The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, April 06, 1894, Image 2

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    -HE MADE NO MISTAKES.•’
COOPERATION.
etc . that would be sold to members
T he populists have bopped onto
at cost.
Even driers may come to the idea of referendum and initiative
Our democratic contemporary, the
Paper Read Ht lore the Yamhill
County
Horticultural Society be sold through such an agency. like a hawk on a spring chicken. The
Telephone-Register, puts forward the
April 3, lStli, by J. It. Shepard, Again, arrangement.-» could be made --ubject is one worthy of considera-
F.H. BARNHART,
name of H. S. Maloney for renomi-
Î>
of Zena. Pollt County.
nation by the democrats of Yamhill V» President, Tealies anil Cientlemen-. with any bank by which loans could ! tion and discussion. Speakers of
PUBLISHER ANDPROPRIETOR.
county on the legislative ticket, en­ As orc ha relists most of us have be made on fruit in warehouse. In­ : other parties show a disposition to
dorsing his candidacy with the broad reached that point where the mark­ surance could be placed at lowest give it candid and thoughtful treat
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j.
4 < K ’I IN, Associate Editor.
claim that he made no mistakes dur­ eting of our fruit is of greater iir rates; fruit could be hauled to ware­ ment. But the populists thought it
house
before
roads
became
heavy
by
would
be
good
campaign
thunder
ing his former term
We suppose portance than any other feature of
that might depend upon the stand­ j our work. It has bccu demonstrated reason of winter rains—an important and were afraid somebody else would
ADVEMtHINO JtATE.4
item in some localities.
Prunes ' lug it off.
Keadiug n-itic« in local columns I'1 rent» per point from which one viewed tbe that our soil and climate is perfectly
must
be
graded
after
drying,
even if
line tor fir t ».ekanl ■ cent» l--r linethrrealler matter. There arc certain features
Jj|»play advertisement. annual rates, one inch
adapted to the production of a great graded before, in order to meet the
A statemeut from the executive
)>er month tl, each a*14i( loual inch
. , ut» jar of his legislative record that might
variety of spleudid fruits. The ex demands of the eastern market. committee of the midwinter fair
month.
Obituary and tna. riage notice» not exceeding appear to some persons as the very
perimental stage is passed. But it This requires a special and expen­ shows a deficit of $124,575.
The
W line» published free, if turuohed in time to
be current n>.»». AiMiuonai rnatur 10 cent-per apex of wisdom and statesmanship, yet remains to be proven how we are
committee
has
decided
to
reduce
the
sive grader, and one at tbe ware
•tie.
. and to others as the crowning cap- to market at renumerative prices
This store was never so interesting’ as now.
house would do the work for a large ■ ' price of admission from 50 to 25
j sheaf to a monument of folly left be the vast quantity of green and dried
j cents.
district.
FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1S‘G.
hind by the body in which he served. fruits which our state will produce .
Our methods have destroyed dull seasons.
The time to ’ act is now. This
It is iirprising to find one who can ‘ from this time on.
spring there should be five or six
go so far toward endorsing the last
There are two methods, one or the such companies formed in western j
Business in spring goods abounds.
' legislature, as to single out the rec other of which, we will no doubt fol- j
Oregon.
In most cases a building
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,
A.
i ord of a member of Mr. Maloney's low. We may continue in the man
By order ol the Republican County Central
i suitable for a warehouse might be Suffered Intensely' From
Can’t help it; consummate skill drives a double
t ouunlttee a T.epubUr an County Convention w til
tamp and say it contains no error. ner heretofore pursued, trusting to
tc held at the Court House in McMinnville, Or
rented the first season, and the ex- j
Impure
Blood
His vote agaiust an appropriation for chance buyers, each individual seek-
FRIDAY, APRIL tlTH, 1894.
perience gained would decide the
team.
I
at Mk30 a. m. lor the purpose of electing 11 dele­ au Oregon exhibit at the world’s fair i ing a market independent of all size and character of the warehouse
Till Perfectly Cured by Hood'a
gates to attend the State Convention to beheld In i is a measure in which we think a '
Sarsaparilla ’
other growers. No intelligent man to be built another year.
Portland, Oregon, on Wednesday, April 11th, ls*>*
All our stock ot DRESS M ATERIALS proves this.
and 11 delegates to attend the Congressional Con­ majority will agrg- that he made a
can
give
this
matter
a
moment
’
s
vention lor 1st Congressional district to he held
One year ago this month 1 opened
al Salem Oregon, on Monday, April 9th. 1891.
mistake. Then his vote against a , thought without concluding that
a discussion on this subject in the
The Convention
lyentlon will
---- con-l-l of 119 delegates
state board of horticulture with pow-. ; sonic better method ought to be fol-
<1 as
-
apportioned
- follow-
They are unrivaled.
Marion County Horticultural society,
North
¡Ik*..
8
...............
..
io
Amlly
er
to
protect
the
fruit
interests
of
;
M
» North Newberg
Baku Creek
I lowed. Consider what this system, | which will be found on page 323 of
_ _ _ _________
Yamhill _
G the state, while consistent in spirit
5 North
Belles lie
A sort of fanciful and harmless competition ol
: nr rather lac k of system, involves. I the second biennial report of the
South McMinnville 10
FLrsavl.
Carlton
8 Month Newberg.
11 with a vote against the world s fair Ignorance of the demands of the
• beeowen
12
U Sheridan............
Oregon state board of horticulture.
Xiaylon
» exhibit, could not be regarded by j
West Chehalem..
Irandee
would*be rivalry sometimes appears.
market, that is certain to result in Therein 1 said that my ideas might
6
61 Willamette
Fairlawn
8 many as otherwise than a mistake. fruit being prepared in an inferior or not bear, in all particulars, mature
Lafayette
9 Willamina
The Committee recommends that the primaries There are persons who condemn as
be held in the keveral precincts al I O) p. m.
wrong manner; no two lots prepared consideration. I find now that while
Being merely imaginary it is inetlective.
■
March 24, 1894, and cordially invite nil Kepnbll the mistake of folly an appropria­
alike; a constant tendency to de­ in the main I have not changed my
t-AiiM to pailk ipatu in the primaries and select
!»>od men as delegates to lhe Convention bou t tion of 1190,000 for a jute mill that
press prices through ignorance of; opinion as to the very great necessity
nil to attend the primaries
: has not yet been built, and others the market, or by lots being offered j i for cooperation, 1 was in error in
J. W H o BJ m .
J. E. M aw EK.1,
Secretary.
Chairman.
who think $40,000 for uniforming below the market price by need}’ some particulars. .All however that
and equipping the state militia was owners; an unnecessary outlay for
is necessary to success is the appli-
'■
T he democratic organ having for­ a large and unnecessary sum, and duplicate storerooms, machinery for I i cation of ordinary business princi-
still
others
who
fail
to
see
the
wis
­
mally endorsed for reelection H. S.
preparing and shipping, ■ by each ■ 1 pies and obstacles aud errors will
Maloney, who was formerly elected dom of appropriating state money grower, and many other disadvant j , be alike overcome.
>
on the democratic ticket, Judge Wm to improve the quality of the miner-1 ages
Since I arrived this morning I
Galloway naturally has his eyes al water at Sodaville. If there is I There is another and better meth have read with great interest the re­
turned in that direction wondering anything about which everybody! od now being followed in parts ofj port in the last issue of that spleudid
Harveyville, Kansas.
would naturally be agreed, it was j California.
when his turn will come.
It is by cooperation i horticultural journal,the Rural North­
j the voting of a few thousands to the The demands of the eastern market, west.oi the success of the Hood River “C. I. Hood 4 Co., Lowell, Mass :
"Our little Baby boy IsUuWaUmiat two years
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As much as we dislike to acknowl­ i southern and eastern Oregon agri- if properly complied with, will com­ Cooperative company. It is the pio­ old. When fie was about alx week» old there
,
,
cultural
societies
to
encourage
them
appeared
a
breaking
out
on
bls
head
and
breast
pel us to follow this method. The neer company of the state, and its
edge it, there is no denying that the
We tried various salve« aud soaps but It
populists are making fearful inroads in holding fairs. Possibly one other first and most important demand of success the first year is very encour-
Many of the Extpdsite Novelties in Dress Goods
Continued to Crow Worse
upon lhe democratic party in this measure supported by Maloney on the market will be for cheap fruit, I aging indeed.
And we took him to a doctor, tie said it was
must reach our patrons unheralded through the
county. The democrats are hopeless which public sentiment is unanimous and this consideration alone will
scrofula, but his treatment tailed, aud We called
Hop HeaolutIon».
is
the
advance
in
the
salary
of
the
upon
three
other
physicians,
who
termed
It
salt
necessitate cooperation. In no other
and sad. They are willing to give
newspapers—-a physical impossibility to describe
The hop growers of the Wiliam" rheum or ectema. Evon than be grew worse.
the pops about four-fifths of the petty county commissioners of Yamhill way can we handle our fruit with as
A cruet would gather on his head as thick as a
It is no little cost. The individual wheat ette valley assembled at Butteville quarter aud puff up with corruption. Then It
them all; and then we want yon to criticise them un­
kingdoms to bring about a fusion, but from 13 to $4 per day.
proof
that
Maloney
made
any
mis­ grower does not think of cleaning his recently, unanimously passed the would come olt, taking the hair with it. About
the pops still maintain their attitude
three mouths ago we resolved to try Hood’s
hampered by our description or opinion. The inspi­
of bluff and contend for the other takes in his legislative career to own wheat or storing it on his own following resolutions:
Sarsaparilla and Hood e Olive uiuuneur To­
state
that
he
voted
against
a
bill
re
­
W hereas . The proposed duty of day we are happy to say that Burtrou is now
premises, but hauls it immediately
fifth.
ration will come to you when once you see the mar­
ducing the rate of interest on judg­ after harvest to the warehouse where twenty per cent ad valorem duty OU
Entirely Well.
ments and overdue accouuts to 6 per
imported hops, as recommended in The sores have all disappeared and hie hair Is
velous array of matchless textile hashing like a sea
O ne of the favorite deceptions of cent and tbe legal contract rate of it is cleaued and stored, receiving
growing nicely. He has only taken one bottle
the
United
States
senate
is
totally
I
ot Hood’s Sarsaparilla and used one box ul
the democratic press and democratic interest to 8 per cent, but it would his negotiable warehouse receipt. It
of golden grain. Wafted by a gentle zephyr from
inadequate to protect the hop grow­
L
would
be
too
expensive
otherwise.
orators, is the claim that protection be a mistake for any party to put up
ers of the Pacific coast, therefore be
steamship to Custom house, thence to the railway,
;
does nothing for the fanner. They such a record, depending upon a Cooperation in California is carried
it
Ointment. We can now lecummehd Hood’s Sar­
on
in
a
similar
manner.
The
method
say that the duty of 25cents a bushel fusion with the populists to elect
they arrive at
Resolved, That we favor a duty of saparilla to others, and truthfully say it has
there is to form a stock company,
0
on wheat and 15 cents a bushel on their candidate.
worked wonders In our little bey's case X nave
15
cents
per
pound
on
all
foreign
limited, composed of the growers
also beeu taking Hood’s Sarsaparilla tor ludiges
<>ats, and other items in like propor­
hops as fixed by the McKinley bill, tlon aud liver trouble and am improving rlghi
who
have
fruit
to
sell.
The
neces
­
tion imposed by the McKinley act,
along ” D avid A. K ing , Harveyvillo, Kansas
OKEGO.N NEWS ANI» NOTES.
sary outlay for the warehouse and and would respectfull}' urge senators
does not help the farmer any, because
Hood’s Pills are prompt and efficient yet
machinery is raised by the subscrib to secure a continuation of the same easy
la action. Sold by ail druggists. 26c.
the foreign market governs the price
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Dallas held her city election on ers, which investment draws 8 per
of what the farmer has to sell, and Monday. It was a victory for the
NEWS OF THE WEEK.
cent per annum guaranteed. This
the tariff on farm products is only “anti waterworks” faction.
BOSTON BABIES.
Prince Bismarck, of Germany,
eight per cent is provided for in the
a device to fool him and capture his
Tbe Heirs ot the Wealthy as They Appear -
John Long has retired from the same manner as the running expen­ was 81 years old on the 1st.
vote. If that is so, then why were
ou Commonwealth Avenue.
editorship
of
the
Oregon
Populist. Tt ses of the company, by charges for
J. A. Mundy was appointed on the
The Commonwealth avenue baby is a
the democrats in congress not more
is said that C. II. Dalrymple will storing, grading, shipping and sell­ 2d receiver of public moneys at Van­ pattern of propriety, a paragon of excel
honest in framing the Wilson bill ?
lencc, a thing of beauty anil a joy forever.
succeed him as editor.
ing fruit. Only sufficient is charged couver.
Why did they not put wheat and all
Its papa does not walk the fluor with it at.
George S. Halsey, congressman I night, and its mother does not drag it
April will be a convention month for this work to pay the actual run
other farm products, including live
through the shopping district by day. A
Tillamook republicans held their
stock, meats, dairy products, hay, in Salem. There will be the con ning expenses, manager’s salary, from the sixth New Jersey district.! whole freight car of infant food and hobby
etc.,
and
the
eight
per
cent
guaran
­
died
in
Brooklyn
on
the
1st.
horses is at the command of its pleasure, county convention on the 31st of
vegetables, etc., on the free list, and gressional, go<xl roads, horticultural
teed on original investment. Their
The Kansas wheat crop is again i aud copies of Browning are within easy March. The following nominations
thus strike down this alleged fraud and Sunday school conventions.
When it grows up, it can join the
experience is the chart by which we reported endangered by dry weather i reach
For joint representa­
and deception ? Instead the Wilson
Algonquin club or marry a man able to were made:
The Corvallis carriage factory re­ steer.
Three-fourths of the crop is reported | provide a beautiful home and Parisian tive for Tillamook and Yamhill coun
bill places a duty of 20 per cent, ad- sumed business last week. The stock-
modes
The grower hauls bis fruit to the in bad condition.
ties, J. W. Morton: county judge, G.
valorem on wheat, about nine cents on hand will be worked up at once,
Attention, therefore, that the Common
warehouse
where
it
is
sorted,
graded,
Governor
Northern,
of
Georgia,
a bushel at present prices, and the and three salesmen Will be put on
wealth avenue baby may be studied both W. Sappington; clerk J. II. Mills;
packed and either stored or sold ami has appointed Patrick Walsh editor on Its native heath and apart from its dai sheriff, J. H. Jackson, commission­
same rate on oats, about four cents a the road.
environment; that it may be compared
shipped.
Occasional bulletins are of the Augusta Chronicle, senator to iy
bushel, and reduces the schedule
with other babies aud its status In public ers, P. Harvey and L B. Alley;
Hillsboro has a new’ paper—-the issued during the season, keeping succeed Colquitt. The place was de­ life definitely determined; that it may treasurer, John Barker; assessor, A.
from one-half to two thirds on nearly
kuow the great interest taken in Its wel White; surveyor, A. M. Auston:
every article of farm products that Argus. It says it has no politics, the members well posted on all sub­ clined by Speaker Crisp.
fare by all classes in tlnwcomuiuiiity, that
at
and
that
its
aim
is
to
make
money,
jects
relating
to
the
affairs
of
the
The great standpipe of the Peoria. it may learn to comport itself so us to be school superiuteudent T. B Haud-
would coiue in competition with the
but
there,
are
visible
earmarks
of
a
model
of
elegance
for
all
the
world
—
the
c
ompany,
the
condition
of
fruit
crops
Ills.
,
waterworks
burst
on
the
30th,
lev.
products of British America iu the
Beau Brummel of all in
Portland Prices.
at home and abroad, market quota­ flooding the vicinity with four feet of cosmopolitan
local markets, that happen to be populism about it.
fants.
tions,
etc.
water.
The
tank
contained
a
mil
­
Commonwealth
avenue
from
the
Public
located on this side of the boundary
Au Airlie man sat up all night by
SOMETHING UNVSUAL,
The affairs of the company are lion and a half gallons.
Four per­ garden to West Chester park is nine-tenths
line. If a tariff on farm products is his hog pasture with a shotgun to
Come and See Us
of a mile in length, in this stretch of
V
tts a medicine, is
Dr. Pierce’s Golden
ward Il’s best territory the baby is push
a device to fool the farmers and get shoot the thief who had made away under tbe supervision of the board of sons were injured aud will die.
Medical Discovery.
iu its perambulator. Beyond West Ches
At the Kansas city municipal elec­ ed
their votes, the democracy stauds with ten of his nicest pigs
When directors, who employ a manager at
And, because ot
ter park the avenue swings out into a love
that,
there’s some­
a
fixed
moderate
salary,
build
or
I
tion on the 3d. the A. P. A. and the ly country, through which the baby is
convicted of parsimoniousness to­ the robber came he shot it for a coy­
thing unusual in
———
rent
warehouses,
fix
the
charges
for
'
drawn
iu
a
carriage
This
article
deals
Catholics came together in a riot.
the way ot selling
wards the agricultural classes in the ote, but found that it was one of his
only with those Commonwealth avenue
it.
Wuare every
storing,
grading,
packing,
market
It
was
the
culmination
of
bad
feeling
«■sehauge of commodities. But every dogs.
babies that are pushed.
other medicine of
ing, etc.
S. WILSON.
W. G. HENDERSON.
its kind only prom­
between the elements tbe day before.
If the casual visitor to Boston reaches
intelligent farmer knows better
The 1‘Oregon Reports, 23,” better
ises, this is ffuaran-
It is quite evident that in order to More than 200 shots were exchanged, the avenue at 2 o’clock on a mild, sun­
There is no locality or seasou iu
teed.
If it ever
shiny afternoon, he will find the side- j
known as the Twenty-third Oregon
to benefit or cute, you have your money
succeed there should be united ac­ resulting in the death of three and walks and the promenades iu the park dot­ fails
which the advantage of the home
back
is out The book covers 668 pages
ted
with
baby
carriages.
The
street
is
240
It’s the only guaranteed remedy for every
tion on the part of a sufficient num­ the wounding of a few others.
market is not felt by the farmer in
and contaius reports decided iu the
feet wide from house to Louse, or 2oo feet , disease caused by a disordered liter or im­
ber. The larger the amount of fruit
some product of his acres. To part
pure
blood.
Dyspepsia, biliousness, the
Municipal
elections
were
held
in
a
from
curb
to
curb.
Fully
one-quarter
of
|
Oregon supreme court between Oc­
stubborn Skin, Scalp and Scrofuluus
handled the lower will be the char­ number of states on lhe 2d, general­ this is available for promenade. This gives most
with this advantage or diminish it
(Third Street, between E and F.)
affections, even Consumption ; or Lung
tober 5, 1392, aud April 4, 1893. The
area of 240,000 square feet available to scrofula
for the beuetit of the British American work was compiled by Robert G ges or commission, for the expenses ly resulting in favor of the republi­ au
) in its eat lies stages," ail are cured
be dotted by baby carriages, if the babies by it.
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
farmer, is the intent and purpose of Morrow, the court reporter. There will thus be divided among a greater cans. Jn Ohio and Connecticut, travel 10 feet apart, which is a fair esti­ It purifies and enriches the blood, rouses
number. Bear in mirnl no one is to where national issues were promi­ mate, the size of each dot will be 100 square every organ into healthful action, and re­
democratic tinkering with the tariff. are 207 decisions.
This will allow for tbe presence of stores strength find vigor. In building up
be enriched, only actual running ex­ nent, the republicans made enor­ feet.
both flesh and strength of pale, puny, Scrof­
2,400 babies.
In Coos county it is said the re­ penses and eight per cent on the mous gains, ciy rying towns that had
Think of itl Twenty four hundred iu ulous children, or to invigorate and brace
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
The Price ot Protected Sugar.
fants out for au afternoon’s airing! Tweu up the system after “Grippe,” pneumonia, Travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
and other prostrating acute diseases
Twenty reciprocity agreements publicans and democrats have united original investment is to be charged gone democratic for years.
Michi­ ty-four hundred pairs of tiny feet. 2 400 fevers,
nothing cun eaual the ”Discovery.”
will be abaudoned for the sake of their forces aud arrayed them against for.
gan shows almost universal republi­ pairs ot blight eyes, 2,400 frocks with ap
i ou pay only for the good you get.
monograms, 2,400 little mouths
protecting the Louisiana planters. the populists. All political differ­ Each fruit district should have a can success. In Kansas local issues propriate
li»piug“Thank you” and “I beg pardon.”
Under these agreements American ences are laid aside and they will local company with its central predominated. Caldwell, republican, 2,400 nursegirls at a weekly salary of 84,
fight
together
on
business
principles.
warehouse.
In western Oregon for mayor of Cincinnati, received a total 80,600. Can New York or Philadel­
pork, farm produce, machinery, and
phia or Chicago produce Commonwealth
manufactures have been entering They have tried the populists, and there should be, perhaps, one such plurality of 6,752 votes.
avenue’s equal in this respect? No; there
found
them
wanting
on
business
company
and
warehouse
in
each
The jury in the case of Laidlaw vs. is nothing like it anywhere.
Germany, the West Indies, Brazil
Figures may lie, aud circumstances may
aud Central America on a favored principles, aud unitedly will endeav­ county. These should be in com­ Sage, for $50,000 damages, has ren­ alter
the number and position of the dots, |
or
to
again
restore
to
the
county
a
munication
through
their
secretaries.
dered a verdict for the plaintiff for but the fact remains that a sunny day I
basis. An impulse has been impart­
They could, in case of green fruit, $25.000. The case is the result of the brings out infants on the great Back Bay j
11
7c
ed to the export trade which has decent business administration.
avenue in a way to beat all records. The
make
up
a
train
together,
and
even
Norcross
bomb
explosion
in
Sage
’
s
been highly beneficial to the produc­ The ninth annual convention of
procession from West. Chester park to Ar­
tive interests of the United States. the Oregon State Sunday School As­ dried fruit would soon be sent in office a couple of years ago, when lington street is wide ar 1 continuous The
from other cities is uppalled
All the advantages of less restricted sociation will be held in the first M. that manner, the cars all meeting at Laidlaw’ claims Sage used him as a investigator
by the exhibit. All doubts as to the pro I
Portland
and
there
be
made
up
into
shield to save himself from the mis­ ductiveness of tbe Baek Buy family are set!
intercourse between the United E- church, in Salem, opening Wed-
I was informed by Mr. siles, and that he received perma­ at rest. The future custodians ot ward
States and the sugar and coffee i nesday, May 2d, and closing Friday, a train.
Il’s 8146,480,500 worth of property are al­
countries of Europe and tropical the 4th, at noon. This is a mass Bonnie, the dried fruit buyer for nent injuries thereby. The court ready on the ground. The cruel slander
America are to be abandoned. A convention. Every person interest­ Sprague, Warner & Co., that he denied the motion for a new trial, that the modern rich American family has
no children here meets an emphatic refuta­
splendid opportunity for enlarging ed in Sunday school work is cordially made an offer last fall on 15 car but granted a stay of execution for tion.
—Boston Herald.
loads
of
prunes.
No
one
district
40 days.
An appeal will be taken
the export trade is to be renounced. invited. Every- school in the state
Tbe Engineer’s Day.
The agricultural interests of Germa­ is urged to send as many delegates would be able this season to supply by Sage's lawyer.
Where there are no regular runs and the
ny, which are menaced by the new as possible. The presence of Mr. such a quantity, but by a coopera­ South Carolina has been on the
men run “first iu first out,” It in almost
reciprocity treaty with Russia, are Wm. Reynolds, international field tive system it could he dore several verge of a war over whisky the impossible to always have just work
CEL IN ALL THINGS IS OUR MOTTO.
past week. At Florence, Darling­ enough to go around. The men are as
to be compensated by increased pro­ - superintendent, will add much to times over.
PER1ENCE HAS BEEN OUR TEACHER.
much
to
blame
as
the
management
for
the
The
Fruit
Growers
’
Convention
in
ton, and other places, the state li­
TRAORl’iNARY BARGAINS FOR CASH
tection against American pork and the value of the meetings. The
overwork
of
engineers.
They
are
paid
on
AMINE OUR SPLENDID STIM1K.
grain. Spain is to regain control of names of all persons expecting to be Spokane last February, you well quor dispensaries, established by the mountain roads $4 p«r day. Bars are not
know,
organized
the
Northwest
Fruit
measured
by
hours,
but
by
miles
Forty
Tillman law, were blown up with
the markets of Cuba. English man­ present and desiring entertainment
ERCISE A GOOD JUDGMENT; CALL EARLY.
four mountain or 85 valley miles is a day
ufactures are to be lightly taxed in 1 should be sent to W. W. Brooks, Sa­ Growers’ association, whose princi­ powder and smashed with axes and on freight. On passenger service 105 val
-Itis the new shortening
PECTING A SHARE OF Y’OUR TRADE
the British West Indies, while lem not later than April 23d. Dele­ pal business will be to gather infor­ clubs. Gov. Tillman ordered vari­ ley miles is a day’s work. The point be
taking the place of lard
valley and mountain mileage is
We remain for Bargam.. Yours Truly,
Americau food products are heavily gates buying full fare tickets to Sa­ mation concerning markets, freights, ous detachments of state troops to tween
-or cooking butter, or
passed when the grade exceeds 200 feet to
etc.
They
recommended
that
each
restore order and capture the insur­ the mile. Men have made 60 days in a
taxed there. The British manufac­ lem will receive certificates at the
.both. Costs less, goes
turer is not to be molested in Brt .'il. convention entitling them to r&urn district organize with a view to co­ rectionists, but met with absolute month on these mountains, and they have
WALLACE Ä WALKER,
farther, and is easily
earned
the
$240,
but
they
should
not
have
All the gains made for American trip tickets at one-third fare over operative action in fruit shipping. refusal from many’ of them. Two of been allowed to do it
Wr ight Block, McMinnville.
digested by anyone.
Troops
Ono young man, Hyatt by name, used
trade under the reciprocity policy Southern Pacific lines. The Oregon The system I have outlined is in line his spies w-ere found dead.
AT ALL GROCERS.
to
threaten
to
put
himself
into
a
receiver
s
are to be squandered.
Pacific railway will also make special with this recommendation, and such were on duty during the investiga­ hands when he made less than 40 days a
Why are these stupendous acts of rate of one and a half fares for round a cooperative company would be pre­ tion and inquest. The governor de­ mouth. Fifty days was fair business, but
Refuse All Substitutes.
pared to reap any benefit to be de­ clares his purpose to insist on the 60 suited him better. He kept it up fui
folly to be committed9 For naught trip.
three years, collapsed and had to be bur
rived
from
the
information
that
as
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enforcement of the law.
save the protection of Louisiana
Made only by
ried out of the country. Idon l know that
planters, whose two representatives
E lections were held in several sociation may gather and distribute
he ever wholly recovered. He was a fine
N. K. FAIRBANK & CO.,
Mrs. Wade, of Salem, 90 years old, fellow physically, sober and strong, or he
There area number of other points
in the senate refuse to vote for the hundred towns and cities throughout
ST. LOUIS and
would have collapsed sooner. I am afraid
has
just
finished
a
nice
crazy-quilt.
CHICAGO, NEW YORK,
Wilson bill unless all the reciprocity the country this week. So far as in favor of this movement which I
the older engineers are a little selfish
BOSTON.
conventions are abrogated. Was heard from the democrats have car­ can but speak of. The company’s She made it all herself and without When the management proposes to employ-
more
men
or
promote
some
firemen,
there
glasses.
It
will
be
presented
to
the
warehouse
would
be
the
depot
for
there ever so rank a bit of sectional ried Providence, R I.
McKinley
is usually a protest from the older run­
supplies, such as boxes, crates, bags. Women’s Relief Corps.
legislation?—A*. F. Tritrune.
got the rest.
ners.—McClure’s
Yamhill County Reporter.
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Enterprise.
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