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rue OT'TLOOK K>» HOPS.
individuals. They arise from condi
tions of great magnitude and public !
Our hop growers, like our wheat [
The greatest fact that
F. M. BIKMHKT, Editor A Propr concern.
growers, have not made any money Cannot be permanently cured by the us*
confronts the people of this country
opiates and sedative compounds. It ia
Time to cover Fall and
J. fc. ECK M AM, ¿«»ertale Editor.
in the past two seasons owing to an of
too deeply seated. It is caused by an
at present is the prostration of in
over-production of the
article impoverished condition of the blood,
dustries and a bankrupt treasury throughout the world, and only by a
have al Iasi been reached
upon which the nerves depend for suste
Subscription $1.00 Per Year.
following the elevation to power of a decrease of acreage will prices ever nance. This is the true and only natural
party hostile to protection and in be restored. While the Pacific coast, explanation for nervousness. Purify, en
advertising rates .
rich and vitalize the blood with
Reading notice* In local column* 10 cent» per capable of legislation “for revenue
and more especially California, is
Hue for fir-t week and 5 cents per line thereafter.
Display advertisements annual rates, one inch
famed for the qualitv of its hops, our
per month 11: each additional inch 50 cents per
farmers, unmindful of the conse
Obituary an<l marriage notices not exceeding
10 line* published free. If furnished in time to condition and restoring prosperity to quences, have rushed into the hop
bi carrent news. Additional matter 10 cent* per the country, and that lies in return
raising industry with their eyes shut,
ing to full power the republican and instead of farming from 10 to 20
party, under whose guidance the acres each, which is as much as any and nervousness will disappear. Hood's
FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, 1895.
country enjoyed unparalleled pros- j one farmer ought to farm in hops, Sarsaparilla will give vitality to the blood
E are Stoving it along. We are not Stove
His Fall and Winter stock is now complete
will send it coursing through th«
perity for more than thirty years. : they haye set out yards from 100 to and
veins and arteries charged with the life
Up, either. On the contrary, we are as
in every line.
I t was snowing at Ogden, Utah, The people can turn to it in conti- j 200 acres each,and the natural result giving, strength building qualities which
on our feet selling
make strong nerves. If you are nervous,
on the 20th, and in many parts of dence as a party that has kept its is over-production. The increase in try Hood’s Sarsaparilla and find the same
Nebraska the mercury climbed to every pledge and promise in the acreage has been so rapid on the relief of which hundreds of people are tel
Iu Dress Goods he excels all others in quantity
ling in their published testimonials. Get
past and fully competent to meet Pacific coast that we now raise more
105 in the shade on the same date.
quality and finish.
the urgent requirement of the time. hops on the coast alone than are Hood’s only Hood’s
as a hazel-eyed hoss in a pasture. If you want a <
T he Methodist conferences held at If the tariff issue is dead it is because consumed in the entire United States. Because Hood’s Sarsaparilla is the only
Cook Stove try one of our Garland Ranges.
Valparaiso, Ind., and Ottumwa, the democratic party and the popu In 1894 the crop in Europe and True Blood Purifier prominently in the
public eye today.
by all druggists.
cotton, wool and Jersey ribbed. Noted for quality,
are right in the STOVE SWIM. They are cheaper 4
Iowa, last week, voted to receive list side show are dead and buried America was a good one, and it was
beyond hope or fear of resurrection. impossible to sell hops on the Pacific Hood’s Pilis L"
women into the conferences.
elasticity and durability.
and better, and will cook to the letter better than any
other STOVE in the market. If you don’t believe
coast at over 4 to 7 cents per pound,
I t was probably an oversight of
Swept by a Cyclone
it, come in and price them.
and a great number of growers have
HOSIERY. The latest productions in
the framers of the state constitution
of approbation to the pinnacle of popu
Sentiment is growing powerfully
that no clause was inserted requiring
which they cannot obtain over 2 larity, Hostetter’s Stomach Bitters has
Leaders in Sloven. McMinnville.
the Willamette river to be located at in favor of recognizing Cuban bellig
cents per pound. As it costs from 8 acquired a commanding position, which
Salem, and now the pesky thing is erency, and the next congress will
has occasionally made it a bright and
to 10 cents per pound to cultivate
BOOTS 8c SHOES. We have
shining mark for knaves, who seek to
threatening to cut crosslots through be brought face to face with the
and harvest hops, it can be readily foist upon the community spurious com
stock and variety to select from.
Polk county and leave the capital
seen that this state of affairs cannot pounds in the guise akin to that of the
city as dry as a Columbia river fish pulpit and the utterances of many
Why this continue forever, and in the mean real article. These are mostly local bit
HATS & CAPS. With all due def
government should withhold its time some growers will be compelled ters or tonics of great impurity, and, of
to what others tell, we carry a few.
H aving increased its profits in moral support from a country of
The English farmer and New York ware of them and get the genuine Bit
the street railway business by re-
state grower appreciate that there is ters. a real remedy for malaria, rheuma
(Third Street, between E and F.)
ducing fares to a penny, Glasgow despotic yoke of Spain, is a problem
Headquarters for Blankets, Quilts, Lace Cur
an over-abundance of hops grown, tism, kidney trouble, dyspepsia, ner
has decided to erect several hundred that no one will essay to answer.
vousness, constipation and biliousness.
tains, Ribbons and Notions.
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
electrical clocks at prominent street Its barbarous treatment of Cuban and that they cannot compete with Physicians of eminence everywhere com
mend the great invigorant, both for its
corners to furnish the correct time subjects has fallen little short of the
S. WIUSOJM, manager.
who does not have to fertilize hissoil, remedial properties and its purity. A
from a central station. The Scotch atrocities of the Turks in Armenia,
Mackintoshes, Oil Clothing, Rubber Goods,
wineglass thrice a day will soon bring
city bolds a good lead at present in that have aroused the indignation
Men’s, Boy’s and Youth’s Clothing and Staple Groc
not only of our own country but of notwithstanding the difference in vigor and regularity to a disordered and
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or mouth. Commercial
always kept in stock.
the civilized world, and it is time to freight our growers can land hops enfeebled system.
Travelers Conveyed to all pointe at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
T homas C. W illiams , who claims consider whether our policy ought to cheaper in the London market than
State Supt. G. M. Irwin was mar
to be the oldest Odd Fellow in the stop short with bare acknowledge the English farmer. As it is now a ried on the 24th to Lillian M. Callison
Cotton aud Woolen Yarns, all piece goods, and
world, has been adjudged insane and ment of belligerent rights, or whether
Peacock Carpet Warp found here.
sent to the asylum. Some time ago we ought not to go to the extent that the English, and possibly the New
Lake county has a population of
there was a controversy in the news is proposed with Turkey, of demand York state grower, may have to
under the census of this year.
papers as to who was the oldest Odd ing and enforcing such reforms as
Fellow. Williams, who is 83 years will bring peace to the long abused is possible that the next few years That of Linn is 18,006.
WM. LAMBERT, PROPRIETOR.
old, was decided to be entitled to the and unhappy island. Humanity has may see a decided decrease in the
The Portland industrial exposition
honor. He took a great interest in claims which appeal strongly to the English acreage. In the meantime opens Oct. 5th. Articles of exhibit
Always up to the times.
The Newest and Latest are now on display.
the contest and his mind became United States in this connection. low prices are staring our farmers in should be forwarded before that date.
by introduction of the
All work Guaranteed.
In a certain degree civilized nations the face, and to avoid accumulation
most modern machin
Prices always reasonable.
are their brothers’ keepers. Eng of old stock and certain loss the wise
Sole agents in this county for the celebrated
A firbt - class dairy is being con land, France and Russia are going farmer will not pick his crop this agricultural college is 198, an in
Butterick Patterns. Showing the latest mode in
structed at the state agricultural to interfere to prevent a renewal of season. At this writing all indica crease of from 75 to 80 per cent over
Family Work a Specialty.
the style and the material. Used everywhere.
college. It will be in charge of Fred the Armenian atrocities by Turkey.
L. Kent, late of the Iowa agricultural The Turkey of western Europe is for this year’s crop, and as this time last year.
college. To make this department Spain. There is another reason that price is below the cost of production
PRICES. We don’t claim to be cheapest,
of the greatest practical value to the would justify the United States in there is nothing to be gained by a
buy only from houses whose reputation stands
state, a special course in dairying making vigorous remonstrance, farmer picking his crop. By allow
should be established, covering a backed up if need be by force—the ing it to remain unpicked on the
make no claims of giving something for nothing, but
period of a few weeks only, and interests of American citizens in the vines he will prevent another glut in
claim to give every buyer the best value possible
farmers and dairymen, their wives island. Thousands of citizens of the
money. Our efforts are to succeed and
and daughters, induced to take it up. United States reside in Cuba, aud
by fair, honest dealing. We chal
this number is constantly and rapid
T here is a constitutional amend ly increasing.
investigation of all.
The trade of the
ment pending in Louisiana, which United States with Cuba is far great but put the hop market in a more
The public is cordially invited to call and inspect the many
imposes an educational requirement er than that of any other country. healthy condition for the future.—
Seasonable Attractions and Novelties.
in the matter of the suffrage. Its The United States sells as much to California Fruit Grower.
object of course, is to disfranchise Cuba as Spain does, which ranks
The following extract from a letter
The Best, ar gest and Most Up-To«I)ate Lines of
the negroes; but, strangely enough, higher than any other nation in this
a large proportion of the negroes particular, and it buys from Cuba
favor it as a stimulant to education, twelve times as much as Spain. the well-known house of Allen &
while the opposition to it comes These facts give this country a di Lewis, Portland, under date of Sept.
mainly from the white men who ob rect and vital concern in the affairs
growers and we take pleasure in thereby curing constipation,
ject to the taking of the franchises of that island.
from the illiterates of their own
In regard to hops we are inclined dyspepsia, biliousness, dispo
OHEGO.N NEWS AND NOTES.
to the opinion that choice hops will
sell in the neighborhood of eight
I t is becoming evident that Great
The grand jury has been investi cents, and inferior hops will probably sition to sick headache and
Britain is trying to grab a lot of gating the little disturbance between be dull sale at a lower price. The
Large Line of Men’s, Ladies’ and Boys’ Mackintoshes
kindred ailments, take
Of the approaching winter is that Hodson has
American territory in Alaska. The the two Portland doctors and has outlook is more encouraging now
than it has been, for the reason that
official maps just issued by the returned an indictment against Dr. it
put in stock a fine lot of Heating Stoves. They will
is the general opinion that there
provincial government of British Ausplund for assaulting Dr. Holmes will be a short crop in England and
be sold cheaply.
Columbia show that a wide area of with a dangerous weapon.
also in New York state, and this
In Great Variety of Styles and Price. Complete Lines
territory containing valuable seaport
The committee on program has ar will no doubt influence prices for
sites, which has always been con ranged the following special days for
we can hear of no transactions being
sidered undisputed American terri the state fair: 25th, pioneers’ day; made at this time, we think buyers
This is the hunting season. As a result Hodson
These goods were bought early for spot cash, and we are
tory, is now claimed by Great Britain. 26th, farmers and horticulturists; and sellers are both waiting the out
has a large supply of ammunition of the very best
Again is the need of a vigorous 27th, press day; 28tb, native sons come and there will not be much
aud willing to give customers the advantage of better
quality. It will pay you to buy of him.
foreign policy by our government and daughters; 29th, special religious business transacted until after the
than they can obtain elsewhere. Quick sales and small
crop is taken care of. You should
services; 30th, Salem day; Oct. 1st, be very careful in buying to know
profits will be our motto.
ladies’ day; 2d, eastern Oregon; 3d, that they are choice before purchas
T he California Fruit Grower issued southern Oregon; 4th, Portland day. ing. We are glad to hear that there
P. s. Our store will be closed Thursday, Sept. 19th, aud
The best plow for the least money is what is de
has been no serious damage done to
its annual review and harvest edition
After all it turns out to have been to the crop in .your section, we how ONCE USED, ALWAYS IN FAVOR.
Saturday, Sept. 28th, until 6p. ni.
sired; as a result Hodson has just such a plow.
on the 21st. It contains 6-1 pages of.
a little joke among the preachers of ever, anticipate that there will be a
matter valuable to wide awake fruit
One a Duse.
AU Medicine Dealer*.
the Puget Sound conference. Bishop great many crops in Oregon that
growers and shippers, including the
O. O. HODSON.
Bowman said to a reporter when will not be gathered.
advertisements, which keep the
THE NEW RACKET STORE.
asked about the matter: “As I re The assurance of getting some
reader posted in everything that is
call the incident you refer to, it was thing for the crop, if only barely
up to date and useful in his calling.
W. L. WARREN
thus. A brother, in making a report enough to pay the expenses of pick
The C. F. G. is one of the most val
on finances, remarked that he was
ued publications that visit us weekly.
unable to make a favorable showing, aged growers, and we hear of some
"We frequently make extracts from
owing to the fact, as he rather jocu who resolved not to pick their hops
its ably-edited columns and consider
larly put it, that God had sent a having changed their minds. Six
it high authority.
OFFICE IN WRIGHT S NEW BLOCK
curse upon the hop business, and cents appears to be the current
Of a Carload of
the accustomed sources of donations
T he last democratic platform
thereby failed. I inquired how fayette, a leading grower, stated
pledged the party to wipe out all
had been cursed, and some yesterday that he had received an
protective tariff, and introduce a
that Providence had offer of seven cents from a represent
tariff for revenue only. Wilson un
sent the hop louse to interfere with ative of Lillienthal & Co., of San
dertook to make such legislation, and
did not know his own offspring when the production of beer. Some one
the senate got done riding it. The said ‘amen’ and everybody laughed. vicinity of Salem this week at 5? and
the short route
There was also some applause. The
president promptly called it ’ party
whole matter was considered a joke,
And O. II. A N. Co.-» braced l ine».
TO AU. POINTS IN
Organs from $40 upward. Pianos 30 per cent, less
perfidy and party dishonor.” Wil
and was given no further thought.'
son now doesn’t father it, and the
Last August while working in the har
“That the New Racket Store is selling
Washington, Idaho, Montana, Dakota,
great organs which are pointing to
vest field I became overheated, was sud good goods very cheap. I have just come
agents and other dealers. Every instrument fully guar
Minnesota and the East.
denly attacked with cramps and was from there. They have organized a new
“prosperity'’ as due to “the wisdom
anteed. Come and examine them.
of democratic tariff reform" make a H. H. Campbell has been on the sick
partnership. It is now II. Mills & Son,
Through Tickets On Sale} CHICAGO
sickly show when paralleled with list for the past two weeks, and E. E. gist, gave me a dose of Chamberlain’s but if anything 1 believe they are selling Brick Store, Third St.
To and From ...
what they said of the law when be Miller has been filling his place on the Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy goods cheaper than ever.”
And All Points in the United States, Canada and Europe.
which completely relieved me. I now
fore the senate. Every word said in section.
keep a bottle of the remedy handy.—A.
favor of this law shows the gross H. Belat has moved into town and is M. Bunnell, Centerville, Wash. For
dishonesty of the campaign of 1892. making preparations to start the cider sale by S. Ho worth & Co., druggists.
The GREAT NORTHERN RY. is a new transcontinental line. Runs Buff
All kinds of Fine,
D. A. SMITH'S AU kinds of Watches. Clocks
Yamhill County Reporter.
1 he place at Apperson s
R. M. WADE & CO.
C ity S tables ,
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FALL AND WINTER WRAPS
NEW FALL STOCK ,MS
A. J. AT1’ERH( )\
CLOTHING and DRY GOODS
SHOES and HATS
Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishing Goods
Real Estate and Loan Agent
FARMS FOR SALE
Organs and Piano
P eople and newspapers who are
saying that the tariff is a dead issue,
or that it will not be a leading factor
in the campaign of 1896, either do
not know what they are talking
about or else are trying to disguise
what they actually think.
would rather fight the battle on al
most any other line. There is only
one way in which the tariff issue can
be eliminated from politics. When
the democrats and populists come to
the conclusion that an American
policy is the thing for this country,
and adopt resolutions in their nation
al conventions abrogating their
former policy and declaring in good
faith for protection to American in
dustry, then and not till then will
the tariff cease to be an issue. Po
litical issues are not. as some people
suppose, made to order and shaped
to suit the convenience of parties or
and jelly factory. He has full control,
having bought out his partner, Simon
C L. Cox made a business trip to Per
K. Phillips, Jr., and Geo. Matthes
have purchased a new hop baler, and are
kept busy baling hops in this vicinity.
Rev. Good occupied the pulpit at the
church here Sunday last.
Hop picking is progressing nicely, and
if the good weather continues most of the
yards around here will finish picking
Mr. G. A. Epperly went with a load
of flour to Amity Monday.
Mr. Henry Steger, who haa been
working for Mr. Wacker as butcher, left
for Portland last Monday.
L. G. Drown, who has been visiting
friends here the past week, left for his
home in Portland last Sunday.
Rev. F. A. Krause preached to a
large audience in Mr. Lamson’s hop
Rev. Graff preached his farewell ser
mon last Sunday night.
Prof. C. C. Linden tried his hand in
Hours’ hop yard last week, and proved to
be a good picker. But It made him fear
Prof. Chas. Magers accompauied by
his bride were visiting friends here last
Mr». 8. A. Kell, of Pomona, Cal., had
the bad luck to 6prain her ankle. “I
tried several liniments,” she says, but
was not cured until I used Chamberlain’s
Pain Balm. That remedy cured me and
I take pleasure in recommending it aud
testifying to its efficacy.” This medi
cine is also of great value for rheuma
tism, lame back, pains in the chest,
A girl baby was born to the wife of
and all deep-seated and muscular pains.
For sale by 8. Howorth & Co., druggists. Mrs. Fred Nelson on the 19th inst.
To get a good^clock for little money is
presented to you now. Until the 1st of
October I will offer my stock of eigbt-day
clocks at a great reduction, to make room
for my large fall stock on the way. Every
clock guaranteed. Come early if you
want a good selection.
Wm. F. Dielschneider.
Two Doors Below P. O.
old Watches re
paired and made
to run as good
as new at
and Jewelry for aaleat
hard times prices.
Jemelry Store * * *
Children, especially infants, are soon
run down with cholera infantum or
“summer complaint.’’ Don’t wait to de
termine, but give DeWitt’s Colic and
Cholera Cure promptly, you can rely on
it. Use no ther. Kogers Bros.
Notice to Taxpayer*.
Notice is hereby given that all taxes of
Yamhill county, Oregon, for the year
1894, which are not paid ou or before
September 30th, 1895, will be declared
delinquent, and the usual penalty and
costs of collection will be added on all
taxes of said county for said year of 1894
remaining unpaid October 1st, 1895.
By order of the county court. 37-4
W. G. H enderson ,
Sheriff of Yamhill County, Or.
The New Way East
et-Library-Observation cars, palace sleeping and dining cars, family tourist sleep
ere and first and second-class coaches. Having a rock ballast track, the GREAT
NORTHERN RY. is free from dust, one of the chief annoyances of transcontinen
tal travel. Round trip tickets with stop-over privileges and choice of return routes.
For iurther information call upon or write
A. H. PAPE, Agent, McMinnville, Oregon.
Or C. C. DONAVAN, General Agent, 122Third St., Portland, Ore.
If you think of coming to the Presby
terian church to hear Hirota, the Japan
ese, lecture, don’t stay away fearing bi»
dialect, that you cannot understand. I
have heard him lecture, and his word»
are spoken plainly.
E lmer E. T hompson .
Dr. Leroy Lewis
M c M innville , ore .
OPENS OCTOBER 5th, 1895
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Special Attractions Every Day.
Reduced Rates on all
I have permanently located here, and Single Admission, age. Children Under la Years ioc . Season Tickets $3.
invite the attention of the public to my
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teeth. Examinations solicited.
For Exhibit Space apply at the Exposition Building to
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