The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, December 03, 1891, Image 3

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    Deeds Recorded.
On the opposite side of the sheet was I
the following:
Chas D Jump to Wm Manchester
Last Tuesday forenoon the farm resi­
There is also $67 in my pocket besides 190 acres d 1 c Wm Dempsey in sec 25,
If you intend to by- an organ or piano
H.
C.
COOK
MURDERS
J.
H.
STINE
dence of Mrs, C. E. Robertson, at
my months pay in the pay car. See t 2 s, r 4 w; $1200.
3, 1891 cal) on C. Grissen.
December
Unionvale, six miles south of Dayton,
me neatly buried. I am your friend,
AND THEN KILLS HIMSELF.
Eliza N Lynch to John Lynch, 56
The body of J. H. Stine was taken
was destroyed by fire, with all that it
do not mourn me as I am of no use.
to
Independence
for
interment.
acres in t 4 s, r 4 w; $1000.'
rOSTOFKICE HOUKS.
contained. Mrs. Robertson was out in Flie Act of an Insane Man-—No Provoca­
H enry C ook .
Carry the largest Stock of Drugs
Safe crackers are at work in Salem
S L Parrett to Henry Parrett, lot 4,
From 7 a m. to 7 p. m From 7:30 p. Our night watch should keep his eyes the yard at the time the fire occurred tion Whatever—Walking Down the Rail­
The above letter was found by Jas. blk 5, also pt of blk 5, Dundee; $150.
in the County;
di . to 8:30 p. m.
and did not discover the fire until it road Track He Suddenly Draws a Re­ Neville, E. W. E. Livingood and H.
Money order hours from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m. peeled.
John B David to Harrison Crater,
had
gained
such
headway
as
to
be
be
­
Campbell,
section
hands,
all
of
whom
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p. m
The bank of commerce at Junction
volver and Commences to Shoot.
lots 5 and 6, blk 12, Central add to
Mail south closes at 9:50 a. m. Mail city opened its doors for business this yond control. She rushed into the
Make a Specialty of Prescrip­
identify the handwriting as that of H. Newberg; $40.
north closes at 2:30 p. m. and 9 p. in.
house to try and extinguish the flames Sunday, November 29th, at about Cook.
In
the
pockets
of
Cook
was
Mail for 5:45 a. m train closes evening week.
tions;
’
B F Burch to John Nelson, sJ of n el
before at 9 p m
First Lieut. Faison of the 1st Inf. is or save such articles as she could, but 3:30 p. tn. the news reached this city found
$64 15, he having proba­ sec 31, 12 s, s 2 w, 80 acres; $200.
1
Sheridan and southern Tillamook mail in the city recruiting for his regiment. it was too late; the house and contents
bly spent $2 85 at Amity for whiskey.
Oscar Faulconer to Sarah M Drum-
closes at 11 a in.
A sergeant, corporal and a private ac­ were doomed to destruction. She went that a tragedy had occurred near Whites 1
Make a Specialty of Private Rec­
Station. A reporter from this paper,in He
- did not have a family and as yet no meller, lots 6, 7 and 8, blk 3, Bi bees add
company him.
out
and
called
to
some
men
who
were
relatives
have
been
found.
He
was
a
ipes;
company
with
several
other
young
men
1
CHURCH NOTICES.
to Sheridan; $600.
A family arrived in town last week at work in the drying house near by.
member
of Lincoln-Garfield Post,G. A.
of
this
city,
immediately
borrowed
a
1
from
Iowa.
They
come
seeking
health
Katie
G
Ferguson
to
Z
E
Perkins,
M ethodist E piscopal C hurch —Services
every Sabbath at 11 a. m and 7:00p tn, and will more than likely make this The men ran to the burning building handcar and started for the scene. Up­ R., of East Portland, and was in good lot 4, blk 15, Lafayette; $400.
Offer you Lowest Prices;
and did wbat they could to save prop­ on arriving at White’s Station it was standing.
Sunday School at 9:30 a, m Braver meet­ their permanent home.
He served through the war,
<
Z E Perkins to Chas Carlson and
ing Thursday evenings at 7:30.
erty.
By
this
time
Charley
Robertson,
in Co. A 35th New Jersey Win Johnson, lot 4, blk 15, Lafay-ette;
Rev. T. H. Henderson of Sheridan,
learned that the shooting had taken enlisting
<
R ev J. T A bbett , Pastor.
will speak again in the Christian church who had been plowing some distance place about a mile south on the track. Inf. The body of Cook was brought to
Devote ourselves strictly to our
CuMBBBLAiro P resbyteriax C hurch — Tuesday
$400.
evening, Dec. 8, 1891. A cor­ from the house arrived on the scene,
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. nt. and 7 p
this
city
Sunday
night
and
the
G.A.R.
Own Business;
A
few
minutes
brought
them
to
the
1
Oliver
F
Burch
to
Samuel
Phlster,lot
dial invitation is extended to all.
m Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
with some neighbors. All that was
Post of this city took charge of it, ship­
R ev W iley K nowles , Pastor
The elevators of tlie east are filled saved from the house was a gold watch spot. In the ditch on the west side of ping it to Lincoln-Garfield Post on 55, Hurley’s sub-division; $305.
B aptist C hurch .—Services every Sabbath with the great crop of grain and the
the track lay the body of J. H. Stine, 1
Miss Mary Walling to W G Buffura,
Adopt the Latest Methods of Dis­
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday School at railroads are blocked. This is the great­ small album and perfume case, and a editor of the Whiteson Advance, a Monday afternoon.
pt d 1 c E C Williams in t 5 s, r w; $60.
9,55 a. ni. R ev R. M c K illop , Pastor.
est crop in the history of the United small amount of lumber torn from the newspaper lately started, with a bul­ J. H. Stine is known to many in this Edgar Poppleton to Judy- Gray 120
pensing Medicines;
building. The house had been remod­ let hole in the back of his neck. His city.
Several years ago he worked on acres in t 3 s, r 5 w; $300.
McMinnville Grange. No. 31, P. of H., States.
1
meet in their hall the first and third Satur­
It is rumored at Whiteson that Cook eled about three years since and was head was toward the north and he lay 1 the Reporter while in the hands of the J 8 Hibbs to R B Hibbs the nJ of n
Keep posted in our business;
day of each month at 10 a. ni. Visitors shot Stine because of some remarks in valued at $1200; insured in the State
Bros. Drink was his curse, w} and s e} of n w] and n wj of s e]
upon his back with his hands tightly Snyder
!
cordially invited. J. It B ooth , Master.
the
latter
’
s
paper
about
Cook
and
the
Insurance
Co.,
of
Salem,
for
$800.
Mrs.
he was a man. He leaves a and the n ej of sec 16, t 3 s, r 6 w, 320
Mrs. II. A. H embree , Sec,
clinched over his breast. Beneath him otherwise
1
woman with whom lie boarded. How
(Keep faith with our friends and
much truth there is in the report we Robertson was badly burned on the was his gold headed umbrella. On his wife and one child. When the Inde­ acres; $4000.
head, shoulders and hands. Dr. Odell forehead was a bruise, the result of strik­ pendence Post of G. A. R. was organ­
Local and General
are unable to state.
customers and deal strictly
Investment Co to Rosa Bell Guild
Miss Marguerite Griffith, of Clymer, dressed the burned parts and she is suf­ ing a tie as be fell. Death was instantan­ ized in tiiat city he was elected its first blk 9. Oak Park add to McMinnville;
upon honor.
Al Hussey, of Portland, spent Sun­ Oregon, was married on Friday last to fering no great inconvenience there­ eous. About 15 feet south lay the body commander.
Very little can be learned $700.
'
day in this city. •
L.H. M’ Malian, editor of the Wood­ from. Mrs. Robertson was preparing
of his military history and it is doubt­ F H Gregory to George Bently lots
of
H.
C.
Cook,
section
boss
of
the
nar
­
H. J. Little is talking of going into burn Independent Miss Griffith is a to move to Portland within a week or row gauge line. In his right hand, ful if he was eligible to membership.
5, 6 and 7, blk 14, Rowland’s add to
sister of Mrs. G A. Peebles and has nu­
the livery business at Falls City.
two,and liad a large lot of canned fruit, tightly grasped, with his finger on the It is said that he was a member of the McMinnville; $800.
merous friends in this city.
A number of our sports left for Wap­
apples and other family supplies in the trigger, was a 38 Smith & Wesson long Pennsylvania reserve during the war,
I B Gentry to Charles Fisher 37.50
A number of Polk county hop farm­
c innville regon
ato lake on the early morning train.
ers have sold their crop, 29,000 pounds, house, as had also Charley, her son, barrelled revolver. He lay on his back resembling the O. N. G., and did not acres in 15 s, r 6 w, $937.
Tlie Monmouth Democrat lias pulled to Herren & Levy at 15 cents. Others who was to occupy the building—all
between the rails, the right arm lieing see active service. Stine has the repu­ Levina A Watt to Mary Jane Jonah
up stakes and gone to Dufur, Oregon.
are holding 30,000 for a rise and some went up in smoke—there was an abun­
against the east rail. In the right tem­ tation of starting more newspapers in 4 1-20 acres in John Watt die; $200.
Ross Holman, of Oregon City, spent have shipped direct to London. Next dance of roasted potatoes, etc., there
this state than any other man in it.
8 A Manning to W T Shurtleff’lots
Thanksgiving with his parents in this y-ear, says the Itemizcr, will see in­ after the fire. Another house will prob­ ple was a bullet hole and in the left
creased acreage.
breast was another. He also was dead. He was erratic and of a wandering dis­ 1.2,7and 8,blk 16,Johnsadd to McMinn­
city.
ably be built on the place soon -Dayton There was one witness to the affair and position and as soon as he had estab­
ville; $1500.
The Waldo lulls coal tunnel is now
The next term at the college will be­ Herald.
from him we learned all the facts. Sun­ lished a paper and placed it upon a pay­ Louisa Burch to W T Shurtleff 33.87
120 feet and the coal is improving in gin next Monday. It will be a favora­
quality.
ble time for new students to enter,since
Assessment Differences.
day morning J. H. Stine, H. C. Cook, ing basis he would sell out and move to acres in 14 s, r 4 w; $2116.87?.
there
will
be
a
number
of
new
classes
Jas.
Neville, and several other people some other field.
W. Shurtleff has sold his interest in
B F Munroe to Flavel M Sumner lots
at that time. The last cata- That there was reason for the creating
His killing by Cook can not be ex­ 291 and 292 Dayton; $1009.
the Force block to Capt. Handley, of organized
living
at Whiteson walked to Amity for
loge will gladly be sent to anyone who a state board of equalization is seen by
this city.
the purpose of having a drink or so, as plained except that Cook was insane
United States to < ’has F Barrett 81.21
may wish to examine it.
a comparison of the assessment rolls as the town of Whiteson is a dry town. and being contemplating his own death, acres in t 3 s, r 2 w.
The A. O. U. W. lodge meets on Fri­
day night this week. Election of of­ Messrs. Rhodes & Rhodes have received from the several counties of Upon arriving there they entered tlie as he drew the pistol to kill himself,Stine
Rudolf Wenger to Robt Hertig 145.32
bought out the office and business of the state. These rolls come to the sec­
ficers. Be there.
saloon and had two drinks around, just a few steps in advance proved too acres in t 2 s, r 3 w; $1750.
Messrs. Shurtleff & Little, of this city,
A meeting of Camp Hembree, Indian and will carry on at the same old stand retary of state in all condition, showing
tempting a mark for his weak brain
Mary A Bry-an to A E (Keas land in
war veterans, will be held in Lafayette a general real estate, insurance, collec- that no two county assessors have the Stine and Cook purchasing a small and the shot was fired at Stine. If the
flask
of
whiskey
apiece.
About
noon
Willamina; $30.
tomorrow at one o’clock.
tio i and Ioan business. Business left same understaning of the assessment
Stine, Cook and Neville started for other man had not started on the run
A B Mayes to D O Durham, W J
Two lady cousins of Mrs. Chas.Kline with them promptly attended to.
law, perform their work in the same home. They were not intoxicated and immediately Cook probably would have Rogers, and A R Mays, directors of
have arrived from Sweden. They are
Dr. L. A. Kent’s family, consisting manner, or put anything like the same tlie conversation was on commonplace shot at him.
delighted with the country.
dist No. 46, 1 acre in t 4 s, r 4 w; $15.
of mother and sister,arrived last Thurs­ valuation on property of the same kind.
Mrs. Garvin, the lady to whom
Emma Moore to Amelia E Kinslow
A young lady desires a situation in a day and are at home in Jas. Flett’s In adjoining counties horses are as­ topics. On Saturday, the day before,
private family. Call at residence of M. new house on First street. The Rose­
the Advance, of which Stine was tlie Cook left his belongings, has been pt of A G Phillips die, sec 15, t 3 s, r
J. Henry, in rear of court bouse.
burg Review says: “Dr. Kent is a skill­ sessed at $20 or $50 as the whim of the editor, had suspended publication, and keeping a boarding house in Whiteson 2 w; $4400.
Tom, the Chinaman, has leased the ful physician and has a host of friends assessor may dictate. In some coun­ the conversation was on this when they and Cook has been boarding there for
Estella Worthington to A B Faul­
laundry to another Mongol. Tom will in this county who wish him well in ties horses are assessed at $53 54 and in entered the cut about a mile north of the five months past. She was in the coner 24 acres in t 5 s r 6 w; $600.
his
new
location.
”
keep a lodging house in Portland.
in others at only $19 48. The highest Amity on the broad gauge. Stine was city Monday and wanted the’property
ltucklen’s Arnica Salve.
The Whiteson Advance plant is own­ The state board of equalization should assessment per head on cattle is $17 35 walking three or four paces in advance immediately but was told by the coro­
ed by the Land company. They are now be in session. One of the reasons and the lowest $10. The different as­ talking about his paper and Cook and ner that she could not have it until the
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
now looking for a man to take charge. for not being is that only four of them sessors value sheep all the way from
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Neville were together in the rear. Ne­ proper time.
were there on time and it takes five to
Rhodes Bros, have purchased the make a quorum. Besides there are six $1 05 to $2 per head and swine from ville said that he was walking along
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Strong Witnesses.
business of Shurtleff <t Little in this of the counties in the state that have $1 40 to $4 09. Is there any justice or
witli his head down, paying no atten­ Among tlie thousands of testimonials Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup­
city. Their ad appears in another col­ not yet sent in their assessment rolls.
equity in this? And the assessors are tion to the other men, but listening to
umn.
cures by Dr. Miles’ New Heart Cure, tions. and positively cures Piles or no
Yamhill is one of them.
all operating under the same law.— the conversation. Wanting to make a re­ of
is that of Nathan Allison, a well known pay required. It is guaranteed to give
Monday evening, Dec. 7, will be in­
Tuesday noon this section of the Statesman.
By Nature, But Realize that
stallation of officers of order Eastern
mark, he raised his head and saw Cook citizen of Glen Rock, Pa., who for years perfect satisfaction, or money refund­
shortness of breath, sleeplessness, ed. Price 25 cents per box. For sale
Star. All members are requested to be country was the scene of a heavy thun­
with
a revolver in his hand, pointing it had
THE
CRUEL
AVAR
IS
OVER.
derstorm.
Very
vivid
flashes
of
light
­
pain
in
tne
left
side,
shoulders,
smoth
­
present.
ning with regular roars of house shak­ But there is a world of human interest at Stine. Before he could cry out or at­ ering spells, etc.; one bottle of Dr. Miles by Rogers Bros.
Several other towns in the state have ing thunder. With this a large amount
tempt to do anything tlie revolver ex­ new heart cure and one box of Nerve
About a Thousand Dollars a Month.
followed McMinnville and have had of hail fell. This is the first hard storm in Major Calhoun's reminiscence entitled ploded and Stine reeled into tlie ditch. and Liver pills cured him.
Peter
"A
Prisoner
of
War.
”
Watch
these
col
­
pumpkin pie sociables. About time for of the season. It lasted but a short
Jaquet,
Salem,
N.
J.,
is
another
witness
The divorce granted the other day in
He started on the run immediately and who for twenty years suffered with
another.
time, the sun coming out and melting umns for the opening chapter.
after going a very short distance fell to heart disease, was pronounced incura­ tlie Benton county circuit court to Mr.
John Hendrick, living near Lafay­ the hail stones.
by physicians, deatli stared him in John Foster, upon payment to his wife
ette, will leave next week for Eastern
Henry E. Doscli, of Portland, recent­ BUYERS’ ANU BUSINESS DIRECTOR. the ground. He was up in an instant ble
Oregon, for an extended visit among ly elected treasurer of the state board of
and started again, but fell. During this the lace, could not lie down for fear of of $6000, as a sequel to a marriage of
relatives.
If you expect to purchase an organ time he heard two more shots. He fin­ smothering to death. Immediately af­ May and December only a few months
horticulture to fill the vacancy- caused
ter using the New Cure he felt better
The shooting match last week be­ by the death of R. 8. Wallace, has filed call on C. Grissen.
ally righted himself and made quick and could lie down and sleep all night, ago, Mr. Foster being 71 and the bride
We claim to sell more goods than any other Imple­
For sale.—Baled rye grass hay, Bried- time to Whiteson, where lie informed and is now a well man. The New cure 17. Any pity for either party in this
tween Fletcher ami Long resulted in a his bond of $10,000 with the governor
ment
house in the Valley.
as
required
by
law.
The
lioard
will
victory to Long, the score lieing Long
well & Henderson, Amity, Or.
the people of the above facts. A num­ is sold, also free book, by Rogers Bros. transaction is wholly wasted. It proves
hold its annual meeting the second
36, Fletcher 33,
If you want to save money go to J. ber of people started immediately and
to have been a clear ease of bargain
Tuesday of January, at which time of­
A PRISONER OF WAR.
Prof. J. B. Horner, having been ten­ ficers for the ensuing year will be elec­ P. Irvine’s for your groceries.
and sale, and only the two persons to
the bodies were found as descrilied.
dered a position in the agricultural col­ ted.
Major
Alfred
R.
Calhoun
relates
a
Those pies, cakes, etc., at the Red The coroner was sent for immediately
lege has resigned the prineinalship of
personal experience in a most interesting the contract can know which one was
Front bakery are sure to please.
the Albany public schools.
and people remained witli the bodies manner. It will be published in this cheated the more.
Cupid’s littlo arrow struck an old
J. P. Irvine lias the finest display of in order that they could not be disturb­
L. N. Powell and family arrived here target Thursday. Abner D. Limbocker,
Merit Wins.
paper. Watch for the opening chapter.
And we Purpose to Stay there.
from Texas. He is a farmer and will aged about 55, and Mrs. Belvale, aged toys ever brought to McMinnville.
ed before his arriual. The handcar
67,
were
united
in
wedlock
by-
Elder
L.
We desire to say to our citizens that
locate in this section, being very fav­
Y’ou can get Japanese goods for holi­ from this city arrived before the coro­
9
Mercer.
This
is
the
fourth'time
Mr.
for years we have been selling Dr.
orably impressed with the country.
day presents, cheap at Mrs. Gailups.
Yamhill Newspapers.
Linobocker has taken the “important
ner. The coroner immediately empan­
King's New Discovery for Consump­
S. C. Force will vacate the rooms in step” and Mrs. Belvale has had no less
Kuns’ Red Front bakery is tlie place elled the following jury: G. W. Craw­
tion,
Dr. King’s New Life Pills, Buck-
The
little
town
of
Dayton,
Yamhill
front of the armory and they will be than six husbands. They start out in to get your fresh bread.
len’s Arnica Halve and Electric Bitters,
ford,
C.
Shipley,
W.
E.
Cox,
D.
A.
rented by the company. This will life rich in experience, but likely Cupid
Remember that Santa Claus' head­ Browne, C. N. Bennett, W. E. Iiivin- county, is to have anotiier newspaper, and have never handled remedies that
give the company a veiy good armory. will string his bow yet for another quarters
which leads the Polk county Observer sell as well, or that have given such
for holiday goods is at J. P.
good. The jury rendered the following to remark; “The sooner it is started, universal satisfaction. We do not hes­
W. J. Riley and Mr. Storey, two shot.— Corvallis Times.
Irvine’s.
And Pay no Tribute to Portland Jobbers, who
itate to guarantee them every time,
verdict:
prominent sporting men from' Port­ The word contest inaugurated by the
the sooner there will be a chance to and
Large
assortment
of
ladies
’
gold
for
years have robbed the farmers of Oregon.
we stand ready to refund the pur­
land, attented the shooting match in Peninsular stove company, Detroit and
Inquisition taken at Whiteson on the scratch down another obituary notice.
and ail kinds of other jewelry
chase price if satisfactory results do not
this city last week, and went home Chicago, which closed Monday, No­ watches
29th day of November, 1891, before By the way, what’s the matter with follow their use. These remedies have
at reasonable prices at Wm. Holl’s.
with a number of turkeys.
vember 2, was won by Miss Henrietta
John Evenden, coroner of Yamhill
won their great popularity purely on
If
you
want
good
health
you
must
The business bouses closed Thursday Lauer, of Eugen, Lane county, Ore., have good wholesome bread* and you county: Upon view of the bodies of H. Carlton, West Chelialem, Wheatland, their merits. Rogers Bros. Druggists.
Amity, Willamina and Bellevue, in
and the day was rather gloomy to the who constructed 471 words from the can always get that of J. P. Irvine.
C. Cook and J. H. Stine, then and Yamhill? They ought to have papers.”
Marriage Licenses.
newspaper men of this office. They word “Peninsular,” in accordance with
were hard at work all day. We were the rules of the contest. She will re­ Men and boy’s lioots at cost at Red­ there lying dead, upon the oath of six The ambition of the people of any town
I* too Large a Profit on Implement*. Port­
ceive
as
a
prize
a
“
Peninsular
steel
thankful to be overrun' with work.
mond’s.
good and lawful men of said county, is more to blame than anything else for The clerk has issued licenses to wed
range valued at over $106, which has
land
houses have made even more than thi*.
C. Fritz has rented the Thwait pho­ already been sent to her. Tlie com-
If you need silverware, knives,spoons who, being duly summoned and sworn the starting of papers in places where to:
tograph gallery on First street in Port­ pany state that another contest will be and forks of the best guaranteed qual­ to enquire into all the circumstances at­
there is no possibility of their earning Alice A. Hestor 18; Jas. W. Thomas,
land and will take charge in a week or arranged for the coming year.
ity call at Wm. Holl’s.
tending the deatli of tlie said H. C. a living for the publisher. The people 24.
so. His familj- will not move until
Redmond is closing out all the chil­ Cook and J. H. Stine, and by whom agree to furnish a sufficieut patronage,
Ada Hamnett, 20: G. O. Wooden, 28.
spring. This gallery will be rented or
Fred Schwatka was a Salem, Oregon dren’s cloaks at cost.
the
same
was
produced,
and
in
what
Nancy
Apperson 40; Dick Tifton, 57,
sold out.
Call and get ours.
boy, till Sam May got him out of the
which agreement is forgotten when the
See the brie a brae and other novel­ manner, and when and where the said novelty wears oil.
the last being Indians.
George Flett of Fargo, North Dakota, rolicking list on Seargeant Atch Wal­ ties
for the holidays at the Japanese H. C. Cook and J. H. Stine came to
brother of Jas Flett, of this city, arriv­ ler's book in the “Marion Rifles” in '65
Miles’ Nerve an<l Liver Pills.
Newspapers Endorse.
ed here Wednesday morning. He has aud forwarded him (by mail) to West Bazaar.
their deaths, do say upon their oaths
been In Portland some time with his Point. Perhaps one out of several hun­ All persons indebted to the under­ aforesaid that tlie aforesaid J. H. Stine
Act on a new principle—regulating
“
Educators
are
certainly
the
greatest
brother, who is sick at St. Vincent’s dred thousand that read of his recent signed will please call and settle their
of the race, and after read­ tlie liver, stomach and bowels through
Alaskan adventures and phenomenal accounts on or before January 1st, as came to his deatli at tlie hands of H.C. benefactors
hospital.
Dr. Franklin Miles’ popular works, the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
discoveries of rich stuff up here,will be­ we are in need of money and cannot Cook aforesaid, who then took his own ing
cannot help declaring him to be among Miles’ Pills speedily cure biliousness,
During the thunder storm of Tuesday lieve that he got his first hallucination
us.
life. In witness whereof, as well the the most entertaining and educating bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa­
lightning struck one of the tall poplar on the Walens, white liear and dog wait longer on those A. owing
J.
A
pperson
.
said coroner, as the jurors aforesaid, authors.”—New York Daily. He is not tion. Unequaled for men, women, and
trees in front of the residence of John sledge racket on the bank of the placid
Cook. Nearly every pane of glass in “Wall-hamit.”— Inland Republican.
C. H. Cook lias a full line of lawn have to this inquisition signet! their a stranger to our readers, as his adver­ children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50
the house was broken by the concus­
and grass seeds, also buckwheat flour, hands and seals on the day of the date tisements appear in our columns every doses, 25 cents. Samples free at Rogers
issue, calling attention to the fact that Bros.
sion. The tree was not destroyed.
graham, fresli corn meal, wheatlets.
Trees Struck by Lightning.
hereof.
G. W. C rawford ,
his elegant work on nervous and heart
Call
and
see
them.
A. L. Fryer and A. J. Edson return­
diseases is distributed free by our enter­
c. N. B ennett ,
ed to their homes in Carlton last Sat­ The lightning struck two trees near
The largest assortment of ladies’ and
prising
druggists, Rogers Bros. Trial
D. A. B rown ,
urday from a visit to Missouri. Mr. the farmhouse of John Pennington, children’s furs in town at Redmond’s.
bottles of Dr. Miles’ Nervine are given
C. E. A. S hipley ,
Edson was in town Tuesday and re­
away, also book of testimonials showing
You should go and see those Japanese
ports that very rough weather was ex­ about two miles south of town Tuesday goods
W. E. Cox,
that it is unequalled for nervous pros­
at Mrs. Gailups. They are sell­
perienced in crossing the plains and noon. One of the trees was a very tall ing cheap.
tration, poor memory, dizzineas, sleep­ J. V. S. is the only Sarsapar’Ia that old or
W. E. L ivingood ,
mountains.
one, over 150 feet high and badly splin­
lessness, neuralgia, hysteria, fits, epi­ feeble people should take, as the mineral potash
Jurors.
You
can
tell
fine
jewelry
when
you
which is in every other Sarsaparilla that e know
lepsy.
______________
There was a genteel and highly ap­ tered from tlie top to the ground. Sev­
J ohn E venden , Coroner.
see
it,
can
’
t
you?
Step
into
Wm.
Holl
’
s
of, is under certain conditions known to be
preciative audience at the court house eral panes of glass were broken from and inspect his stock
Notice.
Upon
examination
of
the
bodies
it
emaciating.
J. V. S. on the contrary is purely
on Monday night to listen to John the windows in the house, and Mr.
vegetable and stimulates digestion and creates
Lloyd Thomas, the prohibitionist.
A house and lot in a desirable loca- was found that the bullet which killed
As I ant compelled to have money new blood, the very thing for old, delicate or
Those present report it a very good Pennington, who was nearing home^ tlJA'in“ thTs city" for saleo’n reenable Stine had entered the neck about an
down people. It builds them up and
speech, from a prohibition stand j>oint witli a load of lumber, was knocked off terms. Enquire at this office.
inch below the base of the brain and by December 20th, I will ask those who broken
prolongs their lives. A case in point:
and entertaining even to those who do the load; but not stunned severely. Oc­
are
owing
me
to
come
up
and
settle
on
had
completely
shattered
the
spinal
Blankets of all colorsand qualities
not accept that theory.
currences of this kind are very unusual at Kay & Todds’. Better step in and column, causing instant death. The or before December 20th. By so doing Mrs. Belden an estimable and elderly lady of
510 Mason St, S. F. was for months declining so
The postmaster states that money is in the Willamette valley. The report look at them.
bullet lodged just beneath tlie skin un­ they will save trouble anil unnecessary rapidly as to seriously alarm her family. It got
continually coming to people in this of the stroke was plainly heard here.
expense.
F.
D
ielschneider
.
Several
novel
and
late
style
pieces
of
so bad that she was finally afflicted with fainting
der the jaw on the left side. The first'
city and very ^little going out. The
jewelry are displayed by Wm. Holl. shot fired by Cook at himself must have
spells. She writes: “While in that dangerous
money order business of the city does
lie Rode on the Blind Baggage.
Jewelry makes a very acceptable pres­
condition I saw some of the testimonitls con­
A Very Big Story.
not nearly pay the orders received.
been
the
one
through
the
breast.
This
ent for'Christmas.
cerning J.V. 8. and sent for a bottle. That marked
Wednesday $400 in orders were receiv­
Tuesday evening Will Work of Can­ the turning point. I regained my lost flesh and
ed by the people of the city, this neces­ Tlie Oregonian remarks that demo­ All parties desiring Oregon grown entered the left breast about one inch
sitating a draft upon the New York crats have a sovereign contempt for fruit trees should call on A. M. Dee, to the right and two inches above the ; by came up on the blind baggage of the strength and have not felt so well in years.”
That was two years ago and Mrs. Belden is well
post office for that amount.
newspapers. This is not so. The great­ who is handling stock from the Oswego left nipple. It missed his lieart by; California express. His clothes caught and hearty to-day, and still taking J. V. 8.
about an inch and would not have fire from the sparks and were burning
The tug of war will be held at the ar­ est daily papers in the United States nursery. All stock guaranteed.
mory Saturday night. The entertain­ are democratic. The array of republi­ Buckingham's dye for the whiskers caused instant death. The other shot I briskly, when his loud cries of pain If you are old or feeble and want to be built up.
ment will be free. J. E. Magers, John
can be applied when at home, and is entered the right temple and passed and despair, as well as the appearance Ask for
Hobbs, O. H. Irvine and G. S. Wright can editorial ability when compared uniformly successful in coloring a squarely through the head and lodged of fire attracted the attention of the en­
still challenge any four men in the city. j with the democratic array is very brown or black. Hence its great popu­
beneath the skin on the opposite side. I gineer and fireman. The train was Inn’e Ve«etable
If there are four men who are willing scant. Tlie greatest magazines have larity.
to pull they should be at the armory on
This undoubtedly caused instant deatli. I stopped and Work put in a passenger
Saturday night. The ladies are invited. j democratic tendencies. There are more You no doubt know how nice it is to As far as known there was no provoca-’ car. Arrived in this city, he was taken Jliy v Sarsaparilla
sleep
between
woolen
blankets
these
We haven’t the space to enumerate everything we carry in stock,
democratic
papers
read
by
the
people
After tlie pull the gymnastic apparatus
nights. Those 72x88 inch white | tlon for the deed and it was the spas­ to a physician, who found that his back Most modern, most effective, largest bottle. but will say that all the goods usually carried by a fi rate lass Grocery
can be used by all who so desire.
I of these United States than of any cold
Seine price. 11.00, six for *5.00.
all wool blankets at Kay & Todds’ modic act of an insane brain, caused by ! was badly scorched.
1 Store will be found here, and at prices as reasonable as auv store in the
Arrangements have been made by other political faith. The three great­ can’t be beaten for qualitty and price
SOLD BY ROGERS BROS.
, city. Below will be found a partial of what we carry:
which services will be had at St. James est papers on earth are the New York in this or any other city of the state. the too frequent use of spirits. Both :
A Safe Investment-
men were heavy drinkers but have
Episcopal church, of this city, in the ll’ortrf, Herald and Nun,all democratic. You can buy a pair for $7.50.
Is one which is guaranteed to bring
| Axle Grease.
Baking Powder of all kind*,
near future. The Rev. G. B. Van
never associated much together.
Settlement Notice.
Watter, of East Portland, will officiate
Candles,
Candies,
For some time past the section hands you satisfactory results, or in case of
Card of Thanks.
failure a return of pnrehase price. On
twice each month on week day even-
Catsup,
Canned Vegetables
have noticed that Cook lias been grow­ this safe plan you can buy from our ad­
AT
ngs, and the general missionary of this
It
is
now
the
time
of
year
to
settle
up
I feel it my duty in behalf of myself
Table Fruits,
Canned Fruits,
Chocolate,
Druggists a bottle of Dr. King’s
diocease will hold occasional services
accounts, and we take tins means of re­ ing more erratic and liis room mate vertised
New Discovery forConsumption. It is
Extracts,
Coffees,
on Sundays. It isexpected that a resi­ and children to express our sincere
Oat Meal,
said
that
lately
he
had
heard
him
mut-
j
dent clergyman for this mission will be thanks to all who so kindly assisted us questing all persons who are indebted tering and talking to himself during I guaranteed to bring retief in every ease,
Corn Meal, White and Yellew,
Rolled Wheat,
to
us
to
eall
and
settle
without
further
when
used
for
any
affection
of
Throat,
obtained in the not far distant future. i during our great loss.
Graham Flour,
Hominy,
the night.
Buckwheat Flour.
Lungs or Chest, such as Consumption,
notice. We are in need of money.
The literary and musical entertain­
W m . L ambert .
Split
Peas,
Pearl Barley,
Cook
was
an
unmarried
man
and
Intlamation
of
Lungs,
Bronchitis,
Asth
­
C ai . breath & G oucher .
ment at the college Friday night prom­
i McMinnville. Lafayette and Sheridan Flour.
j from the following letter found beneath ma, Whooping Cough, Croup, etc.,
Swifts Celebrated Lard,
ises to be one of special interest; con­
A PRISONER OF WAR.
Hams and Breakfast Bacon,
Died.
Oysters,
the quilt upon his bed, suicide had etc. It is pleasant and agreeable to
sisting of a declamation in Latin by­
taste, perfectly safe, and can always
Every line is full of human interest.
I Pickles.
(_
Mr. Royse, with a translation by Mr.
Syrup, in cans and in bulk,
been
premeditated. The letter is as be depended uixm. ..
Trial
bottle free at
L ambert —Mrs. A. E. Lambert, wife
..................
Lyman Latourette; the “scrap-basket” The remarkable adventures of fico fugi­
Soaps
Tobacco and Cigars, ,
Baskets,
of Wm. Lambert, of this city, on follows:
Rogers Bros’. Drugstore.
bn Mias Haynes; an exhibition by the tives from a Confederate jail. Watch
W hites , November 29, 1891.
Saturday, Nov. 28, 1891, of pneumo­
Brooms,
Tubs,
Churns,
ealisthenic class and an address by­ for the opening chapters in this paper.
nia. Funeral held Sunday 2 p. m. M rs . M. G arwin :
White and Decorated Crockery,
China,
Prof. Brownson. There will also be
from tlie Methodist church.
I leave all my per­
Glassware,
Lamps,
good vocal and instrumental music.
Table and Pocket Cutlery,
Every
Description,
at
Prices
Of
The usual admission fee will tie charged.
I And other articles too numerous to mention.
“At last, I can eat a good square Change of life, backache, monthly sonal effects, money, etc., to you. Good When Baby was sick, wo gave her Castoria.
Cheaper than Ever.
Thousands of lives are saved annually meal without its distressing me!’’ was troubles, hot flashes, sleeplessness, diz­ . bye and God bless you. I leave you When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria
We would be pleased to have you call and inspect our goods and
by the use of Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. the grateful exlamation of one whose ziness, nervousness, are cured by Dr. everything in section house. Bed- When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria.
Iu the "treatment of croup and whoop­ appetite had been restored by the use of Miles’ Nervine, recently discovered by stove, pipe, matting on floor, trunk and '
learn
our prices We deliver our goods free to any part of the city. You
Given
Awaway.
Examine
the
the
great
Indiana
specialist.
Elegant
When she had Children, «he gave them Castoria.
ing cough, the Pectoral has a most Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, after years of dvs-
“
Little
Beauty.
”
will
always
find our advertisement in the papers and not on our delivery
;
effects,
1
pair
blankets,
3
quilts
mat-
j
books
and
trial
bottles
free
at
Rogers
marvelous effect. It allays inflamma­ peptic misery. A teaspoonful of this
wago; Every or.e knows Bob. and any orders given him will receive at­
$50.00 OI3G-.A.3ST.
tion, frees the obstructed air passages, extract liefore each meal sharpens the Bros.' or bv mail 10 cents. MBes Med­ - tress, 1 pillow ami lied stead.
ical Co., Elkhart, Ind.
5
tention.
Respectfully.
WALLACE <t WALKER.
appetite.
(over)
H enry C ook .
and controls the desire to cough.
C. GRISSEN.
Perrine of Hillsboro has moved
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER to Mr.
Notth Yamhill.
Dwelling Burnt.
MURDER AND SUICIDE.
w
E
D
0
ROGERS BROS,.
M M
. O
.
WE ARE MODEST !
He that Bloweth not his own Horn, the same is
Not Blown.”
HENCE WE TOOT.
We Deal with the Factories
1OO PER CENT.
MARTIN & SANDERS.
Qld People
The Bottom for Pricesl
We Quote the Prices; The Goods do the Talking.
Tenth Annual Exhibit !
h
m
Stationery, Musical In­
struments and
HOLIDAY GOODS.
BEAUTIFUL $25.00 MUSIC BOX