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VOLUYIE Nili NO 1»
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s JST YDSR & ‘WJ’LTaiiETSr.
Editors and Proprietors.
Ono ropy per year, in advance.................. $2.50
June 4,h, 1883.
Business looking up a little.
Health remarkably good.
Light shower of rain Saturday night.
The fruit crop in this section the lightest
Mr. Judson and family have moved into
the Gas Anderson dwelling house.
Only one doctor in town and he has gone
Charles B. Sutton has sold his farm north
of the Hussey place to S. C. Foster, for a lit
tle over $16 per acre.
Dr. John Field has located at Grand Ronde
Agency, where he can be found by his old
Dr. J. W. Watts delivered one of his char
acteristic and instructive lectures here last
Very few went on the excursion train yes-
terdny to Dundee. The Sheridanites have
not forgotten the shabby treatment received
some years ago.
I am informed that 8. C. Foster has sold
his farm one mile south of town, to George
Bern of Dixie for the sum of $30 per acre.
Mr. Berry sold his farm at Dixie for the sum
of $60 per acre and in the opinion of some
tho Foster farm is the best place.
About two hundred persons attended the
picnic at Willamina last Saturday, The
Sheridan brass band furnished the music
and Dr. J. W. Watts spoke in the fore and af
ternoon on temperance. Good order pre
vailed. everything passed off nicely and good
The bridges between here and Willamina
are still unsurpassed and the mutterings (to
draw it mild) against the supervisors are
J. T. and W. I). Simpson and Jack Martin
have commenced the butchering business.—
TI d * meat market is ill Simpson’s variety
storeanflthopric.es charged for beef are 8,
121-; and 15 cents per pound.
It is reported on tho streets that Allen
Southmnide, real estate agent, has sold the
Hurlbert farm to a Californian for $33 per
Ed Tillotson lias about finished the lower
R'.ory to tho grist mil! and the ditchers are at
work on the mill race between Jones’and
Capt. Lnfollett is building a fruit house or
cellar 22xil feet with two walls and tilled be
tween with saw dust.
S. D an .
Juno 5th, 1833.
And now comes friend Howey, who says
that the happiest time in a man’s life is
when, after twelve years lie succeeds. Suc
cess in his case means a baby-boy, good
looking, just like Howey, of course, and of
tho conventional weight ten pounds. How
ey made everybody ••smile” at his success.
G. W. Hulery is down hero training liis
brother John for the footrace to come off
next Saturday. June 9th. in the Fletcher
lane, about D j miles south of Lafayette.
H. B. Tingle and wife, of Amity, were
down on business last Thursday.
And behold there o imu a day when “Lo.
the poor Indian.” met the pale-face on the
diamond field : and the struggle was tierce,
and the pale-face got it whizod to him badly,
and North Yamhill mourneth for departed
glory, but Forest Grove rejoioeth exceeding
ly beonune her “Injin” did it.
XVni. Martin, oldest son of Mrs. Anna Mar
tin of this place, has returned on a visit to
the land of his birth, after an absence of
fourteen years or more. He looks fat and
Your Dayton correspondent thinks that
‘‘Nat” meant McMinnville for the sun and
for the . .........
moon, | does
he? Well, , not
much ; but there is a place hot enough to b<-
a blaziiu* sun whose name it is needless to
mention ; and there is another place, said to
lie nine nautical miles beyond tue hot place,
where Bailors are wild to go when (hey depart
from lienee, known ns Fiddlers’ green, both
places outside of this world, l’luase con
1 have seen big dogfl and little dogs, but
the littlest little dog is owned by Win. Mar;
(in. It weighs, with a collar orq just ’Jlbfl. 7
<>z. Mr. Martin has another dog that weighs
8 lbn. 9 oz.
The Ii. A L. Co. met Friday and elected
John Hultry Foreman : IL P. Ungermnn. 1st
Assistant Foreman : John Haney. 2d Assis
tant Foreman; A. IL Burbank. President:
<rus Johnson, Secretary: It. R. Daniels,
The N. G. excursion train to Dundee went
through tins place last Sunday. There were
three coaches and one cattle ear. all crowded
till their feet stuck out of the windows.
The Dalliifl brass band was along and played
a piece of music while the train stopped.
Quite a nnnib'*r went from this place and re
port a good time.
James Townsend, of Dallas. Charley Sul
livan, of the same place, and George I own
s nJ. of Perrydale, came down on tbeexcur-
aion train and at opped over here until its re
Frank 1.. was the bows masher ; lie was <■»
lieautiful boy. who jiartedhis hair so prettilv
in the middle and wore such n delicate
tache under—oh! snob a long nose. Well
Frank is gone and some of the ladies are in-
«oaolable. Oh. do come back. dear, end
iiweb us some more.
f>e showers < f Saturday and Snndnv ven
not wn heavy: but they made the fields
look much brighter and the farmers feei
N at .
Samuel Hobson is making quite an improv-
George Evans is expecting to put up a new'
B. E Harris has sold his Wagon shop to
nient on his house by the wav of putting on
house as Boon us the lumber is sawed.
new weather boarding.
Win. Everst lies torn the roof off his barn
Capt. Powell is on a trip up the Yarnhill to
_ 1 expects
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.win, a u new
The Society of Friends decided at their
hm logging camp.
last monthly meeting, last Saturday, that
Rev. Jesse Edwards is putting a now paling they wanted a college at this place, and are
Mr. Rudder has the contract for rebuilding
the approaches to the bridge here.
fence around his garden.
taking steps towards getting one. Dr. Jes
Abner George has put a coat of white wash sup, David Wood and Ezra Woodward were
Mr. Ware brought in a 90-foot flag-staff
on a committee to see what sub
last week. The Stars and Stripes will wave on his trees, which helps the looks of his or
scriptions they can get.. This is something
high over all, on the natal day of Iudepend- chard very much.
that is very much needed as there isn't a
Albert Heater had one of his hands badly Friends’ school house in the State, and we
C. A. Powell and Mrs F. A. Hill were elect bruised the other day, while working in the must have one, even if it has to be in the
ed representatives, and D. A. Snyder and S. steam saw mill.
grub end of Yamhill, as it is sometimes call
T eftotaleu .
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a^eriltt^es’ to the Grand Lodge
Win. Allison, who once lived near here, ed.
had his foot mashed pretty badly one (lay
From an “ad" in the “ Register’’ last week day last week, while working in a saw mill at
we learn that S. V/. Sigler will “ read the de- Portland.
ol inuition of Ind.’’ (Indiana)July 4th. This
Mr. Mayhan received a severe kick in the
The lark aingeth. the grass groweth, and
is something entirely new for such occasions. breast
from a colt one day last week, but is the farmer rojuiceth, lliut spring has at last
Gur usually quiet town was excited by an able to be out again, now.
alarm of fire at the Dayton Flouring Mills
There has been a good deal of grumbling . A faw farmers are not quite done seeding
last Saturday. The caulking in the now cis around
with the tooth-ache and such like the I yet.
tern caught lire from the engine and was
soon quite a blaze. A few timely buckets of past week, and I suppose Teetotaler has done I There will be a large acreage planted to
water extinguished tho lire. Why can’t we his share of it.
potatoes, in this vicinity, this «eason.
have a tiro company ?
Mrs. Charity Brown is still lying very low.
Mr. and Mrs. D. G. Olds have returned
A fatal accident occurred here last Wednes
Mrs. George Miller, of West Chehalem, from a visit to old Yamhill, giving a flatter
day morning. M. Langtree and G. W. Du- died last Friday of consumption and was bu ing account of the McMinnville picnic.
Forde were working on the piling for tho ried in the Shuck burying ground.
Superintendent L. H. Baker gave this
new warehouse. Mr. b). had a bar through a
Judge Strong, of Portland, passed through place a visit Saturday eve.
chain and was (’pulling a piling to its place
when the chain broke and he fell to the
Charles 'True left yesterday for the scene
ground a distance of only 11 feet. He struck
Teetotaler will be off on a splurge until of action. He will erect two barns in Yam
on his neck and left shoulder and continued after the Grand Lodge I. O. G. T.
unconscious till the time of his death. An
There will be a temperance picnic at Tual
examination showed the breast bone broken
Our burg is to have another store, con
in two places and two ribs broken. Dis. atin, Washington county, on the 16th of ducted by Pole Brothers.
Mills. Calbreath and Littlefield were called June. Dr. Jessup and Dr. Watts both expect
We have th<* boss doctor. He is from Ne
but all efforts were fruitless anil at 5 o'clock to be there and deliver a lecture.
braska and makes chronic cases a specialty.
Thursday morning his light of life went out.
one having a cancer will do well to give
George W. DeForde was born in Laurel,
Franklin county, Indiana, and was aged 44 agricultural meeting next Saturday, at 2 p. him a call for he is dead shot on them hav
over 150 of them ; has op
years, 7 months and 14 days. In his lifetime m., at the Friends’ Church., to decide wheth
all spoke him well and no words could make er or not we shall have another fair this Fall. erated on two since his arrival here and re
moved them entirely. His principle, no
his good name Rhine brighter or cherish his
Thsre was a large crowd out last Sunday, cure no pay.
memory more devotedly than it now is in the
hearts of t hose who sorrow at the parting.—
Spring grain is looking fine and bids fair
He was laid to rest at Hopewell, Rev. Hunsa good meeting. Quite a number were in at to be a bountiful harvest.
ker conducting the services. The deceased tendance from Dayton, and also Rev. Rebec
R ambler .
leaves a wife and six children besides other ca Cloasin of Portland, was with us ; we de
cided to give an exhibition on the evening of
relatives to mourn his death.
June 29, for the benefit of our library.
C om .
Subscribe for the R eporter . $2.50.
June 4, 1883.
A brother of Mr. James Green arrived
here Saturday evening from the States.
Frank Hoberg, the champion machine
man was in town last week.
A cougar was killed near the residence of
Mr. Torrence, last week that measured 8 feet
from nose to tip of tail.
Raleigh Stott and his brother Fielding re
turned from the mountains mi Friday, where
they have been for the last fifteen days look
ing for cedar timber. They saw lots of wild
animals, but killed none, as we have heard.
A parrty from Portland arrived here last
week on their way to the mountains, where
iliey will remain lor a short time for the pur
pose of fishing.
Louva, the Pauper, was not played as was
expected on Saturday evening. 1'hey were
disappointed in gutting the hall a fit r they
had engaged it. on account of the Good Tem
plars Lodge which wanted it on that occa
sion. Hereafter cur band boys will play in
some other part of the town.
The Little Joker washing machine, sold by
J. D. Edmunds, is very highly praised by
some in our town. We hope it. will be in
troduced into more families, as it saves much
hard labor for the women.
The vendue of the deceased Tommy
Wri-’lit came off on Saturday. Everything
sold, and very reasonable.
Our band boys leave here Tuesday eve
ning with th?ir amateur troupe for Forest
Grove, where they will remain until Thurs
day. Tuesday and Wednesday evenings
they give a grand entertainment. Louva,
the Pauper, will be played with the laugha
ble farce entitled, “Wo're all Teetotalers,"
and a drama entitled, Dora, with a farce Hy-
prouondriac. Success to you, bovfl.
T raveler .
May 39th 1883.
Good weather for shearing sheep.
Plenty of work to do on the farms around
hero anil the owners are at it with all their
Supervisor Daniels lias about completed
the road work for this season and has been
quick about it. You see he has a new baby
to take care of and can’t fool away time on
Our Highland school picnic on Saturday
last, was well attended by the people of the
district : there were also a goodly number of
visitors present. A beautiful feast and a day
of jollity was enjoyed bv all.
Mr. Wall of Marion county, is visiting in
Pollard and Berry each have a member of
the “Lo" family at work on timber claims
Miss Scott, who made her home here last
KUinme:* with her brother, H. W. of this
place, is back again after a protracted so
journ in Marion county.
We notice noted real estate agents make
frequent visits to our neighborhood lately.—
We don't think this indicates much except
that it is neoesRary for us to keep a close
lookout for what little personal property we
have that would admit of easy transporta
G. B. Benton, who with his family, left
our neighlM>rh(M»d last winter, Intely wrote to
friends hero that he and bis boys have been
at work cutting woixl since they moved from
here. T'hev ere now living near Arthur.
Mnhnomah county, but think something
of looking soon for a homo in W. T.
• Supt* L. If. Baker made our school a visit
Berry let a caviise horse kick him yestei-
day and n«»w hohhl s around with a badly
jYimmed left foot, but we think the soreness
aris«»« m«»stlv from his having used the mem
her in walking qnite’freely for several hours
after tho blow was received thus aggravating
the bruiaed tendons.
Our crops now promise a fair yield but
the unusual growth of the wild oiwnniber or
“man in-the-ground" gives our fields at pres
ent a woe-l^one appearance.
Hui. H. T uivdzb .
Jnne 4th. 18*8.
A nice little shower showered down npon
ns 1 ist Siuur.tov evening, which makes the
«artlens and field# shew a brighter nppear
June 5th, 1883.
Evervthinv seeura to be lively, lovely and
R»v. Mr. Dnvi# >• in California. »itendinF joyful about town.
th* EvangcHml Conference.
Feokard end Sieg«! have moved into their
Mra. Gwin i# on n r«‘ »« friemto ut Scio. new boos*'.
James Hester has his new house up and
Mra. Dr. Milter tonnw thi# w«*. f<* •
will soon hsre it ready to move into.
Philander Gsrd is laying ths fanndatiwn
Mr. Will Cran», of Porttend. 1» riniting
for hie new house.
ins friend# in D r ,ton.
SO .50 PER ANNUM.
'8TÏURMDAY JUXE 7, 1SS3.
To the Tamers of Polk and. Yamhill
c< junties :
If 5’on want the Bain Wagon, go to Lattceffield A Cook’s. Amity.
If you want the Oliver Chilled Plows, adsizes, or the Cassidy Sulky Plow, go to
l.ancefiel<l A Cook’s, Amity.
If yon want tho Moline Scotch ClippcrPlows. both wood and steel beams; ii you
waul the old reliable Garden City Plows, allsizes, go to Laucefield A Cook’s, Amii y.
If you want the latest and beat improved Harrow, one that will fold up and will cut
I.nnceffield & Cook, Amity,
an: ¡5’ desired width, get the Rankey Iron Harrow of
If you want the LaDow Pulverizing Harrow, 12 to 18 Steel Discs, go to
Lanieiieid A Cook. Ainitj’,
If you want a first-class No. 1 Drill or Broad-Cast Seeder, get the “ Monitor” of
'.tincefield A cook. Amity.
If yon want the Best, Strongest and Lightest Draft Mower, then get the Champion
Uuiiccfield A Cook, Amity.
For tlie best Hay Rake in the world g» toLanceffield A Cook’s, Amity, and get the
Tiger, Self-Discharging Sulky Hay Rake.
If you want tiie Best and most reliable and latest improved
Harvester arid Twine Binder,
I.uncefield & Cook,Amity.
We will put them up, give yon full instructions and start them for vou—free of charge.
We will wurrant each machine to do No. 1 work and give saiiafaotion.
We will keep on hand a Full Line of “ EXTRAS”
and Binding Twine for the McCormick, so that you will not have to send to Portland
tor them. We will sell on time or for Cash.
If you want the Improved Ho Jges Oregon Hea ler, go to I.aucef iel<l A Cook’« Amity.
For the Latest improved
NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENTS bought.
loan ou good real estate socuri-
1 ’ Money lo
Campbell's Building, McMinnville.
»12. IV, A. IB. MILLS,
H. S. MALONEY,!
Counselor at Law.
I JEl'UTY 0ÜKTY
Office—Mieritlun, Yamhill Co., Oregon
N. tary Public.
Siieriilau, Oregon, | Particular attention given to Conveyancing
Collecting, Buying and Selling Real Estate.
STERLING ÏJ. A. U.. No. Iti
Regular meetings, Thursday evening on or
betöre the lull moon, in each month. Sojourn ' FKAWK GIL.TNEU.
ing companions cordially welcomed.
The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci
gars kent for sale. When you go to Dayton
call and see Frank.
»PEARS «A CO.,
House, Sign I Carriage Painters,
STERLING F. HARDING.
ATTORNEY AT LAW. CONVEYANCER»
|;eH| Estate and Collecting Agent, and No-
Good Work Guaranteed. Orders from the ■ lary Public All work pertaining U) thia line
City and Country solicited.
Rllended to promptly and reliably, Al»o, man
ufacturer and repairer of Boots and Shoes. Al!
work done with neatness mid disputed* Head
quarters under Odd Fellows’ Hall, McMinnville,
Geo. G. BINGHAM,
Att’y at Law & Notary Public.
Office—one door East of Fusniture Store,
Me 111 inn vilie, Oregon.
Has on hand fine Hacks and Buggies, made
from the best material and best workmanship.
Painting and trimming done to order.
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC
Horse-shoeing a specialty.
LAFAYETTE, - - - - OREGON.
Special attention paid to Land Law and Ab
YHEK, MILK! MILK !1
stracts of Title.
Money to Loan at all times.
Collections made at usual rates.
The undersigned wishes to inform the peo
ple of McMinnville that he is running a Afilk
Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing
A. D. El Oll ’ARD, U ».
the best of milk at the most reasonable rates.—
These wishing to be supplied with the article
once can do so by leaying orders at the P ob £-
Rhysiiian unii Surgeon,
W. G. 1)AVI8.
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular
attenti m given to diseases of Women and
Children. All calls promptly attended to.
Pesidence—at Mrs. Talmage’s.
W. D. FENTON,
DR. E HOWELL
J. F. CALBREATH,
Littlefield & Calbreath,
Physicians and Surgeon«,
SlHMJtlltY A SPIXIALTI’.
ISIDORE ERTLE, P ro .
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
AU orders promptly filled.
M’CAiN & HURLEY,
Challenger,” Separators o” Powers
Ijnucef¡old & Cook’s Amity.
For Straw Stackers, Grain Belts, CylinderTeeth, all kinds of Belting, etc., etc., ge to
t-iniccffield X- Cook’s, Amity.
- - -
We have the Buffalo Mansfield Steam Engines. Portable an I Stationary.
Sample Wagons. Plows, Drills, Mowing Machines, llay Rakes, McCormick Binders, Etc.
Office—Jail Building, up stairs.
on hand. Please call unil examine before purchasing elsewhere.
L AM I HELL) & ( O(»K, Amity, Grcgoi).
Agents for Knapp, Burrell & Co., Portland.
W. II. BOYD, M. D ,
SURGEON & PHYSICIAN,
—up stairs over Manning’s
Store, McMinnville, Oregon*
i* !! or OU R JPHER,
Has returned to his old stand-up stairs in Si
monels’ building—with a new equipment of
utensils tor his work, and is now prepared to
’IcYl INN V II.LE
Office—One door east of Hartman’s brick.
Laughing Gas administered for painless ex
F2.ANZ A. I-IILL,
Will find it to
Yamhill Lumbering Co.’s Mill,
STAR MIXED PAINT
Located on the North Yamhill River at Western Oregon Riilrqjul Bridge,
Two ami one-halt Mile East of McMinnville.
HARD AND GLOSSY FINISH
NO. 1 SALOON.
G. W. HULERY, Pro.
(Successor to M. Feker,)
The best Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit
ters, Wines, etc., the markets afford. Also, the
ot cigars, and the justly celebrated San
It will not crack, chalk or peel off, and
Francisco Lager Beer.
We are prepared to ship Lumber,
I’oint on the IC. O. and JI*.
To call at the above Saloon.
Takes pleasure in inviting the attention of the
I keep constantly on hand the Finest Wines
public to his new and fine stock of
and Liquors for Family and Medicinal use.
fOH3 CASWELL, Proprietor.
DRUGS, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
— BY USING THE —
From a small size tin-type to a large Cabinet
Please give me a call.
Beautify Your Homes
Particular attention paid to diseases of wo
men and Children.
If not in office, can be- found by enquiring
at either of the drug stores.
P. S.—Patients have the right to have their
Prescriptions filled where they choose.
ilFFICE at F. A. Hill’s Drug Store, Dayton,
A Cood Wagon Road to tho Mill-
Address all Ordee to
YAMHJLL LUMBERING COMPANY,
B E A UT Y
Its DURABILITY and CHEAPNESS is
freely admitted by all who have used it. It is
prepared by tne union of Pure White Lead.
Oxide of Zinc and Boiled Oil iu such propor
tions as to chernically and permanently unite
them. It is offered to the public as the
Best Paint Ever Produced
(Situated at the Depot,)
■„ II, COOK. Prop.
rpiHS HOTEL IS FIRST-CLAS8 in «rery mr-
* ticular, being furnished with all modern
Appliances, and setting before its guests enly
It is convenient, being mixed READY FOR tne best the market affords.
THE BRUSH, of ANY SHADE OR COLOR. Sample-room for the especial aecommodatio*
J. E. MAGERS.
of Commercial Men.
ANYONE CAN APPLY IT.
N otary P ublic .
Remetnlier the place- at the depot.
N otary P ublic .
WAHLEN & HAGELS,
Hsal Estats and Xnsnxanco Agents,
Fnriu Lands olaM «la*«'* lor Sale on Ea«f Trrn»*-
Aiwo. Tow n Lot*.
COLLECTIONS MADE AND PROMPTLY REMITTTED.
Le^al Papers drawn with .Neatness. Accuracy and Ids-
A Largs Supply Always OnHati, at
R. E HART 51A .VS
Shingles, Shingl«« !
Good, Fresh Milk !
THE FI3MT SAWBB «HINOLBS
ever made in thia section are now being maa-
□ factored at
Having Fresh Cows. I am now prepared to
furnish the Best Miik at the Lowest Living
tes,delivered either night or morning,oi
Chean as the cheapest and good as the beet.
twice a day, if desired. Milk ae pa rate fron
Look at them.
>n»* cow. when requested.
Apply at my residence in McMirnvillr ; o-
Enquire of F. W. REDMOND. Agent, at
all orders left at the Postoffict will be prompt McMinnville, or of
ly attended tn.
R. J. 81MP8ON.
MILLER A BOW I RM.
Miller & Bowers' Shingle Mill.