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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1893)
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I HI RCII NOTICES.
■vimi'ixT E mbcofal C hurch —Services
K Sabbath at 11 a. in. and 7:(>0 p m.
■ay School at 0:30 a, ni. Prayer mcet-
Bliurs.iay evenings at 7:30.
R ev . S. E M kminurr , Pastor
■ mberlasu P resbvtrrian ClICllCH —
•ices every Sabbath at 11 a. in. and 7 p
I Sunday School at 0:30 a. ni.
Rrv J R. H hme , Pastor.
IrTisT C hcbch .—Services every Sabbath
I a. in. an<l 7:30 p. ni. Sunday School at
la. ill. Rev R. McKiLtor, Pastor.
bkistian Ciit'Rcii.—Services every Sab-
a at 11 a in. and 7 :30 p. in Sunday
bol at 10 a. m. Y. P. 8 C E. meets
Idav at6::Wp. m Prayer meeting Wed-
Bay at 7.30 p. m. Everyone invited
II A D enton , Pastor.
r. J ames C atholic C ulrcu .—Services 1st
I3id Sundays of each month, Second
idav St. Mary’s at Corvallis
[day. St Patrick’s Church on Muddy.
R ev . Titos B riody , Pastor .
[cMinnville Grange, No. 31, P. of H.,
It in their ball tlie first and third Satur-
of each month at 10 a. in. Visitors
J. T. Jou.v,
[ns. M. E. Kuss,
McMinnville Camp No 128, Woodmen of
I World—Meet first amt Third Mondays
tach month; visiting brothers cordially
iited to attend Lodge room Third St
JO R ogers , C. C.
r. J. BaiDoaroRn, Clerk
Custer Post No. 9 meets tlie second and
■rtli Saturday ot each month at G. A. R.
U1 in Union block at 7:30 p. in. All
embers of tlie Order.are cordially invited
[attend our meetings
L. 8. D owning ,
p. F. C l I' bink ,
[Hereafter all notices announc-
Lg entertainments for which an
■mission fee is charged, all
bituary matter after the notice
r death has been given as a niat-
er of news, all resolutions of con-
jolence, wedding notices, cards
If thanks, etc., furnished the
lelephone-Register for publlca-
lon will be charged for at regu-
tr advertising rates, B and IO
ents per line.
O. O. Hodson and wife left yesterday
for the east. Their first point is Mun
cie, Iudlana, from which place they
will radiate until the first week in
May when they will go to Chicago and
visit the World’s fair for a week or so
and then return home. This Is the
first party leaving the city for the fair.
From the talk we judge that nearly our
whole population will visit Chicago
during the summer.
The portrait of II. II. Hibbs, of tliis
city, apiieaied in the lust issue of the
Portland Review. Mr. Hibbs is the
proprietor of the Meadow Lake resort,
which is destiued to lie one of tlie best
hunting and fishing localities in Ore
gon. It i.s iu tlie heart of tlie Coast
rauge of mountains, easy of access, but
yet [smsesses the original marks of na
ture. It is a beautiful place and the
S|M>rtsman of the state will appreciate
Mr. Hibbs’ c(Torts in years to come.
The bank of Hamilton, Job A Co., at
Corvallis, is out $320 through a a elever
piece of forgery by James Baker, alais
Condray, alias McKinney, a young
man who had made Ills home the past
winter with I.ee Brawn, on Soap creek,
Benton eounty. Baker had at one
time been given a cheek for a small
amount, which he kept and imitated
in filling out a blank for tlie above stat
ed sum, and so perfectly did lie coun
terfeit Mr. Brown’s signature that it
escaped detection at the bank.
8. C. Force has sold to Rogers Bros,
a Cleveland No. 3 bicycle, with pneu
matic tire and ball bearings through
out. The Cleveland is one of the best
wheels in the market and basalt the
latest improvements. The mode of at
taching the tire to the wheel is with
out any exception the best made. If
you contemplate purchasing u wheel
call and see Mr. Force. He has a va
riety of styles at all prices, lieiug agent
fqr Merrill’s bicycle emporium, the
largest iu tlie northwest. Look out foi-
' Progam for social to lie given at the
Christian church, Tuesday evening,
March 21st: Song by the Endeavor So
ciety; recitation, Vesta Essou; song
and march by tlie children; recitation,
Carl Loux; recitation, Ersel Kay: solo,
Miss Nettie Guild; recitation, Edna
Sutherland; quartette, Miss Guild,
Mrs. Adams; recitation, Verna Force;
organ solo, Mrs. Nellie Buchanan.
Lunch, consisting of cake, sandwiches,
fruit and coffee will be served at close
of program, Admission free, lunch 10
cents. Proceeds to be used for Sunday
The Total Taie«.
Th« School Meeting.
Thu amount of money to be raised
in Yamhill county for state and county
purposes is »138,131.02, based upon the
figures of the state bourd of equaliza
tion. The actual amount that will lie
collected will lie larger owing to the
fact that the excess indebtedness lias
beeu taken from the gross valuation as
turned over to the state board and will
not be taken from the gross value of
property for county purposes. The
seven mills of state tax will bo collected
ou this aniouut however. Uy what
right does the'eounty court levy the
state tax|upon an amount of money
that the state—does not levy upon?
What amount is the legal basis of *the
county levy? The tax rolh have not
been footed up since the raise of the
state board has lieen extended upon
them and it is simply Impoaslble to
know the exact figures upon which
the tax levy is based. The county
court did not know this and it seems
as if the levy was made ill the dark as
to the requirements of the county.
The thing was lumped oft' and there is
not and can not be u thorough under
standing of the matter until the tax
payers foot the bills for 1893 through
the next levy.
The amount the levy will raise for
county purposes is »68,632.70, for state
purposes »37,181.04 for school purposes
»26,557.89, for road purposes $10,623.15,
for the indigent soldier fund »106.25.
Owing to tlie excess indebtedness not
being taken out of the gross valuation
for the county levy the total collections
will amount to about $140,000, increas
ing all the above figures in proportion.
Last year the amount cel lee ted
amounted to about $97,000. What will
become of the county If the tax levy of
1893 increases as much over 1882 as the
levy of 1892 hasjneretised over the levy
of 1891. The tax collected would then
amount to $182,000. It is time for tlie
taxpayers to think; not u few of them
but all of them.
Sinauli de noldt anni pracdantur
The adjourned meeting of the school
district on Monday last was uot us
largely attended as the one the week
before. The new director, T. H. Kay.
having takeu the oath of otlliv, was
there, as was Messrs. Grissen and Nel-
sun. Mr. Nelson being the oldest di
rector Is chairman, and so officiated at
The report of the apMlal committee
appointed, consisting of Geo. W. Jones,
E. C. Appenon und W. 1). McDonald,
Jr., handed in its report, it being read
by Mr. Jones. The report was lengthy
and gave an itemized account of all the
expenditures of tlie district. It was
just the report that the clerk should
have made at the first meeting and all
the squabble would- have been saved.
According to the report there Ls $1197.08
in the teaclisrs'fund; »2.08 in tlie gen
eral fund mid an indebtedness of $8494.79
This indebtedness consists of bonds
that will mature in June and $:M)7.4t>
due tlie teachers’ fund from the gener
al fund and $t>602 of fioating debt.
to the efleet Hint the directors lie au
thorized to bond the district for tlie
amount of the indebtedness, I Kinds not
to exceed the sum of $9000. After con
siderable discussion in which Ml'.
Spencer stated that as fur as could lie
learned the law giving the directors
authority to bond the district as per the
resolution was not in effect und would
not lie until the 16th of April, tlie reso
lution was voted down. A resolution
changing tlie name of the First street
school to the Cook school and the B
street school to Columbus school was
rend and adopted. The meeting then
adjourned sine die.
Karl's Clever Root, the new lilissl
purifier, gives freshness mid clearness
to the complexion und cures eoustipa-
tion. 25c, 56c and $1. Sold by How-
orth A Co.
No. K ITEMS.
Mr. W- B. Sharp, of Portland, came
up last Monday to see his sick child nt
Mr. Joe Funk killed a fox last week
that was treed by Fred Sitton's favor
ite dog, Bob. joe feels as proud over
the battle as a school boy with his first
Mr. Harvey, the well driller, lias his
drilling machine at Charley ¡McCall’s,
where he will start his drill fol' parts
unknown. Water or bust is Charley’s
The young ladies of No. 8 should get
up an entertainment and buy a lamp,
curling irous and sofa and then No. 8
will be well equipped.
Miss Mabel Wisecarver is advancing
iu handling the artists brush and will
in time be equal toThadeus Welch, the
great artist, who was educated in No. 8.
Mr. C. Fortner’s son, who was kicked
on the head by a horse some time ago,
is improving nicely.
Mr. Ed. Granfield lias eight acres of
young orchard set out.
Tlie delegates from Eden valley Sun
day school convention at Amity, are
Mrs. N. K. Sitton, C. W. McCall and
wife and Superintendent J. W. Wise
NK WS RETOLD.
Inters.ling I'aragraph. from our County
¡Amity Popgun, Mur. 10.
Miss CoraX Young, a young lady
elocutionist ot McMinnville, assisted
by Miss Myrtle Henderson, also of that
city, will give a literary and musical
recital in Amity in the near future.
Last Monday at the school meeting
J. J, Putman was elected director to
serve for three years. T. J. Jellison
succeeds hlm»c!f as clerk of the lioard
aud Win. Blair is chairman. G. A.
Maddox is still a director.
At the meeting of the city council
Monday night, the president, Dr.
Goucher, resigned and llobt. Mulligan
was chosen to agaiu complete the num
ber and W. R. Brown placed in the
ehair. The treasurer elect, M. E. Hen
drick, having never qualified and not
wanting the positiou, Im Martin was
chosen to fill the vacancy.
A petition is being circulated ami
abundantly signed, praying the city
council to repeal the ordiuauce regulat
ing the sale of liquor in Amity anil ask
ing that honorable body to pass another
that will prohibit the sale of intoxicants
in our city. The petition is meeting
with favor so universal that it will be
difficult for the council to Judgmentully
[Newberg Graphic Mar. 10
Miss Anise Brown, daughter of John
Brown, who has been working in an
abstract office at Moscow, Idaho, dur
ing the past year, lias come home look
ing well for her years' stay.iu that high
J. C. Cooper, the McMinnville post
master, was in town last Monday. He
said he notified tlie democratic appli
cants for his position to be on baud
that morning to sweep out, but they all
failed to put in an appearance. Cui
will most likely hold the fort until next
December as his is a presidential ap
pointment and his time dot-s not ex
pire until that time.
We understand that Cyrus Hoskins
says since his return from California,
when- lie visited the principal points
where fruit raising is almost the only
business followed, that he prefers to
take his chances on fruit raising for
profit in Oregon. He is convinced that
an apple orchard in Oregon, given the
same eare ns an orange orchard in Cali
fornia, will yield as great profits, ’Also
that the Ite'lanJIs the prune to plant
In matter of [>etition of K. L. Harris
und 105 others for public road uear Day
ton. Report of viewers presented. On
petition of A. Rosner for damages I). P.
Trullinger, Grant Allen und B. F. Sparks
appointed to assess damages, to meet at
Dayton |s>stotfice on Friday, March 24tli,
at 10 a. ra.
In matter of bonds of road siqiervis-
ors. Ordered that none be required, as
by tlie act of 1893 all funds should lie
depositeil with the county treasurer.
In matter of petition IL 1‘. Webster,
E. T. Persons and 22 others for a public
road. Petition Hlol, proof duly made,
lx>nds fixed at $100 and approved, lle-
monstrance of 30 householders tiled,
which being in excess of [retition, same
In matter of opening all eounty roads
to legal width. Ordered that road super
visors be and are hereby authorized and
instructed to open all eounty roads to
the legal width of tlie roads as laid out.
In matter of building a bridge across
the Harrison slough. Ordered that same
be built under instructions and supervi
sion ot J. J. Henderson.
In matter of extension of time in re
gard to the purchase of Kelley engine.
Ordered that extension of time be ex
tended to April 1st, 1893, but the exten
sion was not accepted.
In matter of o)iening county road sur
vey No. 97. Ordered tliat so much of the
survey as lies between the farms of I-afe
Hall and J. A. Bryan be opened by su
pervisor of road district No. 10, and tliat
lie is hereby authorized to oiien said
road immediately. Clerk to notify su
In matter of tax levy for the year 1892.
Ordered that the tax levy for the year
1892 110 as follows: State tax, 7 mills,
school tax 5 mills, road tax 2 mills, indi
gent soldier’s relief fund tax .02 of one
mill, for county expenses and payment
of outstanding indebtedness 11.98 mills.
In the matter of application of the
Amity Popgun on filo to be designated as
one of the county official papers. Or
dered that clerk lie instructed to notify
tlie various county papers to send in
sealed lists of subscriptionsat the regular
April term, as by law prescrilxid.
Ordered that sheriff’s tax bond be
fixed at $10,000.
In matter of compensation to be al
lowed for the publication of county court
proceedings and claims against tlie coun
ty. Whereas, tlie compensation allowed
lias lieen in excess of the services ren
dered, it is therefore ordered that from
and after this date tlie compensation al
lowed for printing same shall be one
cent per square of ten lines brevier type.
Coiuen the Lumber muuufuctured at JONES & ADAMS’ mill.
It in the Peer of any Lunilier sold in the McMinnville market.
A NEW SCHEDULE OF PRICES
Has lieen formulated and it is now the cheapest lumber on the
market all qualities considered. All sizes, kinds anti grades
can be found at the yards in this city at any time of the year.
ITS BEAUTY AND FINISH IS INCOMPARABLE;
Its life in longer, it íh stronger and Is a thing of beauty while
the product of other mills is warped and ready to be renewed.
WE MAKE PROPOSITIONS.
If you want to build a house at no immediate cost, call aud sea
us. Wo will make you a proposition. This proposition is
based upon the fact that in building up McMinnville or Yam
hill County we are lntildiug up Sones & Adams.
A Complete Stock of Paints, Oils, Builders’ Hardware
Is now displayed in our new building for the insjieetiou of the
people of this county. Every one requiring goods handled by
us are requested to call and get our prices before purchasing.
We will guarantee to save them money.
We are in Business and mean Business.
A mistake was made last week in
mentioning the card and dancing par
ty at the Forrester’s hall as an assem
bly of the 400. We are reliably inform
ed that there are. not 400 people fit for
the duties and responsibilities of the
Uppah Class in the city, so the invita
tions were limited to 40. Of the 40 in
vited the following attended:
Misses Cora X Young, Clara Irvine,
bocal and General,
Cyntitba F. Fellows, Stella F. Patty,
Sheridan Sun. Mar. 9.1
Do You Want It?
Myrtle H. Henderson, Elnore J. Coop
III. E. Hayes, lecturer of’the state
Salmon—steel heads—are running in
er, Ina 1’. Cooper, Ella Hendrix, Va
The new edition of Chambers’ I’ni- leria Patty, Nellie Cooper, Anna A.
Irunge, will lecture at Union ball,
NAME * ACCT.
cl ’ m ’ d
all the coast streams now.
■uthwest of the city, Monday, March versal Encyclopedia, in 30 handy vol Adams, Myrtle Millsap, Mrs. E. !)•
A teacher is wanted in n new dis Jones & Adams, R & B » 4 21 *
umes, 400 pages each, 12,000 pages in Fellows. The gentlemeu 'present were
A S Briggs
trict on Three Rivers in Tillamook
I Special attention is called to the all, will be presented to each subscriber Messrs. IL Lycurgus Conner, IL Acto-
Bock of lace curtains which Apperson to the New York Weekly World whose aides Henderson F. Epicharmus Ren-
Rev. T. H. Henderson preached liis I L Martin
L offering at from one three dollars a name is on the subscription list of the ny, J. Hieramenes Renny, 8. Mamcr-
farewell sermon at the JM. E. church Fred Florey
tini Gaunt, J. Esse Irvine, C. Hoboeti
Sunday last at 11 a. m. to a large aud Wm F Coulter
I George H. Hines, of Portland, was in ready for delivery, April 15th, provided McKinney, J. Quastores Weisner, E.
appreciative congregation. He aud W Tustin
only that be pays the cost of transpor Castabala Branson, G. Anaximander
[lie city Tuesday. He is organizing an
family left Tuesday for Port Townsend G E Detinering do
tation, handling and insurance of safe Barnhart, C. Epicurus Johnson, W.
Ixcurslon of old pioneers to tlie World’s
delivery, which, by special contract, is McAllister Link, E. Cadogan Apper-
$2.10. There will be no other charge or
W A Benedict
I Judge O. N. Denny was in the city condition of any kind. Orders can be son, A. I’oggio Harris, W. Loopooloof
The annual school election took VV A Benedict
ruesday looking after his aflairs. He sent through this office.
plaeej last Monday. Roswell Bewley Coulter A Wright do
Is the holder of large real estate inter-
was elected for the three year term and C I) Wilson
Lsts in the county.
R. L. Churchman for the one year Ilarding A Heath printing 32
and intend to give another party of
I The celebrated stallion Adirondack
term. Johnny Reichter was elected Yamhill Reporter
Estate Daniel Smith; inventory tiled the same kind soon. The young men
kill stand in this eounty during the
are in the majority but then the mana
There has been lots of fruit trees set
coming season. Look at the advertise
Jo Phillips returned from Salem last J W Martin boarding Cal-
Guardianship of Shell Hawley; peti gers intend to prouounce a few more of
out the past two weeks about Here.
ment in this issue.
Tuesday where he purchased St. Paul,
tion for allowance to Shell Hawley of the young ladies of the city as fit asso
I Subject of morning discourse at the $500; allowed.
There is quite a number of children a Bybee colt, and a full brother to the J C Nelson supplies l’ierte
ciates for the young men and the next
indigent.............. .. ........ 2« 50 20 50
Christian church next Sunday, “The
meeting will probably lack a majority that are liaving^n attack of chicken noted Oregon sprinter—“Misty Morn.”
flood Samaritan;” evening discourse, BUYERS' AND BUSINESS DIRECTOR. of young men.
The firm of Bybee A Chapman • has Margaret Warters board
ing Mrs. Runyon indi- .
|*In Gethsemane.” Every one invited.
There are quite a numlier of eases of been dissolved, and hereafter Messrs.
J. P. Irvine wants 500 good 90 day
For tlie Medel.
gent................................ 22 50 22 50
I On the 22nd of this month there will customers. We have more bookkeepers
Bible, Bibee A Mendenhall will lie as
Mrs M E Stott freight on
The second shoot for the Selby med
pe a Hegira of sports to Albany, as on than money.
Joe Medill, who has been very low sociated together, Mr. Chapman retir
one car of lumber.......
al took place last Saturday at the witli pneumonia is improving since ing.
that day the «match between W. E.
Baled timothy hay for sale at $12 per Shooting groundsill this city. E. Long
L Potter bounty on wild
Martin of this city and Ski Meeks of ton. For further particulars see M.
Cleveland took his seat. His soil from
[Lafayette Ledger, Mar. 10.J
won the medal by a score of 23 out of Texas arrived last week and is wailing
Albany will take place.
Morgan or John Evenden.
The Rebecca lodge was organized at I N Collard janitor work
The clerk lias issued license to wed
at court heuse................. , 12 00 12 00
A full line of musical instruments at time that Mr.Long has won the medal;
this place |ast Wednesday evening, by
¡during the week to Margaret Westfall,
While N. L. Wiley was plowing last
I N Collard janitor public
a Mr. Walling, of Portland.
pf Newberg and Elijah Carpenter, of
Monday, the plow struck a rock and
A fine conservatory violin for $20 and full score of the match is given Isslow: one of the plow handles struck him
D ied —At the home of his parents,
Lafayette. Also to Kittle Roberts aud
Chas Grissen stationery
a cheap one for $4 at C. Grissen’s liook
near the heart, and he has been con-
Asa Kelsey, of Carlton.
for county.................... 14 10 14 10
• a fa, w »
nnd music store.
9th, J. T. Wood,aged 1(1 years," months
I fined to the house since.
| The Yamhill comity Christian En
of McMinnville wa
and two days. Funeral services were
J. P. Irvine lias a few more 5 gallon
g- a C l , (W
Miss Maggie Inglis has lieen engaged
deavor convention will be held at New
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ter and lights............. 14 35 14 35
K ■ B
to teach a three months school at ('he-
berg April 1, 2. Alli societies m the
George W McBride certi
Dcilschneider is just in receipt of a
halem Mt. school house, to commence
bounty are entitled to be represented
fied copy of II B No 343 5 00
fine stock of shoes. If you are looking
by delegation. W. F. Edwards, Sec.
Union Hardware Co hard
[Tillamook Headlight Mar. lOj.
for a good pair of boots or shoes and
ware for county...........
The following officers were elected at
Joseph Burn, a Russian, Tomi l’ent-
The North Yamhill leader lias been
want to pay cash for them, go to Deil-
the annual school meeting in the fol sold to C. A. Martine, banker of that G W McConnell examin
tilla, an Italian, Peter Christensen, a
ing physician Mrs War-
lowing districts: District 29, Andrew place. The newspaper may be strength
Dane and Colin Allison, an English schnelder’s.
Don’t forget, if you have any cash,
Pickett was reelected director and 8. ened financially but we doubt if the
man, renounced their countries last
Lizzie E Judd care of Mrs
M. Calkins was elected clerk; District bank is.
week ami received final citizenship pa that J. P. Irvine is still in tlie lead
when it comes to low prices.
Daily insane ................. 2 50
No. 35, Lee Winters was elected direc
Rev. Gid Ely. the pugilist preacliur,
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Yamhill county convention of the
and Andrew Conklin, the “Israelite,”
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for court house............. 32 00 32 00
elected clerk; District No. 56, Zitnri were engaged in a religious debate in
W. C. T. U. will be held in Newberg debted to the firm of Carlin A Coulter
Office Specialty Mfg Co
on the 6th and 7th of April. Mrs. Nar
nietal case for recorder 225 00 225 00
Rees was reelected clerk; District No. nights, Rev. Gid championed the bi
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cissa White Kinney, of Astoria, will be settle their indebtedness as all accounts
Justice transcript State vs
in attendance and will lecture on the
ble and Andrew took the opposite
L II Reeves.................. 59 80 59 80
and 8. Brutscher was reelected clerk.
tor in a short time.
ground, Quite a number of people lis-
evening of the 6th.
Road survey No 365 Har-
The district fire alarm whicli lias
rig road Dayton............. 26 00 2600
I fair next fall and it is expected to be Bowers acted as referee, calling
been on exhibition in this city for some improved farm security will find it to
time in a stentorian voice when
time past will be shipped back to the their advantage to call on W. T. X in
15 62 15 62
owners to-day, as the committee ap
20 46 20 40
T W Perry com'r salary
Rhodes A Rhodes have money to
The school election here Monday-
pointed have not yet determined what
45 18 45 18
J J Henderson do
Owing to the fact that the appropri the buggy badly, but he and the horses
loan on improved farm property.
suited in electing M. W. Harrison di Wm Galloway Co Judge. 66 67 66 67
system they want to adopt.
ation made by the legislature for the escaped with only a few scratches.
rector, two years term, to succeed Geo. Wyatt Harris office expen-
When you want prices on lumber get exhibition of Oregon products at the
Persons desiring horse bills are re
Mrs. 8ade Smith is quite poorly.
Smith, moved away; W. G. Kelso,
quested to call at this offing and look at them of A. 8. Briggs as he will save World’s fair was too small to permit
52 50 52 50
___________ B eporteii .
three years term to succeed Capt. Stil J C Pennington Co Treas. 50 00 50 00
our stock of horse cuts. It is the larg you money. Any quantity and quality. the commission to issue a suitable pub
well, term expired and H. F. Good J B Stilwell et al institute
est in the county or on the west side. Office with Jas. Fletcher.
lication in quantities demanded for
If you want samples of our cuts write
Rhodes A Rhodes art sole agents for the occasion, a work to be published
and assistant................ 49 50 49 50
M Fisk to 1’ Coughlin, lots 3 and 4, speed as clerk. A tax of »1300 was
voted to carry on school and pay inci J B Stilwell school Supt
the sale of lots in Willis addition.
58 70 58.70
and we will mail them to you.
under tlie auspices of the Portland blk 5, Maple Park add to T.afayette;
dental expenses during the year. It is W L Warren sheriff’s fee
Apperson’s store is filled with all the
35 90 34 90
John W and Mary M Dunn to W P estimated that aliout $500 will be re
the world’s fair commissioners. This
late style goods. They have been pur Oregon.
ceived from the state fund, as there are
chased of the best houses in tlie east
W. Taylor has headquarters at Lo work will be descUptive of the natural Johnson, lot 0, 14k 15, Lafayette; $606. now 205 school children in the district, W L Warren fees for Feb 36 50
Ed Hendricks clerk's fees
Delia Kellett to I C Lawrence, s 1 of
and are now beitig displayed for the gan’s barber »hop and is prepared to do resources,advantages and general indus
whereas there were only 185 last year.
261 10 246 10
opening which will take place on Fri house cleaning, carpet laying and tries of this state. Each section of the lot 1 and 2, blk 13, Johns add to Mc
F.d Hendricks fees for Feb 69 35 69 35
cleaning, whitewashing,window clean
day and Saturday of this week.
[North Yamhill Leader. Mar. 10.J
F M York assessor’s sal'ry 64 50 Cont
Investment Co to L M Graves, lots 7
tial manner, as each section will be
A squaw was observed tlie other day ing and general jobwork.
| Mr Bunn commenced operation* Ben C Irwin one ream ma-
asked to support the work.ia order that and 8, blk 5, Oak Park add to McMinn
in the East End carrying a cook stove.
If you want your property insurer! in
last Monday for the moving of fhe
About a dozen feet behind her trudged a standard company, Rhodes A Rhodes a large number of the books may be Is
Hauswirtb school house to his lot on Alice Thomas care Amy
sued. The work will be beautifully il
her brave, carrying the lid lifter and a will be pleased to write you.
Maple street; when the building i*
Daily insane.................. ‘2 50
lustrated and will contain reading mat 60x300 feet in Newberg; $1.
popcorn ball. Civilization can do little
Dry oak wood delivered at »3.00 per ter calculated to induce desirable immi
Mrs M C Graham to Maris A Colcord placed on its new foundation It will lx Julia A Smith
for the red man.— Dalle» Chronicle.
fitted up for a business house.
coni." Ixiave orders at J. R. Booth's gration to the state of Oregon. Inas lots 4, 5 and 6, blk 2, Newberg; »525.
Anna C C«»k
Don’t forget the grand opening at market.
The school meeting held at this place s Gideon Hester
Mrs E W O’Bryan to R H lingers,lot
much as agents will visit the various
Apperson’s. Beverly and all are tak
Call on Rhodes A Rhode« for bargains towns of the state for the purpose of 1 and 23 feet off south side lot 2, blk 3, last Monday, resulted in the election of State of Oregon. County of Yamhill, sa.
ing extra pains to make this the great in real estate. They will show you taking subscriptions papers will con Deskins add to Newberg; »450.
Asa E. McKern as clerk for the ensu
I, Ed Hendricks, county clerk and
est display of seasonable goods ever property nnd give prices with the best fer a favor by copying the above no-
W Simmons to R Gant, 39,312 sq ft of ing year, and D. P. Trullinger succeeds clerk of the county court of the county
shown in McMinnville. All are cor terms.
himself as director for three years. of Yamhill, and state of Oregon, do
land in McMinnville; $1000.
dially invited to inspect the goods on
M Fisk to Martin Burlftigame, land There were no appropriations voted.
hereby certify that the foregoing copy of
The butcher shop of J. R. Booth
or latsrsst to Hop Growers.
Thursday, Friday nnd Saturday of
in Lafayette; $1.
Mr. Geo. B. Hutchcroft of Pike dis- schedule of claims lias been by me com
ls at all times supplied with the best of
M Fisk to Martin Burlingame, lots 4 I trict is greatly pleased on 'account of ps red with the original, and that it is a
Good tools are essential to the »UC-
meats. Game and fish in season, rec
W. E. Martin lias been elected one
[ the word received in relation to the correct transcript therefrom and ol the
and 6, blk 59, Lafayette: $3.
of the vice-president« of the Oregon
; sale of his hops in the London, Eng., whole of such original schedule of claims
Bale-1 timothy hay for sal«' at »14 per
Sporting Association. This organiza
market; he receives 117 shillings per as the same appears of file at inv office
ton by J. Wisecarver. Good quality, is there need of argument to prove 24} acres, t 5 a, r 4 w; $1750.
tion, if properly managed, will have
and in my custody.
Christian Hirsbruner to WL D Abra- I cwt.
that we have the finest line of hop tools
call and examine.
, In testimony whereof I have hereunto
considerable to do with the proper oh-
in the market. To see them ia to be ham, 81 acres in t 2 s, r 4 w; »920.
Mr. Tho*. W. Perry hss increased
Any kind of wood In any quantity
■ervance of the game laws and the
convinced. Our assortment comprises; Iaivina A Watt to Mrs L T Hender- j his vineyard to six acres this spring. set my hand and affixed the seal of said
preservation of game. McMinnville
disk cultivators, spring tooth ealtiva- son, lot 6, blk 7, Jos Watts add to ’ His land is situated near the railroad court this 14th day of March, A. I). 1893.
When your $200 watch needs repair tors, solid tooth cultivators, all with ; Amlty; »40:
E d . H knoricks , Clerk.
should now make an effort to he in the
depot ami is well adapted to grape rais
ing take it to D. A- Smith. All kinds steel frames. Also :’>-gang plows, ad
C H Bereh to I N und E J Butler. ing. Mr. Perry believes in a variety of
Raehian’a Araiea Sain.
The basket social at the opera house of jewelry repaired.
justable lieam, Mid stationary beam 150 acres, sec 28, t 5 », r 7 w; »1500.
1 production,' therefore plants grapes
The Best Halve in the world for Cut«,
for the benefit of the band netted the
8. Howorth A Co. at the McMinn one-horse plow. We have selected
I. T Wright to I N sud E J Butler, 1 while others plant bops.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
boys something over $40- This will be ville pharmacy are closing out their these with much care, and bought acre, sec 28, t 5 s, r 7 w ; »1.
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
F W Martin to Mary A York, 1 acre,
Shiloh's Vitalizer ls what you need Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup-
expended for uniforms. The enter stock of paints and oils at cost. Call them direct from manufacturers. De
a^^tlyely euw «ten or no
tainment was lnter»perse«l with short and investigate.
scriptive circulars sent on application. pt Nehemiah Martin, d 1 c, t 4 b , r 4 w; for dyspepsia. Torpid liver, ytllow j
..----- _ ___ ‘ pay required. It is guaranteed to give
talks by Messrs. Grissen, Coehow, Ho
«kin or kidney trouble. It is gnaran-1'
satisfaction, or money refund
A. F Fields will plow your garden Be sure and see them before purchas »140.
United States to John W Miller, 274 teed to give you satisfaction. Priije 75cJ e«i. Price 25 cents per box. For sale
U nion H ardware C o .
berg and <lalloway. The music of the Ui good shape at a reasonable price. ing.
acres, t 6 s, r 5 w.
Sold bv Howorth & Co.
I i by Rogers Biro.
band was excellent and all attending Drop a card in the postoffice.
D- HMe* NsrsTae for Norrom Prootrtdoa.
JONES & ADAMS,
Third Street. McMinnville, Oregon.
The finest line of
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES,
Bedrock prices! Buy for Cash! Sell for Cash! Light
Expenses! No bad accounts to lose! No Bookkeeper to
pay! I can and will sell you goods
CHEAP FOR CASH
CJkLL -A.XTZZ) SEE ZfcÆE.
Is the best bred horse in the State of Oregon; of fine
form and finish and remarkable intelligence and kind
disposition. He is an unusually sure foal getter, and
his colts are all large and speedy.
Í Abdallah, 1.
dike’s) »ire of 41 2: 30 (Chas Kent mare,
'Bona Fide, 720, sire
of Humbeat, 2:28,
and Daniel Boone,
sire of Echo 2:271;
Nelly M 2:2«} and
Susie Owens 2:26.
Kate, dam of Breeze,
2:24; Bruno, 2:29$ *
Young Bruno 2:22}
'Volunteer, 55 sire of St.
Julian 2:lliand 26 oth
ers in 2:30 or better.
Lady Patriot, by Young Pa-
riot outofTx’wis Hnlsemare
/Kate barling, by Sherman Mor
gan, founder of the great Mor«
lows: Saturdays and Mondays, McMinnville; Tues-
, days and Wednesdays. North Yamhill; Thursdays and
' Fridays. Sheridan.
D. A. SHEPARD.
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