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About Yamhill reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1883-1886 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 27, 1883)
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the reporter .
I ht- mo ,t <>f our town will
F>>r Lame Back, Side or Chest use Shiloh’s BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL
this week, attending court.
Porous Plaster. Price 25 cents. Sold by Rogers
Mrs. M. E. Sheyltie leaves to-day for her A Todd.
Phyairian and Siirgron
home in Kalama, W. T.
Published Every Thursday, at
“HACKMETACK.” a lasting ami fragran
Capt. Tyler, of the Grove, was in town one
Has permanently located in McMinnville
M c M innville
: O regon day
perfume. Price 25 and 50 cents. Sold by Rog
for the practice of his profession. All calls—
ers A' Todd.
ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY PUBLIC day or night—promptly attended to.
W. J McConnell returned last Saturday
JL. V. U. SNYDER.
Office—One door ca3t of Warren A Magers
from San Franoisco.
LAFAYETTE, - - - - OREGON.
CATARRII CURED, health and sweet breath
Editor and Proprietor.
James Reed has moved into J. C. Marsh’s secured bv Shiloh’s Catarrh Remedy, Price Special attention paid to Land Law and Al>-
house in town ; he has rented W. J. MoCon 50 cents, Nasal Injector free. Sold bv Rogers j tracts of Title.
Money to Loan at all times.
nell’s farm and expects to move on soon.
Collections made at usual rates.
mo their trip to Tillamook. They report having WILL YOU SUFFER with Dyspepsia and
One copy per year, in advance..............
C. W. HULERY, Pro.
1.50 a splendid time and brought home with them Liver Complaint ? Shiloh’s Vitalizer is guaran-
A. ». no WAR», M. ».
(Successor to M. Feker,)
eed to cure you. Sold by Rogers <& Todd.
about 300 pounds of fine trout.
E. E. GOUCHER, M. 1). TUE HOLMAN FAN
W. D. FENTON,
NO. 1 SALOON.
Health of neighborhood improving.
Seve.al of our townspeople attended the
Fair last week.
A. Lafever left for Southern Oregon, last
Our band serenaded several of our promi
nent citizens last Saturday night.
The little daughter of Mr. D. Bamholtzer,
who has been very low with typhoid fever
for some time past, is improving Hlowly.
Messrs. Burnett, Larsen and Liebe, of
Portland, were here, looking after their mill
ing interests, last week.
Preston Munkers and wife, of Scio, Linn
county, were the guests of Win. Logan, last
Mrs. A. R. Logan, of your place, was here
Visiting friends last week.
Clarence Carey, of Portland, returned
home yesterday. He will attend school here
Mr. Ed. Crane, of Portland, and Miss
Caddie James, of this place, were married at
Lafayette yesterday by Judge Townsend.
The happy couple left immediately for Port
land. Ed and Caddie have numerous friends
Ht this place, who wish them happiness.
Willie Hughes will leave in a few days for
Eastern Oregon. Success to you, Willie.
Mrs. A. Lafever, who has been very ill for
the past few days, is convalescent.
G. E. Detmering is having a new platform
built in front of his store.
A. A. Crane, who has had charge of the
Flouring Mills at this place for the past two
years, has resigned his position with the
company and will leave us soon. Mr. Crane
has purchased a saw mill near Kalama and
will probably go to that place. The best
wishes of numerous friends go with himself
.and his estimable wife.
L loyd .
Sept. 25th, 1883.
IL R. Daniels, of the Lafayette flouring
suill met with a very serious accident last
Thursday. It seems that he was rubbing
some soap on the bevel gear of the chopper,
to prevent cutting, when his hand got caught
in the cogs and was instantly drawn in and
the thumb, second, tlnrd and fourth fingers,
of the left hand were literally ground up.
Dr. Littlefield, was called and dressed the
hand as best he could by amputa ling the
crushed fingers and thumb, leaving the first
linger whole. Mr. D. has been suffering
much pain, but is now feeling a little easier.
The 21st was the hotest day we have had
since the early part of July the themometor
reaching 91 deg. in the shade, with the wea
ther very snltry ; aud what made it more dis
agreeable, the atmosphere became very thick
with smoke from the Coast nuige, and has
remained so ever since.
Mr. Meredith Hews of East Chehalem
died last Saturday, of some kind of low fever.
Me was about fifty years of age.
Al Fletcher of old is not the Al Fletcher
he used to be. He can now stick an aden-
.dura to his name, a sort of *’ nota brecno,’
vou know, and write it A. P. Fletcher, Bene
dict, all because he went down to West Che
haleru last Sunday in a single ‘condition and
returned double—which means that Mr. A.
P. Fletcher, of Lafayette, and Miss May
Nelsof, of West Chehalem. were married at
the residence of the bride's father, J. C. Nel
sou, last Sunday. Cigars for the crowd.
On Mhnday morning the crowd began to
come in to attend court, and by night the
*<?wn was pretty well filled ; but this morn-
iian more are coming from all directions and
no doubt that every nook and comer where
4i mao can sleep and eat will be filled.
The »nnsual attraction of this term of
court is the Fetch murder case, a theme on
every tongue, tried and re-tried on every
corner by everybody that knows or don t
know anything about it ; and always with
the same result : one learns no more about
H. But perhaps the end of this week v.di
see the end of the trial in court, and then
uomothing will be known about it.
Among those who are called here as wit
Hesses in the Fetch murder case, is our old
friend and townsman, J. T. Hubert. J. E
Hembree is up and 1 believe is also a witness
jin the same case.
Aaron Frazier, formerly of this place, but
now of Wasco county, is here as a witness.
Aaron looks as rough and rugged as a c<w -
boy ; evidently bunch grass agrees with him.
()ut«kte of the court business there is little
or nothing of interest. Everything seems to
move smoothly enough to satisfv the most
indolent nature in the country, l’be Villard
raemorial has not yet been heard from. and.
judging from other signs, will probably not
l>e favorable when it is heard from.
The Yamhill river m now so low that boat-
cannot get up to Dayton, so goods have to
come up on the (). A C. railroad to St. Jo
.and then by team to Dayton.
In view of the aliove facts, some of our pe*'
pie talk of doing something to get boats up
to Lnfayetto. A good move and one chat
that can be carried out if Lafayefte and pay
ton and neighborhood will go to work in
earnest rfs they ought tn do. There is no ns*
in depending <>ji Villard or any other roan
for a railroad with a water way so near.v
N at .
Sept. 24. W-
Mrs. Kate Dempvv left last we-k for Sher
idan, to visit her relatives and friends.
Moreelli« Griner left last week for Cnqneile.
Ceos conntv, in search of land.
Mrs. Austin Brisbine, of Witlamina. i-
visiting at her father-in-law’s. J. Bnsbme.
George Higgins is very sick with rhenraa
There wilt be an open temperance meeting
given by the I. O. O. T>, Oct. 6th. Pro
gramme not oot yet
A petition is being circulated to have a
telegraph office at this place, which is some
thing that has long been needed.
Miss Mary Davis has returned from the
coast, where she has been the past six weeks.
She returns much improved in health.
Afrs. Gouderson. of Portland, is visiting
with her friends, Mr. F. Barnekoff' and wife.
Miss Mamie McConnell and brother Ben
nie, and Theodore Houswirth and Fred Sap
pington have all gone to Portland to attend
Get Billy Morgan to build your chimneys,
.£ you want a a good J job done,
He has gone
to Chehalem now, where he has a week’s
work, putting up chimneys.
T raveler .
SLEEPLESS NIGHTS, made miserable by
that terrible cough. Shiloh’s Cure is the rem
edy for vou. Sold by Rogers .t Todd.
I^hyxician aittl Surgeon,
Any person wishing a Fanning Mill will
please leave their orders with MR. JOHN SAX
or MR. B. F. HARTMAN. Th«
will clean wheat be it ever so foul with wild
oats, tame oats or the seeds of any nature and
make it clean enough for the market or seed.
As a guaranty of what it will do, I will take
any quantity of wheat with one wild oat in it,
and will separate the oat from the wheat with
LYMAN W. SMITH.
The beet Spirituous and Malt Liquors, Bit
Office in Garrison’s Building.—Particular ters, Wiues. etc., the markets afford. Also, he
attenti >n given to diseases of Women and best ot cigars, and the justly celebrated San
SHILOH’S CATARRH REMEDY—a pos Children. All calls promptly attended to. Francisco Lager Beer.
itive cure for Catarrh, Diptheria and Canker Residence—at Mrs. Talmage’s.
Mouth. Sold by Rogers & Todd.
Pioneer Brick Yard.
Crockery, Crockery !
The following goods have just been reoeived
from the manufactory and are for sale
G. G. BINGHAM,
W. M. RAMSEY,
RAMSEY A RINGHAM
Morntyt at Late
Cheaper Ilian Ever Before
(Situated at the Depot,)
in this State, consisting of
Oregon. I'arthan Milk Pane,
I., II, COOK, Prop.
Thousands of Brick, of the best quality, now
on hand and will constantly be kept at the
Office of Geo. G. Bingham, Notary Public-
brick yard of
HOTEL IS FIRST-CLASS in every par
one door West of Furniture Store,
ticular, being furnished with all modern
A. C. SAYLOR,
M c M innville
O regon . appliances, and setting before Its guests only
tne best the market affords.
»8 •• YI inn vi lie, -
Sample-room for the especial accommodation
Sept. 24 1883
Strong east wind for several days last week
DR. W, A ». MILLS,
of Commercial Men.
lias again darkened the atmosphere with
Remember the place - at the depot.
formerly run by C. G. Saylor, the above named flFFICE at F. A. Hill’s Drug Store, Dayton
proprietor starts out with the intention of man
Hauling wheat for the season is over, but ufacturing and supplying this public with
we have not learned the amount in the ware brirk in any quantity, of a quality guaran
teed to be as good as the best, and at prices as
Mr. Gehile and family started for Illinois low as the lowest.
one day last week.
A suitable reduction to parties purchasing
“ Len’ me yer knife, pipe an’ tobaccy, an’
The last field of wheat in this section was large lots.
fumble yer pocket fer a match while 1 load the
threshed at Dan’l Rogue’s last Wednesday.
” Which being interpreted,means that
Give me a call and see for yourself.
Capt Lafollett has rented his old farm near
2 H. WELCH
Grand lloude to J. L. Simpson.
Has bought Harry Robertson’s stock of Cigars,
Arthur Branson and wife started to Ten
and Notions which he propos
nessee, last week.
'tic Uinnvil le,
Oregon. es to sell as low as is consistent with the
School commenced last Monday, and a
Painting done in the neatest style, on the law of live-and-let-live. And having sei up a
number of boys and girls who ought to be
shortest notice and at the most reasonable Is prepared IIA1<I<I<H
do slashing and grubbing with
in attendance are staying at home. Parents |
prices. Shop in the old Beary building on soda pop aud to oranges
for eale under the Pho
and others take too little interest in this j i
Third between A and B Sts.
tograph Gallerv at McMinnv illo.
matter. We have a good school and let us
miles west of Amity.
H. H. WELCH.
properly sustain it.
It was the daughter of Mr. Gehile that 200 acres in cultivation ; new
M’CAIN & HURLEY,
was hurt by the railroad accident at Whites, house ; young orchard just be
last week Tuesday.
1^01- Sale T
.1TTOKJVE \'S ./T L,^ \\•,
ginning to bear.
Capt. Lafollett has a small farm of one
Desirable property in the town of Sheridan
hundred aud forty acres lying one mile and
Yamhill County, consisting of a blacksmith
a-half south of Sheridan, which he offers for
shop, wagon shop, good dwelling house, barn,
sale for two thousand dollars—five hundred
The cheapest farm in Yamhill
lumber and wood shed.
down and balance on time.
Mr. Ennis Stone, who lives about twelve County.
For terms apply to i.ufuyetle., -
miles south of here, in Goose Neck, lost an
Office—Jail Building, up stairs.
other om-of his children—a girl—about 12
Geo. G. BINGHAM,
years old, with scarlet fever, and the mother
and another child have it, but both are con
Real Estate Agent.
LOTS FOR SALE.
ST. <HzlRLES HOTEL
T MULTNER, Prop.,
1 OTS Nos. 1,2 and 3, in Block No. 19, Iiow-
(’lav Branson has purchased a part of the
land’s addition are offered i<»r sale at a bar
old Knifong farm, adjoining the town of
Corner Third and B streets,
Willamina, and moved onto it last week.—
OREGON. gain. Fine location near the depot—just east
Mr. Branson has for a year or so lived at
of the residence of L. II. Cook, on the east side
Newhouse! New furniture! unsurpassed in of railroad track, on Third Street. The three
Hou. J. J. Henderson’s.
the country. Rates—$1 to $2 per day, accord lota will be sold tor $400, if applied for soon.
The following notice is posted about town:
ing to room. Single meals, 25 cents. Lodg
GEORGE W11.1.IM, Jr.
The notes and accounts of S. Mnthesen, W.
ing, 25 to 50 cents, according to room. Board
McMinnville, May 24, ’83—1 Itf.
F. Lemon aud Mrs. E. M. Wait are left with
and Lodging, $4 to $6, per week. Fine Sample
me for collection, and if not paid before
Rooms and superior accommodations for com
Nov. 1st, 1883. 1 am instructed to collect at
mercial i. en.
Supper furnished Balls and
law, No further time will be given and 1
at reasonable rates. Give me a call
will obey instructions in every instance
and see for yourselves.
where I can make costs. This is the last
A tt ’ y at L aw & N otary P ubix
C harles L afollett .
Business Promptly Attended to.
The town authorities have commenced to
Pay <'.* in I i
construct a large culvert across the street
riFFICE—One Door East of Post office,
For all kinds of Produce. Oats, Barley, Cured
near Mr. Gardner’s house.
Moats/Lard, Apples, Onions, Eggs, Chickens,
There are a number of cheap farms for Turkeys, Ducks, Geese and Potatoes.
sale in this section.
Airs. Tip Graves has l»een quite sick for
W. A. FENTON
some time, but is some better now.
l ime, *alt. Oafs, Potatoes, Cement,
The Purest Wines and Liquors kept constant Hoot
anti Shoe Maker,
Miss Ridgeway, who lives on Mill (’reek,
»»«I táraos Seed.
ly on hand. Cigars of the best brands and one
is very sick, and it is feared she has diph
Mr. Collins, the photographer, is taking
The finest stock of Boote. Shoes, Rubbers,
pictures in town.
Canga Gypsoii, or Land Plaster
Etc, in Yamhill County
“ Me,” who lives a short distance from
CHEAP FOR CASH.
town, informs me that he dug his potatoes a The only fertilizer that contains Phosphate
week or so ago, and his Burbank Seedlings Li me.
.I t < OOI’EU Boots and Shoes manufactured to order and
are now soft and wilty, and he fears that he
I am also agent for the
All work and goods warranted.
will lose them.
Sign of the Big Boot, Sheridan, Oregon.
Now is the time to gather your garden Northwestern Ua.ufaotcry k Car Company's
seeds and luy in a supply of kindling wood
far winter use. 'i here is lots of comfort in
knowing that yon have plenty of good drv
wood in the wood shed for the long. cold,
wet winter that is coming.
S. D an .
and now have on exhibition at. mv store a fine
assortment ot I iriq and Road .Machinery, in
by the Day,
I ven to
I have all the field notes W»»’k or Month.
Sept. 22, 1883.
of the Public Surveys or
St. Paul Twine Binder
Yamhill county, and am
Beautiful weather for Fall work.
prepared to do First-Class
Farmers are beginning to seed their sum-
work on short notice and
Corner Commercial and Trade Sts.,
opposite Masonic Hall.
met fallowed land.
L ight S olar T ransit .
E. X. HARDING.
The mast is heavier than anyone supposed
W. A L. E. GURLEY,
TROY, N. V.
it to be until the swine showed l»y their ma-
nuvres that it was worthtgruntmg about.
J. B. ROHR,
House, Carriage, Sign
and a largo variety of Fancy Glassware and
II*. O. Palmer'o,
Opposite Bingham’s Furniture Store, McMinn
T. C. STEPHENS,
JEWELER i ENGRAVER.
n the Brick Store, corner 3<l aud Jefferson St't
ITice-$25 per Acre.
Has on hand fine Hacks ami Buggies, made
from the best material and best workmanship.
Painting and tri aiming done to order.
General Blacksmith and Repairer.
Horse-shoeiug a specialty.
FRANK A. HILIe,
Takes pleas« re in inviting the attention of the
public to his new and tine stock of
DRUGS, STATIONERY, PATENT MEDI
CINES, CUTLERY. SCHOOL BOOKS,
J. E MAGERS,
NEW BILLIARD HALL
FARM, Read and Mill MACHINERY,
IF YOU WANT TO BUY
Æ lì K,
OF ALL KINDS,
OF EX EBY KIND. GO TO
I). I. CORKER,
U. R. LITTLEFIELD,
J. F. CALBREATn,
Littlefield & Calhrealh,
I aider Odd Fellows’ Hall,
DR. E HOWELL
Notice Io til Pnrliew.
All parties are hereby notified not to trespass
upon my premises from and after this date, and
fill found trespassing will lie prosecuted to th
fullest extent of the law.
W. T. Nawav.
McMinnville, Aug. 23, 1883—ml
The undersigned wishes to inform the peo-
>le of McMinnville that he is running a Milk
Wagon from his farm to town and furnishing
ihe best of milk at the most reasonable rates.—
Those wishing to be supplied with tke article
nt once can do so by leaving orders at the Poef-
W. G. DAVIS.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned
PliyMcinn* and Surgeon*, McMinnville,
Oregon, has be»*u duly appointed administrator of the
••4ate of .Joseph Haves, deceased, by the County
A. ENNIS, Proprietor.
< oiirt ot Yamhill County, Oregon. All persons,
St RGKRY A ÄPECIA1.TY,
having claims against said estate are hereby
to present them to me properly verified
The Finest Wines, Liquors ami Cigars kept notified
it my residence near Bellevue,Oregon, within
constantly on hand.
x months from this date, and all persons in-
•irbted to said estate will make immediate pay •
Notice rrhiH !
merit to me.
Bellevue, Aug. 16, 1883.
------------- ! INSTRUMENTS bought.
DAVID GI NNING,
Money V to
loan on good real estate securi-
VI« ’Iinnvillr, Oregon,
VIministrator of the estate of J<»«epb Hayes,
Apply to-----------G. G. BINGHAM,
Is now prepared to furnish yiuric for Pic-Nics,
Campbell’s Budding, McMinnville.
Celebration*, etc., on short notice »nd at rea
sonable rates. Address
Custar Post Band,
ISIDORE ERTLE, P bo .
A. V. H. RViYr.ZH. I.rnder,
Manufacturer of Lager Beer and Porter.
All orders promptly filled.
The best brands of Liquors, Wines and Ci
gars kept for sale. When you g»> to Day tor
call and see Frank.
Dr «. F. TKki n
At her residence, in Amity, Oregon.
Nnv. I. H»«l-IL
» » -3
New Grocery and Provision Store
Just opened on
Oregon. I HA1K (¡II TM R.
Dme tn Order, will please call on
MRS. H. A- ALLEN
Prescriptions < arefully eouipouuded and
livery, Feed and Sale Stable.
Slashing won’t bum very well now. and
before the showers we were all afraid firing
would I m * dangerous. We will now have to
do a good deal of work, piling brush and
otherwiiie coaxing the fire along.
Our Sunday School, we think, deserve
more than a passing notice, as we have k pt
it up during the summer without missing a
Sunday, except to give wa v for preaching.
Moreover, no threshing crew has worked on
Sundav in this neighliorhood this season.
•• Tally one” for the Highland community.
Mrs. Benton, with her two lit tie ones. Ruth
and Henry, paid the Highlands a visit last
week. Her husl»and has latelv pre-empted a
quarter section of land on the head waters
of the Cowlitz, in Lewis county. W. T.
There is to be but little moving nlx>nt of
our immediate n«’ghbors this Fall, but
down about the foot-hills on all sides of u ,
there aeetna to be quite a “ moving out” and
process going on—Potter an I
Moon will go to McMinnville. Frazier wi’l
take the Fuater place on the Willamina that
Moon had intended to occupy, and Gnthri*
and Moore lately from California, will ink-
the Wells and Bewley houses on Rock creek.
Mrs. Southmayd, of Gopher Vail v. is «of
fering from a badly burned foot. She was
carrying a bucket of boiling water when tic-
fastening at one end of the bail gave way.
throwing the o•»tentson and about her feet.
We hear that school is to begin in Gopher
[ondav next and right L- t
fore we forget it. we want to amgrutulate
that community on the appearance of the»r
new and comfortably arranged school hon,».
M ike piod use of it neighbors, and we will
contratulate you again.
8ieg. Hinton tatelv retnraed to the valley
with hi» health considerably improved.
Mis Mary Berry, of the Airtie neighbor
hood, Polk county, is visiting relatives in
HlO H. I. VNDIB.
Watch Kcpairing anri Job
bing a Spec tatty.
Has returned to his old stand-up stairs in Si
monde' building—with a now equipment ot
il tenu Is tor hie work, and is now pref a ral to
Third Street, two Doors East of
Everything* in the line cheap for east or in
‘•xehauge lor counCrr produce. Call and
examine goods and prices.
Feb. 21, l«82-2tf.
Bilk* FOR HALF..
The undersigned ha» for sale a lot of large,
hl/h grade Spanish Merino Burka, wHeb ean
Pic ture» of all kind«
’* had at good bargain« by applying to or ad-
From a small size tin-type to a large Cabinet
Please give me a call.