The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, February 10, 1888, Image 2

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WEST SIDE TELEPHONE,
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1'iflh dividend—5677 lbs of i house there appears to be a get era'.1
as
dices«?, $709.63 gross proceeds, $56,* 'desire to make liberal appropria- i
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’
tions
fol
’
the
erection
of
public
,
77
gross
expenses,
$052.80
net
pro*
I
The Official Democratic Paper.
The eyes are always in sympathy with
I buildings in all portions of the body, and afford an excellent Index
cceds
Publisher.
Sixth dividend—5233 lbs of ! tho country. After an interesting of its comlition. When the eyes become
M. L.HEA.TTL
-, D n A.-.»m» Vnv n. K rat» CamllM.
weak, and the lids iniiumed and sore, it
cheese, “ 654.12 gross proceeds, $52.- i discussion the Lili giving the widow , is an evidence that tho system has
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W M IsriLi.i, I' iuiiay Feb 19, 1838.
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33 gross expenses, $601.79 net pro­ I of Gen. John. A. Logan a pension oi ! become disordered by Scrofula, for
vari U- L. i
* *v‘.‘, (fied th” swlit
which Ayer's Sarsaparilla is tho best
I $2,000 a year passed the senate
ceeds.
r
iS'L..«‘kJ 1-ured IH.
The
Qualities Substantialy
known
remedy.
IS STILL CRYING.
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'
».mornr.ll.Oi.rl’l-»'
Total—41378 lbs of cheese, $4479.- j by a vol ■ of .55 to 1, and the bill in-1
Scrofula, which produced a painful in­
I ereasin;; the pension of the widow < f
new Fail
flammation in my eyes, caused me much
i
The Reporter of.this city should 29 gross proceeds, $413,78 gross
suffering
for a number of years, lly the
traded » dis
Gen. Frank. 1'. l’lair to the same
e.«pen<es,
$4065.51
net
proceeds.
udvi«j« of a physician 1 commenced taking
n-.e for .wan«. £.ra.a 0'0 <“• •!» y'»"
be printed in red ink.
It would
rir.ee I w-i< tr.yi»"
is now on exhibition.
I
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. After using this
Average No. lbs of milk for lb amount, was also passed by tiro same medicine
xu&ke it diifie«’ i f. r mo to wu h. Huvh.l
a short time I was completely
then correspond to the bloody shirt
advertised lay . S. S. In K'.y P-M ’ -r iorscver 4
..
i
i
v.o
a
’
ld
try
it
n».»<
<•*
“
vote.
j( ars, I c -n I
. thè rr.c-’.ca;'’. I
Cured
matter which appears in every is- cheese 10.03 lbs; average net »price
there w.oJ a
. lUig to ilirectioM
Our Qualities.
I
commene» 'I
Senator Munderson’s “ Grand
for
lb
of
«
heese
9.82
or
nearly
10
My eyes are now in a splendid condi­
■s. I ».»asonceat i
sue. In the last issue it made a
1 ft, I ni’.ilied <!•>
tion, anti I am as well and strong as ever.
We
aro
prepared
to
offer
tlm
very
liighesr
grades
of
texture
to
U
ill
Army
”
pencil
bill,
which
has
e:
aoy rotaia
—Mrs. William Gage, Concord, N. II.
• e rperlc.a.'tng tho
Statement which only a ‘’natural cents.
forded at th«’ price tjnd we confidently believe that on this point y “I
am s iil iicd vltù
been shaped so as to avoid the ob­
For a number of yoar3 I was troubled
S.
M.
K
nowlton , Proprietor.
f
«
Uhi
yr.
“
.r»
’ f
born fool” would make. It was tc
with a humor in my eyes, and was unable
without competition, we urge a critical examination of these goodi, I
11.i can KO to
jectionable
features
of
the
depen
­
F. IL W ino , Cheese-maker.
to obtain any relief until I commenced
su'-y f d «< t »P ftom ai«
the effect that .Benedict Arnolift
.,5
vif.ii«
>
t
Kiiy
kicon-
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla. This medi­
Styles.
I
dent pensions bill, vetoed by the using
yeti Ih-'' wKnuUt solitai*»
cine lias effected a complete cure, and I
•rime was no greater than Lamar’s
They show for themselvo that they tire the latest and noblest. EVer, I
,:>;r F Wrx-h’.llt
A»<-nu.’. Oica-ro,
believe it to be tho best of blood puri­
president, has Leon unanimously
vn. erd.ite <-r J:
HS., m r.U J : ld»cul
Lamar has undoubtedly buried tlu
fiers.— C. E. Upton, Nashua, N. II.
body wants Fashionable Clothing to keep abreast with tho mode/1
IljTiyiCiiy to tl. :.;«k von f« r '.i«c eure I
approved by the senate committee
From childhood, and until with a few
(Freni Our Ii<‘g:ildr(’«ir:»s|>omlent.)
hatchet, but as long as ink runs th«
costs
our patrons nothing to do so.
I
tixe'.*! Ä v.yiA’Ve.o casü < f h-».<4 JW.»i «n
months,
I
have
been
afflicted
with
Weak
on pensions, and there is every in­
lug about
*'•»«» 8po. llisi.-.g
,'o.ir
ami Sore Eyes. I have used for these
Lidi« ine, I wrnt t > «n ilni? H<
'2
bloody shirt will never be buried
W ashington , Jan. 30, 1888.
Our
dication that it will pass both complaints, with beneficial results,
rreca-ation ot : i ! j uwn, v.hich ho ta.d
in the Reporter office. There is no
Both branches of congress took a Houses.
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, and consider it a
We aro determined not to be undersold and we aro equaly deteraij
»■■.r.i.'irr. Iu«‘l s v
1 • • »<*«
great blood purifier. — Mrs. C. Phillips,
ard rrew vrorsc ah Iho time. At
1. t
doubt if tho United States sennte lay off last week neither thesenat«
ed that no such bargains shall be obtained elsewhere as wc offer, tbi,
- < ■:
■ -1 "« « vure. 1 nn. a
Glover, Vt.
fr , .iw... Ijl'l
Ibut ».rar l.u-a.c:«« « “J
had been left to act on the nomina­ nor the bouse of represenatives were WHY I PREFER YAMIIILL
I suffered for a year with infl.'imma-
means low prices to all who come.
cu:...t I. m. I -•
m ’•“« ’ ;c dr',.-’-
.
m !
....■*!r':’' 1 -i*“-.
IÖ*
tion in my left eye. %Jireo ulcers formed
COUNTY TO ANY OTHER
tion of Lamar without outside parti li session S itur I ty. Tais act was
•
‘
Special attention is called to our new line of Furnishing Goods, Hats,
on the ball, depriving me of sight, and
r ,■ - im :
1 ‘
ml«’ •
LnJt ' r -
: . to J ■ •-■•’ ’ l-u'f
ni
IN THE UNION,
causing great pain. After trying many
Caps.
Gloves, Trunks, Valises etc. etc.
pressure, that nearly, if not quite not necessarily the result of laziness
other reinedies^o no purpose, I was final­
you x1.’, ior Cke bcuetit dtriveu frcm your
jDEi’ETsri?
SO x « tdat
ly induced to use Ayer’s Sarsaparilla.
•all, of the republican senators h iwever, the real work of congress
11 Ur. J. N. Chenev, n prominent piiysk lon,
February 10, 1888.
would have voted for his confirma­ is done in the committee rooms you
resitiluF In E la» iile, Scbley ' ouut.v. Gtorjia,
By Taking
Entire satisfaction always guaranteed. We are also agents for th
In ul -.ter reuouutin? f- i'.n.' .oio suc«_.’.'.4
K d . T elephone :—By request I three bottles of this medicine I have been
•
tion. The confirmation was haileii know, and the congressional com­
BROWNSVILLE WOOLEN MILLS carrying a full lineoftheir
ca.S'-s Li Ms cxteusB’ü j
.co,
entirely cured. My sight has been re­
“Ti-ose who kuow tho alnio-’t lneviu.o.o,
by the republican press with u mittees are always at work, wlieth now proceed to give you that short stored, and there is no sign of inflamma­
Metis’ Youths’ and Boys’ Clothing, Blankets and Flannels, these goodi
p.-r:. -ipfi.’.iy d;-.: t”cr,,us eNe is of u.ercurjr
tion, sore, or ulcer in m.v eye.— Kendal
vdil weivome y. «i.r doxovviy of
»«. u. aß a
are so well and so favorably known that further comment is useleu
b ->< n to humunity. The nie<ic;.l pro les? Ion,
great outburst of bad english whit b •r congress is in session or taking a article on the reasons, if I had any. T. Bowen, Sugar Tree liidge, Ohio.
r..-r..rs vrxry ut prupnefory nu< ¡ein« s, iS
they simplv have no equal. Remember our motto, —[TIIE BEST
< « jii L.--in s me ca.-« s f-ci: v'.ly,
daughter, ten years old, was afflict­
would sicken a dog, and which holiday.
why I would rather live in Yamhi 1 ed My
t dho U -' uf 3. S. a. i’l CM.-’CS l.‘I l’l'.HKl l'.iS-
with Scrofulous Sore Eyes. During
GOODS FOR THE LEAST MONEY.]—
Of enurse a mcdlcine tliac cuö 'S
turned more votes to the democra­
I will give you a resume of what county, Oregon, than in any of tie the last two years she never saw light of
In It war t form laust purify t ¡19
BISHOP & KAY.
f dfsorder.”
any kind. ‘Physicians of the highest
:- j . ’. 3k!n D'-ense3:;ir.'.ua
tic party than any one thing which h is been done during the week by
standing exerted their skill, but with no
The Clothiers and Furnishing Goods Men of Yamhill.
.
middle or western states. The first
TilEbr.’iFf ErKciru’ Co..
Sermanent success. On the recommen-
Drawer-e, Atlant», Ga.
has been done in several years. m ntioning the subject of bills which
ation
of
a
friend
I
purchased
a
bottle
of
For Sale 1 y IL rir? A Ti «L.
Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, which my daughter
The confirmation of Lamar by th« t io committees have had under con­ and best and grand reason is, as a
commenced taking. Before she had used
senate is a triumph of the peaceful sideration. They include the bill ap­ farmer, that when I sow, I exptbt the third bottle her sight was restored.
Iler cure is complete. — W. E. Suther­
and progressive clement of the propriating money for the relief of to reap, having been a farmer in land,
You want any thing In the I'm« 0(
Evangelist, Shelby City, Ky. tt
Country, (into which the Reporter the union national bank of Louisans, the cotmty sinco. 18.52, had my
Ayer
’
s
Sarsaparilla,
vines not enter), over the loud the senate Lili for a bridge over the crops of wheat frozen out in 1856. Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
^southed wreckers who have hoist­ Missouri River nt St. Charles, and but resowed it again on March 17, Bold by all DruggiaU. Price fl; six bottle«, *5.
ed the bloody uliirt (into which the the house bill for a bridge over the
on the same land without plow­
Reporter enters) ami are bent on same river at Jefforson City ; the
< all at tho office of the WEST
THE OXLY NATIONAL STANDARD
SIDE TELEPHONE. We
involving the country in a renewal Dunn free ship bill; Indians bills; ing again, reaped 35 bushels to the
will guarantee you
of the sectional hatred which has Pacific railroad matters ; tho bill to acre from the same; froze out again
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE.
been buried by the true patriots of repair the ship Hartford by an ap­ in 1884 resowed tho same land
Containing Over Tvveiily Thonsantl BEST WORK, LOWEST PRICES.
A 8
both sections.
Wo make a specialty ol Fine
propriation of $175,000; the bill ac­ without ♦ plowing in March and
Train» for tlic Kast leave Ash St. wharf
Articles on Prominent People.
After Forty years’
every
day
at
12:30
A.
M.
and
1:15
P.
M.
experience
in
tho
*
’
À
’
«
1
•»jwrwu
’
w
iu
*«•
cepting
an
invitaion
from
the
French
reaped 30 bushels to the acre;
UV.b-.H preparation of moro
FARMERS READ.
Attached to the 1:15 p m train are through
• bi n vi Ono Hundred
Tîiirwlrml
------ —* ' than
Republic to participate in the Paris sow my oats in the fall, had one
Pullman Sleeping Cars to^Council‘Bluffs
This standard work is the only
3 Thousand applications f«-r patents in
'I tho United
; and Forcicn coun­
and
St Paul.
National Cyclopaedia of Biography
tries, the publishers of tho Scientific
The following tabic gives the celebration ; a deficiency bill in be­ crop freezo out in 15 years, then
Attached to the 12:30 a m train is the
American continne to net as solicitors
for patents, caveats, trado-marks, copy­
Walla Walla A: I Myton Sleeper, which can in this country, and worthy to rank
THE
aa verage price of wool per pound half of the signal service; civil ser­
rights, etc., for the United States, and
be boarded at East Portland station any­ with the great national works of its
resowed in the spring without re­ to obtain patents
in Canada, England, France,
vice reform suggestions, and last be­
time after 8 n m
.'for each year since 1821:
Germany, and all other countries Their experi­
ence is uuoqualed and thvir facilitioa are unsur­
Trains arrive at 2:45 and 7:45 p m every kind in the Old World, now being
cts cause most important, tho long ex­ plowing and raised a fine crop. I passed.
ctfl
dav.
prepared in England, Germany and
Drawings and specifications prepared and filed
in tho Patent Office on short notice. Terms very
The company reserve the right to Belgium. No name eminent in lit-
have sowed wheat since I have reasonable.
1824 ..... .........70 1856.... ........ GO pected tariff measure.
No charge for examination of models
charii
’
e
steamers
or
.-ailing
days,
drawing-’«. Advice by mail free.
L82f . ... ........ 60 1857.... .........GO
When the tariff bill gets to the been in the territory and state or Patent
s obtained through Munn AOo.are noticed
TO ASTORIA,-Str. R R Thompson ‘erfl^ire, art, music, science or in­
inthe SCIBM’IFIC AMERICAX. which has
1826 .... ........ 52 1858.... .........55 house, the fun of the session will be­
leaves Ash st wharf every Monday Wed vention will be om tted. Sold only
the largest circulation and is tho most influential
every
month
in
the
year
and
rais
­
newspaper
of
its
kind
published
in
the
world.
1827 .... .........44 1859 ... ......... GO
and Saturday at 11:30 p. m. U S Mail by subscription.
The advantagos of each a notxco every patentee
steamer leaves Ash st. daily, except Sun­
1828 .. .. ........ 48 1860.... .........GO gin. The action of the president on ed a good crop. One other reason understands.
This largo and splendidly illustrated newspaper
W. W. BECK. Agent.
day, at (» a. in., for Astoria.
is published WEEK.I/> at $3.00 a year, and is
1829 .... .........55 1861.... ......... 47 the subject and the position taken
admitted
to
bo
tho
best
paper
devoted
to
science,
’ TO DALLES AND CASCADES,
is
that
we
can
raise
plenty
of
fine
mechanics, inventions, engineering works, and
1830 .... ....70 1862.... ......... 57 by the“ tariff for revenue only” ele­
Leave Ash st. at 6 a. in., except Sun­
other departments of industrial progress, pub­
in any country. It contains the names of
CVERLAiW TO CALIFORNIA
183! . .. ......... 75 1863.... ......... 70 ment of the democratic party, roused apples, pairs, plums, prunes and lished
day.
all patontoes and title of every i nvention patented
week. Try it four months for one dollar.
TO OREGON CITY, Dayton and Al
1832 .. . . . . .«N 186-1. ... ......... 75 all the pugnacity that exists in the all kinds of berries in abundance. each
Sold by all newsdealers.
VIA
banv.—Str. leaves Periliml at 7 a. m.
If you havo an invention to patent write to
1833 .. . . ....66 1865.... .........95
Munn A Co., publishers of Scientific American,
Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays, for
souls
of
the
ll<
publicans.
From
all
Every
year
if
we
do
not
have
them
361
Broadway,
New
York
1834 .... ....70 1866.... ........ 60
Handbook about patents mailed fro©.
Dayton and way points. Returning leave Oregon & California R.
1835 .... .... 65 1867[... ........ 61 indications there is to be war to the it is our own fault and not the
Dayton as 6 a. m., Tuesdays, Thursdays
and
Saturdays. For Albany and way
1836 .... ....70 1868.... .........43 knife between the two parties, and country. I wish there was some
And Connections.
points at 6 a. in.. Mondays and Thurs­
1837 ... . ....70 1869.... ......... 40 each will gain every point it can be­ hungry Illinois, Missouri. Iowa,
days. I*» turning, leave Albanv Wednes­
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
1838 ... ....55 1870.... ......... 37 tween now and the nominating con­ Kansas or Nebraskaite in my cel­
days and Saturdays. TICKET OFFICE
1839 .... ....60 1871 ... ......... 46
FIRST ¿OAK STS. A. L. MAXWELL,
lar nt this writing, I could sit by
Timo between
50 ventions.
50 1872
•
Gen. Dass. & Ticket A^ent.
1840
SHOE STORE.
The
republicans
opened
-preten
­
and enjoy myself to see him fill
52 1873
.41
1841
Portland and San Francisco,
1842.... ....48 1874.... ......... 40 tious headquarters here, and pay himself with big red apples, and
39 Hours.
'has revolutionized the world
1843 .... ....36 1875.... ......... 39 about $300 a month for their rooms. another reason is if a man is a lov­
during the last half century
California Express trains run daily
Not least among the wonders
1844 .... ....50 1876.... .........35 They took the house formelv occu­ er of stock, with a little industry
of inventive progress is a method and sys­
BETWEEN PORTLAND and SJIN
1845 .... .........45 1877.... ......... 33
Douse.
Sign,
and
Ornamental
Painter
tem
of
work
that
can be performed all over
FRANCISCO.
1846 ... . ........ 40 1878.... ......... 31 pied by the Chinese legation, and and economy he can winter and
the country without separating the workers
LEAVE.
ARRIVE.
M çM IN N VILLE, OREGON.
from their h.imes. Pay liberal: any one Poithmd 4:00 1’M. I San Fran’ 7:4 ATI.
......... 30 they have plastered its walls with take care of a great deal of stock,
1S47 ... . ........ 47 1879
can d > the work, cither sex. young or old; San Fran'6:30 P M. I Portland 10:10 A M
1848 ... . ........ 45 1880,... ------30 photographs and portraits of their without freezing his hands and toes
no special ability required
Capital not
needed, you are . tarted free Cut this out Local I’a.Msenger Daily, Except Sunday.
1849 .... ........ 42 1881.... .........29 most noted leaders. The democrats and cars off. Building material is Graining,
and return to us and we will semi you free
LEAVE.
4RRIVE.
1850.... ........ 47 1882.... ........ 22
Paper Hanging and
something of great value and im’portanee Portland.. 8:00 A. Ml Eugene... 2:40 P ?»I.
are doing no less work, and the wires plenty and cheap, ami the farmers
50 1881
1851 .
25
Carriage Painting. l<» vou: that will start you in busines which Eugene . .9:00 A. M.lPorltand 3:15 1’ M.
A. DIELSCHNEIDER.
will bring von in more money right, away
1852 . .. . ........ 50 1884.... ........ 26 were long since laid which reach to can build barns, hay sheds, straw
^h;ip. anything else in the world Grund
Pullman
Buffet
Sleepers.
60 1885
1853 .
27 the uttermost parts of tho United sheds and always have plenty to Prompt Attention to Orders from oiittlt free.. A.lilrc- s True A. f<> Auixv.stu
Maine,
EXCURSION SLEEPERS for second class
1854 .... ........ 57 1886.... ......... 32 States.
fill them in the fall, so he can
the Country.
Passengers on nil terough trains FREE
1855 ... . ........ 52 1.887. . . . ......... 32
OF CHARGE
It is understood now that the sen­ sleep comfortablo while the rain
SI-.A
WONDIins
exist
in
tlionsni.flj*
This country has had many tar­ ate district committee will report tlu* is patting gently on the roof, know­
O. &
R. R. Ferry makes connection
of forms, bat are stirpa«-»! by the The
iff systems and the foregoing table bill for prohibition in this district. ing that his fine stock are doing
marvels of invention. Those who with all the regular trains on the East Side
Adniistraters Notice.
Division from foot of F Street
are in need of profitable work that can be
shows the price of wool under all At first it was supposed that the well, and another reason is that Notice i~ lit ruby given that the undersign­ d<«i«e while
living at home should at «nice
—But Drop Into—
ed
has
been,
by
the
county
court
for
Yain-
•en«l
their
a.ldr. i to Hallett A Co . Port
of them.
bill would-be let to remain unact­ we do not have to dig a hole in the
hil county, Oregon, appointed administra­ land. Maine,and receive free full informa­
Went Side Division.
Previous to 1807 the tariff on ed upon, but owing to the recent agi­ ground as a resort from cyclones, tor of the estate of Norris W. Wilson, de­ tion how either sex. of all ages, can earn BETWEEN PORTLAND* CORVALLIS.
All persons having claims against from $5 to C-i.'* pel- «lay and upwards where-
Mail Train.
wool had not been high, and wool tation it lias been deemed best to for which I believe most of the ceased
said estate must present them to me, duly eyer they live
Yon .-.re started free
(DAILY EXCEPT Sl’NBAA‘8)
etied, at the ollice of J E Magers, in ’ aidtal not required, home have made
was sold for a very good price. give the senate an opportunity to act middle and western states are sub­ ve.
M Minnville, Oregon, on or before six over $.’««« in a single day at this work. All .. . tlAVE-
ARRIVE.
Portland 7:30 A. M I Corvallis .12:25 P. M
aueceed.
¡Since the high tariff of 1867 the on the question, although a major­ ject to, but when the long looked months from this date, Jan. 27, 1SS8.
Corvallis 1:30 I’. M. I Port land 6:15 P.M.
(Ji:o, W illis , Administrator.
price of wool steadily decreased un­ ity of committee is adverse to such for showers come in the fall, we J. E M agers Att’y for said estate. 40:43
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
IlEW ARDED are those who read trams of the Oregon Pacific R. R.
Bakery and Grocery,
til 1882, when a portion of the tar­ legislation.
rather enjoy it. for wc go out and
this ami then act; they will find Express Train Daily Except Sunday.
iff was removed, since which time
President Cleveland has now take off our hats and look in the
honorable employment that will »» . ^EAVE-
ARRIVE.
and ­ 4 A0 P. M.IMeMinnvilh s :00P.M.
not take them from their home and Port
famil
the price has been advancing. In I ; been in Washington nearly three direction it is coming, and are not
WHEN
Notice For Publication.
ies The profits are large and sure for McMin villc,'>:|.->A.M.IPortlaml 9:00 A M
K. KOEHLER.
E, p. ROGERS
every industrious person, mav have made
1887 the averago price per pound years, and during all that time, so afraid of being blown off and lodg­
L and O ffice at Oregon City. Or.. I
;
and are now making several hundred dol­
Manager
G. F. A Pass. Agt
January, 21, 1888,1
Hungry and Thirsty. Crockery
was 32 cents. A reduction of the far us is known, he has taken but ed up in the fork of some tree. One Notice is hereby given
lars a month It is easy for anv one to
that the following- ni ixe ?.« and lipwards per day. who is will-
I
wool tariff will surely raise the one walk on the street—a stroll, in other reason is, as a farmer, that named settler has filed notice of his inten­ ill to work, Either sex, old or young; cap­
and Glassware included.
tion to make final proof in support of his
The
Great
company with secretary Fairchild, we are not always in a dread of claim, ami that said proof will be made be­ ital not necde; we start yotn Evertbing
price of wool.
No special ability‘required; von?
fore the county judge or clerk of Tillamook new
reader, can do it ns well as anv one \i rite
one evening last week, from the having our wheat, oats and hay county.
Tillamook Oregon, on Saturday. to
ns
at
for full particular«, which wc
A CHEESE FACTORY WILL white house to west Washing­
Marcli .......
17. lSv\ viz: Barney Broody,home­ mail free. once Address
damaged or spoilt in the time of stead
Stinson A Co Port­
entry, No. 5723, for the N \V l4 see land, Maine.
PAY.
ton ami return.
This event, harvest, although once in a great | T 1 8 R s 'V.
He names ths following witnesses to
A number of jx'ople in this city from its rareness, was of so while wc have rain in harvest. All prove his continuous residence upon, and
Cultivation
said land, vis : E M. Key.’’.
-—When I say tlial
«re talking of investing in a cheese much importance, that the city the wheat oats and hay in Yamhill i M A Keys. of, A.W.
Hall and G W. Chance,
factory. The only question with press gave it conspicuous mention. county last harvest was housed, I all of Tillamook,Tillamook county, Oregon.
40-45
W, T. B ukney . Register.
Caveats, and I rade Marks obtained, and
•them, Is, will it pay. We publish Presidents Grant, Hayes, Garfield sacked and garnered without one
all 1 atent business conducted for MODFR
■VIA THE-------
A 4' F. F E ES < HT R O FFIC E IS OPl’i is FT F
the annual statement of a factory and Arthur were pedestrians, and drop of rain on them. One other
I . S PA 1 l.X I OFFICE. We have no sub
Have the most complete tailor shop on ths
agencie#. all business direct, hence can
in Newboro, Ontario, If it pays in often walked th«» principal streets of grand reason why I would rather j
Notice of Filial Settlement.
transact patent business in less time and Cascade Division’ now completed,
capital,
their
figures
being
familiar
Canada it should pay here. You
live in Yamhill county, than in the Notice i*i hereby given that the undersign- at less cost than those remote from Wash­
Side»
making it the Shortest, Best’
ed has tiled his final account in the county ington. 'end mo,lei. drawing, or photo
will sec that the expenses of man­ to the public, but president Cleve­ middle states, is, when l«ed time i court
of Yamhill county, Oregon, ns execu« with deseription. We advise if patentable
and
Quickest.
not free of charge. Our fee not due till
ufacturing the cheese is only about land, with the above solitary excep­ comes in the summer season, I can i tor of the last will and testament of Aaron or
Payne, deceased, and said court has fixed patent is secured
10 per cent of the value of the tion, has not been seen outside of the go to bed and go to sleep for it is upon
A
book, “How to Obtain Patents,” with The Dining Car lin., Tho Direct Route
Tuesday, March <», ixsS. at 10 o’clock.
m at the court house at Lafayette, in references to actual clients in vour State
No Delays. Faste.t Trains. Low­
rfhite bouse grounds except in bis cool and pleasant, I do not have to ■ | a.
cheese.
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said county, as the time ami plaee’for hear- county, or town, sent free. Address
est Rates to Chicago and all
I
The following is tho annual carriage. Whether this seclusion on get out of doors under some tree ’ in ’ thereof Therefore, all persons inter­
C. A. SNOW & co.
ested in said estate are hereby notified to
pointe East. Tickets »old
statement of Cherry Ridge cheeso the part the chief magistrate of sixty ami fan myself all night for breath . appear at said time and place, to show Opposite Patent Office, Washington. D C
First-Class Workmen Employed!!
to all Prominent Points
cause
if
any
there
be,
why
said
estate
be
factory:
million Americans is duo to a de­ ami feel more tired in the morning not finally settled and said executor dis­
~ throughout the East and Southeast.
Homi- I’rodnce Market.
First dividend—5576 lbs of sire to avoid contact with the com­ than 1 did at night. 1 could multi­ charged.
Through Pullman Drawing Room Sleep­
J ohn H utciicroft . Executor aforesaid.
Corrected for the TnsrHoxc by Baxter A
cheese, $524 gross proceeds, $55.76 mon people, or whether it is for some ply these reasons, but it would F en ion A F bxton , Attorneys
41-45
ing Cars
Reservations can be secured in advance.
gross expenses, $468.24 net pro­ personal reason, your correspondent1 make this article entirely too long, Dated February 1, 1S88. *
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is unable to tel).
ceeds.
there may be other renions called i
To East Bound rassengers.
The present house of represontn- for by some one, if io we will be . Notice of Final Settlement.
Second dividend—7739 lbs of
i Vtcaeful an<l do not make a mistake
but be sure to take the
ake
cheese, $768.68 gross proceeds $87.-’ t ves is very much given to filibus­ ready to give them information at Notice
i
..... . «■•hereby
given that the nnder-
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lias fileil
in tile county court
of S am-
25, gross expenses, $6.81,22 net pro-! tering. it already having been resort­ at any time. Mr. Editor please Mgl' iw d —
Northern Pacific Railroad.
hill county, Oregon.
**’ their final account
.1 ...
as
ceeds.
will anti testament
ed to on three occasions—the last • don’t think that we have aught to, executors of the hist
‘
........ of
„»
Jenr ‘iekets read via
Lydia .1, (‘«»ok. reased.
‘ ami " said court hai»
THIS LINE, st Paul or Minneanol , m
Cheaper Than the Cheapest !
Third dividend—7825 lbs of time under the lead of Mr. Randall, say against any of the middle or fixed u|4»n Tuesday,
March (k 1SSM. at 2
»'«nd changes and », rious delays oe’ea-
o'clock
p.
ni
at
the
ourt
houao
at
lutfa-
•>oned by other routes.
Occa
cheese, $792.27 gross proceeds.$78.- who consumed the time of that body j western states, for we have many vette. in Mid county, as
i the time ami
Through Emigrant Sleeping Cara mo
WILLI1MX & HIBBS.
25 gross expenses, $714.02 net pro­ in frivolous motions to provent the ■ relatives and friends living in Illin­ place for hearing thereof f Therefore all
¡teraons interested are hereby notified
___
to
Mcrchnn Tailor».
ceeds.
passage of a resolution reported by j ois. Iowa. Missouri, Kansas, Ne- appear nt < mimi time and place.
sh DW
, — ami
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cans» if any there be, why said estate l»e
Fourth dividend—3328 lbs of the chairman of the committee on braska and Colorado, for they nre not finally settled and said executors dis-
s\x. KvoWt »¿V.’!, hi’J
ÇV\X\\ Of tho K0«! ‘hînrs of this
cheese, $1030.59 gross proceeds. ptiblic building »nd grounds, to act all tine states for agricultural pro- charged.
m-nrrat nme,. of », c.m„an,. N„ ,
.»Ide
are
sorrowfully
)et
F kktox A F kntox .
A J Arman».
•» li»nd. It i. the only »»f*
»'«•hlnctosM..
»lone on .er-ount of Dyspepsia Acker’s
"
St.,
Attorney s.
$83.28 gross expenses, $947.31 net »part a day for the introduction gress.
C H. Cboc,
Yours Respectfully,
medicine yet made th»t will remove »11
IHspepsia 1 »blets will cure l>vspepsi*
Joint
Fxemtor*
aforesaid
Infantile disorders. It contains na Op»«*
proceeds.
of the bills of his committee In n««'
Indigestion and Constipation; sold* on s
A. J. Nil <>N I Dateti Febn ary ‘ 1. ‘ Ms ? .*
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but glees the child aalvni
Sore
Best
Our
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&
Made. I
and Winter stock ofClotJ
Our
Prices
“WHEN’’
Job Printing
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Book and Card Printing
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