The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, March 05, 1891, Image 3

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County School Notes.
“King of all” spring tooth harrows
YAMHILL PUBLIC SCHOOLS built last year and one term of school
i at Martin & S indent,.
íí
‘ taught, Mies Minnie Potter lieing the
The teachers' examination last week
For good fresh bread, pies, cakes, etc.
INTERESTING ITEMS
BY
ENTER-
SEPT. BAKER REPORTS THEIR CON teacher.
I
was
unusually
difficult.
There
were
29
5,
1891
go the Red front bakery.
March
No. 70 is a joint district of
rr.i«iNG correspondent *».
DITI ON.
Don’t fail to see the Gale Disk Har­ applicants; of these two received 1st.
Yamhill; only six scholar«
grade certificates, five 2d grade, four­
row
at
Martin
&
Sanders
’
.
FOSTOFFICE HOCKS.
! Yamhill.
Carltun Votes a School Tax of SloOO, and
Earnest, Competent and Zealous Men and
The Red front bakery is the place to teen 3d grade and eight failed to pass
No. 71 is a joint district lying in Ma­ Danre« Upon the 17th—Newherg School
From 7 a m. to 7 p. m From 7:30 p.
The superintendent’s report, as pub Women nre Teaching the Young Ideas
|
get
your
money
’
s
wortli.
tu. to 8:30 p. m.
rion and Yamhill; only six sholars are Dlalriet ha« 33» Children. Which De­
"^X7*as a Question aslced us Recently.
Money order hours from 7 a. ni. to 6 p. m.
When you want to insure your prop­ fished in the T elephonl -B egister , How to Shoot—»A Creditable Showing residents of Yamhill.
notes Industry and rrogreM—A Far­
Sunday from 12 tn. to 1 p. m
is
already
producing
good
results,
as
by
Districts-
—
New
Schoolhouses
With
erty
or
get
a
loan
be
sure
to
see
H.
J.
Mail south closes at 9:50 a. tn. Mail
No. 72 is a joint district lying in mers* Alliance to he Orgnillred at Sorth
numerous directors have called upon Good Accommodations on Every Hand.
Little.
north closes at 2:30 p. m. and 9 p. tu.
Yamhill and Washington. There are Yamhill.
Mail tor 5:45 a. tn tram closes evening
Mr.
Bakerand
signified
their
intention
First class baled timothy hay for sale
; four pupils in this district living in
before at 9 p nt
—
in quantities to suit. Enquire of J. to build new houses or repair the old
Yamhill.
Sheridan and southern Tillamook mail Wisecarver.
Continued from last week.
CARLTON.
ones.
Expressions
like
the
following
closes at 11 a m.____________________ _
No. 73 is a joint district lying in
The best, freshest and cheapest gro­ have been used without number during No. 56. This is a new district formed
The weather is good.
ceries tn the valley are at the Red Front the past week in talking about the re­ of territory taken from other districts. Yamhill and Tillamook counties, with
CHIRCH NOTICES.
eleven pupils living in Yamhill.
grocery store.
A tax of $1500 wa» voted at our school
There
was
some
objections
to
the
organ
­
port:
M ethodist ErtscorAL C hcbch --Services
The No. 9 Wheeler A Wilson sewing “That was a rough sendoff you gave ization of this district, particularly from No. 74 is another joint district in meeting Monday.
everv Sabbath at 11 a. m and 7 :W> p m.
Sunday School at 9:30 a. m 1’ra. er meet­ machine at Hewitt Bros., is the best us, but it is true.” “You will not get No. 9, but affairs being adjusted, the Washington and Yamhill with two
D. J. Pearce and 8. F. Cottle were j
ing Thursday evenings at 7:30.
muchine in the world.
the new officers elected at the school:
another chance to write us up in that new district not only moved on in ad­ pupils reported as living in Yamhill.
R et J. T A bbett . Pastor.
8. Howorth A Co. are sole agents for kind of style.” “Come and dedicate vance of No. 9 In matter of improvment No. 75 is similar to 74, with no pupils meeting.
C’VMBEBLA.«» Pr.ISBYTEltlAX CltfBCU —
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. n>. and 7 p Oregon and Washington for Mrs. I.o- our new schoolhouse; it will he ready but takes rank among the best in the residing in Yamhill.
We had the pleasure of meeting our j
gon
’s California Vitalizer.
tu Sunday School at 9:30 a. >n.
No. 76. The survey establishing the old friend Mr. Wm. Galloway of Mc­
county. It has a complete schoolhouse,
R ev W hat K sowlus , Tastor
by
Sept,
this
year.
”
Don
’
t
call
our
The price of wheat has advanced ma-
B« rTisT C hcbcii . -Service« every Sabbath terially since the Gale Disk Itarrow was house a woodshed again, we are going finished throughout, and furnished boundary line between Polk and Yam­ Minnville, the guest of Mr. John Hen­
at 11 a m. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday School at introduced into this market.
to build a woodshed and paint the with improved desks of the very best hill, whereby Yamhill's boundaries drix last Sunday.
9;35 a. m.
R ev K. M c K hlot , Pastor.
were extended, made another joint Mr. F. A. Jackson, Miss Ida Wood­
Nervous debility, poor memory, dif- schoolhouse this year." “You ought pattern; it ls also well supplied with district necessary, and now No. 76, of
CuatsTiAS C hckcii services every Sabbath
cock, C. Hendrix and family all took
apparatus.
It
only
needs
a
well,
wood
­
deuce, sexual weakness, pimples, cured to have written us up long ago."
at It a. m. and 7 p nt
R ev D b . B. F F cllxb , Pastor
by Dr. Miles’ Nervine. Sample« free
shed and a fence around the premises Yamhill, forms a part of No. 9, of Polk. dinner nt Mr. John Hendrix’ last Sun­
Tlie Greatest Strike.
at Rogers Bros. 6
day.
to make it a model country school
McMinnville Grange, No. 31, P. of II..
This closes a brief statement of the
Look out for W. A. Howe'« big ad
All
goods
at
the
Red
Front
are
war
­
meet in their hall the first and third Satur­
Among the great strikes that of Dr. Miles property.
day of each month at 10a. m. Visitors ranted. If they are not just what we in discovering his New Heart Cure has
No. 57 is situated on the hill called school districts of this county as I found soon.
recommend them to be return them and proven itself to be one of the most impor­
cordially invited. J. R B ooth . Master.
them during my visitations the past
Mr. Lou McCaskey came home from
Mrs. H. A. H embree . Sec.
get your money hack.
tant. The demand for it has become aston­ the “Highlands,” above Sheridan. year. It is with pleasure that I note
J—
Monmouth last week to have the mea­
The house is another wretched affair
ishing
Already
the
treatment
of
heart
Sing a song of sixpence,
disease is becoming revolutionized and to be called a public schoolhouse; but the improved condition of a large ma­ sles and he is having them in good
TIIE MARKET REPORT.
COME AND SEE US
A pocket full of rye;
many unexpected cures effected. It soon
jority of school premises in tho county
(¡0
If you want a bill of furniture.
relieves short breath, fluttering, oain in the poor as the house is the desks are worse. and only call attention to the few not earnest.
Potatoes ................... P bu I o 50 tu
.50
to
3
00
Prof.
Davis
of
Lafayette
will
organize
Go to Evenden’s and buy.
side, arm, shoulder, weak and hungry There is nothing here to repair. New
Chickens, young
yet abreast of the line of progress, hop­
spells, oppression, swelling of ankles,
old.......... * < doz 3 50 to 4 OO
All who know themselves indebted smothering and heart dropsy. Dr. Miles’ throughout and this year of action for ing that the year 1691 will find the lat- a singing school at Carlton next Wed­
10
(Clear sides "fl lb.
nesday evening.
8
to
Elsia
Wright,
are
hereby
requested
book on heart and nervous diseases free No. 57, at the annual meeting oil the
Bacon 'Shoulders r1 lb
to
12
to call at his harness shop and settle The unequaled new Heart cure is sold and first Monday in March, The school is ter class falling into line with such im- Carlton will trive a grand hop on
( «unis F Io .... 10
10
. . a jlnlOpd pails
the same without delay. Short settle­ guaranteed by Rogers Bros, also his Restor­
provmentsas will he a credit to the March 17th.
8
to
10
(In & gallon tins
ative Nervine for headache, fits, sprees, hot partly supplied with apparatus. Miss
ments make long friends.
county
and an honor to the people. In
2.5
flashes, nervous chills, opium habit, etc.
Eggs.
V dozen
We heard a grouse boot last Sunday.
Nellie Gardner taught the fall term.
75
The Best Remedy—Wright’s Paragon
Butter, Creamery. V roll
the next issue I. hope to devote some
The wild flowers are ready to bloom.
No.
58.
This
is
one
of
the
remote
Butter, dull, fresh
roll 60
State Board of Equalization.
Headache Remedy. Stops pain in five
space to the higher institutions of
20
Brine ......
¥ pound. 15 to
districts, being situated oil the hills
minutes.
Harmless,
tasteless,
no
ill
ef
­
NORTH YAMHILL.
7
6 to
Dried apples, dull, * pd.
fects. A positive cure for headache and An excellent law passed by the legis­ above the Willamina. Though the learning in Yamhill.
8
Dried plums, dull. * pd.
6 to
neuralgia. Bold by Rogers Bros.
10
lature, and the only one ou the assess­ country is new and only partly devel­
The [Jury List.
Dried prunes, dull. V pd.
9 to
Theodore Hauswirth, of Tillamook,
12
Drledpeaches.dull. * pd 10 to
Those goods stolen at the Red Front ment and taxation question, was that oped, educational affairs are not allow­
is
spending a few days with ills many
105
Flour........ ......... fl sack 100 to
grocery store have been returned. They authorizing a state board of equaliza­ ed to suffer, considering the surround­ The following jurors were drawn on friends here.
were marked so low that there was no
Monday, March 3, 1891, to serve at the
Miss Jessie Ward, of Forest Grove,
I.ocal and General.
profit in them. The proprietors are tion, one member to I m ? elected from ings. The house is fairly good. Miss
green and now Ls the time to buy bc- each judicial district. The “funny” Jesse Van Tress taught the school the next session of the circuit court, which is visiting at Mrs. Stott's.
The county court Is in session.
convenes on March 23, 1891.
' fore they bust.
schemes to escape taxation, such as as­ past year.
Our genial barber, E. E. Coalstock,
Buy a Gale Disk liarrow at Martin A
AMITY.
O. O. Hodson desires all those who sessing mortgages at 50, 75 and 80 per No. 59, lying on the extreme north­
has been quite ill for several days. T.
Banders’.
are indebted to him to come in and cent and scaling down assessment rolls ern boundary of the county, is among Grant Alleu, R. A. Cochran, C. R. C. Buckingham and H. V. Stott nre
Henry Eccleston is very sick with settle their accounts. This request must 20 and 25 per cent, as has been done in the new districts of the county. The Jack.
also on the sick list.
lie complied with at once to save trouble.
pneumonia.
CARLTON.;
Chas. Jump left thi3 place last Satur­
Attorney’s fees and court expense» several counties, will receive a quietus. house is in much need of repairs. Tlte
E. A. Manning, formerly of this city, count up very fast, and can be saved if To the credit of Lane county it can te desks are home made and, like most of Win Geldard, C G Scott, J II Walk- day for Portland, where he has secured
is here on a visit.
you will heed this notice.
said that her county courts have never such desks, are much too high for the cr, J T Fryer, W L Hanna.
a position in one of the commission
Mr. and Mrs. Marion Carter left yes­ Chas. Grissen left on Tuesday's after­ adopted such unwarrantable measures. pupils. It is well supplied with appar­
DAYTON.
bouses of that city.
terday for the east.
noon train for Germany. He will be­ The members of the board will lie ap­ atus. The pole bridge at the door; John Jones, Albert Odell.
1
The public school exhibition was well
Chas. Holntan has a fine full-blooded gone until July and while in Ge many pointed by Gov. Pennoyer, to hold ri n- should be removed, good steps supplied !
EAST CHEHALEM.
attended.
Quito
a
sum
was
realized
for
will look up the sugar beet industry.
Jersey calf for sale.
and the premises fenced. A good slat­ John Clemensen.
the library.
He goes expressly for the purpose ol til the election next June.
J. B. Piette has returned front the visiting his parents, who he has not
ed blackboard should lie purchased at
LAFAYETTF.
Notices are posted up in town invit­
ltucklen’s Arnica Salve.
east and will locate in Vancouver, seen since his arrival years ago in this
Claude Ferguson.
once. Mr. E. Rogers taught the fall
ing
farmers and those interested in
Wash.
country.
M’MINNVILLE.
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, term.
tanning to meet at Williams' hail on
On the first of April Fritz, the pho­ On Friday evening, March 27th Miss Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
No. 60, called the River Side school,
Chas Allen, F Barnekoft", J J Collard Saturday, March 7, for the purjMsx’ ol
tographer, will open up a gallery in Margaret Grace Scriber, of Salem, as­ Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Chas
Palmer, J R Longaere, Hiram organizing a Farmers’ Alliance.
is
situated
between
Sheridan
and
Wil
­
this city.
sisted by the pupils of the public school Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup-1
lamina. Like all buildings when oc­ Rumniell, S F Harding.
At the regular annual school meeting
D. A. Wallace is just recovering from of this city, will give one of her popular tions. and positively cures Piles or no
NORTH YAMHILL.
of district No. 16, held at this place last
an attack of measles and his wife is readings. * The entertainment will pre­ pay required. It is guaranteed to give cupied before being finished, this one,
sent something new in every particu­ perfect satisfaction, or money refund­ though comparatively new, has a dilap­ Robt Hanning, Joseph Williamson, Monday, a one and one-half mill tax
now quite sick with the same.
lar. A fine programme is being ar­ ed. Price 25 cents per box.' For sale idated appearance and is rapidly de­ Wm Shepherd.
was voted, J. M. Bunn was elected di-
Thos. Rogers came down from Amity ranged, and an enjoyable evening is as­ by Rogers Bros.
creasing in value The criticism con­ I
SHERIDAN.
Tuesday to take F E. Rogers’ place in sured to all attending.
wetor and Lee Laughlin clerk. The
To all Sufferer» From Chronic. Narrons cerning the desks in No. 30 is applica­
Roger« Bros’ drug store, F. E. being
Geo Graves, B B Branson, John controversy in regard to the boundary
Tonight
the
Fireman's
Fair
will
open
nnd
Particularly
Uectal
Diseases.
sick.
ble here. The desks, particularly as to Eberall.
of the school house block was referred
in the opera
house.
Tomorrow
L. P. Pond of Corvallis is visiting his night the usual program of a fair will
WEST CHEHALEM.
to the board of directors for settlement
Dr. J. B. Pilkington, Surgeon, Ocu­ height of seat, is out of all proportion,
daughter, Mrs. D. A. Wallace,and can­ be given. Tonight a neat musical
—thus leaving tills question just where
vassing the town for a book on the late program has been arranged; the best.of list and Medical Specialist of Portland, being entirely too high. The school is J C Nelson, L F Hall.
WILLAMETTE.
it was before.
R amona .
Indian war.
the local musical talent will appear. will be at the West Side hotel, Mc­ partly supplied with apparatus but a
W H Wood.
Jonas Howell was severely injured Mrs. John Evenden will also help the Minnville, from 10 a. m. of Wednesday good blackboard is much needed. The
WILLAMINA.
last week by the hand car, upon which program along. It will be a treat and March 11, to 10 a. m. of Thursday premises is fenced and has a nice loca­
be was riding, leaving the track. His you should not miss it.
tion on the banks of the South Yamhill J D Stephens, H Z Foster, R L Booth.
(10
a.
nt.)
March
12,
1891.
Lovely weather.
back was hurt.
The annual school meeting was held
The Pulpit and the Stage.
Eye, Ear, Neuralgia, Rheumatism river, and by planting a few shade trees
George Mitchell is putting in a lot of
Wright’s Blackberry Cordial should Monday at the school bouse and IL and all Piles, Fissures, Fistulas and coule be made a beautiful spot. Miss
tiling on his farm.
be kept In every house. Invaluable tn Nelson was elected director to fill the
Minnie Potter taught the spring term;
Rev. F. M. Shrout, pastor United
iu all relaxed conditions of the bowels. place of Mr. Grissen, whose term had Rectal ulcers will be given a specialist’s Mr. O. P. Lee the fall and winter term. Brethren church, Blue Slotind, Kan.,
W. M. Gumm, who is working ou
expired.
Rev.
Hoberg
was
elected
|
Sold by Rogers Bros.
i examination Free. Over 500 cases of
clerk. a
A utx
tax oi
of o 3 mtns
mills was vorea
voted upon I
etera.
„.ui.«..»
i
No. 61, situated in the mountains of “I feel it my duty to tell what wonders the Oregon Land Co.’s fruit farm at
Dr. King’s New Discovery has done for Salem is down on a visit.
J diseases cured without using
In Portland last Saturday u messen­ the district. The attendance was good,:
ger boy enquired: “Is the thelves’ de­ showing that an interest is taken in the ! kmte or ligature. Any amount of McMinnville near the Eagle mills, lias nte. My lungs were badly diseased,
New buildings are going up.
a
hard
struggle
for
existence.
During
and
nty parishoners thought I could
tective agency in this building?” He affairs of the public school.
1 references.
The spring of school at the academy
live
only
a
few
weeks.
I
took
five
bot
­
probably meant Theil’s.
Miss Agnes Sweet's school there were
tles of Dr. King’s New Discovery and opens to-morrow.
New Millinery Store.
but eight pupils In the district to at­ am
For Sale.
Sadly tolled the bells Wednesday
sound and well, gaining 20ibs in
Henry Austin is clerking for .Morris,
They announced the death of Mrs.
tend school. The people have built a
Grand opening of the branch millin­ Registered trotting stallion Albicore school house that is, considering the weight.
Miles & Co.
Tucker, mother of Hiram Tucker. Old
Arthur Love, manager Love’s Funny
age was the cause of death.
ery parlors of Bullock & Flynn, of (2854) by Alwood (572) by Almont (33), sparsely settled district, a credit to the Folks combination, writes: “After a
There was a large turnout at the last
dam Lady Lightfoot by William’s Bell­
Portland,
on
Dstreet,
McMinnville,
at
thorough trial and convincing evi­ horticultural meeting and a good time
The city council will buy the fire de­
district.
They
are
anxious
to
have
as
Possesses great speed,
dence, I am confident Dr. King's New was had in discussing tho «praying of
partment* 500 feet of new, "best quality the old stand of Davidson & Miller, founder (62).
Our Competitors Disk Harrows aro blown out of
linee. This has long been needed and Monday, March 9, 1891, under the man­ strength and endurance. Splendid dis­ much school as jiossible. There is a Discovery for consumption beats ’em fruit trees.
good
deal
of
good
land
in
that
part
of
the Market and their shades may be seen
all,
and
cures
when
everything
else
the fire laddies are jubilant.
agement of Mrs. 8. Wells, late of San position, no superior iu harness, sure the county, and the condition of the fails. The greatest kindness I can do
Miss Effie Tolson has returned home
foal getter. Apply to
Judge L. Loughary will move his Francisco.
my many thousand friends is to urge from Lafayette,where she has Leon vis­
district in the near future may lie much them
family to Moscow, Idaho, in a short
I. C. M osher ,
to try it.” Free bottles sit Rogers iting her brothers.
time. Mr. Loughary reports that Mc­ The ladies of McMinnville and the Feb. 10, 1891.
improved
by
immigration.
Reedville, Oregon.
Bros. Drug store. Regular size« 50c.
surrounding country are respectfully
O. M. Coffin has gone* to Salem to
Connell is politically dead In Idaho.
No. 62 is a joint district lyingin Mar­ and Jil.
LIKE
work in a job office.
Impure blood and low vitality will Invited to attend our grand opening in
ion and Yamhill, only a small, portion
Down Goes Flour.
Lou Hill ha« returned from his visit
make fearful inroads on your health. this city on the above date. Our stock '
Graduate* Will Become Teacher*.
lying in Yamhill.
Wright’s Sarsaparilla will cleanse vour consists of the latest styles of millinery
East.
The
McMinnville
roller
process
flour
No.
63,
Originally
a
part
of
No.
41,
is
'
blood and build you up. Sold by Kog­ novelties, selected by our own buyer
Hou. F. C. Moore, of St. Helens, was
will l>e sold hereafter until further no­ situated about five miles west of Me-1 An important law »fleeting college
ers Bros.
in the easterii markets expressly for tice for $3.80 per barrel. Triplett & Mlnnville. The house, a fairly com­ graduates of Oregon was passed at the at this place last week.
Mrs. B. F. Fuller is once mone able
recent session of the legislature. It
A good time to graft now; raise your
to be about. Two weeks ago Sunday our Port.and trade. With our facilities | Cook have the agency for McMinnville, fortable one, was, until quite recently, provides, “that all persons who shall
own trees and then you will know
iK. plircha'se<l st the mill for poorly seated and furnished; but at my
she slipped and fell on the Ice breaking for purchasing in the manufacturing | it can
complete a required course of study and
the arm bone, near the wrist of the centers we feei conft ieut of bs'ng ab e the same price,
last visit the directors ordered a full receive a literary degree therefor in any what you are getting.
right arm.
to furnish a better class of goods and at I
Newberg school district has 332 chil­
supply of the best double desks made, institution for learning of collegiate or
dren that will draw public money the
No one can afford to do without lower prices than have ever been offer- ■ SHI LOH'S Vitalizer is what you need for with separate or individual settings,
lo-s of appetite, dizziness and
Wright’s Myrrh Tooth Soap. It clean­ ed in this city. B ullock & F lynn , : constipation,
university grade, chartered or incorpo- eoming school year; can any town in
?.n'¿’yU.'ntomi of dVipepri
, psi-a; price 10 and 75 together with teacher's folding and
ses the mouth, purifies the breath, pre­
95
Alder,
cor.
'
th.
Portland,
and
|
cents
tier
Sold by Howorth and Co lock desk and fine bracket globe, and ruted under the laws of the state, and the county of its size beat that?
per
bottle.
Hold
serves tlie teeth and makes them beau­
shall have passed such examination
D street, McMinnville.
tiful. Sold by Rogers Bros.
Will be Given Away.
, ten linear yards of best slated black thereon as may be approved by the The pupils of tile academy have giv­
I
en several entertainments lately which
Tlte sheriff' desires the people of Yam­
i board cloth. Now with a woodshed
Fireman’s Fair Programme.
Our enterprising druagints, Rogers Bros., aud new fence the premises will Ite in state board of education, shall be en­ were splendid.
hill county to know that the unpaid
Descriptive circulars mailed on application.
who carry tlie largest stock of drugs, per-
titled to receive a state diploma, as is C. I’. Tolson and wife of Lafayette
taxes will become dilinquent unon the
The
programme
to
be
given
by
the
good
condition.
■
umerics,
toilet
articles,
brushes,
sponges,
first of April 1891. Save costs by pay­
now authorized by Jaw, and after six
etc., are giving away a large number of
firemen to-night is as follows:
No. 64. Until the year 1887 this dis­ years of successful teaching in the state were down on a visit yesterday.
ing your taxes before that time.
trial bottles of Dr. Miles' Restorative Ner­
J. B. David wont to Portland yester­
Instrumental
Duet
—
Mrs.
Annie
Ev-
vine, They guarantee it to cure headache, trict formed the east half of district No. of Oregon, shall lie entitled to a state day.
Roof A Fletcher are the proprietors
McMinnville and Dallas. Oregu:.
dizziness, nervous prostration, sleepless- 27. The proposition to divide the dis­
of a fine Jack which has but lately ar­ euden, Miss Josie Gortuer.
life diploma, as now provided by law,
We would like to have some one to
h«w r Fuller
’ V10 effects
spirits,
tobacco.cuffee,
rived from the blue grass region of Vocal
v otai Duet
uuei ( v ’ nas.
untr, miss Kate
ivue ' i ness
etc
etc. Druezista
Druggists sav
say it
it is
is tho
the matMt
greatest «ollor
seller trict was hotly contested, but the “sep­ when they shall have paid the required start a cash store here,
Kentucky. He willbe at the service ofthe Tzeal»o.
they ever knew and is universally satisfac­ aratists” carried the day. The new
foe for said diploma.
farmers of this vicinity from now on.
The sawmill is a sure thing now.
They also guarantee Dr. Miles'New
Instrumental Solo—Miss Josie Gort- tory.
Heart Cure in all cases of nervous or or­ district set about building, and there
S.
T. Smith was at Portland last week
Specimen Cases.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at Mrs. ner.
ganic heart trouble, palpitation, pain in was no half-way work done. No com-,
Wm. Henderson’s on Saturday, the 7tb
getting a new stock of good«.
:. Fine book on "Ner- promise as to legitimate cost, and there
Trio
—
Walter
Evenden,
J.
G.
Ballin-
»¡de.
smothering,
etc.
lust. All members aro requested to be ger, H. Ballinger.
S. H. Clifford, New Cassel, Wis.,
'vo>”
Hcart Discasci" frec'
is now one among the best school was troubled with neuralgia and rheu­ The grouse are hooting.
present, as there is special business to
C. F. Moore is having a lot of grub­
Born.
attend to.
N. A. J acobs , Sec.
Vocal Solo—Miss Kate Leabo.
bouses in the county,furnished through­ matism, his stomach was disordered,
Male Quartette— Walter Evenden, i
Land for the use of the people on the
out and furnished with the best of pat­ his liver was affected to an alarming bing done.
stallion show day has been kindly J. G. Ballinger, John Evendeu,H. Bal- S avage .-On Dayton Prairie Yamhill ent desks; nor did the work stop here. degree, appetite fell away andhe was The Cbehalem debating society
! county, Oregon, Feb. 25,1891, to the
greatly reduced in flesh and strength. has Fadjourned till November.
granted by Granville Baker. This linger.
show will be largely attended, as num­ Instrumental Solo—Mrs. Annie Ev- wife of A. T. Savage, a nine pound The entire “campus” was fenced with Three lxittles of Electric bitters cured
Following are the officers elected in
boy.
him.
a
strong
plank
fence,
a
good
woodshed
erous horsemen say their prize horses
enden.
Edward Shepherd, Harrisburg, Ill., school district No. 35: Daniel Grubser,
will be there.
nicely
painted
and
a
well
supplied
C'cuuty Sunday School Convention.
bad a running sore on his leg of eight director, N. L. Wiley clerk; district No.
Mixed Quartette—John Evendeu, J.
with a pump. The school is also well years'
The T elephone -R egister has put
standing. Used three bottles of 29, Geo. Christenson, director, N. C.
H.
Nelson,
Misses
Nellie
and
Josie
I
in a new steam jobber of the latest im­
The Yamhill County Sunday School supplied with apparatus. This is one Electric Bitters 'and seven lxixes of Christenson clerk. District No. 32, J.
proved pattern and the office is now Gortuer.
l Convention will hold its annual meet­ of the best country districts in the Bucklen's Arnica salve, and his leg is Hash, director, 8. Rrutscher, clerk.
prepared to do all kinds of printing
and well. John Speaker, Ca­
Vocal Solo—Walter Evendeu.
ing in Dayton, Oregon, March 10 and county. Miss Alice Downing taught sound
from the smallest visittng card to a
tawba, O., had five large fever sores on
R ose .
Medley.
three-sheet poster.
! 11, 1891, beginning at 1:30 p. m., Tues­ the spring term; Miss Alice Hunter is Ills leg, doctors said he was incurable.
now
in
charge.
Beware
of
Ointment*
for
Catarrh
That
day
the
10th.
An
interesting
program
One
bottle
Electric
Bitters
and
one
box
Probate Court.
A fellow by tlte name of J. Gordon
Contain Mercury.
was arrested Tuesday morning at La­
I has beeu prepared and every one who No. 65. This is another small dis­ Bueklen's Arnica salve cured him cn-
fayette and brought to this city where
Estate W H Bingham; first senti-an- attends will, no doubt, lie well repaid trict, in the vicinity of the Nestucca tivrel. Sold by Rogers Bros.
as mercury will surely destroy the sense of I
he is confined in tlte county jail. He nual account approved; pro rata pay-1 for their time. .. Each
»niell amt completely derange the whole
..............................
school in the mills. Owing to the altitude school
Appreciated.
is suspected of burglarizing the store of
system when entering it through the mu-1
county is entitled to one or more dele­ can only be successfuly maintained dur­
bbus surfaces. Such articles never should
J. L. Vickery and the saloon of Frank ment ordered.
Estate of W. C. Mason; will admitted gates. Let all come prepared to make ing the summer months. Miss Lelah
The fame of Oregon’s principal and be used except on prescriptions from rep
Giltner.
u table physicians, as the nantage they will
to probate and Sarah B. Mason appoin­ this the best convention ever held in Carr taught the summer school.
most valuable fish has become world do
is ten fold to the good you can possibly
We have just received direct from the
factory a carload of fine vehicles which ted executrix. Bond fixed at $6000; Yamhill county. Come prepared to No. 66. This is the smallest valley wide. The Aitorian says that in Paris derive from them Hall's Catarrh Cure,
by F. J, Cheney A- Co . To |
we have had built to order and made bond approved and Jacob Wortman, speak on the various topics, and remain school In the county. It is situated an acquariumis maintainedfor the pur­ manufactured
ledo, O.. contains no mercury and is taken I
especially to suit this trade. We be­ W. D. McDonald and M. F. Fenton until the close of the convention.
near Bellevue on the cast, and has the pose of breeding fish for replenishing internally, and act» directly lipon the blood
lieve we have the finest and best select­ appointed appraisers; inventory ap­
smallest house in the county, although the rivers of France. A quantity’ of and mucous surfaces of the system. In
ed stock ever brought to this city, and
Worse Ilian
buying Hall's Catarrh Cure bo sure vou gel |
proved
;
petition
to
set
apart
personal
I found but eleven pupils In attendance Columbia river salmon are kept In a the genuine It is taken internally, and
believe we can verify it. Call and ex­
Leprosy
is
Catarrh,
and
there
is
but
property
to
widow
allowed.
tank
specially
constructed
for
tho
pur
­
is made in Toledo, Ohio, by F- J. t'lieney
amine them. Martin A Sanders.
(and there arc but nineteen in the dis­
A Co.
Estate of W. F. Perkins. Final ac- one preparation that does cure that dis­ trict) I found the house too small for pose of artificial breeding. As a result, uysold
by Druggists, price 75c. per bottle.
Miss Fisliborn, of Newberg, while in
ease, and that is the California Positive that number. It is impossible to main­ more than 200,000 healthy fish are
,
count
allowed
and
administrator
dis
­
attendance at the teachers’ exatnina- i
and
Negative
Electric
Linament,
sold
charged.
Notice to Taxpayer«.
tlon last week at the eourt house, was
tain any thing like an even tempera­ transferred to the river Seine every
seriously injured by a large piece of Estate of Josephine Klouchek, report by Rogers Bros. It also cures neural­ ture in so small a room. Mr. L. Root year.
stucco work, which fell from the ceil­ of sale of personal property allowed.
gia, rheumatism, headache, sprains taught the spring term; Miss Ella Green
Taxpayers are hereby notified that
ing. A deep gash was cut in her for-
Accident at McCoy.
burns and all pains. Try it and tell the fall term.
• the tax roll of the city of McMinnville,
Military Matter.
bead. A physician was called and
your neighbors where to get it.
i Oregon, has been placed In my hand« 1
dressed the wound. Had it hit her
No. 67 is a new district situated in
Clarence Gibson, a young man living! for the collection of taxes thereon, and ,
square she would have been killed.
Captain Raleigh, of Troop A,cavalry,
the northwestern part of the county in
S100.000 to Loan.
with O. G. Shurtleff, near McCoy, met' that said roll will remain in my hands
Custer Post and Relief Corns will attended the drill of Co. B Tuesday Money to loan upon real estate in the lumber region. It is a small dis­ with a painful accident Wednesday1 for the period of thirty days, during
give a sociable at tbelr ball Friday even­ night.
trict representing twenty-one scholars.
ing, March 13. A short program will
Chas. McKinney has t>cca elected Yamhill county, for a term of years.
Miss Martha Hodge taught the sum­ evening of last week, which came near : which period I will be at my office at
be tendered, after which a 10-cent lunch secretary of B company; 1’. D. Glenn For terms write to or call upon F. W. mer school.
resulting in his death. He was chop-1 McMinnville National Bank between
will be served to all who wish, the pro­
Fenton, attorney at law, McMinnville,
ping wood when the axe slipped and i the hours of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m., daily,
j
treasurer.
No. 68, formerly a part of West Che-
ceeds to be used in buying flags for
Oregon.
The uniform and guns for the com-
each society. All are cordially invited
balem district, is a newly organized struck his foot, the blade going entirely to receive and receipt for taxes,
through that useful member. Some of i Dated thi« 25th day of February,
to attend.
j pauy will be here soon,
CATARRH cured, health and sweit district, but is making a good start. A
M rs . N ettie U ngerman , j The state forces will go into camp breath secured hv Shiloh’s ca tarrh remedy comfortable and well-furnished schoo- the bones were badly shattered and i D. 1891.
J. W. C owls ,
i
Chairman Executive Com. W. R. C.
Price 50 cents. Nasal injector . ree Sold bv
City Treasurer,
j this summer for the first time.
house has been built. The directors some of the arteries cut. He nearly
ON EXHIBITION AM) FOR SALS
i lloworh A Co
bled to death before aid could reach i-----------------------
The directors of the fair association
have recently supplied the school with
Only
one
In
the
United
States.
•
SHILOH'S
Catarrh
Remedy,
a
positive
met yesterday and considered the ad­
but he is now doing well.
That Hacking Cough can be so quickly
cure for Catarrh. Diptheria and Canker
visability of selling off some of their Out of 1307 cough syrups manufactur­ cured by Shiloh's Cure W e guarantee it. good slated black board, Webster’s un­
I Mouth. Sold by Howorth and Co.
Sold
by
Howorth
and
Co.
abridged
dictionary,
reading
chart,
Miles’ Nervine Liver rills.
property and applying the proceeds
to
tho indebtedness.
The com­ ed in the United States, but one has
glove and one dozen erasers. Miss tet on a new principle—regulating tlic "Haekntetaclk," a lasting ar.-i fragrant
mittee instructed to survey the been found to be entirely free from opi-1 Sleepless nights made miserable by that Vinton taught the spring term; Miss liver, stomach and bowels through the perfume Price Si anil 50 cent«. Sold hv
McMinnville. Oregon.
cough ¡Shiloh's cure is ’lie remedy
nerve«. A new discovery. Dr. Mile'« I’ills Howortli and Co.
property find that 14 acres can be sold ates, and that ls the California Positive terrible
Davis the fall term.
speedily cure billiousness. bad taste, torpid
without interfering with the present and Negative Electric cough cure, ‘ for you. Sold by Howorth and Co.
No. 69 is a newly organized district liver, piles, constipation. I'fleoualed for THE REV Geo. II. Thayer, Bourbon
unds used. This is desirable resi-
i
A nasal injector free with each bottle of
man, women amLchildren. Smallest, tnild Ind . says: "Both myself an 1 wife owe
and can easily be sold which is tho best on earth for coughs, I Shiloh's
catarrh remedy. Price 50 cents. in a newly settled part of the county est. surest! 50doses, 25 cts Sample» free our lives to Shiloh's Consumption Cure,
colds, croup, etc. Sold by Rogers Bro«. I Sold by Howorth and Oo
gold by Rogers Bros
far up the Willamina. A house was at Rogers Bro«
.
1-kjS Market lit.. San Francisco, C<1.
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER
r -
WHY do you advertise; It don't Pay
You, does it?”
“ Of course it does.’’
“ Land Sakes! I thought you did it
to help the papers along.’’
“Not inueh; we advertise to help our­
selves; knowing that every dollar
we spend in the right kind of ad
vertising will pay us handsomely."
Right here let us remark that our Stock is well se­
lected and complete in every particular,
Accuracy!
Competency!
PURE DRUGS!
Rogers Bros.
Druggists.
BLOWN SKY HIGH I
BY A MIGHTY GALE
THE GALE DISK HARROW !
Straddling Through the Air
HOLMES SUNDAY PANTS
THE GALE
Is the Newest and Best DISK HARROW
In the Market.
Dust Proof Bearings; High Spring Seat; Leaves no
Ridge in the Middle; Don’t Fail to See it
MARTIN & SANDERS
AWARDED
ilso HS
ONLY GRAND PRIZE
Do Xot Fail to see these
Machines Before
Purchasing*.
Dejm i WortaîBÜp,
fa ic Jep.
HEWITT BROS..
ONLY PERFECT
$EWIHC
PACIFIC COAST AGENCY,