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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 26, 1891)
THE LEGISLATURE DISCUSSED.
A Stilspriher Give« His Virus on Thinj
Direct Freni Washington.
with improved furniture. The
YAMHILL PUBLIC SCHOOLS i building
house is nicely located, but the premises
OVER THE COUNTY
should be fenced. Mr. J. F. Patterson interesting items in ENTER
SUIT. BAKER KiTOItT' THEIR < ON
’taught tbe spring term; Miss Mary
Thursday, February 26, 1891.
PRISING CORRESPONDE NTs.
Stowe the fall term.
McMinnville, Feb. 21, 1891.
No 46 is situated about two miles | I Woods is on Hands This Week With an
Earnest, Competent anil Zealous Men and
south of McMinnville. This is a good | ' Item or Two-—Carlton Wants to Get
Women are Teaching the l'ounf Ideas
From 7 a in. to 7 p. m
From 7:30 p.
district, well situated, in a fine farming Rid of Her Surplus Dog Population—
m. to 8:30 p. in.
islature fame will have completed their
How to Shoot--A Creditable Showing
community where educational affairs The Amity Man Grows Toetical over
Money order hours from 7 a. ni. to fl p. m.
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p. m
receive much attention, so far as teach Salt Creek.—-Ramona of North Yamhill
Mail south closes at 9:50 a. in. Mail forth the mouse. The citizens of the
Good Accommodations on Every Hand.
ers and pupils are concerned; but the savaThe MeaMm Have Canvassed the
north closes at 2:30 p. n>. and 9 p. in.
Mail for 5:45 s. ill train closes evening grand old state have one thing to lie
premises should receive more attention Town.
thankful for, and that is their time is
before at 9 p ni
—either the building should be thor
Continued from last week.
Sheridan ami sflthern Tillamook mail up and they will rest from their ardu
closes at 11 a ni. “___________
No. 39 is situated hi the northern oughly repaired or a new one built aud
ous labors forever, is the wish of Ye
furnished with comfortable desks. The
Snow, rain, sunshine.
is small but comfortable. The school well should be thoroughly cleaned, and
during this last session we cannot but
Mr. C. E. Ladd, of Portland, visited
M ethodist EMseor.it C bvbch —Services
is small, the entire number of persons
Howe last week.
every Sabbath at 11 a. tn and 7:90 p m, notice with wh»t complacency and at
Sunday School at 9:30 a, in
Praver meet the expense of the state they tabled any
of school age being but 31. Some ap Hatch taught the school this year.
Mr. Gus. Johnson is assisting W. A.
ing Thursday evenings at 7:30.
and all measures of importance; and
paratus is needed, which will no doubt
'R ev . J. T Aaarri. I’arlor.
struggle for existence. Numerically it Howe in his inventory.
be added from time to time.
Mr. Howe, after several days’ illness,
Cc.USKBI.A.S’J PRESBTTr.RIAS C11CBCH — with bulldog tenacity they stuck and
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. in. and 7 p hung to their political bosses in Port
No. 40. For years the public school is very weak, the average attendance is alile to be around again.
m Sunday School at 9:30 a. ru.
land. If there is anything Joe Simon
building in McMinnville was a reflec
The farmers are expecting some good
R ev W ilkv Kxowtrs, Pastor
tion upon the otherwise enterprlsiug very poor one, is located about three results from the alliance now organiz
B aptist C hcbch .—Services every Sabbath should be proud of, it is liK ability to
al 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday School at call a halt in any and all legislation,
metropolis of Yamhill, yet when she
ing at North Yamhill. Push her along
9,56 a. in.
Ruv R. M c K illop , Pastor.
until he should get his pet schemes ad
did swing into line, so far as immedi son’s pasture. There is no public road farmers, and make a success.
C h start ax Cncacn services even- Sabbath
justed. The people are indignant, and
ate needs were concerned, right well
C. Hendrix has some blooded bird
at 11 a. m. and 7pm
R ev D r . B. F F uu . br , Pastor
justly so, to see the way the assessment
did she build. The building erected without a shade tree or wood shed, and pups for sale at 81.50 apiece. ('all and
and taxation bill was disposed of. It is
and furnished at a cost of $12.000 is un
Cabe taught the spring term, Miss Net see them.
McMinnville Grange. No. 31, F. of IL,
approached in beauty, convenience In
Mr. C. Loder, of this place, is manu
meet in their hall the iirst and third Satur not justice to have a law so that mon
arrangement and value by any other tie Dickinson the fall term.
day of each month at 10a. in. Visitors eyed men can evade their taxes and
facturing some very neat rollers to be
cordially invited. J. R B ooth , Master.
throw the bulk of the burden on those
building of its kind in the county, and
Mrs. II. A. H embree , Sec,
building is comparatively new, and used in the fields. Anyone -wishing
who an: less able to bear it. We trust
excelled by few iu the state.
large for a three room building. such an implement should call and see
the next legislature will be made up of
There were a few, the writer among
THE MARKET KETOKT.
changes could be made to much them.
the number, who said at the time, “the
60 men who have no political bosses, and
Potatoes ..................... V bu $ Û0 to
in matter of convenience.
50 to 3 00 who will have manhood enough to en
right thing for McMinnville to do is to
3 30 to 4 00 act a law in that respect that will in
old............... y tloz
provid« for au eight room building,
tage of a well furnished room, have fur Luke Kuykendall has gone to East
duce jieople to lie honest enough to
finish six rooms, and complete the
ern Oregon on a visit.
tianis y lb .
give in their property to the assessor
other two when needed.” The propo nished the rooms with single desks of Miss Becca Stott is visiting in Wash
1 ar 1 Pn 10 I** Pail’
Without trumping up a fictitious in- '
sition was declared extravagant in the
nar-i ]jn 5 gallon tins
debtedness. As the law now stands; ...
.. T. extreme. I have just complettd a re supplied with apparatus with, the ex Miss Kate Dempsey spent Sunday at
, . .
Mm. Timmons, postmaster ot Ida-
Butter, Creamery. V roll
honesty is at a discount. And now 1 i vj]ie, ind., writes; “Electric Bitters has view of the schools in the above men board should be supplied. Educational this place.
Butter, dull, fresh V roll 60
wish ro commend Gov. Pennoyer for I done more for me than tdl other medl- tioned building and will submit briefly
affairs receive quite a good deal of at Several of our young folks attended
Dried apples, dull, y pd.
action he took in vetoing the wag cines combined for that bad feeling aris a few items of general interest:
tlie hop at Carlton Friday last.
Dried plums, dull, J pd.
on road bills, and the only regret we John Leslie, farmer and stockman, of I find the building to contain six tention In and around Sheridan. There
Dried prunes, dull, y pd.
Tlie dancing club was well attended
Drledpeaches.dull, V p<l 10
have is that he did not, while he was the same place, says: “Find Electric school rooms and a large basement,
Saturday evening and all had an enjoy
....¥ sack 1 00 to
in the vetoing business, attend to the Bitters to lie the best kidney and liver used as a storage and play room. The
able time as usual.
medicine, made me a new man.” J. W. condition of the building and out healthy growth, which is sure to make
$90,000 dome on the state house.
Ixicnl and General
The Tillamook mail carrier reports it
A S ubscriber .
buildings is‘all the most exacting
a rough trip over the mountains now,
town, says: Electric Bitters is just the
Judge Galloway spent a few days in
tiling for a man who is all run down could ask. The building is furnished
there being over eight feet of snow on
Seattle last week.
and don’t care whether lie lives or dies; throughout with single desks of the legitimate endeavor to attract Immi the summit.
For good fresh bread, pies, cakes, etc.
best quality. Not more than 45 pupils
The acreage of hops in Marion coun
Several of our business houses have
go the lied front bakery.
| ty this season will be much larger than life. Only 50c a bottle at Rogers Bros' should be seated in any one room. that- the strongest inducement, the best
had neat signs ¡tainted the past week.
drug store. 2
The Red front bakery is the place to | that, of previous years, Many new
Forty is nearer a correct estimate. Yet
The measles have pretty thoroughly
get your money’s worth.
, fields are being planted and the grow
allowing 50 to each room and we find school Prof. Geo. H. Dawes is princi canvassed the town, but several cases
R. B. McDonald aud W. H. Logan ers
< are having a hard time in securing
300 to be the extreme capacity of the pal and Miss Fannie Parish assistant arc reported in the surrounding coun
C 8 Fling to Margaret J Westfall,
are down with the measles.
building; yet the record of enrollment, of the school. A third grade should be try.
plants, the demand seeming to lie far
Mrs. John Hoblis and children are in
| advance of the supply. The first 10 acres, t 3 s r 2 w; $300
beginning with Sept 1, 1890, and end added this year.
The public school will give another
Frank E Hadley to Jas Mills and
49. Educational matters are not up
visiting friends in Dayton.
( crop of bops is hardly ever worth pick
ing Feb. 6, 1891, is 391. I am amazed
exhibition; Thursday” evening. , Th®
Something new in the disk barrow ing,
to find 86 names enrolled in tlie pri
and when the price is very low the
Wildwood band will furnish music.
line at Martin <fc Sanders’.
, new yards go unpicked. Tlie plant mon Heaters dlcint3sr2w; $875.
mary room and 81 in the 3d grade, and one of the oldest districts in the county
By the way, the band is practicing
John Hobbs, the county clerk, is suf- grows
better year after year, and often
am filled with admiration at the de
and is turning out some very
fering with a severe sore throat.
( crops are picked from fields for ten or
gree of discipline maintained under
nice music. There is no truth, how
The Rod and Gun elub will have a | twelve years—when properly eared for of Solomon Heater in t 3 s r 2 w; $1400. such esreumstanees. Is it possible for eastern part of the county, in a good
F W Fenton to Jas A Fenton, lot. 1 teachers to do effective work under farming community, and is really a ever, in the report that they have been
team ?t the Salem tournament.
( and cultivated. Already buyers are in
, and 4, block 1 of F W Martin’s add to
wealthy district. The house when engaged to play for tlie world’s lair in
McMinnville intends to have the the
field makiug contracts for 1891 I I MeM; $200.
R amox a .
a few years ago was a good one 1893.
crack company of the First Regiment. hops.
As regards the diciplinc in this
They arc offering fifteen anil’
Martin & Sanders have a large dis- sixteen
school, I have to say: I have observed
cents but growers are beginning i
play ad. in this issue which you should ( to learn that contracts are always in fa- ; 40 acres in t 2 s r 3w; $300.
more noise and confusion in dismiss lected. There is no well on the prem
A gay deceiver.
Jas Fletcher to R 8 Allen, 2 acres in
ing twenty-one poorly disciplined pu ises, and until quite recently the only
vor of the buyer, and for this reason
Keep your eye on Sam Johnson.
t 4 s r 4 w, part of S Stagg's d 1 c; $200.
James Agee, Jr.,has left for Middleton they
are slow in entering into agree
pils than this disciplined school of over water available was a swale in the
The hop is something of the past.
where he will remain for two months
Francis Hauswirtli to C C Tolman, three hundred. What is the remedy? winter and a stagnant branch or small
1 ments with the wiley buyers.—Sfri'er-1 ; lots 1, 2, 3 and 4, block 20, town of
Lecture, “The Spirit of the Fruit.”
Clearly, more room must be provided. stream in the summer. At present the
Dr. Goucher is under tlie weather
When you want to insure your prop
i North Yamhill; $200.
school is dependent upon a neighbor
erty or get a loan be sure to see H. J.
with a severe dold.
Abram Coovert to Sarah C Nichols,
addition can be made to,the building for the use of his well. There is no A revival is in progress at t he Bap
>. , Curtain,Plainfield,
• e 11 111., ; I 16 „ acres
in . t 4 . s ., r3 w; $300.
wiaxlsbed belonging to the scliool
Miss Margaret Grace Scriber Friday
the statement that she caught I ‘ ’ Hibbs to G H Hibbs, 10s acres in suitable location should lie chosen and premises. During a recent visit I found tist church.
evening, March 29th, at the Opera makes
W. J. Wright paid tlie mctropoll
on her lungs; she 11 4 s r 4 w; $4320.
' was treated for settled
a good building for primary grades, of a jiortion of the room converted into a visit last week.
a month by her family
Annual school election next Monday. physician,
but grew worse, He told ■
The evils of partaking of the “spirit
Clerk and director to he elected, and her
she was a hopeless victim of eon- j Be it known that we,the undersigned be erected. A good house, as just Indi- ! ; of rubbish incident to such a state of of the fruit” is tbe next attraction.
i sumption and that no medicine could : are still “in it.” We have just closed a cated, of latest approved plans, can be affairs. The house should be repaired,
Prof. J. F. Clark paid liis parents, of
her. Her druggist suggested Dr.
, . ,
repainted inside and out, seated with
First class baled timothy hay for sale cure
’s New Discovery for Consump- prosperous year s business, and are now built for about $2,500. McMinnville
Zena, a short visit Saturday last.
in quantities to suit. Enquire of J. King
tlon. She bought a bottle and to her better prepared than ever to give good may profit by the experience of other
Isaac Binder is very low with ty
delight found her delight found hers elf goods and good bargains. We have al- towns, viz: The Increase in the value board procured, a woodshed built,a well
Several panther have been seen in | benefitted from first dose. She contin- rea(|v rm.|ve(j two ear loads of goods of property. Such property should lie dug and the premises fenced. Mr. J. phoid fever. Drs. Goucher and Smith
the valley since the heavy snows In the ued
aud after taking ten bottles found
D. Wood taught the fall and winter are waiting on him.
1 herself sound and well, now does her from the east and have more on the secured as will increase its value with terms.
Our old friend, Stanley Uniphlette,
house work, and Is as well as »lie road. We have selected these goods the growth of the country; so that such
The best, freshest and cheapest gro- own
after being confined to his room for tlie
was. Free trial bottles of tills with great care and are confident that increase in value will insure a sale nt a
cedes in the valley are at the Red Front ever
great discovery at Rogers Bros’, di ng no lietter line can be found anywhere. profit, if in the future a sale should be fair condition, but should be fenced. It past six weeks we are happy to state is
able to be around again.
store, large bottles 50c and $1.
desirable. Thus the increase in value is nicely located about six miles from
Call and see us.
Chas. Fenton, of Spokane, came
R. L. Simpson’s condition remains
home on a visit Saturday last. He re
M artin & S anders .
about the same.
turned on Monday.
tear of the building.
The Greatest Strike.
There is considerable uneasiness
The following dispatch from Tacoma
Much might yet be said coneoruing tlie premises and planting shade trees,
The No. 9 Wheeler & Wilson sewing
among stockmen in tills vicinity on
machine at Hewitt Bros., is the best 1
Among the great strikes that of Dr. Miles
machine in the world.
in discovering his New Heart Cure has I will only add that the school is well the building, the apperaance would lie account of tlie continual bad wcatiier.
proven itself to be one of the most impor
Spring, glorious spring will soon be
S. Howorth & Co. are sole agents for
The demand for it has become aston supplied with appatatus in addition to , very inviting. The school is not sup upon us, and with the hillsides covered
to commit suicide this eve tant.
Oregon and Washington for Mrs. Lo- attempted
ishing Already the treatment of heart a fine organ purchased by the school. plied with necessary apparatus.
gon's California Vitalizer.
ning by shooting himself in the right disease is becoming revolutionized and Prof. Geo. A. Peebles is principal and Jennie Larson taught the spring term. in their new mantle of green, all nature
unexpected cures effected. It soon
E. Briedwell has moved his machin temple, but is not seriously injured. many
Mr. Wilbur Cook is the present teacher. will rejoice, and Salt Creek, where so
relieves short breath, Buttering, pain in the
ery into his new place of business, the Mrs. Glandon refused to say anything side, arm, shoulder, weak and hungry teacher of the 1st grade, Miss Burnett , No. 51 is the Bellvue district. The many boats have ¡terished, will dis
building lately vneated by Martin A about the matter. As Dr. Fox broke spells, oppression, swelling of ankles, 2d grade, Miss Peeters 3d grade, Miss
charge its surplus and go rushing and
smothering ami heart dropsy. Dr. Miles’ Wood 4th grade, Miss Cook 5th grade, building was at one time considered a
tearing on its way to the sea, and
in tlie door, Glandon said to his wife: book on heart and nervous diseases free
Marion Carter and wife will return “I told you this was going to happen; The unequalcd new Heart cure is sold and Miss Green 6th grade.
Amity, the city of peace, will wake up
East with Mr. Carter, Sr., soon. The
i guaranteed by Rogers Bros, also his Restor-
No. 41 is situated mostly in the hills . time when it will be necessary to re-
physicians recommend the change for you expected it” Glandon has been; , ative Nervine for headache, fits, sprees, hot seven miles west of McMinnville. The , pair and enlarge the old building or and get a move on itself and the howl
of the inossback will tie heard, not
here about a week, and formerly lived * flashes, nervous chills, opium habit, etc.
original site of the school house was in ! erect a new one; it is now poorly seated withstanding the fact that we have one
Samples of Dr. Miles' Restorative in McMinnville, where his father re-,
the western part of Happy valley, but
Nervine at Rogers Bros’. Cures head sides. Glandon Sr., was notified of his ■
I good blackboard. The grounds are of the finest agricultural districts in
The following is the deportment of a few years ago the district was divided
ache, nervousness, sleeplesslcss, neural son’s act by telegraph. Russ bad been
ample, well fenced and only need old Yamhill county. “Yea verily.”
gia, fits, etc.
drinking, but people say, who know pupils in district No. f 0 for month end the western part retaining the number, some outlay in the lino of repairs, the
All goods at the Red Front are war him, that he is a man who docs not ing Friday, Feb. 20: Ninety-five and and the eastern part organized as No. planting of shade trees, etc., to make
ranted. If they are not just what we drink to get drunk.”
over, Fannie Duerst, Mary Bones,
this a lieantiful location. T. E. Arm The winter has been very warm and
recommend them to lie return them and
Mr. Glandon is known to the people Rosa Bones, John Duerst, John Delash could be made fairly comfortable by strong taught the spring term, Mr. pleasant.
get your money back.
of this city, although he has not bean a
The salmon briars and huckleberry
Bail the fall term.
Wright’s Blackberry Cordial should
i Yocum, Katie Lebold, David Kirby, painting. The desks are rough, home No. 52. This district is located about brush are in bloom.
he kept in every house. Invaluable in resident of this county for two years.
; Barbary Duerst, Mary Gilson, Joseph made, and very uncomfortable. The
in all relaxed conditions of the bowels.
Will be Given Away.
Stock is going through Jhe'w inter in
six miles north of North Yamhill,
Bones, W. Bones, Willie Duerst, Wiliie room is partially supplied with appara and is familiarly known as “Pike,” fine condition.
Sold by Rogers Bros.
The number of buildings already un Our enterprising druggists, Rogers Bros., Gilson. Carey Gilson, Ada Yocum, Ma tus. Mr. E. J. Hufford taught tht fall though when or why it was so named
There will la? several new buildings
der contemplation are about 20. who carry the largest stock of drugs, per- rion Delashmutt, Allie Delashmutt, term of school.
erected in the town of Woods early in
'umeries, toilet articles, brushes, sponges,
Work on these will commence as soon etc.,
No. 42 is the smallest district but two
are giving away
large number of Charlie Connor, Ray Connor, Benj.
people of this district are alive to their the season.
as the material can be procured.
trial bottles of I)r. Miles’ Restorative Ner Bones, Daniel Bones. Eighty to nine in the county; yet the people have built
The sawmill is running every day,
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. H. Burnett, of vine. They guarantee it to cure headache, ty, John Bones,Maudie Gilson, Rodney a small, but very comfortable house, educational interests. The house is
nervous prostration, sleepless
cutting out house bills.
Salem, were in the city this week vis dizziness,
the ill effects of spirits, tobacco.codTeo. Lebold, Mary Duerst, Clarence Gilson, finished and painted throughout. The
iting Mr. Burnett’s mother, who cele ness,
The steamer Augusta is expected in
etc. Druggists say it is the srreate^t seller
desks are home made, but in good con ated on a hillside overlooking a small
W ilber C ook ,
brated her seventy-fourth birthday they ever knew and is universally satif fac i Sallie Bones.
Nestucca bay in a few days with a car
Teacher. dition. There is no apparatus in the ance. Mr. Louis Fryer taught the go of merchandise from Portland, Mr.
tory. They also guarantee Dr. Miles’ New
Heart Cure in all cases of nervous or or-,
schoolroom, but knowing the people
.S. A. Manning has returned from ganic
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
D. A. Findley ordering the principal
heart trouble, palpitation, pain in 1
have the Interest of their school at spring term.
Salem and now has the pleasure of side, smothering, etc. Fine book on “Ncr-1
of the cargo wbich.he will open up
seeing all his hard work count for vous and Heart Diseases” free.
heart, I am sure needed apparatus will
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
lying in Polk anil Yamhill. It at prices to suit the times.
naught, because of the ruthless pen of
CT Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Al Phelps the old merchant of Woods
was thought by some at the time the
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup sie Keen taught the spring and fall
left here some four months ago,
All who know themselves indebted
Walter Link has been appointed tions. and positively cures Piles or no terms. This district is situated on tbe
to Elsia Wright, are hereby requested
pay required. It is guaranteed to give road leading from tbe South Yamhill fail for lack of support, it being, numer leaving his business unsettled, has
to call at his harness shop and settle
perfect satisfaction, or money reftind-
ically, very small, but quite a good never yet been heard of. Some of his
the same without delay. Short settle U. 8. Booth has been appointed tern-1 ™. Price 25 cents per box. For sale valley to Gopher valley.
friends think lie lias met with foul
ments make long friends.
porary quartermaster sergeant.
No. 43, situated on the hills almut school has been sustained most of the
by Rogers Bros.
I nine miles from McMinnville, has a time since its organization, and it is play.
No one can afford to do without
Capt. Crangle ¡of the schooner John
Wright’s Myrrh Tooth Soap. It clean temporary band master with ranl< of
house large enough for the needs of the now quite a good district. This dis
ses the mouth, purifies the breath, pre sergeant.
Registered trotting stallion Alblcore district, but is unfurnished. The desks trict is known by tlie euphonious name McCullough of San Francisco, is here
serves the teeth and makes them beau
Privates Eecleston, Rowland, Green, (2854) by Al wood (572) by Almont (33), are home made; the apparatus consists of Lone Star. Mr. M. F. Allison looking after the wrecked ship Struan.
tiful. Sold by Rogers Bros.
dam Lady Lightfoot by William's Bell of globe, reading chart and unabridged taught the spring and .summer school. in the employ of Agents Herman &
Tbe Yamhill Rod and Gun club will Mann, Toney, Cooper, Wallace, Baker founder (62).
Possesses great speed, dictionary. The article most needed No. 54 is situated on the western Mayer. The captain is one of the best |
meet at the office of the T elephone -
story tellers it has l.icen our lot to meet |
R egister on Thursday night at 7 band duty. Band practice at the ar strength and endurance. Splendid dis in the building just now ¡»slated black I part of the Chchaleni mountains. The for many a day. He will probably sell'
house is rather a poor one and
o'clock. Business to lie transacted. mory every Wednesday and Thursday position, no superior in harness, sure board.
the wreck for what lie can get ns she
I<et all the members show up.
nights. Regular drill nights Tuesday foal getter. Apply to
| No. 44, known as the Hewitt school poorly seated. The directors, however,
The Best Remedy—Wright’s Paragon and Friday nights of each week.
I. C. M osher ,
j house, Is situated about two miles north |
We hope to see the McMinnville ■
Headache Remedy. Stops pain in live
; : with apparatus. Mr. Chas. Hanson
minutes. Harmless, tasteless, no ill ef
on our streets again this sea-'
; said, the school house is no credit to
fects. A positive cure for headache and Runs high at Rogers Bros.’ drug store
son. Think they will be more success-,
is now in charge.
neuralgia. Sold by Rogers Bros.
over System Builder, as every body is !
No. 55 is a joint district lying mostly ful than they were last fall, for the old I
—D ellabough —In San Fran thrifty community who arc really in
The snow in the mountains is some using it. For Catarrh of the Stomach, F iske
Washington county. The school- cow is dead and they learned how to I
on Fell. 12, 1891, G. Herbert terested in school affairs in all other re- [
thing awful. Tbe men last down from Dyspepsia, Constipation and Impure' cisco
and Miss Belle Carse Della- spects. This hovel, crowded full of I house is in the town of Gaston: only kill geese while here last fall. Come
the Jones mill report from 7 to 10 feet. Blood ami to build up the system it! Fiske
| seven pupils are in Yamhill.
, again boys, and by tbe way, bring our
Mr. Flett was reported as lying down certainly possesses wonderful merit; liough.
children, is no longer fit to be called or
Miss Dellabough is known to many
, leather medal along w ith you.
talking to himself and when Jem does when all speak so well of it.
(to be continued.)
that there must be considerable snow.
The Firemen’s Fair will begin at the j of our old reidents, as the family at one in as grand a county as Yamhill. The
Notice to Taxpayer».
O. O. Hodson desires all those who
Those goods stolen at the Red Front opera house on Thursday and Friday i time resided in this city.
are indebted to him to come in aud-
grocery store have been returned. They nights of next week. ' The money
I Taxpayers are hereby notified that settle their accounts. This request must
| directors, however, have shown a com- the tax roll of the city of McMinnville,
Down Goes Flour.
were marked so low that there was no raised by this means will go on the
be complied with at once to save trouble.'
profit in them. The proprietors are payment to be made on the new appa
; mendable spirit in supplying appara
Attorney's fees and court expenses I
green and now is the time to buy lie- ratus. Thi, fair will be no exception to
The McMinnville roller process Hour tus, they having this year added a Oregon, has been placed in my hands count up very fast, and can be saved if;
for tbe collection of taxes thereon, and
the others; they have all been pleasing will be sold hereafter until further no
fore they bust.
you will heed this notice.
globe, unabridged dictionary and read
affairs, and this will be a success, in so
The Old Folkes concert at the college far as the firemen and ladies are con tice for $3.80 per barrel. Triplett A ing charts for the use of the school. The that said roll will remain in m.v hand»
chapel Friday night promises to lie a cerned. To be financially a success it Cook have tlie agency for McMinnville. proposition to build is being agitated, for the perioil of thirty days, during | After carefully examining into the
every kind of spring
first class entertainment. Nearly forty must lie patronized by th'c people of the
| It can also be purchased at the mill for and for the sake of all concerned I hope which period I will be at my office at tooth harrow made in the United States
students arc to take part. Concert be city.
McMinnville National Bank between ! we have chosen what we believe to be
; the same price.
gins at 8 sharp. Reserved sents can l>e
the effort will be a success. Miss M.
the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p, m., daily, the very best. They have now arrived
procured at Martin A Sanders’.
Dayton people are agitating a tele-'
and we invite you to inspect them. '1 o
<». A. R. Custer l’ost.
to receive and receipt for taxes.
The youngest daughter of Dr. E E.
Launer is now teaching.
them is to admire them. Martin &
Dated this 25th day of February, A. i ' see
Goucher died last week of diphtheria. and McMinnville. The line can be put
No. 45, situated about two miles ’ D. 1891.
Hall corner of Third and F streets,
J. W. C owls ,
There has been only three cases or so of up for about 5300 and the instruments
Only one in the United state*.
tbe malignant type of the disease in can lie hired fron the Bell company for McMinnville, Or. Post meets on the south of Sheridan, was for years a small
the city so far during the winter, and it $60 or $80 per year. This project’ is a second and fourth Saturdays of each district; but during the present school
Out of 1307 cough syrups manufactur
is hoped that there will be no more.
year, considerable territory lying in;
Mlles* Nervine Liver Pill».
towns should take some united action month at 7:30 p. ni. Transient com-
Polk county has been attached to this ict on a new principle—regulating tbe ed in the United States, but one has
, miles cordially invited to attend.
Frank Bros, have definitely arranged in this matter.
for the establishment of a branch house
district, thus forming a joint district. liver, stomach and bowels through the been found to be entirely free from opi
J. B. G ardner , Commander.
Impure blood and low vitality will
A new discovery. I)r. Mile's Pills ates, and that is the California Positive
in this city. The place of business will
It is to be hoped that now the old nerve«. cure
bilhonsncs’s. bad taste, torpid
lie in Elsia Wright’s building. One make fearful inroads on your Health. SHILOH’S Vitalizer is what vouneed for schoolhouse with its stacks of lumber speedily
liver, piles, constipation. Cnequaled for and Negative Electric cough cure,
of the younger Frank brothers will be
constipation. loss of appetite, dizziness and
children. Smallest, mild which is the best on earth for coughs,
called desks L9°
them e eight feet in est, surest! 50 doses,
manager, while J. W. Ballinger will blood and build you up. Sold by ilog- all syiuDtoms of dysj
lyspepsia; price 10 and 75 calle<1
25 cts Samples free colds, croup, etc. Sold bv Roger- Bro«.
> a modem I at Rogers Bre«
Governor Pennoyer has received offi
cial notice from Hon. Janies G. Blaine,
secretary of the state department at
Washington, of the apportionment of
representatives in tlie fifty-third and
each subsequent congress under the
eleventh census. It was issued on the
10th day of the present month, and
bears the great red seal of the state de
partment witli the usual amount of
red ribbon attached, and also the secre
tary’s autograph—which resembles
more the first scribbling of a beginner
in penmaaship than anything else.
The number that will lie entitled to
seats in the national house on the con
vening in December, 1893, will be ap
portioned as folliws, Alabama 9, Ar
kansas 6, California 7, Colorado 2, Con
necticut 4, Delaware 1, Florida 2, Geor
gia II, Idaho 1, Illinois 22, Indiana 13,
Iowa 11, Kansas 8, Kentucky 11, Lou
isiana 6, Maine 4, Maryland 6, Massa
chusetts 13, Michigan 12, Minnesota 7,
Mississippi 7, Missouri 15, Montana 1,
Nebraska 6, Nevada 1, New Hamp
shire 2, New Jersey 8, New York 34,
North Caoiolinn 9, North Dakota 1,
Ohio 21, Oregon 2, Pennsylvania 30,
Rhode Island 2, South Dakota 2, Ten
nessee 10, Texas 13, Vermont 2, Vir
ginia 10, Washington 2, West Virginia
4, Wisconsin 10, Wyoming 1, South
Carolina 6. This important document
was filed with Secretary of State Mc
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