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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (March 3, 1892)
NOT A BOLTER.
As They See it.
ROADS AND ROAD MAKING.
A special from Washington to the
(By E. B. Collard.)
There Will he Some In Yamhill.
Mail and Exprese says; “It is hinted
An interchange of ideas is of mutual
here on the authority of western demo
benefit to all parties concerned, in fact
crats that Grover Cleveland has a sur-1 The road supervisors of Yamhill is the only way to arrive at correct con
One Copy, per year, inadvance................. $1 00 prise in store for the anti-Hill men in phone -R egister , of McMinnville, for clusions on any subject; and as you
Oae Copy, six month, in advance.............
30 New York. The visit of the ex-presi-
have kindly opened your columns for
dent to Michigan was full of confer publication, an article on roads and the free expression of our opinions on
Entered at the joetoffiee at McMinnville ences with leading democrats, and the road building. Then we want to hear the subject of roads and road work, I
Oregon, as second-class matter.
general opinion of the men who talked from the people who travel over their will briefly give my views. But first
alleged roads. There are very few
to Cleveland was that he should re
let me call the attention of tlie readers
T hk advertising R ates of T he T ele frain from ap]>caring as a “bolter.” roads in Oregon. The rest are just ex of your valuable paper to the continual
phone -R egister are liberal, taking in
increase of travel on our roads and the
consideration the circulation. Single Basing his action on tills advice, it is
inch, |1.00, each subsequent inch, 1.75. now claimed that Cleveland will very
necessity of a better system of work
Very Near Right.
Special inducements for yearly or semi-
soon inform his late secretary of the
than the old way of working out our
treasury that he does not wish him to
Now, as a matter of fact, if tlie na road tax. While I would not seriously
* * *
J ob W ork N eatly A m » Q uickly E xecuted proceed with the May convention. He
tional democratic convention which object to working the tax, I object to
at reasonable rates Our facilities are
the best in Yamhill county and as good will tell him that he does not. care meets in Chicago on the 21st day of the way the work was distributed.
as any in the state A complete steam to go to Chicago as a “bolter” or a
June, 1892, should in their wisdom fix Our towns had most of the work and
plant insures quick work.
"kicker,” and precipitate an active it up this way, for president, Horace the outlying districts had many miles
» * *
R esolctions of C ondolxnce and all O bit - anti-Hill light at the beginning of the Boies, of Iowa; for vice president, R. II. of roads and but little work, hence bad
uary Poetry will be charged for at regular
convention and perhaps sustain defeat Flower, of New York, then indeed roads. Under the system adopted by
at the end. In place of such, a per. with such leaders, we could inarch on our county court the money will be
A ll C ommunications M ust B e S igned B y formalice he prefers to let the Hill con
used where most needed and I would
to victory.— Albany Democrat.
the person who sends them, not for pub
lication, unless unaccompanied by a “non vention stand and let the other states
ask the people to reserve their judg
de plume,” but for a guarantee of good send Cleveland delegates to Chicago.
I m It Foftftible.
ment until we give this system a fair
faith. No publications will be published
Mr. Cleveland has lieen advised that
trial. It cannot be more faulty than
unles3 so signed.
County Superintendent L. H. Baker the old one.
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the effect of the solid Hill delegation
A ddress A ll C ommunications . E ither For.
informs us that he will not be a candi While it will in measure be impossi
the editorial or business departments, to from New York, such as already se
T he T elephone -R egister , McMinnville, lected will not hurt his cause licfore date for re-election, as be has held that ble for me to carry out my plan of
that convention, half so much as a con office for a number of terms and thinks working the roads, owing to the small
S ample C opies O f T he T elephone -R egis test in which he appears as a bolter best to let some one else have it. Mr. amount of funds, I will, as nearly as
ter will be mailed to any person in the from the regular party.
The conven Buchanan, of Amity, and two gentle possible. First the road should be
United States or Europe, who desires one,
tion will lie thorougly cognizant of the men of Dayton, are said to be candi cleared of all underbrush, timber and
free of charge
character of the Hill delegation and dates for the office. This is a very im stumps the full width and a thorough
W e I nvite You To C ompare T he T ele
portant office and we hope the right
system of drainage adopted. Water
phone -R egister with any other paper with an overwhelming number of dele
published in Yamhill county.
gates from other states be can win with man will lie found for the place.— should not be allowed to stand in tlie
out New York. Therefore, Cleveland Graphic.
ditches as it now does in most of our
All eubscribere who do not receive their will call off his May convention and
roads. When this is done, in my
It Needs Castori».
paper regularly will confer a favor by im go to work for delegates from the states,
judgment, the most difficult problem
mediately reporting the tame to thin office
but at the same time keep up the anti-
For some reason, or more likely with of road work will be solved. Owing to
Hill work in New York to show that
out any particular reason, we hear al our county being comparatively level
Thursday, March 3, 1892.
the opposition to the senator has nei
most nothing lately of that interesting it will be necessarry to grade most of
ther languished nor died.
infant, Reciprocity. Is the babe dead, the roads. On all sixty feet roads the
J. K. Weatherford, of Albany, will
or sick, or has it been kidnapped? It is grade should be not less than forty feet
probably be the nominee of the demo
aliout time that it was dressed up in wide on the base. All culverts should
cratic party of this district for congress
Yellow-haired Marie Nevins Blaine the finest of campaign clothes and ex be box or tile, at least 24 feet long;
—that is if Mr. Weatherford will ac- lias thrown the gauntlet down to Jas.
hibited proudly to view. But since its this will give a good way and the cul
G. Blaine, secretary of state, and asks male parent is out of the presidential verts will be less likely to fill up by
him to publish the full text of letters list, perhaps the cherub is being neg teams driving over the ends. We are
Wyoming, where the power of
not properly equipped for effective
from her to his son, that he has pub lected.— Telegram.
In Tlieir Latest Success
women in affairs of government is the
work; each district should be provided
licly quoted from. They will lie inter
greatest, has one divorce to every six
with a road grader and heavy roller,
esting letters, and while the people of
He is£of the Kind it Suits.
marriages. This proportion is greater
the plow and dump scraper are too
the United States will anxiously await
than that of any other state.
I have combined a full stock of
Carnegie, who is reported to be slow. Making roads with such imple
their publication, he will not do as re
The good custom of rich men in be quested. She will. Miss Nevins al worth at least a dollar and a half, or ments is too much like cutting wheat
queathing some ]>ortion of their estate ways liked notoriety and she seems to may be as much as six bits has come with a grain cradle.
Theatre goers and lovers of Refin
Whether this system is to be perma
to public purposes is now so general have nearly reached the height of hir out strong for Harrison and the Mc
From Columbus to Bar Kinley bill. He swears it is the sort nent or not, the county should furnish ed Merriment of the Highest Order
thyt it is almost a matter of surprise ambition.
’With my stock of
when a millionaire’s will is found to Harbor, in fast, everywhere she went, of tariff that suits the real interests of improved machinery so that the mon
ey can be effectively and economically
contain no spell provision. A gradu she had a following of the latest stvle
ated income tax would more than gallants, and if these gentlemen would erly one. Now he hires several and expended. If each district will work a ment that the
remedy all such omissions, and would open their mouths there would lie an has cut down their wages. His talk portion of the road thoroughly each
have the additional advantage of per opening of eyes and an expression of and his act don’t fit exactly. Shut up year, in a few years the whole can be
made good but if we continue to patch STAR DRAMATIC CO.
mitting the community to appreciate surprise from all the very good people; or put up.— Jl’c/comc.
them up as the work has been done STAR DRAMATIC CO.
its millionaires without waiting for a probably the sympathy she has created
Boodle Makes Friendship.
heretofore, just so long will our roads STAR DRAMATIC CO.
be bad during the wet season. At an STAR DRAMATIC CO.
we should judge, from an acquaintance
A line of
It is reported that all is not serene in
In another column on thia page ap with the young lady, was some of her
another time I may give another rea
pears an article from E. B. Collard own work. Tiie sweet smiles, the red
son why the farming community
supervisor of road district No. 3, giving lips, tlie dancing eyes, tlie perfect form, President Harrison would like an op should support all movements that
his ideas about the proper construction, the long yellow hair, the witty sugges
will in the end give us better roads.
In fact, I have made
etc. W« would be pleased to hear from tive conversation and the semi-mascu
all parties interested in this subject. line attractions of this belle would turn
A COMPLETE COMBINATION,
It is characteristic of the average
Next week an article from Henry Gee —has turned—tlie heads of stronger- of gratitude. There are few men who New York mugwump says tlie Demo
As to stocks, but not with any
supervisor [of road district No. 2. Mr. minded |>eople than young Jas. G. would have donated as large an amount cratic Chicago Herald, to believe that
firm or mem
Macy and Mr. Waiddle will alsofurnish Blaine. He came into her life, and see
tariff reform begins and ends in Grover
articles on this important question. ing a chance for a little judicious ad Harrison's election as did the pious Mr. Cleveland. Yet tariff reform was the
The columns of this paper are at all vertising, he was used.- She has al Wanamaker.— Renton Lender.
battle cry of Samuel J. Tilden in 1876. WILL PLAY ONE NIGHT ONLY!
times open for tlie discussion of this ways had a mania for tlie stage and af
Tilden carried the county by about a
At the old stand, where PRICES
A Better Chance to Talk.
quarter of a million majoriy on a plat ATGAKRISON OPERA HOUSE i AND GOODS CAN T BE BEAT
ter all this we expect to see her name
Infomation has been received by one form declaring more pointedly and
on all the bill boards of tlie country.
The democratic party does not need,
Call and see me before buying.
At any rate the people have had enough of our citizens from the general mana emphatically for tariff reform than did
and does not want a nominee from
of the matter and tlie young boobies ger of the Oregon & Washington tele either of the platforms on which Cleve
New York. A man from the west will
should retire to obscurity for a time at phone company that in the near future land made two campaigns. Tilden’s
Itoli more votes than a man from New
a telephone line will be put up from letter accepting the nomination in 1876
York, + or years tlie candidates have
Portland to Corvallis, via McMinnville as vigorously affirmed the correctness
been from New York and for years the
THE TROUBLE IN 1890.
and Independence from hereto Albany of the principle of a tariff for revenue
democratic party has l«en defeated,
Gov. McKinley says of his party: and thence to Salem. The line is al only as did Cleveland’s eleventh-hour
with the exception of once. Presiden
ready in operation between Salem and message in 1887. The mugwumps are
tial timber grows in all the states and “We lost in 1890 by listening to the
Portland and this new line will com lioth forgetful and short-sighted. Tlie
it is necessary that some of it lie select
the circuit.— CornaUix Gazette.
doctrine of a tariff for revenue only was
ed this year. Try a better growth in
a cardinal principle of democracy be
♦ » »
the west. Boies, Carlisle, Palmer,
fore Clevelsnd was. dreamed of for the
Vilas are all good men and any of them
presidency. It will remain an imjier-
can lead the democratic party to vic “The shopping women did it.”
Fifty miles from Astoria, in the up ishable article of the true democratic |
The shopping women did not get tlieir
tory ill 1892.
prices from tlie campaign prophet but per Nehalem Valley, is an area of 7000 faith long after Mr. Cleveland and the
acres, twelve sections of land, T 4 N, Il mugwumps have passed away. With
The New York Journal of Finance from the shopkeepers. They knew that
4 W, in which there are six true veins out disparaging the ex-president’s
publishes tlie following suggestive
or seams of coal the dip of which is prominence inthis connection, it is fool
items under tlie head of “Reciprocity because they were charged more for tar
from 10 deg. to 14 deg., course 78 deg. ish to speak of this great principle.
east. It is semibituminous, burns to a There are many men in the democratic
Here is one impressive item showing
red ash, is line for household purposes party who become conspicuous by tlieir
the effect of reciprocity. In the five fined and defended by McKinley on
steam. 11 can lie mined for 75 cents abvocacy of tariff reform while Mr.
months ending September, 1890, our ex
a ton and carried (were there a railroad Cleveland was a young lawyer in
ports of steam engines and machinery cheapness," and that “a cheap coat
from there here) at a profit of 81 a ton; Buffalo. The democratic party is not
to Brazil amounted in value to?233,376. means a cheap man.” If the McKin
Iu 1891 the exports to the same coun ley tariff’ was not designed to compel laid down it would cost less than 81 75 a one-man party. Campbell, Carlisle,
here. We pay 87 and $8 for the same Gray, Palmer and Boies are as sound
try in the same jieriod amounted to importers and to enable home manu
Nature provided everything tariff reformers as is Mr. Cleveland,
$1,299,020. The flicrease, due wholly-to
and some of them acheived distinction i
it had no rational purpose. If it did —but the railroad.— Axtorian.
reciprocity, is $1,064,645.
as such many years in advance of him. :
If reciprocity pays so well with a
Merit Will Always Will.
If any prices have fallen since, some
single country, it is pretty good evi
A petition is being circulated for the
dence that the democratic policy of reci body is selling at a loss, or the prices
Promotion in the postoffice depart purpose of bringing influence to bear
procity with the whole world would
McKinley will not lie permitted to run ment on the merit system is giving against tlie bill legalizing the liquor
make the United States rich.
much satisfaction to all concerned, says traffic in Alaska. If it does what it is
away from either the logic or the effects
The other day a kid-glove delegation of his “worse than war tariff’.”—-V. Y. an exchange. The employes in par intended to do, it will be a move in the
ticular are pleased and the quantity right direction. At tlie same time tlie
of New Yorkers called on Governor JPorM.
I and quality of tlie work performed present condition of the liquor traffic
Flower for the purpose of discussing
have increased and improved. Under in Alaska is far worse than if there was
T m E cigarette .
what they deemed to lie a very impor
the present arrangement, where it is no law upon the subject whatever. A
tant matter. They had heard that,
Woman lives longer than man, goes
owing to the honest, economical and insane less numerously, commits sui seen that every man must depend upon reform in the present condition is more
statesmanlike administration of Gover cide one-third as often, makes one- himself alone and his own exertions, necessary than the killing of the bill
nor Hill, a considerable sum of money tenth the demand on tlie public purse “influence” being left out of the ac legalizing the traffic.
was lying idle in the treasury of the for support in jails, prisons and alms count altogether, tlie working force are
Notice of Annual School Meeting
state. They approached Gov. Flower houses, and in every regard manifests spurred to zeal and diligence as they
and suggested the propriety of a five- potentiality above that of man. This were mot formerly. This is a most sat
Notice is hereby given to the legal j
million-dollai appropriation for the is an observed fact in the generation isfying result, which cannot but mani voters of school district No. 40, of Yam- !
world’s fair. Governor Flower’s reply now passing, and it will be yet more so
hill county that the annual school
was brevity itself. It was:
in the generation now coming on. The service. In such a gratifying reform meeting for said district will be held
physical and mental fiber of the young
at the opera hause in McMinnville, at
Brief as this reply was. it served its men is weakening. Contributory to there should be no step backward.— 1 p.ln., the first Monday being the 7th
purpose. To the ears of the delegation this is the dangerous habit of cigarette Timex-Aionntainecr.
day of March, 1892. This meeting is
C. F. DANIELS.
and to those of the public it conveyed a smoking. Tlie hour is come for a ser
called for the purpose of electing one
volume of meaning. The tone, the ious consideration of this evil. Parents
director for the term of three years, and
time, the place, the audience all con should lie apprised of the danger that enness, spasms, sleeplessness, dulness, one clerk for the term of one year, and
blues, opium habit are cured by the
spired to give dignity and eloquence to ** awaits
v «o A.VlwlIlV,
Nervine, " discovered
il'VU l vl III ' by llllllllllllllllil
the eminent In- to
what is ordinarily regarded as a slang should instruct their teachers for a vig- diana specialist in nervous diseases, I)r.
the district to provide funds to pur
Miles. Fine books and trial liottles free
made on legislative bodiestoenactlaws at Rogers Bros., or by mail 10 cts., of chase a site and to build a school lie use
and meet all necessary incidental ex
Miles Medical Co., Elkhart, Ind. 1
On Monday next a meeting wilt be
now going on,— Herald and Prexbytcr.
penses in maintaining a nine months
held in the opera house for the pur
Have Just Received From THF^ EAST,
school, and the transaction of sucli
pose of determining what is considered
According to official reports the num
other business as may be legally I
necessary in the school district for the ber of births in New York city in 1891 1
brought before the meeting.
coming year. One thing is very evi was 46,804: the number of deaths, 42,-
Dated this 24th day of February.
dent; that is the need of a new school 634. Of this latter number 18,225 were
ISj instantly afforded sufferers from
W m . G alixiway ,
house. It is demanded because of lack of children under 5 years of age. The ■ * Bronchitis, by the use of Ayer’s
Chairman Board of Directors,
of room and also for higher education. reported births exceeded tlie reiMirted Cherry Pectoral. Either as an ano
dyne, to allay inflammation, or an ex
J oseph H obero , District Clerk.
The pupils of the McMinnville public deaths by 3170. Drunkenness was the ' pectorant, to loosen and bring away the
In Genuine Oak Must be Seen to be Appreciated.
schools have had primary studies and primary cause of the deaths of many of mucus, this preparation has no equal.
it is time that the young men and of these infants, not the drunkenness
“ Last winter I contracted a sever©
THE PRICES ARE BELOW THOSE OBTAINED IN PORTLAND
ladies were given a chance for studies of the infants, but of their mothers or cold, which, by repeated exposure, be
came quite obstinate. I was much
of a higher grade. A graduate of the their fathers, causing neglect, improp troubled with hoarseness and bronchial
■ai», ooa aq Xwui moi I
- joui -o T. i noX tou XqA\
McMinnville public schools ought to er nourishment, stfualid and unsanita irritation. After trying various medi
cines. without relief. I at last purchased
‘.spuesnoqi pa-ino seq n i
be able to enter Yale, Harvard, Ann ry surroundings. The principal causes a bottle of Ayer’s Cherry Pectoral. On
Arbor or any of the great colleges of the of death, as reported by the physicians, taking this medicine, my cough ceased
•p?3 bison ’Bjuüg
immediately, and I have been
T®I°H pnuappoo JopiJdojj
country without further work. Let the were: Pneumonia, 5817; consumption, almost
‘HHddßX V O UH’U M0B F
well ever since.” —Rev. Thomas B.
i sxkp Maj V ui pun îaajp sn0I
people assemble Monday ami do with 5160; diarrheeal diseases, Bright’s dis Russell. Secretary Holston Conference
-nauinn isomju un puq jj qajoq
and P. E. of the Greenville Dist. M. E. C.,
this matter what common sense and
Átu <4 naj, Jtoupni uoSaio »qi qjtM
progress demand. Do not stop to ease, 2503; heart diseases, 2287; violence, Jonesboro, Tenn.
XaiudH * jq mas aauapiAOjj puiq
uaq.H ßianprq aqj jo Dsuosipqit.w
My mother was sick three years and
think of the dollars when the future 1956; bronchitis, 1834, diphtheria, 1363,
very low with bronchitis. We feared
of your children is to be decided.
scarlet fever, 1221; influenza, 838. There nothing would cure her. One of my
„•unta AA9U u ,, , n
is great excitement when grip appears friends told me about Ayer’s Cherry
uaaq svq oqM jajajjns suo j JO ÁUOIU X
The Washington papers complain , and carries offa few; but consumption, Pectoral. She tried it, has used eight
-ijsaj aqj si 9J9H ‘P°°3 qonui
bottles, and is now well.”—T. H. D.
that whenever the Oregon senators ’ pneumonia, bronchitis, diphtheria and Chamberlain,
IJ "’uunq j ou
want anything they get it. The Cali scarlet fever are perennial in their dead
fornia papers say that whenever Cali-1 ly visitations. A prominent medical
fornia wants anything it has to ask the authority declares that right methods
st Xpstnai ureuao pur ajrs y
Oregon senators to get it. The Oregon of living would reduce consumption
-jns jo pu» oa jo osneo aqi st—
senators are strictly business, and get four-fifth»; bronchitis (except among Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mass.
there every time, arriving with pedal the aged) more than four-fifths, and Sold by all Druggist». Price fl; »lx bottle», fi.
extremities in conjunction.— Axtorian pneumonia more than one-half.
a. ■%-'».-a. <4
HARDING 4. HEATH, Publishers.
New Store. We have already Received a Large
Proportion of our
And the balance will be in shortly.
We have a thorough line of
MEN’S BOYS’ AND CHILDREN S SUITS
In all Qualities.
A good line of Extra Size Suits and Pants and Extra Long Pants,
OUR ASSORTMENT IS LARGER AND
PRICES LOWER THAN EVER REPORE.
Good Summer Suits for Men at $7.00 and Up. We have an Immense Line of Hats,
Shoes and Furnishing Goods and good light to show them by.
Call and see our goods
and prices before buying elsewhere.
TT A V Ar T’rNTNTN
I ÖC L LJ JJ JJ
Has Made a Combination.
Next door to
Martin & Sanders
to Remember for 1892, in the purchase of Gro
Sii, ta, Htp mi fa Points ceries.
Fully one-half of the People do not stop to consider
the money they can save during the year in purchasing goods of a
firm that pays strict attention to the selling of First Class Goods
at a Small Profit.
People usually go to the nearest place regardless of
cost. We sell our goods cheap and deliver them at your door.
You will be able find every thing in the grocery line in our store.
I Have Also Combined
We are in it—The Grocery Business; and we will al
ways give you the best goods in the city for the money. We give
cash or trade for all produce, suit yourself in the matter.
Fishing Tackle and Guns
¿ e sorr.
Fruit Growers, Attention!
5,000 OF ACRES
I STILL RIN MY BUSINESS
Thursday, March 10.
<>. O. HODSON
OPPOSITION BOOT AND SHOE STORE.
Finest Fruit Land the Willamette Valley
To be sold in tracts of from 5 to 50 acres at $30.00 an acre and
upwards; one-fifth down, balance in I, 2 and 3 years, at 6 per cent, per
annum. Most all of this land is under cultivation; over 400 acres now
in full bearing fruit trees. All this land is within 3 miles of Amity.
Over 700,000 pounds of fruit shipped from this point last year.
For particulars apply to or address
Will. F. BREIDENSTEIN,
AMITY FRUIT LAND COMPANY,
AMITY, YAMHILL COUNTY, OREGON.
FIRST ANNUAL SALE
OF BOOTS & SHOES!
Reduction : Sale : for : Cash : Only.
A Large Stock of Furniture!
Our 16th Century Bookcases, Secretaries, Etc., Etc
Bedroom Suits from 817 to 8100.
Ayer's Cherry Pectoral,
EASY ( IIAIRS,
Remember we buy Goods from Factories in the East,
and can Sell Below Portland Prices.
BURNS & DANIELS.
Southern Pacific Route
Express Tyains Leave Portland Daily
EVERY GREAT San Fran.
7.00 p m San Francisco 8.15 am
7:00 p in Portland
stop only al following •tâ
tions north of Roseburg: East Portland,
THOUGHT AND Oregon City. Woodburm, Salem, Albany,
langent, Snedda, Halsey. Harrisburg, Jun
ction city, Irving, Eugene
The Greatest Reduction Sale we Have
COME AND SEE FOR YOURSELF.
East and South
"The foremost of our periodicals.”
From March 1st to March 31, 1892.
My Entire Stock will be Reduced to a Fig’
ure Never Before. Approached at any
Sale of Footwear in McMinnville.
Roseburg Mall »ally.
GOV. WILLIAM E. RUSSELL.
A sample copy with
ta» will be sent for
T he F ori - m is the mrwt Instructive,
the most timely, the largest and
the handsomest of tl»e review*.
Die THREE GREAT GROUPS OF
SUBJECTS ot tbe couiinc yen wi!l be inl
parliailv and nistruclirely ditrusfed by the
I POLI’I ICA L SUB!ECTS(-rowing out
oii.be PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN
II FIN A NCIA L D1 ST U I’. B A NCES he re
III THEOLOGICAL UNREST-with
all ibe social questions auggetted by these
gtonpa ol great topics
There is no other way whereby one may
get the ripest information about tlie great
problems ot the time within so narrow a
compass or for so small a sum—short stud
ies of great subjects by more than a hun
clredof the fo-emost men and women ot
the world. because there is only one Amer
ican periodica’ for which all the great lead
ers of opinion and of thought write nml
that Is Tur F orum .
The December number, for example, con
tains ‘Degradation by Pensions—The
Protest of Loyal Volunteers," by L ieut
A llen R F oote . Founder of the Society
of Loyal Volunteer; "The Meaning of the
Democratic Victory tn Massachusetts, by
Gov. W m . E R ussell ; "French Feeling to
wards Germany—Another Conflict about
Alsace-Lorraine Inevitable," bv C amtlle
P ellbtan . Member of the French Chamber
of Deputies; "Should the Silver Law of
.890 be Repealed?” by J acob If ScHtrr
one of the most successful and influential
I ■ankers in New York; "Is Modern Ednca-
tiou a Failure?” by F relebick H arrison
'lie great English essayist, Unregulated
Competition Self-destructive," by A ldace
F. W alker , Chairman of the Western
fraffic Association; "Women's Clubs— the
Volume and tlie Value of tlieir Work ” by
AltCE H R hine ; "A Day with Lord Ten-
vson,” by S ir Eowrx A rnold And five
Thar« are no* In arogreti d'scussioni of Our Pen
sion Sratem; Priaon M»navement: The Training of
Preachers; The Louisiana Lottery: The Neri Steo in
the Tariff Agitation; Are Modern Educational Meth-
ods a Failure?
8:l(5 a mRosebur,
Roseburg... 5:40 p la
11:31 a m;l Portland.
_.„___ .. 4 00prn
Alban, Local, Daily. Ercept Sunday.
p tn Albany..
a m Portland
8:55 a tn
Pullman Itnflet- Sleepers,
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
lor accommodation of second class passen
gers attached to express trains
WEST SIDE DIVISION
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday
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Portland . 7:30 a n> McMinn’ 10:10» tn
a tn <'<rrvallis . 12:10 p m
Corvallis 12:55 p tn McMinn’
2:56 p la
McMinn’. 2:56 p ni Portland
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30 p ru
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
trains of Oregon Pacific.
Express Train Daily, except Bunday.
4:40 pm McMnn ... 7.25pm
McMinn' J>:4.> a in J Portland.
Through Tickets to all Points
EAST AND SOUTH.
. For tickets and full information regard
E. P. ROGER«
Asst. G F. A P Agt
ATTENTION FRUIT GROWERS.
Clean Your Fruit Trees.
WINTER HAS COME.
Ffuit Trees are dormant and every body
"ho wishes to raise GOOD FRUIT »hould
see that hh trees in the
ORCHARDS and DOOR YARDS
wi,h ‘»»’ ANTI-MOSS KEM-
It keeps the trees free from moss
and i- sure death to tlie eges of
SCALE, IIEI1 SPIDER
COD LIN MOTH.
'1'»“S not injure the fruit Bud« or Tree
50 cts. a copy »5 a year.
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tb« publlc by a notice idren free ol Charge In tLo
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