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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 11, 1890)
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER: See tile new ad. of Mesdames David-
Martin A Sander« Display.
Yamhill County Fair.
State Board of Trade.
! son & Squire.
The Yamhill county fair is in pro For the Week Ending Saturday, Sept. <>.
During the meeting of the Oregon
The display of this well known firm
1890—-U, S. Signal Service.
Miss Jennie Nichols of Astoria is nt- 1 at the fair was excellent. The sewing Press association iu Portland last gress at McMinnville. A visit to the
Thursday. September 11, 1890. ! tending college.
average temperature prevailed
machine display was extraordinary for month the feasibility and desirability grounds this week convinces us that
A nice variety of ladies and children's for a small fair. Friday three operators of a state board of trade was discussed. the farmers care less for the fair, than during the week: both day and night
caps at Davidson A Squires’.
were kept busy on the Davis (the peer In persuance of an understanding ar those who have race horses and catch gradually falling. Frosts are reported
ail sewing machines) making artistic rived at at that time, the Portland penny games. We saw only a small from the more elevated places of East-,
From 7 a m. to 7 p. m
From 7 .30 p.
m. to 8:30 p. in.
samples for free distribution. The peo chamber of commerce adopted the fol agricultural exhibit, and few people in ern and Southern Oregon, but no dam-;
Money order hours from 7 a. ni. to 6 p. m. I
Light general rains pre
Services next Sunday ns usual, at ple who have one in their possession or lowing resolutions nt its meeting this attendance. There are several baby age done.
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p. m
sufficient to lay
have examined the work are aware
Mail south closes at 9:45 a. »>. Mail
north closes at 2:30 p. m. and 9 p. ill.
The firemen have invited the Salem that work like it cannot lie produced
Resolved. That the president and rounds. Miss Rose Hembree has a very dust, but doing no damage. Tn most
Mail for 5:45s. in train
closes evening fire department to lx- with them nt the on any other machine. The agricultur secretcry of the Chamber of Commerce creditable department of painting and sections of the state there is less smoke
al implement display of this firm was are hereby autherized and directed to is very energetic in arranging it in a in the atmosphere than is usual at this
Fresh bread, cakes, pies and taffy! fine as great pains hail lieen taken to extend invitations to all the Chambers tasty manner. The flower display un time of the year.
THE MARKET ltKPOIIT.
every day (Sundays excepted) at (Iris-;
secure a large number of different ma of Commerce, Boards of Trade and oth der Mrs. A. J. Apperson also attracts Hay making is yet in progress in
1 uo sen’s.
Potatoes ...................... HI bn $ 90 to
er commercial organizations in the much attention. There is a display of some sections. Wheat, oats and barley
Highest cash price paid for Poultry chines. One of the neatest things was
y dor. I 00 t«> 4 50
state of Oregon to attend, by delegates, fancy work, preserved fruits, vegetables, have generally been harvested and
of all kinds A eggs at Knight, Woods
¡Clear sides $ lb.
the natural wood. Courteous attend a meeting to be held in this city on minerals, etc., but not nearly up to threshing is for the main part completed
Bacon ¿Shoulders V lb
what Yamliill county can produce. though in sections it is yet in full blast.
Feathers of the finest grade at very ants were on baud both in the pavil- .Saturday, the 27th inst., for the purpose
t .rd )In 10 l"1 Pails
The grounds are very well arranged Stock is in good condition. Ranges
5 g.,j]on t,jns
reasonable prices at Davidson A Squire’s lion and the agricultural implement
show room to show the machines and object of which shall be to advance the and the race track is a tine one. The furnish ar abundance of feed. Grass is
Butter, Creamery. P roll
W. F. Coulter has two fresh cows machinery and to answer the thousand commercial, merchantilc, manufactur moving machinery and music is absent quite dry. Streams are low though
Butter, dull, ires'll p roll 40
Jersey, for sale. One three and and one questions propounded by the ing and industrial affairs that may beof which always must prove a drawing more water is in them than is usual at
Brine................ p pound.
one four year old.
Dried apples, dull, P pd.
general interest, and to consider al! feature. People must lie amused as this time of the year.
people who desired information.
Dried plums, dull, p pd.
subjects of internal improvement that well as instructed. The races and base Hop picking is going on; hop lice
Dried prunes, dull, p pd.
Oldest Native Oregonian.
U. YV. for September is thirteen with
Driedpeaches.dull, p pd
may be for the welfare of the communi ball games are the leading attractions.— have been found in sections.
but three assessments.
Flour .................. p sack 100 to
Potatoes are being delivered and large
Through the columns of the weekly ty and the state at large.
of them are on the market.
A democratic syndicate has an option Statesman I notice tliat the Dallas Ob Resolved. That the ratio of represent-
CHURCH NO TICKS.
on the Tacoma Ledger at 8125,006 ex server claimed that Mrs. Hardy Hol
Peaches are quite plentiful, though the
clusive of the building.
M ethodist E hfccpal C hurch —Services
man was the oldest native Oregonian organization at large, and one addition The ways of the man who seeks to average crop is not as large as usual.
every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p m,
avoid the payment of taxes on his prop Melons are unusually plentiful. The
The Home Argand gasoline stove is in Polk county saying she was born in
al delegate for each fifty members or erty are various and devious.
Sunday School at 9:30 a, m
the stove to use during this hot weath
large prune crop is being dried.
Washington county, Oregon in 1845. the major fraction of that number.
R ev . G. F R ound , Pastor.
er. Call and sec one at Hodson’s.
A case in point came to light at the A full harvest of all products is now
C umberland P resbyterian C hurch —
D. M. Hewitt, of Monmouth, was born
Resolved. That the committee on court house Friday when the sheriff
Tlie creamcry at North Y’amhill will
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p
be here after conducted by an incor in Washington county in 1844, and he reception is hereby instructed to attend put under the hammer property on taring cured, stored or sold. Prices are
m Sunday School at 9 :39 a. m.
R ev . W ilet K nowles , Pastor
porated company, with a capital of <:>,- is the son of Henry Hewitt, who came to the reception and entertainment of
which taxes had become delinquent.
B aptist C hurch .—Services every Sabbath 000.
Reports of large yields ol wheat, oats
to Oregon in 1843, driving the first said delegates.
at 11 a. ni. and 7:30 p. id . Sunday*School at
Some $2,000 worth of it belonged to and barley continue to be received.
J. S. Stanly, special census agent is wagon that ever came down the west The advantages of union lietween
R ev R. Me K illop , Pastor.
a well-known citizen, and the amount The average yields for the state will lx>
C hristian C hurch services every Sabbath now engaged in taking the mortgage ern slope of the Blue mountains and the various sections of our state are
of the assessment was $27.93. This is a larger than for years, while the crop
inventory of Y’amhill county at the the second to the dalles of the Columbia
at 11 a. in, and 7 p ni
many fold. By the arrangement about
R ev D r . B. F F uller , Pastor
river and the Applegate outfit that to 1« consummated the largest city will small sum, but the owner is, or at least, will be the largest.
Wm. I.anilx'rt is now running a
the result shows him to lie a financier.
Prices quoted to-day in this city for
be placed in a position to help the He let the tax become delinquent, but
steam laundry. His wagon will call claim the honor, followed their trail.
for your washing upon leaving the or
smaller places ana the whole state he watched closely the Astorian and wheat are, Eastern Oregon wheat 72
Fell to His Death.
can work together to a common end. read that his property was to be sold at cents per bushel, valley wheat 78 cents
i w will find a complete line of fancy der with him.
per bushel. Market is reported to lie
The new brick is up one story and
In the matter of securing immigration,
and »tuple groceries, crockery and
A dispatch from Gervais says that and especially appropriations of our auction.
glassware. A complete stock of green
obtained as fast as the masons can put Thomas Hunt, sr., an old pioneer and various rivers and harbors, a united de Then he summoned to his aid a trust The wheat crop in the United States
and roast Rio, Cotta Rica, Mocha and them into the wall.
resident of French prairie for over mand from the state must and will be ed friend, and when the sheriffs auc appears to be short, while foreign wheat
O. G. Java coffee; fine gunpowder,
Wright’s Blackberry Cordial should forty years, was instantly killed Wed felt. What will our local board do? tioneer put it up there were no bidders. is reported to be unusually short. Hops
English breaksast and Japan tea. The be kept in ever}’ house. Invaluable in
nesday about 10 o’clock by falling from Will it meet and elect three or four of Stories were told that the title was are active, with strong prices.
most complete stock of candy, nut», ci in all relaxed conditions of the liowels.
a load of grain while deseendinga steep its best anil most wide awake members clouded, and the consequence was all
B. S. P agce ,
gar» and tobacco in the city. Can
that the property sold for was only
hill at Butteville. His neck was broken
ning <C- Wallace’» extract» are best and
The board of medical examiners for in the fall, and the front wheel of the to attend this meeting on the 27 inst.? $5.50, or $22.43 less than the taxes. It
It should do it, and we believe it will. takes all sorts of people to support a
cheapest. We offer no prize but prom pension claimants has received the
A Diminutive Millionaire.
wagon passed over his face splitting it
ise you fair dealing for your money necessary blanks for the proper trans
Jacob Seligman is the smallest mil
wide open. Deatli was instantaneous.
action of the business.
lionaire in the world. He is hardly
Padding the Census.
It will not be long before the gentle He was a widower, 67 years of age and F leming —S harp — On Weduesday
J. II. Henderson, P’-op.
more than four feet high, and he strikes
Oregon mist will be falling. Have your leaves three children. He leaves September 3, 1890 at the residence of
In order to make a better showing you comically as having just stepped
wood sheds full of wood as all the old an estate valued at $10,000.
the bride’s parents near this city Miss
Local an<l General
weather prophets say it will be a hard
Cora L. Sharp and Chas. H. Fleming. Salem is padding the census after the out of a museum collection. Pardon
A New Mail Route,
WILL OFFER HIS STOCK OF BOOTS AND SHOES
Ceremony performed by Rev. Wiley manner of Tacoma and Seattle. The
Cook’s hotel is about to change
me, but he won't be offended. No
hotly gets more fun out of his size or
The young couple left ou the 3 p. m.
! make fearful inroads on your health.
The public school opened Monday *■’ Wright’s Sarsaparilla will cleanse your tablished fact. The contract for carry train for Portland where they witnessed ingly kicking at the state capital; hut it rather want of size than he does him
blood and build you up. Sold by Rog ing the mail from this city to Grand the marriage ceremony of a friend. does liatc fraud wherever found, and it self. Even when people, who intend
knows what it is talking about ou this
Ronde has been let to Allyn Yocum and
The iron work for the new brick was ers Bros.
They returned to this city and immedi subject. Horse trainers stopping at the to make him feel good, remark that if
east in Dallas.
he were standing on his money he
Mr. J. S. Stanly the special census
ately began housekeeping corner of F
Hicks Fenton will remove from Carl agent now in this city said that he stop I The contract price is $891 per aunuiu. and Second streets. The presents were fair grounds, drummers, men passing would 1» as big as the late lamented
ped in Salem for two or three days
ton to this city.
and was taken as a city resident in the ’ will peof great accomodation to the numerous and costly and are as follows: are being captured, though the papers Irsh giant, he smiles and says. “My
Hops are now selling at 35 cent* in new enumeration.
littleness is what made me my money.”
. people in Bellevue, Sheridan and Wil- Mr. and Mrs. Johnson, silver spoon have declared that all that is wanted is
The finest line of school books, lamina. McMinnville will be the dis- holder; Mr. and Mrs. Campbell, banner ■ a square count. Yesterday an Albany And so it did truly, in a degree, at least.
Hewitt Bn* have a fine line o tablets and all school supplies ever in
and silver cake stand; Mr. and Mrs. • man while in that city, was captured In fact, he realized the market value of
nuppucs liooks etc.
the city also a movelty in the way of a /
oral! the mail going
his diminutive size so thoroughly that
D. Holman has moved into the house slate cleaner to be found at Ixxtk store j over
mountains by way of Grand Sparks, silver pickle castor; Mr. Morse, and enumerated, and commercial men he had it copyrighted years ago. In
say they have been taken. The fact
vacated by Mrs. Maddock.
Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, silver salt is everything is being done to swell the the collection of quaint and curious
No one can afford to do without !
The Oakes Company.
A few fields of grain in this section ! I*
and pepper set; R. L. Holman, volume returns, as it would lie very humiliat trade-marks at Washington you can
" . . It clean-
have not yet been threshed.
. Wright’s Myrrh Tooth
I ses tnn
pre- Monday night the Oakes company of Burns’ poems; W. H. Logan, silver ing not to make a bigger showing than find liis “Little Jake.” He is reputed
Hurrah for the mail route to Grand | serves the teeth and makes them beau- l renewed their acquaintance with the
castor; Mr. and Mrs. Merlin, oil paint before. Of course the papers there will to be worth about $15,000,000. He came
You Will Find I Mean BUSINESS.
Ronde. Mr. Cooper you are a rustler. tiful. Sold by Rogers Bros.
from Germany when a boy, and went
! people of this city. This company was ing; Mr. C. H. Fleming, album; Mr.
say this is caused by the green eyed out to Michigan twenty-nine years ago
McMinnville college opened its doors i Your attention is called to the adver- i here one year ago and pleased the peo-
and Mrs. Sharp, silver butter dish and monster, jealousy and all that; but it is
Tuesday to a goodly number of students. tisement of the Portland Industrial Ex-; .,]c
spoonholder; Mrs. W. II. Sharp and I not, it Is simply a statement of facts.— without a dollar. He grew up with
Elsia Wright has purchased the stock hibltion. It will be a fine show and ! only
the country, and managed to seize a
Miss Houston, silver salt and pepper Albany Democrat.
of R. A. Steward in the building associ the person who does not attend will
pretty big slice of it while tlie process
miss the only good thing of the year.
set; Mrs. J. W. Watkins, berry set; Miss
Coming This Way.
was taking place. He owns a railroad,
Bert Lucas who has been in Europe
----- of . to
.oo this I includes
the gramme which are very good. They J. Sharp, bible; G. W. Sharp, silver ■ The following from an up-Golumbia a private bank, the greater part of a
on a bicycle tour has returned to the a r population
in are all artists and their endeavors are butter knife; W. H. Sharp, silver sugar paper will be an interesting item to National bank, and only he knows
which the city is situated. It is safe
shell; Clay, Pearland ¡Hazel Morse, set keep on hand, should the subject of the what all besides. He is giving himself
Walter Holman left Thursday for ■ to say that Salem within the city limits always toward improvement.
Boston where he will study music at 1 does not contain more than 5000’people.
of tumblers; Miss Jennie Sharp, hand- ! sketch come this way, as be no doubt entirely to this sort of tiling nowadays.
painted salad dish; Mrs. Colbertb, gold will before the season is over: “A Jew It was in a mercantile pursuit, how
People who have enL_„__________
P. D. Glenn and Guy Ballinger left ing of hops will make
ike fortunes this1 ! about one mile from Eugene that is ring; W. W. Sharp, S. D. Houston and preacher named Isaacs lately arrived ever, that he got his big start. He ran
Monday for the coast where they will year if ...
in Helena and claimed to be converted eleven clothing stores at once in
their yards are i large. Hops
a rightful owner, unless it be P. J. Sharp, rocking chair.
rusticate for a week or so.
selling in some places in the valley for
to the Christian church. He was baj>- Saginaw. It was in that business that
The Comity Line.
Mr. John Hibbs, who has been here ' 40 cents per pound and this years crop Uncle Sam. It was discovered by part
tized, and one evening after preaching his own trade-mark. “Little Jake,”
visiting for a few weeks left yesterday will go about 2000 lbs. to the acre. Ten ies looking over the records of the land
The survey of the county line be- j his first sermon was recognized as did him so much good. He is $18,000 CLOSING OUT AT COST
MY STOCK OF
for Centralia Washington.
tween Yamhill and Polk counties will' Wexel, a man who attempted the same in on the races at Monmouth Park this
i 300 acres of wheat.
destroyed they are unable to locate it begin on the 15th of September at noon. I
There is nothing going on for the im
game on the Baptist church in Denver. season.— Long Branch Letter to Phia.,
provement of the city at present. Look J. A. Simmon’s of Woods brought in exactly without making a new survey. The surver will commence at a point in '
A sensational exposure followed, and Press.
to the office yesterday a specimen of It is now valuable land and it will
around and begin to howl.
the Willamette river due east of the Isaac suddenly left town for the West
the Tillamook county oat crou. The doubtless
A QUAKER’S DOZER-
Y’our attention is called to the ad of | grain
l»e located soon.—Eugene southwest corner of George Gay’s house 1
was nearly seven feet high the
an hour later. He is a short, lieavy-set,
Fletcher Bros., auctioneers, in another i J entire field was alike. He also brought Register.
IUvb.nl Sieg.-, the well known proprietor of
175-pound man, with a Hebrew east of the Quaker Dairy. No. 30 Kill» St., San Franelwo,
column. Give them a call.
in some millet the heads of which were
ment township lines to the Tillamook ■ countenance. He came to American last week sent the following letter to the Edwin
The system of sewerage promised by I from 10 to 14 inches in length. He re
salmon trout and salmon fishing
the council has failed to materialize. ports
The public schools opened Monday boundary line. H. S. Maloney will j Fork, Utah, from Yrienna. He joined W. Joy <
This well-known mountain hotel, on the Tillamook road, ten miles
"My family have bceu taking
This we need and should have.
i in the Nestucca as being fine.
with encouraging prospects, The at have charge of the Y’amhill county ] the Mormon church, liecame a preacher
Joy’s Vegetable Sanaparilla uow from North Yamhill, ia now open for the accommodation of the travel
The McMinnville band leaves the tendance is greater than during the corps of engineers and W. P. Wright of ; : and counseller to the bishop, but was
The recount of the city of Portland
for months with splendid results. ing public.
shows a population of 62442. This Is a 1 latter part of this week for Salem. The
Our cxperieuco has been that after
the Polk county eorjis. Ten iron monu- mobbed for stealing two watches and
wagon has been repainted and
gain of 26 per cent, over the botch cen- band
liking It regularly for a short time
TXOISSE FEED IXT ^BTTXTT:^.3SrC!E:.
I presents a fine appearance. The boys year. There are 2:18 pupils attending
and getting the system started right,
have secured the job of playing at the this week. 103 boys and 135 girls. The
8. Howarth A Co., druggists have an I ( state fair and of course the Salem band
Passengers carried to and from trains and over the road to the coast,
ty roads. These monuments are lieing
the systen Iti perfect condition. A
announcement in this issue. Mr. How- is
! very mad, but then the boys will attendance by rooms is Prof. Peebles 42;
A Gloomy Prediction.
at reasonable rates.
orth has purchased the business of IJ. give satisfaction as they can produce! Miss Burnett 22; Miss Peters 41; Miss
Good hunting and fishing in the immediate vicinty.
pound inexplicable to me is, that It
"Next spring you can tan my hide
better music than has ever been played Woods 54; Miss Cook 28; Miss Greene inches high. The word “Polk” will be
does not lose its effect, but seems to
on one side and “Y’amhill” upon the for sole leather,” said Andy Wyland, Accomplish the
The threshing machine men are set- at
i the state fair in the past.
same results continually. As a __
F. JOPLIX, Propr'ii'lor.
other. The county commissioners a(>- the slayer of elks, to the Oregon City liver and bowel regulator and corrective it is per
tling with their bands and several
William Reid, president of the Astor
Cotswold Kami for Sale.
drunks are the result of money being ia A South Coast Railway company,
Courier, “if next winter isn’t the hard
Twenty pure bred and high grade Cots
was in Astoria Thursday settling a wold rams for sale price from $3.00 to ery of Y’amhill, and B. F. McLynch of j est for a hundred years. Up in the house. Iu fart i liavo just bought a dozen bot
to get the reduced price.”
against the Pacific Con- ■
James Readon, aged 70, an old pio- judgement
Polk. It is thought that this survey ! mountains I see swarms of rats from tles
A. M. Rowe, of 523 Jcr.es street, s. F., also
G eo . O wens .
neer and resident of Salem, had tilth struction company. When asked if the ; i 810.00 per head.
will place in Y’amhill county several Missouri and Kansas, who’ve come all writes that it has been his habit for * ears tr
Will Live You
legs broken In a fall to the ground from bonds of that road would be sold soon,1
Record of Deeds.
thousand acres of land which has been the way from that god forsaken country awake in the mornings with a headache and an
Mr. Reid said, smilingly, to the report
a car Monday.
exhausted feeling: but luce the first bottle he
er: “Matters look very favorable, but
D. J. Wimer to Edwin Smith 200 assessed in Polk. The Lampson place to escape freezin’ todeath. And there’s has had no return of bis old time debilittr.nv
Henry Bettman, who, for the last it would be unwise to say anything
several years has t>8en in Europe study more at present; good evening.” ’
acres n w J sec 36 and s e j of s w } sec it is thought will contribute some 800 the ground hogs, they’re so’fraidof the acaiarues.
acres and the whole of Ben Branson’s terrible cold they’re working like politi-
ing music under the best masters, re
25 t 2 s r 3 w; $10.
The Salem Statesman remarks that
turned home Saturday night.
place will be in Y’amhill.
cains for their winter’s grub. They’re
the Salem baseball team plays ball ar
There is nothing like prospects in
T. Perry has been appointed by the tistic enough to wipe up any amateur j i Mooney 70 acaes palt Joel Chrisman I)
cuttin’ roots and herbs’ canias and
Panel of Jurors.
county court to superintend the repair nine in the state. The paper forgets : L C, t 4 s 3 $150.
skunk cabbage root. This they pile this booming era, and cities as well as
ing of the Sheridan bridge. This McMinnville. Salem and McMinnville
The following jurors have been drawn !
on logs to dry and then chacheen in I>eople have them. Though sometimes
bridge will bo put in good repair.
have played ten games of which Me-1 R. J. Swnrtliout to Lydia E. Bannis- for the coming session of circuit court | tlielr nests way down deep.”
a little visionary, they are always in
Martin A Sanders have sold live hay Minnville has won six and two of the ! ter interest as heir at law of grantee, 40 which will assemble in this city on
teresting. The Silverton Appeal, as a
presses this season and wire enough to games lost should not ix‘ credited be i acres of land.
Sept 22, 1890:
sample, says: “Knowing ones predict
bale 2,000 tons of hay. Baling hay is cause not more than three of the regu
Y’amhill Lumbering Co. to De YVitt
Amity—R W Phillips, R W Lance-; John Crawford has sold his farm three that if Silverton’s railway prospects are
becoming quite an industry in this lar nine played. Salem may have a j C. Collier right of way t 4 s r 4 w.
professional base ball team but in base
field, J II Hinman, () H Sheldon,! miles southeast of Dayton, to Mr. Thay realized, it will have 2500 ]x»pulation
John and Louella Soper to Geo. YV. David Judy.
ball parlance her team is a “pudding”
within the next two years.” Browns
The races in Portland are not getting for tne McMinnville team.
j Soper 128.90 acres part J. Corbett h’d in
I er, late of New York, for $6,000, cash.
Bellevue—J J Henderson.
much McMinnville money this week.
John Crawford purchased the old ville is to have a population of 5000 in a ,
The boys have quit and are now en phone company are putting in tele
Carlton—-Wm Kutch, John Hutch-1 Bannister homestead four miles south few years, Lebanon of alx>ut the same, j It will pay you well to call ami see our goods
Daniel Bartlett to J. S. Larkin lot 4 I croft, Sr.
gaged in pitching dollars at a mark in phone poles and stringing tlie wire. It
' of Dayton, on last Wednesday. The etc., and we hope all the prospects will
and prices before buying elsewhere.
will not be in operation, however, for i blk 3 Newberg; $1.
East Chehalem—J Lewis Hoskins, | transaction was cash in band. The be realized, in each case not claimed
Pasco Headlight: The cashier of the several days, as the company has con S. A. Deskins to Chehalem Baptist Leander Winters, Andrew Hagcc, Hen
I price paid $6.700. Mr. Crawford takes without considerable foundation.
Exchange National bank allowed a cluded to run it on up to a little place j church blk 7 Deskins add. to Newberg; ry Austin.
goodlooking woman to present a $25 called Salem, on the river, about seven | $281.80.
FOlt Dyspepsia and Liver Complaint you
North Yamhill—Phil Messner, Wm
check 1 hat she had raised to $2,500 and teen miles south of here. YVc under De Witt C. Collier to Geo. Thomson
B. F. Lewis has sold bis farm three have a printed guarantee on every bottle of
’s Y'italizer. It never fails to
paid it like a little man without Inentifi- stand the people of that lively little vil
miles southwest of town to Mr. Tucker,
JACOBSON, Third St.
lage have pledged the company fifteen 1 43.85 acres part of Jos. Y’oung D L C t 4
eation. How is that for Spokane?
McMinnville— J A Axoni, B Clark, of Corvallis. Mr. Lewis has rented the 8oid by Rogers Bros.
Handley, T A Turner, J S Hibbs, Huddlestun house and will move to
George W. Sappington’s ¡barn in
the town has some prospect of O. P. Cash to Ira G. Hazzard lots 5 I j John
A Newman, F Fuller, I. II Cook, C
North Yamhill burned to the ground that
will sell by public
Sunday night. It is the opinion of the six months, on account of a boom, oc and 6 block 14 Johns add. $500.
W McCall, R B Hayden.
people that it was started by some evil casioned by a bridge across the river at
Sheridan—Chas Agee. It S Conner,
Ira G. Hazzard to John Glen lots 5
That eminent republican paper, the auction at Ills ranch in Gopher valley
disposed person. The barn is near the that point.— IFoocronra Independent. ' and 6 block 14 Johns add. $10.
Philadelphia Press, in a Washington on September 20th at 10 o’clock sharp,
store and house but they were saved.
The spiritual welfare of our city is A. II. Burbank to H. Hurley 20 feet Willamina—D B Bryan.
dispatch published August 18, gives all his horse*, cattle, hogs, farm imple
The base ball games Thursday and either lieing neglected, or our ethereal
West Chehalem—Amos Wood, J Lafe currency to the story that senators ments, household furniture, and a
Friday between the McMinnville and ideas have reached that state of perfect 1 off sou (4) side lot 4 block 32 Lafayette’! Kinney, P A Bates.
made up a pool and Ixnight 5,000,000 quantity of other useful articles. All
Salem teams were well attended. The ion as to need no watchful eye. Are
Thursday game was won by Salem, we growing better and abler to be left
YV. YV. Davis to M. Fisk lots 5 and 6
ounces of silver on a margin, and in sums of $10 and over a credit of 12
months will lie given with interest at
the score being 13-11. The Friday game ' alone, or have celestial shepherds grown block 62 Lafaj'ette; $433.50
The most curions tilings entered at , the house a pool put up $165,000 on a the rate of 8 per cent, with note and
was won by McMinnville the score be tired of their teaching? We trust the
M. M. Bannister to John Crawford the Y’amhill fair were the war clubs five jx'r cent, margin to speculate in
former. Ioist Sabbath was an unusual
n e of n w } and lots 1, 2 and 3 sec 6 t
! silver. It is no wonder that after all approval. All sums under $10 cash: all
John Henderson had by machine , one for Corvallis as but few worshippers 5 s r 3 w and lots 9, 10 and 11 sec 31 t 4 from the Fejee islands, entered by Mrs.
sums $10 a discount of 8 per cent will
T. Owens. Some thirty-five years ago their pretended quarreling the republi
measure 17000 bushels of wheat. It is had an opportunity to attend devotlon-
be given for cash.
now being taken to tlie warehouse and tional exercises. Nearly ever church s r 3 w containing 160 acres; $6700.
I Mrs. Owens visited tlie island on a sight cans “got together’, on a silver bill.
by warehouse weight he will have in the city was closed and not a bell John Glen to J. YV. Cowls lots 5 and ! seeing tour and purchased the clulxs I They passed a bill which, according to SHILOH’S cure will immediately relieve
tlie monotony of an I
Croup, Whooping Cough ami Bronchitis;
some 19000 bushels. This is extraor- sounded
14 Johns add. $475.
■ from the inhabitants. They are four ' Secretary Windom,“makes the treasury sold b.v Rogers Bros.
dinarv, it overrunning some 12 bushels 1 unusually quiet Sabbath evening. The 6 block
' in number, each different from the
per hundred bushels.
G. A. R. Custer Post.
the city is at the .. mercy of the block 24, Rowland’s add. $700.;
| other. They are made from sandal tic corner ever organized.” They buy
. .. and
Copper from the mines in the south i devil
and diphtheria. Corviliis
Hall corner of Third and F streets,
Anna and Roger St. Helen to Abigal | wood and arc very neatly made and ' options on silver, send up the price by
part of the county has liegun to arrive i Dayton has two enterprising and
Or. Post meets on the
by the wagon load. This will be ship pushing warehousemen, M. W. Tall-! Slenbrougli, 11 acres of D. Ramsey's D carved. The tools used in making was their own legislation and pocket big McMinnville,
and fourth Saturdays of each
ped to San Francisco for a practical mill man and B. Gabriel. Mr. Gabriel L C $225.
a knife made from a barrel hoop and profits. This is republican financial month at 7:30 p. m. Transient com
test. After 100 tons or so have been | j leased the Powell warehouse this sea- ' Francis Wiser to Anna Maiy Martin, sharpened sea shells. They are well ■ legislation. The operators on the Capi rades cordially invited to attend.
practically tested, if results are satisfac ■ son, and is receiving a large amount of 20.06 acres in Y’amhill county; $1400.
J. B. GARDNER, Commander.
tory, the owners of the mines will com I wheat. Mr. Tallman is running his | N. B. Cooper to A. D. Ballis, 1 acre worth looking at, and have a fascina-1 tol call board have this great advantage
tion about them different from the' over ordinary speculators in corn and W yatt H arris ; Adjutant.
mence extensive operations.—Grant’s own warehouse and is also taking in part of Wm. Chapman’s D L C $100.
YY’m. Chapman to A. Ballis 1.48 acres modern implements of war. Large! short ribs; they can make the govern- ARE you made miserable by Indigestion
great quantities of grain. Through the
Dizziness, Loss of Appetite,
YV. T. Booth, John Dumphry and energy and push of these gentlemen part of Chapman’s D L C $150.
men must have handled them as they ! ment buy what they want to increase Constipation.
Yellow Skin? Shiloh's Vitalizer i-a posi-
several other gentlemen were badly the farmers living on the opposite side
G. S. Baker to Geo. D. Fleshhauer, are very heavy. They have seen ser the price of.— National Democrat.
by Rogers Bro«.
ON EXHIBITION AND FOR SALK
shaken up Sunday night. They were of the Yamliill river are enabled to lots 5 and 6 block 10, Baker A Martin's
vice iu cracking heads as the dried! There is much criticism of Senator
returning after dark from hunt on the ' cross the river on the ferry with their add; $150.
hand car and someone for meaness or i ! grain free. They have also arranged
B. P. Cardwell to Mrs. Nancy Starr, blood still remains upon them. As a j Ingall’s because of his declaration that
All farmers desiring repairs for Deer
a joke placed a large stick upon the ! i with Armstrong A Baxter to keep a lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6, Lippincott’s add curiosity they are valuable, Mrs. Owens1
there is no conscience and no ten com ing or McCormick binders please give
track. The car struck it and threw i , team in readiness at the ferry to assist (to Dayton; $480.
mandments in politics. It should be orders for same to J. G. Ballinger A Co.
everyone to the ground, everyone was > . those loaded with grain up' the steep Oscar H. Cone to John Sellwood 69.- having refused $100 apiece for them.
hurt but not seriously. One very tine : bank on this side of the river. The en 49 acres in 13 s r 2 w; • ’
Shiloh's cur remembered that Mr. lugall's experi as early as possible to insure arrival.
" 111 ’ win
gun was ruined. The perpretrators of ergy displayed by the above named
Elizabeth Hawkins to John Sell- will give immediate
releif Price lOcts. 50 ence has been altogether in the republi
thia joke if it is a joke should be more gentlemen in securing to this place wood, 126.70 acres in 13 s r 2 w; $1900. cite, and $1. Sold b.v Rogers Bros.
THE REV Geo. II. Thaver. of Bourbon
careful in the future, a term in the pen much of the grain on the north side of G. 8. Baker to G. F. Bullock, lots SHILOH'S Catarrh Remedy, a positive can party. A man's surroundings have Ind
'Both my self and wife owe
would give them considerable time for ' the river is worthy of emulation.— 3 and 4, block 10, Martin A Baker’s add cure for Catarrh. Diptheria and Canker a great influence upon his opinions.— our lives to Shiloh’s Con«umption C ure.
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