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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 18, 1892)
“Mar-hall'« gold nugget " will be ex-l ’ what my position then was ami always ’ vision or deported by vigor of tlie law.
WHY DO WOMEN LACK "HUMOR!” sheis either alone all day for six’days
out of seven, or she has only the com
. burden or a pest in their own land,
liibited at tlie World's Fair by Cali ha« lieen upon this subject. T lielieve A
” Out or Hany Women panionship of small children, who, how
fornia, and it is safe to say that thous that gold and silver bullion should be they
are dumped upon American It 1» “Snubbed
HARDING L HEATH, Publishers.
in Early Life.
ever merry they may be. do not call out.
and cling to cities as offensive
ands will consider it one of the most treated exactly alike in the mints of shores,
One of the brightest women whom I much rivalry of wit and repartee. She
interesting of the innumerable objects the United States; that is, a dollar’s fungi, or spread throughout the country know recently deplored in print the lack may have the wittiest husband in the
•n* Copy , per year, inadvance................. $1 00 which will lie displayed at, the great I j worth of silver should be coined into a as
: weeds to the injury of public growth of a ‘ ‘sense of humor” in women. She world, but she sees him only in the
Oss Cspy, aix month» in advanco.............
'O ex|>ositioii. This is the identical nug silver dollar, and a dollar’s worth of The influx is becoming intolerable and speaks of this sense as generally a mo morning, when he is hurrying to get
get which Marshall picked up in the gold should lie coined into a gold dol is alarming. This objectionable immi nopoly of men—notably of newspaper away to his work, or at night, when he
Entered at the poetoffice at McMinnville American river, Feb. 16, 1848, when se lar, and if no charge is made for the gration is as bad as that of Chinese in men. While I admit that men laugh comes home tired and subdued by
Oregon, as second-class matter.
lecting a site for Sutter’s mill, and coining of one then no charge should itself; much worse in contemplation of and joke more than women do as a the work of the day—at neither
class, I do not lielieve that they have
wliich times is even a witty
the future. The ballot rules. Chinese more natural wit or a quicker sense of i 1 of
All eubteribert who do not receive their which constituted tlie first discovery lie made for the coining of the other.
man apt to scintillate to any
payer regularly will confer a favor by im
the ludicrous. The seriousness and 1 great extent. He may be one of those
mediately reporting the fame to thia office about the size of a lima bean, and, on upon this subject by the democratic rope are admitted to tlie governing ma gravity of most women are primarily very newspaper men who are so
account of its associations anil the al party at its recent national convention chinery. Of nationalities from which the result of early snubbing; seconda good comrades in the office; if so, he
most incalculable wealth and develop is perfectly sound in principle and only a few hundreds yearly emigrated rily, of tlie lonely lives which most of lias been for the most of the day, even
Thursday, August IS, 1892.
though hard at work at his desk, in an
ment wliich have resulted from its find enunciates tlie only true public pol to the United States prior to 1870, hun them live after marriage.
As to the first cause: I wonder if there atmosphere of mental electricity, if one
ing, is regarded as an almost priceless icy.”
dreds of thousands have since swarmed
R isolcttoxs of C ondolence and ai l O bit -
a girl in the world with the least sense may say so; he has had that impetus
uary Poetry will be charged for ar regular treasure.
The senator quotes the silver plank and every year, every month, every is
of fun, the least love of rational laugh and incentive which is so provocative of
ter and merriment, who does not con
and sprightly thought, the attrition
The dispatches of the daily papers mands cannot lie met unless tlie metal iferous volume. Some weeks ago, in tinually hear “Wliat a rattlebrain! Is wit
S ample C opies O f T he T elephone -K egie -
of kindred minds; quips, quirks, puns,
ter will be mailed to any person in the are full of strikes.
If the laboring man in gold and silver coins is of equal val New Y’ork harbor, there were landed anything sacred from your funmaking?” bright sayings and apt retorts have been
United States or Europe, who desires one, is oppressed in the ratio to the amount
ue to tlie coin while still in bullion from four steamers in one day, from as or, “How can you find so much to laugh passing under his eyes and exploding in
free of charge
of strikes, he is the most oppressed form, for coinage in his view adds no many ports in Europe, a total of 4493 at? You laugh just like a boy!” or,“Ido his ears all day, continually suggesting
W k I xvits Yoe To CoarABK Tin: Tzr.t- free man on earth. There is no dis
thing to the intrinsic value of the met immigrants, less than 800 of them Eng believe you’d see something funny in a Others, and keeping him constantly on
fhoxe -R eo I stkr with any other paper
guising tlie fact that labor and capital al. He says that although the United lish speaking, over 3000 from Mediter funeral!” or, worst of all, “Those who hia metal. But even newspaper men
published in Yandiill county
are at tlie sword’s point and will re States has coined over $400,900,000 ranean countries, of alien race. The laugh while they are young must cry are sometimes tired at night, and it is
they are old!”
doubtful if even the veriest clown is
main so until some genius arises and in silver since 1888, it has not increased United States does not want such im when
I never noticed any unusual graviiy very funny in the bosom of his family.
a way out of the present conten the value of the bullion, but on the migrants. It is time to stop the drool in girl babies, or that they gurgle and Probably the wife of a funny man hears
tion. As we grow older labor troubles contrary that value had decreased.
and drivel about this country lieing“an laiigh less than boys. Indeed the two less of his fun than any other of his ac
increase and the great question disturb The senator asserts that neither gold asylum for the oppressed of every kin very merriest, jolliest, most rollicking quaintances.
ing the minds of conservative labor nor silver coin, except subsidiary coins, dred, nation and tongue.” It is rapid babies I ever knew were girls. But
A very old book inquires, "How can
and conservative capital is: Where will ever again enter very generally in ly coming about that tlie “oppressed” quite possibly they grew up to be two one be warm alone?” But it is easier to
will it end? Unless, something is <14bie to use in any great commercial country are the Americans who own property. of the “slow” wives whom their hus be warm alone than to be witty alone.
find so dull company. The con Wit is eminently a social instinct; the
to quiet this contention there is a pos blit they will serve as a basis for the is They are being told by the rabble of bands
fined and restrained lives which are laid funniest man mopes if shut up alone
sibility of a revolution where lalxir can sue of the currency. Any measure foreign laborers that property-owners out for most girls are of themselves sad where no one hears his fun. And it is
assert itself by sheer force of numbers. that would broaden this basis would have no rights.—A’on bniMiro Argo dening. Au occasional walk, ball or more than probable that his sense of
After its triumph we probably would lienefittbe world generally, but this naut.
party, in all of which there is more or humor would suffer serious eclipse or
less restraint, does not have the inspirit total extinction if for ten hours every
be worse off, as a nation. A place be cannot be done by the fabrication of
The benefit of the people who I tween tlie two extremes is the safe two coins of the same denomination,
ing, enlivening effect of the everyday day for a series of years he heard noth
do not take it we again remark j
freedom which the boy enjoys.
ing funnier than the rattle of crockery,
that the price is
< place and everyone recognizes it. Hut but of unequal intrinsic value. This For Week Ending Tuesday, Aug. 1G. 1 89‘i-
If a girl is born in a poor family her the clatter of a carpet sweeper, the click
how will it lie arrived at? That is the has been demonstrated by our experi
U. S. Signal Service.
constant need of drudging indoors is clack of a sewing machine and the
ence during the last fourteen years
enough to kill her fumqgking proclivi racket and crying of children.
per year. It is tlie only out)
with silver as a legal tender and we are
ties; if she is born to inoney the arti
E lizabeth A kers .
and out democratic pa;>er pub- [
The department of the interior’s
The past week was attended by very ficialities and formalities of her life soon
lished in Yamhill County and eighth bulletin of statistics of religious still on a gold basis.
A Ready Reply.
The senator says there are only two favorable weather for all crops. The destroy all her spontaneity. The so
Foote’s ready reply to the caution,
bodies lias lieen issued. It contains ways in which the basis of circulation rainfall, though light and confined called “best society,” which regards a
hearty laugh as a vulgarity and the “Your handkerchief, sir, is hanging out
the returns for nine denominations.
! The largest of these nine liodies is that can be broadened by the use of silver as principally to the northern counties, natural expression of any emotion as a ‘ of your pocket,” was of high merit, both'
part of the real money. First, by the was well distributed and proved very sign of ill breeding, cannot be supposed from the surprise and for the cordial
the democratic population, ]
thus making it especially, known as the Disciples of Christ, oth coinage of the silver dollar containing beneficial to vegetation.
a very hotbed for the propagation of way in which the caution was accepted,
sought by tlie advertisers. If i erwise called Christians, and sometimes a dollar’s worth of silver; secondly, by
The temperature was a trifle below original wit and humor; and it may ••Thank you, sir; you know the company
your business needs strength- ■ designated as “Campbelites,” a term an international agreement on a ratio. normal; the extremes ranging between safely be said that if society women are better than I do.”—Gentleman’s Maga
ening try advertising in tlie , which is offensive to them. The de He admits that it would be unfair for
43 and 88 degrees. In most sections not famous for flashing wit and brilliant zine.
T elephon e -R roister .
nomination of which President Gar tlie United States acting alone, to make there was an average amount of sun repartee, neither are the rank and file of
long, 3% inches
society men famous for the sparkle and thick and weighing 9 pounds 4*^ ounces
field was an honored member lias 641,- the present value of silver bullion the shine.
> McMinnville. Or.
irresistibility of their original humor.
05o communicants, with church prop basis of adjustment, because the partial
was caught in the Hudson river recent
Late spring grain is doing well. Fall
My merriest schoolmate (I had boy ly at Esopus, N. Y.
erty valued at $12,206,038. Of its 7246 demonetization of silver by limiting grain is nearly all threshed in most
schoolmates, too) was a girl; not sim
organizations 5324 own church edifices, this coinage has undoubtedly had con sections.
national democratic ticket .
ply a laughing girl, laughing as all
with a total seating capacity of 1,609,424. siderable influence in deprecating its The hay crop is nearly secured. In young creatures rejoice until cured by | MRS. N. B. SMITH,
The Christians, or Christian Connec price and appreciating the price of gold some localities clover is in need of rain. time or training, but a born humorist— i
( : BOV ER CLEVELAN I »,
tion, a kindred laxly, which was or Free coinage of silver would bring the
witty herself and the cause of wit in i I
Hops are reported as doing well.
of New York.
ganized early in the present century, values nearer and a true ratio for coin Corn is ripening slowly owing to the others. In her inspiring presence the
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
Has opened a dressmaking parlor on B
dull and grave awoke to vivacity and
lias 90,718 communicants, and church age would be found at some point be absence of heat during the week.
ADDAI E. STEVENSON,
street, opposite the Christian church, and
tween 16 to 1 and the present relative
Oats and barley are being harvested; zling. I have known some men humor is prepared to do all kinds of dressmaking,
cleaning and repairing of gentlemen’s
Evangelical Association, which is a prices of silver and gold bullion.
the indications are for a short yield.
For Presidential Electors,
ists, and I admired and appreciated clothes»
1 The senator says it may be impossi- The potato crop shows no improve them, but not one of them was quicker
W. M. C’OLVIG .
of Clatsop, upward of 133,313 members. The Sev ' ble for one nation to fix a stable ratio
G eo . E. N olano ..
ment aud farmers are looking for a to see a droll possibility, more ingenious
For Sale—Will sell 80 acres or 200
H obt . A. M iller ,
in turning a funny sentence, more inex acres of first class hill land, suitable for
... .of Baker. enth Day Adventists, who are a and if so an international conference is very short yield.
W. F. B utcher . ...
branch of the general movement the only tribunal that can extricate us
Fruit« of all kinds have ripened fast
with wit than that girl whom fruit or stock ranch, 11 miles from Mc
The more the people think of politics led by William Miller in the fifth dec from tlie present situation.
and large quantities are being shipped a-bubble
nobody ever heard of, excepting her Minnville. Price 80 acres, $4 per acre; j
In conclusion tlie senator says be will to different markets.
and the effect of republican legislation
schoolmates (not six of whom knew how 200 acres $3.50 per acre. Call on or ad- j
the stronger the necessity of electing members, and the church of God, a di ' support any measure that will fully re-
to admire her) and the grown up friends dress J. E. Jensen, box 203, McMinn-1
vision of the Seventh-Day Adventists 1 monetize silver and insure equality of
< 'leveland appears to them.
who were continually wet blanketing ville, Or.
body, has 647 memliers. Tlie other the dollars coined from the two metals,
weather has been exceptionally propi her.
The campaign hat caaze 1ms not yet bodies mentioned in tlie bulledn are: • and he sincerely hopes that the ap- tious to all kinds of farm work. With
Unfortunately hers was a rich family,
struck this city. The thing under the Primitive Methodist church, 1764 com ’ proaching conference will be able to the exception of a few scattered show and she was early put into the crimping
hat if fully equipped with brains, is municants; Union American Metho ’ reach such an agreement as will meet ers in Morrow Jind Gilliam counties the and fluting machine of “good breeding” In the Circuit Court of the State of Oregon
for Yamhill County.
able to make known the politics of ths dist Episcopal church (colored), 2279; • the approval of all governments partic- rainfall has Lieen rather less than aver and etiquette, trained for that sort of Stiua
“society” which looks on all originality
owner without the disfigurement of a United Zion’.« children, 525, and the ! ipating in it.
age and in some localities is greatly as eccentricity, “and eccentricity is such
bad form, you know!” Years after I
To James II. Madson,said defendant: In
by Professor, Felix Adler in New York
met her again. What was she? A ma tlie name of the State of Oregon you are
The campaign, so far as tlie republi in 1876, which lias 1046 memliers.
notified and required to be (ind ap
. The Native Born Americans are being generally, the extremes ranging lre- link taught to sing fashionable music; a pear in the above named court in the above
can party is concerned, lias lieen
suit by Monday .the 26tli dayof Sep
CARLISLE ON FREE COINAGE.
very quiet. That party has had the
Supplanted by Foreigners.
lifeless creature to put fine tember. A. D., 1892, that being the first day ;
speaking such crops as could be im beautiful,
clothes on, to take to the opera, to be of the next term of said court following the ,
pleasure of denouncing the same man
by favorable weather have possibly betrayed into a well bred smile. expiration of the six weeks’ publication of
Of the men composing the mobs of proved
twice before this campaign ami they as No Discrimination Should be Made in
summons, and answer the plaintiff’s
a decided improvement.
The snafflebit and checkrein of “socie this
Favor of One Metal.
strikers who have been taking human shown
complaint therein tiled against you.and you i i
a matter of fact have used all their
take notice that, that if you fail so to
lives and destroying property during
And how is it with the poorer girl? If appear and answer, for the want thereof,
Senator ('ariisle has addressed a letter the pa«t fortnight, nine-tenths are for nicely. No change in the condition
she lives at home she must manage and the plaintiff will apply to said court for the
' spring wheat is noted. In Grant contrivo and help her overworked relief »raved for in,said complaint, which
On Monday last, Gladstone visited to John A. Lyne, of Henderson, Ky., eigners. A naval officer, now in San of
is. in brief, for a decrej of said court dis
Queen Victoria for the fourth time as in answer to his question whether the Francisco, who was United States in
mother; the very labor of living is de solving the bonds of matrimony existing
spector of steel at Homestead a year
her prime minister. The life of this
pressing. If she supports herself and between the plaintiff and the defendant
Spring oats are yielding poorly in lo others, her life is a fight; her only asso and for an order of said court giving the
old man ha« been an honorable one and the free coinage of silver, and whether ago, was obliged to take interpreters
plaintiff the custody of the minor children
his cause has been the cause of the peo his views on the subject had under witli him during his tour of the yards. calities, while fall oats are heavy and ciates are girls as poor and dreadfully in of the parties and changing her name to
It is about time that this country put a
ple. The new ministry will probably
This summons is served by publication
stop to the admission of these murder The hay crop is being harvested rap for the cropping out of fun in a working thereof, bv virtue of an order of Hon. Geo
l>e able to bring the vexed questions says:
girl’s humdrum existence. If she mar H. Burnett, judge of said court, hearing
ous scoundrels. If Americans are to
• with the United States to an end as
ries a poor man there is the same old date of August 2nd, 1892.
they will probably be enthusiastic and pends largely uixiii what you mean by have their property destroyed, tlie lives is the best crop in many years.
RAMSEY & FENTON,
grind, with added responsibilities, pre A 11-33
Attorneys for Plaintit!
of their employes menaced, and the
expedite business for a time at least.
occupying and depressing. For years
mean tlie policy urged by many under laws of their states set at defiance by ed by more rain.
The fruit crop shows some improve
It is hoped that the revivalist, Mrs. which the government of the United gangs of ruffianly foreign workmen,
woodford, who has lieen creating sen
the Americans had lietter move out and
In Sherman county grapes are plen-
sations in every town that she lias vis receive 68 cents’ worth of silver bullion let them have tlie whole country to
ited, will not come to this peaceful lit when presented by the owner and coin themselves.
B. S. P aole ,
tle city. From what we can learn her is at tlie expense of all the people of Congress hesitates or delay s to act in
work does not tend to properly instil the country and compel the people by relation to European immigration; the
Yon will find, a Complete line of
religious teachings. During the ex law to receive the coin as tlie equiva character of the immigration that has
ADVERTISED LETTER LIST.
citement of her work many are con lent of 109 cents, my answer is that I predominated during the past twenty
is Published Exclusively in this
verted, but as soon as she leaves the re ani not now and never have lieen in fa years is everv week becoming more in Tbift List Paper
Every Two „Weeks.
ligious thoughts seem to vanish from
tolerable and very seriously threaten
mented predecessor, Mr. Beck, and I ing the future condition of the republic
the most devout of her follower«.
Following are the letters remainingfor
stood together in 1878, when the so- and the public welfare. Uniformity in i two weeks in the postoffice at McMinn
As will Ire seen by the press dispatch called ‘Bland-Allison bill’ was passed
popular sentiment on the Pacific coast ville, Oregon, Aug 17, 1892 :
es the five men elected by the republi by Congress, under whieli tlie secre
upon tlie immigration of Chinese,with Ames, E
' Mirritt, A J
can managers as an advisory commit tary of the treasury was re<|uired to
out division of party politics, lias so Allen, Aron
Nevins, H B
tee aggregate a wealth of over $100,000,1 purchase and coin monthly not less
wrought upon congress that the evil Farmer, Cameron Phillips, Benton
000. This means that the campaign than $2,000,000 nor more than $4,000,000
REM EM BEK OUR BLENDED COFFEE IS THE VERY BEST
has been quite abated. The immigra- Hokanson,
Hildur Stewart, Geo
fund will he greater than ever and it worth of silver bullion.
tion of Chinese to the United States Hawks, C W
Savage, W R
shakes one’s faith in a popular form of “When flint Gill passed tlie house of
Highest market price paid for produce, either in cash
had its beginning in California, on the Joost,
Strong, J L
government. There is no question but, representatives it provided for the free
discovery-of gold, and has all the time Jackson,
if the voters will sell, enough of them and unlimited coinage of the silver dol lieen directed to the Pacific coast, main- .
Thomas, J E
will Ire purchased to carry the doubtful lar, but after it went to tlie senate Mr. j ly to California, but lately to British ;
Goods delivered promptly to any part of the city free.
Tuttle, It A
Kelly, P J
states for Harrison. The honest voters Beck offered an amendment which
Columbia, on account of restrictive ; Murry, Wils
Orders given the driver will receive
in either party have little cause for en provided that the secretary of tlie treas laws and exclusion declared against the ;
Wright, Miss J
couragement in the outlook.— n<>*rbnry ury should purchase at the market Mongol race. The immigration from Miller, T L
Parties calling for the above letters
price each month not less than $3,000,- Europe was more or less a subject of ■ will please say “Advertised.” If not
Tlie collating of elaborate statistics Is 000 worth of silver bullion, or as much popular contention in tlie early years of called
for in two weeks they will be
not necessary to establish tlie fact that more as could be coined at tlie’ mint, tlie republic, according to tlie nativity sent
to tlie dead letter office as “un-1
there is a steady tendency toward a de tlie senioragc to lie paid in the treasury, of the immigrant« aud agreeably to the claimed.
J. C. C ooper , P. M.
cline in tlie price of commodities. and whenever tlie bullion could not be race prejudices of communities. The
Long years ago, before there was a tar purchased at less than par with legal immigration prior to 1870 however, was
iff’, political economist« explained tlie
1 very different from that which lias The camp seem« quite deserted, only
causes of this decline in prices. It re lion might deposit it for coinage oil tlie since come, and is now overrunning four tents being on tlie ground this
mains for tlie modern republican polit- same terms as gold was deposited."
tlie entire country, although tlie larger morning. Quite a rain visited this;
ical economist to explain that tlie de Senator Carlisle here quotes at some I portion seek and infest tlie larger cities place last Saturday, but all were pre-1
cline is caused by the tariff and thus is length from speeches made by Senator and manufacturing district«.
The pared for it so no one suffered any in
a benefit to the people. These same
I country in the earlier period needed con veniece.
economists explain that the wages of | ‘‘Bland-Allison bill” to the effect that j immigrants, for the expansion of agri-
Blackberries seem plenty as yet, but I
the laliorer are increasing ns the price lie (Mr. Beck), desired that tlie people ; culture and occupation of the vast wild the rain will probably spoil all that are i
of goods decrease. If this were true of the United States should receive the lands, for mechanical employments, ripe.
what a happy time we all would have j lienetit of the difference, if any, be ! and for every manner of laboring pur A pleasant little party was given last
when this idea reaches its logical con tween tlie actual and the coined value suits. Immigrants of hardy- nature Saturday night at the residence of Mrs. ■
clusion; the time when you could get ' of tlia bullion. At tlie time, says Sena-1 were mostly needed
Their skill in Field Allen, for Miss Leia Baker, who
all the necessities of life for nothing i tor ('ariisle, silver was only 8 to 19 per trades, their willingness to labor, their returned to McMinnville Sunday. All
and get large wages for doing nothing. cent lielow gold, while it is now about ! adaptability to every kind of employ spent a very pleasant evening.
I 45 per cent, and if it was not right and ment were ruling considerations. Until
The dancing parties are no more.
One of the last acts of the Fifty-sec-j ; just to tlie |ieople then to donate a sen- j tlie immigration of Germans in consid One string is broken on tlie banjo and
mid congress was to put a premium ’ i ¡»rage of 8 to 10 jier cent, to the “com erable number—as late as 1840—from the mouth organ boy lias blown him
upon doing good. In other word« it binations and bullionists,” it eartainly Euftipe, there had come mainly Eng self entirely out of wind; so all is quiet |
gives the World's Fair $2,5t«»,0t$i pro cannot be right and just now to donate lish speaking immigrants from Great on the public square at night.
viding it closes it« door« upon Sunday. ! over four or five times as much.
Britain and Ireland. Tlie great work
Lynn Jones is spending his vacation
Mr. Carlisle then quotes from his of the Erie canal in the twenties, the
If Chicago will close the saloons, houses
profitably, tlie mill being short of
of prostitution, opium joints and gam s|ieeeh in tlie house in 1878, when the I construction of railroad« in the thirties, ■ hands he makes one of the crew. He
bling house« in the city the ]>eople who
aud ever since, spurred immigrant thinks it would be impossible to get
go to this great show will have a chance by tlie senate. Part of tlie quotation j shipping agents to activity, and the along without him now.
to steer clear of the devil. These places reads: “My position upon this subject condition of the peasantry of Ireland j Field'Alien’s cow is no: very choice
will not l>e closed upon Sunday and is briefly this: I am opposed to free and the poor of Germany furnished inlier diet; she visits the camp every
there is no disguising the fact that the coinage of either gold or silver, but in supply to the demand. Thousands day and eat* all the cabbage, onions
day will be spent by thousands, who favor of unlimited coinage of both met came of lietter classes, persons of means and blackberries she can find. Field
would otherwise attend the fair, in als upon terms of exact eipiality. No skilled mechanics, and many bred to says he does not notice any difference 1
‘•Doing the town.” While the persons discrimination should be made in favor agriculture and useful pursuits. But
in the milk.
who have interested themselves in this , of one as against the other, nor should the immigration of tlie past twenty
This week will end the camping
matter are sincere in attempting to , any discrimination lie made in favor of years has lieen yearly increasing ill season. All will return to their homes
stop an evil, they contribute more to , tlie holders of either geld or silver bul- numbers and debasement. European with regret and look back on many
vice than they are aware. There are - lion and against the great laaly of the immigration to America was formerly happy days spent at Camp Jones. All
thousands of saloon keepers in Chica people who own other kinds of proper- of the manliness and spirit, of tlie bone feel grateful to the mill company and
go and to a man they were with the . tv. A great government should treat and sinew, of the distinctive nationali employes who have made it so pleasant
viee-eradicators in pushing the Sunday all its citizens alike, and whenever it ties. Tlie mass of immigration now is during their stay here and accommo
closing scheme. The fortunes of the . att«ni]its to do otherwise it will engen- of classes degraded at home and a rank dated them in many ways.
Chicago saloon men have lieen made . der a spirit of discontent, which sooner nuisance in this country; the noxious
Wanted—One hundred hop pickers
and who can say that the aim of the , - or later must disturb the harmony if scum of communities, the vile and
zealous Christian workers has lieen at . not the peace of society.
criminal of the land of tlieir nativity. at Belt’s hop yard, 6 miles northwest
“This paragraph shows precisely They are aided by parliamentary pro-I uf North Yambill.
tained, even in a measure.
The shooing of geese
is an easy matter when
compared to the task
of shoeing men. They
»«.. (tin.men, not th;
geese), easily frightened and great
care must he taken with them,
The great reason why we are sue-
cesssful in Ilio shoeing of men is
that while yon
WE SHOE MEN.
AT THE MODEL GROCERY
Fancy and Staple Groceries,
Teas, Coffees and Spices,
Melons, Fruits and Vegetables,
Crockery, Glass and Stoneware.
J. H. HENDERSON,
Union Block, McMinnville.
SHOE MEN WITH
The finest goods that can be pur
chased of all the reliable firms in
the country. The finest of calf,
French kid and kangaroo enters
into all the stock we purchase and
after a person has purchased shoes
or boots from us once he is certain
to do so again.
In business, and we have the rep
utation of not misrepresenting our
stock. We have just put in the
largest stock of boots and shoes in
the city, and we would really like
to have you call and inspect our
goods if you do not purchase.
KAY & TODD.
NOW ON THE MARKET
AND FOR SALE.
That Desirable and Most Beautifully Located Property Known as
Pleasant Home Addition
Situate and adjoining the BAPTIST COLLEGE and Ifet-k; Only five
minutes walk from the main street of McMinnville; By taking into con
sideration the Fine Avenues and Streets, the Sightly Situation and live
ly Surroundings Pleasant Home addition furnishes the grandest and
most convenient property for those desiring a beautiful home. Pleasant
Home is subdivided in four acre-blocks ami is sold o i reasonable term«.
For information apply to WM. F. BR1EDENSTEIN, Sole Agent,
Cor. Third Street and Railroad. McMinnville. Or.
Can be had in quantity on short notice at this office.
R. M. WADE & CO
Farm Machinery, Stoves and Tinware, Shelf
and Heavy Hardware, Iron, Steel and Goal.
A FULL LINE OF BLACKSMITHS’ SUPPLIES ON HAND.
WAP ON* We cal1 Particular attention to this wagon, and
Avix lv W Avvli $ invite you to compare it with any other wagon in
the market. They are warranted against all defects and guaranteed better
than any other.
UNIVERSAL GARLAND AND UNIVERSAL STOVES. These stoves need no recommen
dation from us. Warranted to give satisfaction or will be tak
en back and money refunded. Baker and Glidden barb wire,
plows, cultivators, disc and spring tooth harrows.
The St. Louis wooden pumps always in stock.
R. M. WADE &L CO., McMinnville, Or,