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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Dec. 21, 1888)
WEST SIDE TELEPHONE. !»11 the
necessary ingredients of’
■ food for cattle.
”1 In writing these articles I have
the subject as much as
Thö Official Democratic Paper. , j condensed
possible without, I hope, sacrificing
“ perspicuity, and have necessarily
it T. T-Twr. a TTT. — - Fubii.ii.r. been compelled topass over many
; matters of interest in this commu-
nication without mention. Trust-
Mc .h.xNviu.R, hnm.liu-. 21, 18SS in;X> tberefore> that the farmer, of
_ Oregon and Washington territory
I j Zk fl F~
’ "*h have gained an intelligeut idea
ilio ciiLizi/.f «J IT i»c? i 1
i I nn
subject of Ensilage, . nti/1
How Farmers Should Prepare
ically, I will conclude by wishing
them success in the enterprise.
BY A. W. THORMTOX.
OVERLAND TO CALIF0HH1A
SOUTHERN PACIFIC COS
THE MT, SHASTA ROUTE.
Portland and San Francisco,
California Exp.e-s trains run daily
BETWEEN I’OKTI.ASI) and SAN
»• uanci M c »».
I’ortlan I I 00 1’ M I Sail Fran' 7: A M
San Frun'7:4o 1* M. I Portland 10:45 A M
Local J'assrngrr Daily, Kxcrpt Sunday.
Th best of music will be furnish
ed. Everybody invited to attend.
Portland 8:00 A. M ¡Eugene.. 2:10 P M
Eugene . .9:00 A. M I Porltand 3:45 P M.
Pullman Buffet Sleepers.
Experiments have resently been
In my former articles I have
TOURIST SLEEPERS for second clas>
Passengers on all Express trains.
spoken of corn fodder as the crop
Die O. & C. R. R. Ferry makes connection
utilized by ensiloing. I <lo so be new melinite shell which proves it
with all the regular trains on the East Side
cause Mr.' Goffart’s experiments to be a most terrific instrument of
The guns ' are Has the most complete stock of harness Division from foot of F Street
were made chiefly with that crop, modern warfare.
system of in the county. At present 12 set of sin BETWEEN West
and also because in the United
PORTLAND & CORVALLIS.
gle harness, hand made, in prices
States “corn Las long been king”
ranging from $12 to $30, and 8
(DAILY EXCEPT SUNDAYS)
and has been used more largely as about 600 yards. They are mount-
set of team harness as cheap
an Ensilage crop than any other, I ed so as to be fired from any angle
port'aml 7:30 A. M I Corvallis .12:25 P. M.
Corvallis 1:30 P. M I Portland 6:15 P. M
but we are I
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
‘the 1.,onzon- The projectiles Can be seen on the hooks in my shop.
that crop, I f do not deny that in abovt
competent workmen employed trains of the Oregon Pacilic R. R.
n corn country green sugar corn is are
!l of two kinds : an ordinary shell, to I do have
all kinds of repairing and to make Express Train Daily Except Sunday.
by far the best crop for the pur weighing about 220 pounds and ! any harness ordered I also keep a fill!
of oil and rubber robes, lap robes, i’ortland 4:50 P. M.iMcMinnvillcK:00P.M.
It should be planted in
McMin’ville5:45A.M.¡Portland 9:00 A. M.
drills two or three feet apart, with linite shell. The latter is about 3 extras for repairs constantly on hand.
E. P. ROGE!
MniM»<r( r A st.G. F. A Pm
about one kernel to every six inch-1 feet in height, is steel plated, con
es, and cut about when the corn is
just glazed. In this country, how when loaded weighs about 230
ever, we have several other crops pounds. Tiie charge is about 15
more easily handled, among which pounds of powder. The effects pro
are clover, or plover and timothy. duced by this melinite shell are
Of the former we can get two cut wonderful. In an escapement wall
tings which we can make from 15 a single shell opened a branch 0 by
to 20 tons per acre green as it goes 18 feet. A shell exploding upon a
into the silo, and perhaps more, for easement left a hide 9 feet deep and
COLUMBIA RIVER ROUTE,
remember we get the same weight, 18- feet in diameter, and stone
or nearly so, out of the silo as we
Trains for the East leave Asli St. wharf
put it in, there being little or no
every day at 12:30 A. M. and 1:15 1’. M.
Some time ago a prize of $100,-
evaporation. As that crop is large 000 was offered for the best method
Attached to the 1:15 p m train are through
ly used for hay, we are frequently of harnessing the Niagara river for
Bullman Sleeping Cais to Council Bluffs
and St Paul.
at a loss by rain coming at the crit manufacturing purposes. A claim
Attached to the 12:30 a in train is the
ical time, and our hay crop is badly ant for this has made his appear
Walla Walla it Dayton Sleeper, which can
injured. What an advantage the ance in the nick of time to save the
he boarded at East Portland station any
time after 8 p m
farmer who has a silo possesses in national credit if his plan will do. 1
Trains arrive at 2:45 and 7:15 p m every
being entirely independent of the It consists of massive stone struct Rather early
weather, for whether it rains or ures on opposite sides of the river,
The company reserve the right to
shines the clover can go into the silo with an endless belt running be
change eteameiB or sailing days,
and make four times the weight of tween, fitted with iron plates, stand
TO ASTORIA,-Str R 11 Thompson
feed the cutting would make if ing at an angle with the swift cur
•eaves Ash st wharf every Monday Wed
dried into hay. Next comes peas rent, which thus gives it powerful
and Satin day at 11 :30 p. in. U S Mail
and oat's, sown broadcast and cut motion, If one set of .apparatus
steamer leaves Ash st. daily, except Sun
day, at fi a. in., for Ast -ria.
when the first pods arc setting. will not supply what is wanted, as
Then we have oats, wheat and rye many can be added as needed.
TO DALLES AND CASCADES,
cut when in blossom, or a little
Leave Ash st. at 6 a. in., except Sun
later, when in the milk.
comes rape and sweet top turnips.
TO OR EGON CITY, Dayton ami Al
Of the latter we can get two crops
hany.—Str. leaves Port! ind at 7 a. m
Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays, fm
in the year; planting in the fall we
l).«vton and way points. Returning leave
get a cutting in the spring and
Dayton an 6 a. in., 1 uesdays, Thursdays
is hereby given tb it the tax books
another in the fall. This turnip of Notice
Novelties tor Old and Young. ' and Saturdays. For Albany ami way
Yamhill county, for the year 1888, arc
grows to tops like mustard
points at G a. in., Mondays and Thurs
uii 1 county, and that mys- If or deputy
days. Returning, leave Albany Wednes
determine to keep our stock all the tliif
will visit the various precincts of said coun
days ami Satindavs. 'I'D I<ET QFFICE
year round on Ensilage, we can use ty as follows, lx tween the hours of 10 o’clot k
FIRST & OAK STS. A. L. MAXWELL,
the following rotation:
Early in a. ni and 4 p. m :
Gen. Pass. & Ticket Agent.
—Most complete assortment
the spring, say March, we can sow W 11ea11 a t > d, We< 1 n esday,
Dec 20 1888.
a crop of peas and oats, cut it green I hinder, Friday,
Sets at astonishing LOW PRICES.
in May or June, topdress with ma East < 'heh.ikm, Saturday
nure and plow under and sow a West Chehaleni. Monday
second crop of peas and oats : plow < Belles
again and sow rye, topdress with Willamina, Friday,
manure when the ground is frozen Sheridan.
and are now
and get a heavy crop of rye in Lafayette. Tuesday.
prepared to receive grain for grind
April. Then you can plow the rye N. anil S McMinnville. J Jan. 9 and 10,
ing. Grist grinding a specialty.
stubbles under in May or June and North Yamhill. Friday,
All persons are notified to be present nt Home meule and French.
plant corn. Cultivate your corn
appointments and settle their taxes or
well, and if the land is suitable for said
pay the same to me at m,\ oilice within 30
Special inda cements to
winter wheat, you can plant that days from the dales above mentioned. I
paid, after the expiration of 30 days
those ha i/imf in quantity
and seed down with grass and i not
<»sts will Li* added, as spi ci tied hv S c. 2795
Flour, Rye Hour, and Graham
clover. You can cut the wheat Revised Statute
T. J. H arms
SherifF and tax collector for Yamhill
constantly o s hand. All work is
green for Ensilage or let it grow for county.
warranted ar d I intend to gain the
chicken feed. In this way you get Dated Dec 8.1888.
(34 1 in )
patronage of she public by square
fine crops and in two years have
dealing and good work.
Notice for Publication.
your land laid down to clover and
F. II. KNUPPEL.
L and O ffice at Oregon City,Or.. •
grass from which you will get two
Nov 21. 1888.1
Aug 17 3m
cuttings a year for two or three Notice is hereby irivon tliat
years, and as manure will be plen nanw'tl settler has lih <1 notice i>f his inten
l<> «< cue ee-itulfliBhljlJljlj
tion to make final prof in support of his
tiful, saved and applied to the land, claim,
and that said proof will o made be New Crop of the best the market on
the yield will increase year by fore the county clerk of Yamhill county at
s'-* , >ii.d goods ivhere the people cun see
* fibrin, we will send free re one
Lafayette, Oregon, on Wednesday. Jao’v ajford.
in each locality.the very
year until I am afraid to give 9th,
• best sewing-machine' made in
¡889, viz: Luke Booth, pre-emption l>8
the world, with ail the attachment«.
figures for what the result would No 5139 for the s of s e *4 of sec 26 t 4 s r
>> • will alto tendfreea comph to
»hue of our costly and valuable art
be, but certainly you can keep two 7 w.
Rampies. In return we ask that vou
names t he folio« ing witnesses to prove
show «hat we send, to those who
cows the year ’round on one acre his He continuous
residence upon, and cultiva
may < a 1. at your home, and alter 'J
month« all shall become your own
worked upon this system. Other tion of said land, viz .
property. This jrrand machine is
made after the Siticcr patents,
modifications of this plan will pre and (ius Babcock, all of Willamina, Yam
« hich have run out. before patents
run out it add f<>r.«Uli. with the
sent themselves to every farmer, hill county. Oregon.
i .achments. and now sells for
SAO. Brut, strongest, most use
W. T B i iinky
the principle being to feed the land (Nov. 30:37)
ful machine in the world. All I.
•free. No capital required. Tlain,
and make the land feed the stock,
brief Infraction» given. I r<>«c who write to u» at once can se
cure free the bc*t sewing-machine in the world, and the
and keep on making the stock feed
«hown tdff. th. rin America.
1 itti. A: CO., Alox 7 LO, AugwtUa, Maiuc«
the land and the land feed the
Every ( ash customer receives a discount
ADMININTKATOK’S NO IKE.
stock till you cannot tell where
bus dividing with you my profits. If you
THE YAQUiNA ROUTE.
you began or where you will stop, Notice i< hereby given that the under ‘ want
a merry ChrMmni go and
but keep singing the changes signed ohn McCulloch, has been duly ap
“stock, stock, feed land, land, land, pointed tis administrator of the estate of
James McCulloch deceased, by the county
court of Yamhill county, Oregon Theie
And now, in conclusion, a few fore all persons holding claims against said
are hereby notified to present them
words about emptying the silo. It with proper
vouchers to the undersigned at
PREGOV DEVELOPIEH (WAXFS
will be remembered that the front the law office of Fenton A Fenton, at Mc
of the silo was of loose boards held this 7th, day of 1> ccinber. 1888
by cleats like the front of a grain
225 .Miles Slmrui—20 Ilnurs
J ohn Met ci loom .
bin, and on top of the Ensilage F enton A F enton .
less time than any other route.
Attorneys for estate.
Dec 7 :7
was a covering of 1 j inch plank
vv First class through passenger and
freight line from Portland and all points in
with billets of wood on top to
e Willamette valley to and from San
weight it down.
Close Bargains for Ever} body Francisco
get on top and remove the bullets
L and O ffice at Oregon City. Or.. I I
I Tillie Schedule (except Sundays]'
of wood oft the first plank, take
Dee . 3, 1888 i
\\ c can and we do sell cheaper Leave Alb’nv 1 mn Leave Yaq’naG:45 im
your hay-knife and cut down, say Notice 1« hereby given that die following-
1 :16 “ “ Corvallis 10:35 ”
one foot deep, along the edge of the named settler has tiled notice ol his inten all things in our line than was ever Ar *’ ’ive Corvallis
Yaq’na 5:30 “ Ar’ive Alb’ny 11-1)“
tion to make final proof in support of hi.«
second plank, make other cuts the claim
and. that said proof will b* imide offered to the public before.
O A- C trains connect at Albanv and Cor
same depth every foot or two at before the County Judge, or in his absence
out ty Clerk of Yamhill county,
The above trains connect at Yaquina with
right angles to the first line cut* at Lafayette, Oregon, on Tuesday. Jan. 22d.
the Oregon Devehq mvnt Co s Line ot Steam
then take out the first board in I''8!>, viz Harley Douglas, homestead entry
A GMDE.Ï OPPORTUNITY
ships between Yaquina and San Francisc o
front and throw down on the floor No. ‘?cS9 for the w ’3 of w ’ j of sec 22 t 5 .« r
Sailing Oates from Yaquina.
as much of the Ensilage as you He nanic* the following w itne.«M s to prove To all wishing to purchase anything in the Willamette Valley, Wtdnesday, Dee. 1.
have cut, and as the boards are all
of. said land, viz
From San Francisco.
twelve inches wide, that will be tion
Thomas Wright. David Nicker-on. John
. I hur>day, December,
Musical Willamette Valley
eight cubie feet, which nt forty-five Vein h and Charles Douglas. all of Grande IBooks,
Kunde, Folk county, Oregon
pounds to the cubic foot, will be (dec
1 nsl ruiiitnits.
W T Bi nxrv. I
The company reserve the right to cha \ e
360 pounds, enough for n day's ra
sni ing dah*s without notice.
tion for seven or eight head of stock ;'
N B B --.•in « r-i from Portland and all
then replace the first plank you
, Willamette Valiev |»oin»ea i m tke clo*»-
took off and put back the billets of
• icnmvUviis with the train« ol ihv Yaqutmi
wood upon it and you have done
Route at Albanv or Corvallis, ami if < e>;i
i ned to San Francisco, >Lould erränge to ar
for the day with the silo. Of course !
rive at Yaquina tiie evening before dale of
if you have more stock than the I
number mentioned above, you cut i Wo handle. m ‘II. and rent nil kind.« of
out a proportionately larger quunti-1 real c^Lite. tity and country property on
' Will run between Poatland and Corvallis
ty, but always havs a level surface' favorable terms.
: a« follow*
North l»ouml leaves Corvallis,
j Monday. Wednesday ami Friuuv. 8 a. n>
and replace your planks and [ W? now have for sale the John
---- Ami nn elegant line of------
leave« Malern, Tuvs«l.iy. riiur«da> and Satur
weights. The Ensilage will proba Sax property in. and adjoining
day, 6 a i.i South i»ound I axis Portlaud.
I Monday, Wednesday and Friday, t, a in.;
bly be hot, but if not, it will become : this city at a bargain, in’lots to
leave« Salem, LiU'duy. l'hutsday and Sat
so very soon iijkhi exposure to the! suit.
urday, 6 a ni
atmosphere in a heap upon the
Passenger and freight rates always the
For infopinalioti. apply to W. M
floor, and you can g’- e the stock i il'ill sell on commission at auction ’
| Darling. Freight ami Ticket Agents. 21»
all they will eat up clean making all elaetet of property.
and SU2 Front street. Portland, Oregon; or
C C. IHM.I E.
three feeds a day of it. If) ’ou wish '
Acting Gen’l Fr. A Pass Agt . Oregon Pa
you can sprinkle shorts or bran Office between (' mid 1) streets. BOOK AND MUSIC STORE cific
R. K Co., Corvallis, Oregon.
over it, but it is not absolutely McMinnville.
C. II HASWELU, Jr ,
Gen’l Frt. A Pass Agt . Oreg n l'cvcloi»-
;:itf CAMES FLLTCHER & CO.
m-• v«irv as fhe E.isilsge contains ,
The McMinnville News Co
menl Co . Montgomery street. San I.r mcis-
HERE I AM
season, but better
early than late.
lie did not expect to see such a wonderful collect Ln of choice
goods, but here they are, and he will be
STILL MORE SURPRISED
when he hears about the
Which we are asking for all kinds of seasonable goods for Christ
mas Gifts. Never was such a
Placed before the public of this city. Ne ver was the assortment
so large and never were the prices based upon such small margins of
profit. In this stock will be found
ks, Odor Cases Jewel Cases
X’mas Cards, Carnes, Etc.
We respect hilly solicit an early ii>| •cdk.n <;f tl.c?e goods, and we
guarantee our prices to be as Low as it is pi ssible to make them.
M e also have a public reception evci y cay and evening this month.
C. GRISSEN. Oregon Pacific IL IL
co. I '.-»I
Ü S FF.ESCFIFTICK CFL'G STORE.
Moro ïcrrib’a than VJar !
V/orlt, Arabit'on and PaKs’or, came
more Agony of Mind and Body, and
Destroy more Human Ecings ever/year
than All the Armies of the World.
0UB LATEST IMPROVEMENTS I
“ rompetltion i« the Life rf Trade,” an I If vnu have not se^n our latest Improved goods yw
,lit i, u w l.., V t ■
rd <• r co
t h h lutve to work t > keep within S;gi.l of Ufc
A-. > .ur r-ialer t
the JAMES MEANS’ *3 &11OE, or the JA tES MEANS’ g-i SHOE
u-C'r ini'to y <ur nevils.
. , , ,
i o>ot iveiy ; one aenn’ne unless having our rame and price stamped plainly on the so!*». Yow*
r t If vill supp:yyoti w th • h
stampr'l ifyoi • s <t upon Ids t.ohig so. ir you do not iukUt, mhm
rollers will coax vou into buv mg ¡..fer.or s. oes upon which they make a larger profit
V JAMES MEANS’
This wonder of Modern Chemistry is
pronounced to be unequalled for its
power of replenishing the vitality of the
body, by supplying all the essential con
stituents of the Elood, Erain and Nerve
Substance, and for developing all the
Powers and Functions of the System to
the highest degree. It acts as a specific,
surpassing all those of the present age,
for the speedy and permanent cure of
all derangements of the Nervous and
Blood Systems, Nervous Prostrat’on,
Genera] Dcbil.ty, Mental and Fby. I
■teal Depression, lucapac ty for Study
c» Bus ncss. No ses in the Head and
Ears, Less of Energy and Appel'to.
Ecing a Natural Restorative, its ener
gising effects are not followed by cor
responding reaction, but are Pertna-
cent, and are frequently shown, from
the first day of its administration, by a
remarkable Increase of the Nervous
Power, with a feeling of Vigor, Strength
and Comfort to which the patient has
long been unaccustomed. The nervous
symptoms disappear, as well as the
Functional Derangement. Sleep be
comes calm and refreshing. At the
same time the patient gains flesh, ths
features presenting a striking improve
ment; the Face becomes Fuller, the
T j ps Red, the Eyes Brighter, and the
Slz.n Clear and Healthy. The hair
of the head and beard grows and ac
quire strength, as also the nails, show
ing the importance of the action of the
medicine on the organs of nutrition. It
gives back to the human structure, in a
suitab e form, the Lively. Animating,
□ UtlEXCELLLEO IN
of Life, tnainta n;ng that Buoyant
Energy of the Bra'n and Muscular
System which renders the Mind Hap
py. Cheerful, Brilliant and Energetic;
entirely overcoming that dull, inactive
•nd sluggish disposition which many
persons experience in all their action.
THE MOST .$
Su li lias been the recent progress tn our branch of in I >tt. that we are now able
affirm that the
Janies Mr i ns’ $. s.ioe I Hu every wapeet «q'til to ; be .-.hoes which ‘>n'y a few > ears ago
.stalled at eight
or t“n dollars. I vou will try on a pair yo i will i>eeo i\ln ■■ 1 th it we donut c agg \.ie. Ours are tha
an I $1 S.ioes, and those wh-> hnhate <>nr sy-- in <>f business are .nable t<» compete with us te
qualitv of fact try products. In our lines we are the Tog t manufacturers in the Unl'ed State«.
O col ••u- tra cling-salesmen who is vow visiting t..e shoe retailers of the Pacific Coast and Rocky
11 tuntaln Region writes from there as folio" s.
* I am more t >ai ^.ntis.le I w‘ih the re tilts of mv trip. I have fhm far succeeded in placing onr full
line in th Hands of ‘A No. 1' dealers in every point I I ave visite I.” He goes on to say, “This h a
m ¡>1 <■ ii «-ii«1 re.'-on for us to sell shoes In, bevau-e mo t of i.ie retailers are charring their customers at
r tail aho.it double the prices wnich the shin’s hive c<»st at wholesale. The consequence is that the
People wao wear -hoe- u e paving si < or »even <1 -liars a pair fur shoes wiUch are not worth as much as our
\ II ES VI EANS’ JU3 mid S I SHOE*». Our s :o«s " ith their vtr-low retail pikes stamped on tha
soles of every pair are breaking down the high prices wnich have hitherto ruled in the retail markets hers,
a:i 1 w.ien a retailer puts a full line of goods la h>s stovi they at >ace beg.n to go off like hot cukes, so great
is the demand for t lent.’’
N »w, kind rentier, just stop and consider what the above signifies so far as you are concerned. It
assures you that if you k<’ep on bu.. log shoes neat lug no nuuiuiacturers* name or fixed retail price stamneA
on the soles, you cannot fell what you are gening and your re’aller is probably making you pay double
what your shoes have cost him. Now can • ou afford to do this while we are protecting you by stamping
our na ue and the fixed retail price up n the-ole* of our shoes before they leave our factory so that yoa
cannot be made to pay more for \ our shoes t .an they are worth ?
Shors from our relrbrutrd iartury are nohi by wilp-nwnkp rrtnilera In nil part» •<
tlte country. We villpl ,c • the.nea.sLy w.thLi your rcaca la any State or Territory if you will invest one
ce it in • postal card ami write to us.
JAMES MEANS & €0., 41 Lincoln St., Boston, Mass.
We have a large stock of Mens
Shoes in all gi'ades which we will
Element of L-.fe tvh.ch has been
wasted, and exerts an important influ
ence directly on the Brain, Spinal Mar.
row and Nervous System, of a Nutritive,
Tonic and Invigorating character, there
by checking all wasting of the Vital Fluid
and the more Exhausting Processes
From now until the first of Januarj
TTTe will also make a liberal reduction in
many other lines of goods, such as Under
wear, Mens’ Hosiery, Neckwear, Clothing,
’ BISHOP & KAY
Price. 51.&O per bottle.
(OR SALE 8f ALL CRUCCIST8.
-Nil.I, iila.eiin .. ..v,i|)\Kl>.
Aug 24 6tn
Sew Grocery w Store
I hnveopened a full stock of
< RCt KFRY.
Fresh hgdablcs of all dma ipliois
will be kept v. bile in Season.
Will xell at bottom price tor cas-h or <
J une 15 :Stf
A. HVSSEY ■
Tiie Tariff Question Settled
• ho Pioneer Boot and Shoe Store has just
received a brand new stock of Boots and
Shoes of the latest styles
«■ iOS and
J have also received a si lei-did assortment of
Lads ami Misses A ictoiia gaiters, all of which
will lie sold at the lowest possible prices for
cash. No charge made for sewing rips on
goods bought oi me. Opposite the Grange
P. F. BROWXE