The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, March 15, 1889, Image 1

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T£LESpTHOKEE*E»tlbHshe<l ime. 188e
Consolidated Feb. 1,1889.
M c M innville , O regon , F riday , march 15,1889.
OF INTEREST TO THE FARMERS.
TilE TELEPHONE-REGISTER.
Ensilage is as Necessary for Dairy
Cattle as Anything Possibly
Can Be.
PUBLISHED EVERY FR1D »Y
of silos has become as common as
the growing of timothy hay, and
the business of dairying is made far
more economical and reliable than
ever before. Butter can be made
for two-thirds the former price, and
sells for fully one-third more than
ever it did under the old regime.
Farmers are now planning their
work for the season, and many are
intending to turn over a good quan­
tity to serve as summer fallow land,
to be sown to wheat next autumn.
It may be news to some of these to
be told that planting corn on this
land improves it for future use, and
will insure great improvement in
the yield of wheat to follow it. This
has been proved as to growing corn
on wheat fallows, and there is not
the least reason to doubt that the
system if regularly followed will
furnish the best of ensilage and will
be a valuable aid to mixed farming.
—Oregonian.
THE HIGH LICENSE LAW.
A License of $400 to be Paid to the
County for the Sale of Liquors.
VOL. I. NO. 6.
the duty of the county clerk to
prosecute the bond, given by such
Western Wholesale House has recently tulded to
applicant under the provision of It» A rrgul&r
btiMnera n »neckU department which will
require services of «pablemon in various localities.
this act, for any violation of its con­ This
firm makes no
h ading promise« of exorbitant
salaries, but l>u<Qnn«t
d reliable applicant« who can
ditions.
runiish sath'facU'rv ri ferencesaa to truHworthinem
will be liberally paid in proiwrtion to the ability they
S ec . 8.—Every county clerk shall, demonstrate.
Our requirements will not of r.eceMity
with budmss m winch -pphrenl may now
on the first day of the term of each interfere
be cngai?y<1
.*ddresx. with references,
circuit court, deliver to the grand U h. HAHB1.YGTUA A CO., l&i STATU NT., CH1CAWO, ILL.
jury an accurate liat of all persons
MILLER BROS.,
holding license under the provisions
Dealtrt In
of this act within the county, which
list shall show the date and the Field, Flower and Yegetale Seeds,
time of expiration of each license.
BEE A POULTRY SUPPLIES,
S ec . 9.—If any person 6hall bar­ GARDEN TOOLS, FERTILIZERS.
-
PORTLAND, OR.
ter, sell or dispose of in any manner Second St. Send
for Catalogue.
any spirituous, malt or vinous li­
quors without having first obtained
a license therefore as provided by
this act, such person shall be deem­
ed guilty of a misdemeanor, and
upon conviction thereof shall be Good, of all description« moved and careful
handling guaranteed.
fined not less that $200 nor more
Collection« will be made monthly.
than $400.
I
Hau ling of all kinds done cheap
S ec . 10.—It shall be the duty of
the grand jury at each and every
term of the circuit court in any
AT
county of this state to make a strict
HUSSEY’S OLD STAND.
inquiry and return bills of indict­
ment against every person violating
any of the provisions of this act.
Crockery, Glawware, Cigars, Tobacco« and
Candies Fresh fruit« and vegetable.« All pnr-
S ec . 11.—Nothing in this act cheees
delivered free in the city.
shall be so construed as to apply in
any manner to incorporated towns
and cities of this state ; provided,
nothing in this act is to be con­ 300 bushel« of fine Side Seed Oata for
strued as affecting the right of the further particular« call at the reeidcnce'of F
owners or lessees of vineyards from Lebold, eight mile, weit of McMinnville.
MAX LEBOl.n.
selling the wine product of said February 8. 1889.
I In
vineyards in quantities not less
than one quart.
THE TAQUINA ROUTE.
S ec . 12.—Title 1, of Chapter 31,
of miscellaneous laws of Oregon,
compiled and annotated by Matthew
P. Deady and Lafayette Lane, and
published under title of General
Laws of Oregon, and all other acts
and parts of acts inconsistent with OREGON DEVELOPMENT COM­
this act, are hereby repealed.
PANY S STEAMSHIP LINE.
S ec . 13.—Inasmuch as there is
urgent need of a law to prevent and 225 Miles Shorter—20 hours less
punish unlawful sales of spirituous, time than by any other route.
malt and vinous liquors, this act
claw through passenger and freight
shall take effect upon its approval line »•First
from Portland and all point« in the Wil
lamette valley to and from San Franeiaco.
by the governor.
SALESMEN WANTED.
The bill which is published be­
low is known as the Layman high
M’MINNVILLE
-
-
OREGON.
license law. It will materially re­
Creamery Management-.-A Cow Census
duce the number of saloons in the
—BY—
--Jersey Butter Color---Cost of
state and is the only means which
I-Zard.iu.g' ¿c Elsa, tlx.
Scrubs—Utilizing Dead
will effect in any way the sale of
Animals.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
liquors, notwithstanding the nega­
Contain, in small compass, the essential
The
assertion
is
made
that
not
tive
of the prohibition party.
One Copy, per year, inudvance............... I*
virtues of the best vegetable cathartics.
much more than a century ago the
One Copy, six months in advac».............
They arc «1 sure cure for Costiveness, Indi­
It
is as follows:
shorthorn cattle that are now the
gestion, and Liver Complaints; are pleasant
An
act to regulate the sale of
Entered at the potttofliee at McMinn ville to take; prompt, but mild, in operation.
pride of England, and famous all
Mr. James Quinn, of Middle st., Hartford,
Oregon, as Beeond-claire matter.
spirituous,
malt and vinous liquors,
over
America,
were
inferior
in
looks
Conn., testifies : “ I have used Ayer’s Pills
and to prevent the sale thereof
for the past thirty years and consider them
to
the
American
buffalo,
and
their
ail invaluable family medicine.’*
without having first obtained a li­
S, A. YOUNG, M. D.
meat inferior to that of the buffalo
cense therefore, and to repeal all
in quality. Now the shorthorns
Ayer
’
s
Pills,
laws and parts of laws in conflict
Physician & Surgeon,
60’d by all Druggist« and Dealer« in Medicine.
are the favorite breed for beef, and
therewith.
are
also
good
milkers
in
many
M c M inxvillk .
-
-
-
OnanoK.
Be it Enacted by the Legislative
strains of the stock. If such im­
Office and residence on D street. All
Assembly of the State of Oregon:
mense and positive gain has been
calls promptly answered day or night.
S ection 1.—That no person shall
made in a hundred years,
be permitted to sell spirituous, malt
we can also predicate upon that
Dll. J. C. MICHAUX
fact the believe that a century of Jersey butter is objected to for or vinous liquors in this state in
less quantities than one gallon with­
Practicing Physician and Surgeon, Th*twanta a Cook, Parlor and Heating Stove, neglect will cause the breed to re­ the reason that it is too yellow. out having first obtained a license
vert to the old time inferiority. People in the East are using the
remember you can find the best assort
ment in the county at
The world has begun to breed up cream of the Jersey to color the from the county court of the proper
LAFAYETTE, OREGON
all manner of stock, and improve­ butter of ordinary dairy cows. The county for that purpose.
Jan. 21, ’88.
S ec . 2.—Every person obtaining
HODSON’S ment will continue until perfection Jersey butter is, as every one knows, a license
to sell spirituous, malt or
shall
be
reached,
but
this
perfection
a very bright yellow, and the sale
DR. G. II. SMITH,
can only be maintained by actual of it is restricted because the people vinous liquors shall pay into the
And at prices that defy competition.
care and selection that shali pre­ think too much foreign butter color treasury of the county granting
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON,
serve the best and leave no chance is used in it, when it is nothing but such license the sum of $400 per
annum, and in the same proportion
for inferiority. It is this selection pure Jersey butter.
LAFAYETTE, OREOON.
for a less period; or $200 per an­
If you want the best Iron Roof in the wor^d and “survival of the fittest” that
Hodson puts that kind on and
num and in the same proportion for
insures
improvement
in
all
things,
Surgery a Specialty.
v7 49
The
farmers
of
this
country
do
warrants them.
vegetable and animal. If the farmer not seem to know that it costs as a less period for a license to sell
takes pains to select seeds from the much to raise a “scrub” steer as it malt liquors only.
MCMINNVILLE NATIONAL BANK.
o------
S ec . 3.—Every person applying
best plants of all growth it will does a “grade” or full blood. They
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON.
for a license to sell spirituous malt
If you are going to want any Galvanized Iron have the effect to maintain excel­
have practiced it and should learn
Window Caps, or Galvanized Iron Cori ice,
Transacts a General Banking Business.
lence, and only by such means can that the grade steer is worth more of vinous liquors before procuring
or Ornamental Iron work of anv kind
remember that Hodson’s shop is the
average excellence be preserved. for beef than a scrub. A few fine the same shall execute to such
President........................... J. W. COW LS
The seedsman cannot take the bulls imported to this state would county a bond in the penal sum of
Vice President............ LEE LAUGHLIN
pains that is requisite to maintain soon bring our stock to the front. $1000, with two or more sufficient
Cashier
.............. CLARK BRALY
the highest order of product, but Already several are here, but the sureties to be approved by such
Sells exchange on Portland, San Francisco
the farmer who will plant and care­ farmers as yet are not using them court, conditioned that he will keep
and New York.
an orderly house and that he will
Where such work can be done.
fully cultivate a small plat, making as they ought.
loterest allowed on time deposits.
not permit any unlawful gaming or
Office hours from 9 a m to 4 p m.
his beds in separate places, far
riotous conduct in or about his
enough apart to prevent hydridiza-
The cow census, which has been house, and that he v.ill not open or
Bring on your drawings and get estimates on tion or mixing of pollen and change lately compiled, shows that the
work, warranted first-class and to your
of plants, can use the best seed and average farmer does not understand permit to be opened his place of
satisfaction.
business for the purpose of traffic
Sample rooms in connection.
secure constant improvement.
the simplest rules of breeding for
o------- o
Time Schedule (except Sundays),
In breeding stock the use of a dairy purposes. It also shows that on the first day of the week, com­
A CLEVER PARLOR TRICK.
Albany. .1:30 pnalLeave YaquinaTi:45 atu
Is now fitted up in first class order.
thoroughbred male will soon bring the majority of dairy cows can be monly called Sunday; that he will Which Requires No Paraphernalia but a latave
Leave Corvalli« l;40 pmlleaveCorvallialthSs
not
give,
sell
or
supply
spirituous
Arrive Yaqninn 5:30 pm| Aviv« Albany 11:10 am
the progeny of common stock of the classed under the title of “scrubs.”
Accommodations as good as can be
Pencil and a Bit of Paper'
O. Ar C. train« connectât Albany and Cor-
malt or vinous liquors to minors or
foundin the city.
female up to a high grade, and in
vallia.
habitual
drunkards,
nor
to
any
per­
selecting such a male it is not suffi­ The best thing to do with dead
In an evening company it is de­ The above traîna connect at Y aqcina with
S. E. MESSINGER, Manager.
the Oregon Uevolopeineiit Co's. Line of Hteaiu-
cient to secure a well bred animal, animals is to bury them beneath a son at the time in a drunken or in­ sirable that each should furnish a ahipa
between Yaqnina and San Franeiaco.
toxicated
condition,
and
in
case
of
but to choose one that is perfect in big pile of sod or mold and thus
portion of the evening’s entertain­
Sailing Dates.
V.
a
violation
of
the
foregoing
condi
­
form and size. Even the best convert them into a valuable fertil­
ment, and the one who can perform
Near the Postoffice,
Uteamant.
Ir'rom Yaqttna Ir'rnmSan Fran
breeds require selection of the izer. The farmers of Oregon must tions, by any person giving such some neat and simple trick, such WillainetleVal’y December 1‘Jtli Uecember «th
PHOTOGRAPHER.
bond,
he
shall
be
liable
to
pay
a
WillametteVal
’
yl
••
24th1
••
17th
best to insure good results. Cross­ awaken to the fact that fertilization
as Prof. Hoffman descrilies in “The Willamette Val’y]_____________
|
“
3Qth
F.
ZIRKEL.
fine
of
not
less
than
$50
nor
more
ing
of
improved
breeds
upon
each
Young
Wizard,
”
is
bound
to
be
pop
­
Opposite l ook's Hotel, Third Street,
is needed, and every means should than $200 for any such violation,
The company reserve« the right to change
ular.
«ailing dates without notice.
Lately with Bishop & Kay. lias opened a other seems to be advocated of late be used in bringing their land to its
McMinnville, Oregon
and the bond so given as aforesaid
Firatclass Tailoring Establishment, and Re­ as calculated to combine the best
As cards and the usual parapher­ N. B.—Passengers from Portland and all Wil-
old time productiveness.
amette Valley Pointa can make close connec­
ap ctfully solicits your patronage.
by such person shall also be liable nalia of a magician may not be tion
qualities of both. The present age
with the' trains of the VaquiNA H oitk at
to
be
prosecuted
as
hereinafter
pre
­
McMinnville Baths anti
All Kinds of Work Guaranteed at
is devoted to improvement, and in
handy, it is well to know at least Albany or Corvallis, and if destined to San
CAPTAIN BOYNTON’S DRESS.
Very Low Prices.
Francisco,
arrange to arrive at Yaqnina
scribed.
all countries governments have es­
one trick which requires nothing the evening should
before date of sailing.
S
ec
.
4.
—
That
any
person
wish
­
F. ZIRKEL.
tablished scientific schools to inves­ A Complete Outfit, Good Enough for a
but a pencil, slip of paper and a
Hiver Steamers
ing to sell spirituous malt or vinous good memory. It is called “Who Will
C. H FLEMING, Prop.,
tigate and teach all matters per­
run between Portland and Corvallis as
Transatlantic Voyage.
liquors before obtaining a license, Wears the Ring?”
follows: North bound leaves Corvallis, Mon­
All kinds of fancy hair cutting and hair
taining to agriculture. It is now
Wednesday nnd Friday, Ma m.; leave«
dressing done in ti e latest style.
Captain Boynton’s dress has been as hereinafter provided, shall at his
possible to secure the best results,
The number of persons participa­ day,
Salem, Tuesday, Thursday find Saturday. 6 a.
All kinds of hair dyeing a specialty,
described
thousands
of
times,
but
own
trouble
and
expense
obtain
the
m.
South
bound leave* Portland, Monday.
because
private
enterprise
has
en
­
ting
in
the
game
should
not
exceed
Special attention given to Ladies' and Has the most complete stock of harness
Wednesday and Friday, Gam.; leaves Balofn,
Children's work.
gaged in every feature of agricul­ in connection with this another de­ signatures of an actual majority of nine. Some one of the company is Tuesday,
Thursday
and Satu’day, 6a.m.
in
the
county.
At
present
12
set
of
sin
­
Shaving, 15 cents
tural interests, and state ar.d na­ scription is admissible. The dress the whole number of local voters in selected, unknown to you, to put a Passenger and freight rates always the low­
•». I have just put in the finest baths ever in
gle harness, hand made, in prices
est.
For
iafoimarion,
apply to Measra. HUL­
tlie city, where yon can find hot or cold
tional enterprise aid greatly in is manufactured from the finest the precinct in which he may wish ring on one of his fingers. You now MAN A CO.. Freight and
ranging from $12 to $30, ami 8
Ticket Agent«, 200
baths always ready.
to
sell
such
spirituous,
malt
or
vin
­
vulcanized
rubber,
divided
into
two
proving the value of proposed
say you will tell (1) who wears the and 202 Front street, Portland, Oregon; or to
set of team harness as cheap
I also have the largest and finest stock of
C.
C. HOGUE,
methods in farming. Farmers’ in­ parts, the junction being at the ous liquors to a petition to said ring, (2) the hand it is on, (3) the Acting Gen'l. Frt. A Paa«. Agt.,
imported and domestic cigars in the city
Oregon Pacific
AS ANY PLACE IN THE COUNTY
county
court
praying
that
said
li
­
waist.
The
pantaloons
terminate
stitutes are becoming interesting
finger of the hand and (4) the joint R. R. Co , Corval is, Oregon.
Third Sf- McMinnville, Or.
Can be seen on the hooks in my shop.
6
C.
fl.
HASWELL,
Jr.,
cense
he
granted,
and
no
applicant
in
a
steel
band
over
which
the
and valuable agents for informing
of the finger. This is apparently Gen’l. Frt. A Pass, Agt., Oregon Development
I have competant workmen employed
shall
be
deemed
to
have
a
majority
tunic
fits
with
a
strap
over
all,
the
agricultural
world
in
the
ways
of
presuming
to
do
a
great
deal
anil
Co , Montgomery street, San Franeiaco, Cal.
to do all kinds of repairing and to make
any harness ordered I also keep a full improvement, and farming, includ­ making a perfect water tight joint. of the local voters of such precinct your hearers will look on at first
stock of oil and rubber robes, lap robes, ing stock raising, has become edu­ On each thigh, on the breast, on whose petition does not contain the rather dubiously.
horse covers, saddles, etc. A full line of
cated in securing best results. The the back and at the back of the names of a number of legal voters
The company being seated in
ras for repairs constantly on hand.
TONSORIAL ARTIST,
science of agriculture is merely to head, there are five internal com­ of such precinct equal to a majori­ regular order, the persons must lie
North side Third St.
•
McMinnvide, Or.
understand and take advantage of partments, each having a separate ty of all the votes cast in such pre­ numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, Ac. The
natural laws, and the improvement tube for the purpose of inflating cinct- at the last preceding general thumb must lie termed the first
Hair cutting in the latest styles. Cutting of
iadi e«’ and children's hair neatly done.
attained in recent years is the re­ from the mouth. When incased in election, and greater than the whole finger, the forefinger being the sec­
For a good shave or shampoo give us a call.
sult of a better comprehension of this suit the only part of the body number of names of legal voters of ond. The joint nearest the extremi­
BALLARD HUNTING,
“ C olumbia R ivkh Borre.”
and application of natural princi­ exposed is the face. A double such precinct which may be signed ty must lie called the first jonit; GALLERY.^TARGET RIFLES
All the Latest Novels
ples. The time has come when the blade paddle, which he uses at to any remonstrance against the the right hand is one and the left
Tlie best and simplest
farmer who refuses to adopt these will, driving himself feet foremost, granting of such license.
hand two.
S ec . 5.—That when the signa­ These preliminaries arranged,
Can be Found at lie
principles
in practice cannot suc­ and his little iron boat, modelled
to and from principal points in the
after the hull of an ironclad, named tures of an actual majority of the leave the room in order that the
TICKETS United States. Canada and Europe. ceed.— Oregonian.
“Baby Mine,” completes his sea­ whole number of legal voters have ring may b< placed unobserved by
MADE.
NEWS
going outfit. This boat alone is a been obtained to be determined as you. Suppose that the third per­
Elegant Pullman Palace Cars.
Silos at the East.
Strongest Shooting.
wonder. She is thirty inches long, provided in the preceding section
EASIEST WOSIIIS.
A correspondent of Hoard's Dairy­ twelve inches wide, with a depth of the applicant, shall at his own ex­ son has the ring on the right hand,
third finger and first joint. Your
Full Stock of Musical Instru­ Emigrant Sleeping Cars Run Through man writing from Jefferson county,
All sizes from 22 calibre
pense
cause
the
said
petition
to
be
hold
of
about
ten
inches,
completely
S
to 45 calibre.
The
ments and Stationery Always
New York, tells of several failures decked over with the exception of a published in such county for four object is to discover the figures
on Express Trains to
All prices from
on Hand.
in building silos previous to 1888, hatch which is protected by a water consecutive weeks in any daily or 3131. Returning to the room, ask BALLARD
1 5.00 up.
and only very few more any way a tight cover. In her hold are stored weekly newspapers published in one of the company to perforin se­
won more <
cretly the following arithmetical has
OMAHA,
Stand without a
success.
February,
a
year
ago,
a
prizes
at
Target
1
Third Street, McMinnville, Or.
signal rockets, thermometer, bar­ such county, together with notice of
u rival for accu-
Shooting than
Farmer’s Institute was held in that ometer, chronometer, maps, charts, the day on which he will apply to operations:
COUNCIL BLUFFS
k racy h n<l killing
all other makes
1.
Double
tlie
number
of
the
person
poweron large
of rifles put to­
county and facts about silos were revolver, shotgun, ammunition, the county court for such license to
| n | or small game
AND ST. PAUL.
who has the ring; in the ease
gether.
made plain. Quite a number made hatchet, rubber cement and patch sell spirituous, malt or vinous
supposed this will produce.................. 6
Our
the attempt with entire success cloth, bowie knife, small spirit liquors; provided, that if there be 2. Add 5............................................... 11
We guarantee '
FREE OF GIIAKGE amp WITHOUT CHANG
where the directions were followed stove, note book, pen and ink, cup, no daily or weekly newspaper pub­ 3. Multiply by 5............................... 55
Have been purchasee bj’
The result there was knife, fork, spoon, copper kettle, lished in such county, then the pe­ 4. Add 10............................................ 65
Close connection« at Portland for San Fran­ correctly.
the number denoting the
cisco and Puget Sound points.
satisfactory, and no doubt remains frying pan, quinine, cigars, brandy tition and notice herein specified 5. Add
EQUAL TO
hand............................................... 66
Cata-
that ensilage is as necessary for and ten days’ provisions. On her shall be plainly written and posted 6. Multiply by 10.............................. 660
E. R. Harrison, Chas. Chaney and
Anything
Produced
A
1
Iron
Steamships
leave
Portland
and
San
logue
dairy cattle as possibly can be. All deck are fastened headlight, com­ in three of the most public places 7. Add the number of the finger... 663
Chas. Allen,
Francmoo every four (4) days, mak­
IN TIIAT LINE.
through the far Eastern states, in pass and watch, making this as in such precinct, and proof of such 8. Multiply by 10............................. 6630
ing the trip in 60 hours.
ia just
9.
Add
the
numlier
of
the
joint
.
6631
Of Amity and is now reedy to receive
all the Middle states, in the West complete an outfit as a transatlantic posting shall be made by affidavit 10. Add 35............................................. 6666 Ask your dealer to show
k out.
Customers.
our ritics.
Cabin................... $16 00 | Steerage..........$ 8 00
and Northwest there is no dairying
He must apprise you of the fig­
of one of the petitioners and two
Round Trip-unlimited................................ 3000 carried on unless they have silos greyhound.
Illustrated Catalogue sent
||
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♦♦♦
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ures
produced,
6666.
You
will
resident
householders
of
the
pre
­
The business will be conducted with the in­
FREE on application.
■
and plenty of ensilage.
tention of pleasing everyone, and we ask a con­
Address
Í
then,
in
all
cases,
subtract
from
it
A Badiy Mistaken Bear.
cinct.
tinuance of the Public Patronage.
Some of our Oregon farmers have
S ec . 6.—On the applicant pro­ 3535. In the present instance there
J
A Michigan girl, while picking ducing to the county court the re­ will remain 3131, denoting the per­ MARLIN FIRE ARMS CO. 1
For further particulars inquire of any agent tried it the past year and report
THE
k
r. o.
20 r,
of the Company or A L Maxwe ',0 1’ A T A, success of the most reliable char­ blackberries, met a black bear ceipt of the county treasurer for the son No. 3, the hand No. 1, the fin­
ITEW HAVZ5T, CC2TN.
acter. No doubt the Oregon dairy­ among the briars. She turned to payment of the sum hereinbefore ger No. 3 and the joint No. 1.
M c M innville dairy Partland, Oregon.
run and tore her dress on a briar so prescribed, and proof of compliance
man
will
henceforth
realize
the
Is now prepared to furnish nrilk at all
The
formula
may
readily
be
A. L, MAXWELL.
times
value of ensilage and have it to use as to expose her patent wire bustle. of all the preceding provisions of memorized, or the varions opera­
G. P. A T. A.
FIRST (LASS MILK
summer and winter. By this means The bear, mistaking the bustle for a this act, the county court may give tions may be written on a small Lyman’s Patent Combination Gun-Si¿bL
W. H. HOLCOMB.
Per pint, one month, delivered morning or
Genl. Manager
corn can be made to serve as the circus cage, struck for the timber, him a license of the character and card by the performer for reference
evening, II.. per quart, $2
best of fodder, and while this is not leaving the girl to do without hug­ for the term his receipt may call and convenience.
Milk saved seperate for children,
a corn country in every sense, it ging until a dry goods clerk closed for.
no extra charge.
can be planted on summer fallowed his store at 9 o’clock the next even­ S ec . 7.—It is hereby made the
Though the democratic members
C has . W. H olman .
40 Per CMrt.
Oregonian Railway, L*d, Line.
land and cut in time to sow wheat ing.— Peck's Sun.
( 4.U—w
Iteduetlon In
duty of prosecuting attorney, sher­ of the legislature were few, still
X3T
Price.
the stubble.
iffs, constables and justices of the they were, in the main, men of
Portland & Willamette Valley R'y on People
8R"D FOB W»-<r« <:«lalo<a«
are finding out that there
The Imperial flag of China is of peace knowing of any violations of ability. In the senate, Wager, Ra­
of giirhta. Btfii-«, eic.
Until further notice trains will is nothing difficult about putting a triangular shape, made of bunt­
Addrcae,
ley,
Chandler,
Cogswell,
Irvine
and
the provisions of this act to make
Wm I.TWAN.
arrive and depart from Lafayette up engilage and that it makes the ing of a deep-yellow color, with a complaint
Veatch were strong men. Napton,
thereof
to
the
grand
jury
VI id dlr field, Ct.
House. S'gn, and Ornamental Painter as follows, to and from Portland. very cheapest food possible, costing blue dragon courant in the centre. at the next term of the circuit court Bowditch, Milk.- and Gambee were
MAIL.
85 cents to $1 a ton for the cured All Chinese men-of-war carry the of the county in which the ofiense good men in the house. We hope
M c M innville , O regon .
IGEAI NELC a DINB TOOL«
LEAVE
LicVI
Portland.... 7 15 a m Airlie........... I (»0 p tn product. While corn will do, it is ensign. Formerly it was the custom may have been committed after that the democratic seed in the
FOR ALL
(i
Dundee....... 9 00 a m Sheridan. ... 3 07 p m much better to mix with it clover,
Graining,
for war vessels to carry the flag of said violation and the moneys col­ present legislature will multiply
RIFLE8, Pistols s
Lafayette... 9 26 a m Lafayette..
4 15 p in
Paper Hanging and
an<l Shot Cuns.
-
Sheridan... .10 30 a m Dundee... . 4 40 pm peas, rye, or any forage that is nu­
province to which they belong­ lected on such judgement, except many fold by 1890. The record of
B«PT IN TH« W orld Send
Carriage Painting. Airlie (ar). .12 30 p m Portland (ar) 6 30 p m tritious, and the mixture makes the
for lilnrtraled Descriptive E
this session will afford the demo­
ed,
and
consequently
the
Chinese
taxable
costs,
shall
be
paid
to
the
For fui ther information apply to the Com­ the best possible ration for a dairy
Circular.
Prompt Attention to Orders from pany
Navy had about a dozen different treasurer of the proper county for cracy a good opportunity to win in
’s Agent at Lafayette, or address General
IDEAL MF'G CO.,
S
1 office, corner Second & Pine Sts , Portland Ogn cow. Within a few years the filling ensigns.
the Country.
general purposes. It shall also be 1890.— East Oregonian.
New Haven. Coan. r
—AT.—
Ho Everybody
FETZER & HIGH.
GROCERIES. PROVISIONS.
Bed Rock Prices.
For Sale.
Only Place in the County
The St. Charles Hotel.
0. 0. HODSON.
AV.
PRICE.
New Tailor Shop !
TONSORIAL PARLORS!
E. WRIGHT
W. H. Logan,
ftp Railway !i navigation Cx
„MARLI
N,
R epeating ri FLES
RIFLES
STORE.
Our Goods X 18S8
r
Narrow Gaase System.
J. B. ROHR,