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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 29, 1891)
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ALWAYS HAS FINEST PAPER STOCK.
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IS WCETH IDOI j L^I^S
TO A BUSINESS MAN.
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Circulation Guaranteed Greater Than That of Any Other Paper Published in Yamhill County.
M c M innville , O regon , T hursday , O ctober 29, i89i.
REGISTER Established August. 1881.
TELEPHONE Established lune. 1886
VOL. III. NO. 39
WAS IT A ( ' Y CLONE !
That Struck MANNING & UNGERMAN’S Store and Cleaned Out that Big Invoice of Stoves?
NO; IT WAS THE REPUTATION OF THE SUPERIORS AMONG TIIE PEOPLE
Far and wide, that made their store look af if a Cyclone had struck it.
But they have filled it up again with a
And at the low prices they are Selling them at, they are slipping away every day.
They have a Complete Line of Hardware also that they are selling at Bed Rock Prices, They arc the Oldest Firm in the city, and maintain a population of handling nothing
but first class goods and selling an Honest Dollars worth.
MANNING & UNGERMAN/
COTTAGE SANITARIUM I
--Portland's Most Beautilnl Suburb-
For the treatment of Nervous Diseases,
espcjiallv those suffering from nervous ex
haustion and prostration. chronic diseases,
and all those who need quiet and rest, good
nursing, massage and constant medical
care. At Mt. Tabor will be fou d pure air,
absolutely free from malaria, good water,
beautiful surroundings and magnificent
views. Ample references given if desired.
For further particulars, address the physic
ian in charge.
OSMON ROYAL, M. D..
Ninth A Morrison Sts., Portland, Oregon.
J S HIBBS,
Fresfi Meats of all kinds constantly on
hand. Highest price paid for Butcher's
T hird S treet . M c M innville , O r .
E. K. GOUCHER.
I. F. CALB11EAT1I.
Calbreath & Goucher,
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
M c M ixnville ,
O regon .
(Office over Braly’s Bank.)
W. NI. RAMSEY.
F. W. FENTON,
Ramsey &» Fenton,
M c M innville ,
Rooms 1 and 2, Union Block,
DR. J. C. MICHAUX
Practicing Physician and Surgeon,
J. I). Baker M ZD
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC
Office Upstairs in the Garrison Building
G. W. GOUCHER M. D..
A. G. SMITH M. D.,
Have associated themselves together, and
will lie known in the future as Drs. Goucher
& Smith. Professional calls attended to
day or night. Office : Two <loors east of
drug store. Residence within a short dis
tance from the Office.
Curtis ranch, and an acquaintance
Tlie Wheat Increase.
OREGON'S DIVORCE LAWS.
V A1JTQ ters are scoured and cleaned and the
streets sprinkled each day. In that
named Crownie, were held up by a
Stocks of wheat available east of the
city the street sweepers and carts come A
J Society of Men Who do not Ilesire to masked highwayman aliout forty yards Comparative Tallir of Statistica Sliowing
tliat Mutili ornali Counly takeN thè
tie Paid for Patriotism.
liocky mountains as specially reported
CAREFULLY SWEPT AND WASHED out at night. And tlie earts whieli
Dealer in Watches, Clocks and Jewelry.
to Jlra<lxlre<tx, amounted on Saturday
gather the house refuse whieli is depos A new national society has been or American river. Davis swore that the
Repairing of Fine Watches a Specialty.
Shop at C. Grissen’s Book Store,
ited in the buckets and boxes the same ganized at Washington, with the title voice of the highwayman was that of The comparative divorce statistics last to 39,005,161 bushels, nearly 9,000,-
M c M innville .
O regon .
George Nelson, a man who l»ore an ex prepared by Attorney E. L. Cox, and 000 bushels more than at the like date
Perfect Pavements nini Good Sewer, make as in Paris, is properly handled and “The Society of Loyal Volunteers.” It
read by Zera Snow before tlie state bar one year ago. Within the week tliey
It Healthy. The City of Glasgow Faya
is a society originating among soldiers
J. W. COWLS. LEE LAUGHLIN J. L. STRATTON.
association last Saturday, has given the increased 2,448,108 bushels which is ex
For the Street-Cleaning hy the Sale of the city at a price which about half of tlie late war of the rebellion, though
Oregon liar considerable food for reflec plainable by gains of 960,000 bushels
not strictly confined to those who
work. While in Glasgow I made a served in tlie field in its membership- were captured by Detective Hume in tion, and a repeal of the present divorce afloat on the canal, 522,000 bushels at
Minneapoliii, 514,000 bushels at New
Louis H. Gibson, writing to the San trip to one of the cleansing stations. Its primary object is to obtain sucli a Chicago. On Nov. 1st, Shinn confessed laws by the next legislature may fol York, 48,3,000 bushels in Manitoba and
Francisco Examiner on the streets of
revision of tlie pension laws as will
adjacent grain centers, 40.3,000 bushels
tion of tlie street sweepings, house re serve to protect the honor of those who On Tuesday, November 11, Nelson was pointed to investigate the subject
Paid up Capital. $50,000. European cities, says:
at Chicago, 217,000 bushes at north
Given a city perfectly paved in all of
volunteered for tlie defense of the Un
western interior elevators, 164,000 bush
Transacts a General Banking Business,
its streets, sidewalks, alleys and courts,
ion, as well as to provide for the neces
an unsuccessful attempt was made to this county. During these years tlie els at St. Louis, 169,000 bushels at
De|>osits Received Subject to Check
we may then have a condition calculat or for cremation.
sities of soldiers and sailors who served
Interest allowed on time deposits. ed to develop a very unhealthy city if
About 700,000 tons of this material is that cause during the war of 1861-65. reimburse Nelson for the time he been county had an average population of Montreal, 151,000 bushels at Detroit,
Sell sight exchange anil telegraphic trans
deprived of his liberty in tlie peniten 37,170. During the same years three 101,000 bushels at Milwaukee, 95,000
Those soldiers who have framed its
fers on New York, San Francisco and Port the proper attention lie not given to
counties of Pennsylvania, with an av bushels at Atchison, 77,000 bushels at
the pavements. A dirt road de-odor-
constitution hold that “tlie granting of
population of 4.3,333, granted only Boston, and 52,000 bushels nt Newport
Collections made on all accessible points. izes the impurities which come in con
pensions should be based solely upon
News. The larger decreases in stocks
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
tact with it. The rain falls, the impur carts were beginning to come in. As impairment of earning capacity.” of Mr. Bruner, who was in the legisla 149 divorces; three counties of New- were 620,000 bushels afloat on the lakes,
ities are liquefied and by this means or
“Tlie idea,” they say, “that pensions
257,000 bushels at New Orleans 185,000
by natural pulverization are made part scales and the material is weighed, so are intended to constitute a payment sage of the bill to appropriate money tion, 86 divorces; three counties of New bushels at Duluth, 121,000 bushels at
of tlie soil. Thus, through natural
for the performance of patriotic duty
, . .
man, tation, 56 divorcee; tlirei- counties of Kansas City, 76,000 bushels at Buffalo,
Successor to H. Adams
means, all of tlie impurities are deodor a proper load, neither too much nor too b
as tended to degrade the spirit of loy-1
4. * and now that I am satisfied of his in- Minnesota witli an average of 36,666 61,000 bushels at Philadelphia and 69,-
ized. An asphalt pavement, a stone little. They then pass up an incline to alty,
and has rendered such payment a
000 bushels at Toledo. On the Pacific
pavement,or one of wooden blocks does the upper floor of the cleansing works. ■nark of disgrace, rather than a badge nocenee I am willing to do all I can to population, 199 divorces: three counties coast the increase was quite heavy,
of Massachusetts with an average of
not admit of the purification of the of We will cite, as an example, a cart of honor.” The purpose of the associa
load of house offal. It includes ashes, tion is to have tlie surviving soldiers Mr. Bruner.
39,333 population, 189 divorces; three amounting to 1,823,490 bushels,of which
I nave purchased the Harness Shop of II. fal by natural means. The asphalt
counties of Maryland witli an average 1,000,000 bushels was at San Francisco
Adams ami will keep a
pavement is impervious to water, the
and sailors, as they appear before the
ami 500,(MM) bushels at ( Iregon points of
wooden block measureably so after it ble matter, cans, old shoes, particles of nation, represented by a patriotic,rath cases ever known in this country. It of 42,(MM) imputation, 84 divorces; nnd reported. The increase of wheat stocks
reaches the point of saturation with the
er than by a mercenary spirit. They
of Harness and Horse Furnishings
The impurities which come in contact with This is dumped on the floor or near an would bring the operation of the pen qualities of a man who, believing the erage of 38,666 population, 57 divorces. east of the liocky mountains only
people of Yamhili county are invited to call
accused to 1« innocent, did not tlinch. These comparative statistiss show that slightly exceedisl the eorres|x>nding
it. The stone pavements, of blocks or opening over a wrouglit-iron screen. sion acts of the country to this basis.
look over the stock and get prices.
He stuck by the poor fellow like a Multnomah county looms up with an weekly increase in 1890, 2,292,448 bush
otherwise, are, to a certain extent, im
Tlie society is to be made up in its
els this year as with 3,305,060 bushels a
pervious, though in the joints tliey it there is a suction from a powerful membership, first, “of those honorably brother and used his best efforts to alarming majority of divorces. The year ago. On the Pacific coast, how
may hold the impurities which will
discharged soldiers and sailors who
ever, the inejease last week was 1,823,-
give off their impurities at all times. part of tlie dust which discharges tlie volunteered to rescue the nation from was happy in seeing the prison bars county for tlie past year alone has cre 490 bushels, as compared with 605,000
same into furnaces which will be de destruction by force, and are now wil swing back, and Nelson’s good name ated a public sentiment in favor of a re
vision of the divorce and marriage laws bushels in the like week of 1800. The
state hold the foulness of the impurities scribed later. Tlie ashes and small bits ling to respond to tlie same feeling of restored to him.
now in force in this state so that it will total increase of wheat in sight (l>oth
which come in contact with them in a of coal go through the screen. The loyalty, and save tlie nation from de
Will Welcome All Masons.
more difficult to get a divorce, coasts) for the week ending October 10,
state best calculated to affect the health
struction.” To these are to be added
difficult to re-marry after 1891, was 4,270,598 bushels as conqiared
The Finest Line of Confection of the city. As said before, the dirt
the wives or widows or near relatives
with an increase of 1,090,169 bushels,
road, the unpaveil street, the muddy a little farther from the screen than the of such men, the citizen employes of will give a royal welcome to brethren a divorce lias beeu obtained. The com one year ago.
ery in the City.
street is its own purifier, the purifica
government during the war, especially
All kinds of Produce taken at the
tion is natural. Tlie soil takes up the tion is made. This coal is used in run those in tlie military telegraph, railroad world's fair. There will be the Blue ciation to investigate Oregon's loose di
It is estimated that 100,001) Ameri
impurities, and by a process of aeration ning the works, firing the boilers and anil hospital service, and other citizens lodge, Scottish rite, and Knight Tem vorce and marriage laws will report at
and otherwise renders them harmless. for other purposes. It is interesting to of good character who approve of the plars, Masonic bodies respectively to the next annual meeting witli a bill cans visit Eurojie every year, and leave
Call and examine my Stock and Thus it is that where we have well- know that from this sifting of tlie ashes objects and work of tlie society, are to join in a grand visitation on that occa that will be submitted to the associa there $100,000,000. And thia is where a
paved streets, artificially covered road more than enough coal is secured for be also eligible for membership. It is sion. Oriental consistory has appoint tion fortheir approval, and then taken part of the money disap|*eiirH. No oth«
er country on the face of the globe
ways, we must have artificial means of tliis work. The ashes arc mixed witli proposed to organize the society ed a committee of gentlemen of high to tlie legislature.
A. II. G aunt .
could stand such a strain and not feel
purification. Our zeal for the perfect
throughout those portions of tlie Un
wagons, ■which carry it as manure into ion in which any considerable number sistory Columbian Entertainment com Of tiie twenty-seven royal families of it. We are a mighty |>eoplc in finances
M c M innville
as well as gall.
new cares whieli require special pro tlie country. There is a suction from of loyal soldicis still exist, or which mittee. Tlie special business of this Europe two-thirds are Germans.
the mixing chamber which prevents shall have been identified witli tlie de committee will be to prepare a pro
I who live in cities.
the odors from making themselves ap fense of the Union.
gramme for the entertaiment of all
The perfect roadway makes necessary parent in any part of the works.
The manner of organization can be Scottish rite Masons who may visit
Goods of all descriptions moved and care
The bits of paper, fruit, cans, vegeta learned by application to George A. Chicago during the world’s Columbian
ful handling guaranteed. Collections will a sewer under it or connected with it
O years the standard.
be made monthly Hauling of a l kinds : and a large supply of water for Hushing bles and other materials go over the
Priest, secretary, postoffice box 160, exposition. It is the intention of the
it. Every street over which there is
Washington, D. C.
even a moderate travel should lie swept belt which carries this material to the
Each society is to have tlie oversight brethren in foreign jurisdictions to tlie
and washed each day. The sewer re top of a long series of furnaces. As the of the welfare of deserving soldiers and effect that when they reach Chicago,
ceives the water of washing and con material goes over the drag a man sailors. Its aim will be to secure em Oriental consistory will lie ready to re
veys it to a proper outlet. The general stands by to remove bottles, bones, ployment for them when such employ- ceive them as honored guests. They
process of street purification is simple fruit cans, bits of iron and other mate mentis needed, always to assist those I
I enough if the necessity for it is realized rial which has value. The ovens have who arc worthy and will be benefitted las
' strangers, but as brethren, and their
is ’ the road
! —plenty of water and a sweeping force. round covered openings on the top by assistance, and to provide bounti ‘ comfort, convenience and pleasure will
Most cities are in a bad shape with re
fully for those who are temporarily or be thoroughly well administered to in a
spect to their water supply, the water terial is discharged thereon,it is pushed permanently incapable of earning a liv spirit of that unity which characterizes
company, or water works, as it is call into one of the many furnaces. Tliey ing. Guardians are to be recommended the fraternity throughout the world.
ed, being controlled by a private corpo have connection with a smoke-stack for tlie families of deceased soldiers and This committe has been assured of tlie
ration, and, for the most part, one that 350 feet in height, which together witli sailors, and attorneys to aid, without hearty co-operation and assistance of
■ lias sufficient means of supplying tlie a strong forced draft from the fan, pre cpmpensation, when their services are such well-known and eminent Scottish
! proper amount of water for street-clean- viously mentioned as collecting odors, needed, though this does not include rite Masons as Gen. John C. Smith, A.
renders this material readily destructible
Pettibone, John A. May, Frank Luce,
all professional services.
The street washing and sweeping of by fire. Thus the odor is disposed of
B. McFatrich, Gill W. Barnard,
The object of the society is to dis
Paris is wort.iy of examination. How and the material itself reduced to a
countenance t'.e influence of unworthy and others. This will be one of the
is it done? Every street and boule cinder. This cinder is very hard and
soldiers, as well to aid those deserv grand features of the world’s fair. Ma
vard is swept at least once each day. is used in making fills in the low part
ing. In this point of view it is pro sons from all parts of the world, of
FORKS at all PRICES Take as an example the one on which of the city, and in certain instances is posed to take steps to secure the cancel every tongue, will meet here as one
A Pure Cream
TAYLOR'S ONE SPOON.
we are living. At 8 o’clock the carts mixed with cement and sand to make
Contain* Alum and Ammonia.
lation of pension certificates when such family for the first time. Words can
I pass up the street and carry away all concrete.
have been secured by fraud, and the not express the anticipated pleasure
tlie material which lias been deposited
Toillustrate the completeness of tlie
conviction of the parties to the fraud. that is In store for these fraternizers,
Dr. Price gives larger and fuller cans than those
in the galvanized iron buckets and scheme for getting all of tiie money In such connection it is intended to who have a language common to them
lioxes, which have been carried to the possible out of this kind of stock, I will “destroy the industry of prosecuting selves and will indulge on this occasion of any other Baking Powder manufacturer.
side walks and courts at that hour. The state that the tin cans are put into a
claims against the government in the in a feast of reason und a flow of soul.
walks around the boxes are swept at heated chamber and tlie tin and solder
Above cut represents the comparative size of one pound can each
name of beneficiaries who should re
Sugar Beets in Southern Oregon.
this time. As soon as the carts which melted to be run off into ingots or bars
ceive the full amount paid by tlie gov
‘‘Dr. Price's,” Royal” and “Taylor’s One Spoon.” These cans were
gather the refuse have left the and sold as a high priced metal. The
ernment on their account, not ns a col Edward Albright, of Ashland pre
’ street sweepers make their appearance. old iron is sold as scrap, the bones arc
lection forced by process of law, but as cinct, says the Jacksonville Time», this set side by side, then photographed down in exact proportions to
They are small one-horse sweepers, worked into a high grade manure and
cordial recognition of honorable serv year produced on three square rods of admit the plate in this space. Ask your grocer to set a one pound
three in number, which proceed down the bottles and scrap glass and iron
ice.” It is hoped to remove this ques- ground enough sugar beets to demon
the street in a diagonal procession, each sold in large quantities.
tion of pensions from party politics, strate that they can be made to yield can of any other brand alongside 1 lb. Dr. Price's Cream Baking
sweeping towards the gutter, the In Glasgow, as in many of the En also.
here at the rate of seventeen tons or
Over a Thousand Feet Sold this Sea
Powder, and observe the difference, as illustrated above.
one farthest from the gutter being glish and German cities, the droppings
son and Still Plenty of Hose Left.
over to the acre and that amount will
ing ahead, the next behind taking the from the horses are swept up as soon as
A Remarkable Case.
produced in sugar according to analysis
Adulterated powders may usually be detected by their heavier
collected dirt of the one in front and they are seen on the street and deposit
of some of Mr. A.’s beets made at the
sweeping it so that it comes in the way ed in a proper receptacle therefor. In
“Judge, you will regret this act! agricultural department at Washington bulk, as shown by the 6mall cans, and these scantily filled, often
sell you better goods and at of the third sweeper, which sweeps it Glasgow this material and the other That man is innocent. I have known a few days ago, 4,849 pounds of sugar. containing a circular to help fill out the cans. It is a singular fact
Money than any one in town. all into tlie gutter. After the water is sweepings are mixed with the ashes in him for years, and during that time Tt has now so often been demonstrated
turned on, and men with brooms scour the manufacture of manure.
nothing detrimental lias ever been by J. W. Wiley of Eden Precinct and that many of the ammonia and alum baking powders arc advertised
C ai . i . and S ee H im .
the street adjacent to the gutter and
The completeness of street cleaning brought against his character, You others, that the production of sugar
as “Absolutely Pure,” All official examinations prove that it would
brush the fragments of material into it. operations is the work of recent years. have done him a great injustice. He
beets is particularly desirable and pro
From thence it is all washed into the It is only a few years ago that all of the is not guilty and I know it,”
fitable in this valley, that it begins to be safe to reject all powders labeled absolutely pure.
sewer, which, because of the many cities of Great Britain and the conti So spoke William Boyne to Judge J.
look as if we are neglecting a great op
streams of water running into it, is nent were foul beyond measure, lt is W. Armstrong, after the adjournment
The economy in using Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder doe»
portunity in not taking advantage of
thoroughly flushed. In a short time dearly bought experience that lias of court in department 1, of Sacramento
Spreckel’s offer of a refinery if enougli not consist alone in the fact that much larger and fuller cans are
the water in the gutter begins to run developed these methods. Paris took county, on October 11, says the Willow
beets are guaranteed to warrant him in
perfectly clean and pure—so clean in the lead, though she is not now in the Journal. The utterance was made witli putting one in here. Who will take given, but Dr. Price’s is a stronger, purer and more wholesome bak
Fall Term Opens
deed that many shop-keepers may be advance. Glasgow is a cleaner city deliberate emphasis (and tlie earnest
the initiative in inaugurating the en ing powder than any other known. Does better work, and goes
seen using it to wash their windows, now than Paris. Berlin has the ap ness of the speaker thrilled those who
scrub floors and furniture. The women pearance oflieing cleaner than Paris be heard him.
farther, hence more economical in every way.
The aim of the College is to give who care for their flower carts, for cause no paper or other material of that Judge Armstrong had just pro The Truth About Smokeless Powder.
What woman would use an ammonia or alum baking powder if
whieli Paris is famous, dip their collec character is allowed to be thrown on nounced sentence on George Nelson,
Hiram Maxim, the scientist and elec-
tions into it for the purpose of refresh the street. However, tliey do not use found guilty of highway robiiery. Tlie j trieian, says it is a mistake to suppose she knew it ? Such powders not only undermine the health, but
ing them. It is to be understood that water to the same extent, nor is Berlin term of imprisonment was placed at i that the discharge of a rifle loaded witli
this is done at least once each day on essentially cleaner than Paris.
I smokeless powder is noiseless. There I ammonia gives to the complexion a sallow and blotched appearance.
is, says he no sucii tiling as noiseless ;
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is reported by all
tlie sweepers come out and scour thor An East Indian Prince has a $25,000 judge gruftly. “This man is guilty.”
gunpowder. The report from a dis-;
To the Student. It has better oughly all paved surfaces. When the I bed that was made for him in Paris. I “He is not,” replied Mr. Boyne, try- charge of smokeless powder is much | authorities as free from ammonia, alum, lime, or any other
Facilities for the coming year than rain does not come at sufficient inter I The mattress is a huge music box, ing to suppress liis passion, “This sharper and higher-pitched than that
vals the streets are flushed with hose. i while the canopy is a kind of elabora whole prosecution lias been vindictive from black or ordinary gunpowder; it adulterant. The purity of this ideal powder has never been
For the last catalogue address
At all times the streets are well sprink tion of the electric fan idea. Instead of and malicious from tlie start. Nelson cannot, however, be heard any thing questioned.
led. This is the Paris system; in Glas revolving fans there are full size auto is as innocent of the charge as I am.”
like so far away. The recoil of the)
T. G. BROWNSON,
gow it is quite different. The large use matic figures that majestically wave
of water is not made, though the gut- away the mosquitoes.
T’lII? CTDL’L’TC DP
lllh MKELIb 01
WATCHMAKER & JEWELER.
Complete and Reliable Stock
A. H. GAUNT,
HIGHEST MARKET PRICE.
TRUCK AND DRAY CO
The People’s Market.
Pumps of all kinds
Dealer in All Kinds of Watches. Jewelry. Plated Ware
Clocks and Spectacles. McMINNVILLE. OR.
Carries the Best Line of Choice Meats in
the City. Game anil Fish in Season. Poul
try, hides, etc., bought for the highest mar
ket price ami cash paid for same
attention is called to the fact that we al
ways serve the best meats to lie found.
Your patronage is solicited.
BON'D * FLETCHER.
Carries the Largest Assortment of
Harness anil -addles and also the
LARGEST STOCK IN YAMHILL COUNTY.
Hamess of all kinds Made to Order. Re
pairing Neatly Done.
Robes. Whips and all the Necessaries
are Kept in Stock in Endless
Call and See Stock. Store on Third Street,
THE COMMERCIAL STABLE I
Gates & Henry, Props.
Livery, Feed and Sale !
Special Accommodations for Commercial
Corner Second anil E Streets, one block
from Cooks hotel.
DERBY & BOYER,
Proprietors of The McMinnville
Situated at the Southwest corner of tlie
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
First-Class Drain Tile
kept constantly on hand at lowest living
DERBY & BOYER,
McMi inville, Oregon.
Argasd Sta ai hgü,
Sta d hgi: b? & Hssirri
M c M innville college ,
ON SEPT. 8. 1891
THE BEST EDUCATION
wilh smokek8B 1 Accept no Substitute; 11 may contain Ämmonia or Alum