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HILLSBORO, WASHINGTON COUNTY, OREGON, FRIDAY, JUNE 5, 1U03.
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E. II. TO.UUE, I
TTORN EY-AT-LA W,
Rooms 3, 4, 6, ttormui Noea
W. S. HARKETT,' -'
I rrir : Central ft look. BmhbS M '
HESTOS HOW JUS,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. . . f t ;-
IHI.LHiiOHO, OBEOON. Z
llmea: Itmmit sad T. Morr block
JOllJi X. WALL, .
II I LLSItORO, OREGON.
B:iiley. Morgan Block, Room IAS
S. T. LlMtLATEK, . Hi C. M.
IIHYHICIAN AND SURGEON
Uriioi: lit fflnideno, ut of court
Moose, where ha will b found at all o
when not viaitina patient. - - -
J. I. TAxUESlE, A. J '
C P, R. It. SURGEON,.-,...,
HILLS BO HO. U EON,
f l.rina and It Mill xll (71 1 oornar Third
and Main Htreeta. Offlo boon, 8:S0 to IX
a. m., 1 to ft and T to 8 p. w. 'Wbtpbooa to
maidtmou from Rrook A Bete" lrnaton ai
all boom. All nails promptl attend,
nitibt or day.
PLATPtiKMS OP IWi. I Bill Anderson saloon la JSatem. If
r t ?- ' ' I announced a floe fie lunch, and
Tle democrat are preparing lo quit a crowd of tb devotee ol po
make exactly the same kind of lato salad and cold I lewd bora meal
tight they mad In 1892, exactly the aggregated to what th old ec
ma Issue. They aay there can be centric had lo offer, as be had not of
uu compromise on ine lariu question. ,ereu any tree lunches atnee a man
rh quest 11 then arise, can the re-1 orged himself to death on free tur-
publicans go Into (ha campaign vlth I key and Tom aod-Jer ry a few yean
an; prospect of itccat If they coo I ago oo Thanksgiving day.
fled that part of the democratic con
tention U correct? 'Are eampaign
fought and woo on .halfbread creeds?
. To ahow the poaJtioa In which, the
two part lea would find themaelvea In
to ' Governor Cuinuilua' idea it
adopted we quote from Mr. Chaa.
3. Hamlin, of Botor. who w
It waa a hoi surprise, aure enough.
A big dlshpan waa 8 1 led to the brim
with lettuce, cold alaw and other veg
etable with dresdog, and In th
nildst waa a grionlog atull, freeh
from the dissecting room of some
medical college, shreds of flesh baug-
log to the bone, and the partly open
stomach nd bowel truuble. Death
seemed inevitable when doctors and
ail remedies failed. At length I was
luduced to try Electrict Bitters and
the result whs miraculous. I ini
proved at once and now I'm com
pletely recovered." For liver, kid
ney, stotuach and l:ocl troubles,
r.lectrlct B lert is the only medicine,
Only 50i Ui irmitix d by AU
P A. BULKY, M. V.
pHVHICIAN AND 8UBQEON
UIliLM IK) UU, OUEOON.
Ullira Mori(aii-ltnilry Btock, up atatra
rooms 1'.', 13 and 16. Kaaldanoa, H. W.Uor,
Kim Lima and Haaond lUMta
tats Braiars aad liaraaalrklr Healed
Cbamlwrlflin' rin Biliu is an an
tiseptic linlinci, hixI when applied
lo cut-i, l.riii-itii and buror. causes
them to lioitl without maturation ami
much more quickly thon by the usu
al treatment. K.r hmIh by Delta
Drug Store. "
UIVISU I P KILVti. :
. Benj:niii Andrews Id lH'JC and
1900 was, on tln hi in l in-, more
Bryanile tbnu Bryan, lint Audrewa
now throws up bis bauds. Ho sayg
that he was mniakcn in those yean,
and that be has leuounced the leliefs
that ho hel Jthcn. "Froru tliea.lvlr-n
reiorm; lourm, economy in goveru the crowds were concerned. There of the greatest geologista both in this
men , auminihiraiion. i nen ait. t was some talk of having Bill Ander- countrv an. I in Kurmw. .ml n, ,,.!
tlamlln took up the third plank In I son arrestwl . for cruelty to the free ion of the i.rscticil minora of iA,.r
ois jwiinicai creeu an'i gave tils enure lunch fraturnity, bis ad raising mouth do. whom I saw when I hum In nhu
.urmiuu iu - larm roiorm lor me watering e'pertationa that were dis. rs.lo in 18!).l, 1 believed the greatest
purani mviiing iiireign cuuipru-1 appointing to a maddening degree, output of gold were pat. Iam will
uoa to lass Me place or tnat or uo- t he skull la believed to have been lug t. admit that it was an astound
uiniii; wuiiwiimw, wniui. uu wiu, um. 01 1 ucretiMeu convk'i, WHO wa II air utfctke. and that I wu in prtHi
I. a...! lf . i 11. I . l . ... I 3 "
ueiK uiiroyru. b.4uoio air. iurneu over to tue medical at udents and lnexcusble error. InowMieve
iiamuna wonis upon tne suijeci oil and preserved In alcohol
the tariff, as follows:
Assistant Berrelary of the Treasury jaws disclosing the tongue still In the
under President Cleveland. Mr I dead.
tlamlln aooke at the Uamuet J. Tib I Many who aaw the dish were com-
Jen barxiuet reci ntly held in New I pel led to turn away, and run out for
lork.' He gave aa outline of what I fresh air. Constable Lewi going
be called "the great questions of the I home unable to eat his dinner, and
coming r residential content." He losing what he had partaken. Piled
said the first attack should be upon I all around the chefd'oevre were
the foreign policies of the adminstra-1 sandwicben, which the hungriest had
tlon; tt) aecdud upon the treatment not the hardihood to touch, and the
of trusts and monopolies; third, tariff I whole lunch went untested ao tar as
j. f.. a iii. in.
Ornci lloima: 0 a. m. to 4 :30 p. m.
Olli. o in Union llork over Pharmacy
A. II. lit I LET, l. U. S. . v
J ) KPT I. ST.
ILhiiiis 10 and II Morgan-Bailey blk.
Olllco Hourx: 9 lo 12 and t to 4 p. m.
KOBEHT OROVR, OREGON
iWtarti nlal teeth t-fiopriet. Camont
ami Aimilpini niliitga M ci'iilseach. Gold
tilling Iriini II up. Viluliifil air fur paran
Orrma: three doors north of 'Briok
Ntore. OlBue hours from a.m. to4 p. .
I believe the first step should bel
radically, to review our .system of
tarUTUxation I J he end that foreign
competition may come In lo take the I
place of that domestic competition
which i being destroyed. ; Then ,hy
examining the effect of foreign com
petition we shall soon find what ad-
dUtpnalgilntion la needed to con
trol roouopoliea. Meanwhile the I
Federal Government should enforce
the present enormous output of got
Ibis is AnilreN riinftl)n in
1903. And Amire is rlis'ifelinr of
the' uni verity of Nebruika. But
this is a Hrtfi- eoii'c.iiin to make even
there. Bryan's home has loined the
That Threbblag Headache.
Would quickly leave you, If you
used Dr. King's New Life Fills.
Thousands of auffejera have proved
tbclr matchless merit for sick and
nervous headache. Thev make uure
blood and build op your health. Only overwhelming ,,jority of the other
25 cents, money balk If uot cured. "ales ,n renoum ing ami dnnouucing
Hold by All Druggists. Bryan. There are iu more f.jvors
tor nun in nn residence state. On a
Ihaaiherlala's Catle, Chelera atreirrt Bryanile issuH ho would be
aad Diarrhoea Keinedi left 20.000 vots-in Urn rear in an
existing:iaw and provide new leg' Is everywhere recogolxad as the one ele tion in N. inask: in On
fuf Inn n uumi l..r,..n...ll..M ... A.. I I..
. .U....U....,,,, .a u remedy that can always be depended tnat rort of mi Issue ho would un-
wnai. the. ombioalion are doing. upon BUj lhat ,g pint to take. 'It doubtdly te So.oob vots behind the
II Ihe above is to be the democratic UesDeclallv valuable for summer Hi republicans in l!)i)4. Neva.la i.ih.
creed, lo wbarrcct doe it differ .rrhoea In children and I undoubt- only slate, oulaid. f a few In the
irom-'iowa progreasive n puD'iciu-i wiv ihn muna ..r ik. n..- I South, nhu.s .t
a great many children each year,
For aale by Delta Drug Store.
Till? roPDUSTH AND KOOESEVLT,!
h.iI and com
fort for Bryan now, mid the chances
aro that Nevml.i will lo republican
All of this U jho occurnnco of fhe
exneetml ' Thu thimr u h!..l. I.l.b.
The assertion of a prominent Kan- 6n olace is tho v..r n.,.,,, .s.,
aaa populist that he and the greater out of five of the level headed men
portion of his element in his elate n U.e country predicted in IfiOfi
will support Roosevelt in 1904 Is There never was any chsnce for Bry
bothering aome of the democrtic anbim lo snn-e. .!. it
HI ItV ASSEMBLY NO. 2tt,
1K(iUI.AR meeting on Monday even
iiiK of each week at Oddfellows
Hull, Ilillslmrn. Members pleas attend.
Home of our low republicans say
that domestic competition has beer)
destroyed, and that foreign competi
tion, must come In to lake the ulace
ofdtimeBllccbmpedtionaiid that is
exactly what Mr. Hamlin aays.
How are the "progressive republi-
eahs"f lewa to .make a catnpalgn
againstjalr, Hamlin's creed? -
mo Hum iii una niuniry dbk ymt ui uu luurw papers nun was Its atronteHt. If I hern worn to
win oe ror or againxt the lariff as a ' I"puiisis ougnt to uor Most on be a third can vans it would be beat.
" pruutniig American iscto- "" "u me inner repuo- WOrse even than it was In Dm aonmrl
riea and inetr working men. There !' aiaiea ot tne west were diawn canvass. The onl v salvation .
can do no nail-way ground. 'rom mo republican patty. JNow the Bryanilo lies through thn .l,,r r
I. .. a i L I a . . ...I '
iuat uieir party anu tne ISBUes Which rnenfan aM.ition A ....
. . . ... . .... . . I 1 '
oianung (.viurare. prouueeu u are aea it is natural that I trvpll n,t ,n,i s
V u . .t . ... lUn .hiu.U i.,.. I. I .Tcrjr
f inniuiiHiy in great quantity ..um iu luir original other lirvan msn whn want t
la eoneuntly coming tn, declaring Dr ''on. a hereafter. Br u himself will
iving'a ew Uiscovery fnrconsump moreover, me populists or Kansas gtlck to Bryanm until after
JIah . u. .1 I ... . I and sl k nam A., l ll A. I.
uu, ijHfgiis anu coius to oe unequal- ui uiD wrai nave but he will then have to submit to
eu... a recent-expression from T. J. nomer reason lor rtjoiolng the re- the inevitable. It i .n with ail
McFarlan, Beotorvllle, Va. iervrt as publican party. They see that the herents of lost, aud Justly l.t ,M.ies,
exampiisi tie wrtteai -i nad bron- '"puuni-ana in ine past year nave Slaverv'a chamt.iom i.m , - ... tu.i
Tnitia tor tore year and doctored all uon'' mor KB,' " trtiata than hard, but thev died iunt thn un
ine iioie witnout Demg benetltled. uemocrats couia ao in a decade ninho.npinrvri
if they had the whole of tho machi
nery of the government under their I ' lrtrea t Desperation.
control. The democrat talk airalnat I LI vine at an nut of the wrv nlan-
I " J f I
unless you will do this, as Mr. Jones
or Mr Smith wants the place and
will do all those things for blm. It
require all your spare time, so you
get tired trying to ft:rm and move to
tow n. Who dii you rent j our houss
from? You go to some land agent
and 1 e rents you a bouse' for 8
month, and nine times out of ten the
man who owned the farm you have
just left owns the boose you have
Kind editors and readers, think of
this and let I he people corner every
thing else if i hey want to, but give
us tqual rights o i land, uxt that
alone, and our children will have
food when we are gone.
The farmer needs all these so-ealled
combine. Why? Because itgivia
Mm higher prices on produce, on
cattle, hogs, horxos, chickens, eggs,
butter and everything that Is raised
on the rami; In fact everything
that Is handled by 4he farmer. We
need those moneyed men to keep the
wheels of commerce rolling. We
need industry of all kinds. George
V. Klleyof Auttbc, Mo.,6; "Lees
ixiiuomes anu more ou.-lneas men.
row think, good reader, and see If
you can't agree w ith me on this sub.
ject. I say, give us a law that will
protect Our land from being gobbled
up by lazy men. Give us a law
that will protect the weak minded
from disposing of their home aud
leaving their children destitute and
nomeies. ji is a sure thing, we
need tho manufacture!; we need the
porkhouae; wo .need the canning
factory, and every kind of industry
we have. We need all of our Indus
try and mort; we need our moneyed
friend; we need higher prices; we
need good wages, and we need
land to farm, but the day is not far
off when the bo called farmer will
have to pay lor a lot 46 to lay 'bis
bones after he is dead.
Kansas I. T. Interested Header.
the taint of rottenea attaches tu the
party, but all the members of tb
democratic orgaoixitt o are not put
rid and though they have to bold
their nose becauseof the stench, they
do ao with one hand while with the
ot'ier they seek to put the vileness
from them. At a meeting of the
Jackson Democratic Club held in
Kansas City, Mo.. May 251b, resolu
tious were introduced bearing upon
the managemeut of the parly. . For
mer Bepresentatlve Card well, vice
president of the club, was in the
Speak log to the resolutions offered,
Chairman Card well eald:
It is with regret that we find it
necessary to take knowledge of the
rottenness at headquarters. How
ever, our only way to victory is
through defeat. The party boa an
old man of the sea on Its back. We
SEWS VP TUE STATE. ,
.The Coffee Club, auxiliary to the
Cortallis Fire Department, last week
celebrated the 20th, anniversary cf
its organization. -
The- stockmen under the foothills
of the Coast range in Yamhill county
have commenced driving stock Into
the mountains, there to feed on the
range during the summer.
The Northwest Y. M. C. A. ia In
full attendance at their annual con
vention, this year at Gearhard Park
near Astoria. About 90 member
are present 73 or 80 of whom are
delegales from the different parts of
There la aome talk of closing the
lock of the Yamhill river at Lafay
ette. The linnrovment seems not tn
havA rMvnliiHnnlwo.1 Ik. -t- i
can only get safely home again by L, '77
shak.nch.moff There U no gain J J
saying the fact that we are being led UHintM,ni0K tne lock8 1 y
A KtCll'E POK I!EiLf.
Anrrmm Mmttn m rtHrh and r1rrirM.rn m$
nU kj Mrrtiin onr ormtort fr jrhM hr Mi
liiTuttn l pmhnMy flpn.Mt romnwnidft.
tlnnMatrtftlwrHtnttitentliat. llnn1 txmk on Puiji
nl frH. OMvxtt nfw.PT fnf tttwrtnaj aalenta.
I'ajttonrai tAhan throuwh JHunn A waytTt
T pvt rtK
I brail Mtidndm.
mUttitn if .iT th-tftitiilp hmrnal. Trrmv M
9 Pa !
Ill ft lU."'
CASTOR I A
For Infanta and Childreo. '
Be Kind You Have Always Bought
7 ' C&y&fd&fa,:
Iw, tha Jf IN liM Tm Hi imi ta
v o n X AT.
ltaluHi mm timt
Then. I began taking Dr. King's
New Discovery aud a few bottles
wholly cured me." Erpially t ffective
in curing all lung and throat troubles
consumption, pneumonia and grip.
Guaranteed by all druggist. Trial
bottles free, regular sirs 50c and f 1
' 4 ; a MU Last Hope Realized. , s ,
(From the Sentinel. Gebo, Mont.)
In the first opening of Oklahoma
to settlers In 1889 the 'editor of this
paper Wa among the many seekers
afterfortune who made the big race
one fin? day in April. During bis
traveling about and afterwards hi
cjunplog upon hla claim, he encoun
tered much bad water, which, logeth
er with the ever heat, gave him a
very severe diarrhoea which it seem
1 almost ;tmpiMBlble to check, and
atoog iq June the caw became so bad
be expected to die. One day on of
biaiteighbor brought him one small
bottle of Chamberlain' Colic, Cholera
,ud Diorrhoe Beroedy, as a last hope
A Dig dose was given hi in while he
was rolling about on the ground In
great agony, ami in a . few minutes
the dose was repeated. The good ef
fret of the inedh In was mn noticed
and wlikin an. hour the patient was
taking hi flhrt sound sloop Air a fort
night. The on little bottle worked
a complete cure" and tie could pot
h3f but feet rreaiful. The eeason
foe bowel disorder being at hand
ugceat Ihl item. -Fi sale by I VI
la lrug Store.
vtf A JUVI. LtSCH Bt-LIHH.
'ATittleVd. in ih"i SaleinJoornal,
announcing a free lunch nearly caus
ed riot last Friday afternoon at the
the trusts, but they did not attempt remote from civilization, a family b
to do anything a gal net them when often driven to desperation iu case of
they had supreme control of the I accident, resulting in burns, cuts,
government in the early part of wounds, ulcers, etc. Liy in a sup.
Cleveland's second .term. They ply of Bucklcn's Arnica snlve. It'i
would have done nothing against the best on earth. 20c at A'l Drug-
the trust if they had been In power gists.
uninterruptedly until todav. The ...
Inuleranfih. ri.m,... k-. .i. Chamberlain's Stoinnrh and Liver
IUU. . , . .... . .
So do the trusts. laoiets are jus wnai you nerd when
Of course, the nnnullal. nt k".na. y nve no sppelile, feel dull after
and all the rent nl lh ,.f .h. n" walt! ul'
west will shout for Baaiev.lt In I004 ,l,youru,oul"- '' will Improve
On the ereat issues of the d.v. th your appeiue, cu-an and invigorate
' I avAiaaa ctn.ank 1 It L
tariff, the frusta and national M,. you a reusn
Jon. the western Dooulista are n th. ,or our ,oou- or
side of the reuuhlioan nan. .. Drugstore,
ways were. Free silver la as dead aa
rlavory. The Issue of greenbackism
ud federal loans on deposit of farm
stock Is ancient history. There I no
place for the populists ol the prairie
slate lo go now except Into the re
publican party, Colorado. Montana.
Nrbranka and all the reel of the
stale or the mountain and prairie
region which recently shouted for
Ray so are stalwart republican com
mon wealt hi again, and will remain
so. Kansas save 80.000 i.luralliv i
Harrison in 18S3. Her margin for
Roosevel! lo l!)i)4 will be very little.
if at all. belo that mark. (llnl.
Want f all Eiperleare.
Can anything be worse than lo
feel that every minule will beyour
last? . Nuoh was the experience of
MrsS II Mewsnn, Derater, Ala. "For
three years" th write. ! endured
Insufferable pain from Indigestion,
Ao Indian Territory i onesponilent
writes to the St. Ioui Globe-Democrat
touching land monopolies and
combines of 'capital :
Industrial conihine-. aie r.ot out of
place, as we hav i, t enough mon to
do business for u who want to work;
that is, men wit'i i ongh capital ol
their nwn, without pitMing their
and some oilier man's eapitd togelher
We have but one trust that hurts us,
and that is the lund trust. We need
more farmer', but can't' gel them.
Why? Because tlie land monop
olized by a atl nl nen who won')
work and they charge such a rent s
man cannot Unn ibis land and lin
and have the ne-etwurii ,f life
Why? BecaiKc, if j ou don't keepu
the fences around the farm you rent,
barns, gate, roads ami everything
in giKxl hae, the land klngMelli
you be don't want you next year
A young woman who I working
for a living writes The Journal for a
recipe to preserve her beauty, and to
succeed iu life, in the same communi
cation. Well, hero goes, and we are
giving you a beauty receipt. Goto
bed early, and read a good romance
on retiring, that lakes your thoughts
off your business, your fsmily, your
cares, and let you drop into sweet
lleep with your mind freed from the
worries of the day. In not let any
ne provoke you. Let your heart
go out In good wiil toward nil, and
ring the world rur best.. Do not
do drudgery at the shop tint
cheaper hand can do just as wi ll, but
show theiu patinily and kindly
how to do it. E it w list you enjoy
to your heart's content, .but no great
variety, and us plain a possible.
Live on a high plane of conduct, and
with all the faith or a .child. Think
not or the things which perish, hut
ley up thejreasures that endure for
ever good thoughts and good friends
good acts and good impulses, and
you shall be radiant and happy and
posses the youih that perishes not.
Dress beautifully, richly and yet
without affectation. Give your body
all the freedom possible and take
several hours exercise each day in
he open air. Do not listen to mean
things about others and say only
ttood things yonrself. Di not take
long wearing useless bicyle ride or
stand anywhere aud let a stiff wind
blow on you. Use - no stimulant
unless it be a little coffee for break
fast and take a bath every morning,
at least for the hands, face and feet,
in cold water. Cultivate music and
good company, and go to see some
outdoor sports and occasionally a
good play. Keep no diary and do
not worry about the weather or
what other people say about you.
lioth are fqually changeable and
heyond your control. Honor thy
father and mother and be loyal to
those who are dependent upon you
for good behavior.
-The lumber strike Iu Portland
seems to be broken, at least lumber
is avallablo and building Is very
active. All are at work and there
will be no more strike 'till next
claim to political respectability and
it will be the effort of this club.
limited in its sphere, no doubt, to
inaugurate or Join any "good govern
ment", movement' which will etve
promise of porpeluatinir democracy. 8Prln8'- The strike scema to have
though it cost us every mau mention- been riIure.
ed in the official list or the stale com- The farmers around Sheridan are
mlttee, the St. Louis excise commls- forming a 'wool dooI lo be olaced In
sioner's office or the legislature." the Folk county pool. . They exuect
The resolutions following were to have about 100.000 pounds of wool
adopted unanlmouly: In the pool from this place. The
Whereat, it is evident and appar- success of the mohair pool encouraire
enl, in view ol the recent revelations farmers to try their wool In the nonl.
that the leader and those in control
of the machinery of the democratic
party of the great slate of Missouri
have become base and corrupt: that
the administration or the government
of the state i grasped in the clothe
of a debased and conscienceless ring
of rapacious boodlere. who have
trailed the fair name of the state In
the dust of dishonor and shame and
prostiuted their high official capaci
ties for their own selfish gain; have
Gua Thompson, a 10 year old boy,
was arrested In Astoria last Saturday
on suspicion of being Implicated in
the robbery of Victor Bergmann
store at Seaside. Cbas, Boch hia
companion In crime hurriedly left
town before be was arrested. Other
similisr criru!8 are charged to the
A project Is exploiting to build a
sandbagged and blackmailed the var-1 railroad between Junction City In
lous business interests of the state; I lno couuty to Corvallis in Benton,
have put up and hawked and barter I distance of twenty four mile or
ed legislation to the highest bidder perhaps the curves will Increase the
and by their corrupt practices have I length to thirty miles. Local people
robbed and pilfered a long suffer-1 re handling the matter and hope to
ing and liberty-loving people, placing I interest New ork capitalists.
unjust burdens upon those who refuse I
The Aired A. Aya. who on exam
ination last week waa admitted by
the Supreme Court to practice law in
the State Court turns out not to be a
Japanese, but Just a grado Arab. He
is well posted thought and will be
able lo interpret and apply the law
quite as well aa would a Jap.
Tho White Island Seining Com-
to res;iond to their Infamous demands
and to pay tribute to their damnable
and rapacious lusl; and
V heroes. Two honored citizens
or this state, filling high official
position by the grace of the demo
cratic party, viz., the Hon. Edward
O. Crow, attorney general or the
great state or Missouri, have dared
to pcrrorm their awoin duly by I pany ground, near Cathlamet, have
bringing these high criminals to jus- begun operations. The catch has
lice in the race or intimidations and been averaging) so far, half a ton or
threats, and whose untiring efforts fish per day, which leaves quite a
have already born much fruit In fair profit above expenses. The
that direction; therefore, be it catch consists of about half chlnook,
Resolved by the .Jackson club of and the rest blue-back and steel-
Kansas City. That the member of heads. The chlnook bring about
said club heartily indorse the noble five and rIx cent per pound, bluo
course of these courageous men and backs, four cents, and stoel-heads,
urge them on In their glorious efforts three cents per pound.
In clear thn nnllllmtl atmnanhora n
the state and purge the democratic ,Tne!aIem wood market ha been
party of these political, plundering ou,ring 'or two or ,hr''e Thi
pirate and lo read them out or the Hni, tlf prlce : flve do,,ar9 1
democratic party by putting stripe ror fir cord wood out ol big tim.
or Infamy upon their Ignoble banks ber N?w 'hat:hate Ewe county
befitting their nefarious crimes, to monoPoly. the Booth-Kelly Lumber
the end that the state may be lid ol ?Hy . KUe iD, lh" m,rke
this contembtible ring, this "corrupt 0(1 deliver slab-wood at the Salem
crew of crime-committing cormor- lr" 8tatlon tot 1, 95 V
anl: that the black wing of rapine Th? IH8ne yum 8.
and reed that have for a loi.o- time ww'eu "
hovered around our state capitoHikel
so many craven vultures .may be
driven to their hiding places to
return no morr: that honest govern
ment may again prevail - and the
and the woolen mills
said that the company has a million
Jones & Adama will start up their
sawmill on the Neslucca in a short
time. They have secured soma l.V.
"I have been troubled for some
me with indigestion and sour stoiu.
ch,"say Mr Sirah W Curtis, ol
Lee, Ma., "and have been taxing
hamberlain's Stomach ami Liver
fablets which have In I mil me very
ouch ao that now I cm cat many
hlng that before I could not," If
you have any trouble with your
domach why not take I he tablet
nd get well? For mile by IMl
A RErrCK KK(Ortl) IS DESIRED.)
afisaoori has fallen into disrseWnl
hands. Both St. tnii and the state
are given over to corruption and
bribery, giving and receiving I all
but 0n. The city and ttate are
democratic by large majorities, and
state be redeemed from the clutches 000,000 feel or timber and are neeo-
or this Ignomious gang or brigands. Itiating for as much more, and have
purchased a donkey engine to be
usrd in logging. This is the only
piece of machinery of it kind ever
brought lo a Yamhill county logging
camp, and will be quite a novelty.
It is expected to arrive In a few daya.
Mary Francis to Rose Neilson
part of w 4 aes 13 t r 1 w
and other tract f
T W Thompson to C M John
son 117 acre in A Hill d I e .4349
VV A Karnes to 8uss K Tan
ner sec of n J or sec 20 t n
r 3 w
M M Luelliog lo Amber
Thorn burgh lots 6, fi, 7, 8, 9,
10, II, and 12 South Park
add lo Foreat Grove
Thomas I Good in lo A M
Stearns i of o e a 25 t
2 n r 3 w Will Mer
Isaac Hal lo E J Tat ton e or
lot 23 in Cornelius
Lucy L Woodward to John W
Price 2 acres in E Walker d I e
BenJ Andenoo to Clara Dels
man 213 a In sec 20 A 21 tl
J N Hoffman tto Old P Wat
rou lots I A 2 block 8 Foreat
The Umpqua Valley Oil Company,
or Douglas Co., ha abandoned the
1200! old well and will try another. The
old well wa down about 1,700 leel,
and was given up because it wa
practically useless to try to do any
tblrg with ao much lost Iron and
stuff in It which could not bgot out.
A contract ha betn lit to Lloyd
Smith lo dig a new well and he,
with Will Hudson, baa begun opera
tion. The well I to be put down
20,000 feL Everything has had to
be moved but a short distance aa the
new experiment will only be 12 feel
from tb old. All but 3o0 feet of the
iron caslog waa taken out or the oM
well. Mr. Smith la confident that he
will find oil within the 2,000 feel.-.
Myrtle Creek Mail.