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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 8, 1897)
P rosperity and business activity
began the moment a republican pres
ident and a protective congress were The merry-go-round and the bow ling
F. H. BARNHART, Editor A Propr.
People often wonder why their nerves are
alley have coiue back to town.
Was it mere “luck?”
J. G. ECKMAN, Associate Editor.
so weak; why they get tired so easily;
Choicest and fresheet candies in town
why they start at every alight but
Democratic papers are harping on can always be found at White’s restau
sudden sound; why they do not sleep
Subscription $1.00 Per Year
what the deficit in revenue will be in rant.
naturally; why they have frequent
January. They use their estimates
headaches, indigestion and nervous
now for fear the deficit will disappear churches meets at Dayton next Thursday
Reading notices In local columns 10 cents per before the advance importations are and Friday.
line for first week and 5 cents per line thereafter.
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. The explanation is simple. It is found in
Display advertisements, annual rates, one Inch worked off.
per month $1; each additional inch 50 cents per
that impure blood which is contin
A. Young 011 the morning of the 7lh
ually feeding the nervea upon retuse
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding
T here is something of a contrast
to lines published free, if furnished in time to
iustead ot the elements of strength and
be current news. Additional matter 10 cent* per
between conditions under the Mc Mrs. Emma Fitzhugh of Roseburg is
vigor. In such condition opiate and
nerve compounds simply desden and
Kinley administration and those visiting Mr. and Mrs. L.
do not cure. Hood’s ttarsaparilla feeds
under the Cleveland administration. raised her. Her little son is
FRIDAY, OCT. 8, 18«7,
the nerves pure, rich, red blood; gives
natural sleep, perfect digestion, is the
It is but a short time since President
true remedy for all nervous troublea.
The ladies’ aid society of the C. T.
It is said that in his coming mes Cleveland was selling bonds to bring church has 30 pounds of carpet rags for
sage, President McKinley will recom gold into the treasury, while now the sale at 10 cents a pound. Inquire of Mrs.
mend a substantial increase of the McKinley administration is actually Andy Baker
navy. Probably he agrees with Sec rejecting offers of gold which come to
Mrs. J. C. Cooper has the agency for
retary Long that a strong navy is a it from various parts of the country. America’s largest cloak manufactory.
Call and see samples of cloth and latest
guarantee of peace and pleasant re
Is the One True Blood Purifier. *1 per bottle.
The iron and steel industry is uni styles of finest capes and jackets.
lations with the world.
Prepared only by C I Hood & Co., Lowell, Masi.
versally recognized as a faithful ba There is some talk of the old school
. , r-»*ti cure Liver Ills; easy to
The total mortality in the present rometer of trade, and the activity in Presbyterians organizing a church at this ..
rlOOd S PHIS take, easy to operate. 2fic.
outbreak of yellow fever has not yet that line is telling the story of pres point. A representative of the faith was
reached fifty. No great epidemic ent business conditions. Rolling here last week looking over the field.
A few weeks ago the editor was taken
Just now the demand is for Campers and Hop Pick
seems within the bounds of possibil mills, steel plants, and furnaces gen Ripe strawberries are not common at with a very severe cold that caused him
ity this year. In 1853 and in 1878 erally are actually rushed with present, but Wm. Hemstock exhibited a to be in a most miserable condition. It
few specimens yesterday, and he said was undoubtedly a bad case of la grippe
the disease became established in orders, and what is of great signifi
there was promiee of quite a crop in his and recognizing it as dangerous he took
May, the mortality aggregating 7849 cance is the fact that the enormous
immediate steps to bring about a speedy
in 1853 and 4056 in 1878. The epi demand is perfectly legitimate and
Wednesday evening at the college cure. From the advertisement of Cham
25 to 75c a pair—Good Value.
demic of 1897 will be comparatively without the slightest tinge of spec
chapel, Mr. Joseph H. Kirk of Linn berlain’s Cough Remedy and the many
a small matter.
ulation. Railroads, manufacturers, county, was joined in marriage to Miss good recommendations included therein,
and builders are all busy, and when Maude Grover, President H. L. Board we concluded to make a first trial of the
Bryan’s intimation that wheat next they are busy there is a demand for man officiating. Later in the evening medicine. To say that it was satisfac
year will be down to the price which iron and steel.
At 60c lofi a pair.
the happy couple were serenaded by a tory in its results, isputtiug it very mild
prevailed a few months ago, is, of
large band of college students.
ly, indeed. It acted like magic and the
course, based on the assumption that
Mr. and Mrs. Peter Thomason, on col result was a speedy and permanent cure.
Debs’ recent mild denunciation of
We have no hesitancy in recommending
crop failures such as that of 1897 in
the “torch” and “blood’’ shrieks of lege side, buried their infant son, aged this excellent cough remedy to anyone
five months, last Sunday. Two years
From $2.50 to $8, according to quality and size.
Europe seldom occur two years in
some of the leaders of his social de ago, almost to a day, they sustained a afflicted with a cough or cold in any
succession. That failure, however,
mocracy is creating great fun for the
is only one of the causes of the wheat newspapers. Of course the vaporings like bereavement and the sympathy of form.—The Banner of Liberty, Liberty
advance. The business improvement, of these individuals were merely an the public is deeply touched by their town, Maryland. The 25 and 50 cent
sizes for sale by 8. Howorth & Co.
From 75c to $3.
which increases the consumption of
echo of Debs’ rant in St. Louis a few The Oregonian Wednesday had a pic
wheat in this country, would have weeks ago. Debs, Sovereign, O’Neill
In the case of the state vs Garner in
All Straw Hats at actual cost to close out.
ture of Dr. Littlefield's winter residence
sent the price up even if an average
and the others who threatened to at Skaguay, and also a letter from the circuit court, an attempt was made to
Light weight Overalls at 35c a pair. This is
crop had been harvested in Europe, subvert the government and pull Doctor. We learn fromfflis son Ed that place the crime on a brother of Walter
a broken line, and out of some sizes.
Garner, who made affidavit that he was
though the advance would not have
down the pillars of society, are per the old gentleman is doing finely, being the guilty party. Judge Burnett very
been as great as it is now. There is a
sonally harmless. They are too cow engaged in transportation and general promptly remarked that affiant was a
very strong probability that the busi
ardly to endanger anything, even traffic. Mrs. Littlefield is to join him witness in the trial and made oath that
ness revival will last many years.
Especially adapted to heavy work at, cut prices.
themselves, but their wild howls for soon.
he would tell the whole truth, and after
Consequently a large wheat crop in
H. B. Reed is the all-round fence man wards making an affidavit contrary to
arms and for the overthrow of the
the outside world in 1898 can not
courts and the plutocracy might, in He not only makes and sells the combi his testimony, he could not be believed.
send the price of wheat in this
nation picket and wire fence,but has two
times of excitement, nerve some of
or three styles of all wire fencing, and al Those who believe chronic diarrhoea
country down to the low line around
THESE ARE GOOD BARGAINS
their followers who have more cour so common barbed wire. He is in the
to be incurable should read what Mr. P.
which it oscillated during the greater
age and less cunning to do something fence business, and it will pay you to see E. Grisham of Gaars Mills, La., has to
part of the last four years.
which would get them into trouble. him about anything in that line.
say on the subject, viz: “I have been a
This is the only way in which Debs
While there is a general verdict of sufferer from chronic diarrhoea since the
A good supply of
A project to build a railroad to
has ever been a menace.—Globe-Dem good times throughout the valley, it is war and have tried all kinds of medicines
the gold region of the Klondike hav
the common remark of traveling men, for it. Last fall I found a remedy that
ing Spokane, Washington, for its
who have the best chance for observa effected a cure and that was Chamber
initial point, is being discussed. It
TAKE CAHEOF WINTER APPLES. tion. that no town is showing as much lain’s Colic, Cholera and
is said to be quite feasible, and that
life and business activity as McMinn- Remedy.” This medicine can always
the route can be kept open to travel
be depended upon for colic, cholera
A large number of inquiries are ville, “The beet town in the valley” morbus, dysentery and diarrhoea. It is
during the winter months without
they all declare.
much trouble. If gold production coming from the east about winter Again at its regular meeting Tuesday pleasant to take and never fails to ef
We guarantee our goods and prices to be just
continues, as no doubt it will, a rail apples, and it appears probable that evening, with as much gravity ae if the fect a cure. 25 and 50 cent sizes for sale
road to the Klondike is one of the eastern houses will be represented routine had not already become laugha by S. Howorth & Co.
such as we recoinment them to be. The better the
most probable achievements of the by buyers hereabout the first of No ble from oft repetition, instructions
the stronger the guarantee. Cheap goods can
The choral union met for reorganization
next year or two. This is not all. vember. Of course the freight rate were given by the city council to the Wednesday evening. Dr. Lewis was re
not be guaranteed by any one.
For some years it has been the dream of one cent a pound makes a big hole water and light superintendent to en" elected president, F. E. Rogers vice-
of people gifted with prophetic vision
president, J. G. Eckman secretary, W.
that in the not very distant future a but the probability is that all good, lections with strict impartiality.
T. Macy treasurer, M. U. Gortner assis
continuous line of rail would unite clean winter apples which are pro The city conucil at its meeting Tuesday tant director, Miss Gortner accompanist,
and Mrs. Strong member of executive
New York and Paris, by way of
Behring strait. The long line pene cents per box with higher prices for lows: First ward, judges, H. Rummel,R. committee. An effort will be made to
Nelson, Jos. Hoberg; clerks,U. 8. Booth, secure an instructor from abroad. The
trating the Siberian regions, being fancy fruit.
M. D. L. Rhodes. Second ward, judges, next meeting will be held in the Presby
pushed forward by the enterprising
C. D. Johnson, ThosTurner, J. B. Gard
II I II I "
Czar, was the inspiration of the packing the fruit. All apples in ner; clerks, W. T. Vinton, J. H. Nelson. terian church on the evening of the 20th
thought, and now that railroad build
Third ward, judges, W. J. Laugharv, J.
ing on this continent gets an impulse from the trees. Those which fall to W. Ballinger. A. H. Gaunt; clerks, J.
Dr. Thos. Mark of St. Vincent's hospi
tal, Portland, a graduate of the college
toward the same objective point the ground and all wormy apples, as W. Hobbs, Chas. Griesen.
through the discovery of new gold well as those which are disfigured
Al. Dunn, Chas. Simler and Leo Grace here, and later a graduate in medicine at
fields, the proposition to unite the with scab are to be sorted out. If were before Justice Baxter'seourt in Day Portland, was visiting friends in the city
two hemispheres becomes less chi the orchard is large a packing shed ton Wednesday. They were charged over Sunday.
should be put up in the orchard. with ill-treating a small boy, the offense
merical in appeurance.
Penny tablets at Hembree’s
The boxes are lined with white paper having been committed some weeks ago.
The time is coming, says the Ore and the apples packed in tiers- four A small boy who had been left to watch
gon Agriculturist, when a bare sum tiers or five, according to the size of a fence gap, was seized, stripped of his
raiment and tantalized in such a man
mer fallow will be hard to find in the the fruit, and all apples in one box
ner as overgrown youth could devise for
Willamette valley. In place of bare
its own amusement. By some kind of a
Most people would rather trade where they
ground there will be tine fields of corn ble. The packers must leave out all compromise, we understand, Grace plead
they will get a good article at the lowest
which will be saved for feeding pur imperfect, wormy or scabby speci guilty and paid a fine of $5 and costs,
figure, and one which when delivered at
poses in silos. It is a common thing
amounting to about »15 more, Deputy
is ready to use, is just what it was
iu the Willamette valley and else
Prosecuting Attorney Talmage appeared
The mystery of woman
to be when sold, is full weight and
where in western Oregon to secure
hood is full of deep
full measure, rather than to have a lingering
from twelve to fifteen tons of corn —Rural Northwest.
Why should women be
silage per acre, or enough to feed two
conviction that you need a house scales, an
compelled to suffer sim
because they are wo
cows every day for a year. No other Hrware ol Ointments tor Catarrh
microscope, or a blue room in which
Eleanor, beloved daughter of Mr. and men ? Why is it that the
Thai <o<.1alu Merrury,
method has been found by which the
source of their highest joys is at the same
and swear in order to get even
As mercury will surely destroy the
the cause of their greatest wretched
value of a crop of corn can be so fully sense of smell and completely derange Wapato station, Yamhill county, Oregon, time
with your grocer.
ness ? The very attributes which make it
obtained as by making it into silage the whole system when entering it Sept. 29, 1897, at 3 o’clock p. ni.,of lung possible for women to be happy wives and
mothers also render them liable to the ut
Recent experiments at the New Jer through the mucous surfaces. Such art trouble, aged 25 years, seven months and most physical misery and pain.
THIS EXPENSE IS SAVED
The sufferings of body and mind caused
sey experiment station show that icles should never he used except on
by some weakness of the distinctly feminine
the silage from an acre of corn yield prescriptions from reputable physicians,
organs are so almost universal among wo
if you trade with us. Our idea of the grocery
that the question might well be asked
ing less than eleven tons thereof will as the damage thev do is tenfold to the was an exemplary Christian, beloved by men
” Is this Nature's punishment for th« crime
is BEST SERVICE POSSIBLE
of being a woman ? ”
produce 55 pounds more butter than good you can |<owtibly derive from them.
FIGURES. Not to secretly
the cured fodder, including earn. Hall's fatai 1 h Cure manufactured by F. cated (or a teacher, w hicli position she are neither natural nor necessary They
down, make slight
The 55 pounds of butter gained by
tilled with credit until a short time be No woman ought to endure such troubles
and y^t skin the
turning a crop of corn into silage will
fore she was called to join her sisters There is no need of it. Dr Pierce's Favor
ite Prescription is a perfect and positive
he gets. Such
in Oregon go a long ways toward directly upon the blood and mucous sur Clara and Emma, who died in the same cure
for feminine weakness and disease.
fa es of the system. In buying Hall’s
methods bring sure defeat.
paying the whole cost Of grow ing the Catarrh ( lire lie sure you get the genuine. faith und in hope of eternal life. All
It gives health and strength to the spe
organs and nerve-centre«: heals inflam
corn und making it into silage. The It is taken internally, and inaile in Tole three died within the last six years. An cial
mation; stop« weakening drains; promotes
functional regularity, and restores the nor
silage is us valuable proportionally do, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney A Co. Testi
mal. vigorous and painless condition which
and three sistere mourn the loss.
for feeding young steers as milch monials free.
It is the only medicine of its kind in
cows. The land on which a crop of
by Druggists, price 75c. |>er
The Sultan will get what he asks vented by an educated and experienced
corn is grown is in prime condition bottle.
the only medicine which
in Crete, as nobody opposes him ex makes baby It ’s is
coming safe and compara-
for a crop of wheat. There are a
cept the six great powers.—Ex.
Any woman who would like to know
good many places east of the Cascade Notwithstanding the raise in clothing by
Why suffer with coughs, colds and la- more about this medicine and about her
mountains in Oregon, Washington the tariff bill Kay A Todd are selling their
own physicial make up should send st one-
and Idaho where corn can lie grown »12 suits for »10; their »15 suits for »12; grippe when Laxative Bromo Quinine cent stamps to Dr R V’ Pierce. Buffalo All kinds of Fine,
kind, of Watches, Clock,
their »10 suits for »8 50.
w ill cure you in one day. Ikies not pro N. Y.. to pay the cost of mailing only on an
D. A. SMITH S All •nd
and although corn fodder can lie easi
free copv of his thousand page
Jewelry for Ml« it
dine the ringing in the head like sul absolutely
hard time. prie««.
ly kept in those sections it will be
Ta Carr a Cold In line Iti« ,
phate of quinine. Put up in tabletscun- Sense Medical Adviser:’’ or. Ji stamps for old Watches re
paired and made
found more profitable there as well us Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets venient fur taking. Guaranteed to cure cloth covered.
A sure and permanent cure for constipa-
to run as good
la western Oregon to turn the crop All druggists refund the money if it fails or money refunded. Price 25 cents. For
tion is Dr. Pierce’s Pellets. One " Pellet”
as new at
to cure. 25c. For sale by Roger» Bros. aale by Rogers Bros.
ia a gentle laxative, two a mild cathartic.
OOOR TO POOTOrriCK.
Ten Quarter Domett Blankets,
All Wool Blankets,
Heavy and Hedium Shoes
Bacon, Staple Groceries,
Best Coffees, Teas, Spices.
R. J. RPPEKSOfL
Is what all are
looking for in GROCERIES
Wallace & Walker
Jemelry Store * * *