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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 19, 1891)
A Well-Written and
JOB PRINTING ROOM
In a newspaper like the T ki . kfhoxi -R ecist »«,
IS WELL EQUIPPED WITH MATERIAL
ALWAYS HAS FINEST PAPER STOCK.
IS WOnTH DOLLARS
TO A BUSINESS MAN.
With Competent Printers in Charge it is an
Easy Matter to Guarantee Satisfaction.
“ A Drop of Ink May Make a Million Think.*
Circulation Guaranteed Greater Than That of Any Other Paper Published in Yamhill County.
M c M innville , O regon , T hursday , N ovember 19, i89i.
S/œtti'S: Consolidated Feb. 1,1889.
VOL. III. NO. 42
WE HAVE GOT 'EM! WE'VE EOT A DOZEN OF 'EM!
AND WE WIN THE FIGHT AND CONTINUE TO SELL THEM AT THE OLD PRICE!
We mean White Sewing Machines—the Best Machine on wheels.
They took the agency away from us because we Cut the Price 50 per cent, and was satisfied with a profit of
The finest Line of Shears in this county, both right and left handed, and Every
Pair warranted; if they don’t suit you bring them back and get your money.
Pocket Knives in Endless Varieties, Every One Warranted. Take a look at our
Carvers, the latest Patterns, and Priees so low we can afford to use them ourselves.
And don’t forget we are in it with the SUPERIOR Stoves and Ranges and don't let your memory cause
you to forget it.
MANNING & UNGERMAN.
The 12-cent sort was in green, with a
A Kcmarkalrle Cioltl Mine.
particle out of tlie udder. Then the |
steamship on it; the 3-ccnt denomina
milk is brought directly to the milk- ,
___ j as mysterious as those administered tion was ultramarine, with a locomo- One of the wonders of Australia and
CARE OF DAIRY STOCK AND [ room, where it is strained first through I A TRIBE OF INDIANS THAT USE wherein deatli is to l»e produced. Some five, and tlie 2-cent brown showed a one of the greatest natural curiosities in
a wire strainer, then through a cloth j
Dealer in Watches. Clocks and Jewelry.
of these drags paralyze the legs of the man on horseback. All these colors the world is the Mt. Morgan gold mine
-Portland's Most Beautifnl Suburb-
made of cheese bandages. In cold
Repairing of Fine Watches a Specialty.
runners, but have no other effect what cost money, and where a stamp was in Queensland. The precious metal
Shop at C. Grissen's Book Store.
For the treatment of Nervous Diseases,
Butter Making an an Art. Plenty to Eat weather I warm the milk to blood heat
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And arc l’osgesed of Secrets of Poisons ever. Other drags simply stiffen the printed in two tints, it had to go contained in this mine, which has jmid
especially those suffering from nervous ex M c M innville .
an<l Plenty of Exercise Necessary for
haustion and prostration, chronic diseases,
through the presses twice. Accordingly a dividend of not less than (6,000,(MX) a
ing the milkroom at as even a tempera Which Produce Results That Astonish limbs.
Rich Milk. The Prize Essay.
and all those who need quiet and rest, good J. W.COWLS. LEE LAUGHLIN J. L. STRATTON.
year, was de]>ot«ited by a hot spring.
“The power exercised by the conjur the entin' series was soon suppressed.
nursing, massage and constant medical
ture as possible. And when the milk Modern Medical Science,
Mt. Morgan is a hill about 500 feet
care. At Mt. Tabor will be fou <1 pure air,
ers over their tribes is very great, and
absolutely free from malaria, good water,
containing at its top a cup-shaped
ter, N. H., with its usual commenda it until the cream has risen. I use Among the Cree anil Salteaux In
beautifnl surroundings and magnificent
deposit made by the hot springs which
views. Ample references given if desired.
to break it. When an Indian feels an
A brief article in the New York Tcl-
For further particulars, address the physic
best essay on butter making, and re experience that pans of this size are sons has been reduced to an exact sci inspiration or an inclination, whatever egram allows that there are a few fools once gushed out there, and in this de
ian in charge.
posits. Truly a cup of Crivsus.
OSMON ROYAL, M. D..
ceived a large number of answers from more profitable than smaller or larger ence. These tribes never go on tlie war
up North who think that the repuldie
Ninth Morrison Sts.. Portland, Oregon. Paid up Capital, $50,000.
practical "gilt edge” butter makers. oues. I strain them to within one- path. They have not learned the uses through a singular course of training. is ill imminent danger whenever a tat Through untold ages the waters
The essay following is full of sugges fourth inch of the top of the pan. The of the ¡scalping knife and tomahawk. He will sit alone for hours at night on tered bit of Confederate bunting is ex drop|H‘d their glittering burden and
Transacts a General Banking Business,
Defiosits Received Subject to Check
milk is just tlie right depth so as not to Such a thing as shooting from ambush the summit of the cliffs talking to the hibited as a relic of the past. It js a now man comes and extracts the
Good butter making is an art. Our get sour too soon, and the cream will never occurs. When a Cree or a Salt clouds and listening to the sounds of noteworthy fact that nobody except hoarded metal to add to the wealth of
Interest allowed on time deposits.
J 8 HIBB.4,
Sell sight exchange and telegraphic trans herd is composed of cows raised from be of the best quality. I use a short- eaux Indian gets ready to dispose of an the winds. During tlie daytime lie is
the correspondent of the Mail and Ex Specimens of the ore from this queer
fers on New York, San Francisco and Port calves of native stock. When the calf
Fresh Meal- “f all kinds constantly on land. •
press saw Confederate flags in our pro mine have recently been sent to the
hand. Highest price paid for Butcher’s
Collections made on all accessible points. is between three and four days old, I this I take the cream off the milk into the conjurer of the tribe and that indi shrouds bis life and movements. He cession when the Grady monument
consider tlie milk good and take the a cream pail, which holds five gallons vidual deals out poisons that arc not starves himself almost to death. was unveiled. But it.would have been United States that they might lie com
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p in.
T hird S treet . M c M innville , O r .
calf away from tlie mother and feed and has a tight-fitting lid. I let milk known in any other place on earth. Months after absenting himself from all right if we had displayed a score of pared with the deposits of the great hot
sweet milk for a few days, according to set about thirty-six hours before skim They baffle the most skillful doctors tlie trilie lie comes back. Then he is a these old time souvenirs. They repre springs in our own Yellowstone park.
I. F. CALBREATH.
E. E. OOUCHER.
It was but natural to suppose that flic
the strength and ability of the calf. ming. It depends a great deal upon and chemists.
sent nothing now, and the loyal South Yellowstone springs had also a golden
Calbreath & Goucher,
Then we feed them skimmed milk and the weather when and how often I
keeps step to tlie music of the Union treasure in their cup«, but the most
Britisli army surgeons who have ex
dishwater, sometimes until they are a churn. In damp or severe hot weather
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS,
amined victims of the Cree and Salt ceive our teaching with evident com under the old flag which her warriors careful seiWeh by geologist« has thus
year old, putting them out in a yard I churn every day. Or after a thunder
eaux poisoners say that tlie deadly fort to themselyes. I found many no and statesmen called into existence and far failed to detect any trace of It.
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made purposely for them, early in the storm, if there is any eream in my pail,
used l>y them are entirely un ble and generous fellows among them, made a power among nations. ('olonel
(Office over Braly's Bank.)
The Finest Line of Confection spring, to skip and play and enjoy the it is made into butter as soon as possi- mixtures
known to science. Missionaril's and many pleasant travelling companions. James A. Gray, formerly a well-known
It seems possible that velvet fabrics
sunshine and grow to be strong, heal sible, or there is loss, as the cream
who came to Winnipeg with Some of them are very witty in tlieir Atlanta lawyer, very sensibly and fair will Is* revived tills winter. Watered
r. W. FENTON.
W. ML BAMHKYg
thy calves. There is a shed in one cor- seems to eat itself. I use a dasli churn. stories of the fatal liquids were not be own tongues. They tell very funny
ly explained the whole business to tlie
All kinds of Produce taken at the ¡ ner of this yard to protect them from
Now there is no use in objecting to this lieved. The only way they convinced and peculiar jokes at the end of a long Telegram re]x>rter. He makes it plain velvets are now in market, also cheq
uered and oddly designed velvets.
storm in winter. We have a barn for because it really is the best churn in
the doctors was by taking several vic
that the ex-Federal soldiers ami Nor Many of the new velvets are copied
them. We calculate they come to ma existence. Before putting the cream
tims before a board of examining sur
therners among us do not object to the
Call and examine my Stock and turity when three years old. If any
into the churn I scald thoroughly,then geons. These poisons are brewed in years I lived among them without fas occasional display of the Confederate from the old designs of the Medici and
Tudor days; and several historic dames
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beeome mothers before this, we get rid rinse with cold water. After we have
the most mysterious manner by the old tening either the doors or windows of veterans of one of their old battle flags. give their names to various patterns.
of them in some way, as they are not churned the cream till it begins to
A. H. G aunt .
Rooms 1 an<l 2, Union Block,
conjurers of the tribes. Tliat is their
They know tliat these flags now sug
profitable milkers. We have always gather into Hakes, I put in a small
chief occupation. They go into tlie any of my property, although some of gest nothing of the old war passions
No less eminent authority than SJr
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amount of strong brine, (which is salt forests alone, and come back to their my belongings tempted these untutor and issues. If a lot of people want to William (lull, of (treat Britain, lias
DK. J. C. MICHAUX
calves tlie herd produces, fattening and dissolved in cold water) according to
wigwams witli strange herbs and barks
petition congress for legislation on the said tlint the benefit derived from a
killing tlie poorer ones, as they are not quantity of cream in tlie churn.x This
which are converted into liquids that their fidelity’ and faithfulness to me, subject let them go ahead. But we university education, such as girls get
Practicing Physician and Surgeon
CARLIN & COULTER, Proprietors
worth tlie trouble or exjiense of keep enables the buttermilk to be more eas
work terrible execution among the and the splendid services rendered to would impress upon tlieir minds the at Newnbam and Girton, makis them
Goods of all descriptions moved and care ing. We treat the herd in tlie same ily worked out. Then, with a woollen bucks signaled out for deatli. No rem me and my wife during our long life fact that legislation will not make pa-
and their children stronger and health*
ful handling guaranteed. Collections will manner, keeping a Ibokout, and when ladle, I take out tlie butter into a large
edy has ever been found to operate among them, I feel duly compensated triots. The way for tlie North to win ier. Also that the ¿percentage of child
be made monthly Hauling of al kinds
ever one in any way becomes profitless, round butter bowl. Covering it with
against these drags. Death invaribly
and keep the South's brotherly love, as less marriages is less with the educated
we get rid of her, and the result is that nice cold water, I press ail articles of
follows, sometimes swiftly and witli passed and the suffering that at many well as loyaly, is to resjiect her sad women, and the [lereentage of children
we have, I believe, the best milkers.not butter together and the milk out, tak
times attended my work.”
J. ID. Baker IM ID.,
memories of the past, and allow her that survive infancy is larger.
I so much in quantity as in quality, and ing eare not to work it too much; then awful agony, but more frequently after
the lapse of months of dreadful suffer
people the same freedom of action that
there is always a profit, some years turn this off and proceed to salt the
POSTAGE STAMP CRANKS.
ing. “Fourteen braves have been sent
is enjoyed by the citizens of other sec Ella Wheeler Wilcox «ay«: “If 1
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC
Located on Martin’s addition, where the | more, s ime less. We do not 'make a butter. One ounce of salt to a pound to the liappiy trapping grounds by this
tions of tlie Union. The generous were asked to say what Is woman'«
show Ground was this and last year.
of butter is my rule, but in summer— hand,” said one old conjurer, shaking
South lias already accepted Lincoln as greatest fault, I would answer lack of
Posto fflce.Depart ment.
tried time and again, according to rules during tlie hot months, I use a little
a hero. When the North points to I ai ' independence. By that I do not In
Office Upstairs in the Garrison Building.
It would be to the interest of all given in agricultural books and papers, more salt, Half a teaspoonful to the his hand in a threatening gesture to
Rev. Edgarton R. Young, a mission No one has ever yet sent in a million and his comrades ns men whose honest any way refer to her dependence upon
persons wanting Lumber to call but it don’t pay us. If fanners would pound of butter. I use the best barrel
ary who lived twenty years witli liis canceled postage stamps to the [>ost- convictions and valor shine out lus man—the «ext's arc mutually de|>end-
G. W. GOUCHER M. D„ at the new Yard before purchasing [>ay more attention to hay-making, salt I can get. This is pulverized with tribes.
oftiee department, although 200 letters trously in American history, then the ent upon each other; ought to lie, and
a rolling pin on a cake board. Then I
Rev. Mr. Young is visiting friends in are received annually requesting infor sections will lie mingled together in tlie always will lie so. J would lie sorry to
would not need so much grain. They throw the salt over the butter, covering
A. G. SMITH M. D.,
All bills filled on short notice.
would find more virtue in the hay and it and leaving it until the salt is dis Chicago. He tells a thrilling story of mation aliout the prize of $300 which fraternal Union so anxiously longed for see any man independent of woman in
Have associated themselves together, ami
D. L. McCABE,
more profit. Tlie farmer himself should solved, for it breaks the grain of the his life among these savages. The mis the government is supposed to oiler for by our people everywhere. There is all things, or vice versa. Their mutual
will be known in the future as ltrs. Goucher
tend to it and not depend so much on butter to come in contact witli undis sionary is a man of powerful physique, that number. How this popular delu more in the men of to-day than there dependence is the mainspring of so
A Smith. Professional calls attended to
day or night. Office: Two doors east of
liired help, for tlieir elbow grease is not solved salt,and lienee the butter should and athletic proportions. “I lived with sion originally started no one can tell. is in tlie flags of the past. If the men ciety.
drug store. Residence within a short dis
are all right, never mind aliout the
not be worked after salting till the salt two of these tribes so long that they all For twenty years it lias prevailed, and
Tlie Ful pH anti the «tage.
tance from the Office.
We turn the herd out to pasture as is dissolved. Then the butter should be called me tlieir little brother,” lie said. during all that time people have been flags.—A ttanln ConstHut ion.
early in the spring as the grass will per worked as little as possible, and yet “They are a powerful race. The men making collections for sale to Uncle
Rev. F. M. Shrout, Pastor United
By a recent order doing away with Brethren < ’hurcli, Blue Mound, Kan.,
mit, feeding hay until tlie grass is plen hnve all the milk and water worked are large and very strong. As you may Sam. Presumably no one has thus far
“I feel it niv duty to tell what
Sign, ¡Hid Ornamental Painter ty, driving them to water twice a day, out and the salt worked in evenly. know, the Cree anil Salteaux Indians secured the desired million. At all the counting of mail matter by letter says;
Dr. King's New Discovery has done
as too much water will lessen the qual Then I let the butter stand ten hours, are the last tribes we find on this events thepackages of old stamps sent to carriers, l’ostniaster-General Wannma- for
me. -My lungs were badly distuned
The Only Sign Writer in the County.
ker has effected no small savings in
ity of the milk. In the latter part of
it tightly, because its exposure continent before reaching the Esqui Washington never contain more than a time which may lie otherwise employed and my parishioners thought 1 could
and Jeweler. Homes fitted up in the Neatest and Most the summer we give them corn stalks covering
live only a few weeks. I took five bot
to the atmosphere will injure tlie flavor; maux,” says the Chicago lieraid. “My few thousand; 60,000 were the most
Dealer in All Kinds of Watches, Jewelry. Plated Ware
or sowed corn, an ordinary pitchforkful avoid this as much as possible. Then work as a missionary was in a country that ever came in one bundle. Ordina for the lienefit of the service. This sav tles of ]’>r. King's New Discovery and
Designs furnished for Decorations.
Clocks and Spectacles. McMINNVILLE. OR.
to each cow. This increases the rich with my ladle I cut the butter into about 700 or 1000 miles north of Winni rily the collector gets tired by the time ing is estimated at about $300,000 a year. am sound and well, gaining 26lt«. in
It had been tlie custom since tlie free weight.
Remember Paper Hanging and Inside Fur ness of the milk. After this we feed
Arthur Love, manager Love’« Funny
pieces. For table use or home use I peg. The line that separates the In 4,000 or 5000 have been collected. Child
nishing a Specialty.
hay three times a day, keep it before press it together in half-pound balls, dians anil Esquimaux is not marked, ren mostly are engaged in this interest delivery service was instituted twenty Folks Combination, writes: “After a
Work taken by Contract or by the Day. Ex them most of the time, seeing to it that
eight years ago,to require letter carriers thorough trial and convincingrvidence
seeing that all water is out so as to give and while their hunting grounds are ing but fruitless pursuit, though many to keep an account of all letters, postal 1 am confident Dr. King's New Discov
perienced men employed.
ery for consumption, itea)s 'em all, and
Carries the Bast Line of Choice Meats in
good keeping qualities. For market I
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
dance of wheat and oat straw for bed prefer three-gallon jars or firkins, hold toms of the people are very different. for a time and bother every body they cards, and second, third and fourth ciin* when everything else fails. The
the City. Game and Fish in Season. Poul
try, hides, etc., bought for the highest mar
ding. Our stable is in connection with ing fifty to sixty pounds. These I Tlie Cree and Salteaux Indians are not know for contributions of stamps from class matter collected, the total num greatest kindness I can do my many
ket price and cash paid for same
ber of pieces handled, and the total thousand friends is to urge them to try
the barn for hay, with a loft for hay pack to within one-fourth inch of the bloodthirsty but once tlieir anger or old letters.
attention is called to the fact that we al
it." Free trial bottles at Rogerg Bros,
ways serve the best meats to be found.
over where the herd stand, thus mak top, covering it with a thin white cloth envy is aroused death more terrible
People are constantly writing to the postage on all local matter collected.
drug store. Regular sizes 50c. and
Your patronage is solicited.
Dr. Miles* Nervice for Nervous Prostration.
BONI) <fc FLETCHER.
Whether CAMPBELL or M KINLEY I throwing tlie hay from the loft directly sprinkled with salt, which will help to knife or tomahawk awaits the victims. put in their albums, both domestic and
keep it good.
I to the manger in front of the herd. The
Now I am not going to say as some Their knowledge of poison is extraordi foreign. Sometimes they say that the
I floor where the herd stands is of double do, “that I do not expect a prize” for nary. I saw many victims of the dead dealers charge more than they can af
plank. The stanchions are of the eom- what I have written; but I will say ly drugs administered by old conjurers, ford, and so they appeal to Mr. Wana-
I mon kind, fastened with a pin at the candidly, that if anybody who has and during my twenty years’ resilience maker. Awhile ago the postoflice used
Will receive a
top. The stable is ventilated by means been employing expensive ways for with the tribes had irequent occasion to sell specimen sets in its issues, un
i of windows and doors which are opened making butter, will try this way' and to administer to the victims, for I was used,but that was discontinued in 1884.
Carries tlie Largest Assortment of
i every morning at 5 o’clock, while the , follow it up continuously year after doctor, magistrate, teacher and preach A very interesting album i.s kept in
Harness ami Saddles and also tlie
¡work is being done, and again at 6 year, they will say that I deserve a er anil teacher for them. Many is tlie the stamp division containing sets of
LARGEST STOCK IN YAMHILL COUNTY.
Í o’clock in the evening. You see we ; prize for writing this.
time I have been called from my bed to all the stamps that the government lias
Harness of all kinds Made to Order. Re
don’t wait for the “liired girl” to wake
go and stitcli up some poor fellow who ever issued. The book is worth a lot of
How many a young wife’s heart has been saddened
pairing Neatly Done.
us at our house. In the winter time it
had been clawed almost to death by a money merely for the face value repre
About tlic German Empress.
Robes. Whips and all the Necessaries
by hearing the above remark ! And yet how often the
is a long while before daylight. In
bear. Some of these poisons operate in sented by its contents. On the first
are Kept in Stock in Endless
The empress of Germany is a stupen tlie most mysterious manner. One of page are the two stamps of Uncle Sams
I Watch for further information.
words are true; especially when cake, pastry or biscuit are
shed which shields them from the wind dous and overwhelming excuse and en the drags in common use when I first issue in 1874. One of them is for 5 cents
Call and See Stock. Store on ThirdStreet,
and storm. While out of the stable we couragement for any woman’s love of went among the Indians caused great witli a head of Franklin, ami the other
in question ! The reason is plain, yet it is “like telling a
treat them with ail the consideration dress. Augusta makes a magnificent sores to appear on the face and body of is for 10 cents with Washington's bust.
possible. They help to clothe and feed appearance. One would almost call the victim. No matter what season of Before that year letters were distributed
our families, and to furnish us with her a regal beauty. Nevertheless, she the year this poison was given its ef by mail in packages with accompany
Gates & Henry, Props.
such luxuries as milk and butter. We
fects were not visible till spring. Then ing way bills, and the prices varied ac
Our mothers used and are using Dr. Price's Cream
have regular hours for milking. They empresses are ever made, and it is only the sores would appear. After a while cording to the distance. On another
Baking Powder. They cannot be misled into using any
seem to know it and seem thankful to the glitter and the glory of her magnif these sores would apparently dry up page of the scrap book are found the
be relieved. If one happens to kick we icent jewels and the style of her sump and scales would apparently dry up first perforated stamps,which api>eared
Fall Term Opens
of the ammonia or alum powders. No dyspepsia no sallow
don’t kick back. Each member lias tuous gowns that cheat the eye intoad anti scales would appear. When these in 1857. Up to that time the stamps
a place of his own, and bikes it every miring the woman.
scales dropped off great tufts of hair had to be cut apart with shears. The
complexions, when mother did the cooking.
time without coaxing or trouble. We She is a big woman; always tall, and sprang from the sores. Then death fol , perforations were then made much
not allow any confusion about the
The first symptoms of ammonia poisoning, says a
lowed. I tolil some army surgeons at finer than they are now. It is said that
And Firstclass. The aim of the College is to give do
stable, especially at milking time, and tude not graceful, but imi>osing. It Winnipeg of these remarkable drugs the British government paid a large
New York paper, which appear among those who work in
never dog the herd. We do not allow was her height, so 'tis saiil, that gave and their effects, but my story was not sum for the idea, but the United States
Special AccomnuxlatioHN for Coinmcruial
THE BEST EDUCATION
earrion about the stable yards. Our her the throne. Bismarck, whose word believed. ‘Such things are not known did not give a cent for its use.
ammonia factories, is a discoloration of the nose and fore-
stable is furnished with a shelf where a was then law, remarked tliat Hohen- to the medical science,’ tlie doctors re- . Another page in the scrap book is oc-
Corner Second and K Streets, one block
from Cooks hotel.
number of stools are kept, which are so zollerns were running down in stature plied. When I went back to Winni-I cupied by the stamps of 1869, which,
head. This gradually extends over the face until the com
arranged as to hold the pail as well as —getting below the royal feet and peg again I took one of the afflicted In-. Were very beautiful that the print-
To the Student. It has better the milkei. At the hour, which is 7
dians with me. The surgeons spent ing of them cost entirely too much
plexion has a stained, blotched and unsightly appearance
DERBY & BOYER,
Facilities for the coming year than o’clock in the evening and six in the i prince marry the tallest princess that nearly a week in examining him. ' and they had to be discontinued.
Proprietors of The McMinnville
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is the only pure
morning, we take our pails, get our lie could find, which he did in the per ‘This is certainly the first case of the Whereas Uncle Sam's postal token at
For the last catalogue address
stools, gently patting the eow, telling son of lier present majesty.
i kind that lias ever been reported to the the present time are less handsome
cream of tartar powder that contains the whites of eggs.
her to hoist; or, as some one inclined
At a meeting of the county alliance medical profession,' was their verdict than those of almost any other nation,
T. G. BROWNSON.
to make rhymes, expressed it:
held in Union county last Wednesday,
The milkman goes with his shining it was decided Jto organize an alliance
“The only means of travel in that ever issued. The 15-cent brown bore a
Dr. Price’s Cream Baking Powder is re
situated at the Southwest corner of the
mercantile company. The company is country is by means of sleds drawn by picture of the landing of Columbus in
n ft /fet A I fO
be earned at our NEW line c." work,
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
rapidly and honorably, by those of
by all authorities as free from Ammonia,
to be incorporated witli a capital stock
■ <iiher sex, voting or old. anil in their And as he goes he cries “So, now,”
I own localities,« hcrever they live. Any
■ IS 'or I w In S one can do the work. Easy to learn. As he sits liimdown tothe briuillecow. of $15,000,for the purpose of conducting runners and pride themselves on their with the “Signing of the Declaration”
First-Class Drain Tile
Alum, or any other adulterant.
In fact the
We ftirnish everything. We start you. No risk. You can devote
spare momenta, or all your time to the* work. This is an
And then brushing all the dirt off tlie a general merchandise business in that powers of endurance in that line. If in purple. The 30-cent stamp had a
kept constantly on hand at lowest living your
entirely new Icad.and brings wonderful success to every worker.
Ueginiieri aru earning from $25 to $50 per week and upwards, udder, if there be any, we quietly milk county.
lovely design representing a shield, ea-
Al what point will l>e decided
DERBY A BOYER,
and more after a littla experience. We cau furnish you the em
MeMi invilir, Oregon.
COTTAGE SANITARIUM I
FACTS FOR FARMERS.
A. H. GAUNT,
Ramsey à Fenton,
H ighest market price .
TRUCK AND DRAY CO.,
NEW LUMBER YARD.
J. B. ROHR,
WM. HOLL, l ui se,
The People’s Market.
THE COMMERCIAL STABLE !
Livery, Feed and Sale!
M c M innville college ,
ON SEPT. 8. 1891
inEimalion Hlkk. '1'K I B .V < <J.. Al GlSTA. MAINE-
Can’t Cook as Mother Did!