The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, September 27, 1895, Image 3

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    LOCAL NEWS.
THE PI BLIC SCHOOLS.
Wright, the dentist, McMinnville.
Circuit court will adjourn this week.
The school opens next Monday, Sep­
V right, the dentist, McMinnville.
O. P. Cushow’s family is visiting in tember 30th, and a full attendance is
H. F. Bedwell of North Yamhill was Salem.
. desired. There were 169 pupils present
in the city yesterday.
W. H. Kuns sells more peanuts than the first day of last year, but since hop
anybody.
tf
picking is done there is no good reason
Watermelons at Kuns' bakery.
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F. E. Griffith was down from Inde­ why there may not be twice that number
Attorney C. C. Linden of Sheridan lias
at the opening this year. There will be
pendence Wednesday.
been attending court this week.
a few changes in the course of study
Bent.
Coulter
was
pretty
sick
the
first
Take Notice.—The store ot K. Jacob­
and the arrangement of the grades, and
son will be closed Thursday, Sept. 19th, ol the week, but is better now.
pupils, to be classified to the best ad­
and Saturday, 28th, until 6 o’clock p. m.
Buy your school books at The Novelty. vantage, should be present the first day.
Attorney Jolly of Oregon City was at­
A young son was born to the wife of T. Those who enter later may not have the
tending court the first of the week.
A. McCourt of this city on the 20th.
same advantage.
Best dental plates in the world are
Leroy Lewis, dentist.
All pupils will attend school in their
aluminum.
Consult Dr. Lewis about
Miss Nora Cooper returned to Pullman respective wards, except those of the
them.
Wash., Tuesday, for another year at high school who will attend at the Co­
lumbus building. The present line be­
Hon. Calvin M. Stanley of Newberg college.
tween
the two wards begins at the south­
was in the city yesterday. •
There is an opening in the R eporter
Wanted—By W. L. Warren, real estate office for a good boy or young man to east corner of Chandler’s second addition,
runs west to the Southern Pacific rail­
agent,to list real estate for sale or houses learn the printing business.
road, thence north along it to Cozine
and farms for rent. A number of good
John Hamlin, a farmer living on the
( reek, thence up that creek to E street,
farms desired. Office in Wright block.
B jrnB place near Bellevue, died of pneu­
thence north along that street to Third
Frank Spencer, now of Eugene, spent monia on the 21st inst., at the age of 35
s-treet, thence west along that etreet to
last Sunday here.
rears.
B street, and thence north on that street
To T rade —Rough lumber 2x4 20 ft.,
Dentist Leroy Lewis has his rooms in and the county road to the boundary of
2x8 18 ft. and 1x12 18 ft, for a good the Griesen building nicely fitted up and the district. It will be well for all pupils
milch cow or a second-hand buggy In­ appears to be all ready for business and to make themselves acquainted with their
quire at this office.
lots of it.
location as they will be required at the
Judge Cowls was taken quite ill Sunday
It was gratifying to see J. C. Nelson on opening of the school to give the name
and was confined to the house several the street last Saturday. He is not able of the street or streets on which their
days.
to move about much without assistance, residence is located.
Teachers have been assigned to places
J P. Irvine now has as fine stock of however.
groceries as is carried in auy city on the
W. T. Vinton arrived home the even­ in the following order:
Columbus school:—C. II. Jones, 9tb
west side, which he will sell at the very ing of the 19th, from Cleveland, Ohio.,
lowest prices.
whither he was sent as a delegate to the and 10th grades; Mrs. Matthieu, 7th and
8th grades; Miss Pagenkopf, 5th and 6th
Senator 8. B. Huston of Washington supreme lodge of Foresters.
county ha<l business before the Yamhill
T. J. Bridgeford has accepted the po­ grades; Miss Scofield, 3rd and 4th
court on Tuesday.
sition offered him in Santa Barbara and grades; Miss Swanson, 1st and 2d grades.
Cook school:—E. V. Littlefield, 7th
The best bread is baked at Kuns’, leaves next Wednesday. His family
will remain here for the present at least. and Sth grades; Miss Bryant, 5th and
bakery.
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6th grades; Miss Mann, 3d and 4th
Duncan Harris, after receiving honora­
Mrs. W. H. Kuns and Miss Josie
grades; Miss Baker, 1st and 2d grades.
(lortner are visiting the state fair this ble discharge from Uncle Sam’s military
The teachers are to meet at the Colum­
service, has again enlisted, this time in
week.
bus school on Saturday, Sept. 28th at 2
Thad Simpson, who has been so poorly the navy, and expects to go on a three p m.
for several weeks with lung trouble, is years’ cruise to the Arctic sea.
Below is given a list of books to be
School books. Exchange your old used in McMinnville public schools,
now confined to his bed.
J. P. Irvine is now better prepared ■ grammars and get new ones at C. Gris- showing the exchange, the introductory
40-4
and the state contract prices. The state
than ever to give bargains in groceries. Ben’s.
Clyde
Nash
was
thrown
from
a
horse contract price takes effect April 1st, 1896.
Unde W. G. Buffuni, aged 93, the
oldest man in the county, was down and his spine injured one day last week
a.
W
at Dundee. Dr. Goucher reports his con­
Ai
from Amity yesterday.
S
Names
of
Books.
2
dition extremely critical and recovery not
-
Q
B
O
Extras, needles, and supplies for all probable, the entire body from the neck
3
3
kinds of sewing machines at C. Grissen's, downward being paralyzed
8 20 8 25
Barnes' First Reader....................... 8
agent for New Home and Wheeler &
40
Barnes’ Second Reader...................
35
J. O. Rogers was married during his Barnes' Third Reader.......................
55
50
Wilson machines.
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late visit to southern Oregon, as was Barnes’ Fourth Reader....................
70
80
Married, at the home of the bride in hinted at last week. The marriage Barnes'
85 1 00
Filth Reader.......................
this city, Wednesday evening at 8 p. m , occurred at Gardiner and was solemnized Fish’s Arithmetic No. 1...................
35
30
55
by Rev. Joseph Hoberg, Mr. Arden Cone on the 16th by Rev Lee Thompson. Fish Arithmetic No. 2.......................
65
Brooks’ Ment.nl Arithmetic
35
30
aud Miss Cordia Hodge.
Mrs. It., formerly Miss Ella Oliver, will Maxwell s First Book in English... 25 40 45
Mrs. Putnam, an aged lady of about 73 come to McMinnville about Oct. 20th.
45
Maxwell’s Introductory Eng. Gram. 30
40
60
65
years, died Monday night at the home of
Maxwell's Advanced Grammar...... 35
Opening days at E. & M. E. Martin’s, Reed’s Word Lessons....................... 10 20 25
Edgar Conner, near Whiteson. Burial
Friday and Saturday of this week.
18
20
Watson s Child Speller....................
occurred at Amity Wednesday afternoon.
48
55
Lehman Blum of Portland was in the Webster’s Primary Dictionary.........
80
72
Yon can get the best bread in Oregon
Webster’s C. S. Dictionary................
city Monday and made arrangements Barnes’ Brief U. S. History.............
95 1 00
at J. P Irvine’s.
39-2
with Chas. Grissen to handle excursion Montieth’s Popular Science.............
75
85
D. C. Collier, a former resident here, business for the exposition. Fifty or Montieth’s Elementary Geography
CO
65
1 UÜ 1 25
now hotel man at Woods, brought over a more persons desiring to go at one time Montieth’s Comprehensive Geog . .
30
35
fine load of salmon from his town, and will be furnished round trip transporta­ Smith's Primary Physiology...........
55
50
Smith's Elementary Physiology
sold it out on Wednesday.
tion, including two tickets of admission Loomis’ Progressive Music No. 2...
18
20
30
25
The finest teas and coffees at J. P. to the exposition, for $2.50.
Loomis’
“
“
No. 3...
42
50
Loomis’
“
“
No. 4...
Irvine’s Blue front grocery.
The new connection at the city water­ Spencerian Copy Books Nos. 1 to 7
08
08
Three wagonloads of mill machinery works was made yesterday morning. The Spencerian C. S. “ “ Nos. 1 to 7
10
10
10
10
went up to the mountains for Jones & city was without water only six or seven Eclectic Drawing Books Nos. 1 to 3
12
15
“
Nos. 4 to 5
Adams’ new mill on Wednesday. The hours, while the pump was being trans­ Eclectic ’•
20
15
“
Nos. 6 to 9
carpenters had their work in readiness ferred from the river and put in working Eclectic “
HIGH school .
condition in the pit. The change has W addy’s Rhetoric........................... 8 ’M) 1 00 1 00
to receive it.
Blank Deeds, Chattel Mortgages, Real cost a good deal of money, but it ie a Smith’s Literature.......................... 72 1 20 1 35
Eclectic Phys. Geog........................ 80 1 00 1 10
Estate Mortgages, etc., always on sale at good one, and we think the work has Robinson's Algebra........................
1 08 1 20
been
well
done.
this office.
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1 00 1 10
Steele s Popular Physics................
1 00 1 10
Steele’s Physiology..........................
Buy your hats of E. & M. E. Martin.
John Hendricks of Carlton is at the
60
65
Peterman's Civil Government...... 48
state fair with bis Shorthorn bull Geneva
A brother of County Treasurer John Barnes' General History................
1 60 1 75
Ladd, that tips the scales at 2600. There Pennington, in Chicago, has constructed Brooks’ Higher Arithmetic............
I 25
1 00 110
are other Yamhillers there, and they a bicycle driven by a small gas engine Gow’s Moralsand Manners............
75
65
mounted behind the rider that drives a 9ong Wave........................................
will be heard from.
C. H. J ones , Principal.
Easy to take, sure to cure, no pain, rotary fan. All the rider has to do is to
nothing to dread, pleasant little pills. guide and balance the wheel. HeiB said
In Sell.Dei'cnac
DeWitt’s Little Early Risers.
Best for to have attained a speed of a mile in 1:32. you ought to keep your flesh up. Dis­
W. J. Garrison is lying very near to ease will follow if you let it get below a
ick headache, biliousness, sour stomachs
death
’s door at the time we go to press, healthy standard. No matter how this
and constipation. Rogers Bros.
and
probably
by the time this announce­ comes, what you need is Dr. Pierce’s
Rev Joseph Hoberg goes to Portland
ment meets the eye he will have entered Golden Medical Discovery. That ie the
to-day to attend the M. E. conference.
in. A good man and an honored citizen greatest flesh-builder known to medical
F. 8. Harding went as a lay delegate on
is going from among us.
science, far surpassing filthy cod liver oil
Wednesday. J. C. Cooper looms up as
and all its nasty compounds. It’s suited
postmaster during Mr. Harding’s ab­
lien de rao II-Bar it hart.
to the most delicate stomachs. It makes
sence.
the morbidly thin, plump and rosy, with
We understant that settlement ha.«
The marriage of Miss Myrtle Hender­
been made of the Watt estate at Amity, son to Mr. George A. Barnhart was cele­ health and strength.
Send for a free pamphlet, or remit 10
whereby Mrs. Watt retains twenty acres brated at the home of the bride’s parents
on which the buildings are situated, and in this city on Tuesday, Sept. 24th, 1895, cents (stamps) and get a book of 168
the creditors of the estate take the rest at 1 p. m., Rev. E. E. Thompson officiat­ pages with testimonials, addresses and
portraits. Address World’s Dispensary
of the land.
ing.
Medical Association, 663 Main Street,
Rev. Bretz of the M. E. church left for
Both are well-known young people of Buffalo, N. Y.
Portland to attend conference Tuesday. this community, the bride being the
His return to this charge seems to be only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey
Rupture or breach, permanently cured
generally desired, but there are many Henderson, and was the only Miss Hen­ without the knife. Address, for pamph­
considerations that govern the action of a derson in a circle of thirty-five grand­ let and references, World’s Dispensary
presiding elder in such matters.
children. The groom is the eldest son Medical Association, Buffalo, N. Y.
Col. Thos. Cornelius was in the city of the editor-in-chief of this paper.
In time with the strains of the Lohen­ From Willamette Valley Chautau-
Monday and made this office a friendly
quan.
visit. Col. Cornelius is a good man, who grin wedding march, performed by Miss
Sann Ichiro Hirota, a young Japanese,
has been an honor to his state, the Myrta Apperson, the bridal party formed
community in which he resides and the under a marriage bell of white dahlias, a bright student now taking a course at
with background of ferns, mosses and Pacific University, gave an instructive
party with which he trains.
talk on “The Rise of Japan.” The
Slates, pencils, tablets, inks, rulers white roses. Other parts of the home
speaker gave a brief view of the political
were
tastefully
decorated
with
flowers
and paper for school pupils at The Nov­
history of Japan, and showed the growth
and
autumn
leaves.
Mies
Daisy
Young
as
elty. The place to buy to save money
bridesmaid preceded the bride, who ac­ of education and Christianity on the is­
The pastor will speak upon the follow­
companied her father. The groom was land. He touched upon the late war of
ing subjects at the First Baptist church accompanied by Mr. Robert Catlin as Japan and China. “This war,” he said,
next Sunday, viz: morning, “Glad Giv­ best man. In the presence of many in­ “should be carefully studied by all. It
ing”; evening, “Love to an Unseen vited relatives and friends the officiating meant more than a contest between two
Friend.”
E. B. P ace , Pastor.
clergyman pronounced the impressive hostile nations. It was a struggle be­
The wheat market has a little better and beautiful ceremony of the Episcopal tween progress and stagnation, between
tone this week, the tendency being church. The bride wore a brown goods civilization and barbarism, between free­
slightly upward. Thirty-eight cents was traveling suit, trimmed in Venetian dom and serfdom. Japan won in the
the local price yesterday. A buyer said passementerie and lace points, and a great fight. Every day’s conflict was
to the writer he was satisfied that farm­ becoming suit hat. The bridesmaid was but a repetition to the emperor of Japan,
ers who held their wheat for half a dollar clad in a cream cloth dress made with who nobly commanded his armies, of
would get it before another harvest.
Julius Ctesar’s famous words,’I came, I
chiffon.
If you need a bill of groceries for the
Congratulations were extended by all saw, I conquered.’ This war and its
fall and winter be sure and get our prices present, and many good wishes were final victory has established throughout
and you will be convinced that you get received by letter. Numerous and hand­ the world that Japan is no longer in the
the best goods for the least money at J. some wedding gifts were presented. regions of barbarism, but is a civilized
After partaking of an excellent lunch, nation.” Cumb. Presbyterian church
P. Irvine’s.
Mrs. E. 8. Warren, who was associated the new husband and wife were accom­ Tuesday evening, Oct. 1st. Admission
10 and 15 cents.
with the late Mrs. G. F. Tucker for a panied to the depot, where the train was
number of years in the millinery busi­ taken for Seattle, for a week’s visit with
There is more Catarrh in this section of
ness in this city, has recently purchased relatives and friends. Guests in attend­
the
country than all other diseases put
the stock of Mrs I. S. Fuller, to which ance from other cities were: Mr. and
together, and until the last few years was
Mrs.
Edward
Failing,
Mrs.
John
Catlin
will be added a new invoice of hats and
supposed to be incurable. For a great
millinery novelties direct from New and son Robert, Mr. E. N. Deady and
many years the doctors pronounced it a
sons
Hanover
and
Matthew-,
Dr.
and
York and Paris. Mrs. Warren has long
local disease, and prescribed local reme­
been recognized as one of the leading 1 Mrs. W. J. Strong, Mrs. M. P. Deady of
dies, and by constantly failing to cure
Portland,
Mies
Annie
Matthews
of
milliners of Oregon, and a host of friends
with local treatment, pronounced it in­
will warmly welcome her to our city. Carlton, Mrs. Van Buskirk and Mr. and
curable.
Science has proven catarrh to
Opening days, Oct. 4th and 5th. See Mrs. J. J. Henderson of Amity.
be a constitutional disease and therefore
advertisement next week.
requires constitutional treatment. Hall’s
Millinery Opening.
School supplies in abundance and at
Catarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Mark Sisters wish to announce the Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
low prices at The Novelty.
? opening of a fine display of millinery
Messrs
Cal breath, Goucher and
constitutional cure on the market. It is
Wright have heard from two or three Saturday, September 28th. Ladies are taken internally in doses from 10 drops
39-2
to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
cars of prunes shipped east. One that respectfully invited.
blood and mucous surfaces of the sys­
went to Montreal brought <1.25 per crate,
There is no doubt, no failure, when tem. They offer one hundred dollars for
which is considered pretty good. The
one that landed in Chicago during the you take DeWitt’s Colic & Cholera Cure. any case it fails to cure. Send for circu­
hot spell brought only 74 cents a crate, It is pleasant, acts promptly, no bad af­ lars and testimonials. Address,
F. J. C heney & Co., Toledo, O.
which was not so good. These are gross ter effects. Rogers Bros.
£ AT" 'old by druggists, 75c.
figures, and the parties do not yet know
Horses for Sale.
just how they will come out, though they
One pair of good heavy horses weigh­
Mrs. Sarah Dorrance of Newberg was
hope to be whole on the fruit they bought.
The other car went to New York and no ing 1400 lbs each, for sale for cash or adjudged insane last Friday, and com­
trade for other stock. 0, S. K ellogg ,
mitted to the asylum.
returns from it have been received.
wrapped in sleep, Lalawys and Winum­
49 George Bodie vs Elmer P Dixon, i
snoot crept softly past the lines (fur a Ramsey & Fenton for plff, Spencer &
An Indian Legend Revived by See­
guard had been posted round the chief’s Talmage for deft. Non suit.
ing it in the Window.
APPEAL.
tepee) and vanished in the wilderness.
24 In re the application of C J Rich­
Down in Kogers Bros.’ show window,
When mornin' dawned the alarm was ards for road of public easement. Ram­
ghastly, grinning and yellow with age,
given that they were missin,’ and a sey & Fenton for appellant. Irvine & Co-
there is a skull. Any day it may be
search
began. Hours afterwards they show for respondent. Judgment for ap­
seen as it peers out of its sunken sockets
pellant for $36.66.
wur
found
dead, side by side, with hands
25 In re application of C J Richards
into the curious eyes of the passers by.
Some will take a hasty glance and pass clasped together, hangin’ to a limb uv a for a road of public easement. Ramsey I
& Fenton for appellant Mary A Reid, Ir­
on ; others will stop and say, “Whose is tree. They knew that there wuz no es­ vine & Coshow for respondent Richards.
cape
fur
Winumsnoot,
and
so,
rather
it? Where was it found? It must be
Verdict for appellant for $73.33.
55 Louis Harper vs O A B Grosser.
old ; for see, its teeth are gone.” It is than be separated from him, the brave
gal kept her word. And to this day,” Judgment for plff for $12.
old; perhaps a hundred years have
DAMAGES.
passed away since the breath of life went said Uncle Philip, getting to his feet, and
beginning to repack the grub box, “that j 13 Ida Lepard vs Donald Frazer. Ir­
out forever. It is that of an Indian. It
big oak that we passed the other day vine & Coshow and Mendenhall & Cun­
was unearthed a lew days since from its
ningham for plfl', McCain aud Magers for
over by Amity on the left hand side uv [ deft.
Non suit by plff.
silent resting place in the ancient burial
REPLEVIN.
ground of the Yamhillas, on the farm of. the road, whur the band uv crows wuz '
cawin’, marks the spot whur sweet little ' 15 F M Stevens & Co vs H J Goetz-
Isaac Robison near Amity.
Lalawys died.”
T hos . R ogers .
man. Irvine & Coshow and Cake &
This burial ground, of which I have
Cake for plff. Judgment on pleadings
made mention, is a burial place no long­
by consent for property. $1 damages.
COI’KT PROCEEDINGS.
54 Henry Gee vs W G Henderson.
er. Where used to stand the Indian
Silencer & Talmage for plff; Irvine & Co­
village in a forest, is now a wheat field.
Circuit court convened on Monday in show
The tribe,—what is left of them—now re­ Judge Burnett’s court, and under his ex­ greed. for deft. Jury trial. Jury disa­
side in the Grand Ronde agency.
peditious conduct the following disposi­
MOTION TO RETAX COSTS.
It was not the whites that drove them tion of cases has been made up to Thurs­ 44 Stout & Martin vs Y’amhill Coun­
ty. S|>encer & Talmage and Geo G
there, but remorse in the heart of the day noon:
ruling chief, long before the coming of D epartment N o . 1.—G eo . A. B urnett , Bingham for plff', Ramsey & Fenton, Ir­
vine & Coshow and Jas McCain for deft.
the white man. With their going, there­
Costs and disbursements retaxed in fa­
J udge .
by hangs a tale. It was told the writer
vor of deft at $13.
ACTIONS FOR MONEY.
45 Peter Dorland vs L M Morris. Ir­
by whom? Well, I shall call him Un­
1 Moore, Ferguson & Co vs M W vine & Coshow for plfl'. Spencer & Tal­
cle Philip, as he told it me, in his quaint
mage for deft. Argued. Costs and dis­
way, on a summer’s day a year or so Tallman. Irvine & Coshow for plff.
bursements retaxed in favor of deft at
Continued for service.
ago.
$73.05.
2
R
Ji
Wade
&
Co
vs
If
R
Littlefield
Department No. 2 is continued to Oc­
We were on our way to the coast, Un­
cle Philip and I, and had stopped for etal. Ramsey & Fenton for plff. Con­ tober 14th.
tinued for service.
CRIMINAL.
dinner in the ash grove just this side of
3 The North Pacific Lumber Co vs
19 State vs J Sliger. McCain for plff.
Sheridan. Dinner being ready, and
G W Gosser. Ramsey & Fenton for plff. Assault with a dangerous weapon. Ju­
while we were stuffing down the good
ry trial. Verdict of guilty of assault.
Continued for service.
things from home, a band of Indians
20 State vs Bert Lepard. McCain for
4 MAM Ashley vs Leaner Gray. G plff, Ramsey & Fenton for deft. Break­
passed through the grove on their way
G Willis for plff. Continued.
ing the glass in a building not bis own.
down the valley.
Jury trial. Verdict of guilty. Fined
6 The Commercial National Bank of
“H-m!”said Uncle Philip, “them’s
$50
and went to jail.
Portland
vs
Phil
Withycombeet
al.
Ram
­
Grand Rondes, or, as they be called now,
State vs Wardle. Larceny of bicycle.
Yamhill Injuns, and the sight o’ them sey & Fenton for plff; Thos H Tongue On trial.
brings into mind the legend ’bout Lala- for deft. Continued.
Indictments were found against Albert
7 The Commercial National Bank of Emerson for the burglary of a set of har­
wys, the Injun gal. Ever hear ’bout it?”
near Carlton ; against young Gram­
Upon my telling him that I was in the Portland vs Thos W Perry. Ramsey & ness
mer for t he larceny of a horse near Am­
dark, bo to speak, he refilled his coffee Fenton for plff; Jno J Spencer for deft. ity, and against young Sampson for a
Continued by consent.
like crime at Sheridan. All plead guilty.
cup and began:
11 Jones & Adams vs The Anita. J Emerson was sentenced for two years,
“Lalawys, ’cordin to Injun history,
and Sampson for one year. Grammer is
wuz a beautiful gal, and wuz ’bout sev­ J Spencer for plff. Dismissed.
not yet sentenced.
12
D
Walker
vs
The
Anita.
Spencer
enteen year ole when she died. She wuz
for
plff.
Dismissed.
the only child of a chief of the Yam-
Licence* to Marry.
14 Feldman & Cole vs Garretson,
hillas by the name of Elkin, who died a
Sept. 19, K. L. Olson, 29, and Ella
year or so ago, nigh unto a hundred year Woodruff Pratt Co. Ramsey & Fenton Marquis, 23.
Sept. 23, Geo. A. Barnhart, 22, and
ole. When Lalawys wuz a little gal, her for plff. Continued for service.
16 W W Espey vs Ed F Osborn. Ir­ Myrtle Henderson, 20.
father's tribe, that wuz allers a fightin’,
captured a little Kalamat'.i Injun boy vine & Coshow for plff. Continued pend­
Self-denial is the one thing most diffi­
’bout her own age, fur away in the south. ing settlement.
cult to inculcate and always hard to
17 Nichols & Shepard Co vs J T Fry­ practice, especially when there are good
When the warriors got home frurn their
raid, Lalawys dad took the boy in hand er et al. Ramsey & Fenton for plff. Con­ things to eat within reach. But there is
no self-denial necessary if you take Sim­
and made him a slave. As years rolled tinued for service on defendant Epperly. mons Liver Regulator. It promotes di­
18
ER
Poppleton
vs
John
L
and
A
B
by and Winumsnoot—fur that wuz the
gestion, prevents dyspepsia and a dose
boy’s name—and Lalawys grew up, they Watt. John T Whalley for plff. Con­ after a hearty meal of delicacies will pre­
vent any discomfort. It’s the best good­
found themselves powerfully in love, and tinued.
21 Henry A Bertram vs Isabell Wil­ night toddy.
concluded to marry. Uv evenings, be­
fore what I am going to tell you hap­ son et al. H C Hume for plff, Irvine &
Notice for Bids.
pened, after the day’s work wuz done— Coshow for Deft M 1. Burns. Continued
Notice
is
hereby given that sealed bids
fur the ole chief made Winumsnoot work for service.
will lie received by the county clerk un­
22
L
Bettman
vs
Phebe
Burch.
Ram
­
til 2 p. m., October 10th, 1895, for the
like a dog, carryin’ wood and water, dig­
gin’ camas—him and Lalawys would, if sey & Fenton for plff, Spencer & Tal­ construction of a bridge across Cozine
creek at McMinnville, where the old
’twas summer time, slip away and count mage for deft. Demurrer overruled and county bridge now stands, near the
judgment
for
plff,
with
order
to
sell
at
­
the stars. If ’twas winter time they
creamery. Bids may be in two forms,
one for a bridge with footwalk, as shown
would sit together on the skin floor uv tached property.
23 Van B Sears vs A M Martin. Da­ by specifications in clerk’s office, and one
the teepee, back uv the ole folks, in the
for said bridge without a footwalk. Bids
shadow, with his strong arm round her ly, Sibley & Eakin for plff, Jas McCain may also be for doing the work and fur­
for deft. Demurrer overruled; judgment nishing the materials, or for the work
waist, with her little brown hand a play­
for plff.
alone, the count}’ to furnish materials.
in’ with his ha’r. Strange to tell, the
26 Nathan E Tindall vs A L Arm­ County reserves the right to reject any
ole man never s’picioned what wuz goin’
and all bids.
A. E. M c K ern .
on. ,Bout the time the young folks wuz strong. H C Hume for plff. Default
and
judgment.
Order
to
sell
attached
thinkin’of makin’ known their ’tentions,
Farm for Sale.
the little gal wuz mighty s’prised, one property.
220
acres.
50 acres in cultivation.
27 HR Boynton vs George Lebold. Good house and
day, when her dad sez: ‘Lalawys, you
barn, young bearing
are now a woman, and it is time you C C Linden for plff. Default and judg­ orchard, excellent pasture land, situated
4 miles south of Dayton on the Willa­
wuz marryin’. Chief Waduped uv the ment.
mette river. Warehouse and boat land­
28
J
C
Fortman
vs
J
W
Shelton
et
al.
Rogue Rivers likes your looks, and has
ing within % mile of farm. Price $16
Irvine
&
Coshow
for
plff.
Default
and
offered nine ponies fur your hand. Wad­
per acre. Address,
L. H. B aker ,
40-3m
Carlton, Or.
uped hvas tyee (big chief) and in thirty judgment. Property to be sold.
29
F
H
Storey
vs
The
Grey
Eagle.
J
suns from now you must marry.’
¡Hc.Hiiinville Produce Market.
E Magers for plff. Settled.
“Now Lalawys had lols of spunk in
Reported by L. E. Walker.
31
Newberg
Milling
Co
vs
The
Grey
her backbone, and answered back like a
Eagle. Ramsey & Fenton tor plff. Set­ Oats......................... .............
15@18
gal oughter. ‘Never!’ sez she. a plantin'
Wheat ..................
38
tled.
her little mockasined foot on the ground ;
Butter
40
32
RS
Goodrich
vs
The
Anita.
J
H
her black eyes a snappin’. I’ll die first.
Eggs..................... .................. 12)¿ @16
Chickens .............. .............. $200@2 60
I don’t love Waduped, fur my heart’s in Flower for plff. Continued.
33 Max J Brandenstein vs CM Weed. Turkeys
............
8c a 9.
the keepin’ uv another.’ ‘Wbati’sez
Ducks.....................
$3.50
he, mighty s’prised, ‘You in love? Who Irvine & Coshow for plff, W T Vinton Potatoes.................. ............
20
for
deft.
Demurrer
overruled.
Judg
­
is the man? Tell me quick.’ And he
Dressed Hogs ....
ment
for
plff
as
demanded
in
complaint.
Veal................... ....................
4
laid his hand on her shoulder; not very
34 Thos Charman & Son vs S W Cun­
RETAIL market .
easy, either.
$6.50
“That made Lalawys as mad as a wet ningham. Oneill, Hedges, Thompson & Titnothv hay........... ..................
Oats and cheat .
$5
hen, and she spit it right out: ‘Winum­ Griffith for plff. Continued.
35 Martha E Prettyman vs Jesse Baled Straw.......... ................ $3@$3.50
snoot, your slave,’ sez she.
Mixed Chop........... ..............
$15.50
“ ‘What!’ hesez, ‘Winumsnootthe stink Hobson et al. Irvine & Coshow and Wheat Chop........... ................
$18
cat uv the Kalamaths? O-ho, little gal, Blackburn & Somers for plfl'. Default Shorts......................
$14
$18
my eyes are now opened. So that wuz and judgment. Attached property or­ Middlings.............. ................
Bran
.....................
$12
the reason you and him rode behind on dered sold.
L. E. Walker wil buy all your pro-
36 Meier & Frank vs B E Harris. Ir­ duce, paving the highest price in cash
the way to the council ground. Makin’
vine & Coshow for plff. Default and the market will justify. He will sell
love.
“ ‘Yes sir,’ sed she,as proud as a lucifer, judgment. Order to sell attached prop­ you flour, feed, hav, oats, field and gar-
den seeds as cheap as anv other dealer.
makin’ love. Ever since I wuz a little erty.
D street south of First National Bank.
37
Arley
Armstrong
vs
John
Bradley.
gal I’ve loved Winumsnoot, and I
He also carries a full line of Graham in
wouldn’t give him up fur a dozen Wadu- Ramsey & Fenton for plff. Continued small sacks, buckwheat, corn meal,
wheatlets.etc.
pending injunction.
peds.’
38 Nancy Robertson vs D S Holman
“That made the ole man madder’n
ever. ‘A bad heart you have, Lalawys, etal. Ramsey & Fenton for plff. Set­
a bad heart. But it shall never be. Wi­ tled.
39 W R Derby vs A P Fletcher et al. When Baby was sick, we gave her Castoria,
numsnoot dies this sun.’ And, a shak-
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria,
Irvine
& Coshow for plff. Settled.
in’ like a man with the buck ager, he
40 W II Barber vs Oliver Orton. Ram­ When she became Mise, she clung to Castoria,
lifted the skin door of the tepee, and
tole the drummer to sound the war drum. sey & Fenton for plff. Default and judg­ When she had Children, she gave them Castoria,
“As the tones uv the big drum sound­ ment.
ed fast and furious, there came a runnin’,
42 Martin & Houck vs A T Savage.
Winumsnoot among ’em, young men, ole W T Vinton for plff. Settled.
43 PA Bates vs John D Shearer et al.
men, women and children. ‘Seize that
Laud tor Sale.
man,’sed Elkin to the bucks; and he Ramsey & Fenton for plff. Default and
400 acres of land near Whiteson. 200
pointed at Winumsnoot ‘He’s a snake judgment Order to sell property.
acres under plow, balance pasture and
young fir timber, 3 dwellings, 3 barns, 2
in the grass. He has a bad heart, and Argued.
46 Burns & Daniels vs G J ghadden orchards and 12 acres in hops. Situated
this sun shall his ashes be scattered to
tietween 2 R. R.s. Price $20 per acre.
et ux. Irvine & Coshow for plff. De­ Easy terms. This is a snap. Address
the winds.’
“Now Winumsnoot, if he wuz a slave, fault and judgment.
S heridan L and Co.
47 L Bettman vs Wm Willis et al.
wuz a fav’rite, and the other fellers hated
For Trade.
to lay hold uv him. Seein’ this, the ole Ramsey & Fenton for plff. Default and
A good double circular water power
man wuz awful durned mad, and yelled judgment. Order to sell attached prop­ sawmill, with planer, edger and cut-off
out like a steer a bawlin’: ‘Dogs! do as I erty.
saws, and is driven by 2 turbine water
tell you. You haint got the spunk of a
48 A M Tillery vs Meirit Tillery. wheels. 1000 acres of timber land, 2
dwellings, 2 barns, 3 yoke of oxen and
grasshopper.’ No Injun likes to be Ramsey & Fenton for plff. Settled.
logging outfit complete, including 800,000
called a dog—fur they think it a dis­
50 Aaron Thorn vs J W Shelton. Ir­ feet of logs in stream and pond at the
grace—and soon Winumsnoot wuz bound vine & Coshow for plff. Settled.
mill. Logs can be floated on this stream
to a saplin’, with a pile of brush around
52 Ruth L Hayes as administratrix for 15 miles. This mill is situated 9 miles
west of Sheridan on a good level road.
him. All this time he wuz as cool as a vs Julia and Wesley Tustin. Ramsey & Sold
over 800,000 feet of lumber last
cucumber. Not a muscle moved. If he Fenton for plff. Judgment as per stipu­ vear. Trice $7,500, no incumbrance.
wuz s’prised he never showed it.
Will trade for land. Address,
lation.
S heridan L and Co.
“As the order wuz given to set the fire
53 Wallace & Walker vs Delia Kel­
a-goin’, flap! went the tepee door, and lett. Continued for service on W S Kel­
Prof. A. M. Sanders will open the fall
out comes Lalawys, with cheeks as red lett.
as fire, with a long-bladed knife in her
5 Dorothy F Wright vb Edw Pool et term of La Creole Academy at Dallas
hand. ‘Stand back!’sez she, a runnin’ al. Ramsey & Fenton for plff; Vinton, next Monday.
into the crowd that scattered right and McCain and Magers for deft. Judgment
Mrs. E. E. Davis, of San Miguel, Cal.,
left, ‘you are cowards. I’ll take a hand as per report of referee.
says: “I am trying in a measure to re­
in this.’ And with a stroke uv the
8 Thos W Perry vs Buckingham &
pay the manufacturers of Chamberlain’s
knife she cut the cords. Then, with her Goodrich. Jas McCain and Spencer &
Cough Remedy for the great good their
little arms, brown and soft, thrown Talmage for plff; Ramsey & Fenton for
remedy has done me. For years I was a
around Winumsnoot’s neck, with eyes a deft. Default and judgment with order great sufferer from weak lungs and bron­
shinin’ like stars, she turned to the ole to sell attached property.
chial asthma. My rest at night was dis­
9 Bedwell & Co vs HC Morgan. Ram­ turbed by a hacking cough, bo that I felt
man, and said: ‘Father, shame on you;
some day you’ll be sorry fur this. As I sey & Fenton for plff. Default aud judg­ miserable the greater part of the time.
tole you afore, I love your slave; and if ment with order to sell attached proper­ Many remedies recommended by friends
were tried, none of which proved suita­
he dies we both die;’ and, womanlike, ty-
ble to my case. I did not experience any
10 Jones & Smith vs W II Clark et beneficial results until I began taking
she fell a weepin’ on Winumsnoot’s
Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy. After
breast.
ux. J E Magers for plff. Non suit.
30 Benjamin Stark vs Alonzo John­ two hotties of the large size have been
“The ole man must have been touched,
used I am pleased to state, my health is
fur he said: ‘Go! fur this day the stink son. S B Huston for plff. Continued. better than it has been for years. The
cat is safe, but to-morrer he dies,’ and
41 A J Apperson vs W L Qualey et soreness has left my lungs and chest and
gathering bis blanket round him, he al. Irvine & Cogbow for plff. Continued. 1 can breath easily. It has done me so
walked back to the tepee as stiff as a
51 CG Wallin vs G J Shadden. M much good that I want all who are suff­
ering from lung troubles, as I was, to
ramrod.
D L Rhodes for plff. Default and judg­ give it a trial. For saie by 8. Howorth
“That night, after the village wuz ment.
& Co., druggists,
THAT GRINNING SKILL.
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LAST YEAR
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And we are not rich yet. It’s all because we are satisfied with small
profits. Our prices prove that. We carry everything in the drug line, from
the smallest pill to a barrel of sulphur. Also Brushes, Combe, Toilet
Articles and Perfumery.
ROGERS BROS.
DRUGCISTS.
Heads The Procession
WALLACE & WALKER are selling lots of
groceries this year. They have given their
customers good satisfaction. They will have
a heavy trade the present fall and winter.
GROCEflIES SOLD CHEAP
Not cheap groceries sold, but high-grade
groceries sold cheaply. We ask people who
are not trading with us, to give us a trial.
We know we can suit you. Better try us.
PEOPLE ALWAYS BUY
Groceries with two things iu mind. First,
the quality of the goods, then the price. We
keep this in mind when we buy our stock. It
be-. »fits you when you buy of us. Try us.
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WALLACE & WALKER, GROCERS.
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A Sight
That uiill Open your Eyes
uiith Admiration
Our Necu Stoek
Fall and
Winter....
CLOTHING
ARRIVING DAILY.
Purchased Direct
By Personal Inspection
No Shoddy
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KAY & TODD
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BURNS & DANIELS-
Have an immense stock of furniture. They
have to keep a big stock, because they have a large
territory to supply. Prices on everything in our
store are surprisingly cheap just now. If you
want proof of this, come in and price the goods.
WALL PAPER.
UNDERTAKER’S SUPPLIES.
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