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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 14, 1893)
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- . ill to 7 p. in
From 7:30 p.
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•JîiÎiîàir'hours (rom 7 a. in. to 6 p. m.
fc.'iX'dW.' m. Mail
ill "train cliSto ¿veiling
.nd soiitliern Tillamook mail
Mrs. F. J. Martin’s condition remains I
about the same.
the midwinter .
l he county assessor will meet the i A
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•Ute Ixmnl of equalization at Kaiem on
the 21«t of this month.
Tlie Monmouth foot bull team pusseil
through here last Friday on their way
to Forest Grove to play the Pacific col-
lege team. Their noses were on a bias
and numerous scabs relieved the mo
notony of their faces. From the air of
general debility that seemed to wrap
them like a shroud it was easy to
prophesy their defeat They did not
make a point.
Tbe steamer Toledo has made the
freight rate from Portland to tills city
20 cents per hundred pounds, delivered.
It is now tlie same as the railroad on
fourth class rate with the exception of
cartage. This increase of 5 cents per
hundred lias made an inroad in the
steamers buainess, several firms ship.
Ping by railroad. The freight train of
yesterday brought more goods to this
city than it has in two months.
Died, near Sheridan, Oregon, of con
sumption, in her 39th year, Mollie E.,
wife of Hon. H. 8. Maloney. Her
death occurred .December 2, 1893. De
ceased was born in East Tennessee in
1855. In 1871 she removed with her
people to Weston, this state, where site
was married to Mr. Maloney in 1873.
In 1877 they came to Sheridan, where
she resided up to the time of her death.
Mrs. Maloney joined tlie Friends
church at Newberg, and was a consist
ent Christian, a kiad mother and a lov
ing wife. She leaves a husband and
nine children to mourn her death, who
have the sympathy of all in their be-
reavment.—.S'/irr«/« n Sun.
Saturday evening just before M. J.
Armstrong, grocer, usually closes his
store and 'just as lie was counting his
cash which he had in a sack, Newt
Agee and Alfred Jones entered the
store and called for some cheese. After
supplying tlieir wants he missed ills
sack of money and called for help.
Agee started up the street but was
caught anil brought back to tlie store
and the door locked. Tlie marshal was
called in and upon searching the two
young men the money was found in
the overcoat pocket of Jones, who
swears lie does not know how it got
there. Tlie young men are of good
parents and the matter is a mystery
unless it can be laid to ardent spirits of
which they consumed considerable dur
ing the afternoon. They were locked
up in tbe city jail for the night and
were taken to tbe county jail Sunday
morning. They waived examination
and are under $100 bonds.
Tha regular subscription price of the
T elephone -R huister is $1 a year and
the Weekly Oregonian is $1.50. Any
one subscribing for the T elepuone -
R eciistek and paying one year in ad
vance can get both the T ei . ephon K-
R eqibter and tlie Weekly Oregonian
for $2. All old subscribers paying their
stibscribtions one year in advance will
lie entitled to the same offer.
ts (tele City to s»un
! a game -------------
The Carlton Cburier made its appear-
The morning train of Friday brought
to this city Geo. T. Myers, E. W. Al
len, Col. R. W. Mitchell, ('apt. H. E.
Mitehell and Geo. 8. Ratty, citizens of
Portland interested iu the Midwinter
fair association of Oregon, and desirous
of having the state represented at San
The gentlemen looked
around the city and after a bouuteous
dinner at the Hotel Yamhill, re|>aired
to the court house, where nearly all tlie
representative business men of the city
aud several prominent farmers and
fruit raisers had collected together to
listen to the plans of the association to
secure a state exhibit.
Judge Galloway was elected chair
man of the meeting and J. G. Eckman
secretary. The meeting was addressed
by Mr. Myers, Mr. Allen, Col. Mitch
ell and Capt. Mitchell. The plan of
tlie association incorporated to ralso
money for the pur|>ose of making an
Oregon exhibit at the Midwinter, is sell
shares of stock at $1 each. The capital
stock of the association and the amount
of money necessary for a good display
is $20,000. There is an unexpended bal
ance of the state’s appropriation for the
World’s fair of $20,000 and it is the in
tention of the association to have the
next legislature turn this over to the
stockholders of ths association, thus
paying them back the money invested.
Letters have been written to the hold
over senators, and almost to a man they
are in favor of appropriating the bal.
ance to this purpose. A subscription
paper was then passed and three-
fourths or more of the people present
subscribed. Precinct committeemen
were appointed, having authority to
appoint sub-members for the sale of
stock and the gathering of exhibits.
Tlie committee cousists of the following
well-known citizens: Chas. Grissen,
John Allison, C. E. Hoskins, Dave
Stout, Geo. Olds, J. G. Cleland, P. M.
Scroggins, Henry Lamson, M. C. Mil
ler, M. O. Lownsdale, John Fryer,Phil
Witliyeombe, R. L. Harris, Harvey
Jones, Dr. Mills and Cy Nelson.
The officers of the meeting were
made permanent, and tlie commitlee-
meu were ordered to report within ten
days to the president. Much enthusi
asm was displayed and the meeting ad
journed. everyone in good spirits.
anoe last week. The most attractive
ad was Dr. Coffens. The doctor has a
good drug store and a good practice.
He is well spoken of, especially by tlie 1
ladies. He is a bachelor.
One of our citizens found it necessary
on account of hard times, to invent a
machine. It is called nickle grate and
it works null. There are three hun
dred prize« from twenty pounds of su
gar to a safety pin. The profit is real
ized by adjusting tlie tickets, of which
the Inventor has the manngmeut,hence
the profit. It can be seen in tlie lied
Sash and Marble Front.
Business in Carlton is as good as in
her sister taw ns. The store keepers
complain of their clothing wearing out.
The telephone operator is a shoemaker,
•nd of course he has to sit down, so lie
does not complain. .
The sidewalk between tlie church
and the railroad Is in a bad condition,
especially the step at the church plat
form, it not being horizontal. It took
the feet from under a young gentleman
the other day, setting him down very
unpleasantly. We fear tliat his neck
is shortened, but our town is not incor
The B. F. M. 8. hud its annual elec
tion of officers last Sunday, which re
sulted in electing Marian Smith presi
dent; F. C, Elmlund, vice president;
Wm. Fryer, secretary; Emile Linburg,
Prof. Deaeb of the < 'helialem public
school paid the B. F. M. S. u visit at its
last meeting, stating that he came ex
pressly to hear the program, Which was
suspended on account of the election.
But when the professor came into the
young people’s meeting in tlie evening
with u lady on his arm, I thought some
excuse was belter than none. It seems
that the standing committee was elect
ioneering for reappointment by making
out an everlasting program. They put
on tlie program for the first Sunday in
January all the members except a few.
If Prof. Deaeb will come the first Sun
day in January he will not be disap
pointed for we are expecting a good
program, especially in singing. J. W.
Scott is leader and Ills wife organist.
They deserve great credit for making
these meetings a success.
TUBERCOLOSIS IN WASHINGTON
'lulc.hr> and His Internal Machine. The Lea
rner'» Institute in Washington County a Suc
West Side United Press.
C orvallis , Dec. 13—Charley
euce are becoming alarmed at the deep
washes made by the river at its recent
rise, where it run. through the low
place below town. If nothing is done
to remedy the matter it will let
the Willamette change, and then Inde-
dence will have no channel either way.
Congress should be petitioned to build
a breakwater there, and thua save
farms for ten miles from being dam
aged or entirely ruined.
A. Hinshaw ofRliendan, teas bought
the Hinshaw Bros, hop yard and Zim.
Hinshaw will have charge of it.
Uncle Dave Whlteaker is very sick
and some fears are entertained fur his
M. O. Potter and wife and little
daughter left last Friday for Nebraska
to spend a few weeks with Mrs. Potters
parents, Mr. and Mrs. O. Maddox.
There are 281 pupils enrolled at the
state normal at Monmouth.
In the wet season is a neces
sity in house construction
who is the owner of a 10(M)-acre tract of
land in tlie northern portion of this
county, was in the olty last Saturday
Kpucor*!. C hvbch .— Services
and gave out the information that he
H&toh ai I' »•
mid 7:30 p m,
had laid off a reservation of several
.¡9:30 a, m
acres for the purpose of a deer park and
that lie now has within the enclosure
...1 ISO PaEHSVTZBlAX CltOBCI —
five beautiful white tailed specimens.
[‘‘il wcrv «abballi at 11 a. m. and 7 p
a.. R hool w at 9:30 j a.
It is his intention to increase this num
ber by tlie addition of about ten more
.. chvk h —Services every Sabbath
and care for them as they require, with
Sunday School at
11 *• “• Kiv f 1- B osuam , Pastor.
a view to supplying himself and his
r*’1'1 . i ' hibch —Services every Sab-
friends with plenty of sport and deer
0 4 C R R to Isaac Meyer 60 acres,
in amt 7:30 p. m
Kh t‘. 10 a n* * P
meat in an inexpensive manner, after a
see 3, t 2 s. r 4 w; $150.
ffff.iti SO p. in Prayer meeting M ed-
proper season of propagation has elaps
O 4 C II R to Isaac Mayer, 93.20
P"1 A 7 30 P '»• Everyons inviteli
Tills is certainly a meritorious
• • * K a . D knton , Pastor.
acres, sec 2, t s, r 4 w; $426.20.
plan and should lie emulated by more
L j . sea C atholic (’HUBCH.-Services 1st
O C Wright to J E Hubbard, lot 1,
ef our large land owners.
rl/ iKiindavs of cacti month, Second
blk 3, Maple Park add to Lafayette;
Maw's nt Corvallis.
A young man who recently arrived
St Patrick's Church on Muddy,
from Arkansas, Adams by name, was
posy,gay. Tuos. Baionv, Pastor
Sadie and T P Johnson to O C
seized with an epileptic fit last Satur
Wright, lots 1, 2, 3, blk 3, Maple Park
day afternoon, and in falling was con
add to Lafayette; $150.
siderably bruised about tlie face and
Jesse Edwards and wifejto M Terrill
head. He was taken to the fire depart
4 Co, 1.57 acres near Newberg; $1.
ment headquarters, cured for in a prop
J A McCullough and wife to Alex
er manner and soon again regained
McKinley, 2 acres, pt Sol Berry d 1 c,
I'ainp i>,° 12R' Woodmen of
t 4 s. r 4 w; $200.
Many holiday preparations are mak
Lch month; visitin« brotliers cordially
J B N Gragg to Jos Hawkins, 2 tracts
ing for holiday entertainments in this
Lodge room Durd 8t.
of land near Amity; $200.
J O Rooxss.C.C.
city, and the most popular program an-
R C Wilson and husband to Ella
J. Baioosroan, Clerk.
aouneed thus far is the grand masque
Morris, undivided j int in 80 acres, sec
rade ball of tho hook and ladder com
Post No. 9 meets tlie second and
64, t 5 s, r 7 w; $600.
pany on Christmas night.
Lirth Saturday ot each month at G. A. K,
M M High and wife to Eli Seese A iut
Glin Vnion block at 7:30 p. m. Al
James Caldwell, one of Benton’s pio-
fenibcr« o( the Order.are cordially invited
blk 15, Lafayette, also livery stable, etc;
[attend »“r meetings.
I, S. D ownino ,
76 years. He was quite well known all
Forest Narver to Minnie J Willis, 1G0
B F Ci.i aisE.
over tlie surrounding country aud was
acres, sec 22, t 4 s, r 5 w; $1600.
a favorite among his acquaintances.
J H Olds and wife to trustees Linda
Judge John Burnett delivered an ad
and Bent' Holliday, «lots St Joe; $240.
dress during the services at the grave.
Geo Perkins and wife to trustees
In calling your atention to our Lamps anil Lamp
Some time since R. E. Mulcahy, su
^Hereafter all notices unnounc-
Linda aud Ben C Holliday, lots 5, G,
Goods we wish to remark that our store contains
perintendent of the O. 1*. R. R., receiv
L entertainments for which an
blk 20, St Joe; $00. .
the most complete line of lamp« ever offered in
ed by express an infernal machine and
Emission fee is charged, all
J M and S M Kelty to trustees Lin
at once efforts were made to locate the
Mtuary matter after the notice
da and B C Holladay, lot 5, blk 36, St
f death has been given as a mat-
result that one of the prominent under
jr of news, all resolutions of con-
O J Leabo and wife and Reese Lea bo
Mence, wedding notices, cards
and wife to trustees Linda and B C
posed guilty party. Notwithstanding
A Million Friends.
fthauks, etc., furnished the
Holladay, lot 10, blk 47, St Joe; $30.
In lamps, from the cheapest glass lamp to the
the fact there will undoubtedly be a
telephone-Begister for publica-
J H Olds to trustees Linda and B C
few changes made in the official person
more high art designs.
bn will be charged for at regu-
Holladay, lot 10, blk 37, St Joe; $1.
and not less than one million people nel of the O. P. soon following the sale
t advertising rates, 5 and IO
Our Victor Central Draft Lamps
have found just such a friend in Dr. on Friday, of this week, there is now a
2, 3, 3, 5. 6, 7, blk 5, Fosters add to
Lots per line.
King's New Discovery for Consump
The second term began Monday. En tion, Coughs and colds.—If you have vacancy in the office of Gen. freight Sheridan; $800.
Need no recommendation. Our large sale of them
couraging prospects for a highly suc never list'd this great Cough Medicine, aud passenger agent.
in the past season has fully demonstrated their
Local an<l General.
The second game of foot ball between
one trial will convince you that it
cessful term are presented.
popularity. There have lieen many improve
30 acres, t 4 s, r 3 w; $1000,
the normal students of Monmouth aud
Several new students began school
ment« for this season which are bound to keep
L F Hail end wife to Adna Doak, 10
I'ltas. Fleming is sick with the grip-
diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs. those of the state agricultural college,
the past week, others are expected Each bottle is guaranteed to do all that
the Victor to the front. For simplicity in wick-
Mrs. W. R. Johnson is down
is claimed or money will be refunded. will lie played on tlie O. A. C. campus $500.
iug. neatness of design and durability there is
The new class in bookkeeping start Trial bottles free nt Rogers Bros, drug in this city next Friday, and a splendid
nothing we know of to compare with it.
L M Smith and wife to F M Hall,
contest is anticipated. Of one thing
B. A. Matmiug is in bed with
ed this week with good results. Other
lot 4, blk 18, Hurley 4 Larges add to
the visitors may rest assured, genteel
re attack of Lagrippe.
We Request a Critical Examination
new classes will start in the near future.
The Wealth of the State.
treatment from the spectators, at least.
('onsiderable work is being done to
I, P. Irvine has moved tlie Hender-
Henry White to Win K White, 50.59
Of our goods and prices in all lines which we
Mrs. Will Holgate died at her home
Tlie following statement gives the
make tlie Christmas entertainment a
j stock of groceries to Independence.
acres, t 5 s. r 4 w; $1.
handle. Knowing our ability to serve the inter
in tills city on Monday evening, leav
Mart High has sold his business in
W M Hamilton to Geo Dorsey, lots
ests of our customers, we solicit your patronage,
ing a family of small children to be
207, 208, Dayton; $934.16.
Jayette and lias removed to this city.
assuring you that trade will be highly apprecia
Tlie Philergian society was greatly assessment rolls of the several counties cared for. Her age is perhaps 30 years.
O C Wright to Amos Wood, lots 2, 3,
Dranville Baker’ is still doing jury
H ii . i . sim > i « i , Dec. 13.—Tuberculosis Maple Park add to Lafayette; $200.
honored with a highly appreciative au
B Company Inspected.
ty in the United States court.
dience last meeting, the largest in the county’s net total for this year not ap- has appeared on one farm in this coun
W F Foster to Bruce Waring, 135.39
WALLACE & WALKER.
D. W. Holman offers for sale his
Col. R.W. Mitchell, adjutant general history of the society. The address by peaing):
ty, and the fear of the contagion has in Yamhill county: $50.
II blooded Jersey bull, Royal Ashan- oftbet). N. G„ and Captain H. E. Mr. McPhiiips was gratefully received.
aroused much feeling in the neighbor
Peter Hume to Anna S Putman, 10
Mitchell, brigade quartermaster, in It was exceedingly interesting and all Baker........... .$ 2,319,912 $ 2,688,707 hood. The origin of the disease being acres, near Amity; $.'¡00.
3,422,803 so obscure, and the symptoms of Its
Dunean Ross is now on the road to spected tlie quarters, clothing and felt as though they had actually been Benton.........
Isidore Nichols and wife to John C
5,791,093 early stages being so little known by Nichols, lot No 2115, Dayton; $300.
fleet health. He is able to walk property of B Company of this city on to tlie fair by ills clearness of descrip Clackamas . 3,989,947
M Fisk to Josephine Fisk, lots 5, 6,
1,763,481 would not were they more familiar blk 4, Maple Park add to Lafayette;
Tlie election of officers for this term Columbia .
rhe old Lngrippe or a disease similar forms were condemned and will be oi-
3,749,236 with its appearance.
it has several of our citizens in its dcred destroyed or sold. Tlie company will be next meeting. All the active Coos ........... . 2,784,365
will soon receive its quota of blankets members are earnestly requested to be Crook...........
The dairy interest in thin county is
J R I.cwis and wife to L P Johnson,
590,254 proving to be the most profitable that lots 9, 10, Oakes Fruit Farm subdivis
the (iuard having been supplied. The present.
B. A. Manning has been confined to
5,115,514 is pursued. Last month the product ion; $(>44.
blankets are of Oregon wool and were
The following program will lie given Douglas .
I bed since Sunday with an attack of
1,582,136 from one of our creameries netted its
J S Cooper and wife to T B Camp
1,668,360 patrons 32j cents per pound for butter bell, lot 14, blk 18, Whiteson; $43.
blauket and overcoat packs, canteens
there will be an election of officers and haversacks will lie issued, com
1,490,389 fat, aud seeing that the ideal cow will ■T B Campbell to Henry Chollacombe,
Address, Mrs. Brownson.
Union lodge, No. 43, A. F. & A. M. pleting tlie equipment of one of the
4,406,723 make over two pounds of butter per lot 14, blk 18, Whiteson; $125.
Recitation, Chas. Hoberg.
the coming Saturday night.
1,289,035 day, a farmer’s income can be made to
best state forces in the United States.
11 Findley to James Truholm, 222.42
1,470,756 be quite respectable.
I. C. Cooper’s term of office in the
Klamath . .
acres, pt Wm A Culbertson die t 5 s,
Essay, Mr. Aiderman.
Sale of Hops.
plinnville postoffice expires next
Reading, Miss Henderson.
Tlie grand jury for the November r5 w; $10,750.
1,539,065 term of circuit court adjourned last
Niesday. The postoffice candidates
Pacific real estate and investment
Smith 4 Ski fl'have just sold to Hub
7,169,24« Monday. While in session two ex- Co to Fred Engles, tract No 99 In Dun
Debate. Question—Resolved that Lane............. .. 6,027,603
bard 4 Ixiewi, the last of tills season’s
|ierts were, by its order, put on the dee Orchard Home No; $225.
With but little care and no trouble, hops from tlieir Gervais ranch. This eventually all national disputes will be Linn............ . 7,516,731
1,102,356 books and accounts of the county offi
Wm Barton to F M Barton, lots 3, 4,
| beard and mustache can be kept a last batch consisted of 96 bales and tlie settled by arbitration. Aff. Messrs. Malheur. . .
11,743,918 cials, but, to tlie disappointment of the and sj lots 2. 5, blk 31, H L add to
norm brown or black color by using hops brought 17) cents a pound. Tbe Fellows and Witham; Neg. Messrs Marion.........
1,135,157 calamity howlers, the books and ac Newberg, also 3 acres adjoining; $1500.
C om ,
■kingbam's Dye for the Whiskers. state has marketed nearly the whole of Williams and Nelson.
61,596,378 counts were found to lie correct in ev
J II Lewis and wife to R Goodrich,
|io preparation for the' hair has ever its hop crop this year, it being estimat
The Officer.« Elect.
3,401,773 ery particular. The finances of this 3.32 acres in the Oakes Fruit farm sub
In invented than Ayer's Hair Vigor, ed that there are only about 1200 bales
1,076,2“'* county are in excellent condition, and division, t 5 s, r 4 w; $532.65.
The officers of the various orders of Sherman .
•restores the original color to faded remaining in Oregon. Considering tlie
1’.3.58^300 while warrants are now being endorsed
J It Lewis ami wife to EJ A very ,3.33
b gray hair, and imparts the natural general condition of business,hops were this city that have elected officers dur
acres, pt lot 8, Oakes Fruit Farm sub-
they will be called in by April.
■sand freshness everyone so much marketed surprisingly fast this year. ing the week are as follows:
('lister Post No. 9, G. A. R.—B. F. Union.........
The farmers’ institute holding this , <11 vision; $232.75.
■Ires. Its reputation is world-wide. There were more than 36,990 bales pro-
1,172,801 week by the authorities of agricultural
Wallowa. . .
Bishop Morris reports in a private
3,306,048 college, is a well attended meeting, vis
Seems now to be the prevailing and fore
|er that McMinnville donated as a 180 pounds each, so $1,900,000 is an av D. C. Derby, J. V. C.; W. W. Wright, Washington
most idea of our people irrespective oi
Inksglving offering to the hospitals
(¡,132,380 tnab counties being in attendance. tition for an order to pay H Rummel,
Yamhill. . .
whether that change is to be a beneficial
krtland more than any town In the tlie state tills fall by the hop crop — S. C. Pearson, Officer of the Guard; C.
$139,992,396 $161,960,692 Quite a surprise greeted Pres. Bloss administrator of the estate of Joseph H
R. Cook, Chaplain; W. T. Booth, Sur
I). The donations were collected Oregon Democrat.
one or not.
and bis co-laborers. The farmers here Hodge, deceased, the sum of $201 al
Rucklen’s Amica Saire.
■ugh tlie churches and the public BUYERS’ AND BUSINESS DIRECTOR. geon; J. A. Peckham, Adj. Delegates
considered it the proper thing, seeing lowed. Petition to allow $14« accrued
to the encampment, J. B. Stilwell and
Oregon hams, shoulders, bacon and S. (’. Pearson; alternates, W. T. Booth
Tlie Best Salve in the world for Cuts, that the agricultural college had sent pension and $10 per montli accruing
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum, its talent down to tell our people how pension granted.
. W. Martin, who has been serving lard at Millsap 4 Cooks.
and H. Rummel.
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
the United States grand jury, is
Estate of Wm Van Buskirk—Final
Womans Relief Corps—Mrs. Clubine, Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup to farm, to show them tn return what
Hay, lialed or loose, timothy or client
e more with us, the jui*y having for sale. Enquire of H. Rummell.
Pres.; Mrs. Simpson, 8. V. Pres.; Mrs. tions. and positively cures Piles «or no they do produce. The dining room account allowed. Executrix to be dis
n discharged. Hp knows enough
pay required. It is guaranteed to give
J. P, Irvine has just received 000 lbs Booth, J. V. Pres.; Mrs. Derby, Sec.; perfect satisfaction, or money refund of grange hall was turned into a show charged and bondsmen exonerated on
So We CHANGE our tariff sheet by the
pt smuggling opium and Chinese to
room, where was put on exhibition the filing receipts in full of the legatees of
Mrs. Jacobs, Chaplain, Mrs. Chrisman,
ed. Price 25 cents per box. ' For sale
Into the business with good chances
addition of all broken lines of Scarlet and
is selling it for 25 cents per package.
lot being caught.
Estate of Sherman Hatch—Petition
reals from the farm, grasses from the
Jewell, Guard. Delegates to depart
White Merino Underwear and Woolen
For sale—About 150 bead of good
W. C. T. U. Entertainment.
•st Saturday the Morris brothers
meadow, wool from the herds, tile from to sell real estate granted. Ijind to be
ment convention to be held in Rose
Overshirts. These go with goods hereto
M a large liear, weighing about 300 stock sheep, price reasonable.
burg, Mesdames Cowls, Warren, StU-
The following program will lie given the factories, fruits and nursery stock sold for cash in hand.
Estate of Robt Steward—Final ac
mds, near Turner’s old saw mill on
well, M. Hodson, Hendricks, Derby Wednesday evening, Dec. 20th, at the from the orchards and nurseries, print
J. P. Irvine is selling more crockery and Booth.
f north fork of the Yamhill river.
W. C. T. U. headquarters, corner B ing from the newspaper and Job offices, count allowed. Executor discharged
> dogs started the track early in the and lamps than anybody, for lie sells
Degree of Honor—Mrs. Elsia Wright, and Secoud streets; exercises to begin bread, cakes and pastries from the and bondsmen exonerated on filing re
farmers’ kitchen graced tlie tables in ceipts in full from the legatees of the
filing and after a run of all day them at cost.
P. C. of H.; Mrs. M. Hendricks, C. of at 7:30 sharp.
When your $200 watch needs repair H.; Mrs. M. Hodson, L. of H.; Mrs.
Ke<l the game in the evening.
Song, “There’s a Better Time a-( lom- great profusion..
Estate of Henry White—Petition to
E B. Kelly, professional, is manag
I. E. Bogue,who lives near McMinn- ing take it to D. A. Smith. All kinds M. Matthleu, Recorder; Mrs. J. W. ing”—by the Union.
Gault, Financier; Mrs. C. Grisseu, Re
Recitation, “A Dream"—Mrs. Es- ing our local dramatic talent and giv- appoint A J White administrator filed
r, planted a potato last summer of of jewelry repaired.
i ing our people much better, cleaner and allowed; bonds fixed at $8000.
Why ask your wife to bake bread ceiver; Mrs. W. T. Booth, Usher; Mrs. son.
variety known as the “Beauty of
' and purer entertainments than any
And shall add other lines to this as fast as
broil" from which he got 5 bushels
i strolling players that have come this
son, O. W. Delegate to Grand Lodge, Carl Loux.
our stock becomes broken.
I 40 pounds. We rise to utter a or 30 for $1 at J. P. Irvine’s.
Solo and chorus, “The Home That way for many a year.
Those flour chests made by S.E. Hoff Mrs. J. P. Irvine; Alternate, 3Ira. E.
nop of defiance to the whole world.
to be"—B. Dodson and others.
Snow has already fallen on the hills
Io can teat old Yambill on spuds?— are tlie best yet and should be in every
Recitation, "An Honest Rumseller’s ( surrounding Tualatin plains but it
kitchen. Cal! and see them.
Advertisement”— Miss Mattie Smith,
Smith. ' don't
,i„,,'i s .i»v
IWhen your heart is l«d, and your
H. Rummel desires all those indebt
Recitation. “How Miss Edith Helps! I The continued high water in the
kd is bad and you are bad clean ed to him to pay tlieir accounts Wore
on all Goods, not included in the Sixty
creek bottoms drives the festive coon
We desire to say to onr citizens, tliat Tilings along”—Vesta Esson.
■ugh. what is needed?” asked a December 15, 1893.
Cent Tariff List, except Sugar, Flour, But-
for years we have been selling Dr.
Song, “To the Front, Sisters"—Un out of his hiding place. The prowler
hday school teacher of her flass “I
j. p. Irvine says that the sugar war King's New Discovery for Consump ion.
Patterns, Spool Silk and Cottons.
has been a frequent visitor at the duck
kw—Ayer's Sarsaparilla,” spoke up is over, bnt you can get yaur 18 pounds tion, Dr. King’s New Life Pills, Buck-
Recitation, “Old (¡lory’s Relea«e"— yard and hen house during the past
Ittle girl, whose mother had recently of granulated sugar for one big dollar
All persons indebted to McCullough
and have never handled remedies that Mrs. I>oux.
tn re-dored t» health by that medi- in hard cash.
A Malone must settle by the first of
sell as well, or that have given such
Recitation—Mrs. Ida Pagenkopf.
iNDF.l'ENiiKNi'E, Dec. 13.—A letter '
Orin C. Skinner has a little more 4ft universal satisfaction. We do not besi-
Selo, "I’m Hiding, but Please, Sir, was received here from Miss Patle January, either by caste or note. This
And such Produce as we handle taken in
1 means business and must lie attended
Vhe i-hurches of this city will hold oak wood for sale at $3.00 per cord, also ’ tate to guarantee them every time, and Don’t Tell”—Miss Nettie Guild.
I Cooper, who is in Salt Lake city, tell
I we stand ready to refund the purchase
For All Goods.
■ion services in Garrison epera house old flr, 2ft, at $1 per cord.
Recitation, “A Pair of Kids”—Miss ! ing of her attending thanksgiving ser-
price, if satisfactory results do not fol
Bxt Sunday evening at 7:30. The pas-
Cure tor Colde, Fevers and General De.
j p, Irvine has sold about $4009 low their use. These remedies have Cyntitha Fellows.
: yices in the great Mormon temple, bility,
.Small Bile Heal«. Me. per buttle.
•’ will deliver short addresses on the
won their great popularity purely on
Recitation—Miss Ethel Million.
worth of goods since be commenced his their merits Rogers Bros., druggists. 1
■bjeet “Moral Reform.” The singers
hard times sale,and has plenty of goods
mon bishop, a Jewish rabbi, a Catholic
■ the different churches are requested
left yet al tbe bard times prices.
I>ishop and ether«, and In answer to an
■ come prepared to go forward anti
I Recitation, “The Old Minstrel" Mrs. appeal for money for the ]sx>r of the
For Sale—A first class grabbing ma
■ke part in the singing. Gospel hymns
Dec 5— Lixxie Baker, age.1 17 and L ■ Hogg.
i city, $2,890 was raised.
chine; cheap for cash. Inquire of Ira
Bo. 5 will tie used.
Recitation—Miss Ina Cooper.
T Vlnsen, aged 22.
Last Saturday night the office of Geo.
Beautiful Presents for Old and
I Geo- Haste, of Newberg, a young Earhart or Rosa I. Young, McMinn
Duet and chorus, “Prohibition Bells" i Skinner 4 Co.’« (louring mill was en
Dec 7—Agnes Martin, agvd 19 and
kan just at his majority was arrested ville, Or.
Mrs. I xhix , Professor Buchanan and tered by persons unknown and by
J For sale—A house and two lota in
p* other day for attempting rape. The , Hurley’s addition to Newberg, for sale
means of a tool drilled a hole in the top
Admission, 1U cents; children under of the fire-proof safe and powder pour- WATCHES,
nam,nation was held before a justice .' or trade, enquire of E. C. Powell, North
Monday in Newberg precinct and he • j YavnhiUt Or. tf
C oulter —To the wife of B.E. < uniter, 1 twelve, 5 cents.
I ed in and lighted. The intention was
was liound over to wait the action of
on Thursday, Dec. 7, 1*«, a son;
Captain Sweeney, U. 8. A., San II to burst open the safe and rob it of its PLATED WARE, fed, VZd
lhe grand Jury. Bonds were fixed at
weight »} pounds.
Diego. Cal., says; “Shiloh’s Catarrh i contents but it was a failure. Ttoe con- JEWELRY, ETC. at the low
$3iri. The name of the young Indy is I for dy«pe|isia. Torpid liver, yello»
Remedy Is the first medicine I have > i tents of the safe were badly blackened,
skin or kidney trouble. It 1* guaran-
Lilly Deitrich, aged 14 years.
; ever found that would do me any good I but the force of tbe explorion escaped c>u Rnd
these g.MMis. you are
Shiloh's Cure, the great cough and
B ryan —Tbe young daughter of C. Price 50 eta. Sold by Howorth 4( o
around the safe door. The robbers | nnder no obligations to buy.
•»ng cure, is for sale by us. Pocket t i Sold by Howorth 4 Ca
Bryan, in Lafayette, on Monday
were evidently experts.
WM. F. niEIXCHNIEDF.R.
Gwmreed to eore BlUo«« Attacks sad
The bop yard men below Independ I Two door« East oi PoMortb e
ire contains 25 dottre, only 25c.
night. Dec. 11, 1883, aged 9 nientb«
dr»n love it. S. Howorth A Co.
KSlla 111 •
THE LARGEST LUMBER SHEDS
In Yamhill County are on
our yards and they are filled
with choice lumber that has
not seen one drop of rain.
When You Want Finishing Lumber
Or shop work during the
wet season don’t fail to ex
amine our lumber as well as
the product of our Shops.
Jones & Adams, Minn ville, Oregon.
We Keep Everything
It’s Change they Want and Demand
And Change they Must have
AT 60 PER CENT
OF FORMER PRICE,
Ten Per Cent off for Cash
CITY AND COUNTY WARRANTS
A. J. APPERSON