The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953, December 08, 1892, Image 1

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McMinnville, Yamhill County.
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published THE TELEPHONE-
ItEGISTEK, Monarch of home
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in all flic Directories.
State of Oregon, Yamhill County.
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I .and is cheap, offering special in­
ducements to fruit raisers and
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Circulation Guaranteed Greater Than That of Any Other Paper Published in Yamhill County.
REGISTER Established Au,ust. 1881.
lELEmONE Established June. 188«
VOL. IV. NO. 45
M c M innville , O regon , T hursday , D ecember 8,1892.
Consolidated Feb. 1,1889.
I SIX HUNDRED AGAINST ONE
me in the least by his talk.
TROTTERS. PAST-PRESENT.' a bother
matter of fact he is insulting
DEXTER
TRYING TO MAKE A GOOD INDIAN
AND
FLORA
TEMPLE,
COMPARED TO NANCY HANKS.
BY THE ONLY METHOD.
W liat the Attempt ha* Cost-The Life Ilin- |
lory of Kill the Apache, the Prize Grail- •
uate of the Government School, Who j
Left Society on a Grand Mission and Has
Never Returned.
Breeding Has had More to With Reduc­
ing Records than Modern Appliances—
5lau<l
S. no
I»onger
Considered—He
Thinks he Fairly Won Bonner's *5000,
bnt tlie Latter says he did not.
A«
Mr.
Forbes by claiming the $5000.
“Mr. Bonner, do you think a horse
can trot in two minutes?"
■"I think it will be done and with a
pneumatic tire. I am having one of
these sulkies built, and horsemen say
it will lie a decided improvement over
tlie present ones.”
Extract From a Modern Novel.
Budd Doble, when asked if he
thought Maud S. would Iwat Nancy
Faithful to her promise and with
Oocethere wasail Indian baby on the
Hanks' time this season, answered: lieating heart she noi*el<«<sly glided
San Carlos reservation who was lucky
“Oh, no; there is not much danger of along the dimly lit corridor, in which
enough to attract the attention of tlie
Mr. Bonner’s horses lowering the rec­ reigned tlie awful stillness of death. At
agent’s wife. His Apache mother used
ord.
But, of course, such a thing is the door of the “Blue Chamber” she
to tilt his basket up against a tree while
possible. Maud S. and Sunol are won­ paused for an instant, and giving one
site worked in the agent’s house and
derful horses, but Nancy Hanks will swift, frightened glance around, disap­
leave him in charge of a certain yellow
lieat them every day in the week peared into the reeessi»- of that niyster-
dog until it. was time to take him back
Maud S. hasn't I h - vii in form for a long ious npartnient, within whose wall,
to the tepee at night. He had a
time,
and I doubt if she ever gets back lay hidden the silent family secret of
name tliat meant Yellow Wolf or Eagle
into sha|ie. Nancy Hanks Is in her Granniore Grange. A moment later a
that Tears, or something like that, but '
prime. She is only six years olil and sudden, piercing shriek rang out iqsiu
the Apache sounds were too hard for
is as sound as a nut. Nancy ha* won­ the midnight air a cry «tartling in its
the white folks and he was soon plain
derful endurance and is capable of low­ agonizing wail.
Kid He was the smartest Indian baby
ering her record.”
Without delay the door was rapidly
ever on the reservation, and really no­
“Doyon think a mill <’un lie trotted burst open by the hastily awakened
ticed tlie Eastern lady who watched
in two iniuutes'.'”
household, when to their horror and
him from the veranda and I bought he
“Certainly, and it would’nt surprise amazement, a lieartrending sight met
was Hie funniest thing in tlie whole
me in the least if it was done liefore their gaze. Crouching in a corner, her
country.
many months. The lowering of the eyes transfixed is terror lay Hesterllanl-
There was not much humor there
THE RETREAT.
record is more or less due to the pneu­ rag<‘, |M>inting to the other end of tlie
then. There was deatli in a hundred
matic-tired sulky, Imt I think too room. “Speak, girl,” cried her fattier,
hideous shapes always threatening, for Napoleon McKinley's Once Victorious Army Returning from a Political Moscow
much importance is attached to the in a voice trembling with rage, “tell me
every year had its uprising and those
—With Apologies to M. Meissonier.
sulky. There are a hundred reasons what you have seen.” “Father," she
nearest-were most likely to suffer when
why the trotter of the present time are entreated, “do not reproach me -lie
the Apaches started away on their back to San Carlos, lint not all of them.
and the steepest kind of bills to climb.
FAMOUS HUNTING GROUNDS
able to make better nsurds than those merciful, 1 implore you—1 saw — a
—
raids.
No
man
can
pass
a
week
in
tlie
Bad
Kid would not agree to the surrender
in the days of Du xter and Flora Tem­ licet le."
Blit Kid’s father had the fortune to and slipped away like a coyote into tlie Spart for tlie Adventurous in tlie Coteau Lands without having adventures to
ple. The tracks are much liettei than
Kills anil the Rad l.and».
lie killed during one bit of murdering brush. They sent Geronimo and ills
relate. Hunting in Hint region is
they used to lie, and the methods of
Forty-tw« Ton« to 1lir Acre.
and burning, nml Kid outgrowing his chiefs back into the Florida everglades,
rough and wild enough to satisfy tlie
shoeing,
training
and
harnessing
all
basket of wicker and buckskin,tramped whence they could never hope to come
Tile most accessible and attractive most romantic turn of mind, If a fel- tend to the lies! results.
Some wonderful results with regard
nakedly about tlie agency until be was back to the mountains and deserts they hunting grounds in the United States low wants to test hi«* nerve he can
to i>otat<> culture have lieen obtained by
“
I
shouldn
’
t
like
anything
lielter
quite a lioy.
knew so well. One of these chiefs was are tlie famous Uoteausanil Bad Lands, tackle a cinnamon bear or a panther.
a gentleman farmer in France. This
Then the agent and his wife decided Masse. He escaped from the train in says a Bismarck letter to the Colorado It is a fact that the Marquis de Mores than to ride liehind Dexter or Flora farmer, who is also a distinguiahed
Temple under the conditions of the
killed
to do something for Kid. The jieople Kansas, and, savage though lie was, lie Sun. The season is now at its height
a cinnamon liear there, single-
chemist, lias lieen, according to a re­
were getting tired of the regular spring made bis way back through the states and the sport is first-class Gid hunters handed and alone, after lying out all present time. I never drove Flora ex­ cent consular report from Nantes, for
cept to a ninety-pound sulky with a
overflow of devils from tlie reservation, unapprehended into Arizona. Hefound say they never saw feathered game night to find the brute. The marquis
straight axle. The method necessi­ some time past conducting experi­
the soldiers killed many and brought Kid, probably by the same instinct by I more plentiful. This is accounted used only a hunting knife, but a gun
tated harnessing the mare farther away ments with potatoes, with the remarka­
others back, but the Indians only stay­ which a freed wolf finds the pack, and for by the fact that there lias been a that will throw an ounce bullet three-
from the sulky, thus increasing the ble result that lie has succeeded in se­
ed during the wet weather, and when together they murdered through the considerable.extension of grain sowing quarters of n mile is much safer. As a
draught. Maud S. trotted iK’fore a curing the enormous n>turn of forty-
out of doors became pleasant again, years. At intervals they descended on in the Missouri valley. Ducks and nerve-tester, however, De Mores took
forty-two pound sulky with curved two tons per acre. Tlie plan he adopts
away they went, fresh from months of the reservation and carried off women. prairie chickens are found in tlie great­ the proper course.
axle
which brought the driver nearly is to carefully select the seed nnil to use
lazy living, with new blankets and a These women do not come back. Kid est numbers on the outer edge of civili­ A hunting party going to the bail
over
her back. In this way the only the licst and soundest tuliers. The
hunger for blood whetted by a season’s has an easier way of getting a divorce zation, where they can feed in compar­ Lands needs to leave the railroad at
ground is dug or plowed to a great
draught
was materially lessened.
Medora or Glendive and drive or tramp
abstinence. Tlie government in its than through the courts.
ative security in the wheat fields.
depth and is well manured. Before
“
A
great
many
improvements
have
wisdom decided that if these lienighted
Less than a year ago the soldiers got
The Coteaus are a range of hills, or twenty or thirty miles. They will
planting the seed |iotatoes they are
bei
’
ii
made
since
Flora
Temple's
time.
people could only lie shown the hope­ Masse. They were pursuing the pair rather a region of hills, occupying a then get clear of the cattle-ranches and
soaked for about twenty-four hours ill a
We
had
two
weights
then.
As
I
recol
­
WANTFI) Wide-awake workers every lessness of killing all the whites they as they had often pursued them liefore, strip of country as large as the State of find good sport. December hunting
W. C- DIELSCHNEIDER.
’» An l UJ where for “«HEPP S PHOTO­
lect the mare, there would I n - great im­ mixture iumposed of sail pe ter and sul­
and a lucky longshot knocked him Massachusetts, on the cast side of Mis­ tours for deer are liecoming popular, A
GRAPHS of the WORLD, the greatest would liecome discouraged and quit.
phate of ammonia, slx]M>undsof each
book on earth ; costing $100,000; retail at
So they determined to take away to from his horse. He fought on the; soni i river. The settlement there is little snow is an advantage, and it is provement in her time if modern ap­
Watchmaker
18.25, cash or installments; mammoth ilhis- the east a number of the young bucks, ground until the life was gone, but scant, owing to tlie billy nature of the seldom ns deep in that section ns it is pliances hail been used. By the way, salt to twenty-five gallons of waler.
rra^c'l circulars and term free
Dexter made Jiis rissird Io a seventy­ After this soaking the tidier* are al­
and Jeweler. \MbMU x daily
output over I.' am t <»|- educate them up to a proper apprecia­ Kid got away
territory. There are innumerable small east of the Missouri, or anywhere in
pound
sulky. I have every reason for lowed to drain, and they then stand for
Dealer in All Kinds ol Watches, Jewelry. Plated Ware vllAal I Wjnnes. Agents wild with suc­ tion of the value of a white man’s life,
Usually there are four or live relic- | lakes and meadow and patches of tim- the Missouri bottoms. It is a little
cess. Thos. L. Martin, Centreville. Texas,
Clacks and Spectacles. McMINNVILLE. OR.
believing
the limit of |H*rfeetion has twenty-four hours longer, in order that
and ultimately to send them back as gades with this evil spirit of the moun­ lier. It is safe feeding grounds for deer, early for venison at present, and there
not
lieen
reached
in sulkies yet, nml I the germs may have time to swell.
missionaries to spread the knowledge tains. Just now there are supposed to; and the most desirable kind of resting is nothing doing in the Bad Lands ex­
“S
look
for
a
good
many
improvements by Clunnlirrx’ Journal.
(’AI.BKEATII & GOUCHER,
be six or seven, and for each one «lead place for ducks and geese.
cept on the part of cowboys and other
O., $23 in 40 minutes; Rev. J. Howard Mad­ they had bestowed on him.
next
spring.
The
pneumatic
came in
ison. Lyons, N.Y., $101
The K.anty stanilanl.
It was a good idea and with other sav­ a thousand dollars is ottered and the
The big wheat fields of Dickey, La­ pioneers.
suddenly
and
was
adopted
by
nearly
in 7 hours: a bonanza nt thn ll/nnfl ages it had worked well.
Kid
’
s
head
is
worth
many
thousands.
The
great
army
of
sportsmen
are
just
Moure,
Kidder
and
Wells
counties
ex
­
magnificent outfit only W* UIC WUIIU
PHYSICIANSAND SURGEONS,
The standard of female loveliness
That was the chance to do something The great cattle ranches of New and tend to the foot of the Coteaus, and now busy among the full breasted everybody who had fast horses. In
$1. Rooks on credit. Freight paid. Address
(Office over Rralv’s Bank.)
G iz > ez 1*1 BLTsinsu Co. 723 Chestnut st, Phil­ for Kid. He was so bright, sodiflerent Old Mexico have been ltis hunting afford convenient food for the myriads chickens in the Dakota Wheatfields. my opinion it will lie greatly improved. varies greatly in different countries and
adelphia, or 358 Dearborn st. Chicago. Ill
“Now aliout the straight track, witli individul tastes Some prefer the
M c M innville ,
-
•
-
O regon .
from the other Apache spawn, that the grounds. He has slaughtered many of prairie chickens which fatten there. Duck will follow as they liegin their
which
so many owners are yelling for. plump and buxom type; some prefer
I
men
there.
Within
a
few
months
no
agent
picked
him
out
for
the
govern
­
When the CoteauM are first entered a migration southward. Wisconsin and
We will give away abso­
SILK
There
is no doubt that some horses the slender and sylph-like, and Home
lutely free of cost, an ele­ ment's pupil and away he went to the less than six vaqneros have fallen by scene of desolation forms itself upon Minnesota hunters who are accustomed
J D. BAKER.
black or colored silk
would do better on a straight course, the tall and qtieenl.y maiden. Bill
DRESS gant
his
bullets.
He
lies
by
a
trail
or
near
a
Indian
university
at
Carlisle.
From
to
spend
a
week
or
two
witli
an
expen
­
the
vision,
but
this
is
soon
relieved
by
pattern of IG yards
lint the majority of them can make a among all people of the < 'aucnHian race,
FREE dress
to any young ladv in eve­ there came back all manner of good re­ water hole and waits for some man to a magnificent prospective of water and sive outfit in shooting half a dozen or a
SURGEON AND HOMEOPATHIC
ry town in America, who ports. He learned easily. He took to come along. As the traveler passes a landscape. The mountains are singu­ dozen mallards may think they are mile on a curved one just as quick. I one point, of lieauty is always adminsl,
is willing to introduce
think it is quite probable that Nancy a pure, clear and spotleai complexion
PHYSICIAN.
among her friends “Thejlonsehold Pilot" civilization with as much readiness as shot in the back ends him. From his ( larly abrupt. Valleys which at this having fun, hut they do not know
Hanks could lower her record on a whether the female be of tlie blonde,
a
large
8
page.
40
column
illustrated
house
Office Upstairs in the Garrison Building. hold and farm journal, one of the best, any child of twenty generations of civ­ victims Kid keeps supplied with what-' season are luxuriant with vegetation what sport is. Duck are slaughteiisl
straight track, Imt it must be remem­ lirunette, or hazel-eyed type. This first
ilization.
He
came
out
of
the
Indian
ever
he
needs.
His
horses
are
the
best
I
by
the
hundred
in
this
country.
and
fragrant
with
blooming
Flowers
now in its 14th year. We make this great
bered tbat she is a remarkable horse for great requisite of loveliness can Is- as­
offer in order to introduce our paper at school an educated, finished gentleman in the two territories, for he lias all, wind among the hills. Lovely fresh
RAMSEY Ä FENTON,
once into many thousand new homes. Be
standing a continued strain. It is sured only by a pure stale of the
Terril
cotta
lunilier
seems
to
be
com
­
with
a
college
training
and
all
the
rest
there
are
to
choose
from.
water,
with
surface
smooth
as
glass,
sure to send 2f> cents for the paper.'one year
of it.
on trial and sample of silk Io select from.
His shrewdness passes belief. Every i shimmers in the sunlight. Myriads ing into s|>ecinl favor witli architects needless to say tlint some horse« could blood, active liver, gissl appetite and
ATTORNEYS AT-LAW.
Pilot Pub. Co , Center St , New Haven, t't.
His native brightness and the culture trick of the fugitive he knows. A of birds awaken the echoes with melod­ for niany purjioses in building construc­ not stand it, liecause they require the digestion, all of which are secured by
McMinnville,
...
-
Oregon.
he had come by so strangely made him squad of cavalry followed his trail for, ious warblings. Small (game of var­ tion. Its special recommendations are relief on the muscles afforded by the use of Dr. Pierce’» Golden Medical
a great favorite. Society took him up miles and finally found a dead horse ious kind is almost constantly insight. its non-eonductivity of heat, sound or swinging around the turns. The Discovery. It is guaranteed to accom­
CITATION.
Office; Rooms 1 ami 2 Union Block.
and he was a lion at receptions. His that given out under him and the Tlie hunter can travel for miles with­ cold, its ability to bear great heat or straight track will never lie popular plish all that is claimed for it, or money
In the Comity Court of Yambill County, was a presence that would make any horse’s shoes were turned wrong end out detecting the first sign of civiliza­ great weight continuously lor a long with the public because the |teople refunded. If you would have a clear,
State of Oregon.
J. I». TURNEY,
want to se<i Hie start and finish of the lovely eemplexion, from eruptions,
In the matter of the last will and testa­ such show a success. His strong In­ foremost. They had followed a back tion. The name of Coteau, or Coteaux time without breaking and its exceed­
ment of Joel Stowe, latent' this count I. de­ dian face and tall, well-knit frame trail.
ing lightness, its weight in roofing tile race. A great deal has haen said about moth-patches, sjsits and blemishes, u«e
means
the
hills
of
the
Dakotas,
or
of
ceased .
not being more than from eight to fif­ the kite-shaped track, but it will not the “Golden .Medical Discovery.
When he is alone lie covers his I the Sioux (cut-throat) Indians.
SURGEON AND PHYSICIAN.
clothes splendidly.
To Robert A. Stowe, Mary M Macv,Car­ set off good
oline Snell, Margaret. Taylor. Joel E. Stowe Women particularly were interested in tracks liehind him and no one can trail i Deer, antelope, badgers and foxes dis­ teen pounds per square foot, The size supersede the old style lss*ause the
Specialty of surgery ami diseases of women Francis M.Stowe, Nancv H. Robert-. Eliza­
Elo«v«*r« in FratitT.
horses are out of sight too long.
beth Streeter. Missouri B Smith. Lulu M. this reclaimed savage with a high mis­ him. They only know that lie has port by the ^waters of those mountain of roofing tile is usually one and a
Doliledidn't
want
to
talk
on
the
sub
­
U nion B lock
-
M c M innville , O r .
Woorlv. Marion T. Roberts. Ruth A Groves sion, for he knew the purpose the gov­ passed from place to place by the bod­ lakes and otter excellent sport to the half to three inches in thickness,
ImmeiiM* flower plant at ions exist in
Elizabeth E. Brower, Marvel T. Stowe, ernment that hail done so much for ies of his victims. Kid never touches Nimrods who seek for it in that direc­ twelve inches wide and twelve to ject of the $5,009 which Bonner offered
almost
every de|mrptment of the south
Roliert L. Stowe and Sarah Thompson, thè
J C. MICHAUX,
for lowering the time made by Maud
devisees ami heirs at law of said Joel Stowe him intended him for, ami he spoke of food he finds in a camp. Even whis­ tion. There are still a great many twenty-four indies long, These are
of France, but the Hlviera is e»|M*cia)ly
S.
He
said
if
he
got
to
talking
he
deceased.
it with enthusiasm. He lived the key he will not touch for fear of poison. l>eaver on the creeks which flow from set between T iron purlins very much
Whereas. Isaac Lambright, sole executor
might say more than he meant to. “As devoted to this ty|ie of dainty agricul­
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.
of the last will and testament of said Joel white man’s life, said pretty things to Whenever he likes he goes into the the bills into IheMissouri or tlie James. the same as ordinary clay fire-proof a matter of fact,"said Mr. Doble,“when ture. Grasse, Nice and Cannes amt
Stowe, deceased, has tiled in the above the white man’s women in romantic towns. He speaks half a dozen lan­ i This is the prairie chicken season, and floor tiling. This advantage of light-
LAFAYETTE. OREGON
named countycourt hisduly ve ¡tied petition
1 wired Mr. Bonner from Terre Haute the neighboring villages provide the
conservatories. Surely the education guages, thanks to his college education, | limiting parties are thick along the les-iisof course an important eo isid-
greater |iart of the perfumes of com­
praying
said
court
to
make
an
order
there
­
J«n,2l. '88.
of duly licensing and empowering him as of Kid was a great success.
and no one knows him. lie passes for foot bills. There is simply no limit to cration in large buildings on account of I believed I had won the $5000. Oh, merce. Each city has its special pro­
yes.
I
was
thoroughly
familiar
with
such executor to sell all the following de­
There was rumor of a prosjiecti ve wed­ a Mexican then and buys what lie I tlie game and the fun. After another saving possible in the heavy steel
duct. Nice supplies violets and orange
scribed parcel of land belonging to the es­
yy. E. MARTIN
the conditions under which it was to
tate of said decedent. so that the proceeds ding with one of the fairest and gent­ likes.
month of duck and chicken shooting beams ami construction work. Terra
blossoms, as does also < 'alines, and the
thereof call lie divided according to the lest of those who listened to his stories
Not long ago there was in the em­ the s|>ortsmen will begin deer stalking cottaiumber is manufactured by mix­ be won. I have a copy of tlie condi­ latter place is also famous for its roacs
provisions
of
«aid
will,
to-wit
:
The
East
tions,
and
they
state
that
tlie
time
was
Has the Finest Saloon in the City ami
ploy of one of the cattle companies in the Coteaus. There are no swamps ing sawdust with day which is then
and tuls’iiises utid jessamini’. Grasse
keep, the Be«l Brands of Wines, Liquors half of the following described parcel of of his life on the desert reservation, but
to be made over a track like those at
and Cigars. Billiard. Pool and Card rixims land to-wit: Beginning at a point 150 feet his mission called him back, and he down Dona Ana way a splendid va- or marshes to make travel wearisome burned very much as ordinary brick,
supplies iarge quantities <»f tlie last
south
of
the
north
and
west
junction
of
Cleveland
and
Buffalo,
having
the
in connection. Pabst Millwaukee Beer on
came to teach his fellows that there was quero. He was a Mexican, but so ex­ and slow. There is no timber to be- the sawdust being consumed in the
named flowers. Tljeqnantity of orauge
First
and
A
streets
of
the
town
of
McMinn
­
draught.
ville. Yamhill county, state of Oregon, more in life than murder and theft.
pert with tlie rope and so much of a| i guile and retard the hunter. A person burning’process. Several patents have same distance in the turns. Mr. Bon­ blossoms gathered annually on tlie Riv­
ner thought his offer was perfectly safe.
thence south along west lineofsaid A street
His return was a triumph. Parsons rider that even the tali Texans had to 1 gets over the hills and hardfprairie at lieen taken out on the article and pro­
iera amounts to the astonishing weight
M c M innville
l»> feet: thence west 204 (set; thence north
But it ap|x*ars that it wasn’t. Horse­
tUifeet, thence east 204 feet to the place of used him tor a text in their sermons admit him as good as the best of them. a rapid rate, and the opportunity to cess most of which are hi the hands of
men are of the opinion that he backed of 1,250,000 pounds. After that one
beginning, and whereas said county court and pointed to him as a solution of the He had worked along for some weeks I ! come u]xm the deer feeding in the big a single company.
has ordered that said petition he heard bv
out.
I won the money fairly and learlis without surprise tliat tlie violet
when he was sent witli another va- j meadows is excellent.
crop of Nice is 50,000 |M>unds | st year.
said court at the usual place of holding Indian question.
CABLIN' A COULTER, Proprietors
ough to get it. Of course Mr. Bonner
Official.
said court, in tlie courthouse in said town
—------
■
At last he reached the reservation quero to round up some stock in one of In the Missouri bottom north of
Goods of all descriptions moved and care­ of McMinnville, in said county' and state,
l.lllle. (tat Oh Mjr.
ful handling guaranteed. Collections will on Tuesday, the 3rd day of January, 1863, and the whole country watched to see the distant valleys. Neither of them J ’ Bismarck there is big game, and the
It is our earnest desire to impress it|>- don’t care for the money, but lie hated
—
b« made monthly Hauling of n.l kinds at one o’clock p m. of sa il day. timi di­ the result It came quick enough. One came back. They found the body of, i hunting there is carried on successfully on the minds of tlie public the super­ to acknowledge by paying the sum that I Notwithsianding
their diminutive
done cheap.
his
horses
iiad
lieen
beaten.
”
rected this citation to la» issued and served
night Kid dotted his good clothes and the cowboy wliere they had camped. ' 1 in the winter months. There is less iority of the service offered by the Wis­
size, pugnacity is one of tlie most con­
in this proceeding:
“
Is
it
true
Mr.
Forlies
has
«lecidisl
to
Now, therefore, in the name of the slate bis school teaching manner, brained a His throat had lieen ent while he slept. ' 1 chance of getting lost along the Mis­ consin Central lines to Milwaukee, Chi­
spicuous trails of the hmaniing birds.
of Oregon, you and each of you are hereby squaw who would have lietrayed him, The expert vaquero was Kid. This souri than in the Coteaus and Bad cago, and all points east and south. | trot Nancy Hanks next season?”
Even king birds and the boldest hawks
cite I ami required to he and appear at the
i “I desire to state right here that Mr.
tintes & Henry, Props.
Lands. The river country is timbered Two fast trains daily leave St. Paul,
are afraid of them, is'lllg eom|>elled to
time and place above appointed for hear­ and at the head of half a hundred oth­ was merely one of his grim surprises.
Forbes
has
made
no
plans
for
next
ing said petition and then and there show ers broke from the reservation and
After each outrage the soldiers have and on that account is made the win­ Minneapolis and Duluth, equipped
retreat liefore tlie im|ietu<ius assaults of
McMinnville.
-
Oregon.
cause, if any exists, why the sai<l prayer of
year, anil it isn’t at nil certain that
tore through Arizona, killing, torturing come out after the Apache. No one ter quarters of large game. While the with Pullman vestibuled drawing room Nancy will trot.”
the tiny warrior, whose 1 Mildness is
said petition should not lie granted.
In testimony whereof we have hereunto and burning. Through they went, over but the soldiers will hunt him. The stalking is comparatively [safe, it is sleepers, dining cars and coaches of the
Mr. Bonner was seen at l.is[resi<lence. only equal<*d by the lightning-like ra|>-
set our hands’and caused the seal of «aid
court to bo affixed on this the 9th day of the line and into Mexico, driving be­ cowboys, afraid of nothing on earth, | hard work in that region, and is not latest design. Its dining car service is He was also quite certain tlint a mile ipity of his movements, thus baffling
November, A, I). 1892.
fore them cattle and horses, the spoil of will not tempt fate by chasing this one followed to any great extent by visiting unsurpassed, which accounts, to a great will lie made in 2JM) liefore long. Re­ any attempt at resistance on the part
WM. GALLOWAY,
the raid, and leaving behind them men Indian, and a report that Kid is in ; spotsmen after the stormy season comes degree, for the popularity of this line garding Doble’s statement, he said: of the more powerful adversary. The
EH HENDRICKS,
County Judge,
Everything New
and women and children dead in their camp will stampede any cow outfit i on. Farmers living along the Missouri The Wisconsin Central lines in connec­ “Doble has ho claim at all.* In the lance-like thrusts of the needle-1 ike
Clerk of said County
Ramsey A- Fenton, Att'vs for said E«tate. blood, amid the blazing ruins of their from the Gulf to the Panhandle.
get a good many deer every winter, tion witli the Northern Pacific IL It. is published correspondence I stated I lieuk are usually directed at tlie eyes of
(Nov.
17-49.)
And Firstclass.
But so frequent have been this Apach­ Imt hunters can do lie!ter along in Oc­ tlie only lines from Pacific coast ] Klints would give $54X10 to the owner of any the enemy. When two or more imii-
homes on tlie ranches.
And at the head of the band rode es outrages of late that the two govern tober ami November.
over which both Pullman vestibuled, horse which trotted :> mile in 2t05. Die viduab* of eitiier sex hap|s’U near tlie
.«[„‘rial Accommodations for Commercial
Travellers,
Kid, naked as the rest, with the black ments have apparently determined to
Rattlesnakes are thick in the river first class, and Pullman tourist car« are Iile says it must lie an ass or fool. There same spot, spirited and often violent
warstreaks on his cheeks and the end them for always. Two troops of bottoms during the warm weather, operated via St. Paul without change was not any contract. 1 said I would conflicts are almost certain to ensile.—
Corner Second and E Streets, one block
from Cooks hotel.
white vengeance streaks painted across United States cavalry have been sen* but after the sharp frosts of October to Chicago.
give that amount if that time was J’wr/on Transcript.
DECISION.
out for 1dm and are now scouring the have set in they an’seldom seen and
Pamphlets giving valuable informa­ made mi any of the grand circuit
his forehead.
I. W.COWLS. LEE LAUGHLIN E. C APPERSON
Speaking of patent medicines, the That was ten years ago, and ever hills ontheold Head rancho in New do little harm. A great advantage to tion can be obtained free upon applica. tracks from Cleveland to Hartford. I A Denver girl had- a man arrested
Prssldent.
Vice President.
Cashier
judge says: “I wish to deal fairly since Kid has been the scourge and ¡.he Mexico.
sportsmen east of the Missouri is that tion to your nearest ticket agent, or
! was careful to mention the grand eir- for having forced Iler to swallow six
and honorably with all. and when terror of the southern mountains. They have orders to hunt him down, there are no rattlesnakes. Farmers and
J as . C. P om >,
J cuit, liecause the soil in some states dynamite caps. The (!ourt Irnde her
I find an article that will do what Scores of those who have ridden with no mafter how long or how far they old frontiersmen do well on the Mis­
Gen’l Pass, and Tkt. Agent, ! make marvelous tracks. One of the get hence. He was wi lling to ileal out
McMinnville, Oregon.
it is recommended to do. I am not him have been killed and captured, have to follow him.
Chicago III. 1 conditions was that the |terformance justice with an even liand, but hail none
souri during the winter, sometimes
ashamed to say. so. I am acquaint­ lint they have never succeeded in put­ Just over the line 51)0 Mexican in­ making big money out of deer, but
in stock tliat seemed to fit case. The
Paid up Capital. $50,000. ed with Dr. Vantlerjiool (having ting back the bonds on Kid. He has fantrymen are on the same mission. It
The second son of the ezar, the Grand I must be made with the old regulation
girl wanted to go into hysterics, tail
tenderfeet will tie more comfortable out Duke George, continues his peculiar sulkies.”
lieen treated by him for cancer), slaiu a hundred white men and wom­ would be a close place for most men, there after December 1st.
was afraid to let her agitation jolt tier,
Transacts a General Banking Business,
Then
you
will
not
give
Doble
the
and have used his blood modicine, en. The soldiers of the United States but Kid has lieen as badly lieset before. One of tlie most interesting places on course of treatment for pulmonary dis­ > $5000.”
and so refrained. Hbe left tlfc place in
Deposits Received Subject to Check
ease. In accordance witli his physi­
Many a wild ride ha« he given them earth, .as well as a fine huhting ground
Interest allowed on time deposits. known as the S. B. Headache and and Mexico have hunted him over
“No, sir, liecause he has no right to the manner of one who treads upon
cian’s theory that a low temperature
Sell siirht exchange and telegraphic trans­ Liver cure, and while I am seven­ thousands of miles, and every time he over tlie hills and deserts, his horse for large game, is the Bad Lands. For
i it. Mr. Forties has stateil that he was eggs, w hile rhe crowd fled from liefore
tends
to
destroy
tlie
consumption
liac-
fers on New York, San Francisco and Port­ ty-five years old. and have used
has escaped from them, and turning tearing over the country unguided, wild and weird scenery, for curious for­ illus and to prevent the growth of the I not entitled to the money because he her. An interesting feature of the af­
land.
Collections made on all accessible points. many pills and other remedies for back has time and again crawled into while the naked rider dealt death back mulations and for opportunities to get tubercles, tlie room of the royal pa­ . did not live up to tlie conditions. M.r fair developed later. The girl had not
the blood, liver and kidneys. I their eamp and cut the throats of one i to them as they galloped wildly on.
Office hours from 9 a. m. to 4 p m.
lost, the Bad Lands beat the world. It tient is unpapered and bare, tlie mat­ , Forlies and I are on good terms and swalloweil the <-aps.
------------- -- • » -----------
must say that for a kidney tonic in or more.
' have always got along nicely. I don’t
is incomparable, so far as the northern
Bright's disease, as an alterative When Geronimo made his last raid The originator of the theory that the frontier is concerned, for a wild out­ tress oil his lied thin, and tlie fires ; want any controversy with Doble. The England has Isiught American rqe
freely for a number of years past
I for the blood, or to correct the ac­ Kid joined him among the rocks of the earth is round was probably Thales of door life: There are some buffalo, but moderate in the coldest weather. The i man who rubbed down Nancy Hanks ; pies
Now it appears that she has fixed her
■
*W remecUea that do not i»-' ‘ u I J /
progress
of
the
disease
is
said
to
have
Miletus
almut
<>40
B.
(
’
.
He
not
only
j has just as good a right to the money eyes U[s>n the orange groves of Florida.
lure the b tilth or interfere with one'» buetneae or tion of the stomach and »bowels it Sierra Madre. There were 200 of the
uleMUre. It build« np and lmprores the eenerel
taught that the earth was globular in more bear. Deer are common. There lieen checked, but his attendants suffer
Recently a steamer sailed from Fernan-
health, clears the »km and beautiaeethe complexion. is a very superior remedy, and red fiends on the war path at the time,
are
some
mountain
sheep,
an
occasional
extremely from the cold.— liar/w'* | as Doble, but nobody has won it."
form, but of the five zones, some of the
4o wrinkles or dabbineaa follow this- treatment
dina for England carrying ten thousand
“
Doble
is
quite
sure
tliat
lie
won
the
imdoraed by phyaiciana and leadma society ladles. beats anything I ever tried.
and the record of their awful crimes is
wildcat,
any
number
of
wolves
and
a
Bazar.
I Isixes of oranges—the first direct shite
principal circles of the sphere, the ca­
J. B NELSON, Yakima. Wash,
PATIENTS TREATEO BY MAIL CONFIDENTIAL
. money fairly.”
MsnalM». X» ktseei»«. S«»4 • w»u io «my. fae p«rfk-alv. u
i ment of the kind ever made to tlie old
At 50 cents a bottle, it is tlie poor man s a long one. But at last they had to pacity of the moon and the true course variety of feathered game. There are I Cure for Colds, Fevers and General De­
HI • ». Mil« B IlCIt 11 TIUTf I CHUB KL friend and family doctor.
“He didn’t, though. Doble doesn’t country.
quit, and General Crook brought them of the’ lunar eclipses.
' the wildest kind of canyons to traverse bility, Small Bile Beans. 25c. per bottle.
JO CLOSE 00T_
Desiring to close out our busi­
ness we will sell everything
now in stock al cost. This
stock, as our customers well
know, contains everything in
THE GROCERY LINE.
Canned Goods
In Endless
Variety
Crockery and
Glessware.
MILLSAP & SON.
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TRUCK AND DRAY CO,
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