The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, March 22, 1895, Image 1

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    Entered at the PostoSc» in McMinnville,
at Second-clart matter.
VOL. XXV.
M’MINNVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, MARCH 22, 1895.
1OB SlJi&AY SCHOOL WOKKEBS.
THE TIc.H. NN 1ILI.E
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE *2.00 PER YEAR
One Dollar if paid in advance. Single numbers five cent».
NO. 12.
NEWS Of THE WEEK.
“As old as
President Cleveland was 58 years
the hills” and
(A paper read before the county 3. S. conven­
: old on the 13th.
never excell­
tion. March 12th. by Miss P.ebbie W. Hinchman
ed.
“ Tried
Debs,
the
striker,
lectured
in
of New berg College ]
—McMinnville, Oregon.—
and
proven'
Seattle
Monday
night.
In this paper I have tried to bear
Paid up Capital, $.50,000
is me verdict
Satolli, the papal ablegate, has re­
in mind two phases of the subject;
o f million .
Tramar -t» a Celierai Banking BtuitieM.
scinded
his
edict
against
the
Knights
1, The preparation of the teacher in
Simmons
of Pythias until after Easter.
each lesson, and 2, That which he
Liver Regu­
J‘rmid>-iit,
-
- J. II (’OWLS.
must constantly make, which is per­
Rider Haggard, the well-known
lator is the
Viet Pretiileut, - LEE LA VG ULIN,
sonal.
author, has been selected by a large
only Liver
f'anhier, ■
E. C. .1 ¡'PERSON
A h !. OtiZiiVr
IV. N. LINK
The lesson should be studied passingjon the![coming|lesson if he is the shelf. ' ‘ The life that will pre­ number of the land constituency of
and Kidney
prayerfully, beginning early in the ignorant of what it is going to be.
East Norfolk to contest the con­
medicine t o
vent
this
deplorable
state
must
come
HIRTY years' observation of Castoria with tho patronage of
Board of Directors:
week, the earlier the better. The There is usually one thought per­ from within. Outside influences will servatives at the next general
which yon
J W. COWU
I 1.1- LAUGHLIN !
millions of persons, permit ns to speak of it withont gn—sing.
lesson surroundings, intervening vading a whole quarter's lessons and , neither kill nor cure in a case of this election.
can pin you:
A. J APEEKSON.
WM CAMPBELL.
J. L. ROGERS.
events, parallel passages, the author this must not be lost sight of. Often
faith for a
It is nnqnestionabl7 the best remedy for Infants and Children
The
Walter
A.
Wood
Harvester
kind. Prepare for growth by the
cure.
A
of
the
book
from
which
the
lesson
is
the world has ever known. It is harmloss. Children like it. It
Hell Siffbt Exchange an<l Telegraphic Trans­
the beauty of the lesson hinges on acquirement of knowledge and by Company's branch at Kansas City
fer« on New York, rian Francisco and Portland.
mild
laxa
­
taken,
should
all
be
studied
as
well
the continued thought. This neces­ what is embodied in the expression has been attached by the Illinois
given them health. It will save their lives. In it Mothers have
Deposits received subject to cheek. Interest paid
tive,
and
on Time Deposits. Loans money on approved
as the lesson itself. All of what sarily implies a backward as well as | “keeping up with the times.”
Steel Company. The head concern
something which is absolutely safe and praeUgylly perfect aa a
security. Collections made on all accessible
purely veg­
ma)’ be called side issues often shed a forward glance, and requires the
points.
at Chicago recently went into the
The
earnest
Sunday
school
worker
child’s medicine.
etable, act­
much light on the lesson. The cus­ teacher to stand as mediator between : has a place second to none in soul­ hands of a receiver.
ing iirectiy
Castoria deatrgy» Worms.
toms of the people, the time of year, the past and the future, with skillful saving, for this work is not finished
Wichita, Kan., is excited over the
on tne Liver
and any seemingly unimportant hands uniting them and weaving
Castoria allays Feverishness.
with conversion. The Sunday school fact that Mary Ellen Lease, the
and Kid­
points, may they aid ever so little, them into the present.
Castoria prevents vomiting Soar Card,
is a place for handing forth food to populist idol, will make the race for
neys.
Try it.
QUINCY, MASS.,
should not be neglected. Some of
Castoria enres Diarrhoea and Wind Colio.
If giving our “tenth' to the Lord the hungry, a place where Christians, mayor against the republican nomi­
Sold by all
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
this knowledge will doubtless serve includes that part of our time as well
both old and young, should eat of the nee. Suffragist orators are to be Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
Castoria relieves Teething Troubles.
only to give the power that a thor­ as of our mouey, there will be no
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
bread of life, and gain spiritual imported for the campaign.
Castoria enres Constipation and Flatulency.
ough, broad knowledge of a subject more the excuse of teachers not hav­ strength.
The King of Llrer Medicine».
Attachment
suits
aggregating
$37,
■
Castoria neutralises the effects of carbonic acid gas or poisonous air.
gives; knowledge that makes the ing time to study their lessons. A
J have used your Simmon» Liver Regu­
The work of the teacher may be 500 were filed Saturday against R.
lator
and
can conscienciously say it if» the
teacher feel that he has mastered the few minutes faithfully spent each
Castoria does not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic property.
king of all liver medicinefl. I coniiderit a
said to be analogous to that of the Goldsmith, of Portland, dealer in
medicine
chest in itself.— G eo . W. J ack -
subject as far as possible, and can day will accomplish wonders.
Castoria assimilates the food, regulates the stomach and bowels,
cook. The “milk of the word,” and dry goods. His stock is estimated S on , Tacoma, Washington.
handle it for any class and from any
packagem
giving healthy and natural «leep.
It is said, with no doubt more than the “strong meat” should be care­ at $100.000. He had been in busi­
standpoint, that like a cube he can a grain of truth in it, that ‘imita­
Has the Z Stamp iu red on wrapper«
fully, attractively, and wholesomely ness in Portland over 20 years.
Castoria is put up in one-site bottles only. It is not sold in bulk.
AND ALL KINDS OF
turn it any way he will and it still is tion is the best compliment paid to a
prepared
to suit all tastes, for ap­ The California state senate has
Don't allow any ono to sell yon anything else on the plea or promise
solid, its foundation firm.
person.'’ While this imitation is petites and tastes of all sorts are adopted a constitutional amendment
CEMETEKY
The National bank of Kansas City
thatjt is^‘jn»t as gond" and “ will answer every pnrpose,”
To be able to do this, all available often intentional, yet it stands in
1 met with. Some are more or less giving women the right to vote. suspended Monday. It closed its
FURNISHINGS
helps should be called on, not least small proportion to unconscious imi­
See that yon get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
peculiar, some perverted and sickly, The amendment was previously doors in 1893, but by agreement be­
among which is the teachers meeting, tation. The belief is held by some
and some there are who have no adopted bv the assembly, and will tween depositors and stockholders
i* on rvcry
The fac-simile
which he will attend if there that public school teachers, who so
appetites at all. Please do not un- now be submitted to the voters of was reopened.
wrapper.
signature of
is one.
There is little ques­ constantly come in contact with their
AU work fully guaranteed to give perfect ■»fin-
I
derstand me to say that the Sunday the state.
faction. Refer, by permixHion to Win Me Chris­
tion about there being one if the pupils, should be as physically per­
It is understood in the supreme
man, Mr». L. E. Bewley, Mrs. E. D. Fellows
school is the only place where food is
Tbe engagement of Miss Julia court circle that Justice Jackson will
superintendent and teachers are alive
Holl’s Old Jowelry Stand, 3d Street.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria.
fect as possible. Most of the boys in i partaken of by Christians, but it is
Stevenson, daughter of Vice-Presi­ resign from the bench of the supreme
to their responsibilities, and it will
a certain school acquired the limping very important and I sometimes
dent Stevenson. and Martin Hardin, court next fall, if his health does not
be one that cannot afford to be missed.
gait of the principal, whom they ad­ think is more so than the regular
is announced. Hardin is a son of
I do not mean that he should attend mired, though they were not de­
Manufactures and Deals in
church services, for the individual Assistant Attorney-General Hardin, permit him to resume active work
to learn hisOlesson. That should be fective in limb as was he.
needs can be supplied better, and and is now a student in a theological after the court’s summer vacation.
studied before hand, but he ought to
Justice Jackson lias been absent
Are we spiritually lame? Is there more personal work can be done.
seminarj’ at Danville, Ky.
have thoughts that will help others,
from Washington for some months,
any danger of our pupils aping our
Since this is, as most of you already
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
and they, that will enrich him. Thus limp, or having to use spiritual
It
is
generally
believed
that
Car
­
on
account of illness,and the attempt
realize, so important a work, is it
-------------------------- IS THE—————
BruslieH and sella them cheaper than
he can get a broader and more com­
lisle will be a candidate for the in congress to pass a bill placing
crutches
because
of
our
defects?
not
worth
while
to
prepare
for
it?
they can be bought any where else tn
prehensive view of the subject than
the
Physical imperfections can seldom Should not more prepare to enter United States senate against Black- him on the retired list was based on
the Willamette Valley. Our ail horn«
is
possible
alone.
It
will
help
him
made gets of harneM are pronounced
be remedied, but the command given this field as others prepare to enter | burn, McCreary and Brown at the the understanding that he would not
the
to bring out and dwell on the vital
He will arrive in be able to again take his seat.
unHurpaaaalile by those who buy them
in Matt. 5:48, “Be ye perfect, even the ministry or the mission field? proper time.
DAILY (without Sunday)......................... $6.oo per year
points of the lesson when ho stands
Kentucky
in
a
few
weeks and open
your Father in heaven is perfect,
Does the lack of dollars and
The testimony of witnesses before
'
up
the
campaign
in
Danville.
TERMS DAILY (with Sunday)..............................$8.oo per year before his class. it will aid him in as
implies the possibility of perfection cents in the reward, keep peo­
the Armenian commission is essen­
seeing what are the less important
Chas. E. Laughton, “the fiddling tially identical, and piles horror on
and one of the first, and most im­ ple out?
BÏ MAIL
points to be hastily passed over, and
governor
” and ex-lieutenant governor horror. For instance, a witness
The
ordinary
teacher
can
strive
to
portant
preparations
for
work
that
a
PER YEAR.................................................. 1
* =
Proprietor <»! The McMinnville
in avoiding those calculated to arouse
of Washington and Nevada died sud­ hiding in the oak scrub saw soldiers
i
do
and
be
all
that
has
been
suggested
Sunday
school
teacher
should
do,
is
S A NEWSPAPER THE INTER OCEAN keeps abreast of the times in all
unprofitable discussion.
respects
It spares neither pains nor expense in securing ALL THE
to let the Great Physician heal his in this paper. Of course the ideal is denly in Tacoma on the 16th, while gouge out the eyes of two priests,
NEWS AND THE BEST OF CURRENT LITERATURE.
Besides this there must be a study
infirmities of soul. When this is and ought to be beyond and above reading “Sunny Side of Politics.” who, in terrible agony, implored their
of the lesson from the standpoint of
done he may stand before his pupils the real, else why such sayings as He was lieutenant governor of Ne­ tormentors to kill them, but the sol­
the needs of the special class to be
Situated el th? Southwest corner of the F an
feeling that he can reflect Jesus “Hitch your wagon to a star,” “Aim vada four years and of Washington diers compelled them to dance while
Uronude.
taught. He must study the class as
Christ and be, what more than al­ high; be not satisfied with moderate three years, and in 1890 was acting screaming with pain and presently
a unit, and as units. I am firmly
All Hizes of find elea* Drain Tile kept constanti)
governor of the latter state for six bayoneted them. The mass of evi­
most
any other worker the Sunday success?”
on Land at lowest living price*.
convinced that the teacher who does
To recapitulate, I would say the months.
dence is so overwhelming that the
school teacher must be, consistent.
the best work will have a personal
M c M innville ,
-
.
okkgon
preparation
of
the
teacher
will
make
A
daring
jail
delivery
was
effected
government may soon admit that the
His every day life must be eloquent
POLITICALLY IT IS REPUBLICAN, and gives its readers the benefit oi the
interest in each member of the class
ablest discussions un all live political topics. It also gives them THE NEWS of-
him mingle with people and learn ! at Seattle Sunday night, led by the massacre has been proved and relieve
with
the
cause
he
is
representing.
THE WORLD.
and that this interest will extend be­
human nature.
It will make his 1 notorious Tom Blanck, who is twice the commission of further inquiry.
I once read of a school in which the
yond
the time of the Sunday school
IT IS A TWELVE-PAGE PAPER.
sympathies keen, and his observation a murderer. The escape was effected
Chauncey M. Depew has been
class. The home life of each pupil, musical department was a failure acute. He will study—the lesson, bis by terrorizing the night jailer by
HIE INTER OCEAN IS PUBLISHED IN CHICAGO, THE NEWS AND uOiinERCIAL
— AND—
CENTER OF ALL WEST OF 1 HE ALLEGHANY MOUNTAINS, AND IS BETTER
watching
the fight against the in­
because
the
pupils
hated
their
in
­
his special helps and hindrances will
ADAPTED TO I HE NEEDS OF THE PEOPLE OI THAT SECTION THAN ANY
class, himself; but more than all he thrusting a ‘ fake’’ gun made of come tax at Washington with a
PAPER FARTHER EAST.
HHMIRI1I, PAH LORS.
structor,
who
was
constantly
preach
­
not t»e thought unworthy of con­
he will live in every sense of the wood, under his nose, and demand­ great deal of interest. Everybody
It is In accord with the people of the West both In Politics and Literature.
ing more than she practiced. A
sideration.
Please remember that the price oi The Weekly Inter Ocean U ONLY ONE DOL.
word, and will gladly hear the “well ing that he open the jail. The knows that Mr. Depew’s income is a
Logan & Ktiich, Prop’s.
LAR PER YEAR. Addres.
THE INTER OCEAN, Chicago.
In this work there must of necessity change was made in instructors. done” when life shall end.
' officer complied and eleven of the 22 large one, and he will be heavily
be some difference for the different The new teacher was very quiet ; she
I prisoners, four of whom were mur-
The Inter Ocean and the Reporter one year for $1.3S.
taxed under the new law. In speak­
grades. If it is his privilege to teach said little, but when she met the j J. A. Richardson, > of Jefferson Citv,
For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hail
JI 1 derers. followed Blanck, and now ing of the arguments made against
girls
she
played
for
them.
Her
skill
children, let him learn their games,
Cut Give Us a Call.
Mo., chief enrolling force 38th general the country is being scoured for the
the constitutionality of the tax, Mr.
know their stock phrases—they can was very noticeable, and there was a assembly of Missouri, writes: I wish to recapture.
Baths are new and first class in every re-
•pact. Ladies’ Baths aud shampooing a special
Depew said
“The arguments are
often be cashed at the bank of God— voice of gladness and a song in the testify to the merits of One Minute
ty. Employ none but first-class meu. Don't
A large number of Pullman strikers masterly and unanswerable. De­
music
that
her
skillful
fingers
lov
­
1
Cough
Cure.
When
other
so-called
cures
and
enter
into
the
thoughts
of
the
iurgel the place. Three doors west of Hotel
Yamhill.
future man and woman. If he is so ingly drew from the keys. Each girl ■ failed, 1 obtained almost instant relief I of last summer, with their families spite this, I am afraid they are
situated as to be able to take a hand felt the inspiration and was filled and a speedy cure by the use of One and others, intend to settle this useless. If you search the records
THE
spring, as a colony, in the south. of the courts, you will find that in
in their sports occasionally so much with the longing to play as well as Minute Cough Cure Rogers Bros.
The sites under consideration are in every case where a tax law is in­
Miss
Blank
did.
The
humdrum
of
LARGE INVOICES JUST INI the better, especially if he is skillful.
lleinarkable Balloon Voyage.
Tennessee,
Alabama and Louisiana. volved the court invariably decides
A boy particularly, honors a person the necessary practice was lost
A
remarkable
balloon
voyage
was
' I
It
is
said
that
of the Pullman strik­ against those who combat the law.
We invite the attention who can do something that he likes sight of in the beautiful result.
made
in
Germany
a
few
weeks
ago
ers,
who,
it
is
alleged, were black­ The government must have the
The successful Sunday school work­
of all persons contem­ to do, better than lie himself can do
by
Dr.
A.
Benson,
during
which
the
listed,
over
200
have been unable to money, and no matter how defective
er will make himself so skillful in
it.
LIVERY STABLE.
balloon reached the height of 31,496 obtain work elsewhere.
plating the purchase of
Most of the law, the court upholds it with a
God's
service,
will
tiring
such
sweet
He must also consider himself re­
■ feet, or nearly six miles. The balloon these will be members of the colony. pathetic fidelity that is touching.”
GATES & HENRY, Props.
new goods in our line.
music
from
the
common
things
sources to be drawn upon freely, and
was equipped with various instru­ Many of those who now have em­ He says it is a case of judicial loyalty
he should study to know what part around him that the wailing tones of
Come and see them.
ments
lor making observations, and ployment in the Pullman shops are to the treasury.
of himself is most available. Some­ broken heart-strings will cease, and
L Street, north . Third. Everything New an^
much
of interest was observed also anxious to cast their lot with
First c I msm Conveyance of Commercial Travel
times his own experience, how cer­ tuned anew to sing God’s praise will
a specialty Boar«! and stabling by the day oi
Upholstered
¡4ovelties.
concerning
atmospheric physics. the colony. It will also have many W T. Sanford, station agent of Leep­
month. We solicit a fair share of the local pat
tain truths came to him, how they echo the songs of the angels. The
ronage
Dr.
Benson
retained
consciousness others, both employed and unem­ er, Clarion Co., Pa., writes: I can rec­
impressed him and sweetened his pupils will catch the melody and be­
throughout
the
entire
voyage by ployed at the present time. All the ommend One Minute Cough Cure as the
life will help him to arouse in others come, unconsciously at first it may
breathing
artificial
oxygen
prepared stores in the colony will be co-opera­ best I ever used. It gave instant relief
adesire for a similar heart experience. be, imitators of the Perfect Pattern
and a quick cure. Rogers Bros.
I
for
the
purpose
and
carried
in bags, tive.
For the primary and intermediate after whom the teacher has modeled
and
his
observations
are
unusually
Near Coffeyville, Kan., on the 16th,
grades illustrations of the Mature of his own life.
Coiupnrlton of tlae Navie» of the
In order to live the life that he complete and interesting.
stories are always helpful, and each
Deputy U. S. Marshal James Mayes,
World.
It
is
noteworthy
that
up
to
a
height
CAvtAlo,lnAUtMARKs^F
teacher should have an appropriate should, we will find he has as stock
with a posse of citizens, surprised
Some interesting statistics have
of 1500 meters the temperature rose
COPYRIGHTS.
Bob Rogers, leader of the gang of been compiled recenty by Secretary
stock of not too stale stories on hand. in trade, a good supply, nay more,
CAN 1 OBTAIN A PATENT t For»
i
steadily.
At
this
elevation
the
ther-
IS ONLY--------
vrompt answer and an honest opinion, write to
outlaws known as the Rogers gang, Herbert concerning the number and
By appropriate 1 do not necessarily an unfailing supply because the
¡III NN A <<>.. who have had nearly ftfty »ears'
source of supply is unfailing, of the j rnometer indicated 5 degrees Centi- at the home of his father. Part of
experience in tbe patent business. Communica­
mean
such
as
are
usually
classed
as
tions strictly confidential. A llnndbook of In.
the types of the war vessels of the
I grade above zero. The atmosphere
tonnation ronceramg Patent, and tow to oh-
the posse went up stairs to capture leading navies of the world. The
Sunday school stories, but those that uncommon virtues—uncommon be­
tain them sent free. Also a oat a log us oi mechan­
'
at
this
height
was
very
dry,
and
the
ical and .eientitlc book» sent free.
the outlaw, who opened fire, instant­ tables show that England has, at
are true nature, pure, strong with cause of their rarity. These should
Patents taMen through Munn A Co. receive
apeetal notice In the Mcieucitic American, and
be mingled with natural ability, and I sun's rays very weak. The artificial ly killing W. B. McRearder and
God
’
s
truth
and
suitable
for
fastening
thus are brought widely betorethe public with,
the present time, some 43 battle
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE OF FINA!»
respiration was commenced at an
out coat to the inventor. Thu SDlendid paper,
some truth presented in the lesson. the grace of God, and the love of
: wounding Phil. Williams.
The ships. 12 coast defenders, and 18 ar­
MeMlNNVlUUE
leaned weekly, elegantly illuatrated, has by farthe
SETTI.E HBRT .
.
altitude
of
6750
meters,
the
tempera
­
largest circulation of any acient I do work tn the
, officers then retired, but surrounded mored cruisers, and 10 battle ships
Illustrations from one’s own ex­ God must fill up the measure, must
world. S3 a year. Sample copies sent tree.
Bnlldiuf Edition, monthly S2J0 a rear. Single
ture at this height being 29 degrees
'OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned, perience or observation are better flow around, and over and through
copies. 2.i cents. Every number contains beau­
the house and demanded the sur- building. The French navy contains
tiful plates, in colors, and photographs of new
as assignee of tbe estate of the Union Hard
X • ware
i below zero. When Dr. Benson found
natural qualifications.
bouses, with plans, enabling builders to show tbe
Company, an insolvent corporation, has
I
render under penalty of burning the 43 armored vessels built and 20 au­
than
those
simply
read,
if
they
are
latest deslans and secure contracts Address
i tiled in the circuit court of the state of Oregon for
MUNN A Co., Nxw Y ork . 3b 1 B koavway .
We speak of special fitness and himself at 8000 meters he tried for a house, upon which Rogers came out
Yamhill county, his final account as assignee of to the point, as they always seem
I moment to breathe natural rarefied | with his Winchester and fired at thorized and building. Russia has
■aid estate, and that said final account will be
1 heard and passed on by said court at the usual more real. The use of pictures will must admit that there is much in it.
B. E. COULTER. Prop.
40 such vessels, Germany 32 and It­
i place of holding said court at the court house in
But when I think of Washington, D. air, but found it would be impossible 1 Marshal 'Mayes. At the next in-
McMinnville in said Yamhill county, on Isatur tell more to the younger classes than
to retain consciousness at such a ! stant the flash of a half dozen aly 18. These navies have in addi­
day, the 30th day of March, 1895, at ten o’clock a whole volume of “talk. ’
An en­ C., and of Chicago of today, and of
Goods of all descriptionu moved and a m. of said day.
His voice at Winchesters sent so many balls into tion, many unarmored vessels. The
9-5 terprising teacher can have a supply the forests and swamps of yesterday; height in this way.
careful handling guaranteed. Collections Dated March 1st, 1895.
S. A. MANNING, Assignee.
this height sounded strangely muffled. the body of the bandit, ending his number of war vessels in the service
kvill be made monthly. Hauling of all RAMSEY & FENTON, Att’ys for said Estate. of illustrations of actual customs, when I think of men gifted by nature
of England, including protected
The
temperature meanwhile had
modes of dress, styles of buildings to such a degree they might stand
career.
kinds done cheap.
cruisers, ordinary cruisers, gunboats
sunk
to
42
degrees
below
zero.
At
NOTICE OF FINAL ACCOUNT.
as giants among their fellows, sur­
and such like.
California is the first state in the and torpedo vessels, exclusive of
9000
meters
he
passed
up
through
While children are very imagina­ passed by men of ordinary or mediocre
'OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned,
W. J. CLARK,D.D.S N assignee of the estate of Fuqua A Sons, in- tive, yet they need something to ability, I think there is no genius the thin stratum of high cirrus clouds Union to manufacture anti-toxine torpedo boats, is 238, and some 48
| solvent debtors, has filed in the circuit court oi
I for free distribution. In New York additional ones authorized and build­
Graduate University of Mich.
the state of Oregon, for Yamhill county, his final lead their imaginations into correct but hard work, and that the best and found the stratum consisted of
! account with said estate, and that on Monday,
I the now famous cure for diphtheria ing. The French navy contains in
small
well
formed
snowflakes.
The
gift, and the talent to be coveted
I the 25th day of March, 1895. at the hour of one channels.
I is being prepared, but it is made at all 147 vessels, with 24 building.
extreme
height
of
31,496
feet
was
Has opened an office in Union Block, Room 6, o’clock in the aiternoon of said day, at the court
Of course none but the regular most earnestly is the courage and the
md is prepared to do all work in the dental line. I house in McMinnville, Oregon, tbe same being
j the expense of the city. The state Germany has altogether 39, Russia
the first day of the next regular term of said
reached
two
and
a
half
hours
after
court, 1 will ask said court to pass upon and al teacher can do much of this work. indomitable purpose to improve the
the start, and the thermometer at ■ board of health has arranged that 32, and Italy 72. Torpedo boats have
GROWN AN1I BRIDGE WORK A SPECIALTY. said
low said final account, and for my discharge as The supply teacher has to cast his one talent put into our hands.
assignee. All persons having any objections
this point stood at 47.9 degrees be­ the remedy shall be prepared by the come to take a very important part
to said final account must file them in said court
L atest M ethod of P aihlis ^ lxifaction
With this thought in view the best
; on or before said time, when the same will be bread upon the water in a much
low zero. In this extreme cold Dr. recently established veterinary de­ in naval warfare. France has 217
called up for final disposition and allowance.
more literal sense than does the one Sunday school teacher is he who
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C. PALMER, Assignee.
partment of the university of Cali­ torpedo boats in service and 42
who meets his class regularly and prepares for tbe work, and who Benson suffered considerably, al­ fornia. The appropriation of $6000 authorized and building; England
though
he
was
clothed
in
heavy
furs.
Calbreath & Goucher.
Governor Lord has received a knows them by name. He will be so trusts not to the inspiration of
Two of his fingers were frozen dur­ | must last for two years. As some has 165 and 64 respectively; Italy
check
from the treasurer of the na­ familiar with the text that the lesson genius, but to the inspiration of
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS
i time is required for the preparation 178 and 11; Russia 163 and 14, and
ing the voyage.
tional home for disabled volunteers may be taught without any helps, thorough preparation and study.
M j U iihtii lb
.
O bioou j
PROPRIETORS
I of anti-toxine, a temporary supply Germany 119. The comparison be­
; of Conneticut, for $337.53. to be ap­ though the Bible is always to be
I wish to emphasize the thought
<Office over Bralv’s bank.)
I has been ordered from the east for tween the United States and foreign
plied to maintenance of old soldiers present. Part of the preparation is that the teacher must not be a fossil, j B. H. Bowman, Pub. Enquirer, of immediate necessities. It will be navies afforded by this table is very
in Oregon's soldiers home
This is made by looking ahead. Somelessons He must be alive and growing. | Bremen, Ind., writes: Last week our distributed among the members of significant. At present the United
ARTHUR J. VIAL, M. D.
the amount due from the national afford excellent opportunities for a A fossil is very desirable for the, little girl baby, the only one we have, the state board of health to. be used States has 3 torpedo boats and 3
was taken sick with croup. After two
Physician and Surgeon, FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS. government, according to the num­ little special work for each member shelf of a cabinet, and the best doctors failed to give relief and life was in the various districts as occasion building. Such a comparison needs
ber represented as inmates of the of the class, which will add interest place for a teacher who has ceased hanging on a mere thread, we tried One requires. There will be absolutely no comment. It is to be hoped that
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