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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 31, 1888)
BOOKS I STATIONERY I ! WEST SIDE TELEPHONE.
Musical Instruments of All
The only house of its kind in th.- county
The McMinnville News Co.
McCall & Perkins,
Proprietors of the—
LOCAL HAPPPENINGS IN ANO
ABOUT THE CITY.
1 tils paper will move Into new quarters
on the first of September. Our ottlce will
then 111- first door voutb of the Braly block.
, During the last year buaineaahas Increas
ed so that more room is required. Call
anil see u. ONE DOOR SOUTH OF THF
A. H. Hodson and family left Monday
tor the coast.
C. Griesen is building a large new
oven in the rear of his store.
Died—Near Carlton, Aug. 30, 1888, of
fever, the wife of J. W. Hutelitroft.
This weekTiiE T elephone indulges in
a large supplement for tlu» benefit of our
Henry Carlin leaves Monday for East
ern Oregon. He will take part in the
fall round up.
A postoffice key with a rc.l velvet rib
bon tied to it can be had at this office bv
paying for this local.
The entrance fee on all articles to be
exhibited at the fair will be 10 per cent,
of the iBt and 2d premiums.
The only authorized edition of Gen.
Sheridan’s life will be issued by next
December. It is reported that publish
ers intend to issue unauthorized editions.
O. O. Hodson has the contract for the
iron roofing oil the Independence Opera
house. The building is 63x100, two stor
ies high. The whole second story will
be devoted to the opera house.
W. A. Howe, the live business man ol
Carlton is building a city hall at that
place. It will be quite a large building
and will contain a stage and dressing
rooms. Mr. Howe intends to makes
town of Carlton if possible.
A young roan is looking around the
city for a suitable place to start a candy
manufacture. We welcome all kinds of
industry in this city and that is about
all. $500 Oin coin put up by the citizens
of this place would bring us a woolen
The Portland hatters say that the Re
publican hat is a pearl plug with pearl
band and the Democratic hat is a pearl
plug with a black band. This question
should be settled as McMinnville people
have the hats but do not know the band
We have added an engraving depart
ment to this paper and in due time art
icles on Yamhill county subjects will
appear illustrated. This addition is not
without an expenditure of time and
money and we hope the public will at
least appreciate our efforts for the ad-
vancetnent of our glorious county.
The City is Being Canvassed fqr S4OSO
Portland wants a horse race between
the Salem and Walla Walla meetings
and the city is now being canvassed for
$4650, the necessary amount. The races
will lie good ones for among the horses
will be the celebrated animals. Little
Joe, Conde, Charles Hilton, Fred Ham
ilton, I’alatina, Ranchero, 8. 8. and Lot
These races if given will be the best
races ever given in the city and will be
run on the square it possible. The fol
lowing is the programme arranged :
First day—2:25 class, trotting race,
$500; one and a half mile running race,
Second day—2:40 class, trotting race,
$600 ; three quarters of a inilp dash hand
icap running race, $250.
Third day—2:30 class, trotting race,
$500; one and one-half mile running
Fourth day—Free-for-all trotting race,
$1000; mile and repeat race, free- for all,
Thursday morning Mart Spencer,
found a fine Holstein calf lying dead,
shot through the heart with a rifle, the
ball entered the neck. The calf was
worth $100 and it is thought the animal
was killed to vent a little spite. A per
son w ho would do this would steal sheep
and ileserves the penitentiary if caught.
Writ, What of II?
From the New York Herald.
The editor of the Pittsburg Leader has
struck what he predicts will proves sen
sation. He spreads it very thin over
four columns of apace until it resembles
* small piece of butter on a iarge piece
He has sent a correspondent id great
expense all the wav to Utah, and made
a discovery which enables him to take
rank at a single leap with tlie world-re
nowned C. Columbus. The discovery is
that the popular and lovely lady of the
White bouse is in some blind, indirect
and faraway manner ret tied to Number
Nineteen, Amelia, one of the wives of
Well, if Brigham weio still alive we
should feel tempted to send him our con
gratulations bv telegraph. To the de
scendents ol Number Nineteen, if any
of them breatue the air of this weary
and wicked world, we profess that we
are profoundly envious of their cousin
ship to the fair and gracious lady in
question. The honor they enjoy is one
which any American would proudly
But what shall be said of that mis-
cbievious and designing partisanship
which seeks to make political capital out
of such a fact? Mr. Cleveland, iu a
campaign like this is fair game. Ham
mer him, make fun of him, scold, fret,
fume at him, pulverize him if you can,
but remember that Mrs. Cleveland is
not running tor office, but is to strongly
entrenched in the affections if the peo
ple that the coward who handles het
name lightly will have his ears nailed to
a lamp post
This is not a good year for gossip.
Jo Ben Lane has been removed from
the Siletz Agency and Mr. D. Gather,
who lie's been Clerk there for two years,
appointed in hia place. The Leader puts
it as follows: "The removal of Mr. Lane
was caused by the trouble in the spring
by the Indians. A government surveyor
ran away w ith a half-breed girl employed
at the agency, and the Indians blamed
the agent lor it. The trouble was fo
mented by persons outside of the agency,
under threats of personal harm by the
Indians. The girl was sent to the school
at Chemawa. Mr. Lane secured an in
vestigation of tbe m-itter by a special
agent of the government. The result of
the investigation was a request for Mr.
Lane's resignation. He went to Wash
ington to vindicate himself, but with no
effect. Mr. Giady, a brother of the fa
mous Georgia editor, is industrial teach
er at the reservation.”
Have been remodeled and are now
prepared to receive grain for grind
ing. Grist grinding a specialty.
Caù Paid fcr Rys, Buckwhal^arley
Flour, Rye flour, and Graham
constantly on hand. All work is
warranted and I intend to gain the
patronage of the public by square
dealing and good work.
F. H. KNUPPEL.
Aug 17 3m
.„'L Miller, of Dallas, was in in the citv
W e are iu receipt of a comp, to the
___ .REDUCTION in meats -----
i amhill county fair.
Umt Beef 5 to 10 cents per pound. Call
( apt. \ analstine the fake is holding
T.’ convinced that the best quality of Astoria
down at present.
Site are always on hand.
J uly 13 tf
Cooper BrookB who has been fishing
I’at lord of the Irish world expects to
on tho Nestucca for Leinenweber came
go to Blaine when lie dies.
out Sunday. On his way out be stopped
John Hartman’s 60 aero field of wheat
and fished for 45 minutes on the Little
went 44 bushels to the acre.
Nestucca and caught 28 fine Salmon
j TOTABY PUBLIC.
trout. They were beauties and averaged
Let's dig up the Rod and Gun Club
15 inches in length and weighed dressed
and have a shooting match.
pounds apiece. Thanks for two fine
Several of our horsemeu take a run
over to Salem every Sunday.
COLLECTION A KENT.
A large amount of wheat is already in
the warehouses at this place.
Died Monday afternoon at 2 o’clock
July 13 tf
near North Yamhill, Mr. H. McKern
Addie Braly had a 90 acre field of oats
aged 76 years. Deceased was father-in-
that went 70 bushels to the acre.
ROAD TO THE MINES.
law of J H. Maddox.
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA
The farmers are through harvest aud
A Wagon Road Will Possibly Be Built
now a little rain would be a blessing,
Into the Mines.
SOUTHERN PACIFIC CO'S
Louis Maddock returned from Astoria
The directors of school district No. 40
and Clatsop Beach Monday morning.
‘•Mr. Walker, an engineer, has re Yamhill Fair Grounds, August 28, 1888.
will receive bids for 16 cords of 4 foot
The herses at the track are worked out
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
turned from an exploring expedition be
meeting are good, that is if one is allowed oak wood, to be delivered at the school
everyday. It is a fine sight to see them.
tween the terminus of the graded but to judge from the amount of work being house grounds in McMinnvile on or Will also furnish sacks on reason
Watermelons aud cholera morbus
unrailed portion of the Oregon Pacific done on the grounds. The track is in about September 25, 1888.
etalk hand in band through the streets
and the Bald Mountain mining very fine condition and improvements
district,” says the Oregon City Courier.
.California Express trains run daily
that it will be as good if not better that
Dr. Loughary of Dallas left this city
"He reports that the distance between any in the state. Stables are all in good
BETWEEN PORTLAND and SAN
Cider Mills at Martin A Sanders.
the railroad and the mines is 28 miles, condition and the society are willing to
cate and practice.
Salem pumps for sale by Mat tin &
Mrs. Ella Reugg has left for Seattle.
You are also notified that I have
Portland ’•¡«’I'M- San Fran’ 7:4 A. M.
AN OFFER OF »800.
over the route he picked out in three fortable for occupants. The horses on Sanders.
San Frail 6:30 1 M. I Portland 10:40 A M She will spend the fall and possibly the
week’s time. He used a one horse car, the grounds are doing fine and we hear
Use “Pioneer" Roast Coffee, at C. erected, and will soon have in run
Local Passenger Dally, Except Sunday.
For the Finest Two-Year-Old in the State to haul the impedimenta on the journey, there are more coming soon. There are Grissen's.
10.22 ning order, by September 1st, 1888.
and but few obstructions of anv accountt six stables of horses on the ground at
Mr. F. W. Redmond has moved his
C. a fine large Grist Mill near my
Portland . 8:00 A. M.IEugene.. 2:10 1
such as fallen trees, were encountered Present, namely Mosser’s, Wood’s, Grissen’s.
19:20 warehouse, and that said mill will
Eugene . .9:00 A. M.IPorltund 3:45 P M. stock of goods into Mr. Adams’ building,
ompkins’ Sawyer’s, Garrison’s, in all
lately occupied by G. E. Detmering.
T. H. Turner, of this city is negotiating
Something new in the way of a potato be thoroughly furnished with the
along the banks ol the Brightenbush. about 30 horses that intend to contest
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
digger at Martin A Sanders.
Saturday, August 8th. James Fletcher for the black Altamont filly owned by Thereafter the cart was abandoned. Mr. for purses.
latest improved Roller Mill ma
TOURIST SLEEPERS for second class will hold an auction sale at his place east
Smoke “Young Ladies’ Cigar”, best chinery, which is warranted to me
Mart Hallet. She is a fine animal, two- Walker, who lias had experience in rail
Passengers on all Express trains.
of this city. Good bargains can be had. years-old and is in our mind the finest road building, believes that a branch
The 0. & C. R. R. Ferry makes connection
If you want a wagon get a Fish Bros. to make as fine flour as is make in
On Thursday, August 23, 48,000 bush two-year-old in Oregon. Mr. Turner has could be built from the Oregon Pacific,
•with ail the regular trains on the East Side
with a grade’of not more than two hun
Warranted not to break, the state.
els of wheat were sold in Pendleton at
Division from foot of F Street
About 3,000 head of Camas i’rairie Martin A Axle.
! 60 cents per bushel. See editorial col She is entered for the Salem and Walla dred feet to the mile. It is a matter of
Snake river cattle will be shipped
Everybody wishing to put in wheat to
West Side Division.
importance that whereas the surface and
If you do not want your wheat to freeze be ground for family use oan do so free
from here during August. Of these some
BETWEEN PORTLAND* CORVALLIS.
F. W. Collard left Saturday for La-
formation, in the Bald Mountain district
market. Messrs. Dan’i McGin- is the best, for sale by Martin A Sanders.
Camas where he will work in the paper
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS)
the igneous disappears, and more primi Omaha
Damon Sawyer’s fine wagonette is
mill, taking charge of the repairing de- A Piece of Twine Tied Around an Arm tive formations appear, in which super ness, Henklemen, Griffin and Marquis
returned from their first run. The ready to carry passengers to all parts of
Portland 7:30 A. M I Corvallis .12:25 P. M. j partment.
ficial ore veins are much more liable to have
cattle brought from $2.25 for cows up to the country at reasonable rates. For
-'1 1 Portland
" i.’ P.
prove true tissue veins.
Mr. L. A. Hoyt of Kansas has rented
$3.60 per 100 lbs., in Omaha for the best : furthor particulars call on Daman Saw
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of the Oregon Pacific R. R.
steers. The Strode cattle from Caldwell 1 yer.
Ilis family arrived singular cause of Dell Baker’s death as
Express Train Daily Except Sunday.
brought $3.00. Yesterday 13 cars of the
Chas. W. Keller, the Jeweler is now
in'the news stand 1
follows: Dell Baker was working in a The Cannery Running only half the time Coe & Carter cattle left hero for Omaha permanently ‘ located
Portland' 4:50 P. M. I McMinnville« :00P.M.
having been bought by C. II. 1’O'0- und
and is prepared to repair anything
Elsie Wright threshed 4212 bushels harvest field, and about ten days ago
—Not many Fish being Caught.
0:02 A. M.
They were fine cattle. < on. Kohra has a chronometer to a turnip, Call and see
oats for A. Braly Tuesday. This is tied a piece of sacking twine tightly
E. P. ROGERS, Agt ! I of
purchased over 2,000 steers and with |)jni while in town.
Ih0 largest run Mr. Wright ever made around his right arm to keep liis shirt
Manager Asst.G. F. A Pass, J
Mr. Cooper Brooks who arrived from Frye will ship 110 to 125 cars from Sho- i
with a machine.
sleeve in its proper place. The string Nestucca Sunday, reports that the can shone. The sales include O. P. John- j Robert Cook the barber, lias a very
Children Cry for
Grain in this county overweighs, retarded the flow of blood in the arm,
son’s, Hutchin’s & Moor’s, Henry Shod neat shop and is a good workman.
j Some wheat has weighed as high aB 68 producing a blood clot, which brought nery at that place is running every other dy’s, Wilson <k Son's Anderson ami Ben When you want a good shave call around.
i pounds to the bushel. Oats as high as on erysipelas, resulting in gangrene. day, the catch being too small for a full nett’s and some other small .'•folds in 15 cents.
Drs. Pietrzycki and Bores were sent for run. There are about 60 men at work this section. Several other Nebraska
Thousands of bushels of apples go to
i 44 pounds to the bushel.
Sunday evening to amputate the arm,
in Yamhill county every year.
A car load of melons will arrive in but the patient was too far gone when at the cannery which is half a force. and Idaho buyers are in the field, and waste
IN BRALY’S BUILDING
But this year Martin A Handers are sell
this city Monday for C. Grissen. They they arrived, and died shortly after.
The 25 boats which are imployed in the Oregon Short line averages from two ing their Buckeye Cider Mills so cheap
Landscape and Flower Painting weie grown in the neighborhood of
catching Salmon catch about 50 each to three trains of stock daily. Prices are that no one having an orchard can af
NORTHERN HOP OUTLOOK.
night. The Little Nestucca is full of still rather low, but better than for two ; ford to be without ono.
Thoroughly and Rapidly Tanirlit Grants Pass and will be delicious.
add xsu sioc ast
fine Salmon trout. There is a great years. Idaho will turn off about $300,- j
The McMinnville Real Estate Co., has
of campers at the beach. Salem 000 worth of beef this month.—Shoshone ! W. P. Johnson, the artist, who for the
the best farm land in Yamhill county Indications are That it Will Be the crowd
last four or five months has been visiting
being represented by about 50 persons Journal.
Largest Ever Known.
for sale. If you want a farm call on
I this city an<l has given satisfaction every
and Portland by about the same number.
Trans—Six lessons for $5,00
them and look over their bargains.
i time, will be here September 10, 11, 12,
McMinnville is well represented and
H obbs —Two till 5 p in
From Seattle papers we learn that the they are enjoying themselves hugely.
and 13, during Fair week. His gallery
Elgie Wright has threshed 20 days and
is over Detmering’s store. Cabinets
i 43,000 bushels of grain has been pushed outlook for an exceedingly large yield of Plenty of clams. Kock oysters, etc. The next Wednesday moiningat nine o’clock | only
$4.00 per. dozen. All other work
I through his machine
The average hops this year is good in that far north strike reported at the cannery is false.
I The report resulted from the actions of a will consist of an address of welcome by i at correspondingly low rates.
I yield per acre was about 38 bushels.
ern section of the United States. Ad
of drunken fishermen who cut a net President Brownson, and an address by I
The Resources of Oregon,
Harv.Henderson left Thursday morn vices from the White and Green river lot
loose which was stretched across the Rev. W. T. Jordan upon the Sunny
ing for the Sound.
He will remain for sections, and from other parts of tbe channel. The men working it were get Side of College Life. Then after a few
some time looking over the conntry. county, are to the effect that the yield ting 35 cents for their fish and the reg minutes spent in getting acquainted, the
All persons wanting a copy of the Be
Several Yamhillers havo the Sound
regular work will begin. Several young som ces of Oregon can get one by calling
will be exceedingly large. Mr. Hart, a ular price was 40 cents.
ladies have engaged rooms in the college I
well-known grower, says the yield intho
building They will be on tbe same at this office. If that is too much trouble
The new office of the T elephone is be
floor as the rooms of President Brown- just write to us giving the name of the
ing neatly fixed up. We move the latter above districts will be the largest ever
son. There is still opportunity for sev person you want it sent to and enclose To attend the 22nd National En
1 Hon. E. C. ItradshAw an old Resilient of
part of this week. When settled call in
eral more young ladies to get rooms.
campment of the Grand Army
THE ONLY NATIONAL STANDARD
two cents in postage and we will mail it
this County Dies of Heart
and see the finest printing office on the
of pickerB as the season is now at hand
for you. This is a valuable book and
of the Republic.
and but few pickers are available. They
should be distributed where it would do
The Burns property was not sold Sat expect to hire much white help, as the
Hon. E. C. Bradshaw formerly of La
Wednesday evening at the resilience the east who would like to come to Ore
urday for the reason that not enough northern Indians who picked last year
was bid for it. Judge Cowls, S. A. Man are afraid of the disease which killed sev
gon just send him a book and the chances
ning and Wm. Holl were the principal eral of their numberlast year. The size suddenly of heart disease at Tire Dalls uniting Miss Anna Belle Young and are that he will come when he sees the
bidders. The highest offer was $1550.
great openings for energy in this great
quality and weight of hops this year is Thursday evening August 23. Mr. Brad
W. J. Crawford. The wedding was
B. C. Tabor, of Salem, has been also very good. Growers will pay $1 sliaw left this county for The Dalls some quiet, only a few intimate friends being Htat'< 01 Oregon. Come and get one be
This standard work is the only in Mrs.
fore they are all gone.
WILL PLACE ON SALE
citv looking over the property in per box.
years ago. He was a lawyer by profes present. The principals in this life ven
National Cyclopaedia of Biography the the
hands of the McMinnville Real Es POINTERS TO PROPERTY OWNERS. sion, was an old and respected citizen of ture are both endowed with a large
in this country, and worthy to rank tate Co. She is well pleased with the
the state and had been a member of the amount of common sense and their suc
with the great national works of its country and will probably settle in this Place Your Property tn the Hand, of a Oregon Legislature. His death was very cess in life we feel ¡ b certain. With best
Having closed out my butcher busi
kind in the Old World, now being
sudden and unexpected being Bick only wishes for the future we remain Tim ness in this city, I request all parties
Reliable Real E.tate Firm.
a few hours. He was 61 years of age T elephone .
prepared in England, Germany and The small-pox patient is improving.
leaves a widow. Mr. Bradshaw’s
A Ring Tournament.
call at once and settle.
Belgium. No name eminent in lit The critical period is passed and the Property owners desiring to sell and
remains were taken to Lafayette for
chances for recovery are good. Tbe
L. C. T riplett .
erature, art, music, science or in persons confined with him are sick, vac should place their property in the bands burial, the funeral service was held Sat
Good to return to October 31et.
vention will lie omt ted. Sold only cination lias taken on all of them, and as of the McMinnville Real Estate Com urday afternoon from the Presbyterian George Kauffman offers to put up the
yet no other case lias broken out.
pany. Strangers coming to our city to church of that place. He leaves a host paraphernalia for a King Tournament to
... i This rate is open to everybody and this
be held on the fair ground during the
W. W. BECK. Agent. ! Chas. Fleming will have the finest col look at property and get prices natural Mr. Bradshaw was born in Mercer fair. It consists of a cross bar upon At this office, 10 cords of wood on back is the routo selected by tlie GAR depart-
lection of productions that ever left the ly call at a real estate office for informa county. Kentucky, October 19, 1827. He which a ring is placed which is to be subscription or front subscription. Bring n,e,,k’ o(, California . Oregon and Washing-
it in as soon aa nossible
sleeping cars allot-
state, by tlie time he leaves for Michigan. tion. There
ed to Territory.
all trains. Tourists
isn’t a day
- - passes but what - , waR a volunteer in the Mexican war.serv- taken off while rtding a lioise at a run, It in as soon aa possinte.
Yamhill will be represented by a young men and
orp . iift.pr
For further particulars call on or address
A and reliable Medicines are the best live energetic man as well as by liar
A D CHARLTON, Assistant Passenger
Missouri and studied law, and was ad a steady eye and good horsemanship.
vJVVX todepend upon. Acker’s Blood El wonderful products.
McMinnville Real Estate Company in to
For further particulars see George Kauff
Wash, street, Portland, Oregon,
ixir has been prescribed for years for all im-
and so popular as to need no special men-
Judge Loughary and Geo. Briedwell search of homes. There are homes for sided and practiced his profession in man.
sale here to suit the rich and poor, but Missouri until 1884, at which time he re
tion. All who have used Electric Bitters I
A Cheeky Thief.
nlons, Syphilitic or Mercurial diseases, it is have been taking a look around the moBt of them yet are in the hands of | moved
sirg the same song of praise.—A purer I
to Lafayette where he resided up
invaluable. For Rheumatism, has no equal. northwest. They have been through private parties. Tbe stranger does not
medicine does not exist and it is guaran-1
Eastern Washington and the Sound feel like stopping every one on the street ! to two years ago.
Io do all that Is claimed
Geo. W. Burt, druggist.
Wednesday night a stranger tried to teed
and are well pleased with the to enquire for property for sale, but gen
Bitters will cure all diseases of the Liver I
steal Jerome Scott’s horse. Mr. Scott and
Kidheeys will remove Pimples. Roils. I
country. They returned Saturday morn erally makes the circuit ot real estate
tied his horse on Third street and went Salt Rheum and other affections caused by I
i offices, if any, and departs saying to Two Race« Filled so far In the Fair to the hotel for his supper
While impure blood,—Will drive Malariafrom the I
Castoria is recommended by physician?
Every paper in tbe state is telling himself, I like tbe countiy and the town
there a fellow untied the horse and at system and prevent as well as cure all Ma- I
for children teething It is a purely veget about the small-pox in McMinnville. but can't find who has the property that
tempted to ride him away but was lariu fevres,—For cure of headache. Con-1
able preparation, its ingredients are pub Thev can now
and Indigestion try Electric Bit- |
I hat the small-pox
What is' ®v*”sb?,'
The three minute class has been filled caught by the deputy marshal and lodg stipation
ters—Entire satisfaction guaranteed, or I
lish ea around each bottle It is pleasant scare is about over and that tlrore wdl ia for sale.
money refunded.—Price SOcts. and$1.Upper I
to the taste and absolutely harmless, i t re i>c but very little hugging in McMinn sooner"the<citiz'ens of McMinnville and the entries are Lady Beach entered by ed in the cooler.
lieves constipation regulates the liowels,
bottle at Rogers &. Todds Drug Store. (6) I
A Test Well.
quietspain, cures diarrhoea and wind colic, ville far some time to come. Vaccina Yamhill county recognize the fact that a j geat.h ; Ketlleman, entered by Dr. 9.
real estate company is necessary to sue- -
yOung; John Gearin, entered by Dr.
allays feverishness, destroys worms, and tion is taking you know.
Bticklen’s Arnica Salve-
__ ana speeuy ramo,
prevents convulsions, soothes the child and
A. J. Smith will sink a test well on
Not all the Chinese are for Harrison _ vnn
have anything to sell, set a price on:“. --
- - ~ - Prince Hambleton, his ground, corner Third and E streets,
gives it refeshing and natural sleep. Cas-
The Best Salve in tbe world for Cuts,
tona is the children's panacea the moth One of the almond-eyed race was ob -, and send it in and we will advertise it entered hy D. Sawyer; Baby fno, enter- to satisfy himself as to what lies under
McMinnville ed by I. C. Moser. The hoises are all the surface. He thinks he can get an Bruises. Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rhouui,
served on ’he stieete to day w,0»""«“ o in '"great shape."
ers' friend, 35 doses, 35 cents.
conspicuous Cleveland and Thurman Real Estate Company’s office in T ele - Yamhill bred horses and are of good inexhaUHtable supply of water at about Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
badge with evident satisfaction and
blood so the race may be locked forward 100 feet down. The well will be 3 inches Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erupt
lh* Children. They sreex l pride He would not tell who paid him PHO* e building.
to as a treat. Th* entries in the mile in diameter an:l will be sunk 200 feet at ions, and positively eures Piles, or nn
V.’ Ç- Ï?" to "4 Managers.
»JVAvrV' pecially liable to sudd?n j or how much.-l’andlaton E. O.
Pay required. It is guaranteed to give
dash are Jim Merritt, Kittv Wells and least before abandoned.
H. L. IlEATn. j
Colds, Coughs, Croup, Whooping Coa^h,
perfect satisfaction, or money refunded,
Lancer D. Langer D, surprised the boy«
The Tn ti’HONE is glad to note the ex-
etc. — We guarantee Acker’s English
price 25 cents per box. RogersATodd.
in the U dash on the 4th ol July, so this
penditare of some of the
Remedy * positive cure. \ It *av'* the
race can also be looked forward to a«
street«. They have needed it bad
hours of anxious watehing. * Sold by I for some
another treat. The little horse is well
time. The council can find
H. C. Edwards ot this city offers to
Geo. W.Burt, Druggist.
I manv «avs to use up the money appro Sunday we learn that the Salem track is able to surprise the county again by his sink a well 75 feet deep for $10, with bis
Mr W. II Morgan, merchant, Lake
well boring machine. Waterworks are City. Fla . was taken with a severe
priated bv Hulery, Lunts, Field", Hop in good condition and that the horses power to stay.
needed bad and it would not be a bad attended with a distressing cough and ™*:|(lMiKalCMrM,
kins & Co., if they only would. I rocrae- generally are doing
■ - fine.
- . None of them
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idea to sink a test well for water He ing into Consumption in its first stages I
I tination is the thief of time.
however show up as fine as the Yamhill
to do it reasonable. Can the town He tried many socalled popular cough I
L Martin shipped a car load of South horses. W» think the reason is that the Place« on the Pacific If Fitted up would offers
•Mow».) nwqi ,¿»3 eq, uajpim.J P«1 “M’ "•‘'LV
subscribe $10 for the well. Give it a remedies aud steadily grew worse Was I
ern Oegon fruit to Helena and Bu te.
I reduced in flesh, hart difficulty in breathing I
Rival Long Branch.
trial it will cost but very little.
’Mxoilx.) o, Sunp jqs ‘W1K aureoaq *qs harm
'Montanna. Tuesday morning, pie car horsemen of Yamhill give considerable
I and was unable to sleep. Fnally tried Dr. |
“•MOWWO jo ; pour) aqs ‘PURO » •’• * -’M* astI.n
¡oad was made tipot choice lots of pears,
King’s New Discovery for f'onsumpion and I
Ilwaca Bench is baginning to be known
"Rjowej j»q sav3 •* bpjs «V«
■ no! « tilum». 1 runes ami nectarines, colts only. John Pender has a fine large
found immediate relief, and alter using I
Fine rooms in the College build
•nd a nice shipment it made, too. See brown two-year old th«* he 1»
throughout Oregon at least if the number
Mr A. J. Smith is around trying to en- aliout a half dozen bottles found himself I j
an ,“ load lots of Southern Oregon and has trotted his mile under three ( of people reported fhere are there. The , those the capitalists ol this city with the well and has had no return of tbe disease I ing for young ladies as well as for
'f^it goinToui bom Ashland to distant minutes Beach, is also driving « very ,
remedy can show so grand alyoun8,nen-
idea that Waterworks will pay. His idea Soother
of cures, as Dr. King’s New Discov-1____ lUYinn 49 Vi I WWW_____
Joints, is indeed encouraging io the nice looking black mare and will un- Pacific Journal says that seveial Sun is to dig a well 50 feet deep with a diam record
to do just I
m7Art 17 fz.avA ’’ E.E.1V
doubtedlv surprise some of the boy» m days the past month there has been fully eter of 8 feet. Then to sink a 12 inch
is claimed for !♦. —Trial bottle free at
the (all races One of the finest looking 10000 people on tl.e beach. One Sunday well some 80 or 100 feet further down. what
Rogers A Todd’« Drug Store
it . „muer» in the vicinity of Cham- animals and also in the best conddion is
Soother at hand. It is the only safe
in Academic Depart-
•“•diems yet made that will remove »11 noeg and Butteville arcdischarg.ng < Im T adv Beach owned bv U m- Galloway of Lon; Bea< h and 400O people were found something as we need water bad.
this city She is a» fine a. silk to use . there
■afantile disorders. It contains no Opi'"»
With our brilliant Oregon
partment $6. a term.
iocky expression and is expected to per-
* AferpMne, but gives tbe shild »aitnu
there is no reason why these
orm wonders this fall on th. V.mhdl climate
from p/tin. Price 25 cents. Sold by
u i “
Term begins Sept. 5th.
summer resort» should not excel our At
W. Burt, druggist.
lively euro all Blood Diseases, purifies the
’ and girls nunntc class. Last weak < '«rk ®r‘
promint nt e i
ia quiet and the gentle Japan cur- ' changed to a 2:41 race. The purse is whole system,and thoroughly builds wpthe I Excellent advantages tn Music.
Golddust trotted a mile under 55. He Pacific
ia looking fine and i» lowering bis record
Send for Catalogne. T O. R kowwsoh ,
of tbe races until September 5, 1888.
, tiful bathing.
Geo. W Burt, druggist.
Children Cry for ¡railroad bands.
eurisko market .
E. E. SELPH,
Portland anil San I’lantisco.
You are hereby no
tified that I have thor
oughly overhauled and
repaire d my 1 a rge
warehouse at McMinn
ville, Oregon, and that
I will store grain on
A liberal patronage
NEW ART STUDIO
H C. BEST, Artist.
G. A. R
PACIFIC R. R.
N. P. R. R.
September 3, 4, and 5,
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