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M’MINNVILLE. OREGON, FRIDAY, MAX
—McMinn vllle, Oregon.—
Paid up Capital, $50,000
TranwM a General Banking BuhiOr-ss.
Vice President, - LEK LA UtíllLIÑ.
E. f’. A PPEHSON
11'. S. LINK
Board of Directors:
J. w. COWLS.
A. J. APPERSON.
J. L ROGER
Sell Sieht Exchange and Telegraphie Trans
fers qu New York, Sun Francisco and Portland.
Deposit* received subject to chec
on Time L>ej»o-its. Loans money on appro,cd
terunty. Collection« made on all accessible
E. J. Quaisy & Co
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
AND ALL KINDS OF
Ail work fiilly guaranteed to give perfect satis
faction. Refers by permission to Win. Me Chris
man. Mrs. L. E. Bewley, Mrs. E. D. Fellows.
Holl’s Oid Jewelry Stand. 3d Street.
Manufactures and Deals in
A presidential boom is developing
for Senator William B. Allison of
Tne supreme court will take up
the income tax question for a re
hearing on May 6th.
Ex-Mayor Grant of New York
city was married on Tuesday to Miss
Julia Murphy, daughter of Senator
for Infants and Children
Murphy of Troy, N. Y.
Secretary Carlisle has accepted an
HIRTY years^-Obaarvation of Caatoria with the patronage of
invitation to deliver an address on
million» of persona, permit aa to apeak of it without gneaaiag.
the financial question at the Mem
phis convention. May 23d.
It ie miqueationably the best remedy for Infanta and Children
Claims for damages are being pre
the world has ever known. It 1» harmless. Children like it. It
by the Americans who were
gives them health. It will save thair lives. In it Mothers hava
from the Hawaiian islands
some thing which is absolutely safe and
perfect na q
for complicity in the rebellion.
By the breaking of a dike at Epi
Castoria rleatroya Worata.
nal, France, on the 27th ult., one
Cantoria allays Foverishne«».
hundred and fifteen lives were lost,
Castoria prevent« yosnltlwg Soar Card.
and a large territory made desolate
with wreckage and loss of homes.
Caatoria cares Diarrhoea and Wind Colle.
Castoria relieve» Teething Tronblo».
It is rumored that Henry Villard
has again secured control of the
Cantoria euros Conatipation anil Flatnleaey.
Northern Pacific and will come to
Caatoria nentmlieea tho effects of carbonio acid gaa or polsonoti» air.
this country for the purpose of mak
Castoria doe» not contain morphine, opium, or other narcotic property.
ing arrangements to wind up the
Ca»toria «»»indiate» the food, regulate» tho »tomach and bowel»,
receivership and assume direction of
giving healthy and natural sie np.
Caatoria la pat r.p in
bottler only. It is not sold inbuilt»
Ex-Representative Sibley of Penn
Don’t allow any ono to sell yon anything else on the plea or promise
sylvania is coming to California to
open his campaign as the nominee of
thnt it is *'jnst as good” and “ will answer every purpose.”
the new silver party for the presi
Sec that yen tret. C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
dency. He will address meetings at
is on every
a number of places along the Pacific
coast. Senator Stewart is arranging
signature cf -
his business affairs so he can join Mr.
Sibley without delay.
Children Cry for Pitcher’s Castoria
The Russian government has ex
pelled Mme. Modjeska, the well-
known actress, from Warsaw, owing
to a violent speech she made 'against
Russia in Chicago. February 27 an
order issued by the Russian govern
ment forebad Mme. Modjeska from
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fulfilling an engagement at the "War
theater, in consequence of a
Most Popular Republican
of the West
speech she had delivered before the
And Has the Largest Circulation.
Chicago art institute on the subject
DAILY (without Sunday)
$6.00 per year
of Polish women. Soon after this
DAILY (with Sunday)...
$8.oo per year
speech Mme. Modjeska was notified
she could not appear on the stage
within Russian jurisdiction.
On the 27th ult. the British occu
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ROOMS IN UNION BLOCK
A. H. PAPE. Agent, McMinnville, Oregon.
M c M innville , O regon .
Or C. C. DONAVAN, General Agent,.122 Third St., Portland, Ore.
The Triumph of Japan.
The triumph of Japan over China
is complete, and the war ends on
terms of her own dictation. This
result was not anticipated at the be
ginning of the conflict, but it was in
evitable, nevertheless, on account of
conditions that were misunderstood
by the outside world. The numeric
al strength of China has proved to
be a singular disappointment in the
matter of effective service. Her
people have not rallied to the support
of the government as was expected,
but have regarded the war with more
or less indifference.
This lack of
popular patriotism is to be noted as
one of the principal causes of her de
feat; and next to this comes the pro
nounced inefficiency of her army.
The soldiersfjwho were sent out to
fight her battles did not come to the
standard of raw material in other
countries. They seemed to have no
heart in their cause, and no disposi
tion to perform brave and worthy
deeds. From first to last, they did
not win a single victory, There were
occasions when they might have
done so, undoubtedly, if they had
manifested the proper spirit: but
they were always ready to surrender
on the first pretext, and their officers
were unable to keep them in
when a decisive test of courage
endurance was presented.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.— Latest U. S. Gov’t Report
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE R.00 PER YEAR-
One Dollar if paid in advance, Single numbers live cents.
Illustrated by Oatmeal.
It is time manufacturers in Oregon
combine as they have just done iu
Portland for the purpose of promot
ing home industry by encouraging
the purchase of Oregon products
and manufactures. The necessity of
such a step will be seen when the
history of the oatmeal industry is
told. Twenty or more years ago Mr.
John Milne, of this city, made the
On the other hand, the Japanese j j rv. He must, besides, report the best oatmeal that was put on the
market. He put it up in ten-pound
ust now everybody is thinking about
troops have conducted themselves I operation of the factory monthly,
sacks, and his brand was a guarantee
taking something for the blood.
with marked fidelity and enthusiasm. ( j and his factory is regularly visited
A Spring medicine as we speak oi
Their discipline has been equal to by an authorized inspector. After of its purity. In this unadulterated it. And it’s a good thing to do, but you
state he could not sell so as to com want to get the proper medicine. If you
that of the best drilled soldiers of I all these requirements have been ful
consult your physician he will tell y ou to
pete with eastern people. Thej’
Europe or America, and in no emer- filled the certificate is granted.
shipped steel cut here. Retail deal
gencj’ have they been found want
The school contains still another
TalfP a GOOD livep <
ers boomed it until Milne’s oatmeal
ing. They would have conquered, it department which is devoted to in
Id E d a HIBOffilRE
was off color. Then he got machin-
is easy to believe, if the opposition struction in farm dairying. The ob
ery and made better steel cut than and that, btcause the liver has every
had been much more formidable. ject of this department is to turn
thing to do with the blood If the liver
eastern dealers could send. Rolled
The existence of such an army vindi out practical dairymen as required
is sluggish the system is clogged, the
oats became the fad. Milne changed blood becomes impure, and the whole
cates the right of Japan to be consid for the farm. These students study
his machinery and made rolled oats,
body suffers- Every medicine recom
ered a first-class nation, particularly the problems of the feeding and
better than anyone else, yet they mended for the blood is supposed to
work on the liver. Then get at once the
when there is known to be back of it breeding of dairy stock, and general
beat him in price. How? Mr. Milne
“K ing of L iver medicines , ‘
a strong and progressive govern-1 farm management.
bought a package of the eastern
ment, a modern and prosperous sys
grade and soon found out.
tem of industry, and an admirable ■ W T. Sanford, station agent of Leep
barley. But be determined to sell
degree of general intelligence. In '
oatmeal. He can’t do it in his old
no other country, perhaps, has there | ommend One Minute Cough Cure as the
best I ever used. It gave instant relief style ten-pound sacks, except to his
It does its work vili anJ tones up the
ever been an equal rate of advance-1 and a quick cure. Rogers Bros.
neighbors at home. He now puts it wholesystem. Ilio“ Bnter than Pills,”
ment in all that goes to constitute i
«id can be had in liquid cr powder.
up in ninety-pound bags with his
national welfare and influence. For-1
own brand on the outside In those
ty years ago, when Commodore Per-1 The plan for giving to poor per-
large packages he meets the eastern NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR
CHANGE OF NAHE.
ry opened Japan to the world, it was sons
cultivation of unoccupied miller. But the adulterated eastern
an oriental feudal despotism, ruled j city lots and of land near the city)
product has injured the trade, Peo-
’OTICE is hereby given that the undersigned
bv tradition and superstition, with , wffich worked well in Detroit, and pie who, a few years ago, ate oat-
has presented to the County Court of Yam
hill County, State of Oregon, her petition in due
no appearance of capacity for prog-1 }ias been proposed in New York, is meal are not doing so now.
The form praying said court for an order of said court
ress. But thirteen years later, the j
carried out iu the latter city on adulterated stuff is not what they changing her name to Ellen S. Warren, Instead of
what it now is, and that said court has duly or
present mikado began a crusade a tolerably comprehensive scale. The had been accustomed to. It is heavy, dered that said petition be heard by said court al
the usual place of holding said court In Me Minn-
against the feudal system, and finally | owners of about 3,500 city and sub clammy, doughy. For this, wheat vllle. In said county, on Saturday the 11th day of
May, 1893. at the hour of teu o'clock a. m. of said
overthrew it. Then, in 1889. a lim- urban lots have offered them to the and barley are responsible. What is day.
Therefore, all persons are hereby notified
appear at said time and place and Oder and
ited constitutional monarchy, anala- committee for this purpose, and a true of the oatmeal industry is true show
cause. If any they have, why the praver of
said petition should not be granted, ana said pe
gous in most respects to that of tract of 300 acres just north of Long
of others, and it is high time an or titioner's name changed as in said petition
Great Britain, was established and . Island city is being plowed and fer
ganization be formed to encourage Dated April 17tb. 18%.
since that time there has been a tilized for potato farms for the poor
ELLEN 8. W. 0 BRYAN.
the use of Oregon manufactured 17-8
marvelous development of civiliza j of New York. This is to be staked and grown product.— Hilttboro Inde
tion. Schools, libraries and news out into quarter-acre farms. The pendent.
papers have been introduced, togeth applications for land are already nu
er with railroads, manufactures, and merous and will probably be far in J. A. Richardson, of Jefferson City,
all the other appliances of comfort, : excess of the ¿quantity allotted. if Mo., chief enrolling force 38th general
profit and happiness. The country the applicants are unable to pay for assembly of Missouri, writes: I wish to
that has accomplished these great seed and tools, assistance will be testify to the merits of One Minute Applicants For Teacher*’ Certificate«.
county board of examiners for Yam
results in the comparatively short given. The plan will be in use this Cough Cure. When other so-called cures hill The
county, Oregon, will hold the regular
period of forty years certainly de year in Detroit, New York, Duluth,
quarterly examination of applicants for
serves respectful and considerate Omaha, Toledo, Passaic and Syra and a speedy cure by the use of One certificates to teach in the public schools of
said county, at the court bouse in McMinn
recognition, and its future will be cuse, and probably in a number of Minute Cough Cure Rogers Bros.
ville, commencing at noon on Wednesday,
viewed with universal interest.
other cities which are looking into
May 8tU. and continuing the session
The Biggest Salary.
until the 11th. All applicants for certifi
The highest-salaried employe in cates must be present at the opening ses
B. H. Bowman, Pub. Enquirer, of
United States is supposed to be sion on Wednesday, the Sth. Applicants
Bremen, Ind., writes: Last week our
DeWitt’s Witch IJazel Salve cures
little girl baby, the only one we have, scalds, burns, indolent sores and never the president of the Equitable life for state diplomas and state life diplomas
was taken sick with croup. After two fails to cure piles. Rogers Bros.
assurance society, Henry B. Hyde. must make application at the rime time.
J. B. S tilwbli .
doctors failed to give relief and life was
He receives annually $100,000. John County Superintendent of Schools and
hanging on a mere thread, we tried One
A. McCall gets $75,000 to be. presi Chairman of the Board of Examiners.
Minute Cough Cure and its life was
dent of the New York Life. Sam
The ignorant are never defeated in
saved. Rogers Bros.
uel Spencer receives $50,000 a year
for telling Pierpont Morgan what he succumb to house nerves, one reason
Doubting minds will ever bring a knows about railroads. Mr. Cleve being that, forced out of contact with
The Wisconsin Dairy School.
The Wisconsin dairy school is one swarm of demons.
land receives $50,000 a year and a others, they yearn always for the
of the most successful institutions
A woman with a three-inch tongue house and lot for being president. privilege of mingling in some sort of
of its kind in America. The novelty can slay a giant.
Mr. Depew’s salary as president of society, embracing every chance
of its purpose and its unusual meth Everybody has eight eyes for his the New York Central railroad is thrown in their way toward that end.
ods and equipment make it very neighbor's business.
believed to be $50,000. Cornelius But the woman who stays at home
curious and interesting. The insti With a mote in the eye one cannot Vanderbilt's cook receives $16,000 a because she might get sick by ven
tution offers courses cf study in the see the Himilayas.
year. The sheriff of New York used turing out in the cold or because her
theory of dairying, besides being
to make $100,000 and over every neighbor can entertain better than
Patience is the rope of advance
equipped to give practical instruc
year, but his wings have been clip she can or dress better, or perhaps
ment in all lines of life.
tion in all kinds of dairy work. The
ped. Masini receives $50,000 a sea the habit has become fixed bj’ de
school is sustained at great expense,
son for singing his mighty tenor in grees to that extent that it is like
but it is believed that the outlay is
Madrid. Jean de Keszke receives parting with a tooth to get out of
justified by the advantages resulting
$5,000 for singing one song—the the routine—this is the woman who
to the dairy interests of the state.
"Sal ut demeure,” from Faust. Pat broods and fancies and cries over
The school is planned to accommo When the sense of shame is lost, ti’s contract called for $5,000 a night mental pictures of catastrophes that
date one hundred students, besides advancement ceases.
when she was at the height of her never happen and meets troubles
those taking courses in farm dairy A woman without jealousy’ is like fame, but she had to give $500 of it which never come.
Any parent who owns a highly im
ing The course of study covers a a ball without elasticity.
to her agent. Taral, the jockey, has
child owes it to society at
term of twelve weeks, and during
The fish which escapes from the made $30.000 in a single season. large to throw it in with healthy,
this time the student is required to
President Felix Faure, of the French
hook seems always the largest.
pass some ten written examinations
republic, receives $250,000 a year merry companions, who always effect
and several oral ones. The main
Admiral Greer’s pay is $6,000. An a complete cure, for mirth is infec
Pneumatic llorse Collar.
school building is a structure three
English general’s pay is $27.50 a day, tious. But if the unhappy owner is
stories in height, with a frontage of
and the pay of an English admiral is repressed and kept indoors, ¿some
95 feet and a depth of 54 feet, It is
$19,000 a year. Ambassador Bayard family in the future will feel the
provided with an office, a room with
receives $17,500 a year. Sir Julian effects.
The cure is simple, but few follow
lockers where each student’s work al use. It has been invented by a Pauncefote, British ambassador to
Throw away your medicine and
clothes are kept, bath rooms, a large
this country, receives $30,000 per
Patronize all the gay-
creamery room, a cheese-making
annum. Britain's ambassador to
room and a large room for instruc
France, the best paid diplomatic per
in the sunshine,
tion in farm dairying, a lecture room
sonage in the world, receives $50,000
and a large laboratory. The build
ing cost with its equipments $40,000.
and it will dissolve like mist before
House .X er ves—A Bud Ailment.
The creamery room will give a good rubber air chamber being substitut
example of the completeness with ed for the packing, this in turn be Energetic, care-free individuals the sun. House nerves can becured,
which the various departments are ing covered with leather, and when laugh at the suggestion of such an but by only natural laws. Medicines
the collar proper is inflated a flexible
fitted up. It contains, for example,
ailment as house nerves and say it is dull, but do not cure.
and yielding surface is presented to
six large separators of the latest
only imaginary. But thousands of
the horse’s shoulders, It must be women, says the New York Preu, will
pattern used for-study and for prac
The Journal, of Los Angeles, Cal.,
tice. Besides these are the churns, apparent to the most casual obser- testify otherwise.
that D. J. Court, a mining
ver that the collar in present use
butter workers, etc.
People of sedentary habits, who prospector, has returned to Prescott,
must cause and give man’s noble
room is provided with eight steam-
spend all their time indoors, fre Ariz., from a three months’ sojourn
companion an immense amount of
heated cheese vats of three hundred
quently become morbid, brooding in “one of the most remote and little
pain. Owing to the harsh padding
pounds capacity, each of which has
and irritable. The failure of any known parts of the territory, and
its own complete set of cheese-mak it is impossible for the collar to member of the family to reach home says that that section contains more
adapt itself to the animal’s should
at the usual time brings forth gloomy Aztec ruins than any other portion
ers, and, therefore, chafing and sun
The school day begins at eight
forebodings of disaster. The ab of America, evidences of human
o’clock. The students first attend a dry other ills ensue. With the pneu sence of any one at night causes floor habitation being found from the high
matic collar, as before stated, chafing
lecture of fifty minutes in length,
walking, and tears, even though est peaks to the lowest valleys. In
is impossible, as instead of the horse
and afterwards report in snow white
such person may be of mature years, In one place he found a road or street
working suits and white caps for having to adapt himself to his collar, sound health, aud abundant ability three miles in length, perfectly
practical work. One section is in the collar adapts itself to the horse to care for himself. A projected smooth and straight, and sixty feet
the minute it is put on.
structed in milk testing in the labor-
journey is overcast by recitals of in width. On either side of the
atorj’ and another in the mysteries
horrible accidents. Meals are un street the entire distance are ruins.
It was a thrilling moment in the satisfactory, clothes never fit, no one
of the creamery. In all there are
The road was evidently built prior
eight lecturers and nine teachers. Colorado legislature. A moment of sympathizes or condoles with the to some mighty earthquake, as it
Some idea of the work accomplished excitement was instantly hushed. sufferer.
ends abruptly at the brink of a
may be suggested by the fact that Members held their breath and the
The reasons of house nerves are mighty chasm. He dug up and
two tons and a quarter of milk are atmosphere cleared. A lady mem legion. Introspection is one. Let a found lying about a great number of
required daily for the use of the ber arose, shook the folds of her woman sit at home day after day, skeletons, which were in a fair state
dress, and calmly surveyed the sub week in and week out, and analysis of preservation, the heads of all be
and subjugated ex-tyrants of everything and person within her ing alike—very large over the eyes
The student who has passed all
the examinations of the dairy school about. “Mr. Speaker,” she exclaimed, ken naturally follows, herself in- and receding, and almost flat toward
can become a candidate for a dairy am I in order?” “Madam is the bet eluded. A woman who studies her- the back of the head; jaws well de
certificate. But to secure this he ter judge,’’ replied the gallant pre self, her wants and desires, her ail- veloped, but front upper and lower
must work in a creamery or cheese siding officer, pointing to a mirror.
ments and loneliness, is on a fair teeth small and sharp. The ruins
factory for not less than two full ses
road to an asylum, did she but know show the people to have been work
sions of seven months each, and dur The republicans of Mill City, Gates it. Some women, it is true, are tied ers in stone, some fragments of work
ing one of these he must have entire and Niagara have organized a club down by children and household in turquoise being found. Every
charge and be responsible for the and named it after Secretary of cares to a ceaseless indoor life, but available foot of land had once been
cleanliness and success of the facto- State Kincaid.
they are not generally the ones who cultivated.”