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ASHI RV, Editor A I’ropr.
E< K vi IN, AbtoociMlc Editor.
Moiiilit rn liftliistr), Mild (he
Theory for 11»<* Tex its
I Editorial CorreapuiKleiite.
Ancient Rome was a wonderful
c innville grange
city, built on hills and remarkable
for its municipal improvements ami
i its public spirit.
Los Angeles is
Began March ist to reduce the price on every article in the store. $25,000 worth of goods to be
Reading notices in local columns 10 cents per parti* built on hills.
Hue for first week and 5 cents per line thereafter. comparison ei. Is, for a resident of
closed out for Cash or Produce, during the next few months, making it a
Display adverliHcniciils. annual rates, one inch ; Ims Angeles, :ui-ustonied to its
per month 31; each additional inch 50 cents jar
conveniences and its attractions,
Obituary ami marriage notices not exceeding could, if translated thither, spend
10 hipr published free, if furnished in time to
be current news. Additional matter 10 cent* per scarcely a comfortable uay and night
< andidates’ “Cards of Announcement’’ from in ancient Rome, and vvry likely
would be fouud laying out a new
now until the convention, 12-50.
town on the right side of the Tiber
the next morning, ami filing a claim
FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900.
to the ancient river for an irrigating
We propose to sell our entire stock of Dry Goods, Furnishings, Hats and Caps, Notions,
Irrigation lias made Low
Notice of 4 l«il> H re tin If.
Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Groceries, completely out so as to have nothing to move. \\ e will
Angeles a city of magnificent views.
A meeting of Lincoln republican club
remove to the Burns corner as soon as the building is completed. Bring your Cash or Produce
z\nd on the main line of the South
will be held in Wright’s hall on Tuesday era Pacific, as well as on the sub
get the best bargains ever offered.
evening, March 13th, at 7:30 o’clock, for urban branches, the same art has
the purpose of making preliminary ar made the roses bloom and the fruit
rangements in relation to the congres trees to spring up like magic in the
sional convention which is to be held at midst of the sandy desert.
miles and miles eastward the deep
McMinnville on April 10th.
CHAS. P. NELSON, Manager.
green foliage of the orange trees,
R. P. B ird , President.
R. L. (’ on NKR, Secretary.
make an Oregonian long for just a
1 |j 'OfpS'Tdi? ^t'ftó? 'Qxb? ’Lb-’
t'^'LL? 'filli’ W 'fitted 'fidi’ 'fiuti? fiib> file? 'fidi' RÓ
little bit of California climate, that '<■„ o? o?Rdv ^tP?c?"fit c?
S ome of the manifest changes of he might sit beneath his own grape
heart on the part of the editor of the
vine and orange tree and partake of
Sheridan Sun are not due to the re their pleasant fruits, with no one
X. V. Z. calls my attention to an ex-
we emerge out of the cypress swamps, 1 clean. While Mr. Collard's time was
vival which has been in progress up near to forbid or say him nay.
A evidences of thrift are at hand. I only occupied for from two to three | ecutive order made several years ago, by
near ami promising industry at Rice mills are numerous in all of the I hours a day, and allowing him the re a democratic president, for the purpose ALL THESE WATCHES
Bloomington is the growing of can- Louisiana towns, and sugar refineries
S pain ' s new tariff discriminates aigre, a plant, the extract from are numbered by the score. A long | mainder of the time to earn money else- of avoiding the civil service rules, and as
heavily against American products. which is lined in leather’ tanning, line of refineries in succession, about 1 where to support himself and family, the an excuse for the removal of republican
The chief sufferers will be the Span In the distance, the growing plants half a mile north of the railroad, present janitor is busily employed there office-holders, so that democrats might
ish themselves if they care to get resemble beets, and are often mis conveys some faint idea of the sugar from seven o’clock in the morning till have tlieir places. I am conversant with
half past six at night, with an hour off at that order ami all other orders and rules
the best at the most reasonable taken for them.
industry of the state of Louisiana.
Night is approaching as we reach
On the evening of the Gth day out j noon. X. Y. Z. and his party pose as affecting my duties to the public, and the
Indio. Here is an excellent railway from Portland, and 3,300 miles from the laboring man’s friend, yet $30 per postoffice department, ami in this con
C ongressman L entz of Ohio, who station, a superior hotel, and an ap the metropolis of Oregon, the long month, in their opinion, is too much nection let me say to X. Y. Z. that if he
made a populist sprech at Lafayette, proved sanitarium twenty feet be Southern Pacific train rolls onto the wages for a man to support liis family- knows of any act of mine, political or
Evidence that the ferry at Algiers, the modest trans on, who works io'_. to 11 hours per day,
in this county, during the last cam low sea level.
otherwise, which is in violation of any
paign. is spoken of as running mate ocean once covered the site of this Mississippi suburb of New Orleans, but then the man is a hated republican order or rule of the department, I invite
and is taken across the “'father of and “McCain’s son-in-law’' besides.
for Bryan. Lentz has recently pro
him to make complaint thereof to the
posed the public distribution of a beach record and Indio is near the waters,” and we are at last in the
X. Y. Z. says that I was allowed $25 re department in writing, over liis own sig
“Keep time.” Some of them keep it
United States map to all schools in western line of it. The railway cuts old cosmopolitan city of commercial
a small segment oil the northern supremacy and social fame.
cently by the county court for examining nature, instead of resorting to the cow so you don't get any of it. They are all
the United States.
“right” once a day. Some of them will
border of the ancient bed, and al
D. I. A.
tax collection, and this is made the subject ardly practice of writing lying articles
tell you frequently and correctly when
Halton, 25 miles easterly, the de
they should be sent to the repairer’s. The
A prominent democratic nows pression reaches 2(13 feet. Abundant
tion. He knows, or ought to know, that an assumed name.
dollar watch will cost you <5 the first
paper observes that the republican water for railway and domestic use
You frequently see
The charge of “bossisin” is too idiotic year for repairs.
the county judge is required to bid in for
party is doomed, and that “the and for irrigation is obtained from
Z. and the county, real property sold on delin to be worth noticing. In a country like them on display in the drug store, hard
hand writing is on the wall
It is artesian wells, and the healthful fir. Ilct'aili Iteplies to X.
ware store, the corner grocery, or the
< it<*s Soane I ai ls Apparently
only in the early stages of a cain- condition of trees and vines and
quent tax warrant when there is no other this, where all men attend primaries and dry goods emporium. Again you see
paign that a leading democrat dares plants testifies to its excellence.
bidder for the same. He also knows, or conventions and assist in naming dele them advertised, and send to some irre
McMlNNVIU.lt, Or., March 5, 1900.
look at a bulletin board
In the desert portions of Califor
ought to know, that when no valid levy gates and candidates, such a thing would sponsible firm, from whom you get a
To T he E ditor : In the Telephone-
nia, Arizona, New Mexico and Tex
of such warrant is made, no title passes be impossible, especially among men warrant that does not warrant.
Experience brings watch wisdom. We,
W hen editors are candidates for as, there is little of interest except Register of February 22d, appeared a by such sale, and the purchaser takes who possess sufficient intelligence to be
sell reliable watches, at reliable prices,
county office it becomes an easy mat to the lover of history. The trag screed signed "X. Y. Z.,” in which this nothing by his purchase. Under these republicans. The fact is, that to every and give you a reliable warrant for which
ter to trade political announcements edies that have been enacted during modern Ananias exercised his peculiar circumstances the county court saw prop one who has mentioned the matter of we are reliable.
for political support, and at the same the building of our nation are of no talent for malevolent misrepresentations
W m . F. D ielscitneider & B ro .,
! candidates to me. I have said that I had
time hoodwink the people by carry small import.
Monuments to the of his neighbors. Knowing the falsity er to employ me to examine the question
McMinnville’s Reliable Jewelers.
in^ tit the head of the column a bravery and suffering of the pioneers of his insinuations and charges, and re
I did so and advised the should be nominated or who should not,
charge of $2.50 per announcement. mark the trail until we reach the alizing the vulnerability of his own po be made.
cor n T V co n m o n e kn <
Some people can put two and two Rio Grande, that historic stream sition as a pretended reformer, he at court, or its members in accordance with < and the only act pertaining to politics in
together once in a while, and this down from the gold and silver moun
the opinion I formed upon such exam any degree, which I have performed, or
tempts to hide his deformities behind an
class cannot be hoodwinked.
tains of Colorado, and onward flow
ination, and charged the county what I, with which I have been connected, since
ing, a living aqueous line between assumed name; but, like his distin or any other lawyer would have charged 1 the last election, was to register as a vo W Houck, Joseph Hoberg and Wm Dee ap
guished ancestor who attempted to hide
T here will be about two dozen of the ‘republics of United States and in the lion’s skin, his ears protrude, and a private person for similar services. X. ter in this county, and 1 suppose, inas pointed to view road petitioned for by John
Glen and others, to meet at Dayton on the 24th 1
Rev. Chas. M Sheldon’s Topeka pa Mexico, which shows but a trace of
Y. Z. insinuates that there was no ques much as I am a republican, this act is inst., and file report at April term.
pels taken in this city during next
tion about the proper course to pursue. If grossly offensive partisanship to such fel
Resignations ofC Mitchell, supervisor of dis
week, when he will edit it as he 1 ings to it by birthright, At all sults in a jagged, ear-splitting bray, that he would take the trouble to look into lows as X. Y. Z. Notwithstanding this trict 26 and that of I O Barber, of district 30 ac
at once discloses his identity.
thinks Christ would.
1 fact, I shall continue to exercise the cepted.
He aspires to the leadership of an al- the matter he would find there has been
is doubtless a good man. but it does bands have seized upon and appro
Bond ot W G Henderson, sheriff and tax col
look a little like presumption on the priated its substance, and now at leged party which maintains a kind of such difference of opinion amongst at rights of citizenship by- attending con lector, for 110,000 appoved.
part of anyone belonging to finite its crossing near the borders where precarious existence, only by virtue of torneys and others as to whether the ventions and voting at elections without 1 wo wildcat scalps compared and found cor
humanity to assume to interpret in- Texas and New and Old Mexico join, its historic name, in spite of the disgrace levy should be made under the old law waiting for the consent of either X. V. Z. rect.
But it will prove a mighty hardly more than dampness has been and opprobrium heaped upon it by such I relating to executions, or the new law, 1 or the Telephone-Register.
good thing for the Topeka Daily left to its bed, and it flows thick fellows us X. Y. Z., in making it a tail I that a number of the counties have been
As to the other charges and insinua
a d sluggish. Give respectful sa
tions against the present county court, it E V Littletiebi, salary...................... ............... 77 GO
lute to it; impoverished that many to the free silver populist kite, in tlieir proceeding under the old law instead of
Il Bogue, trimming trees................ .............. 9 14)
El Paso, being the greed for office. This scurvy fellow, like the new, as I advised. Amongst these is only necessary to say, they are as J H Nelson, salary........................... .............. lfin 85
Mr. nnd Mrs J. J. Henderson left might be fed.
pass—the door to everywhere, from the average pot house,* demo-populist
Warren & Son, broom..........................
Ixmg Beach, (’alii., on the 1st ¡list for
is not looking for the truth.
He only- as tile ones to which 1 have called atten J 0 Rogers, salary..................
the ends of the earth—was founded
.............. 50 <M)
the north, and will stop nt various points I on the banks of the Rio Gramie by politici in, is taken suddenly and violent seeks an opportunity to make a dirty tion. The present court inherited a L P Small, labor on wood............. .............. 1
Mr. Ilenderrmi writes adventurous Onate, a Spanish com ly virtuous once every two years. This fling at some of his republican neigh large bill of expense upon the county, J Michuux, med amndauee................ .. 7 00
occurs just before an election, and dur
Dr Davidson,exam Insane........................
that at Long Beach I hero Inis been but mander, in 15U8.
Shortly after Ibis
bors. He says there is no justification coming over from former incumbents, A Knook, corduroy................... ................ . . 5 00
. 5 00
one day’s ruin in three months. Much a church was built, the walls of ing the continuance of such “phobia” for such allowance.
The authority ot growing out of litigation and other mat J M Yocum, salary...................................... .106 00
of tho grain is past saving. The weathei which are still standing, though mel the victim gnashes his teeth and bewails
the county court to employ and pay ters, with which the present incumbents Chas Lafollette, justice transcript...........
is quite waiin with drying winds from lowed by their three hundred years the lot of the poor taxpayer. When the
Joncsck Adams, oil....................................
Norris Perkins, gravel...............................
the northwest. The itveraaredry and exposure to sun and wind. San An election is over the spasm passes, and in
proper, has always been recognized, and bills the record of this court in the allow O O Rbude, salary.....................................
the Btreeta dusty. The sprinklers are tonio. further along', is a city dis ease the success of his party gives him
tinguished for many excelleijvies. the opportunity, he proceeds, with devil it has always been done by the county ance of bills and general management of E L Wing, livery.......................................
kept buey to keep dow n I lie dost on the :
the comity finances will compare favora Mrs Hiiguelet. care ol poor......................
Historical and immortal interest ish lev, to help himself to the contents court of this county.
streets, and law ns mid shrubbery have
largely centers in its immortal Ala of the public crib with l»<-th hands. To
bly with that of any of its predecessors. <’ E Smith, med attendance....................
to have thorough watering to keep them I mo. Here, in March, 183(1, one bun
E It Henderson, salary...............................
S Howorth, rent phone...............................
Herein Mr. Ilenderson’a tesli- dred and eighty two citizen soldiers attract the attention of the taxpayer, he ded over by Hon \\ ni. Galloway, a dem
Mendenhall A Biliee, mdse for poor........
mouial for thia county
“A lovely place were besieged Ijy Santa Ana in com gently strokes him on the back with one ocrat, as county judge, at the March
•15c cash buys a plug of Star tobacco at Wm Galloway, Witness Stout A Martin vs
to live, if one can live on < lunate, but mand of five thousand Mexican reg
. 11 oo
At the end of eleven days has his other crooked hand and arm to legal opinion as to a road matter, At the Grange store. Battle Axe 38c.
for investment, give me old Yamhill- tiiars.
W T Macy, salary.............. .................
tiii : riAiim s shit or i va i ii.
I bis place
C E Branson, field notes.......................
Now, lor this fellow s alleged facts, court allowed O. H. Irvine $5 for legal
is kept by the money of tourists, Stop died. David Crockett the famous
died behind a rampart of assailants lie says that Collard was removed nsjan- services: at the December term, ibQi,
them, ami von slop im-iiiess.
he had slain.
But it is not unpleas
have tourists, therefore it is a lively eitj ant to know that this holocaust itor t the court house, and another per such court allowed J. E. Magers #7.50 for
14 . .O
son was appointed in his place, and that legal services; in April, 1895, said coun
Lester Potter, rock ..............................
and a very pleasant people,
W> have served its purpose to “fire the heart
enjoyed it here very much indeed.”
of patriotism, and, shortly after, the the s< ret oi this transaction was that
Lone Star moved in triumph, and the latter was the son in-law of the wri legal services; at the June term, 1892.
J BRohr, painting signs.......................
Next Sunday morning the pastor of the great state of Texas became, ter of this communication. I think no Ramsey & Fenton were allowed bv said
.las Thomas, care poor..........................
the M. F. church will preach as u-tiul at after much tribulation, one of the one has ever heard Mr. Collard complain court $32 50 for leval advice; at the July
Hannah Bond, ••
In the evening lie will preach again, bright stars in the nation's escutch because he was not retained longer in
Mallhies A Co, meat for poor.............
that position. He bail held this place lowed by said court is for legal services;
ami bia subject lor that service will I h * eon.
S R Kelsey, bridge work................. «...
Passing along eastward, out of somewhere near seven years, and as a in January, 1S92, Ramsey & Fenton were
“Divine Watchfulneas. "
There is a
City of McM. water and lights............
the arid plains into a section bearing reasonable man, recognized the fact that allowed $5 for legal services; in August,
good deal of interest living manifested
Jno Lindberg, road work.....................
ev idences of ix'casional showers of the place did not necessarily belong to 1893, Ramsey X Fenton were allowed $7
Maltbies A Co, bacon.....
... 1 50
lately in the rendition« by the choir rain, an Oregonian begins to feel
Jones A Adams, lumber and nails__
. 6 19
which is living brought to a high pitch more at home. Houston is tho larg him for lite. X. V Z. says that Collard for legal services; in October, 1892.
MrsS A Burnett, house rent................
... 3 0»
of perfection ; the duet lust Sunday bv est city in the state, anil is situateil received but «20 per month and that the Ramsey & Fenton were allowed by said
Nichols A Gabriel, mdse poor..............
.. 11 18
Wliv county court $ too for legal services. In
Mrs. C. Talmage and Miss Myrtle Du- in a better agricultural section Ilian pre nt incumlwiit receives f ;o.
Wm Millsap, overpaid tax.................
... 3 27
I-. It Henderson, taking vvatd to reform
As did he not state all the facts connected
tsiiiv evoked much favorable cominent. can be found to tin' westward.
If the man does not stop the cough
The choir has lievn preparing for some we progress eastward, all timber, as with tins matter? Simply because such ic lawvers have drawn during the last
the cough stops the man; stops his ap J I. Wood, medicine for poor .......................
time Io give a musical program on some well as horses, cattle ami hogs, are statement would be a complete justifica eight years, from the county treasury of petite, his sleep, liis pleasure and his VV G Henderson, salary.................................. • 10 (10
The hogs eon tion of the county court in w hat it did in this county, more than $6< m for legal ser
week night, but airaiigvmenls have not small and stunted.
So called "cough remedies” O _ R Parker.
the premises, ami Ins crooked, malicious vices and advice, not here enumerated, sometimes relieve but they don’t go deep M Underwood, house rent
yet been quite completed -o that the
large amount of head ami nose.
«late cannot he announeed at pri ent. They can also run faster and jump I disposition would not have been grali- because 1 have not taken the trouble nor enough to cure. Dr. Iherce’s Golden
Medical Discovery cures coughs and
It is very hard to stand idly by and
Mies Lena V. Tawney is arranging the higher than a goat.
Nature lias 1 tied. The facts are, that Mr. Collard j the time to get exact date or amount of diseases of the respiratory organs per
program with tho kind assistance of Mr. wisely provided them with this un- I was not required to do and did not do each warrant, but the records of the fectly and permanently. It stops the see our dear ones sutler while awaiting
the arrival of the doctor. Au Albany
Gortner, and tlioee who loive h-temd to swinish aceoniplishnient for their i one half the work required of ami jwr- I county court will prove the truth of this cough. It heals the lungs, stops the
N. V> dairyman calledata drug store
Misa Taw ney ’a talented play itig and w ho
there tor a doctor to come and see his
are acquainted w ith Mr. Gortner’a love vetcrate foragers, ami dearly love I lar.I 1 id only one half as much lawn to slightest disposition to lie fair or truth- ing the action of the blood-making child, then very ai< k with croup. Not
If they could catch water, mow ami otherwise tend, as there tul, wliv does lie fail to mention these glands enriches every organ with the tiiiding the doctor in, he left word for
of muMc. do not hesitate to render in “hawg" meat
the porkers the hog (vopulation in . is cart.I lor by the present janitor. In i other instances of allowance to attorneys good blood which alone will make a him to come at once on hie return.
advance the verdict <>f aiii-eeas.
also tsniclil a bottle of Chamberlain's
the south would toon be a minus | addition he had only to sweep the hall- I by the county court for legal servicesand good body.
Thus, tin' hog of the wavs and on occasions ot the use of the , advice—especially those allowed this
"My husband had been couching for years Cough Remedy, which he hoped would
and people frankly told me that he would po give «-me relief until the doctor should
••outh is peculiarly constructed toj
Follow in« in the lint of juror« drawn for
savie. to sweep and build fires in the democratic firm composed of Ramsey & into consumption," writes Mrs. John Shireman. arrive. Ina few hours he returned, say
of No zbs asth Place. Chicago, liil. "He had such
the March term of circuit« ourt, for Yam enable him t<»outrun it nigger,
'courtrooms. Th< present janitor, as be Fenton—and select tor reference only terrible coughing «pells, we not only grew much ing the do, tor need not come, as the
hill coonly, which begin« Mondav.
but b-oked tor the bursting of a blood child was much better.
the item of «25 allowed the writer at the alarmed
vessel or a hemorrhage at almost any time. 1 >tto Scholz, says the family baa since
March 2H, ¡BOB
(• D Carlin. J t> Steph ami fields of old corn stalks, ami Ion .tated, is required to care for twice
enson, C G Atkin«, Eli Svere, Samuel cotton and rice fields line each side the lawn cared for by Mr Collard, and last term of court The fact is. X. Y. Z. cross the room. The doctor did him no good recommended Chamberlain's
Ewing. Auntin Briel»inc. S Robert*. U C of the road as we approach the Sa in addition to all of the other work per had no intention of conveying to the I »Cited the case to a druggist, who handed me Remedy to I heir neighbors and friends
Cook, W W Nebon.l M York,.I \ I , < k bine river, the boundary between form <-d be him. is required to ami does, public a correct idea or understanding of a bottle of Dr Pierce’s Golden Medical Discov until he ha« a constant demand foi it
ery My husband • recovery mt remarkable
ham, .1 W (’«invert, (’J Eduar.l-, W O Texas and Tatuklunu
Crossing every dav, sweep and build fires in the what had been done by the county court, In three dav* after he began using Dr. Pierce's from that part of the country. For sale
Sonderland. G-car (¡raven, J I Byem, \ over, the land soon becomes swampy,
Golden Medical Discovery he was up and by Howorth A Co., druggists.
and in two more days he went to work.
A Marrin, Frank Chapman. John M *• ami the water turbid and filthy. We I five oilices occupied by the county offi but sought, by a garbled statement of around
Two bottles cured him."
hood, F C Milla, F J St.-ward, M one ride on thrown up rv>ads and across cers in the court house, to carry up wood facts, to grossly deceive and mislead the
Dr. Pierce’s Pleusant Pellets cure bili
Berry, John Farmer, Win ilankine, I‘an
for their use, to wash the spittoon* and taxpayers of the county as to manage*
Benr. the signature of C has h . F letc WK*
ousness. They produce permanent lone-
INxighertv, M Miller, T I’J«»hnaon. R ( low trestles, through soft “malar I
went. bv the court, of the Lnances of fit anil <io not re-act on the system One
la use for more than thirty years, and
Henry, Bailey Chaney. Jacob Hagey, H ious bog amt reedy fen. where -limy j *“*>' aU thc «'"dow» in the buihliug
I the county.
is a gentle laxative, two a cathartic dose.
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