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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 22, 1889)
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER. office.
1.00 per year at this
A GRAND FRAUD.
Letter writing is one of the pleasantest But Still Operations are Carried On.---It
James W. Hutchcroft to Wm. G«ld-
Gen Long has gone to Spokane Falls.
Fools the Country People.
X Xtra strong horehound candy fresh,
hard, 1 acre in t 3 s, r 4 w; con $700.
things in the world, it is simply delight
Friday, March 22, 1889.
at C. Grissen’s.
State of Oregon to Henry Simins, the
ful to let the |>en talk freely and unpre-
Some time ago a business man in tbis
No New Statements, But th? Sarne to town.
n w « of n e « of section 27, t 4 s, r 6 w,
Harrison’s best reais are on exhibition
THE MARKET REPORT.
40 acres ; con $80.
Tenement houses seem to be in de
at the court house.
to be understood—but essay writing is was handed to us for publication. In
State of Oregon to F. P. Humpke, n
mand just now.
This market report is corrected Thurs
Hurrah for Kingery, the furniture man
of s e «, section 15, t 2 s, r 3 w; con
just simply agony. An essay is gener the pajiers you see notices of people who
day noon of each week by A. .1. Apperson of the Yamhill court house.
Leslie Laughlin was in town one eve
ally tedious, alike to writer and reader, bite at such circulars and get left of $100.
ning last week.
Wm. Ball and wife to Wm. Dick, lota
The average age of farmers is 65, of
for most part spun out of meaningless course :
It Looks as if He and Mrs. McPherson
Wheat........... ft cental $ 1 35 to
2 and 3 in block 69, in Lafayette; con
1 37« printers 35. There is a moral in this.
Mrs. R. P. Bird and son, Guy, have
Oats. ............... ft bushel 32« to
Understood Each Other.
been visiting in Portland.
ton 20 00 to 2 31
Go to G. S. Wright, dentist, Braly
Chas. W. Holman et ux to Emanuel
D ear S ir :—In o]>ening this corres-
and purloined sentences, so far not de-
Potatoes. ............... ft sack 30 to
Dr. Watts of Lafayette, sends to this
50 .block, McMinnville, for first-class work.
The Masonic lodge held a regnlar
pondence with you, I trust that if the i Northrup et ux. lot 4 of block N of Co-
m ’ minxville market .
meeting last Friday evening.
business I now propose to you in good zine's third additiou to McMinnville;
In another column you will notice the , paper his same old denial which we again
the misery of having to compose a set, faith, does not suit you, that you will on con $800.
Chickens.......... V dozen $ 3 50 to $ 4 50 school
- publish to please the old gentleman.
Ducks ............. y dozen 4 50 to 5 50
the honor of a man, not reveal it to a
Lydia E. ____ to
Dalles to seek employment.
It is as follows:
Geese............... j) dozen 8 00 to 9 00 bids.
ated essay, one that must have a begin soul. There is- bigger money in this bus Flett, 30 acres Flett
in t 2 s, r 3 w; con $60.
Mrs. 8. A. Moiton, from Michigan, is
iness than in any other in the world, and
James Crawford and wife to Ilans
(Clear sides ft pd
night. He is engaged in riding the Ma ranged, and portioned off as a sermon all that is necessary to make a success of Miller, 160 acres in t 3 s, r 3 w; con
visiting her brother A. J. Peckham, of f T he T elephone -R egister —S irs :
Bacon ¿Shoulders J pd..
it is principally to keep a close mouth $4000.
I Hams............... 10 to
week, as a matter of justice I think you
be written at the precise point of time
N. M. Snodgross and wife to A. M.
Tj>rd JIn 10 P<1 Pa»ls
There does not seem to be many as (once a week or every two weeks, as the and follow instructions, and you can rely
Mr. Collins, compositor in the Reporter should publish the following, also send
Eari1 jin 5 gallon tins .
pirants for the office of postmaster here case may be) given by the professor on it, that the profits of a few months Bray, block 2 in Deskin’s addition to
office^was taken with a fit Tuesday while ’ to me a copy of your next paper:
Eggs, weak, .3) dozen
will astonish you and prove that what I Newberg, and part of D. L. C. of John
at work at his case.
There were many applicants for clerk- Mr. Redding says lie will take it.
as though one’s thoughts bubbled up to say is true. As there is no necessity for H.
Butter, dull, fresh t) roll 50
Hess; con $1200.
Brine................. pound. 12 to
Cato Sullivan, of Tillamook, is visiting the well-head, at regnlar intervals to be beating about the bush, I will come to
A. Yocum shipped from this place . ship of committees during the last session
H. Hurley and M. F. Hurley to W. C.
Dried apples, dull, ft pd.
relatives and friends here. It looks as bottled off for future use. Thought (?) the point at once. I now have on hand Kruger, pa-.t of lot 2 in block 7 of Hur
Monday, a fine band of stall fed cattle to i of the legislature.
Dried plums, dull, jt pd.
Among the many was Mrs. Anna Un though clams and salmon agreed with What has thought to do with it? It a large amount of U. S. treaenry hills and ley
the Portland markets.
& Large’s addition to Newberg; con
Dried prunes, dull, fl pd.
6 to •
murders thought, wastes time, spoils pa also National hank bill», and 1 will sell $80.
Drledpeaches.duH, ft pd
Use Wright’s Arabian Condition Pow ' from Yamhill county that I heard of.
Wm. Summers to John C. Hiatt, 4
We hear that G. E. Lewis has rented It would be pleasanter to be a kitten and them at such a low price that you can at
In answer to her letter was in person,
advancing. 11, 12 and 13 ders if you take pride in seeing your
in and advancing
Mr. Ungerman’s bouse as soon as va cry "mew,” than write one of these once see the immense profits to be acres in t 3 s, r 2 and 3 w, and lots 2 and
pounds for $1 00; pickles, in 5 gallon kegs, stock look well. Sold by Rogers <S Todd. she never had a promise of a clerkship cant.
George, we have not received any same periodical essays. Surely in this made, and understand that I would not 3 of section 6, in t 3 s, r 2 w, 105.34
11 25; coffees range from 25 to 35 cent J
8. F. Harding has been suffering for from me nor tlie committee farther than
have wrote to you if I had not heard acres, and the s e of s w « of section
pound; coal oil. very firm, V' $2,75 V cas e; some time with a severe attack of neural . a conditional promise. That the com- invitation yet.
age of invention something can be done that you are a reliable man and that you 31,
in t 2 s, r 2 w, 40 acres; con $1200.
salt of all kinds advanced $2 00 per ton, gia and erysipelas. He is slowly improv . mitti'C should order a check and endorse
to obviate the necessity of so tasking could be trusted, and I hope that my in
State of Oregon to Martha Wilson,
and is very firm
her a plication. That she had, and that stumps on his ranch. When several and worrying the poor school girl. Why formation in regard to you is correct , as lots
and 3 of section 5, in t 3 s, r 2 w;
is all she ever had. And that is what blasts go off simultaniously the jar can could not a sort of hand organ be con you are just the man I want for the bus con 2 $69.80.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Mrs. Ben Antrum was taken with a • Sec. McBride referrs to in his letter to be felt in town.
structed, on the plan of those carried by iness. All correspondence will lie held
Edgar C. Tarrant and wife to John
stroke of paralysis Monday as she was
the old Italian, to write essays. Oh!
Martin & Sanders take the lead in bug entering the door of the Hopewell church 1 you or others published last week. I sup
Mr Mitchell had a colt intown the the unspeakable relief to just grind and in sacred confidence, and if you wish to Smith and wife, 160 acres in t 3 s, r 2 w;
pose when he says, I have to say that
gies this year.
the said appointment being conditional, other day, 3-yeara-old next June, that lo! a i>erfect and beautiful essay appear“. will send you full particulars. Please
John Smith and wife to Edgar C. Tar
weighed 1540 pounds. Pretty good for a Or suppose there was an essay steam en
The “Jersey Lily” is now Mrs. Geb
Clyde and Bevie Apperson and sister
my letters and I will return rant and wife, 13.54 acres; con $3000.
Yamhill colt, eh?
hardt. She is now happy.
gine. Steam does everything nowadays. return
are suffering with a severe attack of tho were subsequently withdrawn by the
yours. I remain yours in truth and
Jesse and Mary Hobson and Samuel
Seattle real estate transactions amount prevailing epizootic. It is fashionable to
G. B. S mall ,
and Mary Ann Hobson to R. T. Inglis,
have a cold now.
to about $500,000 per week.
25 Cottage Place, New York.
lot 16 of block D in Hobson’s addition to
This was true, it was conditional, as are seeking a healthy location cannot do sure Edison would set about and achieve
The signature was not written at the Newberg; con $50.
If you want to be disgusted, look at the
the following will show:
this most glorious of undertakings. The
better than to come to Lafayette.
R. Smith and Lydia E. Smith to L.
furniture in the Yamhill court house.
S alem , Or., Jan. 21st, 1889.
steam engine would be nowhere, for that bottom of the letter, but written on a C. J. Washbnrn,
A Total of 141) Answers Received, Only
50 acres in t 3 s, r 2 w;
There was quite a demand for your only spares manual labor, this would re
Select your buggy or carriage at Mar
papers last Friday. You could have lieve mental drudgery. Such a machine
tin & Sanders’ before they are all picked
Chas. IL Bodie et ux to Sarah Bodie,
The puzzle put before the people last coming up, shall this committee employ struck a bonanza if yon had sent a news would not groan in spirit at the dire ne closed. If our Yamhill people want to
in t 3 s, r 4 w; con $500.
boy down here to sell extra copies.
cessity of having to think out one of the make a fortune all they will have to do 9 acres
week was extremely simple but of the a clerk. After suggestions and informa
Chas. N. Saylor to Magness E. Pike,
A tine line of millinery will be display
tion and due consideration, it is the opin
ed to the public by Campbell & Fuller, I4:> answers received only .10 agree with ion of all the members of said committee W. M. Townsend, an old citizen of this for us poor mortals. It is w’e, who, hav they want. They can have them for block 9 in Saylor’s addition to McMinn
ville ; con $325.
the correct solution. The persons en that said committee does not need any place, has been elected mayor of Lake ing in due form spread out the pajier be
United States to Henry P. Webster,
for tne present.
fore us in all its purity and having about 25 per cent of the amount re homeBtead
view. Yamliillers always get there.
XV. T. Booth has torn down his old titled to a years subscription on the T el clerk [Signed]
entry s «ot sw«, section
J. W. W atts ,
achieved the herculean task of writing ceived, in cash.
shop and has begun the erection of the ephone -R egister are the following:
in 12 s, r 5 w; patent.
D onald M ackey ,
“Silent Influence,” “Necessity of Educa
Johd 8. Evenden, J H Cook,
to W. L. Clevenger,
C. A. C ogswell .
who will attend the Presbytery tion," “Procrastination,” “Spring,” or
F. C. Woods,
3 acres in t 5 s. r 6 w; con $550.
Teeth extracted without pain by the J. R. Hutchison,
The suggestions and informations above ters
W. L. Clevenger to Rufus and John
application of local anesthetics. G. S. Lynda W. Jones, Mrs. Lavenia Cane, referred to come from two members of which meets next month. We must all and must say something. Oh! that
try to be as good as we can at that time.
Pansy R. Wright,
R. Ivie, 3 acres in t5 s, r 6 w; con $550.
Who is to be the next postmaster?
Mrs. 8. C. Ford,
Mrs. Nellie llagord, years before. Mrs. Anna Unger and all
A. K. Olds et ux to V. M. Olds et al,
Mr. Glass of the Reporter has been
bricks to be made without straw!
New buildings going up all the time. 178.89 acres in t 5 s, r 5 w; con $5.
Don’t forget the opening to-morrow. V. P. Fiske,
Mattie E. Martin, “ other applicants were notified ot the canvassing the town in the interest of Those
Third street at the millinery store of Frank Wright,
John Atkinson et ux to George J.
Lots of newcomers arriving at this
above order, that the committee would his mammoth editon which he expects words! Words that must mean some
Campbell & Fuller.
A. B. Hibbard,
A. I.. Talmage,
Christenson, 117 acres in t 2 and 3 b , r 3
not employ any clerk for the present. It to issue soon. Mr. Glass would be a thing, or at least seem to say something, place.
It. L. Holman,
w; con $2500.
The opening of the Delmonico restaur C. II. Fleming,
was agreed by the committee that should very good man if ho was only a democrat. and linked together so as to form one
Newberg has voted to have a $3000
Wm. II. Buffum et al to Leo H. Bak
ant Friday night was well attended and G. W. Connor,
the business of the committee require it
We are to be visited next month by smooth, polished surface, and no two schoolhouse.
W. T. Baxter,
er, 182.51 acres in t 5 s, r 3 w ; con $400.
the Bupper served was delicious.
they would change the order and em the governor, secretary of state, ot al. thoughts on the same subject will come.
A. M. Dee,
Miss N. E. Deskin to W. C. Kruger,
E. C. Tarrant is bothered with several
ploy a clerk at any time. Mrs. Anna Just think of it Mr. Editor, and while What were the labors of Hercules to
R. P. Ungerman moved his family to C. N. Graves,
lot 1 in block 9, Deskin’s addition to
Unger was told of all this in a few min thinking of it please send us a clean pa such a task? Just imagine the unfor of Job’s pets.
this city Thursdav. He will occupy’ the C. N. Martin.
W. I!. Turner,
; con $60.
utes by the members of this committee per collar if you happen to have one tunate individual doomed to write a
Miss Anice Brown commences school
Hamnett house near the railroad.
John J. Henderson to Chas. Allen et
or at least by the chairman and I think handy.
prize essay, located in the seat of torture, to-day at Middleton.
al, part of block 3, in Rowland's addi
Some of the persons who answered all were present. She requested of them
The Wizard Oil company’s concerts
Dr. Watts said in his speech that he in the right hand lie holds a pen, which
J. M. Holston, of Portland, was at this tion to McMinnville; con $3000.
have pleased the people of this city and sent in two solution: i, some three, we to let her know at Lafayette, should they had demanded a retraction from the ever and anon is dipped into the ink as
Susan Hindle to Sarah Ellen Nicker
we can recommend them as a troup well have thrown them out , also all who did change the order; and it was agreed to T elephone -R egister and that you dare though to hook up ideas; in the left a place a few days ago.
son, 320 acres in t 5 s, r 7 w; con love
as the following will show :
not write their names and addressee up
S alem , Or., Jan. 30th, 1889.
retract, but do not think that it gave the eyes are fixed with an air of disconsolate mit station to Newberg.
Opening of spring millinery at Mrs. A. on tho ansA’crs.
D. J. Olds et ux to J. T. Williamson,
Burt’s on Friday and Saturday, March
Ed Robinson and wife and F. S. Cottle 40 acres in t 3 a, r 3 w; con nothing.
At the first meeting of the committee did not think much about the charges precious words of many syllables, that
The correct solution of the puzzle is:
22d and 23d, opposite Grange store.
Chas. L. Flint to J. F. F. Brewster,
on corporations during this session of the preferred against the ex-senator until he till whole lines at once, as incomprehen went to Portland Friday.
242 acres in 15 s, r 5 w; con $200.
Last night a six-day-go-as-you-please
legislature, it was ordered that no clerk made a public denial of them, when they sibility, possibility, inconvenient, etc.,
My items of two or three weeks ago
Will Johnson to Rebecca Johnson. 1
race began in Portland. It is a hippo
for said committee was necessary, and began to investigate and the investiga as if perchance this would give rise to a have not appeared in your paper.
acre in city of McMinnville ; con $1.
drome and the people will be fooled.
that none be employed or engaged for tion has not been to the doctor’s benefit. thought. When ijucli a one does arise
Thos. Gorman to Mary E. and J. W.
Rev. Aaron Bray and family of Smock’s
the present. You as an applicant from In our opinion he would have done much seize it quickly and dexterously, but at
A large assortment of the latest styles
Gorman, block 2 in Chandler’s addition
have moved to this place.
Yamhill county was notified in a few better to have ignored the whole matter the same time with such prudence in in- station,
of hats, bonnets, shades and trimmings,
to McMinnville; $500.
minutes of the order of said committee. and it would have soon died out.
termingling the long words as not to
Y'esterday was Paddy's day, but there
at Mrs. A Burt’s opposite Grange store.
Ixjrenzo Root et ux to James M.
Also yon was informed at the same time
huddle up or contract into one Bhort was very little stir. 1' guess it was too
Stultz, 3! 4.10 acres in t 3 s, r 3 w ; con
Opening of spring millinery’ at Mrs. A.
that it the Baid committee should at any
sentence«that which if used judiciously rainy.
Burt’s on Friday and Saturday, March
time conclude to have a cler!., that you
may lie lengthened so as to spread freely
Mary E. Moore et ux to Lindley Paik-
Miss May Cottle will teach the spring
22d and 23d, opposite Grange store.
should be notified, so as to re., -w your
4 1 i
and smoothly over a whole page. I
er, .0188 of an acre in t 3 s, r 2 w; con $1.
The meeting at McCabe chapel, held
Samuel Hobson et ux to Lindley Park
said committee. The session is near half
by Mr. and Mrs Round, closed last Sab
John Williamson vs Eliza Williamson ; every poor girl whose pitiless teacher 1
er, 213 acres in t 3 s, r 2 w ; con $50.
bath, with nine accessions to the church.
3 3 3
4 1 4
James Fletcher and wife to John Nar-
order for a clerk as yet at any time, and divorce.
close by asking our teacher to abolish ternoon
and the doctor had considerable ver, 143« acres in t 4 a, r 4 w; con
A K Wright vs J Delap ; equity.
R. Jacobson, of Sheridan, has rented
judging from the business now before
Charles Greening vs Riley Smith ; ap
the vacant room in the Braly block and
them they will make no order for a clerk peal.
February 22, 1889.
E. C. Williams to Rosa E. Buffum, 1
will put in a stock of gents furnishings.
Mrs. Vannie Martin, Miss Emma Phil
during the session.
N ellie M. G ardner .
J. W. W atts ,
and Miss Lillie C. Smith are teach acre in t 5 s, r 4 wr con $50.
I i bis essay is the one which the teachers lips
Last week one of our prominent busi John Pender, one of the prominent
R. Stott et al to Will H. Thence 300
D onald M ackay ,
th. public school consider the best of tlie 1 ing in Newberg district.
ness men was assaulted by an enraged horsemen of the coast, who has been in
State vs J C Coulter; bond to keep of
acres in t 2s, r 3 w ; con $8500.
C-. A. C ogswell .
several which were written for the prize
crank of a woman. She should have Salem a few days looking over the
8. C. Foster et ux to Rena H. Foster,
Miss Gardner has not yet called for her en- <
I made a copy of this and [kept the
been locked up.
State vs J A Odell ; larceny.
which was offered by the T ele - term of school at the Chehalem moun lot 6 in block 8 in'Fuulconer’s addition to
ground and the prospects, yesterday se original] and mailed it. to Mrs. Anna Un Jane McGrew vs James McGrew ; di graving
Colin Allison of Amity, a native of
ger at Lafayettee, Oregon, her home. At
say it is here in the office Call and get
8. C. Foster et ux to Fanny E. Foster,
Canada, declared his intention of becom cured a nice twenty-acre tract of land, a the last meeting of said committee the vorce.
Lewis Jones has sold his interest in
J W Ingles vs Jesse Yocum et al ; fore
ing an American citizen before the coun part of tho Steele place, about a mile following was done:
the meat market to J. M. Hanson, and lot 7 in block 8 in Faulconer's addition
stati : taxes .
ty clerk Wednesday.
east of the penitentiary. Mr. Pender has
S alem , Or., Feb. 19th, 1889.
has moved on the Case place, formerly to Sheridan; con $50.
Thomas M Shadden vs Malinda Paris
Neil Johnson to Rebecca Johnson,
the Tolson place.
“White Borax" soap for all kinds of now nine first-class horses, among them Secretary
A Table Showing the Counties that Have
land in McMinnville; con $1.
Silt:—At the first meeting of the com
washing is unexcelled, it saves time and “Combination” and “Director,” well
H. Hurley et al to C. E. Jones, lot 8 in
labor, and keeps the skin smooth. For known breeding animals, which he will mittee on corporations during this ses administrator; foreclosure.
colt last Saturday and had one of his block 12, Newberg; con $1.
From the Salem Statesman we take the legs broken just above the knee
stand for service here during the season. sion of the legislature in was ordered—
sale at C. Grissen’s.
Thomas B. Jones to W. F. Jones, « ot
He has put in the winter at City View that—no clerk be employed for the pre tion for money.
following table of taxes. You will notice doing as well as could lie expected at 45.69 acres of Luke McKern’s D. L. C;
For Sale.—Patridge Cochin and Buff park
sent by said eommitte. They have not
Cochin eggs, pure stock for sale at Chas. in a week or ten days. Mr. Pender is a changed tliat order as vet. Said com
P rohibitionist .
Jesse Edwards et ux to Leon B. Ruck
Grissen’s or Mrs. B. F. Saylor’s, $3.00 great lover of good stock, and will lie mittee have ordered no clerk. They have divorce.
A number of the counties of the state
James F Bewley vs Wm Chapman;
man, lotB 3 and 4 of block 24 in Ed
per setting of 13 eggs.
have been very slow in paying in their
welcomed as a permanent resident of had no clerk no one has acted as clerk suit in equity.
ward’s addition to Newberg; con $70.
For neat, nobby, well fitting suits, and Salem.— Salem Statesman.
E. P. Wallace et ux to Minnie M. Buf
latest spring styles in men’s and boy’s
Mr. Pender came to this city some time
seen that only seven counties have paid
fum, land in Amity; con $40.
D onald M ackay ,
clothing, A. J. Apperson takes the ago and made arrangements with the as
J Boemer & Son vs A T Hayworth ; ac in full. Some of those credited below as town.
Union Lodge No. 43 to A. J. Smith,
C. A. C ogswell ,
cake . (Well he does!)
sociation to train his horses on this track.
lot in Masonic cemetery; con $10.
Senate Committee on Corporations. tion for money.
L C Washburn vs J W Graham et al ;
Mrs. Chas. E. Ladd of Portland, is the
Milton W. Gumm to Albert M. Hos
Go to Apperson’s «nd take a look at
Thus I have given you the statements
fixed up generally for bis horses,
taxes of other years, and this credit only guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Howe.
those new styles of spring hats, in straw things
kins, lot 6 in block 27 in Newlterg; con
of this committee at their first meeting action to loreclose a lien.
and felt which they are selling like hot at Salem the coming season. He did not and near the middle of the session, and
Our P. M. Smith, has been quite sick
paying in lull, nine other counties have
A. M. Hoskins to Jesse Edwards, lot 6
cakes. They are crushers.
past week but able to be on duty
let the fact he known here until the at their last meeting. I have the origi
Frank Gildner vs J J Smith; action paid part and four of these, Lane, Linn, the
in block 24, also lots 4 and 5 of block 17
Mrs. J. E. Magers left Wednesday Statesman furnished the news in the
in Edward’s addition to Newberg; con
don’t rend vou copies of all tlie original
morning for an extended visit at Port above. Salem can have him.
Our sick folks are all about
well and $100.
McGrew & Walker vs Milton Lee; ac of the military and university funds in
documents I have either, about the lies
land, Oregon City and Seattle. She will
Jesse Edwards et ux to Albert M.
A GKAN1» OPENING
and slanders and libelous publications
friend, Mrs. Stoll.
be gone for three or four weeks.
Emma Emmett vs D E Emmett ; di them on the general expense fund.
of block 17 of Edward’s ad
that you have published concerning my
Of Carefully Selected and Stylish Stock
to Newberg; con $90.
Manning & Ungernian will keep a full
self, and this is no “crusade” against your
and complete stock of farming impii-
paper either and you know what this
A Chinea* Artlnt.
state assessment for 1888, and a portion to hold 35 head of horses. Asa Koley is
Sax et al ; action for money.
ments. They will be the agents for
Saturday, at our pallors, we will hold “crusade” means and but few others do,
State vs Wilfred Unger; assault with a of them are among those owing the the mechanic.
Staver & Walker. Mr. Manning left for the opening of our new and carefully se and had your paper not contained what
Sunday, Sam Yick invited us to his
it did m the last I should not have dangerous weai>on.
and Mrs. Dad CollinR have return laundry to see some painting and decora
The following table shows the state tax ed Mr.
State vs James Nickerson and George
lected st.x-k of the latest styles of milli troubled you with tigs much.
Sanders Martin intend to do a large
o. each county for the general expense looking hale and hearty. They come to ting done by a Chinese artist. The work
business this season, Their business last nery. The goods were selected from
State vs Willard McKune; manslaugh fund for 1888, and the amount paid to stay. Welcome.
was fine and compares very favorably
year was large, owing to heavy advertis
the state treasurer up to the present
with the best of our American artists.
If you will not publish the above to re ter.
Hairy says he can stand off one or two The artist informed us that it we would
ing. Have you seen their large ad on the Francisco and New York houses, and
fourth page of this paper?
Willis; action for money.
Paid, dogs but when they come 15 and 20, 12 bring him a picture he would duplicate
ties of the year 1889. An exjierienced last week, then send it to the Reporter
nothing o’clock at mid-night some of them are it so that we could not tell which was the
U 8 Grant Marquam vs Wm Krueger; Baker..............
Chas. Woods arrived Friday from Al trimmer has been secured and we will for publication.
action for money.
$10,000 sure to get away with the contest. We original. He lias lieen visiting here for
bany with his stable of horses. He was guarantee satisfaction on al! work turned
We have nothing to say about the do
in fnll are sorry for you Harry.
II Clay Burch et al vs J L Howard; Clackamas ...
the past two weeks and has decorated
accompanied by Mr. E. LaForest of Al ont of our establishment. The ladies of
We heart! a lady say, “Why can’t I the interior of Sam’H place after the latest
bany who owns several of the horses this city and county are cordially invited ings of the committee or any resolutions action for money.
in full learn to talk jiolitics, chew tobacco and Chinese methods which are about 1000
Caroline Martin vs Charles Mart in ;
which Mr. Woods is training.
to inspect our stock, whether they buy signed by them vindicating Dr. Watts. divorce.
4,322 58 swear.” When asked why, “replied she years old.
The secretary of state in a letter last
Dr. Tucker and family left home last or not.
thought it would be more agreeable to
Geo W Sappington vs W A Howe;
M esiiames C ampbell & F i ller .
Tuesday for a visit to Brownsvillle. The
week said that the papers had been in his suit for damages.
nothing her husband and keep him at home of
doctor has closed his dental office with
in full evenings.
Edgar I’oppleton vs Yambill county; I »ouglas...........
office but were withdrawn, lie said they
the view of taking a long rusticating trip
Wo are rejoiced to state Mrs. N. K. When Baby was sick, we gave her CaMoria,
as soon as the weather is suitable.
The directors of School District No. 40
2,835 20 Sitton is getting well from her long Bick- When she was a Child, she cried tor Castoria.
Win Jamieson vs Yamhill county; re- Grant.
tional. Now Dr. J. W. Watts senator ! view.
Drs. Calbreath and Goucher, Judge
When she became Miss, she clung to CaMcria,
A E Stuart vs II P Stuart; divorce.
■j > what were those j
Loughary and those of this city who I building. Also plans and propositions from Yamhill county,
When she had Children. sli. gave tb.u, CMua
John Aspinwall vs Geo W Grayson el Klamath.........
were interested in Seattle property, have for building outhouses and fences. The papers spoken of by the secretary of
nothing Whether on pleasure bent or business,
Bold out and cleaned up about $5000 in right for rejecting any or all bids re state? We know that it was the appoint al; foreclosure.
Annie Gear vs Wesley Gear; divorce.
the transaction. They held the property served. Bids received at First National ment of Mrs. Anna Unger to the cle-ik-
13,363 51 should take on every trip a bottle of
bank to April 10th.
W C Mesner vs Charles Braithwait; Linn................
about tree months,
601 04 Syrup of Figs, as it acts most pleasantly
action for money.
W. m . G alloway ,
A flood Story,
Lakeview elected the following ticket |
in full and effectually on the kidneys, liver and
Lafayette Lodge No 3 vs Jesse Hob: on Marion............
C has . G kissex ,
. whether it was weighed down with con
Monday, March 11: Mayor W. M. Town
i Morrow ..
nothing bowels, preventing fevers, headaches
et al; action for money.
W m . M. C hrisman ,
good story is told on a
send, Councilmen W. T. Boyd, B. Daly, j
nothing and other forms of sickness. For sale in prominent citizen of Pendleton,
R L Stowe vs Benjamin Perry; fore Multnomah.
We have asked you a point blank closure.
John McElkinney, J. 8. Field. The1
50c and $1.00 liottles by’ all leading drug
An Ohl Horse.
I question and we expect an answer to it | J F Calbreath vs J C Michanx; fore- Tillamook.......
mayor is Judge Townsend formerly of
wife had lieen absent about a month and
418 85 gists.
this countv but now agent at the Lake
tlie gentleman had been boarding at a
S.iturday the oldest horse in this city ■ by next week, or forever hold your peace, j , closure.
view Land office.
hotel. The other evening he thought lie
passed away and is now jumping fences If you have anything new to tell the peo- i Bird & Gates vs Mary A Caves et al; Union..............
w ould walk by liis residence and see how
Granville Baker has surveyed his land in the horse heaven ; it was old Bill aged
nothing notice that the time has now expired for things were going, and was surprised to
J R Derby vs George Bryan and Wm Wallowa.........
adjoining this city.i The work was done 35 years, the projierty of the Saylor estate.
in full paying taxes without cost and that all see a light in the window. Entering he
by Surveyor Cooper and the property All the Imys of long ago. in this city re on the same stale old matter week by Galloway; action for money.
in full taxes now due the county are subject to found his wife domiciled therein. She
State vs Jack Cooper.
made just 15 blocks 200x200 feet. The member the old horse well.
You say, “This is no ‘crusade’ against
had been home for two or three days
James Newport vs George Fendall and
streets north and south are 50 feet wide,
a forced collection. Come in and settle and
Card of Thanks.
those east and west 60 feet wide.
with the sheriff and save costs and ex fact. lie had just discovered tho happy
this ‘crusade’ means and but few others
Mary E Gorman vs John W Gorman
We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward penses of levy and sale of property,
For the cure of colds, coughs, and all
I extend my heartfelt thanks to the
and Katie A Gorman ; partition.
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be therefore to save costs and trouble please
A I’ecullar Situation.
derangements of the respiratory organs, many friends who so kindly offered do.”
Yes, we know what this “crusade”
cured by taking Hall’s Catarrh Cure.
call at once and settle up your tax bill.
no other medicine is so reliable as Ayer’s their services during my late bereave means.
has a calf not yet a year
Listen and we will tell you. We j
F. J. CHENEY & CO.. Props, Toledo, O.
McMinnville, Feb. 5, 1889.
Cherrv Pectoral. It relieves the asthma ment.
M rs . E. C ap . lin .
addressed a letter to Mrs. W. A. Mcl’her- j James F Bewley vs T N Graves; man-
We, the undersigned, have known F.
old which will come in during tlie com
T. J. H arris ,
tic anil consumptive, even in advanced
J. Cheney for the last 15 years, and be
Wright’s Compound Syrup of Sarsa son of Salem, requesting her to furnish Jute
Sheriff of Yamhill Co. ing week. This calf will lie a milk cow
stages of disease, and has saved innumer
before her mother. The calf is a Jersey
parilla can be relied upon for all blood an affidavit regarding that $20 speech of: E I’ Hembree et al vs I R Dawson et lieve him perfectly honorable in all buni-
and is small.
The commissioners of this county diseases, skin affections, etc. Sold by began a crusade against this paper. Mrs.
You rc feeling depressed, your appetite
should be ashamed of themselves for Rogers & Todd.
.McPherson has forwarded you the letter i
Their Business Booming.
putting the old furnituie of the old court
and did not forward us the affidavit as I A young, industrious man with capital W est A T ruax , Wholesale Druggists, is poor, you re bothered with headache,
no one thing has caused such a
house into the new one. The county
is recommended by physicians requested, lie stated in that letter as of $l(M)0 wanted for a partner in a flour-
judge is in for furnishing it in a style or Castoria
children teething It is a purely veget vou now- know Dr. Watts, that we wanted ; ishing business. Blacksmith or machin- W ai . ding , K innan & M arvin , Wholesale of sorts, and want to brace up. Brace up general revival of trade at Rogers * Todd's
which will compare with the building. able preparation, its ingredients are pub- Ihe affidavit whether for or against you. ; ist preferred. Address:
but not with stimulants, spring medicines Drug Store as their giving away to their
Druggists, Toledo, O.
or bitters which have for their basis very custoniers of so many free trial bottles of
But the commissioners say no.
lishcii around each bottle It is pleasant She could not furnish one in favor of’you 1 3-tf
E. II. V an H œsen , Cashier, Toledo Na cheap,
A. J. S mith , McMinnville, Or.
bad whiskey, and which stimulate Jr. kin^- - New Discovery for Consump
When Macbeth ironically asked,“I ansi to the taste anil absolutely harmless. It re so did not furnish one at all but sends I
tional Bank, Toledo, O.
for an hour, and then leave you in a
Wright’s Red Cross Cough Syrup
thou minister to a mind diseased?" lie quiets pain, cures diarrhe a and wind colic, you the letter for j’our advice. If Mrs.
Hall’s Catarrh Cure is taken intern worse condition than before What von tion I heir trade is enormous in this very
valuable article from the fact that it always
little knew that mankind would one day I allays feverishness, destroys worms, and McPherson can furnish an affidavit free cui es coughs, colds, hoarseness, loss of ally. acting directly upon the blood and want is an alterative that will burifv your cures
and never disappoints, Coughs, Colds
be blessed with Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. In j prevents convulsions, soothes the child anil ing you from the charge it will be pub voice and all inflamed conditions of the mucus surfaces of the system. Price blood, start healthy action of Liver and Asthma,
Bronchitis. Croup, and all throat
lungs. Sold by Rogers & Todd.
purifying the blood, this powerful altera gives it refeshing and natural sleep. Cas lished next week if you will furnish it.
75c. ¡1er bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Kidneys, restore vour vitality, and give re ami lung diseases quieldy cured. S’ou can
newed health and strengtli ’su. h a medi test it before buying by getting a trial bot
tive gives tone and strength to every I toria is the children's panacea—the moth
We have published tlie doctors article
you will find in Electric Bitters, and
ers’ friend, 35 doses, 35 cents.
this week to show that he has no defense.
free, large size $1.’ ¡•’.very bottle war
function and faculty of the system.
Children Cry for
Pitcher’s Castoria cine
only 5o cants a bottle at Rogers <k Todd's 3 tle
THE HOI DOCTOR IS A STAYER.