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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 20, 1892)
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Thia Shoe la warranted First Quality In every respect
Very Stylish. Perfect Fit. Plain Toes and Tipped. Men'a
Mova1 and YouUa’ CBHBM. BUTTQ1 Al» LACK*
We have put in a shoe gallery and
make a specialty of Men’s Fine
Shoe Wear. We have a very large
assortment and at prices from $1.00
up to $6.00. We have fine hand
sewed calf and Cordevan. and will
guarantee the qualities.
CLOTHIERS AND MEDCHANT TAILDR.
Our stock of clothing has no equal
on the West side. We carry Oregon
manufactured goods in large quan
tities and a fine assortment of East
ern and Imported goods. We have
all styles and novelties. Men’s
suits at $6 and up; Boys suits at $1
and up. Have extra sizes, etc.
We closed out our overcoats com
pletely last winter; hence our stock
is all new this season and is very
large. We have a fine line of Men’s
coats all wool and good patterns at
$10 to $15; also lower prices. Head
quarters for Macintosh coats, from
$5 to $15; four colors.
Our tailor shop is well known thro
out the county and has a reputation
for fine work. We have conducted
this shop for four years and employ
union tailors and guarantee a fit on
all our work. You can not beat us
in this department. Give us a trial
and you’ll be satisfied.
Our furnishing goods department is
large and has all the Latest Novel
ties in Men’s Shirts, Colors, Cuffs,
Ties, Underwear, Gloves, etc. We
have been here seven years and the
amount of business we do shows
that we do not follow, but lead our
BLANKETS AND TRUNKS.
We are agents for the Salem Wool
en Mills and sell Blankets as low as
other merchants buy them. You
cannot equal our prices on blankets.
We have also a large stock of
Trunks and Valices direct from the
THE TELEPHONE-REGISTER. story. Our Cotten mills control the will be greater, and who are ex fabrics in common use by working- ’ to
Oct. 6th, 1892. Supervisors report
JSTo. 5 approved to Oct. 6th, 1892.
Supervisors report No. 6 approved to
July 1st, 1892.
In the matter of claims for gravel
used on public highways. Ordered
that all bills and claims for damages
be continued to June term 1893.
Report of Chas. Talmage filed July
1st, 1892 approved.
In the matter of return of delinquent
tax roll of 1891 sheriff ordered to make
In the matter of the report of L, H.
Baker filed June 30lh, 1892 approved.
HATS AND CAPS.
We pay special attention to our line
of Hats, buying direct from the
manufacturers in the east. You
can find any kind of a hat in our
stock and at prices to suit you. We
have stiff hats in all shapes for
young men and old. Seethe styles
The CLA3C3 LACH THREAD C0-.
wi.l riistrihuto in premiums Two Th«nr and lk)l-|
lar.’’. Gold Coin, ft»r the I «*st F|»*chne:iij of
fanev work, to be made only irurn the
We are agents for Fargo's Celebrat
ed $2.50 calf shoes; every pair
guaranteed. We buy shoes from
Robison Bros,, Boston: Hamilton <t
Brown, St. Louis; C. II. Fargo, and
M. D. M ells, Chicago; all manufac
turers, and we guarantee all shoes
we sell to give satisfaction.
S.-nd lOc. tor
from Terminal or Interior Points lb
I Sample Spool.
men it is as high as from 110 to
150 per cent. There was imported
GLASGO TWILLED LACETIIREAD.
Open to all resident* < ' i • i titled Utates,^
last year of manufactures of wool
I 500 1 urda.
$43,000,000 worth, upon which
there was collected at our custom
houses and paid into the Treasury
is the Line 19 Take
Oregon, as second-class matter.
coir? it; Premiums.
A ROAD CONVENTION.
PROTECTION AND ROBBERY.
Send 1Co. each ,
Does Gov. McKinley mean to as
< r u r, h1a’* riving full
All tubecriberi who do not receive their
information. •• • <4 : » »« l/J of bim.
11 ' ThJ-ough VESHBULE o V r AIN s ""*
sert—will anybody outside of a lu-
write u t. I» ) N Vf
paper regularly will confer a favor by im
The protection that gives the
ThonjugL’y satisfactory prwis cr our rolla-:
mediately reporting the tame to thin office
nitic asylum or a protection club
Every Day in lhe Year to
owner of the protected mill the dif
No. 1 «nd No. t.
the continuance of the world’s fair, believe—that foreign manufacturers
Thursday, October 20, 1892.
= one thing; the protection that gives which shall be attended by dele ‘■cut the price” of their goods for For Sale—Baled hay or straw in any
(No Change ol Cars)
gates from societies interested in the American market 80 per cent? quantity to suit purchaser. For partic
R ibolitioss or C oxdoi . exi k ash ali . O bit - him more than the total amount of
ulars enquire of Wm. Arthur, McMinn
Composed of ( IHMYG
nary Poetry will be cbarged for at regular
wages he pays his workmen is an the improvement of local highways. To assert such a thing is to assume ville, Or.
Strange as it may seem, granges that these manufacturers sold us
| other and very different thing.
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Miles’ Nerve and Liver Pilis.
PILLMAM DRAWIM1 ROOM SIÆE1W
S ample C opies O p T he T elephone -R egis
(Of Latest Equipment,)
ter will be mailed to any person in the 1
There is not now’ an industry in have not given so much attention $43,000,000 worth of woolen manu Act on a new principle—regulating
United States or Europe, who desires one, 1
the United States for which a duty
free of charge
the nerves. A new discovery. Dr.
Best that can be constructed and in
of 20 per cent, will not ^over any trade, though the movement for the price” $35,000,000, which “as Miles’ l’ilis speedily cure biliousness,
which accommodations are for hoi-
' better roads is primarily in the in suming the tax themselves” would bad taste, torpid liver, piles, constipa-:
den of First or Second qnss Tick-
J alleged difference in wages.
tion. Unequaled for men, women, and
The protection that protects the : terest of farmers. Boards of trade, require—in order to sell to Ameri children. Smallest, mildest, surest! 50 '
ELEG1IT HAÏ COACHES.
doses, 25 cents. Samples free at Rogers
I workman is the protection that was ! realizing that bad roads have a de cans!
Continuous Line connecting with all
The same thing is true of glass,
lines, affordiug direct and unin
advocated or assented to of old pressing effect upon the commerce
time by Fédérais, Democrats, Re
Pullman Sleeper reservations can be secur
ject extensive consideration, and of iron, carpets, cottons, clothing,
ed in advance through ativ agent of the roàd
publicans and Whigs.
The protection of 35 to 238 per will doubtless send the majority of cutlery, salt, tobacco and a num
vnd Europe can la* purchased at any ticket
OST of the cases cured by Ayer’s
I cent, that covers not only the total delegates to the road convention. ber of other staple articles manu
office of this conn.any.
Sarsaparilla har e been given up
factured here. The duty on these by tlie regular practice. Physicians aro
Full information concerning rates, tlruj
I amount of wages paid, but often
of trains, routes and other details furnishes
The benefit of the people who : I from five to ten times as much ciations in the United .States, with ranges from 50 to over 100 per cent. recommending this medicine more than
on application to any agent, or
do not take it we again remark ;
A I» CHARLT0».
an aggregate membership of more Gov. McKinley admits that “a pro ever, and with satisfactory results.
Asst General Passenger Agent
that the price is
, 1 more, is Jhe protection that is ad
E. M. Sargent, Lowell, Mass., sa?A : —
General Offlee or the Company, No, 1(1
“ Several years ago, my daughter broke
vocated today by the republican
Our Cloaks and Winter Çlf.t St., Cor. W abtugton, Portaod, Or.
• business houses, and their influence by the consumer.” The bulk of out with large sores on her hands,
per year. It is the only out <
Wrafs come direct from
puzzled the doctors. My daughter
and out democratic paper pub- ' 20 per cent is for the workmen or j must be very great. Even the na the articles on our tariff list have case
used Ayer’s Sarsaparilla, and it resulted
lished in Yamhill County and ’
been highly protected for thirty in a complete cure. Her blood seems to
to pay the difference in wages. The
the manufacturers in Chi
have been thoroughly puritied, as she
sole object of 35 to 238 per cent, subject and passed a resolution to years. The assertion that foreign lias never had so much as a pimple
manufacturers “cut the price” 50 to
protection is to give certain manu
■' This is to certify that after having
Of the democratic population, « facturers labor without cost to ment could be hoped for so long as 100 per cent in order to “assume lieen sick for twelve years with kidney
line will be new and fresh.
thus making it especially;
the present system of constructing the tax themselves” is worse than disease and general debility, and having
Express Tyains Leave Portland Daily
sought by the advertisers. If.
out relief, I am now better in every re
your business needs strength- ’ be used to delude and corrupt vot : and maintaining public highways a paradox—it is either dishonesty spect,
and think I am nearly ivell,
Portland... 7. .00 p m pan Francisco 8.15 am
ening try advertising in tlie ;
San Fran. .7
ers. This republican protection is
T ei . ephonf .-R eoistf . r .
Above trains stop only at following sta
* C Street,
J ' opposed by every honest man. It
Albert Lea, Minn.
effort to purchase good
tions north of Roseburg: _Enst
k McMinnville, Or.
immediate improvement and be un
Oregon (’itv, Wood burnt, Salem. Albany,
Thinks from tlie County Press.
IkjKA. AJKA jnCKK» z: JR J».
z. z a : & A 4 b
Sbedds, Halsey, Harrisburg, Jun-
Serviceable Goods; those
There is not a protected industry der the control of the several state
ction city, Irving, Eugene
When any political party boasts of
in the land today whose protection
NATIONAL DEMOCRATIC TICKET.
that will give customers
It is realized that to be success- its ability to raise millions of dollars
does not exceed the total cost of its i
Roseburg... 5:40 p 1*1
Portia ul . 8
a m Rosebuq
as a campaign fund, it sets some people
Dr. J. C. Ayer A Co., Lowell, Mass.
Roseburg. 6:"ain I.
.- . 4 :00 p in
the most service for their
labor, which has not a bonus to use ; ful the work must be undertaken to thinking. When men can be pur Price $1; »lx bottle»,
Worth $5 a bottle.
Albany Local, Daily. Except Sunday.
of New Yerk.
in hoodwinking republicans and [ upon a comprehensive system and chased like cattle at elections, it is a
Portland 5: p m Albany......... 9: p iu
FOR VICE PRESIDENT,
purchasing floaters. It has ob . the same engineering skill employ- bad sign, and argues very poorly in fa
ADI,AI E. STEVENSON,
tained this excessive and unconsti . cd that has given the country such vor of the pure ami honest govern
ment which used to be one of America's
tutional protection through fraud [ a splendid system of railroads. proudest boasts. Over half of the
We don't believe in sac- Piilliiiaii RulTel
For Presidential Electors,
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
W. M. C oi . vig ............ ... of Jackson, and misrepresentation, by swearing , Highway construction of the hap-
of to-day know little of the du At the following rates: 2 to 3 feet, 4 cents
of second class passen
rificeing everything for For accommodation
G eo . E. N oland ...... ....... of Clatsop, that it was to pay merely the dif . hazard sort is money thrown away, voters
; 3 to 4 feet 5 cents, 4 to 6 feet. 7 cents,
gers attached to express trains
and care less. Then each
R obt . A. M iller ,...4 ....... of Jackson
and other trees in proportion. Call on or
WEST SIDE DIVISION
L. R. GREEN,
W. F. B utcher ....... ......... of Baker. ference in wages. Pig-iron makers i Enough money, or its equivalent in arises the question, whither are we address
cheapness; hence don't buy
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Lincoln. Polk Co., Or.
are protected $6.72 per ton and pay
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
nor sell the auction goods,
Saturday night all the citizens $3.35; sugar refiners are protected [ on the highways to have given a far It is claimed by the state board of
Portland . 7:30 a in McMinn' 10:10 e tn
who are interested in the future $11.20 per ton and pay $3.03; steel . better result, had science and svs- charities that Oregon prisons and re
McMinn’ 10:10 am Corvallis . 12:10 |> m
if we know it.
Corvallis.. 12:55 p m McMinn'
progress of this city, should attend rail makers are protected $13.34 [ tern been used. With but few ex- formatory institutions are in a deplor
McMinn*... 2:56pm Portland. 5 30 |..ii
Two acres of land in the John Lynch ad
the caucus at the opera house for and pay $11.59—and so on through i ceptions, road overseers know ab able condition. Well patronized as dition to McMinnville. Good house with
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
young fruit and good water. Enquire at
trains of Oregon Pacific.
But we do claim to lead
the nomination of city officers. the whole list.
solutely nothing about road-making, they are it would seem that there the premises.
Express Train Daily, except Sunday.
should be no grounds for such a report.
J. II BOGUE.
The future as well as the present
This protection is not for the . and what the few think they know —Newbern Graphic
all competitors in low
4 :40 p ni iMcMim .. 7.25pm
condition demands attention and a workman. He gets none of it. It ; is wrong. The prime essential of a
.. 8:20 a in
Notice of Executor's Sale of Real
prices, here or elsewhere,
young, progressive council is the is robbery by his employer that ; good road is drainage, and yet no The objection some preteml to have
Through Tickets to all Points
puts in peril the protection the . effort in that direction is made. against the government owning the
EAST AND SOUTH.
Notice is hereby given that under and by
workman now enjoys and has al . The next is a solid foundation of railroads is that the appointive power virtue
For tickets and full information regard
of an order of the County Court of ty of goods.
ing rates, mans, etc., cull on the Company’s
The T elephone R egister wishes ways enjoyed. The robbery of the , rock, yet few roads can boast of
the County of Yambill and State of Oregon
agent at McMinnville
date October 8th, A. D. 1892. in the mat
to apologize to Mr. Brutscher and people by the employer, under pre- . such a foundation. What is needed much of a saving. How is it now in of
E. P. ROGERS.
the post-office patronage? The People’s ter of the estate of JoelStow deceased ami un
Asst. G F. A P Agt
his supporters in this county for . tense that it is for wages, when it is i is a state superintendent of roads party want all officers elected by derand by virtue of the terms of last will and
testament of said decedent the undersigned
the part taken in the campaign of . for his own pocket and campaign , who is a practical engineer and a the people—postoffice—railroad—all.— as tlie executor of said estate will on Satur
ment for people to buy for
the 26th dav of November, A I) 1892.
1890 in advocating the election of expenses, will be stopped, though i man of executive force. It should North Yamhill Leader.
duly sell at public auction for cash in hand
at the Court house door at McMinnville,
Wm. Galloway as count}’ judge. the people have to tear down all I be his duty to prescribe the plan
cash we shall, on all but a
COM MISSIONERS COURT.
Oregon, at the hour of one o’clock p m of
It is rather late to make the apol protection of every kind to get at it. upon which roads in any locality Business Transacted ar tlie adjourned said day. the following described real prem
ises belonging to said estate to-wit:
ogy but we have just found that
The donation land claim of James P.
If the protected workman is wise . shall be constructed, whether the
Yocum in township 5 south, range 5 west,
a great mistake was made in that he will not imperil his own protec work be done at expense of the
per cent, off to cash buyers.
In the matter of the location and es of the Willamette Meridian in Yamhill
tablishment of a county road survey county State of Oregon, containing 160
election, and having found it out, tion by trying to save to his em . state or of the several counties.
acres more or less,and also the following de
we are perfectly willing to admit it ployer the protection that is rob
Much as the interests of farmers 364. Report approved and road de scribed parcel to-wit: Beginning at a point This we find is absolutely
1 82 chains west of the northeast corner of
and publicly apologize for our mis bery ; he will save his own protec . are concerned in this question, prac-
said donation land claim, thence west 13.52
fence to be erected.
chains, thence north 10 degrees and 15 min necessary in order for us
take. There are hundreds in this tion by joining those who now ob . tical work will no doubt come from
In the matter for desk for surveyors utes, west 7.03 chains, thence north 3 de
city who are kicking themselves for ject only to being robbed by his em . commercial organizations. Farm office Contract awarded to B, Clark grees east, 9.00 chains, thence north 10 de to meet the changed condi
grees east, 12.69 ( bains, thence easterb
the same sin.
ers are more prone to see the im for $60.
parallel with south boundary of Janies
Coleman s donation land cla;m,5.38 chains, tions and demands of our
mediate dollar paid for road-tax, S. P. Smith grunted scholarship iu thence easter ly to east line of James Cole
Leaving Portland, 8:45 A. M.
COTTON AND COTTONS.
man’s donation land claim, 134% rods wholesale houses.
EARNINGS AT HOMESTEAD
since it is visible and tangible, than state agriculteral college.
7:30 P. M.
In the matter of the location and es
southerly on east boundary of
The Amoskeag mills directors,
There is strange news from the the many dollars saved in their an tablishment of a county road survey claim,thence
said claim, 134% rods, thence west on the
having declared a 10 per cent, divi Carnegie works at Homestead. The nual expenses by having better 364. Road declared a public highway south boundary line, 1.32 chains, thence
south, 4.10 chains to the place of beginning,
dend, and having eaten the good manager, Mr. Frick, made up his
containing 46 acres situated in said county
and state and described on page? 460 and
dinner with which they annually mind that he would employ and a matter of faith’and mathema fence.
*.61 <>f book “P’’ of the records of deeds of
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
celebrate their prosperity, have not only intelligent but cd-' tics, while the former is visible to In the matter of the school district said
Dated ibis 18th of October. A D. 1892
maps furnished by Wyatt Harris and
served their yearly notice on their ucated workingmen. The problem ' the naked eye. For this reason, I . H. Baker. Ordered that the same
23 Hours Quicker to Chicago,
Executor of said estate.
wage-workers to vote the republi was whether to continue with the the work of educating farmers up be approved and accepted official school
R amsey & F enton ,
old workingmen at reduced rates | to a willingness to pay a road-tax district map of Yamhill county. It is
If there is any branch of manu or to procure higher intelligence sufficient to construct, good roads is further ordered that each school district
Farm for Sale
factures in which the United States for the old or. if necessary, higher
(Formerly Morrison Street, Between Front and First )
Supervisors report of district No. 1
• Sleepers, T'ree I^eclin-
ought to excel it is the cotton goods rates. It was solved by procuring
approved to Oct. 5, 1892. Supervisors west of McMinnville, 30 acres in cultiva
iner Chair Cars, Dlr-lnf
tion, balance pasture. Fruits of all kinds
trade, on account of the fact that it the services of educated men, some more fully the benefits of public report of district No. 2 approved to July on
the place. 300 trees bearing and 200
raises most of the raw cotton of the I of them college graduates, and a highways over which traffic may be 1st, 1892. Supervisors report of district young trees. Good buildings, good fences
For rates or general information call on
and spring water. For terms apply to
carried on at all seasons of the year, No. 3 approved to July 1st, 1892. Su owner.
few of them professional men.
J ames . O. L amb ,
Out of a crop of 3,5CO,000,000 One of the causes of trouble at and practical efforts may be ex pervisors report district No. 4 approved
W H. HURLBURT, Asst. Gen. l’a-s. Agt.
Goods Made up in Latest Style.
234 Washington St.,
pounds there will be 2,300,000,000 Homestead resulted from the im pected to come from them, this road
Cleaning, Scouring, Repairing a Specialty. | Third Street, near O'A Fellows' Building.
exported and 1,200,000,000 con proved machinery adopted by the convention being a manifestation
sumed at home.
company, ’¡’he ton rates adopted
In 1891 the United States ex before the machinery came into
RASH MR. M’KINLEY.
ported raw cotton to the value of use were found to give w about 350 of I
McKinley would do better
$290,712,858 and cotton goods to the 4000 ipen very large weekly
the value of $13,604,857. In the wages by reason of the increasd to stick to that same old speech.
same year our importations of cot output of the machines. Conse The moment that he departs from
ton were valued at $29,142,330, and quently an attempt was made to re its ponderous platitudes and feeble
the amount of tax paid on the duce the rates, and this attempt fallacies he gets into trouble.
If a tariff is put on an article
goods by the American consumers was one cause of the trouble.
The company now admits that which is not produced in this coun
The people of this country grow the workingmen are entitled to reap
the cotten, send most of it abroad J the benefit of the larger output if foreign price, plus the duty. In
and pay a tax of $15,000,000 on they have the training and intelli that case we pay the duty. A pro
goods made in foreign countries gence necessary to the mangement tective tariff may for a time be
from their own staple, in order that of complicated and dangerous ma- i paid by the consumer, but the mo
the American manufacturers may, ichinery. And at the same time it ment the United States is able to
grow rich by partly clothing them. admits that high wages do not de produce the article, competition
On the other hand the British man pend on tariff' taxes but on skill I cuts the price, and the foreigner
ufacturer buys his raw material of and intelligence. The company ‘ must meet the cut, thereby assurn-
us, and sends us back $12,000,000 will pay its few hundred leading ! ing the tax himself.
Let us .see about this.
worth of goods, we paying a tax of men high wages liecause of this.
between $6,000,000 and $7,000,000 The tariff is the same as that un The United States is able to pro- j
on our inability to compete with der which it proposed to reduce duce woollens. It has taxed them |
the distant Englishman in the man the pay of its former workmen, but ¡under the tariff for three-quarteiS
it is ready to pay men who excel j of a century. The present duty I
ufacture of our own product.
BURNS & DANIELS
Of course this is not the whole its <>ld employees, whose product averages 80.G2 percent. On some 1
market by the help of the tariff,
HARDING t HEATH, Publishers.
make what suits them, and out of
which they can realize the largest
subscription bates .
Jne Copy, per year, inadvance.............. $1 00 profit, and we tax ourselves $15,-
One C«py, six months in advance............ 50
000,000 a year to help along their
Entered at the poetoffice at McMinnville enterprise and shrewdness.
pected to greatly increase and ad
vance the improvement of ma
In a word, the law and philoso
phy of high wages are being hap
pily illustrated at Homestead.
To all Points East & South
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
NOW READY !
Puzzled fhe noctors.”
THEY ARE SHOWING UP VERY FINE !
East and South
Southern Pacific Route
Prune Trees For Sale.
For Sale or Trade!
A. J. APPERSON
The Portland Tailor,
A FULL LINE OF SUITINGS AND PANTS GOODS
( ) (). HODSON,
IF YOU WANT
House Furnishing Goods. AT BEDROCK PRICES,
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
Gas and Steam Fittings, Paints, Etc.
Sash, Doors and Blinds
Galvanized Iron, Tin and Metal Work
of Every Description.
O. O. HODSON.
the liest and most complete
Portland and will