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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (July 30, 1891)
ARRESTED 1 OR THE CRIME.
8 ra- to 7 P- m From 7:30 p.
m. to 8:30 p.m.
Money order hours from 7 a. m. to 6 p. m
Sunday from 12 m. to 1 p m
Mail south cioses at 9:50 a. m. Mail
north closes at 2:30 p. m. and 9 p. in.
Mail for 5:45 a. in. train closes evening
before at 9 p m.
Sheridan and southern Tillamook mail
closes at 11 a m.
M ethodist E piscopal C hurch —Services
every Sabbath at 11 a. m and 7:00p m
Sunday School at 9:30 a, m Braver meet
ing Thursday evenings at 7:30.
R ev . J. T. A bbett . Pastor.
C umberland P resbyterian C hurch —
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. ni. and 7 p
m. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m.
K ev W iley K nowles , Pastor
B aptist C hurch .—Services every Sabbath
al 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday School at
9;ooa. m. R ev R. M c K illop , Pastor.
McMinnville Grange. No. 31, P. of II
meet in their hall the first and third Satur
day of each month at 10a. in. Visitors
cordially invited. J. R B ooth , Master.
Mrs. H. A. H embree , Sec,
Local and General.
AN AVALANCHE OF WONDER AND FIN
of For the Week Ending Saturday, July 20
1891—U. 8. Signal Service.
Murderlug the Burned Man.
Thursday the coroner finished I the
inquest on the remains
found in the ruins of the burned house
at Newberg. The jury- rendered the
“We find that the person found
in Luke McKerns old house came to
his deatli by foul means at the hands
of some person, or persons, unknown."
The jurors rendering this verdict were
John S. Larkin, John T. Hash, W. M,
Parrish, Andrew, Hagey, T. E. Jones,
and M. J. Jones.
Saturday Marshal Woods, of New
berg, brought to the county jail, George
L. McCullough, whom he had arrested
for the murder at Hillsboro, just as Mc
Cullough was stepping on board the
train to take his departure to a place
unknown. The suspicious cercum-
stancesing briningjabout the arrest are
The physician examining the body
found what looked like a knife wound
in the right side of the stomach. The
maggots found were near this opening
and makes the matter look as if tlie
person liadbeen killed by a knife.
From the fact that the burned ashes
of an old carpet covered the remains
when found, it is now almost certain
that the body was beneath the floor of
the house when it was fired, the floor
having been some three feet from the
ground at the place where the remains
were found. In the stomach of the
burned man was found undigested
young potatoes, meat, and berries, food
similar to that found at the camp fire
near the old house. It will be recol
lected that a sack w’as found there and
was identified as the sack loaned to a
tramp sometime previous to the fire.
McCullough is the person to whom the
sack was loaned. On the Monday and
and Wednesday previous to the fire
some of the ladies of the neighborhood
were on the premises picking berries
and were also in the old house, at both
times they noticed a bad smell, but
laid it to a cat under the house. The
old carpet was noticed in the corner
where the body was found. This man
arrested has been in the neighborhood
of St. Paul and Newberg for some time
past and bears a hard reputation. He
has served a term in state prison, he
was recognized by Attorny Irvine, of
this city, is the man he defended some
time ago for burglary. He was seen
secreting a valise near the old house
two or three days before the fire; the
person seeing him looked at the valise
after be bad left and identified it as the
one found in his possession when ar
rested. He states that he can prove an
alibi, but it can be seen that he is very
anxious over the matter.
He has retained Fenton & Ramsey
as his attorneys and states to the sheriff
that he has plenty of money at New
berg. When arrested he had only a
few dollars. Since the arrest the matter
of the murder of a man, Murphy, at
St Paul j last spring has been revived
and it is noted that a short time after
this murder McCullough crossed the
river at Champoeg going to Newberg
with plenty of money, and it is openly
said that if he has money secreted,
it is Murphy’s money. Monday he
was taken to Newberg for examination
before Justice Wright; Attorney Irvine
of this city appearing for the state and
Ramsey for the defense. He was bound
over without bonds to await the next-
term of circuit court. He is a hard
looking customer, having the same
nose and nearly the same eyes as Mar
ple the executed murderer of Corker.
The warrant for the arrest was sworn
out by E. W. Cox. of Newberg. The
people of that town are excited and in
tend to sift the matter to the bottom.
From mysterious whispers we have
heard, it is supposed that there is more
evidence than is given out.
This great show is booked for Mc
Minnville on Monday, Aug. 17, and,
regarded as a whole, it is doubtless
without parallel. Wherein it differs
from others is this: in its rare variety,
its endless interest, its boundless capac
ity to please every taste. Good things
with it are not doled out with a grudg
ing hand; they are poured forth in a
Niagara-like profusion, typical of the
great country of greatest enterprises.
Here we have a regal Romam Hippo
drome, a Five-Continent Menagerie,
Three big Circuses, a Wild Moorish
Caravan, performing droves of Wild
and Domestic Beasts, a huge Tropical
Aquarium, Aviary, Royal Japenese
Troupe, Arabian Nights Entertain
ment, Spectacular Pilgrimage to Mecca,
and Splendid Free Street Parade,
rolled into one tremendous alliance, for
but one price of admission, or, more
properly speaking, roaring, rushing,
racing, marching, dancing, gliding,
tumbling, soaring, diving and disport
ing under ten acres of tents. Whew!
the very thought of it fairly makes one
catch his breath. And not only is it
all a very great, but it is a very good,
clean, admirably managed show, under
the immediate eye of its proprietors,
and free from'any and every annoyance
or objectionable association. Had Ar
temus Ward lived to see such an exhi
bition, he would not have wondered
why it always took three grown-up
persons to take one child to a circus,
but would have increased the number
of adults to at least a score.
Thursday, the 25th, was the warmest
day on record; the maxium tempera
ture ranged from 96 to 10-5 degrees.
The 22nd and 24th were warm while
to-day is much cooler. On evening of
23d thunder storms were observed in
various localities, though little rain
The hot weather was favorable to the
ripening of grain but slightly injurious
to gardens. Wheat harvest is gen
erally in operation and reports indi
cate larger and more plump grains and
better heads than were anticipated.
Oats are doing well and ripening rap
idly. The codlin moth is becoming
dangerous and doing damage; the ap
ple crop will be poor. The hop louse is
fairly under control. Green corn and
peaches are ripe and plentiful; the
peach crop is the largest on record.
Prunes are generally not over an aver
age crop, though in Douglas county
the trees are heavily loaded with fruit.
Hay liarvest in sections contiues, and
all reports indicate heavy yeilds.
M c M innville ,
gle aim is to merit your confidence by polite The Moral Giant of Mirth and Wonder’s Realm !
and prompt attention. With the Purest
THE CHILDREN'S GOLDEN GATE TO FAIRYLAND.
Drugs and Low Prices, as a basis, we solicit -A.ttracti3a.g- E-ves^y-wKere th.® NXTise and. tlxe Good.
Our night clerk will respond to your
calls at any hour of the night.
That nice light bread at the Red
The week has lieen the warmest of
Front bakery is delicious. Try it.
the season, the 24th being especially
Chas. Grissen is now in New York.
warm. The weather has been cloudless
He will be home some time in August.
and no rain is reported to have fallen.
J. C. Cooper left for Detroit on Mon
The warm weather has brought
day last. lie will return in September.
spring wheat rapidly forward, fall
. The mountains now contain a con
wheat is being cut, headers are at work
siderable number of McMinnville peo
in the Columbia river valley; in Union
county and south of the Blue moun
Prof. Rigler, of Oregon City, is at
tains the spring was more backward
tending the normal institute in this
and harvest will begin about the 10th
of August. All reports indicate wheat
Miss Mary Cook, of Portland, is vis
to be better than was expected, by all
iting Misses Aggie and Kate Johnson,
This is what vou ought to have, in odds tlie grain crop will lie tlie largest
of this city.
From Unity of Diverse Monster Exhibitions to Richest, Rarest,
fact you must have it to fully enjoy
8. A. Manning lias put in a new side
life. Thousands are searching for it ever produced.
walk. Let others follow his example.
Reports from the wheat districts of
daily, and mourning liecause they find
It is needed.
it not. Thousands upon thousands the world, other than the United
of dollars are spent annually by our States, indicate a general deficiency,
At last we have found the reason of
people in the hope that they may at
J. E. Magers’ success in fishing. He
tain this boon. And yet it may be had this means a demand for American
by all. We guarantee that Electric wheat and good prices. Already there
Anyone wanting a competent engi
Bitters, if used according to directions are signs of increased prices and it
neer for harvest, address box 34, Mc-
and the use persisted in, will bring you bids fair to be as liigh or higher than
good digestion and oust the demon dys
Of America, comprises, in always Undivided, Most Tremendeous, Exclusively
pepsia and install instead Eupepsy. previous prices.
Six per cent, money ou long time of
Presented Magnitude, Grandeur, Purity and Perfection, absolutely the
F. L. M oore , office in bank building,
dyspepsia and all diseases of liver kid immense yield and prospective good
neys and stomach. Sold at 50c and $1 prices, resulting in prosperous times for
Don’t forget that Burns & Daniels
per bottle by Rogers Bros.
have over a hundred patterns of wall
Return of the Favorites.
paper to select from.
B. 8. P ague ,
U. 8. Signal Observer.
Harry F. Keene’s well-known com
pany at the opera house, in “Held by
pleasure we announce to our readers There is more Catarrh in this section of
the Enemy” to-night.
the country than all other diseases put to
they are to' enjoy the privilege of gether,
and until the last few years was
The Amity school will be taught by
to be incurable For a great
Prof. J. A. Buchanan, formerly of the
many years doctors pronounced it a local
North Yambill school.
first-class dramatic performance. The disease,
and prescribed local remedies, and
occasion will be the appearance of the by constantly failing to cure tvflh local
Western and Michigan washers for
less money than any one in town can
celebrated Keene company at the opera Science
has proven Catarrh to be a consttu-
sell them at Hodson’s.
house to-night, in an elaborate produc tional disease, and therefore requires con
H osts of R arest A ttractions N ever B efore E xhibited .
The Royal restaurant has come to
tion of Wm. Gillette’s greatest of all stitutional treatment. Hall's Catarrh Cure,
manufactured by F. J. Cneney <t Co.. Tole
stay. Come and see. First door south
American war dramas, “Held by the do, Ohio, is tlie only constiutional cure on
Infinitely More Worth Seeing than You Have Ever Seen.
of First National Bank.
Enemy.” The re-appearance of this the market. It is taken internally in doses
from 10 drops to a teaspoonful. It acts
The Yamhill county colt show will
More for the Money than any other has ever exhibited.
excellent company in a play so famous directly
upon tlie blood and mucous sur
be held in this city after harvest. Par
will be a notable and attractive event faces of the system. They offer one hun
ticulars will soon be published.
dollars for any case it fails to cure.
in our theatrical experience, and is one dred
The most Tents, The most Trains, The most Gages, The most Gars, The
Send for circnlar and testimonials, Ad
Elsia Wright expects to do some
most Chariots, The most Prodigies, 'Die most Wild Beasts, The most Amphibia,
dress F .1. CHENEY * CO., Toledo, O.
threshing this week. His cook wagon
The most Thoroughbreds, The most Artists, The most Aets, Tlie most Arenas,
pleasure in recommending every one to IW Sold by Druggists, 75c.
is completed and it is a comfortable af
The most Olympian Stages, The most Music, Tlie most Trained Animals, The
see,inasmuch as the performances given
The Willamette University.
most Races, The most Great Performers, Tlie most Lady Riders, The most
during the company’s former visit were
The Grangers are repairing their
Clowns, The most Ponies, The most Phenomena, The most Elfland Carnivals,
warehouse A new boiler and a new
of a most satisfactory nature, and as the
The trustees of the Willamette uni
The most Oriental Actors, The most Instruction. The most Fun for Everybody’
cleaner will put the house in good re
The most Liberality, The most Enterprise, The most Knowledge, The most
strength of the company has been versity at Salem will renovate tlie
Laughter, The most Satisfaction, The most Applause, The most People. More
greatly augmented by the addition of building this year. Next year they in ment house in the Valley.
than the Entire Space in this Paper Could Enumerate.
The total enrollment of the normal
several prominent New York perform tend to build a new building not to cost
insitute is now 70. Prof. Baker states
ers and now numbers fourteen people, less than $50,000. They have elected
that it will run up to 100 before it
we may look for a performance such as Prof. Geo. Whittaker to the presiding
we are seldom treated to in McMinn of the college. He was born in Boston
Why pay 16 cents for hose when you
and spent his life in New England,
can get the best warranted steel wire
wrapped liose for one third less at
It is true that Miss Gage, the leading with tlie exception of the past four
And we Purpose to Stay there.
lady of a year ago, is not with them, years which he spent at Marshall,
Change of life, backache, monthly ir
but tlie press of the state report that Texas, where he has been at the head of
regularities, hot flashes are cured by
the company is strong.
Wiley university. Prof. Whittaker is
Dr. Miles' Nervine. Free samples at
55 years of age, and is said by all those
Rogers Bros. 3
Pronounced Hopeless, yet Saved.
that know him, to be a man of com
If you do your own washing you
From a letter written by Mrs. Ada
should try “Washine,” manufactured
E. Hurd, of Groton, S. D., we quote: manding presence. He is a graduate
And Pay no Tribute to Portland Jobbers, who
by A. Kinsey. It will do what it is
“Was taken with a bad cold, which of the Bridgewater state normal school,
for years have robbed the fanners of Oregon.
recommended to do.
settled on my lungs, cough set in and of Wilberham academy, and also of the
finally terminated in consumption. Wesleyan university, of Middleton,
Teachers’ examinations will be held
Four doctors gave me np saying I
on the second Wednesday of each of
could live but a short time. I gave my Conn. His recommendations are all of
the following months: August, Novem
self up to my Saviour, determined if I the highest order, and there is no
ber, February and May.
could not stay with my friends on doubt but in the selection of Prof.
But a short time ago Mr. Jacobson
earth, I would meet my absent ones Whittaker for president, Willamette
moved to this city from San Francisco.
above. My husband was advised to
Is too Large a Profit on Implements. Port
He is now preparing to move to Dallas
get Dr. King’s New Discovery for con university has secured a good man and
The McMinnville Creamery.
land houses have made even more than this.
where he will open a store.
sumption, coughs and colds. I gave it an enthusiastic worker.
a trial, took in all eight bottles; it has
Prof. Peebles lias received a life di
Bucklen’s Arnica Salve.
me and thank God I am now a
ploma through the educational depart This institution was established two cured
and hearty woman.” Trial bottles
The One nnd Only Greet
ment of the state. This is an honor years ago with a capital stock of $8,000. well
free at Rogers Bros. Drugstore, regular The Best Salve in the world for Cuts,
SFA-TsTISTl IDA-lSrCER I
It was not expected by the stockholders size,
which is shared by but few.
50c and $1.
Bruises, Sores, Ulcers, Salt Rheum,
Art. Api>earing in Long Hkirts.
F. E. Rogers, Al Young and L. L.
Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped Hands,
Collard start for Clear Lake next Mon two or three years. A creamery cannot
Chilblains, Corns and all Skin Erup
day. They will possibly visit Crater succeed without cream any more than
tions. and positively cures Piles or no
The only pair of $100.000 Living TREMENDOUS HIPPOPOTAMI.
Lake before they come bsck.
Your attention is respectfully called pay’ required. It is guaranteed to give
The only Elfland pair of LILIPUTIAN CATTLE. The only flock of full-
a flour mill can be made to pay without
Misses Nellie and Josie Gortner are wheat to keep it running. This cream t» the fact that I have lately leased the
grown GIANT OSTRICHES. The onlv Wild Australian Utterly HAIR
Price 25 cents per box. For sale
now able to be about town. Mrs. Gort ery has not been a paying institution Powell warehouse, and will operate the ed.
by Rogers Bros.
ner is very low. Sadie, the youngest
simply because the farmers have not same this season in connection with
daughter, is considered better.
my own house. This move was neces
Dwarfs from the Flocks of Fairyland.
C. Fritz, the photographer, will go up furnished the cream to make the butter. sitated from the fact that last season
Tlie Smallest Bovines ever Seen on Earth.
the Columbia next week to take views
Most Curious Equine in tlie Universe.
of the magnificent scenery, which he question with the directors and stock my own house was taxed to its utmost Jersey bull, Duke of Dayton, we re
Romantic Scenes from Mahomet’s Era.
will have for sale when he returns.
holders whether they should keep the capacity, and as I am assured of a large spectfully invite those interested to call
A Sahara Desert Pageant Oiitsplemloring all other Spectacles
Agent Wilcox is now selling round factory running any longer or shut it increase in the volume of my business at the place of either undersigned.
Sons of the Prophet in Prodigious Performances.
trip tickets to Yaquina City for $6.00. down. Since the first of January the this season, increased facilities were ab
Only Royal .Japanese Circus.
This no doubt will considerably in creamery has not paid expenses. The solutely necessary. Both houses will Terms for eommon cows, $5; thorough
Chariot Races that would have Daunted Nero.
crease travel to that pleasant resort.
company is already considerably in be placed in first-class condition and I
F. W. M artin .
Asiatic, African, European ami New World Menageries
Chas. Talmage lias sold bis lot in
shall constantly endeavor to make
Grandest Amphitheatre ever Erected.
Tucker's addition to A. D. Simpson, debt, the result of running at a loss. Dayton what it should be (from its ad
Most Tliriling Races ever Presented.
realizing considerable above the ongnal With seventy-five gauges a day, and
Three Rings and Double Elevated Stage.
investment. There is money in Mc but two teams to bring the cream in mirable location at the head of naviga Large pitch fir engine wood, two feet
A Mighty Maz.e of Daring Mid-air Acts.
Minnville real estate.
the company would lose nothing. This tion) the best shipping point in Yam long at $3 per cord, double rank, also
Classic Athletes of Herculean Strength.
Whirlwind Bedouin and Berber Equestrians!
Miss Alice Potter was baptised in the is far above the avearge for the past six
four-foot wood at $2.50 per cord, on J.
river Sunday by Rev. Abbott, pastor of months, which has really been but little I shall, at all times, pay the highest W. Rogers' farm, 1J miles west of Mc
the M. E. church of this city. Twelve above twenty-five gauges a day. The possible price for grain, potatoes and
Amphibious Monsters of Darkest Africa!
Minnville. Inquire of
Quadrupeds that do Everything but talk!
others were baptised by sprinkling at
benefit to the farmers of having the hay, and am prepared to sell sacks,
S kinner B ros .
Double Drove of Acting Elephants!
the church in the morning.
Funniest Human ami Brute Clowns!
Sara Somers, the lady writer of this creamery running in their midst is pared to do chopping at fair rates.
paper, sends in an article on dried apple great. It furnishes them a means of
of Every Nation!
M. W. T allman .
pies. This lady writes some timely ar turning a certain product of their farms
The following deeds have been filed
Heroes and Heroines in Horsemanship!
ticles. They are well written and con into cash twelve times a year. A few
The Beauty, Grace and Skill of all Arenas!
for record in the Recorder’s office of,
Normal Institute Entertainment.
tain much valuable information.
The Challenge Bareback Riders of all Earth!
Yamhill county since our last report:
of the stockholders who have farms
The thistle ordinance like nearly all have made and are making prepara Yamhill county normal institute now
Pre-Eminent Charioteers and Lady Jockeys!
the other ordinances lias now become a
Tlie Racing Circuit of Twenty Centuries!
dead letter. The privy is now letting
Useful Kno wedge Made Attractive to tlie Child!
liams ; $400.
itself be known. We wonder if the furnished by another year. But unless
Tlie Mites ami Monsters of Rare Living Things!
marshal could lock a few of them up? the average is doubled in the near fu at the court house. Everybody in Helen M. Weed and husband to E.
The state fair nianagemet offers this ture the directors will be compelled to vited.
R. Harrison wj South Park subdivision
year the sum of $300 in premiums for suspend operations. There are farmers
die S F Staggs containing 124 acres; $1.
displays by agricultural organizations
W T Shurtleff and wife to E R Har
in Oregon; for display of grains, $75; who have refused to furnish cream be Address..........
....... Rev. McKillop rison J int in South Park subdivision ;
rasses, $75; fruits, $75; and vegetables, cause the company did not pay more Music.............
for it. Some haye made one excuse and Recitation ...
Warehouse receipts printed st this some another; but those who have been Music............. ... Solo and Quartette P M Scroggin and wife to Allison &
office in quantities to suit, neatly patrons of the creamery’ ever since it Recitation....
................The Contlict Sanders lot 3 block 3 South Sheridan ;
bound. Order them of the T elephone -
Lecture.......... . Rev. W. C. Kantner
R egister , as the work turned out can
.. .Solo and Quartette $100.
not excelled by any office in the inform themselves as to the cost of
P M Scroggin and wife to Allison &
A Fatal Mistake.
manufacturing and price of tlie product
Sanders lot 4 block 1 South Sheridan ;
You can fool all of tlie people some of tlie time; you can fool some
We reported last week that Wallace’s when sold, are well satisfied. Mr. Col Physicians make no more fatal mistak- $100.
orchard was nearly destroyed by lins and Mr. Reid will make a canvass tlian when they inform patients that ner W E Potter and wife to J R Sanders of the people all of the time; but you cannot fool all of tlie people
all of the time.
blight. It is not Mr. Wallace’s or
vous heart troubles come from the stomach
chard but belongs to a person whose among the patrons and farmers gener and are of little consequence. Dr. Frank Jr. lot 12 blk 13 Bibee’s addition to
Many People are Continually Expecting Something for Nothing.
name we could not learn. The Wal ally with a view to increasing the lin Miles the noted Indiana specialist has Sheridan ; $50.
the contrary in his new l>ook on
lace orchard is in good condition.
Mary E Little to E R Harrison 10
cream supply to a paying basis. This proven
"Heart Disease,’’ which may be had free at
George Scott was arrested Sunday will be done in the next few weeks and Rogers Bros, who guarantees and recom acres S F Staggs die and lots 3 and 4 They flutter around every new store that happens along and are caught
for being drunk and disorderly upon at a meeting of the stockholders to lie mends Dr Miles unequaled new heart cure, blk 2 Chandler’s 2d add to McMinn with every bait thrown out to them, and invariably come out singed with
which has the largest sale of any heart
the streets. He had a slight attack of
poor food in their stomachs. In contrast with such schemes
delerium shortly after his arrest and held August 29, a report will be made. remedy in the world. It cures nervous and ville ; $1750.
heart disease, short breath, flutter
Dr. Goucher was called to relieve him. If this report is favorable the creamery organic
We are Founding a Trade upon this Platform.
ing pain or tenderness in the side, arm or
He threatened to commit suicide.
will continue to run, but if unfavorable shoulder, irregular pulse, fainting, smother deed to nej sec 21 and wl nwf sec 22 t
Pure Reliable Groceries in return for clean cash or produce, and one and
ing dropsy, etc. His Restorative Nervine 3 r 3, 240 acres; $1.
There will no doubt be a bid made it will be closed.
cures headache, fits, etc.
for th«* warehouse business this sum
same price to all. This is the only principle that pleases all the
R. Livingstone and wife to trustees
The McMinnville Flouring Mills Co.
mer. The flouring mills offer to clean
Tlie ONLY GREAT SHOW You will See Here THIS SEASON!
Newberg monthly meeting of Friends people all the t.me. We are here to stay.
and store grain for 11 cents per bushel. held their annual stockholders’ meet
The grangers no doubt will do as well, ing on July 22d and elected the follow W esterfield -F isiier .—In
GIVING EACH MORNING, FREE TO ALL,
The Proof of the Pudding is in the Eating.
- if wheat goes up to 80 cents there is no ing officers for the ensuing year : Presi Wednesday, July 22, 1891, by Rev.
reason why we can’t be prosperous in dent N. G. Blagen of Portland, vice-
Try it. Remember the contents of every package that goes from our
Brown. Mr. Geo. H. Westerfield, of
president T. G. Brownson, secretary A.
store is Guaranteed to be Absolutely Pure in every Respect.
All Nobly Illustrating Twenty Continuous Years of Progress and Public Satisfaction
When she was a Child, she cried for Castoria
A China Egg Won’t Hatch out a Chicken;
store wheat at the rate of one and one-
half cents per bushel.
Neither will poor goods bring business. Our goods are of the best qual O2ST2E TICKET ADMITTING TO AT.T,
A. C, C handler , Manager.
H all —to the wife of C. Hall, of this When she had Children, she gave them Castoria. ity only; our prices are always the lowest.
Garden hose by the thousand feet di city on Sunday, July 26, 1891, a
Two Performances Daily—at 2 and 8 P. M. Doors Open One Iloor Previous.
g S c T odd .
daughter, weight 6 pounds.
Window shades. rect from tlie factory at Hodson’s.
S ells B rothers ’
MILLIONAIRE -I- ALLIANCE
WE ARE MODEST
Biggest Wild Moorish Caravan, Hippodrome,
Menageries, Circuses, Spectacular Pilgrim
age to Mecca, Aviary, Tropical Aquarium,
Performing Herds, Arabian Nights’ Enter
tainment, Imperial Japanese Troupe and In
numerable Features, Feats and Pageants.
He that Bloweth not his own Horn, the same is
HENCE WE TOOT
We Get There; Others Try To !
We Deal with the Factories
1OO PER CENT
MARTIN & SANDERS.
A Most Glorious Holiday Street Parade