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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1892)
From Eden Valley.
VITRIFIED PAVING BRICK.
Dunce at the armory Saturday night. I
The Slar Dramatic Company will1 It bas been many a year since Dis- hi » u»e<Un Many of th. Largest citi.»
State of Oregon to Adeline Wagen
The weather is tine now.
appear in the well known drama “Bor-
in the Country.
wj nwj and se} nw} sec 36, t 3 s,
day, March 10, 1892.
it had the night of " "
some excitement by the fervor of some r 7 w; 120 acres.
O & C C R R Co to H M Cox, lots 1
Martha 8. Gentry has been • appoint ’ An exhibition was given at the A correspondent in the Oregonian of of the toughs in celebrating the 22nd.
ed executrix of the estate of I. B. Gen schoolhouse under the auspices of their February 26 says: “I wish to make a A warrant of arrest, some fines and a and 2, sec 1, t 3 s, r 3 w; $122 20.
From 7 a m. to 7 p. m
From 7:30 p. try. The bonds have been fixed at $20,- teacher, Dr. Dukenfield, with the as- few remarks on the subject of vitrified great deal of ill feeling and a large cost
David Lamb to Wm C Morris and
000. These have been approA’ed. The
m. to 8:30 p. m.
As all paving brick and the correspondence bill are the main items of interest in Geo A Morris, pt d 1 c Sol Heater, t 3 s,
Money order hours from 7 a. in. to 6 p. m. appraisers appointed are H. Lamson, sistance of the neighborhood.
who know the doctor know, he never relative thereto which appeared in your the matter.
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p. in
r 2 w, 10 acres; $370.
J. M. Wooden and Ed Wood.
Mail south closes at 9:50 a. m. Mail
issue ‘of the 25th inst. As a rule the The republicans hold a meeting of Emil Plaff to Oregonian R R Co strip
north closes at 2:30 p. m. and 9 p. m.
Mail for 5:45 a. m train closes evening for the ravages of the little black snail, extertainment an exception to the rule. Oregonian takes a very strong position the county central committee on the of land 30 ft wide in t 4-5 s, r 4 w, right
before at 9 p m
that is destroying the house plants of
In spite of the disagreeable rain that on any question which may happen to 27th to fix the time of holding county of way.
Sheridan and southern Tillamook mail the ladies of this city.
The person or prevailed all day and evening, muddy come under his notice. But when it
Louisa Welch to Mary E Myers, lot
closes at 11 a m.
persons knowing hoAV to stop this will
roads and a dark night, the school publishes such a statement as that The roads are reported as drying up 7, blk 8, Deskins add to Newberg; $111.
confer a favor by letting us know.
which appeared in the issue above re
Leonard Myers to Mary E Myers,
church notices .
H. Abraham, who gaA-e a Bond & Co. house, (which is a commodious one) ferred to, and which reads as follows: in good shape and travel across the
frac pt lot 3, blk 7; $60.
mountains will soon be in order.
M ethodist E piscopal C hvbcb —Services sight draft on Kahn & Co. as payment
every Sabbath at 11 a. m and 7:00p m. for a lot of hides, is in trouble. The several ladies and gentlemen of the ‘Brick is a fair cheap pavement for vil
The city has built about one mile of Jacob Branson to Ira O Barber, 1
Sunday School at 9:30 a. ni
i’raver meet sight draft was not honored and a war neighborhood met at the schoolhouse lage streets, but it would never do for
sidewalk during the winter and when acre in Willamina; $700.
ing Thursday evenings at 7:30.
rant is out for his arrest on the charge to decorate th e house and stage, and Portland,’ it must be admitted that the
'R ev J. T A bbett , Pastor.
strangers now visit us we will have a W T Shurtleff to A J Whitmore, 6.60
of obtaining property on false pre
acres, pt lot 28, Chehaiem] Orchard
after a busy day could look upon their Oregonian is either ignorant of the sub sidewalk for their convenience.
CVMBBBLAND PBESBYTF.B1AN CHCBCII — tenses.
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m. and 7 p
ject under discussion, or, as Mr. W. C.
The mill company is now doing a home, t 3 s, r 8 w; $231.
Wm. Bangasser of the mail service work with the satisfaction of knowing Cassel seemed to think, working ‘in the
ni Sunday School at 9:30 a. ni.
good business and running at full ca RW Lancefield to James R Brown,
R ev W iley K nowles , Pastor
has been in the city during the past it was well done, as all who enjoyed
B aptist C iivbch .—Services every Sabbath tew days. He has been promoted anil the entertainment can testify. Thanks interests of asphalt.’.
pacity as they are making arrange pt Sol Eccles d I c, t 6 s, r 7 w, 5 acres;
at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. ni. Sunday School at upon his return to San Francisco will are due to Mrs. Grissen and Mrs. Even-
Brick is not an experiment for street ments to run a yard in Portland in the $240.
R ea ’ R. M c K illop , Pastor.
enjoy a good berth in the office of the
paving. In Europe they have been
Thos L Branson to Otto Erickson,
superintendent of the railway mail ser den of McMinnville for portieres and used for a century at least. In Holland future.
McMinnville Grange. No. 31, P. of II., vice. His friends congratulate him.
The political pot is beginning to boil lot 2. blk 32, Lafayette; $100.
especially brick pavements are used and it may be that some of the most
meet in their hall the first and third Satur
Jesee Edwards to D W Crimmins, 2}
A. H. Sale, proprietor of the Willa decoration^
day of each month at 10 a. ni. Visitors
very extensively. Amsterdam, com sanguine of the aspirants on both sides acres, pt J B Rogers dlcint3 s, r 2
cordially invited. J. R B ooth . Master.
mina quartz quarry, will move to La
fayette within a week or so. The nar success in every particular and lasted pared with which Portland is only a will get soup.
DEMOCRATIC STATE CONVENTION. row gauge road has offered to extend from 7:30 to 12:30. Owing to the late village, is paved almost entirely with
The republicans are making a desper A J Dunn to F E Hatch, nA lot 7 and
the road to Willamina, providing the arrival of the copy at this office- it was bricks, aad common hard building
ate effort to get some interest in a club nJ sj lot 7, Fairlawn; $1400.
of that section subscribe the
bricks at that. Tne street running formed here, but from current reports W Breyman to M O Lonsdale, 277.20
A democratic state convention will people
funds necessary to make the road bed. not received until late yesterday after-
from Utrecht to Gonningham is twen
be held in the city of Portland, Or., for
acres in 14 s, r 3 w; $10016.40.
The fish law is now in and all persons noon- it was necessary to cut out the ty-seven miles long, and is paved en the only persons attending are a few
“ THE BEST IS NONE TOO GOOD.”
April 19, 1892, at 10 o’clock a. m., for who
H Gaterman to M O Lonsdale, 248.92
old warhorses and a paid brass band.
display for sale any salmon be programme as rendered. The follow
the purpose of placing in nomination tween the 1st. day of March and the ing named people took part in the en tirely with bricks. The wear and tear
acres in t 4 s, r 3 w; $7500.
B ogebs B ros .
on the business streets of Amsterdam is
two candidates for congress, one su 10th. day of April are violators of the tertainment:
Fjed C Forbes to Eugenia R Foster,
preme judge, one candidate in each ju
Herbert Toney, Eric Ericson, Pratt
Wheatland is on the boom and 59.12 acres, pt d 1 c A B Faulconer;
Our people will noAv haA’e to eat the
in Portland, and yet many of those
dicial district for circuit judge and pros scrawny
sea fish until the delicious Sitton, Eddie, Elmer and Albert Gilk-
ecuting attorney, to be voted for at the salmon can be obtained.
ensou, Frank Hibbs, Mattie Funk, brick pavements have been down fifty
Three blacksmiths in town and all J S Cooper to J W Foster, 381 acres
coming June election, and such other There is more building going on in Chas. Rood, Jessie Henderson, Stira years without showing any great signs
in 16 s, r 7 w; $465.
business as may properly come before McMinnville at the present time than Carlson, Lizzie Hartman, Jennie Sit of wear.
Thos M Jeffreys to R W Phillips pt
Americans have improved on the
said convention. The various counties there has been at this time in years. ton, Lloyd Wiseearver, Irene Bones,
d 1 c N Powell, 15 s, r 4 w; 160 $2.
are entitled to representation in said Tli« mechanics are all busy and are Owen Rood, Joe Funk, Cleveland bricks made in the Old World, and in-
J W Booth to Luke Booth Sr 138.62
looking forward to a very prosperous
stead of using common half-burned dence of the bride’s parents at 2:30 p. acres in Yamhill county; $75.
convention as follows:
year. Now if our farmers do not get Wisecarver, Marion Heater, John Hen
Baker........... .. 7 Linn............. .. 16 excited over the presidential campaign dricks, Sadie Funk, Minnie Sitton, building bricks for street pavements,
A new ferry will be on the river in a James W Booth to Luke Booth, Jr,
9 Malheur ... .. 3 and neglect their work the cry of hard Annie Greely, Mrs. Annette Derby, have invented the process of vitrifying
82.81 acres in 15 s, r 6 w; $75.
11 Marion....... . 15 times will not be heard next winter.
H W Lamson to J H Scott, 319.75
Vernon Derby, Richard Hendricks, the bricks. Vitrifying simply’ means
. 8 Morrow .
42 DEMOCRATIC COI NTY CONVENTION. Andy Heater, Carrie Hibbs and others. burning to a glassy body, and almost last fall remark that Yamhill is the acres, pt d 1 c Geo Stephens,15 s, r 7 w;
all clays can be so burnt. But most
* A Very Good Entertainment.
clays when subject to a heat sufficient land of plenty.
The democratic county convention
A Gwinn to Oscar Faulconer ej lot 7,
Curry............ . 2 Tillamook .
Friday night the college students en ly great to produce vitrification will Lynch on the 24th.
and lots 8 and 9, River block 11, Sheri
15 for the election of delegates to the state
15 convention will lie held at the court tertained the audience that assembled melt and run like water, and a kiln of Campbell & Stephens Bros, are fitting dan; $225.
Let the howlers howl
5 Wallowa.... . 4 house in McMinnville, on Saturday, in the chapel of that institution with such ware could only be taken apart by up their saw mill.
Chas Allen to Mrs M Newby, lots 9
And the scowlers scowl.
4 Washington . 8 April 16, 1892, at 10 a. m. The conven songs and music. The programme was using dynamite. And again, most
Fred Kirkwood will build u large and 10, blk 5, Watts add to Amity;
Jackson........ . 11 Wasco......... . . 9
And the gruff gang go it.
clays when vitrified are too brittle, and
Josephine .. .
5 Yamhill ... . . 8
hop house soon.
— lie held at the court house in McMinn first number, a piano solo, by Miss
Klamath... .. 3
Messrs. Degats, who arrived here Jesse Edwards to Anna E Bell, lots
But behind the night
Total .... . .265 ville, on Friday, May 6, 1892, at 10 a.m. Lynch, was very good, and it looked the grinding of wheels and pounding from Iowa some time ago, are in love 1, 2, 16, 17 and 18, blk 39, Edwards to
is plenty of light,
Each election precinct in the county
By order of the democratic state cen will elect one set of delegates to serve at place on the stage without a sound from ing brick, such as is made in Holland, with the country.
thing is all right.
Mrs. Hendricks has sold her farm
both conventions on Saturday, April 9, her associates or the audience. The would be better, because more tough and has purchased property in Amity. Imp Co, J int in lot 5 and wA lot 6, blk
And we know it.
B. G oldsmith , Chairman.
1892. The various precincts are enti piece was well rendered and deserved a than the product of many such vitri Mrs. Cooper is visiting her daughter. 19, McMinnville; $666.66.
A. N oi . tner , Secretary.
tled to representation in said conven better reception than it received. Chas. fied clays. But there have been found Mrs. Antrim.
Francis Hauswirth to Asa McKern,
Hodson on tlie violin and tlie Latour- clays in A-arious parts of the United
tions as follows:
lot 1 and 2, blk 10,North Yamhill; $130.
Ixtcal and General.
by special A ppointment purveyors of
Amity................ 11 N. Yamhill.......... 8 ette sisters in a piano duet added much States which vitrify without melting,
Mary E Cook to R C Jones, lot 8, blk
Baker Creek......... 7 N. McMinnville. .7 to the evening’s entertainment. Ar and when so vitrified are more dense,
4, Watts add'.to Amity: $-500.]
BOTH FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES To
Asa Jackson has moved across Cozine Bellevue.............. 4 N. Newberg........ 5 thur MePhillips, the man who does not solid, tough and durable than any
A large manufacturer, whose affairs John Green to C D Osborne, lots 2
THE ELITE AND ALSO TO THE PLAIN PEO
Carlton............... .8 Sheridan . . .........11
............ 8 S. McMinnville .8 have to powder his hair in order to take known substance suitable for pave was overworked and broken down with and 3, blk 3, Willamina; $50.
PLE. NONE TOO HIGH <>n LOW FOR VS to SUIT.
Dance at the armory Saturday night. Checowen
9 8. Newberg........ 3 part in an old folks’ concert, opened his ments. The writer has experimented nervous exhaustion, went to a celebrat
These dances are full of joy.
Dundee................ 3 W. Chehaiem... .7 mouth and his vocal chords, thougii with clays for a number of years and ed specialist. He was told that the
The cry of the farm implenient man Fairlawn.............. 7 Willamina.......... 4 weak, impressed the gray matter of the has found one lied of clay in proximity only thing needed was to be relieved of
The readers of this paper will be pleased I I
Lafavette............. 8 WilFmetts.......... 5
will soon be heard in the land.
learn that there is at least one dreaded
Total............ ........ ............................ 123 audience with the fact that Prof. Fargo
thought, This doctor was more con to
Rev. Harry Watkins will preach at
disease that science has been able to cure
To Satisfy Your Wants
By order of the democratic county was a man that could stand a joke with into paA-ing bricks, and when it is stat siderate ot his patient’s health than of in all its stages and that is catarrh. Hall's
the Christian church Sunday evening
ed, as it Avas in the communication in his financial circumstances. He ought Catarrh Cure is the only positive cure now
Never So Many Goods
to the medical fraternity. Catarrh
The costumes of the students were your issue of the 25th inst., that brick to have advised him to use Dr. Miles’ known
W m . G alloway ,
Of Such Excellent Quality.
W. T. Vinton has moved ifto the
Restorative Nervine, the best remedy being a constitutional disease, requires a
very old-fashioned indeed, but it did is the coming pavement, the statement for
constitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh
house vacated by Geo. Westerfield, on H. L. H eath ,
not take much imagination to bring
dizziness, headache, ill effects of sprits,
the blood and mucous surfaces of the
Who Go Away Satisfied
land, because the material is right at tobacco, coffee, opium, etc. Thousands upon
system, thereby destroying the foundation
8. A. Dorrance has obtained a school
The Democrats of the County.
of the disease and giving the patient
instance, we found our gymnasium
and leaves for his work next week
free at Rogers Bros’.
strength by building up the constitution
as there is the United States.
breeches on a Gray-ham.
and assisting nature in doing its work, The
Saturday last the democratic central
Will Start a Paper.
proprietors nave so much faith in its cura
E. C. Hughes, county clerk of Wash committee of this county met at tlie The man who sprung “The Ark-all!”
We are happy and want yju to share our joys.
tive powers that they offer One Hundred
ington county, was in the city Tuesday
act upon the unsuspecting audience
E. H. Flagg, formerly of St. Helens, Send for list of testimonials. Address.
WALLACE & WALKER.
has probably heard it so often that it is could refer you to many towns and
F. J. C heney <t Co., Toledo, O.
The clerk has issued a marriage li in another column of this issue was a not a task to repeat it with all the orig cities not ‘villages’ in the United States where he edited the Mixt, and later of
ZW“Sold by all druggists, 75c
cense to Emma DeHaven, aged 28, C. part of their labors.
inal inflections. His gestures, however where such pavements are a decided Hillsboro, where he was connected
Several of the committee having
B. Lafollette, aged 26.
were entirely original.
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
There is an article from E. B. Col moved aAvay tlieir places Avere filled
The young lady who looked through pealed to for A-erification of tlie state start a democratic newspaper in Salem.
lard on Roads and Road Building in and members of the committee Avere tlie battle smoke and saw her lover dy ments I make.
Mr. Flagg is quite well known through This List is Published Exclusively in this
another column of this paper.
appointed from the neAV precincts.
Paper Every Two Weeks.
A few of the largest will suffice and out the state as a successful newspaper
ing, should have more than passing
Howorth & Co started out with a The committee is composed of the fol mention. Her elocution and pretty face ought;to convince any impartial person man and an active democrat and will
wagon load of signs yesterday, to nail lowing men: North NeAvberg, Jos. Ev
Following are the letters remainingfor
that brick pavements, if the proper no doubt give his party a good paper
up on trees, etc.
erest; south NeAvberg, W. Jones; Sheri almost made us wish we were the kind of brick could be secured, Avould here. He has leased a building opposite two weeks in the postoffice at McMinn
C. C. Linden was in tlie city yester dan, R. Mendenhall; south McMinn
day. He has charge of the business of ville, Wm. Galloway; Fairlawn, B. F.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
the little fellows, as well as the big Fel only that, but would solA’e this ques put his plant. He will have his own Boatman, J D
the Gentry estate.
Rhodes; West Chehaiem, L. F. Hall;
tion of pavements forever. Some of presses and will do a general job print
Jones & Co. will start their mill Carlton, T. C. Thompson; Lafayette, lows, seemed to enjoy it hugely.
Braithwaite, Chas Pole, E L C
the oities which use brick paA’ements ing business. He was in Salem a part Boyce,Miss Minnie Poterson, 8
about April 1st. The logging team will J. Thompson; Dayton, R. L. Harris;
are Akron, O.; Canton, O.; Charleston, of last week and has concluded the pre Clark, Mr A
start work next week some time.
Bellevue, Geo. Olds; Amity, C. R.
The city council met Tuesday night W. V.; Chicago, Ill.; Cincinnati, €>.; liminary work of his canvass. The can Darnell, H A
The R M Wade warehouse is tilling Jack; Willamette, W. Wood; North
in regular monthly session.
up. The stock of this concern is large
Decatur, Ill.; Detroit, Mich.; Galesburg vass will be continued and the paper Gabbort, Reeler H Smith, A C
and they have plenty of room to dis Yamhill, T. Goodrich; Chicowin, J.
Tlie committee on lights reported III.; Memphhis, Tenn.; South Bend, will probablj- be published for the first Kimberlin, Leroy Wellard, H L
Bunn; Dundee, I). M. Ramsey; north that improvement of same kind in the Ind.; Springfield, Ill.; Toledo, ().;
time in three weeks. It will be an Livengood,Margt J West, Mrs 8 A
The usual services will be held at the McMinnville, H. L. Heath; Baker present method was absolutely neces Trenton, N. J.; Wheeling, W. Alt.
Whitmore, Sand W
eight page six-column sheet and will be Morrison, J W
Episcopal church in this city on Wed Creek, B. F. Sparks; Willamina, C. C. sary.
Parties calling for the above letters
nesday evening, March 9th, at 7:30. Linden.
It was decided that the marshal
Flagg has not yet decided upon a name will please say “Advertised.” If not
All are invited.
i The primaries for nominating dele should not work the drunks who serv Good looks are more than skin deep,
called for in two weeks they will be
his paper.— Statesman.
Dr. G. 8.Wright has a very neat den gates to both conA-entions Avere ordered
depending upon a healthy condition
sent to the dead letter office as “un
tal cabinet in his office. It is « fine to be held on Saturday, April 9th. ed time for unpaid fines.
of all the vital organs. If the liver be
Pronounced Hopeless, Yet Saved.
J. C. C ooper , P. M.
A license to sell liquor was granted inactive you have a bilious look, if
piece of cabinet work, and is from the
The county conA’ention for the election to J. W. Bowers.
shop of B. Clark.
your stomach lx? disorde ed you have a
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada E.
The bill of Mrs. 8. A. Burnett of $100, dyspeptic l<»k, and if your kidneys lie Hurd, of Groton, S. D., we quote:
The city is without lights again. The of delegates to the state convention
engine at the works is in bad condition
for damages sustained by falling
“Was taken with a bad cold, which
Report of Riverside school, district
and the steamchest has lieen sent to The conA’ention for nominating county through a defective sidewalk, was re cure good health and you will have settled on my lungs, cough set in, and No. 60, for montli ending Feb. 26, 1892.
JJAVE Just opened a house in McMinnville, where a
Portland for repairs.
ferred to the committee on accounts alterative and acts directly on these vi finally terminated in consumption.
No. pupils enrolled 21. Average at
Large and Complete Stock of
H. L. Wells of the Oregonian staff The representation is based upon the and current expenses.
tal organs. Cures pimples, blotches,
tendance 19. The following pupils
King up me
was in the citv Tuesday looking
■•ote east for Gov. Pennoyer and is one
boils and gives a good complexion. Sold could live but a short time. I gave
jails À lelegate for every ten votes and frac
condition of the city and county
at Rogers Bros, drugstore, 50c per myself up to my Saviour, determined were neither absent nor tardy during
that if I could not stay with my friends the month. Henry, Frank, Dudley,
v t tion
for the state board of charities.
of fiA-e votes. Each election pre from the street fund to the general bottle.
on earth, I would meet my absent ones Althea, Bertha, Lloyd, Claud, John,
Last Saturday Sandy Olds walked cinct in the county will hold primaries. fund.
above. My husband was advised to
On the List.
out of the state prison at Salem, a free
get Dr. King’s New Discovery for con Joseph and Nannie Brown, Callie La
A Real Estate Boom.
man. He looks healthier and stronger
Friday night of this week at 7:30.
sumption, coughs and colds. " I gave it dy, Hugh, Louisa and Willie Maloney,
than he did when he was put in.
a trial, took in all eight bottles; it has
The following pu
Attracts the attention of every prop
election the prohibitionists of Oregon cured me, and thank God, I am now a Sadie Winslow.
Mrs John Knight, living near the erty holder in this city. But when Dr.
pils have not been absent during the
flour mill, has considerablo nice furni Franklin Miles, the eminent Indiana
term: Henry, Frank, Dudley, Althea,
ture to sell. Persons desiring to pur specialist, claims that heart disease is the M. E. church at Amity, will be re Messrs. Wolenbarger and Huckins ties free Rogers Bros. Drugstore.
Bertha, Joseph, John and Nannie
chase are requested to call at once.
curable, and proves it by thousands of ceived by the undersigned at Amity will set the ball rolling and conduct a
Brown, Willie and Louisa Maloney.
We would like to see our old time testimonials of wonderful cures by his until April 15, 1892. Bids will be series of meetings throughout the state.
Heart Cure; it attracts the atten
Visitors during term. H. 8. Maloney,
correspondents wake up and send in New
of the millions suffering with short opened on April 16, 1892, contract to be They will visit the following places: R oberts .—1« Portland on Wednesday J. R. Longacre, J. H. Brown, Mrs.
an item now and then. Your locality tion
Ashland, Medford, Grant’s Pass, Rose February 24,1892, at 8:45 a. m., Abra
should be represented in the county choking sensation, asthmatic breathing
Brown,Mrs. J. E. Brown, Mrs. Eugene
der. Plans and specifications can be burg, Eugene, Albany, Lebanon, Sa ham H. Roberts, after an illness of
pain or tenderness in side or shoulder, seen at residence of undersigned at lem, Oregon City, Woodburn, Baker four months, aged 65 years 3 months Brown, Mrs. 8. W. Brown, Glenn
and 25 days.
Jos. Hoberg is a candidate for the of smothering spells, fainting, dropsy, etc.
Winslow. There were no cases of tar
fice of school clerk of this school dis A. F. Davis, Silver Creek, Neb , by Amity. Bonds to the amount of $100 City, La Grande, The Dalles, McMinn Mr. Roberts, was born in Pickaway diness during the term.
trict. He has done his duty during the using four liottle of Dr. Miles’ New to be furnished with each bid, said ville, Corvallis, Monmouth, Dallas, county, Ohio, came to Oregon in 1848,
E lla M. L ongacre .
past year and probably will be elected Heart Cure, was completely cured after bonds to be forfeited upon refusal to en Newberg, Portland and Astoria. Mr.
twelve years’suffering front heart dis ter into contract at figures named in Wolfenbarger comes from Nebraska, in February, 1850, settled on a dona
tion land claim two miles east of North
ease. This new remedy is sold by Rog
bid. Right to reject any or all bids is and has the reputation of being an Yamhill, Yamhill county, Oregon,
The ladies of the M. E. Church will ers Bros. Books free.
Miles* Nerve and Liver Tills.
give a 10 cent lunch and literary and
able and eloquent speaker, while Mr. where he resided until his death. He
C. C. C randall ,
on a new principle—regulating I
musical enteriainnient at the church, BUYERS’ AND BUSINESS DIRECTOR.
Chairman of Trustees.
Huckins is a tine singer and will add leaves a wife and four children, James the liver,
stomach and bowels through
Tuesday evening, March 8th. All are
T. B. Kay will sell thoroughbred ■
H. Roberts, of Richet, Roberts & Bell, the nerA’es. A new discovery. Dr.
dates of tlie meetings are not yet an commission merchants of this city; Miles’ Pills speedily cure biliousness,
W. F. L. Wright and family arrived Wyandotte eggs for $1 per setting
H. M. and J. R. Cooper last year
bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa
1 Mrs. H. M. McCoy, Mrs. Moran Hen- tion. Unequaled for men, women, and
from Comstock last Saturday. Yester- C. H. Cook, of the produce market, i spent $600 in opening up some mines at nounced.
dav Mr. Wright left for Portland where has just received a large stock of the I
Postofiices in Oregon.
j drix and Miss Osa Roberts of North children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50
he will probably locate if things are fa celebrated D. M. Ferry’s seeds. They I Spring Hill, about fifteen miles from
doses, 25 cents. Samples free at Rogers
are the standard; none better.
The United States official postal
C. Fritz, the photographer, is located I for two years for developing purposes guide shows that Oregon has a total of
George Bullock will start a pop and
Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure at Druggists.
soda water factory In this city soon. at 167). First street, Portland, Oregon. < the mines across tlie river, about two 710 postoffices, all but 709 of which are hill on Thursday last.
The P. F. Browne building has lieen Save your orders for him.
miles distant, and are now making
first class. Three are of the second
engaged. This will no doubt be a pay
If you want your property insured in preparations to begin work in earnest.
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla agreeable to the
The goods canned by this firm are First Class and
! a standard company, Rhodes &.Rhodes Their new drill arrived last week, and class, eighteen third, and 688 fourth. taste, and, therefore, prefer it as a blood
Twenty-two are presidential offices, purifier to any other. This is one rea
Mrs. L. Bettman left for San Fran will be pleased to write you.
to be as recommended.
more extensive operations than ever
106 are money order offices, and fifteen son for its great popularity as a spring
cisco yesterday, where she will select a
When your $200 watch needs repair
be begun at once. This is a big
and family medicine. Safe, certain
large stock of goods. A full and coin- ing take it to D. A. Smith. All kinds will
get our prices before purchasing.
thing for that section,and the prospects
elete line of latest style millinery will of jewelry repaired.
ing, west of McMinnville National Bank.
money order stations in this state nor and palatable.
If you want the best drugs at living I quality and an inexhaustable quantity in Washington. In the United States M c M innville produce market .
For the last week the citizens of this prices, go to Howorth & Co s.
there are 64,96-5 postoffices, 61,861 of
city have been living on Minnesota
Peoples’ Party Call.
which are of the fourth class. Penn These prices are corrected every Wednes
butter. This is the hardest slam on
Afflicts half the American people yet there is
day by C. H. Cook, who will buy your pro
our energies yet. The butter makers
Remember that C. II. Cook carries a A convention of all those interested sylvania has more postoffices than any duce. paying all the market will justify. He only one preparation of Sarsaparilla that acts on
of this county should brace up.
full line of graham in small sacks, corn in the peoples’ party movement is call other state, the number being 4728. also carries a full line ot seeds and nursery the bowels and reaches this important trouble,
and that is Joy’s Vegetable Sarsaparilla. It re
Bond A Co. have added a steam sau meal and wheatlets, D. street.
ed to meet in the county court house Alaska has seventeen, Washington 701. stock in season.
lieves it in 24 hours, and an occasional dose
sage chopper to their extensive mar Call on Rhodes & Rhodes for bargains at McMinnville, Yamhill county, Ore Idaho lias 282 and California 1403.
? 0 85
prevents return. We refer by permission to C. K.
kets and now sausage is prepared in in real estate. They will show you gon, on Friday, March 11, 1892 at 11 a.
Elkington, 125 Locust Avenue, San Francisco;
less than one-half the time taken bj property and give prices with the best
J. II. Brown, Petaluma; H. S. Wiun, Geary Court,
m., for the purpose of sending repre
the old time process of hand work.
8an Francisco, and hundreds of others who have
sentatives to the peoples’ party conven M oore -C ave .—On Tuesday, March 1, Timothy hay. baled....
The work of putting in the plate glass
nsed it in constipation. One letter is a sample of
Howortli & Co. lias tlie finest assort tion to be held at Oregon City, Oregon,
1892, by Rev. Lynch in this city, Cheat
front ef the Masonic building is now
hundreds. Elkington, writes: “I have been for
Mary A. Cave and S. Moore.
being done. The interior is nearly fin ment of writing tablets.
on March, 16, 1892. All persons inter-
ished and within two weeks Mr. Ap-
Full line of homeopathic medicines ested are cordially invited to partici-
tion. Have been so bad for a year back have
............... bu ....
person will be comfortably installed. ■ at Howorth & Co’s.
housekeeping in a cottage in Oak Park. Potatoes
had to take a physic every other night or else I
By Order of Committee,
Last week, Wednesday, the sheriff
f? <loz . ..
I214 would have a headache. After taking one bottle
D. G. R ogers , Chairman.
arrested L. C. Marson, the agent for the
doz.... $ 3 00 — 4 00
of J. V. S., I am in splendid shape. It has done
.. 2 00 — 3 00
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
Singer sewing machine Co., who has at Howorth & Co’s.
wonderful things for me. People similarly
doz .... .. 7 00 — 8 00
been around this city for quite a length
New stock of artist’s materials at
troubled should try it and be convinced.”
4 00 — 5 00
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts, When Baby was sick, wc gave her Castoria.
of time. He has appropriated about Howorth Co’s.
Turkevs......... lb ....
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
$100 of the company’s money.
Veal.................. $ lb ...
If you want your prescriptions eare- Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands, When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria
It is quite propable that you may . fully and accurately compounded go to Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup When she became Miss, she clung to Castoria. Dressed Pork...................
need the services of a physician some , HoAvorth & Co’s.
rsaparilla FINELY EQUIPPED .JOB PRINTING PLANT
tions. and positively cures Piles or no
day, but you can postpone the time in When the scalp is atrophied, or pay required. It is guaranteed to give When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. Middlings.
definitely by keeping your blood Pur^
Most modern, most effective, largest bottle,
Bran.......... >> ton...........
no preparation will rertore perfect satisfaction, or money refund-
aad your system invigorated through shiny-bald,
same price, |L00, six for 15.00.
’. Price 25 cents per box. For sale
hair; in all other cases, Hall s Hair ed.
the use of Aj-er’s Sarsaparilla. I reven the
SOLD BY ROGERS BROS.
Renewer will start a growth.
by Rogers Bros.
tion is better than cure.
THERE ARE SIGNS IN
The Air, on Trees, Fences, and Houses
pointing yon to ROGERS BROS.
PHARMACY as the Cheapest, Neat
est and Most Reliable place to buy
DRUGS in YAMHILL COUNTY.
Our constant aim has been to give you
the best and purest goods for the least
money, and with a constantly increasing
business points us to a pleasing moral,
No Reason to Complain!
KNAPP, BURRELL & CO
AGRICULTURflL IMPLEMENTS !
Vehicles, Harness, Road Grading Ma
chlnery, Farming Tools, Dairy
Supplies, Etc., Etc.
Columbus and Racine Buggies, Hacks and Carts,
Bell Centre Cut and Golden Age Disc Harrows,
Bain and Columbia Valley Wagons,
Buffalo Pitts Threshers and Engines,
Deering Binders and Mowers,
Monitor Drills and Seeders,
Buckeye Pumps and Wind Mills,
Oliver Steel and Chilled Plows.
More Oliver Plows are Sold in the United States than any other Make
E. N. FORD. Manager.
The Telephone-Register is the Best
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