The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, March 15, 1889, Image 2

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    THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER
PUBLIC LANDS IN OREGON.
The many inquiries being received at
the land office at Oregon City for in­
formation in regard to locality and char­
The adrerising rates of T he T elephone -R egis ­ acter of public lands in Oregon, warrant
ter are extremely liberal, and will be made the publication of the following state­
known on application. Special inducements
ment, which is furnished by the receiv­
foi yearly or semi-yearly contract».
er, Mr. Burney :
The Oregon City land district extends
Job Work of all kinds neatly and quickly exe to the southern line of township 8 east,
ented at reasonable rates. Our facilities are
among the best, and satisfaction given on ev­ the Columbia river on the north, and
ery deal.
the Pacific ocean on the west. South
of this is the Roseburg district, extend­
Address all communications, either for the edi­ ing to the state line.
torial or business departments, to T he T ele
No vacant lands are in the Willamette
rnoNE-REOtsTER, McMinnville, Oregon.
valley proper, but along the foothills, on
either side, and on the western slope of
Friday
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- March 15, 1889. the coast range. In the counties of Clat­
sop and Columbia the vacant lands are
found back from the Columbia river,
ADVERTISING KATES.
from one to five miles. All lands along
The advertising rates of T he T elei ’HONE- the Nehalem river are entered from half
R boibtc » arc as follows : 1 inch per month,
$1.00. 2 inches, $1 50; 3 inches, $2.25; 4 a mile to two miles back. These lands
inches, $3.00; 5 inches, $3,50; 6 inches, $4.00; are, or have been, covered with a heavy
7 inches, $4.50; 8 inches, $5 00; 9 inches, growth of timber.
In some sections forest fires have
$5,50; 10 inches, $6 00; 11 inches, or half
column, $6.50; 1 column, $12.00 per month. burned the timber, and only the dead
The above rates will not be deviated from. trees and an undergrowth remains to be
cleared away in order to fit the land for
A SCIENTIST DEAD.
cultivation. These, as all lands in West­
Captain John Ericsson, the celebrated ern Oregon, are well watered, and in
scientist, inventor, etc., died at his home many localities may be found good agri­
in New York city, in the 86th year of his cultural lands. The general description
age. He was born in Sweden July 31, of different counties in the state con­
1803, and while yet a boy he displayed tained in ciicula-s issued by the board
such a remarkable aptitude in mechanics of trade, may be accepted as correct de­
that he attracted the attention of govern­ scriptions of the public lands.
The following is a reasonably accurate
ment engineers, who afforded him every
possible instruction. From that time on estimate of the vacant lands in each of
his active mind devised many inventions, the counties of Western Oregon :
Acres.
of more or less merit, but all of which County.
exhibited remarkable genius. He was Clatsop............................................ 250,000
in the Swedish army for several years, Columbia........................................ 100,000
Washington.................................... 40,000
and rose to be a captain. He invented Tillamook
.................................... 600,000
and constructed a condensing flame en­ Yamhill......................................... 40,000
gine, which was found to be impracti­ Benton............................................ 60,000
cable; be also produced an instrument Polk.............................................. 50,000
Multnomah.................................... 25,000
for taking sea soundings, a hydrostatic Clackamas
...................................... 140,000
weighing machine, and numerous other Marion............................................210,000
devices. His mechanical inventions and Linn................................................. 440,000
contrivances are without number, and Lane............................................... 300,000
Douglas............................................ 200,000
enter into every department of practical Coos
..................
320,000
machinery. As long ago as 1828 he made Josephine........................................ 140,000
the first application to navigation of the Jackson.......................
.370,000
principle of condensing steam and re­ Curry........................................... 170,000
Intending settlers can obtain informa­
turning the water to the boiler ; he in­
vented the screw propeller, which revo­ tion as to the status of any reasonable
lutionized navigation; he invented a quantity of lands by corresponding with
steam fire engine; introduced a “link the land office, free of charge, but the
motion” for reversing locomotive en­ business will not permit descriptions of
gines, and a modification of the same is whole townships as the number of de­
in use on all locomotives. IIo came to the mands for such information is unlimited.
United States in 1839, at the instance of A directory for Western Oregon and
Commodore Stockton, of the United Washington containing full information
States navy. He furnished designs for in regard to vacant lands and how to
the war ship Princton, with propelling proceed to acquire title will shortly be
machinery below the water line, out of issued.
The vacant lands in Yamhill county
reach of hostile shot, which vessel is re­
garded as the pioneer of modern naval are especially adapted to fruit raising
construction, and also as the foundation when cleared of the heavy timber. A
ot the steam marine of the world. This considerable portion of the 40,0C0 acres
column would be required to succinctly within this county would made magnifi­
describe all his inventions and appplian- cent land for the raising of wheat. Al­
ces. By far the largest part of Captain though situated in the foothills it is be­
Ericcsson’s popular fame is owing to the ing taken up very fast and it will not be
success of the Monitor, war vessel, a many years before it will be the tinest
contrivance of his own before the year agricultural section of the country, that
1836, but not really put into practice un­ is for health and productiveness. The
til the latter months of 1861, when the farms of a necessity will be small, but
civil war of the United States was well that is an advantage instead of a draw­
under way. The naval combat in Hamp­ back. It is well watered, and the por­
ton Roads, in March, 1862, between the tion which cannot be used for agricul­
Monitor and the rebel iron-clad, Miri- tural purposes will make an everlasting
mac, saved the national supremacy at range for cattle. Alreadv some of the
Bea, and revolutionized maritime war­ finest beef ever sold is being raised in
fare. His system is now in practical the foothills of the Coast mountains in
operation in all the navies of the world. Yambill county.
His latest war vessel, the “Destroyer,”
OUR NEW KING.
was devised in 1881, which is intended
What is Harrison’s civil service pol­
to discharge a huge projectile loaded
with gun cotton against an iron-clad’s icy? has been the question asked by
hull beneath the water line. During his many men. Listen it will be told to
later years be devoted much time to sci­ you. In the telegraphic despatches re­
entific investigation, including computa­ ceived from Washington is a little item
tions of the influenças that retard the which is not given much prominence,
earth’s rotary motion. He also invented but it states that the railway mail service
the sun motcr, which develops a steady is in a jioor condition and that
power obtained from the supply of me­ the civil service laws on the same,
chanical energy stored up in the sun. which by a proclamation of Grover
His greatest discovery probably was his Cleveland was to have taken effect on
caloric engine, which was made in 1833, the 15th, or to-day, have been’postponed,
but not put to use practically for twenty and will not go into effect until June
years, when a vessel of two thousand 30th, time enough for Harrison to ap­
tons named the “Ericsson” was built at point a full republican corps. This is
New York and made a trip to Washing­ his much bragged of civil service reform.
ton, when congress on invitation in a To the victor belong the spoils, that will
body visited the vessel. The invention be acknowledged, but it is a lie when
showed great economy in fuel, but the the victors say they don’t want them
speed acquired was too slow to eoinpete and are in favor of giving the vanquished
with steam, so the caloric engines were a show. When a republican tells you
removed from the vessel. The small about the policy of the present adminis­
stationary caloric engine, of which so tration, don’t believe him if it is a new
many thousands are in use throughout idea. The old, corrupt, and only policy­
the country, is the invention of Capt. will be tlie one practiced by the incom­
Ericsson. His mind, so fertile in inven­ ing administration, and the American
tion and discovery, was active in his fa­ people will find it so belore the four
vorite pursuits up to his death. He re­ years have expired. James G. Blaine is
ceived many honors from various scien­ now the ruler of America, not Harrison.
tific institutions in Europe and America,
Some timé ago T he T blephone -R eois -
and was the recipient of royal favors
from many of the powers of Eurojie, be­ tek made the remark that the flag of our
sides thanks from the congress of the Union should float from the flagstaff on
the court house in this city. We say-
United States.
now to wait for a short time and procure
Blaine is quoted as saying there ought one of the new flags, with the additional
to be an extra session of congress, so four stars. Raise the money- by popular
that there might be some legislation at subscription. Some one start out for
the first regular session. “The next that purpose during court week and
campaign,” says he, “begins next year enough can be raised to purchase a flag
with the congressional canvass, and the in a day. ________________
party ought to make a record in congress
Wanamaker, the great advertiser,
before it. If there is no extra session
spends $5000 per week to advertise his
the preliminary work must be done at
business and pays a former newspaper
the first regular seesion, throwing needed
editor $1000 a month to write his adver­
legislation back.” James sees the need
tisements. He is now a cabinet officer,
of the party. They must do something,
and will he advertise the postoffice to
their past record will not sustain them
get business? If he gota per cent of
forever. Their coin might but they the proceeds he would.
want that themselves.
Chas. A. Pillsbury, the great miller of
Wanamaker, postmaster-general, was Minneapolis, stated to a reporter a few
a success in business life because he ad­ days ago that the wheat crop was very
vertised, and by so doing gained the short and that flour would advance
good wishes and good will of every news­ shortly in price. Tfie floui trust is
paper man in America. You have not “busted” and the raise cannot be attrib­
yet noticed a newspa;>er making a dem­ uted to that.
onstration against him and it is not
probable that you will. In other words,
Buckion’s Arnica Salve.
if you want to make a great success of
The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
life, patronize a newspaper.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers. Salt Rheum,
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapi>ed Hands,
The New York W'orM has sent a man Chilblains, Corns, and all Skin Erupt­
by the name of Thomas to hunt up ions, and positively cures Piles, or no
Pay required. It is guaranteed to give
Stanly. Inside of a year Stanly will be perfect satisfaction, or money refunded,
hunting up Thomas.
price 25 cents per box. Rogersik Todd.
HARDING & HEATH, Publishers.
STATE NEWS.
Livery, iF’eed. and Sale
Last week Fred Hainer was fined $35
and costs at Lvonsville for breaking into
the house of Jacob Sing and helping AMITY,
- - -
OREGON,
himself to a square meal. Mr. Sing had
Persons wishing accommodations in this line
found the intruder in the house and cap­ are requested to call. Everything first-class,
tured him. nsing a club in a forcible F. R. ROBISON. Prop. - - W. H. JELLISON, Man.
manner. For this he was arrested and March 15, 1 m
fined $5 and costs for assaulting Ilamer.
Notice.
—Albany Democrat.
Tax payers of Yamhill county will take
The Milton Eagle tells the following
story of an absent-minded citizen of that notice that the time has now expired for
burg: “Last Wednesday, our friend E. paying taxes without cost, and that all
C. Walker get a bit of court plaster-4or taxes now due the county are subject to
his nose, and a postage stamp for his a forced collection. Come in and settle
letter. He put the court plaster on the with the sheriff and save costs and ex­
letter, affixed the postage stamp to his penses of levy and sale of property,
nose and tried to crawl into the letter therefore to eave costs and trouble please
box.
call at once and settle up your tax bill.
McMinnville, Feb. 5, 1889.
Says the Kelso Courier: The shipment
T. J. H arris ,
of smelt is very lively just no*. Wednes­
Sheriff of Yamhill Co.
day there were shipped by express from
Partner Wanted.
Kelso, 23,725 pounds, and hv the steam­
er Kellogg 12,000 pounds. Yesterday the
A young, industrious man with capital
shipments were still heavier. The price
has fallen considerably, and sale are now of $1000 wanted for a partner in a flour­
ishing
business. Blacksmith or machin­
slow at half a cent a pound. The smelt
business is a bonanza for the express ist preferred. Address:
3-tf
A. J. S mith , McMinnville, Or.
companies.
S-T-2V-B-L-E.
Rev. J. S. MeCain and wife, who have
been residing at Grant’s Pass for quite
awhile, passed through this city yester­
day, on the Oregon Pacific train, bound
for the Siletz Indian reservation where
Mr. McCain has been appointed superin­
tendent of instruction and Mrs. McCain
matron under the new agent. They were
former residents of Newport.— Corvallis
Gazette.
According to the Pioneer of Astorsa,
that city has “two or three men who arc
worth a bal; million dollars. Twenty
that are worth $100,060; twenty-five that
are worth $50,000; twenty-five that arc
worth $25,000; fifty that are worth $10,-
000. Total 122 worth in the aggregate
$5,375,000,” which by the way- is double
tlie taxable property of Clatsop county.
Stephen Meek, aged 90, and a noted
pioneer and trapper of the Pacific coast
and Rocky- mountains, died in Scott val­
ley- last week. He was the man who
blazed the way for the first Immigrant
wagon on the famous “Sublette Cutoff’,”
and was a brother to Joe Meek, the hero
of many an anecdote of the early days of
Oregon.— Astorian.
An Oregon prophet, Thomas Alphine,
of Millers, a pioneer of 1841, states that
in 1856 it never rained from March until
after harvest and the crops were splendid.
In 1847 it only rained ten days in June,
lie pronounces the moon a dry one, and
says it will not rain in March. His ad­
vice is for fanners to sow their spring
wheat at once, for if we have late rains
it will then be too late after.' arils, and if
continued dry weather now is the only­
time. March will be a month of light,
but not killing frosts. If fruit is injured
it will not be until April. Mr. Alphine
considers the crop outlook a fine one for
this season.
William Barker, of Astoria, leaves this
week for Alaska, where he will engage
in canning “King salmon.” Mr. Barker
has been down to San Francisco getting
things in readiness, and returned home
before taking his final departure for the
northern field. He says that several
ships have been flitted out for the same
section; that all of them would have
been only too glad to have taken their
men and supplies from Astoria, but that
the difficulty—expeiienced by the hope
at this port, last season had a bad effect
all along the coast, and has been the
means of driving from the business cir­
cles of Astoria at least $150,000 this sea­
son alone, and that it will take years to
recover from the injury thus inflicted.
Judge Holgate showed us yesterday a
bill of the colonv of New Jersey for
eighteen pence. It has the words on one
side: “This bill of one shilling and six
pence proclamation is entitled by a law
of the colony of New Jersey passed in
the fourth reign of his majesty King
George the Third. Dated March 25,
1776.” On tiie reverse side is the legend
“To counterfeit is death.” It ¡sprinted
in New Jersey by Isaac Collins. The
shield of the colony is in one corner on
which can be made out the molto of the
colony: “Dietl et mon Droit” or “God
and my- Right.” That piece of money
was issued before the Declaration of In­
dependence. It was given to Judge Hol­
gate by his father when he was east a
few years ago.— Benton Leader-
THE CI TE SERVANT.
This Puzzle will be Solved for you Next
Week.
Among the best of the many aiithmet-
ical ingenuities is that of the dishonest
servant. His master had bought thirty-
two bottles of wine which he caused to
be placed in the cellar by the servant in
such a manner as to count nine bottles
on every side, counting on the lino of
the sides of ol the bin, thus:
1
7
1
1
7
1
Notice to Stockmen!
The high bred Holstein bull. a BICA, will be
kept for service at the farm of A. J. Baker, on
Sherican road, seven miles southwest of Mc­
Minnville,
TERMS. S3.OO TO INSURE.
Please call and examine sire and calves.
Arica weighs 240.* pounds. Now is your time
to get a $20 calf at weaning lime for $3.00.
Special rates fcr breeding of six cows. The
following is a letter frem Win.“Niles, the cele­
brated breeder of fine stock, of Los Angeles,
California:
M r . W, L. G ilson . M c M innville , O regon ,
D ear But:—Ycur Holstein bull, Arica, with
three others, were purchased in the East on
account of the superior richness of the milk of
their cows. The stock was selected in Hol­
land by an experienced person. The sire of
your bull is Prince Bismarck, No. 780. I keep
a brother of your bull for use in my herd.
March 15, Ini
Sincerely,
W m . N iles .
Administrator’s Sale of Real Es­
tate.
Timber Laud, Act June 3, 1878.
Notice for Publication.
L and O ffice at O regon C ity , )
Oregon, Mar, Sth, 1889. f
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of
June 3,1878, entitled “An act for the sale of
timber lands in the states of California. Oregon
Nevada and Washington territory,” Milford F
Nessly of Porland. county of Multnomah, state
of Oregon, has this day tiled in this office his
sworn statement No.’ 434, for the purshase of
the se 4 of section No. 4, township No. 2 south,
range No. 6 west, and will offer proof to show
that the land sought is more valuabe for its
timber or stone than for agricultural purpo:es,
and to establish his claim to said land bafore
the Register and Receiver ot this office at Ore­
gon City. Oregou, on Wednesday, the 5th day
of June, 1889.
He names as witnesses: W 8 Banyan, W W
Espey. E Espey and E Griggs, all of Portland,
Multnomah county, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to tile their
claims in -this office on or before said 5th day
of June, 1889.
W. T. BURNEY,
Marl 5-15
Register.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
Notice for Publication.
L and office at Oregon City, Or.,)
March 8th. 1889.
)
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
.with the provisions of the act of congress of
June 3, 1878, entitled “An act for the sale of
timber lands in the states of California; Oregon
Nevada and Washington tenitory,” Edward
Griggs of Portland, county of Multnomah, state
of Or., has this day filed in this office his sworn
statement No. 435, for the purchase of the s A
of nw and lots 3 and 4 of section ;No. 4, in
township No. 2 south, range No. G west, and
will offer proof to show that the land sought is
more ’■aluable toi its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, and to establish his
claim to said land before the Register and Re­
ceiver of this office at Oregon City. Oregon, on
Wednesday, the 5th day of June, 1889.
He names as witnesses: W 8 Banyan, W W
Espey, E Espey aud M F Nessley all of Port
land, Multnomah county, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
abova described lands are requested to file theii
claims in this office on or before said 5th day of
June, 1889.
W. T. BURNEY.
Marl 5-15
Register.
Attorneys for Estate.
L and office , Oregon City, Or., )
March bth, 18»9.
j
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of
June 3, 1578, entitled ’‘An act for the sale of
timber lands in the states of Califoi nia, Oregon,
Neyada and Washington territory,” Elmer Es­
pey, of Portland, county of Multnomah; state of
Or, has this day filed in this office his sworn state
meat No.43G,for the purchase of the nw 4 of sec.
No. 10 in township No. 2 south, range No. G
west, a; d will offer proof to show that the land
sought is mere valuable for its timber or stone
than lor agricultural purposes, and to estab­
lish his claim to said land before the Register
and Receiver of this office at Oregon City, Ore­
gon, on Wednesday, the 5th day of June, 1889.
He names as witnesses: W S Banyan, W W
Espey, E Griggs and M F Nessley, all of Port­
land, Multnomah county, Oregon,
Any and jtll persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to filetheir
claims in this office on or before said 5th day of
June, 1889.
W.T. BURNEY,
Marl5-10 Marl515
Register.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878. Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
Notice for Publication.
Notice for Publication.
L and O ffice at O regon C iiy , )
Oregon, Mar. 8th, IS89. J
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of
June 3. 1878. entitled “An act for the sa'e of
timber lands in the states of California, Oregon,
Nevada, and Washington territory,’’ John H
Rankin, of Portland, county of’Multnomah,
state of Oregon, has this day tiled in this office
his sworn statement No 433; for the purchase
of the r I of ne 4 and lots 1 and 2 of section No.
4, in township No. *2 south, range No. G west,
and will offer proof to show that the land sought
is more valuable for its timber or stone than for
agricultural purposes, ami io estiblish his
claim to said land before the Register and Re
ceiver of this office at Oregon City, Oregon, on
Wednesday, the 5th day of June. 1889.
He names as witnesses: W 8 Ranyou, W W
Espey, E Espey and E Griggs, all of Portland,
Multnomah county. Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said 5tli day of
J.:nc, 1889.
W. T. BURNEY,
Marl5-15
Regis er.
L and office . Oregon City, Or.)
March 8, 1889.
f
Notice is hereby given that in compliance
with the provisions of the act of congress of
June 3, 1878, entitled “An act for the sale of
timber lands in the states of California, Oregon
Nevada, and Washington territory,” William W
Espey, of Portland, county of Multnomah, state
of Oregon, has this dav filed in this office his
sworn statement No. 437, for the purchase of
the sw 4 of aection No. 4 in township No. 2
south, range No. G west, and will offer proof to
show that the land sought is more valuable for
its timber or stone than for agricultural purpos­
es. and to establish his claim to said land before
the R«gUter and Receiver of this office at Ore­
gon City, Oregon, on Wednesday the 5th day of
June. 1889.
He names as witnesses: W S Banyan, E Es­
pey. E Griggs and M F Nessley, all of Portland,
Multnomah county, Oregon.
Any and all persons claiming adversely the
above described lands are requested to file their
claims in this office on or before said Sth day of
June, 1889.
W. T. BURNEY.
MarlS-15
Register,
T’ine Zuine of
HATS anil CLOTHING
Direct from New York.
Having made arrangements with a Firstclass Tailor.
All Ready Made Clothing. Purchased of
me. Will be Altered or Recut
to Suit the Purchaser.
A. J. APPERSON,
Corner of B and Third Sts., McMinnville, Or.
NEW GOODS
GOOD NEWS!
When we talk about one we talk about the other.
OUR LARGE STOCK of New Goods means Good
News to every buyer of GROCERIES in McMinnville
because
THE GOODS ARE CHEAP!
I have just received a Full and Complete Line of
That is one good reason. It won't make you feel these SHOES, guaranteed to be the best and cheapest
I poor to look at our stock, as it does when you look at in the market. ALSO—A full line of C. M. Hend r-
i goods with prices away up.
son & Co.'s Gents' Boots and Shoes, and Ladies' and
Misses' Fine Shoes.
You will feel rich when you see how much a little money will buy.
But the servant managed, despite this It is good news, because
precaution, to steal twelve bottles, that
is, four on three separate occasions, and
yet, when the master counted he found
nine bottles on'each side, according to
his original plan of detecting fraud. Now
We are not ashamed to sell them; you will not be ashamed to buy
how did the ingenious thief rearrange the
bottles so as to stand the test ?
them. They Will be a Constant Satisfaction, because you got them at
All persons who correctly solve this
problem before the next issue of this pa­ such bargain prices. When in doubt where to trade, call on
per and send the correct solution to this
office will be entitled to a year’s sub­
scription to T he T elephone -R egister .
THE GOODS ARE HIGH GRADE.
NEW TO-DAY.
New This Week.
Timber Land, Act June 3, 1878.
Notice for Publication.
Notice is hereby given that in pursuance o1
an order of the county court of Yamhill coun­
ty, Oregon, made and entered of record on the
5th day of March, 1889, in the matter of the
estate, of B. C. Westfan, deceased, the under­
signed as administrator of said estate, will on
SATURDAY, the 27th DAY of APRIL; 1889,
at the uour of 1 o’clock p m of said day, sell on
the premises hereinafter described; at public
auction to the highest bidder; all the right title
and intesest of said BC Westfall, deceased in of
and to the follSViug real premises, to-wit»
The east 1 of the southeast j of suction 22, in
12 s, r 3 w, of Willamette moridian, in Yamhill
county. Oregon, containing SO acres, being
the homestead claim of B. 0, Westfall, in Yam
hill county, Oregon.
Terms of Sale—Cash in hand. Deed at ex­
pense of purchaser.
Dated March 15th, V89-
U F. HALL,
Administrator of said Estate.
F enton & F enton ,
After buying* Drugs and Med­
icines of every Drug’ Store in
Yamhill County, you will find
by comparing prices that
Rogers & Todd sell the cheap­
est.
WALLACE & TOOD,
grille, Oregon.
F. DIELSCHNEIDER, New Tailors and New Goods
LICSTZE OP
General Merchandise.
At Extremely Low Prices.
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We now have the services of
THREE FIRST CLASS TAILORS,
The G-reat
Transcontinental Route.
THE NADJY BAR!
In the COOK HOUSE.
Tlie Best Ear izi tKe
Stocked with tlie choicest Wines, Liqu irs
anil Cigars—Domestic and Imported-
WM. MARTIN. Proprietor.
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RcqtJrcmcr.ts
a Stenographer.
TH SUCCCC(1 J*s a Steif' r;q
AT B. & K'S.
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in type­
writing, a good jh - ii lt.an, a « -»-it»¡»etc lit cor­
respondent. In tin Shorthand Ik; r.tnv ntof the
-PORTLAND BUSINESS COLLEGE-
THOROUGH TEACHING ill shorthand, DAILY PRACTICE
in type-writing, careful instruction in penman­
ship and abundant drill in correspondence amply
qualify students for positions always open to those
fully prepared to fol them. Send fur catalogue.
A. P. A rmstrong , P rin ., - P ortland , O regon ,
Market.
of this Month, the LAR­ Eurisko
S.
Reliable Opposition
Boot & Shoe Dealer.
POSITIVELY
No Goods Misrepresented as to
Tlieir Q.nali’y.
F. IMLMILMEIM.
HOWE,
Carlton, Oreg-on.
And will have, by the 16th
J.
HIBBS. Pro.
GEST and FINEST LINE of PIECE GOODS ever
Third
Street,
-
McMinnville,
brought to the City.
Cascade Division’ now completed,
making it the Shortest, Best'
and Quickest.
The Dining Car line. The Direct Route.
No Delaye. Fastest Train«. Ix>w-
ost Rates to Chicago and nil
points East. Tickets Bold
to all Prominent Points
throughout the East and Southeast.
1 hrongh 1 oilman Drawing Room Sleep­
ing Cara
Reservations cau be secured in advance.
To KnM Hound PnMKengerii.
be caefnl and do not make a mistake
but be sure to take I he
Northern Pacific Railroad.
tiee
>’our ticket» read ’•
THIS LINE, St Paul or Minneatxdis, to
, avoid change» and Herioua delay» occa­
sioned by other route».
1 hrongh Emigrant Sleeping Car» tun
Highest price p i id for fat cattle, sheep hogs
and poultry.
on regular express trains full length of
the line. Berths free. lowest rate».
| Quickest time.
-----Keeps constantly on band----
From this date on we will make up Goods at from
10 to 25 per cent, lower than ever before, and will
Guarantee a First-Class Fit.
XTs
Trial.
R. & K.
All Meats of Best Quality.
Children Cry for
Pitcher’s Castoria.
General Offli-e or the company, No, »
Washington Kt., Portland. Oregon.
A J> CHARLTON.
As.t General Passenger Agent.