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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 5, 1893)
T H E T K L E1’ 110N E- tt E( 11 SI’ EK.
THE NEW RIFLE.
Since the conclusion war In 18U5 the
: governments of Europe have lieen ex |
! pending large «uni« of money in experi
Ai'cordlng to law the Oregon Weath
menting ami have lieen constantly er bureau has made its report», which j
ft 00 changing the infantry arm of their sol are now lielng printed, to the governor
On« Copy. per year, in adrante
d dier». Tlie perfection of the piece enters
OneCapy, six month« in advance. •
concerning the o|«‘ratIon of the bureau
largely into tlie eliunie of victory. »nd in ¡nlditlon thereto there ap|>enr«
Entered at the poatoflice at McMinnville ¡Tliis was demonstrated in tlie war of
in the report the niuit extensive and |
Oregon, as aeconil-clasR matter.
1800 between Prussia and Austria. Tlie valuable eollection of tallies, giving tile
needle gun of Prussia was tlie lie-t and temperature of tlie various sections of;
R kho I.I TTON« OF (’(»NDOl.KX« K AND U.l. OHIT-
nary Poetry will lx* charge«! (or at regular aided largely in tlie victories of the tlie state, tlie precipitation and the
Prussian forces, and its superiority over character of tlie weather, 1. e., whether
H ahflk < <> piem O f T he T i : lei * ii »» xe -R m . is - tlie French chaasepot in 1870 is conced clear, partly cloudy, cloudy or rainy on
tkx will lie Jiiailc«l to any p<*r«on in the ed. Since thut time tlie Germans have each day. From tliis report the folio« -
I'nited states or Europe, who «ioaireM one, twice changed their Infantry arm and
ing interesting facts concerning the eli- j
l'roe of charge
now think they have tlie liest on earth. mate of Oregon which should l«‘ more;
I.. P. Fi-lier, Newspaper advertising
’1'11» Springllelil title which lias lieen generally known.
agent, 21 Mcruliants Exchange. San
Francisco, is our authorized agent. This tlie arm of our soldiers for many years,
The highest temperature known in
paper is kept on file in hi*« office.
is undoubtedly one of tlie liest old style the history of the state is ltw degrees
All eubec ribere oho <lo not reecire lluir single tire pieces ever used by any and it lias lieen recorded in Jackson
paper regularly Kill confer a furor by im army, mid we have it iqairi tile au mid I inatilki counties; the lowest lent-1
mediately reporting the fame to thie office thority of the Soit Htijic Alitcrirtln tliât
IH'iiiture.oii record in the state is 31» de
tlie orders Imvc been promulgated for grees below zero recorded in Klamath!
Thursday. January •'>, 1893.
its elimige to a magazine arm, anil t liât county. I'lie menu annua! temperature
tlie manufacture of tlie new piece Ims of tlie whole state is ‘¡ll.I di^giees.
TRUE TO THE COUNTRY.
I h - cu commenced mid tlie delivery of Douglas and .lai kson counties luive tlie
the same to the army will la'gin nlsiut highest mean iMinual temperatures;
The remark* made by Mr. Cleveland tlie tirst of June or July.
furry, Josephine mid Willamette val
In regard to the candidacy of E«l ward
It has been from a desire to uvoid tlie ley counties have slightly lower mean
Murphy, Jr. for senator from New expensive errors of tiie military authori
annual tein|>cratnres. Wallowa coun
York, are as follows:
ties abroad (lint our own army officers
“A h a party we have an arduous task have lieen apparently slow in deciding ty iris tlie lowest mean annual tem
before us, ami one in which the Em ii|K>n the new rifle with which our sol" perature, with Baker, ’ llarney, Klam
pire state ami this great commercial wie- diers are to lx- hereafter m ined. But ath, Mallieuranil Lake following. In
tropoli* are deeply and materially in th<‘ work Ims now I hh ' ii done, after every county of tlie state tiie tenqiera-
Honest Vetor&as Are for Pension Reform. |
terested. We need the licst aid that examinations mid trials which seem, ture lias I hs ' ii over 100 degrees except
Two dollar» p month tou veteran who | iphg Opposition Boot and Sh.06 StOFG
we can procure for the proper accom so far as tlie guns submitted for exiimi- in Clatsop, Coos, Crook, Curry,Harney,
“A nation of politicians? Nonsense.
was wounded and disabled iu battle is
plishment of that task, ami the man imtion« are concerned, to l>e thoroughly Klamath, Lane, Polk, Tillamook and There is not enough real knowledge of not enough, yet one of the lient comrades I
who is selected as senator from this exhaustive, mid [in which nothing 1ms Wallowa, where tlie records show tem politics and politicians in the entire in the city, tlie commander of his post,
slate should be able, in the largest Is-cn neglected to improve that the ex
ashamed of this 'land of the free' when was getting that, and bolieving himself
sense, to help the party fulfil! its prom perience of foreign governments could peratures of zero or below luive occurred
ever he thinks of it,” said John G. entitled to more applied for an increase.
ises to the people The people of our suggest.
His application was refused. A follow
The Finest Line »f Confecting
Curry, iann and Tillamook. Temper Wythe, of New York, to a crowd in the
«fate, who in Hii« year gave to the
Tlie gun filially adopted isa modi ti atures of 20 degrees or more lielow zero Laclede corridors. “You don't believe who was not wounded during the war,
ery in th City.
democratic ticket a majority so large cation of the Krag-Jorgettsen gun
it? Let me ask you a question or two.
as to indicate that they expect much udopted by Denmark for its army, but have been recorded in Baker, Gilliam, Now here is a crowd far above the aver fall from a horse, was rerated at thirty Where I am Prepared to Fit You in Fine Foot WearXi All kinds of Produi? taken at the
from democratic supremacy, are end* the piece Ims Is-en considerably chang Grant, Klamath, Luke, Malheur, Un age in general knowledge of politics, jjollars a month by Tanner, and got
and yet an Englishman would be sotuo $5,000 arrearages besides. We
tied to a senator who will not only rep ed to meet tlie tests of the board. ion and Wallowa counties.
ashamed to possess as little knowledge know of other sttuh cases which we hope
resent their interests and their princi These test« were of tlie most severe
ples, but will be able to advance and character and harsher than is required is 34.33 inches. Tlie counties having ofjlie politics of his country as we do undeserving pensioners may well 4
here. Who were the candidates for
l>y any foreign power mid so it cap l>e
president of this great and splendid quake; deserving pensioners need have .
A. II. G ad ;
“We need in tin* senate a man of said that tlie new United States arm is Curry witli S2 inches and ('latsop witli country of ours at the election just gone no fear.
training ami experience in public af- tlie liest in tlie world ns it eante out of
by? All of you answer ‘Cleveland’ and
fairs, as well a*» a man of clear ideas the tests in perfect working condition. annual average amount are Harney, ‘Harrison,’ but only five or six say name is on the pension list were re
‘Weaver,’ and one man alone says Bid- quired to appear before the proper au
concerning the important <|iiestions
Tlie report of the board, forwarded inches
Those counties having less well? That's all? No other candidate? thority, tiiere to substantiate their claim
which confront our party.
to tlie war department in September than 15 and more than 10
in inches an Didn't you know there were other can
“It seems to me that the selection of last, approved by the chief of ordnance
didates, one of whom got three times as admitted in any court of law, or be al- 1
Mr. Murphy doe* not indicate a dispo and tlie major-general eoninmnding, nually are Baker, Crook, Malheur,
many votes in New York as Weaver? lowed by the most lenient of juries,
sition to choose for the senatorship the has also received the approval of tlie
Didn't know it? His name is Wing. there would undoubtedly be a great
kind of a man that is needed at this department, and in November orders having more than 45 indies annually Never heard of Wing—Simon Wing, the many names taken from the list alto
Situated at the Southwest corner of the
Fair Grounds. All sizes of
gether and a far greater number of pen
juncture, and I fear that this first were issued for tlie commencement of are Benton, Clackamas, Clatsop, <’<e socialist?
AT MODERATE PRICES.
manifestation of the power put in our work upon tliis new United States lumbus, Coos, Curry and Tillamook,
“And yet you call Ibis a nation of sioners reduced in amount.
The people should have this money
First-Class Drain Tile
hands will give rise to a feeling of magazine title at tlie gun shop of tlie on an average there are 235 clear or politicians! Can any man iu the crowd
saved for them. We believe the incom
kept constantly on hand at lowest living
popular disappointment such as our Springfield armory. A great amount partly cloudy days in tlie state each i name Bidwell's running mate? Or even ing administration will do it. No hon
DERBY & BOYER,
party ought not to he called upon to of preparation is necessary liefore it year, 130 are cloudy and on 105 days I Weaver's? No. And the most thought est man should object. Assuredly no
.91 of an incli or more of precipitation ful campaign ill the entire history of
will lie possible to turn them out in occurs.
the country has just closed. No, sir,
The republican press attempts to quantities sufficient tosupply tlie army
we are a nation of superficial pretenders.
Tlie foregoing are tlie prominent tea-1
make from these remarks that Mr. but the work is being pushed and it is
We glance hurriedly through the papers pensions for deserving veterans. If a
Cleveland has constituted himself the exjiected that deliveries of tlie new arm tures of the climate of the state.
to a sufficient extent to talk glibly about soldier in actual service was maimed or
Tlie report will lie ready for distribu one or two of the principal candidates in disabled so that his power to make a
boss of the democratic party. The
will begin alxmt the lirst «if June and
most hide bound republican can i see not later than tlie lirst of July.
from any member of tlie legislature, We would not even know the shibboleth gone or impaired, his loss or impairment
sense ami good judgement in them.
The I'lilted States should not lie l>e-
At the Sign of the Big Boot.
any state officer, or from tlie weather of each of the great contending factions should bo made good. That was the
purpose in granting pensions. So
liiml tin- powers of Europe in equqi-
Express Tyains Leave Portlaml Daily.
bureau office, Portland. In addition to if it was not hammered into our heads as the Republican party did that
THE CRUEL CONSPIRACY.
I ment. As far as the arm is eoncerned
tlie minute climatic details, which are
people sustained them.
Portland... 7.00 p in'SanFrancisco 8.15 am
me tired.”—St. Louis Globe-Democrat.
Tile poor of New York are cold I for we are Ijetter off, hut there the advan valuable for study, comparison, etc.,the .
San Fran... 7:00 p ni Portland..
When they left that safe ground and
Above trains stop only at following sta
lack of means to buy dear fuel. ' The tage stops. Our regular army should report also contains interesting and in In Jail When Elected to tli« Legislature. einbarked oik a treacherous sea of ex
miners of Wilkesburre are hungry for
structive articles on the climate of the
From the legislature to jail is not an travagance, taking aboard the great
Oregon Ci tv, W.oodburm. Salem, Albany,
want of money to buy food. The coal tlie National Guard; liesides, conven state, concerning the soils and soil tom-1 unheard of thing in the history of state army of claim agency sharks, they be
Tangent, Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg, Jun
ction city, Irving, Eugene.
conspirators are growing richer every
perature of the state, of irrigation, its
rious parts of the country near great
Roseburg Mail Daily.
progress and possi I ¡lilies in the state the legislature Judge Lan«, presiding —Grand Army Gazette and National
The conspirators have put tip the centers of population and in them stor and ¡i summarized statement of the judge of the county court of Cass
. s :n.’> a in: Roseburg.
Rose,bur; .. 5:40 p m
county, Mo., will have rather exceeded
i Roseburg. 0:20 a m ■ Fortran«!...
price of coal and lessened tile produc ed at least l,IKlt),000 of the new rifles. cereal products of the state.
Albany Local, Daily, Except Sunday.
tion. If coal could lie purchased lor $5 Should a war break out there would I ¡The report is of inestimable value anil
n ton last winter and is worth $7 a ton then be Hu- regular army to I ¡ear the is for free distribution. Its value is so one of these Missouri counties sweating
a: p in Albany......... ».•■ pm
this winter the poor do not always pay first brunt of battle bai-ked by the Na great that it would be well for the leg under the burden of a great railroad
Albany.........a: a in Portlaml
8: •'> a m
the difleri'iice—they go without coal tional Guard, the second to lie ordered islature to order IIfty'or one hundred debt. The duty of the judge was to
that they need. They shiver and slit
thousand copies printed for distribution have levied a tax to meet interest on
Tourist Sleeping Cars,
these bonds, but leaning in his sympa
ter. They catch colds that end in would I m - armed from tlie tirsenais ami at tlie world’s fair.
thies toward the taxpayers he refused.
For accommodation of second class passen
pneumonia and death, or they stint within three months tie- country could
The efl'orts of tlie state weather bu
gers attached to express trains
themselves in food in order to buy a luive an army of at least one million reau certainly deserve commendation For this he was sentenced to jail by a
WEST SIDE DIVISION
United States judge. While in jail the
few more pounds of coal. Whatever men in the tield. This, however, for its compilation.
Between Portland and Corvallis.
populace, relieved of an impending
they do tile III per cent increase adds eoultl only be accomplished by prepara
In connection with the foregoing the financial stress by his action, nominated
Mail Train Daily, except Sunday.
a hundred fold to the misery of their tion during time of peace. The Na weather bureau has furnished u table him for representative on the Democrat
. 7:30 a m McMinn' . 10:10 a m
of weather data for each county in the ic ticket. He accepted, hired a type
McMinn' 10:10 a rii 1 torvallis .. .12:10 p in
Tlie news comes from Wilkesbarrc
Corvallis . 12:aa p
* ’ • . •• 2.-.5B
"• p in
state, from which we learn that the writer and conducted his campaign by
McMinn’... 2:56p p m PortlsYUd . ¿.ujp.n
Hint tile idle miners are without food, er portion of the officers of an army temperature of Yamhill county during mail in such a manner that he led his
Guaranteed to cure Bilious attacks,
ticket by several hundred votes. His
At Albany and Corvallis conn
Sick Headache ami Constipation. 40 in
and that the demands upon charitable raised for war would come from tlie the past year has lieen as follows:
trains of Oregon Pacific.
each bottle. Price 25c. For sale by
individuals mid societies are greater Guard. It is safe to say that the citi Mean temperature 51.1; highest on rec- j term as judge expires Jan. 1, and he will
Express Train Daily, except Snndav.
step out of jail directly into the state as
and more serious than they have lieen zens of this country, who, in time of ord covering period of 20 years 103; low- ■ sembly.
Portland. 4 :40 p miMcMnn ..7.2.$pm
tor years before. The miners are with peace take upon themselves the ardu es on record 3 degrees lielow zero; aver
In tliis position he will probably be
J. F, SMITH A CO., Proprietors, NEW YORK.
McMinn’. . 5:45 a m| Portland. 8:20am
out work because the rich conspirators ous duties of a soldier once n week in age precipitation for past year 11.31; j expected to retaliate against the rail
have closed up the mines to “regulate tli<‘ Guard, would lie the lirst to re- clear days during the year, 120; partly j road corporation which indirectly caused
sponil to tliecall for troops, 'j’ltis pa
his incarceration.—Chicago News-Rec
cloudy *4; cloudy 101; rainy 105.
If it costs 2» cents to mine n ton of
l or tickets and full information regard
\ Million Friend«.
Almost One Hundred Mile» an Hour.
coal and (lie mine owner sells his out should be fostered and not condemned
ing rates, maps, etc., call on the Con pain’.«
agent at McMinnville.
What is believed to be the fastest time
put at *2.50 per ton, In- lias *2.25 left as is tlie ease to a great extent in tlie
A friend in Heed is a friend indeed,
E. P. ROGCRS,
after paying his mine labor. If lie
ami not less Ilian one million people
Asst. G F. I P Agt
motive of the Vauclain type on the
sells It for $.3.50 lie lias $3.25 left after love a soldier has for tlie institutions of have found ___
_____ a _____
friend _ in ____
Bound Brook route lietween Philadelphia
paying the miner, if lie mine« 1,000 his country the lietter soldier lie makes King’s New Discovery for Consump
and New York on Friday evening, Nov.
tons at $3.50 he receives $3,500; lie pays and tlie country should see that tlie tion, Coughs and colds. If von luive 18. Ths locomotive, No. 385, was at
never used this great Cough Medicine,
not $250 in lalmr ami lie has 83,250 left. military spirit which is in till Ameri one trial will convince you that it tached to the regular 5:15 p. m. express
If he mines 1,400 tons at $2.50 he also can citizens lie allowed to assert itself has wonderful curative powers in all from Philadelphia, which consisted of
diseases of Throat, Chest and Lungs. four cars. A number of very rapid runs
receives $3,500 for ids product, Init lie and in time of peace prepare for war.
Each Isittle is guaranteed to do all that of several miles were made. Between
would pay out $370 for hi« labor and
is claimed or money will I m * refunded. Jenkintown and Yardley five successive
would have only $3,150 over.
Trial bottles free at Rogers Bros, drug miles were run in 205 seconds, or at the
These figures explain why the con
»ton-. Large bottles 50c and M.
rate of eighty-eight miles per hour, and
I h.nt Dpsirtudo and Most Beautifully Located Property Known as
spirators are growing rich while tila*
it th; Line tn Take
)>oor in New York arc cold ami the
miners at Wilkesbarix* an* hungry.
The record was broken, however, be
John Winncberg to Elinland, 31
tween Plainfield and Elizabeth on the
aères, t 3-4 s, r 4 w; $2150.
It I* the DINING CAF. ROUTE. It run»
line of the Central Railroad of New
Through VESTIBULE!) TRAINS
Jersey, where one mile was run in
pole and wife, lll.3t> aeics, pl .1 11 ’ W’al-
Every Day in lhe Year to
thirty-seven seconds, and two successive
Some of the advocates of tlie repeal
ling diet 5 s, r 4 w; $580.
of the state-bank tax claim that tlie re
.1 < ' A M I* < 'ooper to TH < 'anipbell, rate of ninety-seven miles ]ier hour. Thu Iriend of yours?
sulting state Isntk circulation will lie a
j Situate and adjoining the BAPTIST COLLEGE and Park: Only live
lot 13, Idk 2, Wliiteson; $200.
engine which made this extraordinary
(No Change of Cars)
more elastic currency, a currency
minutes walk from the main street of MeMinnville; By taking int^con-
The council met Tuesday night and i Uba- E Mnllory to T B <'anipliell, lot record weighs 123,800 ]>onii<ls without
which will lie lowl and which will re Mayor Irvine being abs«*nt, Jones was
tender, and carried 8H.400 pounds of it
4, l»lk 2, Whiteson; $250.
spond to the demands of the locality in called to the chair. TJie report of thci
ly Surroundings Pleasant Home addition furnishes the grandest and
Adeline Abernethy to (' H Aber on the drivers, the latter lx-ing seventy
which tlie bank issuing the circulation street commissioner was rend and plac
nethy, »! <1 1 c John II Davis, t 3 s, r 4 Record.
<’mild voti offer father
1« located. Earnest and sincere ques ed on Hie. Ite|»>rt of Mii>erlntemient
(Of Latest Equipment,)
Home is subdivided in four acre-blocks and is sold on reasonable terms
w, 324.34 acres; $1000.
or mother a more ap
tioning, however, failed to develop any of lights and water read and placed on
Mary E Myers to J D Wilson and
N evert heirs« Coni 1« Going I p.
propriate gift than an
reason f<.> .'iitieipatlng that »licit cur file, iirdinanec No. 134 amending Hee.
Best that can be constructed and in
Cor. Third Street and Railroad. McMinnville, Or.
Leona Buckingham, 27| feet oil's! lot 2
A few day» ago the Reading railroad
which accommodations are for hoi-
rency would remain local, would not 1, Ord. No. 110 making shmitinggaller
blk 4, Hurley A- Larges add to New brought sixty-five coal trains from the Easy Chair?
der$ of First or Second-ctass Tick
flow to the money centres, and would ies pay a license of $10 per quarter pass berg; $53.
mines to tidewater. This does noi ap
not leave the mon1 remote sections of ed. Recorder was ordered to issue li
J I» Wilson to Emily F Rucknian, .! pear like much of an item, hut sixty
the country unprovided for, precisely cense to J. li. Martin. The committee
trains contain enough cars to hold 109,-
int in same land us above; $17 Ô.
Continuous Linr connecting with all
lleiisr, Sign, anil Orumenial Rainier
as it. is claimed the national bank cur on Hi-,'and water was instructed to ad
200 tons. The freight is about |2.1)a
line», affordiug direct ana unin
Leona It Crater to Emily F Buck- ton. Result, nearly
rency now does, except that it was ho|e vertise F>r bids for furnishing the city
man, lots i-2-5-0-7-8, Idk 24, E«1 wards pay for a day's work. Coal, by the way.
ed and expected that such local cur with wood. I tool li A- Hibbs were given
Pullman Sleeper reservations can be secur
add to Newlierg; *200.
Hnmrs fitted up in the Neatest and Mo«t
is stiH going up.—New York Herald.
in advance through ativ agent of tlie road
rency would not lie at par and of cqiud permission to run waste water from
A B Watt to L R Watt, lot a, 1.1k
value away from home with tlie legal- motor into gutter. The election of city
;n America, England
Jos Watt add to Amity; $2.
Designs furnished for Decorations.
snu r.urope can lie purchased at any ticket
tender money of the country or lietter assessor was held and resulted in <'. W.
A M Peery to Williamson Forrest, 5
0 v ei.of
Rememlier Paper Hanging ami Inside Fur
known and lietter-recnred bank cur Talmage living chosen; lie to serve for
Full information concerning rates, tiros
acres, pt Joel Chrisman d le, J I»,r4
nishing a »penalty.
rency of tile older and mon' wcijjh.v $|oo. Street Commissioner Brooks was
ol trains, routes and other details furnished
our big «lock.
Work taken by fontract orliv the Pay.
on application to any agent, or
states. With more or less frankness, exempted from further official duty.
perienceil men employed.
Williamson Forrest to Jos Mliler,
A l) CHABI.T0N.
the advocates of a return to tlie Use of Council adjourned.
. ——?gt General Passenger Agent.
same land as above: $150.
Third Street. McMinnville. Oregon.
such currency admitted that, unless
\«»rlie tr» Wo nd Denier«.
Matilda Hodgson to Anderson H orig
it was depreciated, it would oliev file
Sarsaparilla have lieen given up
son, 27 liere«, pt Jessie Parrish and
Leaving Portland. 8:45 A. M.
by the regular prartiee. Physicians are
law applicable to all money in circula
Stiled lii.ls will lie received until Iri Orton d I es, t 3 s, r 2 w; $1000.
7:30 P. M.
tion and tend to aeiainmlate in mm- Jniiunry I-», 181)3, for one thousand cords
Ellery Rogers to John Kenoyer, 1HO ever, and w ith satisfactory results.
fir wood to be delivered nt the McMinn acres, luu lien's, sec 8, t 3 s, r 5 w; $2iiso.
E. M. Sargent. Lowell, Mass.,savs :_
My conclusions are that the .suintry ville water work« and electric light
‘ Several years ago, my daughter broke
Wm Galloway and E E Goucher to oat.
with large sores on her hands
is not prepansl and ready today to plant during the season of lsu;;. Rids
Emma F Benedict, lots 5, fl, Idk 21, face, and other parts of her liodr. Tlie
Two Through Trains Dally.
meet or cope witli the problems which will lie receiv'd for tlie whole amount
Newby's add to Rowland'- add to Mc case puzzled the doctors. Mv daughter
would arise from tile repeal of the tax or any portloii thereof; provided that no
used Aver s Sarsaparilla, aud it resulted
in a complete cure. Her Idood seems to
7 Hours Quicker to St. Paul,
on state-bank circulation; that the re bid« shall lie received for less than llflv
*_l 2.">p Iv Minneapoif
0irnl.il sn <■ nslre
have lieen thoroughly puritied. as she
7 15p 11V
out lit and all you neod free. It ro«t« n< ling tu
St Paul ar
turn to tlie system of regulating tlie is coni-. Bidilers w ill state the kind of
Immense—That'« What They All Way.
has never had so much as a pimple
Hours Quicker to Chicago.
try the bufline««. We will trrot you II, ati'l
sue of sueli currency by state laws can w<«>d, whether old or second growth.
Help you tn earn ten tim» « onlinary wag IlGtli
7 25pIv Ashland ar j
It is customary in th«**«* latter (lavs to
of all ages can live at home and k in
" Tliis is to certify that after havin'»
9 59a!ar f ’h ¡cago Ivi
40 Hours Quicker to Omaha and ’ «exes
never lie safely or successfully made; Tlie council H'serve- the right to reject expiw our perfect satisfaction with a
pare time, or all the time. Any one a where
been sick for twelve years with kidnev
a great deal of money. Many h p nui'ii'
that control over the Issuing of bank any or all bids. Blds to 1« addn-ssed thing by saying “It’s inimense!’* It’s disease and general delrility. and having
ricket«-., 1,land b»ggag,.< hoi ked fbromr »
Two Hundred Dollars a Month. Ni lAM of
to all points in the United States and Cann-
circulation Is » constitutional functioii to tlie chairman of Fireaml Water eont- so expressive that nothing can lx* add heen treated by several physicians with
people m the world are making *o muc money
ed. Geo. L. Fink. Philadelphia, Penn, out relief, I am now better in every re
da < lose connection made in rbiea-o with
without capital as those at work fora*, nvine««
of the Federal government, and the ex Uiittee.
and think I am nearly well,
all trains going Ea«: »nd South.
strictly honorable. an<l pazs
onler of the < bnncil of the I itv of says, “My wife lias lieen taking your spect,
other offered to agents. Tovhav----
ercise of such control in the present ..Dv
PMt ticket BRent or tn .1AK. < . t’OND
immense! Sin* has not been triaihleil Albert Lea. Minn.
situation of the country 1» neceteiary Jan. 4, 1W3.
G. W. Joy»,
everything, and supply panted Jiret/ions for
beginners which. If obeyed faithfdlj
anti presents no insunnonntaMe ilifH-
Chairman of Com. Fireaml Water. with nain or smothering spells since
more money than will an* otherbusitc’«. I»'
using it.” J no. L. Rol»erts, Slatington,
eully. — //■>». H'nrfe llruoni, Chriinnctn ,
<»r a«i<ircs«, or R<'nrr•, inlormulion < all on prove your prospects! Wly not: T oq can do «•
Farm for Sale
<’»rd nf Thank«.
Penn., says lie is 7.’» years old, ami has
and snrely at wrfk for *’• Reasonable
•g'Honm (\>ntntitfrf on
\V*iiicg A H irtm . ix . McMinnville. nr
l oimiin« «0 acres.situated .« miles north
industry only neeetsar for j*oluw «wre«
Tn all (lit* kind friBink who « mi wil- sufiereil from heart «lis$*nsp over forty
Pamphlet circular giving every articular
•rticul.<„ i« *ent
years. Was treat «si without avail by
lingly lent aid during the sickness and
lion, balance pasture. Fruits of all kinds W H HURLBURT. A sm . Gen. Pa«. Agt. free to all. Delay n
prominent New York physicians; grew
INV* ti co.,
deatli of my hushand. I give mv -in- «xmatantly
worse; took I)r. Miles’ New
Dr. J. C. Ayer k Co., Lowell, Masi,
. 40, Portland, Me.
I yon ng tree«. Good buildings, good fence«
Heart cure and was completely < urrd.
P obtlavb . OatOOX.
bili«) . .«inali l|.|.' bean,. ftr. per bottle.
cue.,i. «itiHKiiM. g w»nM:.s um«.
and spring water For terms applv to
M rs . J as . M< P iiillh »».
Sold by Rogers Rro*. on a guarantee.
Jixrs. O. L smb . ’
purify the whole
fTfteuiindartonrhellrer Bile bean 9SmuU.
HARDING L HEATH. Publi»her».
We Offer Our Entire Stock at
a i I’E U
The Greatest Opportunity Ever Offered to the People of Ya
County to Buy Good Seasonable Goods Cheap.
MANY ARTICLES BELOW ACTUAL COST
KAY & TODD, MeMinnville, Or
A. H. GALI4T
HAS BEEN REMOVED
TO THIRD STREET
NEAR THE POSTOFFICE. '■
BOOTS AND SHOES
Should you want
I can Fit You in that also
East and South
Southern Pacific Route
House Furnishing Goods.
PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS,
Gas and Steam Fittings, Paints, Etc.
Sash, Doors and Blinds.
Galvanized Iron, Tin and Metal Work i
of Every Description.
to all Points
NOW ON THE MARKET
AND FOR SALE.
from Terminal or Interior
SUGGESTIONS. Pleasant Home Addition To all Poin’s East & South
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
Composed ei BIKING CARS
PULLMAN IIRAHIMJ BOON SLEEPERS
TOURIST SLEEPLlfi CARS
J. B. ROHR
ULEGLYT IHY COACHES.
Puzzled Jhe Doctors,
Wisconsin Central Lines.
1 DAYS TO
WE WANT YOU
Bums & Daniels,