtnuii.
L, ¿rd, for the 8 U of N W 1-4 8 W
champitffi of springs. Tho buggies are
train. Jtwasdragged to the Opera house,
IW 1-4 sec. 30, T 5 8 R 6 W
james the following witnesses to
beaded by the McMinnville band. At | Committee on permanent organization
[is continuous rejhlence upon, and
For your paper.
the stairway the caisons were detached and order of business re|>orted the fol flhithcd will be sold. Parties wanting a I
buggy are requested to step in and see
(lol*of. said land, viz. E. (. Jia-
tlie piece already loaded waa placed lowing :
Cltoliie fresh candies at C. Grissen’*. on the
1’ K. liuley, .1. M, Lady and F J.
them before the sale. Ths whole work
stage and a slow match attached.
We your committee on ]>ermanent or lias been done by hand and is of couise
j all of Sheridan Postoffiee; Vam-
(.Io to Martin A Sanners for voul sheen I'or two hour* uud lifteen minutes the ganization and order of busineai respect
for Infants and Children
r audience waited for it go oil-, (to bed) fully beg leave to report the folluwing: far better than a machine made article.
W. T. II i ' rnf . y , Register
but it did not. In the meantime sever That the temporary utiicars be delared
REI'OKT OF THE CONDITION
Arctic soda, soda Sd a drink at 0; al of the audience went otT home to
Castorla is so well adaptod to children that I Castorla enres Colle, Constipation,
frCE FOR PUBLICATION. I Grisseti’s.
the permanent officers of this convention
lias superior to any prescriplion | gour stomach, Diarrhcea, Eructation.
First National Bank at McMinn
and that the following be the order of
I Kills Worms, gives sleep, aad promote« di-
Ln OrFtcE at Oregon City, Or.. 1
IL A. A rcbx », M. D.,
ville. in the state of Oregon, at the close of
J. D. Carter of West Chehalem was in I its engagement with the enemy and the j business :
April 9, 1888 i
Ill So. Oxford St., Brooklyn, N. T. I Without injurious medicstion.
entire audience went home to dream of
L. is hereby given that the fdihiwing- the city Friday.
The nominations of two representa
tlie overhrow of this government by a ;
Jscttler has tilled notice of his inten-
T hx C sntavr ConrxsY, 77 Murray Streot, X. T.
Wire cloth far window screens at reduction of the existing t.iritL In the ; tives,two cotnmissiunerSjOne sheriff,one
hnuke final proof in support of his
cleik, one recorder, one treasurer, one .Loans and discounts
a|„I that said proof will be blade be- Martin & Sanders:
morning the gun was well swabed out assessor, one surveyoi jons school super Overdrafts, secund and unsecured 3186 88
fccounty judge or clerk of Yaitlhill
stock and grain scales for sal» and greased and sent back to the Re intendent, one coroner. The re-organi U. 8, Bonds to secure circulation. 12560 06
(Oregon. at Lafayette, Oregon, on by Farm,
camp in Portland: It is a zation of the county centra! committee. Other stocks, bonds, and nio’tgs
Martin & Sanders.
w, June 14. 1888. viz: Julian Ilugulet
womlerfull gun in its own way. The
Due from approved reserve agents 1420 23
Ea.l entrv, No 4:167, for the 8
Cap. Eininett of the Nesusca toll road only objection tint we find is, tliat it is Respectfully submitted,
Due from other National Banks,
(V 1-4 of see. 22. T4 S It 5 W.
E B F ellows , Chairman.
Was in the city last week.
Due from state B’nks and li nkers
bell muzzled and scatters too tuucli, it
' ..... upon,
The cheapest place to buy yotirjjrocer- I should tie choked. Its foresight was be amended, to ratify tlie nomination of Current expenses and taxes paid .
in price at the Pioneer Boot and Shoe
of, said land, viz: Asa Cate, ies is at C. Grissen’s.
nut good and a new one should be pro
........................ 655 «5
II iller. Allie Arthur and Patrick
cured. The gun was made by Mallorv J W Maxwell, joint representative of Checks and other eash items ....
Store, I am now receiving my Spring
& Co. about 63 years ago. It has had
paper currency, nickels
and Summer stock of goods, direct from
W T H c . uxkv ,
Watts moved that the ratification of Fractional
now located in Sturgis. Mich.
good usage and been well kept by the
the Manufacturer, w liieh enables me to
Builders hardware as cheat) as the United States government. It should I Watts moved that intake a majority of Legal-tender notes........................ 27103 10
T^sell my Goods at Lower Prices than my
nut be taken over to Tillamook for eveiy I all the votes cast to nominate. Carried.
fer Land, Act June 3, 1878. cheapest at Martin A Sanders.
Redemption fund with VS treasur
thing rusts over there.
competitors dealing in the same line.
Gates moved that 4 telle:* be appoint er! 5 per eent of circulation) .... 562 50
[Notice for Publication.
Mart High will raturn to this city next
I will not sell nor handle Boots O'
A LETTR FROM ••1CATIO*'
E xited S tates L and O ffice .
T otal ........ • • • •........................ $1
Al Shoes that are made of leather tanned'
Chair appointed Gates of Lafayette,
Oregon City, March 3, 1888.)
Millions of Fish in Geo. T'
Myer« Carp : York of North Yamhill, G F Tucker of
the hot liquor piocess for that leather
Ic is hereby given that incompliance
J. R. Logan has purchased a very
Ke provisions of the act of congress fine full blooded Jersy cow of Mr. Mill 1* ou<l—-Populated With Trout Trough I McMinnville, Graves of Sheridan.
Capital stock paid in................... $50000 00
* burned. Goods told ui represented..
fe 3, 1878, entitled “an act for the sale er of Amity.
Surplus fund................................ loooo oo
lowing names were placed in nomina Undivided profits ........................ 3046 80 No charge made for sewing rips on Goods that. I sell. Sign of the Big Boot, op
L r lands in the states of California,
h. Nevada and Washington Terri-
National Bank notes outstanding 11250 00 posite the Grange Store.
II. Ilewitt, Republican nominee for
1’. F. BROWNE.
[c. Leinenweher, of Astoria, county district attorney ot^this district was in
State Bank notes outstanding, col
A few days since I ate one of Geo.
ion. state (or territory) ot Oregon, the city last week.
Myers carp the fiist fish of the kind 1
Is uay tiled in this office his sworn
deposits subject to check 71616 43
tried. Am constrained to say that the hat was passed around and $24.96 Individual
Emt No. 2.'>6, for the purchase of the
Demand certificates of deposit .. 7343« 05
Go to Calterlin A Hicks photograph ever
sample approaches very near in gathered into the fold,) J L Davis oi Due to state Banks autl Bankers
Uof N E 1-4 amd N V2 of S E 1-4 and gallery in Salem and see those fine
flavor and delicacy to our favorite —tlie West Chehalein, J C Cooper of McMinn
13, of section’No. 27. in township No. baby pictures, jt will pay you.
¡1, range No 10 west, and will offer
trout. Mr. Myers claims, and I think ville, R R Laughlin of North Yamhill,
T otal ..
... $220789 38
L show that the land sought is more
W. 1’. Johnson will be here regularly with no little reason, that the solidity F M Little of Carlton, J J Henderson ol
Me for its timber or utonc than for in the future three days in each month. of*tho tisli and delicacy of flavor is Bellevue.
S tate of O regon , C ocntt of Y amhill , ss :
Itural purposes, and to establish his May 3d, 4tli and 5th ; June 7ih, 8th and 1 I effeted in a ¡¡rent measure by the tern
1st ballot—Derby 21, Davis 14, Cooper
I, J ohn W ortman , Cashier of the above-
[o said land before the register and
1 j perature and purity of the water. 'Die 18, Laughlin 21, Little 6, Henderson 7, named Bank, do solemnly swear that the
Er of this office at Oregon City, on 9th.
! tempature of this pond,
me, Bird 1, Gates 2, Hurley 15, Lafolletle 1, above statement is true to the best of my
lav the 26th day of Mav. 1KS8,
E sie Wright has comrnjnced the varies only a few degiees in lie the tells
course Graves 6, Liughlin 1, Cuwls 1. Hurley knowledge and belief.
lames as witnesses: Frank Hobson construction
. of a year. The volume of water being declined. Henderson declined.
bbuldi. \S’ill:uui Hunkinsof Garabal livery stable and the building on
J ohn W ortmax , Cashier
oil the I greater in the extremely warm days ot I election.
p. Sibley of Kiltdit^i C C Prv'va ci
Subscribed and sworn to before me this Sth
I summer than in the rainy season. The
day of May, 1848.
[and all persons claiming adverslv
Will Henderson lias beên up in the I 1 1 iai^?r spring which feeds his pond dis- Laughlin 35, D.iviaO. Little 11, G aves 1,
J E. M agxks >
hve described lands are requested to Sound
Notary Public for Oregon
country and says things are ■ charges a stream three inches and a
Fir claims in this office on or before
booming, but McMinnville is’ goodj half or four inches in dittnttdcr and is
kh (lay of May. 1888
3d ballot—Derby 42,Cooper 16, Laugh-
' little warmer than ice-water. Query .
enough for him.
W. T B urney , Register.
Is this spring the outlet to some subter-
j n « I J acob W ohtmam .)
The Mito Society will give an ice , ranean snow bank or lake, or some election.
re:,1f W m .H oi . i .,
Kotice for Publication.
eream festival and an entertainment for snow-fed mountain lake? He inclines to
4th ballot—Laughlin 77, Derby 32,
J ohn W ortman . \
|yi) O ffice at Oregon Citv, Or., I
the benefit of the public school. Pro , the latter since ho when preparing Ids Cooper 5, Little 1. Laughlin declared
March 31, 1888.1
Will McMinnville celebrate the
Ice is hereby given that the following- gramme next week.
i pond cleaned it perfectly of all trout and i elected.
Sth ballot—Derby 83, Cooper 23, Lit
| settler has tiled notice of his inten-
other fish which at that time frequented
■ make final proof, in support of his
it, but now theic are attually thousands | tle 3, Blank 1, Davis 1, Barnekoff 1,
[and that said proof will he made be- ainou.il of gqpds received by Martin A of trout and other foreign fish in there. Gates 1. Derby declared elected.
le county judge or clerk of Yamhill Sanders every freight, their stock is When one studies thoeiluation tlie ques
On motion of Watts the rules were
r, Oregon, at Lafayette. Oregon, on smaller now than it was a month ago.
suspended and the nomination of 11 II las liemiser was in town Monday.
kv, May 28, 1888. viz: Lindsey De
For Sale.—House and one acreof land, come from and how did they get there? Ilewitt as district attorney was made
C. II. Fenton left this morning
but, homestead entrv No. 4446, for
I’ , of N W 1-1 and N W 1-4 of S W situated in southeastern part of the city, He says “through that spiing”, and I unanimous.
for Portland on an emigrant hunt.
be? 22. T 5 8 R 6 W
confess it lookelh thus. Be that as it
The following names were placed in
[names the following witnesses to of Jno Wortman, First'National Bank.
may they are there and there in count
Henry Beebe left Wednesday for
[liis continuous residence upon and
nomination : Davis of West Chehalein,
his home at Junction. lie will be
ktion of, tfaid land, viz; Star South-
Go to Calterlin <fc Hick* photograph proportions. But another year will Yamhill, Dorsey of Dayton, Brutscber of gone 10 days.
jJoseph Bird, Janies McKinley, and
■Jaiignerty. all of Yamhill county Or gallery in Salem to get your pictures make them very enticing obj >cts to-the East Cliehalem.
taken now while yon can get tlie best fly operator an I stream whippar. On
\V. rJ*. B urney . Register
Mrs. Tucker returned from Port
1st ballot—Davis 5,Kingery 44,Hutcli-
pictures at the lowest pi ices; they now the banks of this densc.y populated j croft
Tuesday with a full line of the
riCE FOR PUBLICATION. have-with them the best photographer pond he can practice his allmpments to | \ Wnddle
u .., lii . a
u.«ii i 1. No latest novelties in millinery.
6, Ralnton i 1, n».i
Ids till without wearing himself oil' up to j
A OUlT.li It iS K OF ri'lOl’I.E.
I nd O ffice at Oregon City, Or.. ■ I
his suspenders and all for twelve and elocfjan.
April 16. 1888
Geo. II. Williams will address
Whether on land or at sea, on the one hall cents per pound. Some pounds
2d b.illot—Kingery 62, Bi ntscljer 52,
ire is hereby given that the following- prairie or in tire crowded city, Ayer’s
I Perry 1. Kingery declared elected.
the Republican club of this city A Speolus of People Known Only To
lj settler has tiled notice of his inten- Pills are the best cathartic, being con some cents and pretty plenty of fun.
3.1 b illot-~Bi |itHcher 83, Davi« 10, Per Monday night at the Opera house, j
And if yin think it isn’t luit to land a 15
B make filial proof in support of his
[an-1 that said proof will be made be- venient, efficacious, and safe. For tor or 20 pound carp with a trout lino and ry 6, Black 3, Hutchprolt 2, Dorsey 1,
lliis oilice received the fol
Mrs. II. P. Stm-rt went to Port-'
bc county clerk or judge of Tiila- pid liver, indigestion, and sick headache, hook, go and bribe eld George to let you Laughlin 1, CiPV 1. Bautcher declared
lowing notice I
icounty, Oregon, at Tillamook, on they' never fail.
Record, 2:26j, imide in a raco in
land Monday and purchased a sup-|
settle that point. Don’t fish too last
pay, June 2. 1888. viz : M l’etcr-
May 3d 1888
Oregon. Sired by Champion Knox,
ply of millinery goods superior to ,
McMinnville Firemans Coffee club and thus spoil all the fun in a lew min.
pniestead entry. No 7305 for the W
S E 1-4 S E 1-4 <‘»f N tV 1-4 and N W met at the-Firemans hall May 4, arid utes by depopulating his pond lor he es nomination: W \V Nelson of Lafayutte, any ever received in this city.
notice by thin that your paper is no sou of Bismarck dam by son of Old
elected officers for the ensuing year: timates that lie has only five million L J Fletcher of Dayton, llnsaev of Mc
¡8 E 1-4 sec 23 T 1 N R 16 \V
a deshnble guest at our cauip Rifleman, Bismarck by Gen, Knox
[names the following witnesses to President, Mrs.Nellie Hodson ¡vice-pres carp, big and little, and about the same
W. B. Alverson, of Seattle, who'
this continuous residence upon, and ident, Mrs. B. F. Hartman; secretary, number of trout and silversides. Four Minnville, Warren ot Bellevue, Olds of has been attending college returns hence yon era 'e my name fioni the list 140 (son of Vermont Hero 141, by
of j our subsrribers,
ption of, saitl land, viz: M B Morey, Mrs, A. Wadiburnc; treasurer, -Mrs. B. acres of flail, front nowhere to Q4«ien Carlton, G Allen of Amity.
Sherman Black Hawk 142, son of
yi-ry respectfully your
1st ballot—Nelson 23, Fletcher 24, home in the morning. He will at-
hry ami John Johnson of Garibaldi, F.
feet deep! and they are packed in
Black Hawk 5 by Sherman Mor
ji , I T Maulsby of Tillamook, Ore-
water enough to keep them from break-
gan, son of Justin Morgan, tlio
W T. B i rney .
M c M inxvii . lij , O k ., Muy 11, 1888.
In tin s;> iAg, hu 1 IrA.h of persons ing, like eggs in O:jt> '
2d ballot-—Nelson 41, Fletcher 18,
A' Democratic club will be organ J4ir: llm-.'ive.l the above and in re founder of the Morgan family.)
suffer fiom hofls, carbuncles, and other
The proprietor or p.’qprietqrs yf tlis Hitssej' 13, Warren 22, Olds lO.Allen 11,
diseas is. These are evidences tile
ized at North Yamhill to-morrow, j ply will state that yon are owing this Hit lit by Eaten Horse (son of Win
ITCE FOR PUBLICATION. eruptive
oflii e $3 15 f ir back subscription. Now
that the system is trying to purge itself new machine which it is claimed will No election.
3.1 ballot—Nelson 53, Fletcher 18, Good speakers will be there. Every j on have a ehan-e to bo a square man throp Messenger.) Mt. Vernon is
kxu O ffice at Oregon Citv. Or ! I
of impurities, and that it needs the pow make tile faster and smoother. If it
anil settle Ibis Hill bainre next issue. If Starded.
April 1. 1888 f
erful aid which is afforded by the qse of could onlybe made so very nrich cheap Hussey 2, Warren 35, Olds 6, Blank 1, body go and make the ball roll.
Ice is Imrebv given that the following- Ayer’s Sarsaparilla.
Hoping io see you walk into tl is o lice
Allen 2, Little 1. No election.
Mt. Vernon is a golden chcsnnt,
er that oqr agriculturists would not be
¡1 settler has tiled notice of his inteu-
and so. k up $3.15 I clore next issue. I weighs 1200 pounds, and is without
4tli ballot—Nelooti 57. Fletcher 8,
u make liniil proof in support of his
This ofli :e has received a now invoice afiaid to expe.riipftnt with it a>nl find out Warien 59, Olds 1, blank 1. No elec residence of Mrs. Bishop,'Friday I remain yours truly,
II. L. H eath .
L and that said proof will he made be- of p- inters stati >nery inulit'ling state lor themselves what wonderfully good tion. 117 ballots east and only 115 dele evening May 11. A 10 cent lunch' 1*. 8.—$3 1 > would be a very desirable question one of the speediest and
pe judge or clerk of Tillamook county, ments, bill heads, letter head*. c|e. We results would accrue from its use, it
ginnest stallions in the world.
II. L. II.
will be served for the benefit of the guest at our camp.
in, at Tillamook, on Saturday. June 9. have for inspection a number ef fine would be a revelation to some and a rev gates in the convention.
5tli ballot—Nelson 58, Warien 54, Womans Foreign Missionary Soci-1 The writer of tlio note instead of coin
Ho will stand at the ftiljowirug-,
fiz: l'rancis-.M Jackson, homestead samples of latest styles of visiting and olution for all. The real merit of tile
ing into this office and telling us openly named places during the present*
Fletcher 1, blank 1. Nelson declared
[No. 1910, fortlie N ¡-n of S W 1-1. S \V
iN W 1-4 and lots 2 and 3of see 30,T 2
that lie did not want the piipe*, refused
very few, comparatively, know that a
Call and exapiine them,
to take It out of thu office, knowing he season:
On motion of Warren (he election of
[naiiics the following witnesses to
Sheridan, Monday; Amity, Tues-,
was in arrears. After he refused it, the
We have been enabled to securo the than a lead pencil runtng night and daj’ Nelson was declared unanimous.
llijs continuous residence upon, and
bp organized at the opera house to next issue was sent to him when he day; North Yamhill, Wednesday
for clerk .
• lion of, said land, viz; Wm. O'Hqrg
ill sodden a large area of land. And
The (qllavyinn names were presented: night. All the Democrat» (n this worked his brain to the utmost capacity and Thursday; McMinnville, Fri-,
[. M Hardman of Netarts, Oregon; gilist Mr, Felix Reme, of Chicago, who. still less know with what a strong suc
b lfiggs aiid Claude Thayer of Tilla- will be with us a iew weeks. He makes tion, so to speak, drain tile will draw J B Hobbs of Dayton, E N Ford of Mc vicinity are wanted. They should and penned the above letter. The ont- day and Saturday; and will sto[x
side world i< not acquainted with this
W. T. lh RXEV.
a specialty of taking babies pictures and the water away and qt the same tii.i® Minnville.
1st ballot—IL.bbs 59, Ford 32, Rogers all be there. To-night at the opera specie ot blings. The newspaper m . mi over night Tuesday in McMinnville,
is by far the best photographer in the properly air tlio soil. However they
1, blank 3, Graves 15, Little 1. Baker 1. house. Don’t forget it.
Hill t.AMl, ACf JUN'K 3. IH7H,-, , state of Oregon.
are learning and quantities aie being us Hubbard 1, Olds 1. Hobbs declared
^ATE rlin A H icks ,
■OTICK FOlt rVBLICATION.
ed in some localities.
The Mite Society will give ^n en
KiTKn S tates L ano O ffice .
Died—on Parrott Mountain of ceiebro
tertainment and ice cream festival
The citizens of Oregon now have
1 Oregon city. Or.. March 29, 1888.|
Last Sunday several of ‘‘the boys'' of spinal meningitis, April 2-f, 1884, Ellie,
The following name was presented; May 16.
Following is the pro
Ice is hereby given that in cmnpU- North Yamhill came to this city in a beloved daughter or J. M. »nu f. V. Wyatt Harns of Dayton.
to breed for speed, size
The eye» arc always in sympathy with '
kith tl)c provisions of the act of Con- hack. While here they filled themselves Holston. Aged about fourteen years.
qualities for a very low
Inf June .3. 1878, entitled “Ap get for with some "Oh be joyful'' and when
the body, and afford an excellent Index
Opening song by the Society,
lie of timber lands in the states of they started for home they were prfettv Fflie was a bright and promising giil— 8, Ford 5, Blank 2. Fellows 1, Talmage
price. Address JOEL MARTIN.
(ar advanced in her studies, beyond her 3, Gates 1, Hobson 1, Smith 3, Apper-
None so gay as we.
irnia, Oregon, Nevada and Washing-
Apr20-lin McMinnville, Oregon.
Weak, and the lids inflamed and sore, it
Rrritory.’’Joseph N Hartley of East jolly. Near the school house, the hack yeais. Sweet is her dreamless, sleep son 1, Rogers 1, Hubbard 1. llarria de
History of the Society.
is an evideueo that tho system has TIM II Kit I.A Nl». ACT JI NK 3, 1878.----
bliil. county of Multnomah, state of overturned and hint one of the number, but sorrowing hearls lemain to mourn.
Recitation—Stitch in time saves become disordered by Scrofula, for
In. has this day tiled in this office his C. Detnpsy quite severely. Nothing
NOTICE I OII I'l lll.ICATION.
Died—at Newocrg, Ap il 27 Mrs.
|s[Step]cnt No 2<«>. for the purchase serious only bruised considerably.
which Ayer’s Sarsaparilla Is tho best
The following names Wirre placed be- nine.
I 8 of N I' 1-1 ami N ' , of 8 E 1 I of
U nited S tates L and O ffice ,
Col. John P. Irish will speak qt Mc
Oregon City, Or.. March 29, 1888. (
V T 2S, I! 8 \V, ami will offer prom to
Grant me the pleasure of chronicling
Notice is hereby given that in compli
Closing song—Jolly girls are we.
that the land sought is more vahi- Minnville on the 29th of this month, at a lucky runaway. Vint Smith got out
Scrofula, which produced a painful in
^>r its timla-r or stone than for agriyul- Garrison’s opera house at 8 o’clock p. of his wagon to open a g»te and left two ; of Lafayette.
in my eyes, cauHcii me much mice with the provisions of tlie act of Coir-*
Ice cream will then be served. flammation
of June 3, 1878, entitled **An act for
1st ballot—Caldwell 39, Gates 68,
inirpose-i. and to establish Ids claim m. Mr. Irish will speak at the mass little children wlioxre living with him
differing for a number of years. Itv the
il land before the Register and Kc- meeliong in Lalayette th« same <|ay at 1
i Du,in 1, Hubbard 1, Fellows 1,-Chris- Everybody invited.
Mv ice of a physician I commenced taking the sale of timber lands in the states of
I of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, p in., either in Littlefield's ha|| or In the
Ayer's Sarsaparilla. After using this California, Oregon, Nevada and Washing
stiapped the horses with the lilies whi<-h j man 1. Gates FOR
The ball game at Gervais between medicine a short time I wus completely ton Territory." John Q. Hartley of East
(day. the 2!ill| day ofUnne, A. D. 1888.
Portland, county of Multr.omnh, state of
Jianies as witnesses : John O Ilart- courthouse. Everyone turn out and they resented by taking hasty leave for
The following names were placed be the Wheatland club and the Wer-
Oregon, bus this day filed in this office his
rlininas Hartley. Walp’r Smith and hear this gifted speaker. He is a man solitude. As tliev passed him lie suc
sUitement No, iW, for the purchase
Edwards, all ui East Portland, Orc- that should lie b.er,r<| hy everybody.
ceeded in seizing the halte:- of one horse !■', Henderson of Amity, York of North
I 1 victory for the Wheatland
club of tion, awl T ain as well and strong as ever. of the N W 1-1 of sec. 15, T 2 S, It 8 W, nnd
NEhiTl CC A
offer proof to show that the land sought is
Hubbard of Lafayette.
— Mru'. William Gage, Concord^ N. U.
F and all persons claiming adversely
crashing through a picket fein-o and into | Yamhill,
ispe-described lands are reqiicstml to
1st ballot—Ladd 1, Henderson 27. 16 to 15.
For a number of years I was troubled more valuable for its timber or stone than
a ploughed field where locomotion was Hubbard
leir claims in this office on or before
20, Mulky 2, (isles 1, Hart
with a humor in my eyes, and was unable for agricultural purposes, nnd to establisn
Mr. Andy Rhoads has a very fin c boy. moie laborious than swift. Here they
pith day of June, 1888
i:n < ItT OF THECONDITION
to obtain any relief until I commenced his claim to saki land before the Register
turned twice around, and for a wonder
W. T. B vrxky ,
using Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. This medi and Receiver of thia office at Oregon City,
2d ballot—York 82, Henderson 11,
first and a Democrat, but too latj for did not upset the wagon, and headed
cine nas effected a complete cure, and I Oregon, on Friday, the 29th day of June-
9, Ladd 2, blank 1, Little 1.
the coining election.
beliove it to be tlio best of blood puri A 1> 18.48
for the gap which they made when he Hubbard
}ER I*AW1>. ACT JUNK 3. ISYS.».
Minn ville, in the Blate of Oregon, nt
lie mimes ns witnesses: Joseph N. Hart
fiers.—C. E. Upton, Nushua, N. II.
Steamer A. 15. Field* arrived a short caught an<l stopped them. No damages elected.
N otk k FOR PUBLIC ATION.
From childhood, and until with a few
time ago with tneribandise fertile N. B. ’ further than some palpitating heart.
olm IMwurds, ull oi East Portland. Or»-*
months, I have been afflicted with Weak gon
kited .S tajem L and O ffice .
jOregon City, ()rt Man li 29, 188S. |
and all persons claiming adversely
complaints, with beneficial results,' the Any
»sspended anil J C Cooper of McMinn (’ S Bonds to secure circul/ition
Ice is hereby £iven that in uonipli- Now spring has oppenetl we will prob ing of dropsy.
nlMive-described lands are reqiicsle<(
I Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, and consider it a
Due from approved reserve agents
kith the provisions of the act of Con- » ably have less difficulty in getting goons
Craps are locking well all over these ville was unanimously elected.
tile their chiiiii* In this office on or lafore
great blood purifier.— Mrs. U. Phillips, to
pf June 3, 1878. entitled “An act for in here than «e have had heretolore.
FOR SCHOOL St PKRIXTEXDEXT.
i parts, I think that much of the grain
I Due from other National Banks
s lid 29th day of June, 1888
lie of timber lands in the states of
The following names were placed be I Current expenses and taxes paid
W T B urkey ,
which was supposed to be winter-killed
jrnia. Oregon. Nevada ami Washing-1 fishing season. The cannery yompany and »1« lherelore plowed np and is- fore the convention : WJ Crawford of Premiums paid
I suffered for a year with inflamma
Bills of other Banks
territory,’’ Tltomas Hartley of East ■
[nd. county of Multnomah, state of; is getting a new outfit of boats, nets fown wbuld have made a fair yield if McMinnville, I. If Baker of Dayton, M Fractional paper currency, nickels
P Parker of North Yamhill, J Bticannan,
he has this <lay filed in this offl<x* his and fixtures. There will probably lie ldft unmolested.
causing great pain. After trying inanv
I statement No* 2tfl. for the purchase! more fishing done this seasun than there
other remedies, to no purpose, I was final
1 never before knew whence was <le- of Ainitv. M L Edintyids of North Yam Specie . ..
I 1 j and N E *4 or S W and S 1, of was last.
ly induced to use Ayer's Sarsaparilla.
: rived the name of the plant whose bloss lull.
[ "f see. 10, T 2 S. Rs W, and will offer
1st ballot—Crawford 28, Baker
The Krebs Brothers have their bee oms are used to flavor light bread and Buccannan 12, I’arkar 3, Edmunds P.3.
[to show that the land sought is more
No for its timber or stonQ than for hive factory completed an<> are now I beer. They hop ini# existence and hop Bl ink 2. No election.
three bottle» of thia medicine I have been
T otal . .
pltliral purposes, tiixl to establish his turning out Siinplicty hives pretty fast. lip a high pole with more agility than
entirely cured. My Right lia« been re
2d ballot—Crawford 17. Baker 81, Bu-
Ito said land before the Register and They have not as yet been able to fill any other spet iman of tlie eatable king-
stored, nnd there 1 h no aign of Inflamma
[er of this office at Oregon City, Orr oroers as fait as they come in ; notwith I Join I know of. Well there are lots of cannan 3. Baker declared elected,
tion, »ore, or ulcer In my c ^ b . — Kendal
in Friday, the 29th day of June, A, D.
in these ....
up - hop-
$ 5< niio 00 T. Bowen, Sugar Tree Ridge, Ohio.
Capital stock pai<i in........
standing they have Iwen running day ' liopyards
poles. There will be employment
daughter, tep jrar» old, wu afflict
names as witnesses; Joseph N. Hart- and night, employing two setsof hands. many nimble lingers when they •re eti*l>eniled and E B Fellews was deeiar- Individual ue|H>sits subject toeheck 52111 23 ed My
with Scrofulomi bore Eye». During
Nin G Hartley. Walter Smith and They make several hundred |>er month.
il.-mand certificates of deposit
30000 the la*t two year» »lie never «aw light of
e[i unanimously elected.
Edwards, all of East I’^riland, Ore-
kind. Physician» of the highest
standing exerted their skill, but with no
[ and all persons claiming adversely her home in Wooris. She has made an
Defeated candidates as well af? Each precinct sent in the name of the
permanent success. On the recommen
r'Ve-descrihtsl lamjs are reqiK’^cd to extended Visit among friend.' and rbla- all others would do well to call on ntan who had lieen elected to tie ene of S tate or O regon ,Cm sty or Y amhill , as: dation of a friend I purchased a lmttleof
the county central committee.The follow
k’ir claims in this oflice on or before tiver in Yamhill county.
ing are ths names of the committee : If
pth day of June, 1- sks
The new steam saw mill at C'armar- C. A. Wallace <t Son for a supply
com;nen< e<l taking. Before she had used
C VX DY AND
W. T. B vrxey ,
the third bottle her sight was restored.
thenport is expected to commence mak* of groceries and provisions before Hurley of Lafayette,Sappington ef North named Bank, <|o solemnly swear that the
into lumber in a short time.
starting on their journey up Salt Carltoh, G F Tucker of North McMinn
land, Evangelist, Shelby City, Ky. tf
Weddings are said to be scarce tn this creek. They sell below competition. ville, J J Henderson ef Beliavua, Allen knowledge and lielief
lark B ralt , Caslncr
N. II. I’*rohlichstein, of Mobile. Ala.. country, Imt we are glad to report one
d and sworn to before me thl*
Ten chests of tea received Mon Willamina, N Heater of East Chehaletn, 9th Siibji-rilM
I take great |dcasur*‘ in reccom- occasionally. There was one .at Little
day of May,1488
Prepared by Dr. .J.
Ayer A Co., Lowell, M ms .
day at C. A. Wallaeeit Son direct Williamson of Wheatland. A Nelson of
fiiff Dr. King’s New Discovery for Nes.ticca not long since.
c W. T O.MAGR.
Sold by all Drugglau. Prias *1; six boulea,
i’astnri.'i is r<s<'<«mim,n<lr<l l>v
Imption, having used it for a severe
Notary Public f >r Oregon
Our bees bare been doing splendidly
Ì< hihlrvn teething
Jt i4» n pureÌy veg<É
i West Cliehalem, W H Boyd of 8outh
[of Bronchitis and Catarrh. It gave during the last honeymoon, The pros- from China. Go try it.
»ibi • preparation, it.-* ingrcilient.’« nre
ptant relief and entirely cured me pen's are this will be a good •eaeon for
Some wise ones would try to McMinnville.
' h-heil iinnind e.u li I m > u |.
It 1.1 pl«a«a«4
(tn motion the convention adjourned
Lave not been afflicted since. I alao
have us believe that the county At a meeting of the < entr*l committee
I state that I have tried other rcine- honey.
A J ArriBsox.r Directors.
i lieve* conxlipHtion regulate* the bow^la,
seat question was not settled, never alter adjournment II Hurley was elected
hrbnogood results. Have also used
Win. C amfrrll I
I uiiietN pain, cure* «liari lne i hik ! wind ooli«,
p' Bitters and Dr. KingNew Life
If you want to ride behind a good theless it is a settled fact that C. chairman and G F Tucker secretary.
' ilhiVM (evt ii«lin»-*, deMmy* worm«, awd
P*‘th of which I can rec<flnn»en<l. Dr. traveler, get S. A Manning to take
i prevent* eonviihion*. soothe* CbechiM •i»4
A. Wallace & Son are selling more
New Discovery for Consumptibn,
¿i\e* it refe*hiug and natural pieep. Ci»»-
k* an<i ('«»Id«, is sold on a poaative you out behind hie big sorrel This goods for the money than any house Children Cry for
| toria i* ih»* ehildren’- panaeea—the moML-
ptev Trial I m »tile* free at Roger1- A old nag takes dust from, no one.
Children Cry for I
I era* iri«,nd, 3>> <!u»r*t -35 Cents.
Nobody Hurt— FrisRiuentH .r Free Trade
wet. Not Picked Up all Over tlie City. ,
loots and Shoes have taken a Tumble
All through our store with the choicest
selected stock of Drugs, Medicines, Perfumery,
Toilet Articles, etc., that has ever been seen
Our goods* are not bought at random but
with special view to wants of the people of
this city and vicinity, and we G
to be as low as any store in thS
ROGERS & TODD,
MS: J3J, mid
in the county.