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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 8, 1889)
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER. inventor of the roller-skate made
over £200,(XX), notwithstanding the
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fact that his patent had nearly ex
8, 1889. pired before its value was ascer
tained. The gimlet-pointed screw
has produced more wealth than
IRON SLAG FOR PAVEMENTS.
most silver mines, and the Ameri
New Process Invented for Utilizing Val
can who first thought of putting
uable Waste Material of Found
copper tips to children’s shoes is as
well off as if liis father had left him
Considerable attention lias re £400,000 in United States bonds.
cently been paid to the problem of Upward of £2,000 a year was made
utilizing iron slag for commercial by the inventor of the common
purposes. The immense quantity needle-threader. To the foregoing
of material now going to waste at might be added thousands of tri
all of the iron furnaces in this coun fling but useful articles from which
try makes a large field for opera handsome incomes are derived or
tions if any process for converting for which large sums have been
the slag into a useful product can paid. Few inventions pay better
be devised. The invention of the than popular patented toys. A
process of making mineral wool by clergyman realized £400 a week
forcing a jet of super-heated steam by the invention of a strange little
through the molten slag, opened up plaything to l>e seen for a long time
one valuable use for a portion of in every toy-shop in London. That
the waste. Although large quanti favorite American toy, the “return
ties of mineral wool are now used, ball”—a wooden ball with an elas-
the amount of slag consumed in its tric attached—yielded the patentee
an income equal to £10,000 a year,
manufacture is inconsiderable.
Mr. A. D. Elbers, who started the and an income of no less than £15,-
mineral wool business, and after 000 per annum came to the inven
ward sold out to the New York tor of the ‘■dancing Jim Crow.”
Steam Heating company, has re The invention of “Pharaoh’s ser
cently invented a process for con pents,” a toy much in vogue some
verting iron slag into paving blocks. years ago, was the outcome of some
Hi process removes the sulphur chemical experiment and brought
from the slag, and makes it a the inventor more than £10,000.
homogeneous mass of great tough- The sale of the little wooden figure,
n : ■ and durability. It is cast into “John Gilpin,” was incredibly large
-quare blocks of any desired size, for many years, and a very ingen
and is claimed to be equal in quali- ious toy known as the •‘wheel of
ity to the best Belgian paving life,” is said to have produced up
stones. Tts cost is considerably less ward of £100,000 profits to its in
than natural rock. As the output ventor. One of the most successful
of slag from the production of of modern toys has been the
American pig iron is now about five “chameleon top,’ the sale of which
million tons annually, according to has been enormous. The field of
Mr. Elbers, there is room for a big invention is not only vast and va-
riod, but it is open to everybody
without respect to sex .or age, sta
Patents For Small Things.
tion or means.— Invention.
The rubber tip at the end of lead
One of the principal features of
pencils has yielded £20,000. A interest at the Paris Exposition
large fortune has been reaped by a next summer will be the Eiffel
miner who invented a metal rivet tower, which is fast approaching
or eyelet at each end of the mouth completion. It is being constructed
of coat or trousers’ pocket to resist of iron and will rise to a height of
the strain caused by the carriage of 984 feet. As the greatest height
piec of oar and heavy tools. In a yet reached in any stricture is that
recent legal action it transpired in of the Washington monument, 555
evidence that the inventor of the feet, some idea can be formed of the
mMal plates used to protect soles great distance upward that this
and h is of boots from wear sold tower will go. This tower will
upwards of 12,COO,0 0 plates in weigh when completed 7,000 tons.
1879, and in 1887 the number 4and will cost 4,500,000 francs. One
: icb d 143,000,01X1, producing object of its construction is to light
realize 1 profits of a quarter of mil the exposition grounds. The tower
lion of money. As large a sum as will be supplied with elevators
was ever obtained for any inven which will land passengers 971 feet
tion v.:- a joy er by the inventor of from the earth. There is talk to
the inverted glass bell to hang over supplying it with electric lights of
gas to protect ceilings from being 19,000,000 candle power. Four such
blackens 1, and a scarcety less luc towers with a capacity of 50,000,000
rative patent was that for simply each, it is thought, would light the
putting emery powder on cloth, whole city of Paris.— The Manu
i'dequentlr time and circumstances facturer.
are wanted before an invention is
appreciated, but it will be seen that It is an ill wind that blows no
natience is well rewarded, for the body good.
In tl.e circuit cot rt of the sf .t • t.f i'r go i in
and for Yamhill county.
A leck M utciile ?, Plaintiff,»
J. W. S mith , Defendant. )
To J. W. Smith, the above uiine ! defeu mni:
In the name of the state of Oregon, you are
hereby required <o appear and answer the
complaint tiled herein against you in the above
entitled action within 10 days fr t:i the date of
the service ot this summons upon y u, if made
in this county, and if made in any otb’r county
in this state within 20 dais fromthe date < t said
service ol sumnio: s upon you and if yoa fail to
aLswer, for want thereof the plaintiff will take
judgment against you in the sum of < ne hun
dred and five dollars ($105) with interest
thereon from June 29th. 1887. at the rate of 8
per cent per annum, ami the further sum of $40
as special attorney’s fees, and fur costs and dis
bursemonts of said action.
And it is further ordered that this summons
i be published in the T elephone R egister , a
published in this county
A Pleasing Sense of Health and and stute. newspaper,
and ha imz a general circulation, for
from the date of this or
Strength Renewed, and of
der, done in open court, by order of Hon. 1;. P.
Boise, iudge of the third judicial district.nt La
Ease and Comfort
favette Oregon, this 2 th day of December,
Tallows the use of Syrup of Figs, as it acta 18&8.
R 1. EATON.
gently on the
Attorney for Plaintiff.
N atures P leasant I axative
K idneys , L iver and B owels
Effectually Cleansing the System when
Costive or Bilious, Dispelling
In the circuit court of the state f Ore .on,
in and for Yambil! county.
rank G ildner . Plaintiff,)
and permanently curing
J. J. S mith , Defendant.
the ab- ve named iuf.-ndant:
without weakening or irritating tlio organs
In the n.une ot the stat • of Oregon, y-u aie
on which it acts.
hereby required to answer the cuuiplaiut tiled
Tc-r Sale in 50c and SI.OO Bottles by all herein against you in the above entitled action
within 10 days from the date of the service of
MANUFACTURED ONLY BY TOS
this summons upon vou. if served within this
and if served within any other county
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.
in this state then within 20 days from the date
S ax F rancisco , C ai *.,
of this summ >ns upon you, ana
L ocwville , K y .,
N kw Y ork . N. Y.
if vou fail to answer, for want thereof plaintiff
wi’l demand judgment against you in the sum
of $'0 (eighty dollars) with inteiest thereon
OVERLAND TO CALIFORNIA.
from October 3 st, 18sl, at the rate of 10 per
cent per annum, and the furt er sum of $40 as
special attorney’s fees in said action, and for
costs and disbursements ot this action.
And it is further ordered that this summons
be published in T he T elephone -R egister , a
weekly newspaper, published at McMinnville,
in this’ county and state, and having a geucral
circulation, for six consecutive weeks from the
date of xhis order, done in open court, by or
Portland and San Francisco der of Hon. R. P. Boise, judge of the third ju
dicial district, at Lafayette, Oregon, this 20th
day of December, 1888.
LEWIS A BRADY.
California Express Trains Run Daily
Attorneys for Plaintiff'.
Colds, Headaches and Fevers
Southern Pacific Company’s Lines
THE MOUNT SHASTA ROUTE!
BETWEEN PORTLAND AND SAN FRAN
Portland....... 4:00 pm San Francisco. .7:45 am
San Francisco. 7:00 pm ¡Portland....... 10:45 am
Local Passenger Daily, except Sunday.
Portland ........ 8:05 am Eugene.......... 2:40 pm
Eugene............ 9:00 am Portland........ .3:45 pm
Pullman Buffit s eepers,
Tourie' Sleeping Cars,
For accommodation of Second Class passen
gers attached to express trains.
The S P Company’s Ferry makes connection
with all the regular trains on the East Side Di
vision from foot of F street.
WEST SIDE DIVISION
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train, Daily except Sunday.
Portland ... .7 30 a m McMinnviHe. 10 13 a m
McMinnville. .1013 a m Corvallis ... .12 25 p m
CorvalPs....... 1 30 p m McMinnville.. 3 44 p m
McMinnville.. 3 52 p m Portland......... 6 20 p m
At Albany and Corvallis connect with tiairs
of Oregou Pacific.
Express Train, Daily exeopt Monday
Portland......... 1 50 pm McMninnville. .8 00 pm
McMinnvile... 6 45 am]Portland......... 9 00 pm
Through tickets to all points South and East
Ticket offices, No. 134, corner Firstand Ald
er streets, Portland, Oregon; corner F and Front
E. R. ROGER8,
Ast GF4 P Agt
In the circu.it court oí the
J. W Ingle, Plaintif);
Jeasj Yocnm, Nettie V Busbee.
tV G Biisbee, J<»I mi Dempsey, !
Geo Y Davis,
Caroline Davis, Elizabeth Yo
cum, Clara BDeLashmutt, Aus
tin Yocum, Jesse Yocum. Ada
Yocum, Katie Yocum. Belle
Yocum, lames Yocnm.'Elmira
Yocum Branson. George Bran
son. Mary Minerva Yocum
Branson, I N l’ranson. Nina
Hendrix. Lyman M Noble,
Nancy Noble. Levi Zumalt,
John Zumalt, Abraham Zumalt.
J B Zumalt, O C Yocum, Ann M
Yocum. TouipkinsYocum, Eliza
J Yocum, and all the unknown
heirs at law of Minerva Yocum,
deceased, by name “Unknown
Heirs;'’ W C Hembree, J J
Butler, L Beltinau, Edgar Pop
pieton. J Prevost and D B Pre
vost (partners as l’revo<t Bros)
Louisa Yocum Walter Yocum,
Carrie Yocum.’ Miltie Yocum
and Ellen Hall, Defendants
To the above named defendants;
In the name ot the state of Oregon, you
and each of you are hereby required to ap
pear and answer the amended complaint
of plaintiff* filed in said cause in said court,
within 10 days from the day of the service ot
this sduunons upon you, if served within
said county or if served in any other
county of this state, then within 20 day:» trom
the date thereof: but if served by publication,
then on or before the 25 th day of March,
1889 the same being the first day of tne text
regular term of said couit: aud if yon fail so to
answer, for want thereof the plaintiff will apply
to the court for the relief prayed for in said
complaint, to wit: A decree foreclosing two
certain mortgages executed by Minerva Yocum
deceased, upon lots Nos. 87, 88. 89.94. 95 and
96, of the town of Dayton, Yamhill county, Or
egon, recorded respectively at page 91, Vol. S,
and page 97, Vol. Q, of the records of mortgages
for said county, aud for a decree that plaintiff be
paid all sums of money due him upon said mort
gages to wit: the sum of $993.55 with interest on
$ 123 ¡5 thereof at 8 per cent per annum, and
on $563.80 thereof at 1G per <?nt. per annum
fiom this August 8th, 1888, and $50 attorney's
fees and costs and disbursements, and for such
other relief as may be just.
This summons is published for six wee.xs it
the T elephone -R egistbr by order of Hon. II.
P, Boise, judge of «aid court, made at Salem,
Oregon, January 29th, 1888.
FENTON A FENTON.
Attorneys for Plaintiff.
for Infants and Children
“Caatoria is so well adapted to children that
I recommend it as superior to any prescription
know» tome. ’
IL Z. Lea«. 11. I>.
111 So. Oxlord St, Brooklyn, N. T.
1 Caatorta cure« Colle. OonfHpation,
I Sour Stomach, Diarrhoea, Eructation,
| Without injurious medicatkm.
“ C olumbia R iver R oete .'
TIPi/fTC to an<i *rom principal point« In the
I tu!\L I U
United States. Canada and Europe.
Elegant Pullman Palace Cars
It is positively the shortest ami fin nt
line to Chicago ami the cast and south and
the only sleeping and dining < -r through
Omaha, Kansa- City, and all M l.«M»nrl
Its magnificent st?el track, unsurpassed
train servico and elegant dining and OMAHA,
sleeping ears has honestly earned for it the
Others may imitate,but none can surpass it HIER OF (¡HAKGE »Nn WITHOUT CHANO
Our motto is “always on time ”
Close connections at Portland for Han Fran
Be sure and ask ticket agents for tickets
via this celebrated route and take none cisco and Puget Sc«nd points.
W II MEAI), G A
No. 4 Washington street. Portland. Or. A I Iron Steamships leave Portland and San
Francb-oo every four (4) days, mak
Notice of Appointment of A.l
in the circuit court of the state of Oregon for
ing the trip in 60 hours.
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned, C aroline M artin
Cabin .............. |lfi 00 j Steerage . . .. $ 8 00
Lucretia M Austen, has been duly appointed by
Round Trip -unlimited.............................. 30 00
Murray s Specfic.
the county court of Yamhill county, Oregon,
administratrix of the estate of Thomas P Ans
Trad«Mark. A guaranteed cure fi r all
In the name of the stale of Oregon, you are
nervous diseases, such as weak
Therefore all personshaving claims against hereby required to appear and answer the com
. wineiiiorv, loss of luain p-»wer
said estate ara hereby notified and required to plaint filed against you in the above entiiled
u. ii i Li - ii < . n.iin in tin1
For further particulars inquire of any agent
present the s me with proper vouchers to the suit on or before the first day of die term of
the Company or A L Max wo ', (I P <x T A ,
undersigned at th*1 law office of Fenton A Fen said court, to wit, March 25th, 1889. and if you
| wakui'ulnu s, luucorrhoea, uni of
ton. at McMinnville. Yamhill county. Oregon, fa l so to answer, for want thereof, plaintiff
versal lassitude, seminal weak
will apply to «he ccurt for a decree dissolving
within six months from the date hereof.
ness, inipotency. and general
the marriage contract now existing between
Dated this 15th dav of February. 1*'89.
» loss of power of the generative
A. L. MAXWELL,
plaintiff and defendant, and for such other re Ecfore T&king»
LUCRETIA M AUSTEN,
" organs, in either sex, caused
6. P. A T. A.
lief as is prayed for.
Administratrix of said Estate,
W. H. HOLCOMB.
This summons is published six consecutive ultimately leml to premature r* rode Marie,
F enton & F enton ,
Attorneys for Estate.
2 5t weeks in the T elephone -R egister , by order of obi age,insanity and eonnumi»*
Hon. IL I’. Boise, judge of said c«ur% made at
$1.0o per box or six
chamber-, in Hale n, Oregon, February 1st. tion
boxes for $5.00,scnt by mail on
Notice of Dissolution of Copart 1889.
i receipt of price. Full partieu-
A. L. FRAZER.
in pamphlet, stmt free to
Attorney for Plaintiff'.
i every applicant.
Oregonian Bail way, I/d, Line,
The copartnership heretofore existing be
WE GUARANTEE SIX
tween the undersigned. M B Hendrick and M Notice of Appointment of Exec BOXES to euro any case. For
E Hendrick, under the firm name and style of
every $5 00 order received, wcAfter Taking*
M B Hendrick
Son, at Amity. Yamhill
send six boxes with written guarantee to re
Until further notice trains will
county, Oregon, has this day been dissolved by
Notice is hereby given that the undersigned fund the money if our Specific doe« not ef
mutual consent, said M B IIcndricK having has been, by the county court of ’I amhill fect a cure
arrive and depart from Lafayette
sold and transferred all his interest in said county, state of Oregon, duly appointed execu
Address all communications to the Sole
as follows, to and from Portland.
firm and the business and property thereof to trix of the estate of John Haney, deceased.
sa’d M E Hendrick.
Therefore all p rsons having claims against
THE MURRAY MEDICINE CO.
The business will be carried on by M E Hen said estate, or against the firm of Harris A
Kansas City, Mo.
drick.he assuming the payments of all the just, Haney, are I ereby notified to present the same
Portland. .. 7 15am Airlie........... I 00 p in
debts ana liabilities of the said firm, and all with ’proper vouchers therefor to the under
Dundee .... 9 00 a m Sheridan....... 3 <•7 p tn
claims and demands due said firm are to be signed at the law office of W. L. Bradshaw,
Lafayette.. . 9 26 am Lafayette..
4 15 p u>
paid to him. the said M E Hendrick.
at Lafavette, Oregon, within six months from fill
. 10 30 n m Dundee.., . 4 40 p m
■ LR 3 I vLHv this paper,or obtain estimate»« Sheridan
Dated ax Amity, Oregon, this 11 th day of this date.
M 4RY HANEY.
Airlie (nr).. 12 30 p m Portland (ar) fi 30 p tn
on advertising space when in Chicago, will find it on file at
Febru ry, 188?.
Executrix of said Esta e.
For fin ther information apply t0 the (’um-
M B HENDRICK,
G. G. B ingham and
41 5t the Advertising Agency of LORD&THCMAS, pnny
’s Agent at Lafayette, or addrens General
M E HENDRICK.
W. L. B radshaw . Attorneys for Estate.
office, corner Second A Pine Sis.. Portland Ugn
Great English Remedy.
Portland & Willamette Valley R'y
P EX ) P L E
To Make a Fortune from a Small Investment.
A NEW IDEA
IN THE SALE OF REAL ESTATE.
Oi land ran£in£ from <)ne to 12 «cres have been
IllOlL ! LLI1 I ilMU I O put upon the market to SELL. In order to make
it an inducement to buy, the land will be sold in the following manner:
We will sell you a chance in a drawing, to bo made April 1, 1889, for 825(1 in eash,
or approved note, to be deposited in either bank in this City, at any time before the
drawing takes place. When the chances are all sold the purchasers’ names will each lie
put in an envelope and a description of each parcel of land will be put in a separate
envelope. The envelopes containing the names will be put in one box and thote con
taining the descriptions in another; and a blindfolded child will draw one envelope from
each box at the same time. The name drawn shall reepive a d(>ed to the land drawn
at the same time.
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY.
This property is Martin’s addition to the Town of McMinnville, Oregon, and on
the East bank of the Yamhill river, adjoining the city; ten minutes’ walk from the
Courthouse, Public School, or business portion of the city. S ee P i at .
Good View ! Good
GREATEST OFFER EVER
as1»- certain to get one acre, and yon may ge twelve acres.
drawing to take place in presence of purchasers. See Plat and
ty at my office any time.
Good Water !
MADE--YOU GAN’T LOSE!
. Everything perfectly
full description of proper
C. W. TALMAGE.