The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, April 13, 1893, Image 2

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    HATS
GIVEN
AWAY
AT
KAY
&
TODD
S
!
suit of Clothes bought at our store for Cash we will make the purchas^. a Present of a^Ne\v Hat
With every suit oi < jio
to be marked
to be worth at least 10 • per cent of the price of the suit; moreover we guarantee our fenfire stock
nywnere
in plain figures and at prices much less than the same quality of goods can be bought _for any
where else
else u m
en’s and
the county. We Carry Only Men’s Goods,.and our lines of Men
an Boys’ Clothing, Hats, Shoes and Furn-
We have the only First Class Merchant
ishing Goods are by far the largest to be found south of Portland.
KAY & TODD.
Tailor shop in the county and make desirable alterations on suits free of charge.
Council Proceeding«.
$14000.
Wm DeHaven to Geo It Dedman,
A special meeting ef the council
For the Week Ending Tue.day, April
176 acres, pt H H Sims d 1 c, t 5 », r 7
11, 1S93..V. S. Signal Service.
was held Tuesday evening for the pur­
w; $6000.
pose of considering B and G street im­
The past week has been one of the J M Kelty to J T Williamson, lots 1- provements.
2-3-4-5-0,
blk
46;
Lafayette;
$1800.
coldest and with the most rainfall of
Mayor ordered to appoint arbitrator
any on record. The weather can be Union Lodge, A F A A M, to J T to confer with one appointed by Rev.
Jolly,
nJ
of
nJ
lot]292,
cemetery;
$6.
of
low
briefly summed up as consisting < “
Can Supply All Your Needs Iu
United States to James Armstrong, Briody on straightening Gstreet. Chas.
temeratures, frequent rains, frost, , little
Palmer appointed by mayor.
640
acres, secs 32-34-35, t 5 s, r 4 w.
sunshine and sn< w on the blgli-
The ordinance widening B street was
er elevations. Hail fell on the • after- T B Campbell to Geo Graybant, lots passed. J. Gault, G. L. Baker and 8.
1-13,
blk
2,
Whiteson;
$400.
noon of the 7th, and on the 10th. . The
A. Manning were appointed to assess
A B Faulconer to Estella B Worth­
total amount of rainfail varies from 1
damages.
inch to 2J inches, it being heaviest ington, 1 acre, pt A B Faulconer di c,
Councilman Jones authorized to have
about Roseburg and Eugene, decreas­ $30
fence on property owned by Stall, that
United
States
to
John
Flett,
53.25
ing towards Ashland and Portland.
is now being used by city, removed.
The records fail to show for the last 20 acres, lots 4-5-6, see 18, t 2 s, r 3 w.
T 8 McDaniel to Geo P Lent, 737.68 Prevent and cure Constipation and Sick-
years a more backward season, 1. e.,
Headache, Small Bile Beaus.
such a continuation of rainy weather acres t 3 s, r 3 w; $4000.
To all Digestion take one Small Bile Bean
M
Fisk
to
M
P
Hanshaw,
parcel
land
after eating. 25c. per bottle.
and comparatively cool temperatures.
FOSHIER VS NARVER.
near
Lafayette;
$1.
There has been little development in
TED SALESMEN!
F A E Starr to to P W Watkins, 57
A I’emllnr Case that lias Been Tried vegetation during the past week. The
acres,
pt
Phillip
Thompson
d
1
c,
t
3
s,r
Local anil Traveling.
fruit buds are swelling gradually, and
In rhe Courts of Iowa and Oregon.
present our well known house
a few localities in Jackson, Josephine, 3 w; $1400.
You need no capital to represent a
Frank M Boyer to John Campbell,
About a year ago a ntan named Douglas, Linn, Benton, Clackamas,
firm that warrants nursery stock firstclass
W. E. Foshier, residing in Iowa, be­ Marion and YVashington counties re­ lot 2, bik 34, Oak Park add to McMinn­ and true to name. Work all the Year. *100
per month to the right man. Apply quick,
gan an action against John Narver, of port a few peach trees in blossom. Re­ ville; $150.
stating age.
L. L. MAY A CO.,
this place, to recover about $740 alleged ports generally agree that the back­ Franklin Fruit Land Co to Wesley F Nurserymen, Florists and Seedsmen,
to be due on an alleged judgment ward season is most beneficial to the Foster, 105.39 acres in Yamhill county; (This house is responsible) 8t. Paul, Minn.
claimed to have been obtained in Mon­ coming fruit season, though there are $6300.
Porter N Skinner to Louie L Skin­
roe county, Iowa, on Dec. 2, 1891.
some fears that the continued‘cool rain
Mr. Narver has been a resident of ntay chill the buds. The present con­ ner, 60 acres t 3 s, r 2 w; $1200.
L Root und wife to W. J. Garrison,
this state for years, but formerly resid­ dition of the fruit trees and their buds
SEE OUR GOODS BEFORE PURCHASING.
ed in Iowa. He was in Iowa In No­ warrants the assertion ¡that the year’s tract of land in Y'ainhill county; $100.
vember, 1891, on a visit, and a ntan fruit crop will be large. Planting of B F Huston to Martha A Edson, 11}
whom he did not know called on him fruit trees continue. Over 10,000 trees acres somewhere in tlie county; $2ooo.
On and after April 1st, ;
C D Johnson and wife to Mary L
at his brother’s residence near Albia, have been added to the acreage of the
and asked him if his name was Narver prune around Dundee, Yamhill coun­ Johnson Glenn, lot 4, blk 1. original 1893,1 will sell my en- !
and was told that it was. This man ty. About Ashland and in Douglas town of McMinnville; $1.
YVm Newhouse to Lizzie Stock lot 2, tire stock of
.» >.
then read to hint a notice or summons county there has been a large increase
block 19, Rowland’s add to McMinn­
addressed to P. J. Narver in a case of in the fruit acreage.
W
DEALER IN
W. E. Foshier vs P. J. Narver, notify­ The fall-sown wheat lias slow growth ville; $300.
ing him tiiat if he did not pay a cer­ but it is rooting well. Oil the low, un­ Fraternity Lodge I. O. O. F. to M
tain sum of money by a certain day a drained land where water stands, some Chamberlain, lots 1 to 6, blk 1 Odd Fel­
As I intend to make a|
judgment would be taken .against of the wheat is reported to be rusting. lows cemetery North Yamliill; $10.
Van B Delushniutt to Ernest Delash­ change in business.
him for that amount. Mr. Narver Considerable yellow is seen on tlie low
:
mutt, 386.19 acres t 5 s, r 4 w; $5000.
promptly told the person attempting land.
United States to Reuben Caves and
the service, that his name was not P.
Come in and get prices ;
Spring seeding is generally retarded.
J. Narver, but was John Narver, and Plowing on the uplands is about finish­ wife, 638.55 acres, t 6 s, r 6 w.
and
you’ll be Convinced!
Reuben Caves and wife to Adam
that he was not the person he was look­ ed. The wheat acreage has generally
Matheny,
160
acres
pt
R
Caves
d
1
c,
t
6
that
I mean what I say. :
ing for and told hint who P. J. Narver been increased. Grass is growing nice­
was and informed hint that he never ly: it is about the only vegetation not s, r 4 w; nine average cows and calves.
Adam Matheny and wife to David
made or had anything to do with the retarded in its growth by the present
note referred to in the summons. The weather. Hops are appearing above Thompson, 160 acres,pt R Caves d 1 c, t
Sign of the Big Boot.
man went away, and Mr. Narver came the ground; the acreage of hops has 6 s, r 4 w; ¿500.
David Thompson and wife to David
home to Oregon, thinking that no ef­ been greatly increased, especially with­
fort would be made to get a judgement in 35 miles of Salem. The streams are McDonald, 160 acres, pt R Cave d 1 c, t
against hint. He thought no more of high and lumbermen aro actively en­ 6 s, r 4 w; $360.
SHERIFF’S SALE.
David and Lavina McDonald to Jas
the matter until a summons was served gaged in floating their logs. Present
on him here based on a pretended judg­ atmospheric conditions do not warrant McDonald, 160 acres R Cave die, t 6
WHEREAS the Circuit court of the state
ment rendered in Iowa on the service the belief of an immediate clearing of s, r 4 w; $1300.
of Oregon, for Yamhill county, on the 1st
J
D
Boatman
to
Samuel
Ewing,
23.61
day
of April, A. D. 1893, in that certain
made as before stated. The man who the weather; but the wish of all is for
therein pending wherein R. Livingstone
acres pt E Millican d 1 c, t 4 s, r 4 w; suit
attempted to serve him in Iowa erased warmer and fair weather.
was plaintiff and Emil Pfaff, Henry Wein-
$146.5.20.
the *‘P” from the name in the sum­
hard, Knapp, Burrell & Co. and The Mitch­
EASTERN OREGON.
ell
A Lewis Company were defendants,
I
F
Edmiston
to
Samuel
Ewing,
Jot
mons and the notice was then address­
The weather continues to be wet,
rendered a decteefn favor of the said plain­
ed to J. Narver instead of P. J. Narver cloudy and cool; there is a marked ab­ in Lufayette 80x200 ft; $1500.
tiff and against th. said defendant Emil
Miles B Martin to J H Allen, 40 aces Pfaff for the recovery of the sum of $13,800.-
as it was when read to Mr. Narver. sence of sunshine. Six Inches of snow
00 U. 8. Gold coin with interest thereon at
Tlie Iowa court not knowing of the fell on the morning of the 10th In sec 1, 12 s, r 5 w; $200.
the rate of six per cent per annum from
Milton
Nicholson
to
Nettie
Nichol
­
April 1st, 1893, and for $400.00 attorneys
change, entered judgement against Umatilla, Union, Wallowa and Baker
and $42.75 costs and disbursements
John Narver for a large amount. A counties. Frosts have been frequent. son, 10 lots, blk 4, 5 and 6 Newberg; $1. fees,
and the sum of $312.00 as taxes, and fore­
J Anderson to B Wistar Morris, 15 closing the mortgage executed by the said
copy of this judgment was sent to The amount of rainfall for the week
Pfaff upon tlie hereinafter described
Messrs. McCain A Magers for collection has ranged from .60 of an inch to 1.33 acres, pt Jas Badley die, t 3 s, r2 w; Emil
real premises to secure the payment of all
and they brought suit on this judg­ inches. The season is unnsually late $300.
said several sums of money, and ordering
the sale of said real premises; and Where­
E H Disbrow to Jacob Grauer,
ment. Mr. Narver was greatly sur­ and backward.
as it was found by said court and said de­
acres,
pt
Pat
Raleigh
die,
t
4
s,
prised at hearing that a judgment was
There are few, if any, trees showing
cree that the defendant Henry Weinhard
has a subsequent mortgage upon said real
taken against him in Iowa. He made j a blossom east of the Cascade moun­ $800.
premises hereinafter described to secure
G
W
Berry
to
Jacob
Grauer,
273.66
a defense here but was beaten in the tains. Color can be seen on some
to him the payment of the sum of $4539.50
court not being allowed to make any I peach and cherry trees about Milton acres Wm Chapman d 1 c, 15 s, r 6 w; gold coin together with interest thereon
from April 1st,1893, at the rate of eight per
showing but want of service. The Ore­ and The Dalles. Buds are swelling in $10,985.66.
per annum and the sum of $200.00 at­
N C Simpson to J W Warner parcel oent
That Desirable and Most Beautifully Located Property Known as
gon case has been appealed to the su­ j the Columbia and Snake river valleys,
torneys fees and the sum of $104.00 taxes,
and
w
hich sums are wholly unpaid and the
preme court. Mr. Narver through his | but they are much later than usual. of land in Faulconers add to Sheridan;
said defendant now has a decree for the re­
attorneys, Messrs. Ramsey & Fenton, The ground is thoroughly saturated. $150.
covery of the said sums from the said
Stowe & Brower to John E Clark,lots defendant Emil Pfaff; that the defendant
of this place, and T. B. Perry, of Albia, Spring seeding is greatly delayed; grass
Knapp, Burrell A Co. has a judgment lien
Iowa, began a suit in the Iowa court has slow growth. Stock on the range 7 and 8; blk 6, Chandlers add to Mc­ upon
said lands hereinafter described for
■*
Í ■ -A
- A-
' l“-
to set the Iowa judgment jside on the is not in good condition. Lambing Minnville; $140.
the principal sum of $156.26 together with
interest
thereon from April 23d, 1891, at the
Alameda White to M J Newlin, 33.06
ground of fraud and want of service, season is on and small loss is reported,
rate of ten per cent per annum and tlie
and Mr. Narver a fews days ago re­ i In Klamath county stock have been acres, pt Sol Heater d 1 c, t 3 s, r 3 w; sum of $24.15 costs and disbursements; and
the defendants Tlie Mitchell A Lewis Co.
Situate and adjoining the BAPTIST COLLEGE and Park; Only five
ceived a telegram announcing that he | turned onto the range. Little spring $5000.
a judgment lien upon said lands minutes walk from the main street of McMinnville; By taking into con­
W L Warren, sheriff, to state of Ore­ have
had gained his case in the Iowa court plowing has been in interior counties,
hereinafter described for the principal sum
and that the judgement there was set while in YVasco, Sherman and Gilliam gon, 800 acres t 5 s, r 6-6 w; foreclosure. of $150.75 together with interest thereon sideration the Fine Avenues and Streets, the Sightly Situation and Love-
the 8th day of September 1891, at the ly Surroundings Pleasant Home addition furnishes the grandest and
W L YVarren to H H Luce, s J Caleb from
aside. The battle will go on in Oregon counties it is about completed. The
rate ten per cent per annum and the sum
as the judgment here is not set aside. farmers and stockmen are generally Wood d 1 c; $2317.50.
of$24.85 costs and disbursements and the most convenient property for those desiring a beautiful home. Pleasant
United States to Joseph A Wooden, sum of $25.00 attorneys fees, whicli said Home is subdivided in four acre-blocks and is sold on reasonable term*.
Mr. Narver and his attorneys are very jubilant over tho prospect, though
liens of the said defendents Henry Wein­
sure of setting aside the Oregon judg­ | where spring seeding is not completed 159 acres sec 34-35; c 4 s, r 4 w.
hard. Knapp, Burrell A Co., and Tlie For information apply to WM. F. BRIEDENSTEIN, Sole Agent,
ment. The strangest thing about this ! there is considerable complaint. YVartri- John W Fletcher to George Baxter Mitchell & Lewis Company are subsequent
._______
.Cor- Third Street and Railroad. McMinnville, Or.
the lien of the plaintiff R. Livingstone,
strange matter is that Mr. Narver , er and fair weather would now prove and J T Hash, J acre of land in Day­ to
and that said court in and by said decree of
never owed any part of the debt sued very beneficial and would greatly fa­ ton; $.35.
foreclosure orderil the sale of all said real
-raises hereinafter described to obtain
Geo P Lent and wife to W A Town­
on in Iowa. The action was based on cilitate growth of vegetation and the
unds with wliicli to satisfy the said sums 10 ebnt* per double roll. 8end i-centstanin
send, 737.67 acres secs 14, 15, 22, 23; t 3s of money due said plaintiff R. Livingstone, for samples. 8COFIELD A MORGAN.
a note not signed or indorsed by him. backward farming operations.
4
Proprietors of The McMinnville
20
192 Third st. Portland. Or.
anil that if after the payment of said sums
r3 w; $25,000.
He was in no way a party to the note, I
'
B. 8. P aoue ,
so due said plaintiff there should then be
it having been made by his son and
Observer. I Dr. Miles' Nervine for NervouB Prostration.
any sum remaining from the proceeds of
TILE
said sale tlie sum so remaining should be
daughter-in-law. The note had been
applied on the said liens of said defendents
Captain Sweeney, U. 8. A., San1
TILE
due more titan fifteen years and had
according to their priority and in the order
WILSON A HENDERSON, Prop*.
been paid. All the difficulties in the i Diego, Cal., says: “Shiloh’s Catarrh
hereinabove stated; and Whereas there
Situated at the Southwest corner of tin
was duly issued out of said court in said
matter arose out of the change made Remedy is the first medicine I have
lair Grounds. All sizes of
suit upon and to enforce said dooree of said
in the summons so that it was ad­ ever found that would do me any good
Circuit court on the 8th day of April. A. D.
Sold by Howorth A < ’o.
1893, a writ qi execution under the seal of
dressed to J. instead of P J. Narver. Price 50 cts. ______________
First-Class Drain Tile
said court aiiil to me directed commanding EVERYTHING FIRST CLASS,
Complete
in
Two
Hours
by
The erasing of the “P" created the
me
in tlie name of the State of Oregon to
Real Estate.
kept constantly on hand at lowest living
LATEST
STYLE
RIGGS
sell as provided by said decree, according
difficulty. Mr. Narver and his attor­
Price»
DERBY A BOYER,
M Stem's Iipsroa Speak to law, to satisfy tlie above mentioned sums
AND APPOINTMENES.
neys feel much elated ever the victory
Andrew Graf to Fred Lehman, wj
of money together with costs tlie following
McMinnville, Oregon.
in Towa.
described real premises, to-wit:
lot 14, Chehalem Orchard Hom«; $660.
Special Attention Given to
Beginning
at
a
point
which
is
north
six
­
Mary J Washburne to Artemus Wil­
No EaMing.
Boarders.
Dissolution of Partnership.
teen degrees west eight chains from the
Cannot Borrow Money.
I
No Sickness,
liams, 20 acres, pt Jos R Y'oung d 1 c, t
northeast corner of the southeast quarter
Third
Street,
Between
E
and
F,
MeMinn-
of section four in township five south ville, Oregon.
No Inconvenience.
Notice is hereby given that the partner-
It has been supposed that the school 4 s, r 4 w; $2075.
range four west of the Willamette meridi­
snip heretofore existing between ut‘
Jesse
Edwards
to
C
T
Fling,
lots
10-
an. and running thence north eighty-four
board could borrow money enough to
under the firm name of W. T. Booth A Son
degrees thirty minutes cast sixty-two chains
has this day been mutually dissolved, U 8.
run the schools until the next year, if 11-12 and sj lots 13-14-15, blk 54 Ed­
PROF. SLOCUM’S
and sixteen links to a point, which is north
Dooth retiring. All accounts due said firm
twenty-four degrees west fifty links distant
tlie bonds for buildings were voted ward’s add to Newberg; $58.75.
will be paid to W. T. Booth and all firm
MAGIC SEARCHER from tlie northcast corner of the tract of
Manufactures and Deals in
I< L Stowe to E M Loban, lots 3-4,
debts will be paid by W. T. Booth. All who
down. And so they could if they
land containing seventy.six and fiftv-one
have
not settled their accounts up to Janu­
blk
16,
Jobnsadd
to
McMinnville;
$950.
King
of
all
Blood
Medicines,
Cures
Sorofil
­
would, for their combined personal
hundredths parts of an acre at this time
ary 1, 1893, are requested do so at once. We
Union Lodge, A F « A M, to Jas ia, and all Skin Diseases. Rheumatism, owned by A. M. Waddell, thence south
note would fetch that mucli money at
thank our many friends for their liberal
Kidney Diseases. General Debility, Nervous twenty-four degrees east fifty links; thence
patronage, and bespeak for W. T. Booth,
Affections, and restores Lost Vitality.
any bank in funds; but they would Fox, n} lot 260, cemetery; $11.
nortli forty-five degrees thirty minutes east
who will carry on the business at the old
C Eisenhaur to Andrew Graf, lots 5-
25 chains 92 links to southwest comer of a
thus obligate themselves individuaily
SADDLES,
stand, the same favors and kind treatment
!
tract of land at this time owned by Duncan
6,
blk
15,
Hurley
A
Larges
add
to
New
­
shown
ns.
W. T. B ooth ,
for the payment of the amount, as
BRIDLES,
Ross, thence north twenty-three degree*
PROF. SLOCUM’S
r* a j
U. 8. B ooth .
they have no legal authority to borrow berg; $450.
thirty minutes west to the Yamhill river
WHIPS,
Dated March 20, 1893.
thence with the meanders of said river up
money and obligate the district there­ A J Nelson to N J Rowland, lot on
SPURS,
•
stream to where the east boundary line of
for, except upon a vote of the district. B street, McMinnville; $57.
tlie Donation Land Claim of Ephraim Ford
BRU8HE8.
Mary
A
Rowland
to
N
J
Rowland,
crosses the same thence south along the
Liver
Regulator
and
Vermifuge
combined
This is the conclusion of good legal tal­
ROBES, Etc.
Cures Dyspepsia,Constipation, Indigestion east boundary line of said Ford claim to
lots
3-4,
blk
18,
Rowlonds
add
to
Mc­
ent after studying the matter thor­
Billiousness and Malaria, also removesail the southeast corner thereof and thence Aud Mils them cheaper than anv other
Minnville;
$1.
er ’?
sfiry M t all home-ntailc
oughly. The directors, therefore, can
common worms from tlie system without west along the south boundary line of said
h«rtie"« is the favorite with all who have
Andrew Graf to D C Powell, lots 5-«, the aid of other medicines.
Ford claim to the center of tne southeast tried them
only issue warrants for services and
Give
me a call and get prices.
quarter of section thirty-three in townsbiD
supplies of all kinds, drawing no inter­ blk 15, Hurley A Larges add to New­
four south, range four west of the Willam­
berg;
$500.
.
>.
*?.r a*ent- We fomi’h
•xpeMivt
est, and payable only when the funds
ette meridian; thence south to the north
tJv
you need
B °°"ts
to
E C Powell to Andrew Graf, 29.251
PROF. SLOCUM’S
I’Oondarv line of the Donation Land Claim
. biulBe«.. We will treat yon well, «nd
come in, until the district takes a vote
of
H
H.
Hyde,
thence
east
along
said
iclp
>ou
to
,.rn
ten
tlme>
ordinary
»area
B<M*
upon the subject. This would necessi­ .acres, sec 11, t 4 s, r 4 w; $500.
north boundary line to tlie northeast cor
£22
*11
c*n
« *>’“«
"o* '•
ner thereof and thence south sixteen de- House, Sign, and Ornamental Painter
w •" "■»
Any one nay wbert
tate going through all the legal forms 8 Ewing to I N Edmiston, 60.98
'*¿n * $"*<
of money. Many hare made
Srees east to place of beginning, containing
acres,
pt
John
F
Johnson
d
1
c,
t
4
«,
r
prefacing the calling of a special elec­
neTôl
,">ii*ra a Month. No elaaa ol
ve hundred and seven acres of land be
Th* Only Sl|n Writer In the County.
FOR CATARRH.
-i.E™ "
"orM *r« mäkln« ao much money
the same more or less, and known 'as a
tion. This writer believes the voters 5 w; $3000.
Sue..? “POal »«‘hoae at work for m. Bualiieaa
whole as • The Armstrong Farm " in Yam Homes fitted up in the Neatest and Most
Union Lodge, A F A A M, to P D I Cures all Catarrhal. Bronchial and Throat hill
"“J’ •‘ririiy honorable, and paya better than
at such an election would authorize the
county. State of Oregon
" “m I
tuT,
agenta. You have a rlear
Artistic 8tyle.
directors to borrow in the name of the Landingham, lot 181, cemetery; $10. i affections.
Now therefore I. W. L. Warren, as «her- I
e,.;;.T. h ■’
w« Mnlp yon with
Designs furnished for Decorations.
beiinne‘r.,»i,*ni!
Printed Jlrvetlona tar
iffof Yamhill county. Oregon, under and
district sufficient funds to pay the ex­ United States to Thos Landingham,
FOUR
whl«hr If obeyed faithfully, will brin»
by
virtue
of
said
writ
of
execution
and
said
I
nanea "Î2.11*1’ th*"
other bualnrta Ini
penses of the schools for the next year. 146 acres, t 4 s, r 5 w.
decree and order of sale, will on the 20th I Remember Paper Hanging and Inside Far­ KJriC
MARVELOUS REMEDIES.
’.Ta' Pro,P*«*! Why not? You can do to
s'
ntshing a Specialty
Elizabeth Sims to Wra DeHaven,
day of May. A D. 1893. at the honr of one i
The voters certainly do not want to see
d V"*1’’
work for na. Raaaonabie
2
P; n'•.o, ““ d«Y
the court house Work taken by Contract or by the Day Ex­ PamnhL 2? r ,"»«"ary for absolute aueeaae
teacher* work for nothing or even lie 103.24 acres, pt H H Sims d 1 c, t 6 s,
door at McMinnville, in said conntv «ell
reír,.
t1’1«» ovary particular la tent
perienced men employed.
10 *"•
'"7 not li avadinnfor It.
compelled to cash their warrants at a r 7 w; $1.
All of Prof. Slocum'« Remedie* are Guar­ said real premises above described to the I
OEOftOK
STINSON « CO.,
highest
bidder
for
cash
in
U.
8
gold
coin
Third Street. McMinnville. Orewon.
John Kiernan to Geo R Dedman, I anteed—are not core alls—and have effect­
discount, which they certainly would,
Box No. 4M, Portland, Mo
ed thousands of cures where all others fail­ tue proceeds of said sale to be applied upon
I
447.61
acres,
sec«
19-40,
t
5
s,
r
5
w;
drawing no interest -Salem Statesman. ■
ed.
the claims as hereinabove stated
’
$13500.
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Until Wednesday Noon. April 19,
Sheriff of Yamhill County, Oregon
THE TELEPH0NE-REG1STEK. papers will not dare to copy, for no ex­ made to pay the penalty.
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Oce Cepy, six months in advance..............
50
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and all
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S ample C opies O f T he T elepmonreregis ­
ter will be mailed to any person in the
United States or Europe, who desires one,
free of charge.
L. P. Fisher, Newspaper advertisiing
agent, 21 Merchants’ Exchange, San
Francisco, is our authorized agent. This
paper is kept on file ia his office.
All rubecriber» who do not receive their
paper regularly will confer a favor by im­
mediately reporting the eame to thie office
Thursday, April 13, 1893.
pense to the county. We will not have
to publish the rubbish that encumbers
the docket. We will not be a party to
the schemes of the court to keep the
actual expenditures away from the
people. We are perfectly willing to
give up the compensation—25 cents a
column of 25 inches-and allow the offi­
cial papers to get it in county warrants
that are now worth about 90 cents on
the dollar. And we are willing that
the clerk should collect his legal fees,
—about $10—for a transcript of the pro­
ceedings which Im has to furnish the
official papers for copy.
There are other pajiers in the county
that have larger circulations than the
papers mentioned and we would like to
ask them if they placed the matter be­
fore the court.
The Newberg Graphic and Sheridan
Sun are far ahead of the papers ap­
pointed, both in circulation and as
news mediums. They are ably «dited
and are newspapers and certainly
should receive recognition from the
court.
The three principal officers of the
county, clerk, recorder and sheriff,
were allowed $1.50, $5, $5, respectively,
COURT PERQUISITES.
for stamps at the last session of the
county court while the judge was given
In the lately chosen official papers of
$10.90 for stamped envelopes. At the Yamhill county will appear the follow­
February term Henderson was given ing claim that was allowed at the late
session of the commissioners court:
$10.90 for stamps.
Wm. Galloway, judges salary, $76.67.
A Sheridan man who owns 210 acres
In the T elephone -R egister this
of land in this county had to sell 10 week there appears a list of the claims
acres of his tract to get enough money allowed by the court, published in
to pay last year's taxes. On another proper form and in the manner requir­
tract of 46 acres he paid $40.05, nearly ed by law.
a dollar an acre.
In it our readers will notice that the
All of whlttli goes to show that if it county judge puts in a bill for 500
were not for the necessities of life and stamped envelopes at $10.90, and it is
taxes one might, with the proper effort, allowed.
become in time a bloated plutocrat and
In the official publication this item
be president of a blighting trust,-. Sheri­ appears as salary and is a part of the
dan Snn.
$76.67. In other words the official pub­
lication tells you a plain lie and
Rev. W. D. Nichols, well known in through it the eyes of the taxpayers of
Oregon many years ago, and who dur­ this county are blinded as to the true
ing several years past has l>een a mis­ expenditures.
sionary in Africa, is dead. His field of No wonder the county is in debt
work was Liberia. Some months ago $50,000 and no decent explanation of
he was taken ill and went to the Cana­ the cause can be made.
ry islands. Getting better he started
This abuse of the allowing power
on his return to Liberia, died suddenly does not end with the county judge, for
on shipboard, February 4, and was bur­ the court allows their own bills with­
led at sea. He was educated at Salem out a question.
and Forest Grove, and many in Oregon
In the February official report of
will remember him.
claims allowed appears the following:
J. J. Henderson, com. salary, $43.30.
The Oregon.Pacific lias paid its em­ As in the case of Galloway this bill
ployes the wages due for the mouth of was allowed and while it all appears as
March. This is gratifying intelligence salary, $10.90 of it was for stamped en­
to the citiiens'of the state who are in­ velopes.
terested in the growth of the country.
This gives the commissioners court
The condition^in which this road lias 1000 stamped envelopes and they do
been for the past; few years lias been not use 200 envelopes a year in trans­
a detriment to the state for the reason acting county business.
that the road's inability to pay under
This is one item iu our indebtedness.
the Hog regime was advertised over
The taxpayers of Yamhill county are
the country and investors fought shy
called upon to puy for personal corre­
of the state. Properly managed the
spondence of the court.
road will pay, as can lie seen from the
The government has not delivered
way in which the road lias been man­
the
envelopes to Galloway yet, but the
aged during the last two months. The
wages were paid from the earniugs of county has paid for them. Where is
the road for the mouth of March. the man in Yamhill county that can
When an eastern connection is made come forward and say that he has re­
this will be one of the greatest proper­ ceived pay for material or labor before
delivering the goods? We all can’t be
ties tn the state.
county judges or commissioners, but
Charles B. Bellinger, of Portland, we can see that poor material is not
has been appointed United States dis­ elected to responsible offices.
Why is Mr. Perry so bashful in this
trict judge. This appointment pleases
the people of the state Irrespective of matter1’ Why don’t he come in with
party and the following paragraph a bill for 500 stamped envelopes? If the
from the Oregonian contains nothing taxpayers must pay for the personal
but what is true. “A better appoint­ correspondence of two of the members
ment thau that of Charles B. Bellinger, of the court it can pay for three just as
for district judge, it .would not have well. It certainly is not conscience or
been possible to make. His integrity, modesty that keeps him from it as the
his experience, his legal learning, his milage bills that have been paid will tes­
literary culture, his mental alertness, tify. While he is allowing bills for his
his conscientious devotion to every confederates he should treat himself
work or duty he undertakes, are known with the same consideration. Five
to all who have knowledge of the men hundred stamped envelopes would last
and affairs of Oregon. He comes to this him for twenty years, and as long as it
office in the full ripeness of his powers, is possible to have the bills allowed,
and all who know him are confident we cannot see how he refrains from
that his career in it will do credit to getting them.
himself and honor to the position."
ACTS, NOT WORDS.
Everyone interested in right is pleas­
ed at the termination of the strike in
Chicago. The success of the fair de­
pended upon the strike in a measure,as
it was confined to the labor employed
upon the buildings. For once labor
has admitted the right of contractors
to employ non-union workmen. The
right of a man to work for wages can
not be disputed and no organization
has the power to say that he shall not
work. Wisdom prevailed; cool and
just heads on both sides guided the
matter to a satisfactory conclusion. If
the management of affairs had been in
less c»i>abie hands th« same end would
have been gained but at the expense of
several lives. The days of the walki ng
delegate seem to be numliered and
when they end labor will l>e in a much
better condition than now.
The various organizations for the bet­
terment of humanity in this city made
an attack upon the common council
last Sunday night through what they
are pleased to call a union temperance
meeting. Not only the council was
spoken of but the saloons of the city.
It is indeed strange that the people who
are pleased to call themselves good can
not distinguish the fact that a saloon
has the same right to exist as does a
church. If the church doesnot have
the ¡rower to correct the wants and de­
sires of a person there is no reason why
it should admit the fact by reviling,
and throwing the blamejfor the condi­
tion of things upon the common coun­
cil. Reverend Denton made the most
pronounced statements about the coun­
cil and the saloons of the city. While
we are in favor of the law being carried
THE OFFICIAL PAPERS
out to the last letter, the carrying out
of this law does not depend upon the
There is some crookedness in the ap- council. Rev. Denton, or any other
pointmeut of the official papers of this citizen, has the ¡rower to close every
county. The JPopgun called for a state­ saloon in the city if they are violating
ment of circulation, aud (according to the law. So long as it is the duty of
law must file a statement of the same, «very person to see that the law Isprop-
Tha official papere were appointed and erly carried out it is not consistent that
there is not one scrap of paper on file in the efforts of a reformer should end in
the clerk's office from either of them. talk. Deeds will count and unless the
■‘It appearing to the court, " is the Ian- reformer reforms and commences his
guage used, “that the Lender and Pop- J work in the proper manner the great
gun have the largest circulation in the mass of the people (must listen to his
county, they ar* designated as the offi- words and aonsider that he lias no
cial papers.
YY e will guarantee that great anxiety for the uplifting of fallen
either of the two papers in this city men and the proper execution of our
have more than double the actual paid laws; and that.he differs from the rest
circulation of either of the official pa- of the people whom bo is pleased to
pers. While this entitles the T ele - call the criminal elasses, In no way.
phoxe -R kihster to the honor of being ' except in the amount of wind he offers
one ef the official papers. that honor L« for salvation—and that fails to save.
not desired YVe can furnish all the
If the privileges granted to saloons
court news to the people of this county under the law are misused there is a
published in a manner that the official' way in which the proprietors can he
Proof is
necessary and it is a waste of energy to
make statements that are not backed
by proof. We have no doubt but what
the same amount of energy necessary
to prepare u worded, sensational speech
expended in gathering proof would ac­
complish the end desired and some of
the saloons would be closed.
The common council is no more to
blame for the saloons in the city and
the manner in which they are con­
ducted than is the gentleman who in­
troduces in his speeches what he con­
demns in others.
If the condition of the city is such as
was stated in the meeting it is the
plain duty of the speakers to do some­
thing.
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