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About The Telephone=register. (McMinnville, Or.) 1889-1953 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 8, 1894)
ANSWER THE QUESTION*.
’S <MM>O ROADS.
The finance i-oinniittee of the senate
HARDING L. HEATH, Publisher«. .
lias sent out hunilreds of tliousanils of'
circulars to the various industries and
Tlie organization which cares for businesses of the country requesting |
A consolidation of the R kgiktbii . estal»-
lifthed in August, 1881. ami the T ei kphonk . t >e French roads hus laude them f«- answers to them.
Tlie circulars to
rxhiblixliefl in June, Ixsri. The consolida i mtui all over the world. For comfort
inerehaiits and fanners are as follows:
tion taking effect on February I, 1889,
To nieroliants—In former years when
HI IM'RIPTION RATE*.
One Year, in advance
fl O” pa-s the common streets of cities. the question of tlie tariff was upper
Six Months, in advance........
59 They are as smooth as asphalt, mf.nlte- most in the consideration of the people,
Three month. In advance
All arrearages when the paper it* ordered Iv more satisfactory to travel over, flee circular letters were addressed to mer-
continued, and not paid for in advance,will from mud and dust, and altogether sat- cliants, iiianufactiirers and producers
I hj charged for at the rate of |2 •*•> yer year. i «factory. It is not the organization
representing the industrial elements of
LO< AL ADVERTISING RATES.
which had to do with the building of tlie community, and others, making
The following are the rates of T he T f . le -
t ic roads which gives such grand re- inquiries as to the character and
fhone -R egister for Display Advertising:
I mo 1 wk. silts. It is Die system of re|>air and amount of tlielr output, tile capital in
constant at ten lieu which keeps the vested, prices, wages, rates of import
French roads in perfect condition. duties, etc., etc. This was notably the
Gangs of men are to be seen working the case in IMo, under the direction of Sec
2 511 I 75 roads. From the neat piles of broken
retary Walker; in 1882, through the
All display ails, when eontractas to length stone on tlie gruss plats along (lie roail- tariff commission; and in 1885, under
of time is not made with the publishers, sii'e, an occasional workman picks a
tlie direction of Secretary Manning.
will be charged for at tiic monthly rate.
IO few pieces, puts them into a place
The replies to such Interrogatories
Business locals, per line, each week
which sliows a sliglu weakness, ham furnish valuable statistics and oilier
Business locals, per line, first week
from business houses having display
10 mers them down and passes on. Tills data, and materially aid in legislation
ad without contract.....................
5 one "stitch in time” keeps the road upon the subject of customs
Each sulisequent insertion...................
Business locals from business houses
giasl. The road is not allowed to wear
With a view to securing such infor
having three, six or twelve months
out or show evidences of decay. There mation tlie committee on finance sub
contracts for display advertising, per
line each insertion .
is a man watching every spot which mit to you tlie following questions,
Notices of all hwal entertainments of
shows tlie slightest weakness, and, be which, they trust, you will formulate
a money making character, per line
cause of this constant attention, exten replies to, adding such general or spec
Notices of free entertainments will be
edited in this office.
sive repairs are never necessary. ial matter as you may be possessed of,
Resolutions of condolence, per line ..
10 Freneli roads are renewed l>y tlie hand and which, iu your Judgment, will lie
Cards of thanks ami obituary poetry
ful. One man cares for miles of road of value to the committee:
Notices of Appointment and Final Set-
way. Tlie people have, at a moderate
1. Wliat class of goods do you deal
All other legal advertising, fl per inch for cost, a highway which never deterio in?
first insertion, 50 cents per inch for each rates. Tlie road is always in ideal con
2. Has your business increased or
dition. The gutters are trimmed, the
All bills for advertising to be paid on the grass plats along tlie sides are always decreased within tlie past four years?
I'jam what, classes of the popula
first of each month. All bills against T he
T elkphonb R rgistem to he presente«! for neat and clean, and the main ditches tion do you depend for your sales?
payment on the first of month,
are free from alt rubbish. Tlie surface
4. What lias been the tendency of
of the roadway is kept dry by small purchasers as to the amount of pur
Entered at the poetoffice at McMinnville open drains across the grass plats on
Read the First Chapters
chases during the |>ast six months
Oregon, as secombclaHs matter.
On the Fourth Page of this Paper.
eacii side. As tlie grassy borders are compared witli previous years?
S amplk C ombs O f T he T f . i . f . piioxf .-R egis alsmt three inches aliove the road, the gy>. If there lias lieen any depression in
ter will be mailed to any person in the sod is cut alsiut eight inches wide and
United States or Europe, who.desires one, four irclies deep, with a spade, and your trade, will you explain, in detail,
free of charge.
your views as to tlie causes?
I In the circuit court of the slate of Ore
tlie drain neatly scraped out. Tlie lait-
(>. How can tills depresaion I* coun oeratic state central committee met in gon. for the county of Yamhill.
L. P. Fisher, Newspaper advertisiing
agent, 21 Merchants’ Exchange. San toms are not lined witli stone, and very teracted, by legislation, or otherwise?
Portland Friday and decided upon As I. B. V. Nash,
Francisco, is our authorized agent. This little work is needed to make or keep
7. Wliat is tlie rate and character toria as the place and April 17 as the
Have dift'erent meanings, You can set a hen, but you
paper is kept on tile in his oilice.
these small drains. They are placed of taxation to which you are now sub date for holding tlie democratice con-. W. T. Shurtleff,
cannot sit on one comfortably.
All tubfcribere who do not receive their from fifty, to eighty feet apart, and if
vention. Tlie apportionment of dele-
Robert L. Stow,
paper regularly will confer a furor by im tlie road slojies, they run diagonally jected?
8. Wliat rate of interest do you pay, gates baa been tixed at large at one j
mediately reporting the tame- to thie office
down tlie slope. It is entirely possible and what has tlie rate been for the past from eacii county and one for every 150 To W. T. Shurtleff'and Alice O. Shurtleff*, I
To sit on, and we have the largest, cheapest and mos
two of said defendants:
to devote a large amount of thought ten years?
votes or fraction thereof exceeding 7(1,
Thursday, February 8, 1894.
In the name the state of Oregon : You
artistic line ever brought to this city.
and money to the construction of roads
'.i. Has there lieen a scarcity of cur- cast at the last state election for su are hereby notified ami required to be and
and yet miss the essential jsiint of reney in your section of country in the preme Judge. When the state ticket is appear in the above named circuit court in
The law requires that two «ftlcial pre good.; To have good highways means past year?
completed, the delegates from tlie lirst the above entitled suit by Monday, the 26th
day of March. 1894, said day being the first
p *rs should l>e named at tlie January something more than to build them.
10. Do you use a cash or credit *ys- congressional district will separate day of the next term of said court following
Should not be made before looking over our stock.
meeting of (lie county eominissi«iiers. It means a system of maintaiaance, a tem in your business?
themselves from the representatives of the expiratiou’of six weeks publication ol'
tnis summons, and answer the complaint
No (aipers were named at the meeting. system for theft* care, which is far more
11. Have collections lieen quick or the second district, and then eacii (li tiled by said plaintiff' against ..you in said
BURNS & DANIELS.
The law requires this. Why was it complex, far more diftienltjof organiza slow during the past year?
vision will nominate a candidate fer suit, and you are hereby notified that if
tion, than that which has to do witli
12. Have any new Industries been congress.
plaint, for want thereof the plaintiff' will
building them. Th« building of a road established in your section during the
apply to said court for the relief prayed for
said complaint, which is. in brief, as fol
is an engineering problem, involving past three years? if so, name them?
WILI.IA/T AND BkMTARCK.
for dyspe]isia. Torpid liver, yellow lows, towit:
knowledge, specification and superin
13. Has the increase in population skill or kidney trouble, it is guaran
For a decree against W. T. Shurtleff' for
the recovery of the principal sum of $600.09
The Kaiser and Bismarck are recon- tendence. These will build a good road, been from immigration?
teed to give you satisfaction. Price 75C in I'nited States gold coin with interest on
cited. Nearly four years agotlie prince
14. State generally your views as to Sold by Howorth A ('o
said sum at the rate of 8 per cent per an
num from the 1st day of March, 1892, and
surrendered his chancellorship. He plication only during tlie process of let the best remedy for existing industrial
the further sum of $75.00 as attorneys fees
Microbes Not All Danger our .
reused to lie tlie moving (tower is-liiud ting the contract and attending to its depression.
and for costs and disbursements of
A physician tells the Cincinnati
this suit, and for a decree against all the
the throne of an empire which more execution. Tlie everyday care of tlie
To the agriculturists:
attention of the people. The lover o
Times-Star that the widespread fear of
foreclosing the mortgage refer
than any other man he had created. road is far more important. Hoad con
1. Wliat is the character of your disease germs is entirely groundless defendants
sport ha« been enthusiastic over sails of Vigilant and Val
He laid down his offices because the struction is tlie work of a relatively product?
kyrie, while the hard run farmer of this locality is drawn
"Everything,’* he says, "is full of lots 1, 2, 3, 4. 5 and 6 of block 9 of Johns’
to the City of McMinnville, in
young emperor, to whose grandfather short lime. Road rnaintiiinance is an
2. l>o similar foreign products com germs or crusted Avith them, hut every addition
the Sales, especially when the prices are as low as those
Yamhill county, state of Oregon, and for a
germ is not harmful. Every disease decree
he had lieen the chief adviser and near organization which must extend over pete with yours?
marked on all goods
for the sale of said above described
parcels, of land with which to pay said sums
est friend, was meved by a certain isiy-
3. What would lie tlie effect ii|>on
money, interest, attorneys' fees, costs
isb bumptiousness to think lie could knowledge, It means continuons vigi- your product of a reduction of duty on disease. If it did there would not be a of
and disbursements and accruing costs, and
govern Germany without fit« ilid of tlie lance as well as knowledge.
the defendants of all interests in or
imports of all kinds?
row. People Iiv««d before disease germs liens upon
said real premises, and for such
The community which organizes for
4. Have the wages which you pay were known and were as healthy as other and further relief in the premises as
The best price to the farmer who is selling 48 cent wheat
Bismarck retired to Friedridisuh and tlie pur|M>se of doing work which ex for labor increased or decreased within they are to-day. They lived as care shall seem to the court meet with e«piity
is the very lowest prieQ, and
fully as we do—perhaps more so. We and goo<l conscience.
William began liis series of exploits in tends over a certain limited, definite tlie past two years?
This summons is served by publication’
government, some of them clever, some period, should also thoughtfully organ
5. To wliat extent does yeur state
thereof for six weeks by virtue of an order
WHEN WE ADVERTISE
germs, but we can do what is better— dated February 7th, 1891, made by Hon.
even brilliant, many merely eccentric. ize to |K*r|M*tuate a successful working export agricultural products?
strengthen the body so that it resists G,(‘o- H. Burnett, judge of the above named
THAT HODSON’S PRICE ON'"—»
As time wore on lie showed that lie
li. Wliat competition do such ex them as easily as a lion can a Ilea. ciH’iiit, made at the date last above stated.
had much of the characteristic, talent in operation during a long term of ports meet abroad?
RAMSEY A FENTON.
Some scientists pretend to deplore a
Attorneys for the Plaintiff'.
of liis family. He exhibited a genius years, it reipiires more ability, more
7. To wliat extent, in your opinion, lack of precaution people talfc against
for work and a patience in the manage persistence, a farther-reaching mind to are tlie prices and character of your germs. It is simply because the people
ment of details, especially in the coni- organize for the care of roads than it products affected by Hie manufacturing see, despite theories, that every germ
doesn’t produce sickness any more
maiid of the army, that aroused the re- does for their construction. All good industries of your state?
Notice is hereby given that the umler-
than every man is a murderer. Every
spect of mankind. But lie was arbitrary roads, if neglected, soon liecome Imd
8. Have your living expenses in man may possibly be one, but Ave would signed as administratrix and administra
of the estate of J E. Swanson, deceased,
and exacting, he burdened liis subjects
creased or decreased during tile past not be justified in going armed on that
Is the best it means that it is the lowest, ami that
have filed in the county court of Yamhill
with enormous taxes, and lie laid an soon liecome good roads. Tlie liest and four years?
county, state of Oregon,*their final account
enemy who was blessed with file love tlie easiest way to get good roads is to
as such, and said court has set Tuesday,
II. Please give your views on the
the <»th day of March A. D. 1894, at the
begin by taking care of those we have. proposition to restore sugar to tlie duti
of tlie fatherland.
hour ot one o’clock p. m., of said day at
Bismarck laid down liis olllces, but Many broken stone roads are far from able list.
the county court room at McMinnville in
Yamhill county, as tlie time and place
By trading with Hodson. Try trading with him and see
not Ids (tower. In the full days of liis
10. Do the present duties lienelU, in
for the hearing of said final account.
for yourself whether or not this is true.
glory he was the central figure of Eu They are full of ruts and many places any respect, people engaged in growing
Now therefore all persons interested in
said estate are hereby notified and requir
rope. In his retirement lie was one of are tilled witli mud and water. A lit agricultural products and staples; and,
ed to appear at said time and place and
tlie two central figures of tlie German tle constant everyday care would make if not, how can they be so inialifled as
WHI (Uff. Y(W -
show cause if any there be why said ac A Hundred
count should not be allowed, said estate
empire. No private citizen in our time good roads again. The mud and water to produce this result?
finally settled and said administratrix ami Little Things
has wielded so much absolute power as should I* scraped out of the depres
11. State, generally,anything which
said administrator discharged and their
His following was great
you believe would be useful to tlie com
About a home can be repaired or
among tlie people and tlie press, and
constructed that makes it more
mittee in preparing tariff legislation. J
IH EDA SWANSON.
even the states of tlie empire delighted rolled or pugged, according to the size
The man^to do
Tlie committee are desirous that your
JOHN WENNER BERG,
Administratrix ami administrator of said
to honor liini without, office. He stood of the depression. As other low s|iots reply shall give a full expression of
they your views, and not be restricted to
across tlie path of the emperor. He make
R amsey A F enton ,
Attorneys for said estate.
opposed Ills policy of centralization. He should lie treated in tlie same way. merely Answering the questions cate
txpenenee in th» patent boeinees. Communica«
A H*»6book of In.
disapproved of his hostile attitude to
gorically. At tlie same it is desired
»•in them sent free. Also a catalocu» of mechan.
leal and scientific books sentfteeT^
wards Russia. His utterances aixmt would keep nearly all tlie roads in that your answers shall be confined to
Marshal's Tax Sale.
& Co reoeivA
Ilia ruler would have been followed
your own business and lie stated con
!>ro»“i?,1i stdely b^ors ths public wltb?
Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a
swiftly by punislunent if they had kind of road w hich will not depreciate cisely.
out cost to the Inventor. Thia splendid nape»’
warrant issued bv the Recorder of the City Wagon Repairing
issued weekly, elefrantlynfastrated,hae by<Wthe
conic from the lips of any other sub if neglected, and there Is none which
Let our business men and farmers
Oregon, and to me directed, commanding
And saw filing. Next door to
ject. Tlie emperor desired to humiliate cannot lie brought to astateof excel answer these questions, addressing Ten years of age, but who declines to give his
me in tlie name of the City of McMinnville,
Wallins blacksmith shop.
him, but did not dare. Tlie isipular
them to “The Committee of Finance,
to levy on the goods and chattels of the de
confidential statement to ns:
linquent tax roll of said City of McMinn
feeling for Bismarck was too strong for stant, but slight, repairs.
U. S. Senate."
ville. Oregon, for the year A D. 1893, there
“When I was one year old, my mamma «lie«!
'Die iluties of French roadmen .'are
William to brave. Notwithstanding
Notice for Publication.
to attacheil. and if none be found, then up
of consumption. The doctor said that I.
his oft-re]ieated declaration that lie was first, to keep (lie large and small
the real projierty set forth and described
A LAW OF NATURE.
O ffice \ t O regon C ity , O b .,
thought that even if I did not die. I would
in the said delinquent tax roll, or so much
the “War Lord" and a divine gift to drains clear, so that the water will run
January 5. 1894.
never be able to walk, because I was so
thereof as shall satisfy the amount of taxes
hereby given that the following
Germany, tin* Kaiser knew that lie
as charge«] therein, together with the costs named settler
broke under my arm. I hurt my finger and
of bis inten
and expenses. I have duly levied upon the tion to make final proof notice
it gathered ami threw out pieces of bone.
ruled his empire only to n certain point in wet weather, oft’ the dust in dry of the late year’s existence, a- statistical
in support of bis
following described pieces and parcels of claim, and that said proof
If I hurt myself so as to break the skin, it
removes and forever destroys
be made be instantly
aud that lieyond that tile people are weather, so that his section is always report of existing centenarians who
was sure to become a running sore. 1 had
land as set forth in said tax list, lying and fore the County Clerk of Yamhill
objectionable hair, whether upon the
That tlie day of alisolute
hands, face, arms or neck, without dis
McMinnville, Or . on March 6, 1893, viz:
done me so much good as Ayer’s Sarsapa county, state
Oregon, and assessed as at
or injury to the most delicate
rilla. It has made me well ami strong. —
Frederick W. Haverland H. E. No. 7.606, i coloration
monarchs lias gone by in civilized far as possible, to break up the ice on been published in the pages of a con
It was for fifty years the secret
tlie surface of the roads and on the temporary.
It included altogether
Bently. Geo. lots 5, <» and 7, blk 14.
Erasmus Wilson, acknolw-
of S \V '5 of section 272 T 5 S, R 9ÀV
i Rowland’s add............................... $ 7 00 L. lie
by physicians as the highest au
So llisniarek sat in his castle and liis drains in the winter. Fourth, to pick thirty-three persons, the eldest, a wom
names the following witnesses to edgexl
Bean, Mrs. L. lots 1, 2, 3, 4,-5, 6, 7 and
the most eminent dermatol
prove his continuous residence upon and
Prepared by Dr. J. C. Ayer & Co., Lowell, Mm. I 8. blk 25. Johns* add.......
power grew rattier than diminished, up all the loose stones, break them and an, being one hundred and sixteen.
ogist and hair specialist that ever lived.
cultivation of said land, viz :
During his private practice of a lifetime
and liis organs were allowed to criticise
Cures others, will cure you
Lewis L. Shortridge, (’al Landingham,
dler’s 1st a«ld...................................... 10 no George
among the nobility and aristocracy of
Myer and Jones Myer, all of Dolph,
tlie government without mercy. Final tlie side of tlie road ready for use in re- is in excess of that of females. Unfor
Grissen. Chas, lots 2, 3 and 4. bik 24,
Euroj»e he prescribed this receipt. Price
Rpwland’s add ; E 2 blk 16, Row-
11 by mail securely packed. Uorresnon-i
ly the emperor was no longer alile to pairing ruts and holes. Fifth, to keep tunately the report affords us no infor
R obert A. M iller ,
hdid’s add : part 6 and 7. 45 ft front
deuce confidential. Hole Agents' for
Notice of Final Account.
withstand the feeling of the people, the mile posts in order. Sixth, to take mation a« to Die habits or other per
blk 17, O. T. P
5 OG Ì
THE SKOOKUM ROOT NAIR GROWER CO.
Stevens, I. H: lots 5 and 6, b‘.k 23,
which ro<* into a wail of grief when care of the trees alongside tlie road. sonal cliaracteristibs of these old peo
Dept. R, 57 8. Fifth Avenue, New York.
the prince lay ill at Kissingcn. He sent The amount of roadway which tliese ple. It Is true that we are not without I signed has filed his final account as admin- Saylor, Frank, lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
to the founder of Ills empire a message men watch Is altogether dependent Information, and that of a scientific i istrator of the estate of Joseph IL IIo<lge.
and 8. blk M : lots I. 2. 3, 1, 5. 6. 7
L ani » O ffice at O regon C ity . O r .,
in the county court for Yamhill
and 8, blk J ; lots 1, 2, 3. 4, 5, 6, 7 and
of syni|iathy aud a few days ago asked upon tlie amount of work which they and accurate kind, derived from other ’ I deceased,
January 13, 1894
county. Oregon, and that said court has set
Th« Tro.q.-uixia, CRo-ixt«.
having been entered at this
sources, and this is of considerable in Saturday, March 19, 1891, at 10 o'clock Richardson, M. E. lots 2, 3 and 4. blk
for a reconciliation.
office by Charles A. Brown, of Yamhill
19, Oak 1’ark add
1 20 county,'Oregon, against James W. Thoma.«
Yesterday tlie historic figure was immediate vicinity of the rmul and are terest. In a study of the life history of
hear and pass upon the same.
J. i heirs i hits 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6,
| for abandoning his homestead entry No.
se«ii once more In the streets of Berlin expected to lx* constantly at work dur the aged nothing strikes one more for | All persons, therefore having any objeet- Robbins.
7 and 8. blk 1, Johns' add
........ 4 no 9612, date«i October 20* 1801, upon the lot
and was again received by lhecheers of ing th« day. They have tlie following cibly than the fact that life, In its lat I ions to said final account are hereby noti- ■ Knight, W. F. lots 1 ami 2, blk 11,
No. 8, section 14, township 5 8, range 3 W.,
i tie«! an«l re«piired to file them in said court
70 I in Yamhill county, Oregon, with a view Io
Once more lie was a tools, wlieelliarrow, iron shovel, wood est period, presents itself very much as i on or before sai«l time set to hear and pass I Lindsey.
cancellation of said entry, the said par
familiar guest in the palace of the en shovel, pick, iron scraper, broom, a state in which vital functions—enfee upon the same as aforesaid, as said admin- Larsen’ C. J. lot 3. blk 29 Oak Park
E. W. HADLEY, RECEIVER.
ties are hereby summoned to appear at this
will then ask to have said account I ad.l
25 J office on the 27th day of February. 1894.' at
Hohciizollerns. Th« emperor lias now rake, crowbar, hammer and tape. This bled Indeed, though not always so or ' ' istrator
allowed, and himself discharged and his j McLoyil, Jos. lot 3, frac. 6, frac blk 24
sought the friendship lie spumed la-
I bondsmen exonerated.
testimony concerning said alleged abandon-
i Now. therefore, on Saturday, the lOtli I ment.
fore his trials had tauglit him some a constant, everyday patrol in search in active exercise under normal condi
R obert A M iller .
thing of tlie need of age and experience* of the slightest evidence of imperfec tions. It is. in fact, the close and —
' hour« of 10 o’clock a. m. and 4o’clock p. ni.
It was a s|>lendid trluni|>h for the great tion. Tlie result is that these inqier-' crown of a state of existence conducted
of said dav, in front of the court house door
P eter P aqvft .
Notice of Executrix.
nran, aad a touching proof that four
Notice is hereby given that the undcr- I will sell the above described real estate, at
years have taught the eni|M*n>r Dint dinary traveler. He is soon led to ex- tion. Appetite, as a rule, has lieen good I signed
has been, by the county court for I public auction to the highest bidder, for
Bismarck'- friendship is of value to peet perfection anil sees nothing else, and has lieen indulged within reasona- Yamhill county. Oregon, duly appointed I cash in hand, subject to redemption, to sat-
BETWEEN WILLAMETTE VALLEY
sail! warrant, cost« and accruing costs.
(>ne can walk along these roads after a : ble limits. There Mems to be little to ' executrix of the last w II am! testament of ' isfv
1>ated January 8. A. D. 1894.
Notice is hereby given that the under
I William T. Jones, deceased.
POINTS ANO SAN FRANCISCO
C. If. NEAL,
signed has been by the county court for
And on the other side there is some rain w ithout getting his shoes muddy. I choose between temperance and total
All persons, therefore, having claim«
thing to l<e said for tlie generosity of In dry sumnicr time there is no annoy- alietineiiee in the matter of alcohol,
Yamhill county. State of Oregon.
administrator of the estate of Henry White
I hereby notifietl and required to present
lire young man who has acknowledged anee fnaii dust. AH this is the mult though exce«a but rarely wins the re- j them to me mily verified, at my residence
deceased All persons, therefore having
Ocean Steamer Satlinyz.
any claims against said estate are hereby
liis error and «ought to re|>alr It. The I of coaatelit, diligent, far-reiu'hing ore ward of longevity. If in any direction or at the law ofiioe of McCain A Magers, at
8. 8. WIUAMETTB VAI.LKV
Notice io Cred it on.
McMinnville, Oregon, within six month«
world will think better of William for ! gauization. The economical and pm-, it Is allowable for competitors in the from
me, duly verified, at the office of McCain A pave. Han Franciseo.
Jnlv II 21 31
this 7th dav <«f February. MD4.
Magers, in McMinnville. Oregon, on or be
asking Itlsniari'k to be his guest
No; ice is hereby given that the under- j fore six months from this 25th day of Jami- leavea Yaquina................... Ju'|
i Thi«company reserve» t he right to »bange
true, he yielded to eircunistaiis— ...t ( u> build goad mads, mid that it pays it wiaild appear thr.» they may to a
«igned have been appointed by the county I nary, 1804,
A. J. WHITE.
McCain A Mager«, attorneys.
«•ourLof Yamhill county, slate of Oregon.
lie had power aiwl surreiolens gn»< *- still lietter to take goo»l care of such | certain extent use this liberty with re-
Administrator of Said Estate.
exe» ntors of the estate of A. H. Roberts. | McCain A Magers. Attys.
. spret to physical and mental exertion.
fully. Moreover, his surrender v « m>t. liigliways.—ztrnerienn AgrintNurM.
late of said county, <lec.ea.seil, and have |
qualified as such executors
Nature ha* made large allowance for
abasement; its object is to put .n. r*W to
. Steamer “Hoag" leave, Port I aivl We
U. 8. L and O ffice , O regon C ity . O re ,.
ne-a-y and Saturday aid a ni
the inevitable necessity of la I »or and
warring faction and to give a w ider
January 13. 188M
against the estate of «aid decedent arc ’
Complaint having been entered at this
notified and re«|uire«l to present
(topular sujqiort to liis rule, au.l the
J*' r’ »*'T1 *'en
P ark O rrsttt P ills will re<!uce
Jan. 31—Minnie Townsend 15; V. <». ’ lias' even practically in *>me cases office by John Peart, of Marion Co.. Oregon hereby
Salmon Street Wharf. Portlaml.
■ mnctloned an •vrrstrain of energy against Daniel McPoland for abandoning them to ns at the office of Ramsey A Fen weight
- - ■■ Permanently
— — —u» - from
- ——— I2 to 15 pout...„.
».j iiii« a
world will like him none the less either ' IlhoMta, 21.
ton. at McMinnville, in said county, with month.
provnird due c.bre be taken to c’onserve
for having that desire.
in six months from the date of this notice. ■' No Publicity. They btiiM up the health
Feb, 2— H ohn Hampton, 22; E, P.
14. lsw>. upon the lot No. L of section 10 with proper vouchers theicfor.
the vital powers by temperance in oth- township
an«! heantifv .. * the
’ complexion, leaving no
But Bismarck is again for the mo Dixon, 22.
5 «otith. range 3 west, in Yam*
It. K MULCAHY. Oen'lltapt..
Paled January 11th. 1<M.
Wrinkle »r Flabbine***. Sunil Abdomens
The life thus orderly lixed | hill county. Oregon, with a view to theean-
F anny m . R oberts ,
ment tlie central figure of all Europe.
Feb. 2— H oma I. Ganl, 21k H F.
an«t «liffii It breathing surely relieved. No
J AMEN II ROBERTS
•' ends as orderly, faculties, mmAwt and cellation of said entry, the said parties are
•nt, ‘ hilt ‘ a - acicntiffi
I ii his declining years Genuany re tow. 27.
: hereby summoned to* appear at this office
•iopted only after y
I even enjoyment continuing till, as if on the 27th day of February. 1*91. at 10 a.
___ of , exper-
members his great and patriolh work,
Fab. JH— Julia Ann Tadlock, >\2; ( has
Aft order* supplied il afreet from mir
grown weary, It aet’epts a timely and m , to resfiond an«! furnish testimony enn-
Price >2 per package or three pack
and in the pre-em>e of such an event as Simpaon, 52.
I renting said alleged atanilonment.
Feb. H—Matilda Tadlock, 22; Stephen |
the creation of an empire and enqieror
R obert A. M ii leb .
iáis and particulars sealed ) free.
be«‘eme« a mere episode. - .V» w* Yort Adkins, ¿L
All ( «rtHjHHuleRc» Mrtetly ( •«UdMllal.
PWTER P a QFET
SANK REMEDY CO . B m I m . Ma««
•r MII m ' '«ervlae for Morrow PraatrsOM.
I m «
AT LESS THAN COST.
From now until further notice we will offer our Immense Stock oi
Men’s Boys’ and Children’s
Clothing and Overcoats
At from 20 to 30 Per Cent Discount
This will bring many of them below actual cost, and give the people of Yamhill County
chance to buy good Sensible Goods for Christmas at prices never before heard of.
Just Look at our Goods and Prices;
They Will Surprise You.
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Expre«« Tyains Leave Portland Daily.
Portland . 0.15 p m¡8anFranciscolo.t.1 «1
Han Fran. . 7:00 p in Portland
Above trains stop nt all stations frd
Portland to Albany inclusive also Tanged
Hlidds, Hulsey, Harrisburg, Junction Citi
Irving, Eugene, and all stations from Host
burg to Ashland inclusive
Ko.eburR Mull Dally.
Portland ... 8:30 a m Roseburg. .. 5:50 p 1
Roseburg. 7:00 a m| Portland. .. 4:30 pi
Dining Cars on Ogden Route, |
Pullman Buffet SleeperJ
Second Class Sleeping Cars
Attached to all Through Trains.
WEST SIDE DIVISION
Between Portland and Corvallis.
Mail Train Daily, except H^day.
Portland ... 7:30 a m McMinn’. 10.15 a n
McMinn’.. . .10:15a m Corvallis...12:10p n
___ McMinn’ .. 3:01 p u
McMinn’... 3:01 p in Portland . 5 -35 p n
At Albany and Corvallis connect will
trains of Oregon Pacific.
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Portland... . 4
:40 p m iMcMnn ... 7.26 p m
McMinn’... . 5:50 a mj
m| Portland. .. 8:25 a in
Through Tickets to all Points in
The East era states, Canada or Euro|M
Can be obtained at lowest rates from G. A.
Wilcox, Agent, McMinnville»
E. P. ROGERS,
Asst. G F. A P Agl
OMAHA, KANSAS CITY,
CHICAGO. AND AI.E
1 D j VTS to
Quickest to Chicago, and
Quicker to Omaha and
Pullman and Tonrist Sleeper«.
Free Reclining Chair Car«.
For rates or genernl information canon
w H. HURLBURT, Asst. Gen. Pass. Agt.
254 Washington St.,
P ortland , O regon
Wallace A Hartman,
ffwi Terminal or Interior hints th
1« the Line to Take
To all Points East & South
H la the OINING CAR ROUTE. It run«
Through VESTI8ULE0 TRAINS
Every Day In lhe Year to
ST. PAUL AND CHICAGO
(No Change of Cara)
Composed of DIM.1G CARS
MJLLMAM BRIWff G ROOM SLEEPERS
(Of Latest Equipment,)
TOLRIST SLEEPING CARS
Best that can he constructed and in
which accommodations are for hol
der» of First or Second-cinss Tick
KLE6AKT DAY COACHES.
A Centlnuoue Line connecting with all
line«, affordiug direct ana unin
Pullman SleeiH-r rr'ervatious c«n be secur
ed in advance tliri.ugli nuy exent of the roed
Tnri>l<fll TirLelv T<» «i><l from all Point.
1 ,r*rl1' in America, England
Europe can tie purchased at any ticket
0*Dre of thia conmany.
Full information concerning rate«, tim«
of trains, routes and other details furoishM
on application to any agent, or
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, Asst General Pasoeugsr Agent
VL^s'ai ”"*• ®r •No®«“»«“». Mo» *»•
Flee« •«., Car. Woklogfo«. pertnn«. <>'■
Wisconsin Central Lines.
• ►ally Through Trains.
12 45p G25pjlv Minneap«»!
, ms nr
7 15|» Iv. Kt
7 I' m *
Tickets sold and baggage checked throng j
to all points in the United States and Cana
da Close connection ma«ie in Chicago with
all trains going East and Houth.
For full information apply to your near
est ticket agent or tn JAS. C. POND
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