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Stand by the Petition.
Printer’» Ink is Kin«.
A good stock i
of 160 acres,
In a time like the present, There is a host of men who boast
D. C. IRELAND A CO. PUBLISHERS.
$500; on county road. Apply at this
when it is important to preserve Of powder, cotton, steam ;
But every hour the mighty power
Jan. 17,1887 the integrity of the principles
Of printer’s ink is seen.
Half block of hpwk And six room
you advocate, to be assured of It moves the world as easily
cottage with goudTweJl of water, and
large and small (iwrit, is offered for
Patti is coining to Portland success, there is no other alterna As does some mighty thing,
on easy terms, bv C. Symons.
soon with her full support. tive than that of standing for And men proclaim in despot’s ears
Furniture will be sold with the house
the right. There should be no That printer’s ink is king.
Costumes and all.
Miss Belle Johnson, teacher of music
Clyde Cubine, of Centralia, doubt whatever, but that the The man of gold, of wealth untold.
McMinnville and at McMinnville
grand son of S. F. Harding, is people’s representatives in the Printer’s ink may scorn,
college. Residence corner of Second
and C Streets.
in the city on a visit.
legislative assembly from this Or knit his brow, nor deign to bow
To one so lowly born ;
A meeting of the McMinnville tem
* is going to Port county will do so. The only But printer’s ink has built its throne
perance club will be held at Grange
land, where W. D. Lyman will question involved is that of Where minds their tributes bring, hall Monday Jan, 18th 1887, all mem
bers, are requested to be present at 7
be installed as editor.
The people And God’s most gifted intellects
o’clock sharp. B. F. Fuller, president.
House bill No. 18, is the title have stated by their petitions just Shout ‘’Printer’s ink is king.’’
Dr. Taylors method of treating piles
of the measure people of this what they want, in this county King of the world, of thought refined, is the latest and most approved by ths
profession and although not entirely
county are most interested in. seat matter, and it -is for the No abject slave it claims ;
without pain there *s no additional pain
A dispatch from Salem Satur purpose of assuring our delega Where superstition’s victims pine,
and the cure is permanent and com
plete. Call at Dr. Johnsons offioe and
day, informed relatives of Mrs. tion that nothing else will suit It bursts their servile chains.
him, it will cost you nothing
W. T. Newby that she was very the people, that we direct their In every clime, in coming years,
treats you and cures you.
Will men proud anthems sing,
attention to the petition as the And round the world the echoes float, This is no humbug.
John J. Sax has hie chop mill in
One year ago last Saturday text for their action at every That printer’s ink is king.
running order, and will chop feed for
we had a big snow storm in this step in this important contest.
$2 per ton. If this does not suit the
call and get a special rate.
city. Last Saturday it was very We hope that we may be incor
is prepared to receive a
rectly informed when we are from the capital Saturday.
few day boarders. Three gentlemen
Eastern Oregon begins to talk can be furnished with rooms. Cor
The sunken steamer Beutley, told that the measure is apt to
at Albany bridge, has been rais meet with hostility in the senate; of an ice factory, to secure its ner of Third and H streets, last house
on the right before crossing railroad
ed and taken to East Portland we want so believe that Messrs. next summer supply.
Watts and Bird realize their
When the steamedconnect at position as representatives of clared unconstitutional upon a
First National Bank,
Independence, you can get over the people, and understand too very thin margin for law, but
—OF M’MINNVILLE, OREGON.—
to Salem from here in about well the possible disasters of a Capt. Humphrey says a demo
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three hours easily.
fatal step at this time. Stick
J acob W ortman ...................... Pn>«ident
Messrs. Little and Laughlin to the petition, gentlemen; and throw it under the national D. P. T hompson ............. Vice-president
J ohn W ortman ......................... Cashier
came home Friday evening to all will be well. Depart from it, democratic platform against
Transacts a General Hanking bus in eat.
spend their Sunday vacation. and there is no telling what the “sumptuary laws.”
Interest allowed on time deposit«.
With the mercury at 28 deg.
Collections made on favorable terms.
result may be.
They return to-day.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfer«
below zero, and the winds tear on New York, San Francisco and Portland.
N. J. Rowldnd is acting con
Office hours—from V a. m. to 4 p. m.
Edwin Russ informed us on
stable for Justice Harding’s court Saturday last that he was going ing down the streets like a mad
dened pack of polar bears, no
in south McMinnville, under an
to fence building, in spite of the wonder people in Indiana, Illi FIRE INSURANCE.
appointment of the court.
storm; within an hour or two it nois and thereabout, thinking Representa
the following Hterling compan
Mr. Fellows is getting the car
London ,1 Liverpool A Globe, North
stopped snowing, the sun came I of us here, are reminded to send ies:
Britiah A Mercantile, Coiumeroinl Union
pets ready for the new offices of
out warm, and we credited Ed us mittens ami fur capes. But Fire Association, German American, Fire
man’s Fund, Hartford, Commercial, Anglo
Hon. W. D. Fenton, in the Yam
win with success at perhaps though the remembrance is Nevada, State investment.
hill County Bank building.
Wheat insurance a specialty.
fencing old Boreas out of the duly appreciated, the articles are
The Odd Fellows wound up city at least.
$1.50 Per Year.
the week by going over to Amity
Answering an inquiry as to
Saturday and installing officers
Imported suckers, carp, were
Tlie Best Paper
during the day. They had a prospects of legislation on the •exposed for sale in Portland last
in the valley.
NPR forfeiture bills, Senator week. They are unfit for food
jolly good time.
Trains on the P and WVRR Dolph states that time and again unless kept in clear running
Gives all the
leave Newberg for Portland at he urged the conference com- | water for at least a month before
9 a. m. and 1:15 p. m., and ar-j mittee to submit to the house killing time.
W. S. Failing
rive from Portland at 12:45 p. m.ithe disagreements of the senate ought to know that much, This
and 6:30 p. hi.
jin order that he may submit carp and shad folly in Oregon
Beef is advancing, wholesalers his report. So far the house re will yet work a tough hardship
now ask and receive from 3 to frain from acting.
• upon the vital interests of the
3| cents. Our local markets I ... . .
A lady friend received a beau j salmon trade Both are worth-
have not put the price up, but
tiful gift of a pair of home made less for table use in any shape,
are iconsidering the subject.
and shad are mortal enemies to
Miles Hendricks of Astoria, is ¡silk mittens from Chicago last salmon.
paying his old home at Wheat- week, and a splendid book de
Miss Palms met Senator Jones D.C.Irelaiui&Co
land a visit. Miles looks fine, voted to art topics. These came
showing that it agrees with him from a dear, good girl, however; on the streets of Detroit the
to live within sound of thedash- hence it cannot be charged that other day and did not faint or IVotire oi Co-Parlncrtihip.
into Co-Partnerahip with
the mittens are any infringe scream for the police. The sena Having entered
ings of the deep sad sea.
D. M Caldwell, in the
FEED AND FLOUR BUSINESS.
A postal to L. Bettman, from ment upon the patent recipe of tor’s suite is progressing favor
In Hhobe’a baildin«, opposite the Poet offloa,
his son at Leipsig, told of the
the firm will be known m COL l ARD A
great storm over Europe at an antidote for that passion ex and perserverance. The senator, CALDWELL.
Mr. Caldwell will Milend to
Christmas tide. Henry says he cited by excellence, beauty, or who has borne in silence the the wants of th« public.
All aalaa will be for caah at bed rook prioea
never saw so much snow in all all that is born of affection, com- combined taunts of the news-
Ordere delivered to any part of the city free
his life; two and a half feet deep monly called Love. These mit- paper press of the country, may of extra oharge.
J. J. COLLARD.
D. M. CALDWELL.
tens are for use.
yet enjoy the lady’s millions.
and no mails for four days.
McMinnville, Or., Dec. 27th, 18s«.