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Today we arc employing the time Borlijg
up our goods and making au invoice of
There are at the present time ten
everything. So we ex|>ect to stait at the
J. H. Nelson, dentist.
sugar beet factories in the United
tirrit opportunity. When Mr. Brewater
Christmas comes on Saturday this year.
returned the latt time he brought IDO lb*.
States, with an output of 4,200 tons
Don’t fail to attend Kay A Todd’s great ot' beans and 50 lbs. of Hour, and we hate
of sugar for the four months season.
done a little trading for provisions so as
There is no reason, if farmers in
The R epobtek and Weekly Oregonian to replenish our stock, which has been
each locality will agree to raise
considerably depleted in the nearly two
one year for $2, strictly in advance.
enough beets, why there should not
The back water in Cosine creek months we have been on the trail. This
be 5000 such plants in the coun
week I bought a pair of wool blankets
drowned a cow for John F. Adams.
try, with a total output of over
weighing 11 ]K>unda for $10, a pair of
2,000,000 tons for each seasou.
Mackinaw pants for $8, rubber coat and
ist—something you will generally have
The German farmers net an aver
pants for $4 50 aud a suit of underwear
to travel far to find.
for $4. We only had two horses left of
age of 158 per acre for their beet
!c prc pa rat ton for As-
Kay A Todd will sell at auction every the original four. Mr. Brewster used
crop each year. They have the pro
slmilalin£ Ik. Food and Regula
Wednesday aud Saturday afternoon the two part of one day packing for
tection of an export bounty which
ting the Stoiuaehs and Bowels of
until further notice.
other man; made $20 and then sold
the government pays on all beet
Reed, the fence man, got in a carload two for $25, so I got back $6.25 for
sugar exported. But the present
of pickets the other day and has work to $100. The new horses we bought
sugar duty in the United States
keep him out of mischief.
cannot find, so will have to lose that
gives to the American farmers great
novo, aeaiao eowota co., atw vorn.
It seems to be the general opinion in $30. I am going in very nearly or quite
er protection than the bounty does
McMinnville that the best company at a “broke.” We expect to take three men
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
to those of Germany.
and a ton ot goods down in our boat, for
Thanksgiving dinner is the turkey.
N ot N arcotic .
The German farmers of a given can the trust, because the farmers
Frank Abram Powell will preach at 11 a consideration which 1 am not at liberty
locality unite and erect, a co-opera can clear their profit on the beet
a. tn. next lord’s day on “Change of to state, but which will furnish the
tive sugar factory with their own crop by supplying their own factory, Heart,” and at 7 :36 p. in., “The Lord’s money for cuatoms duty and other neces
saries. Mr. FeRoller sold his boat for
money, and thus make a profit larger even should the latter not do more Detectives.”
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than is possible if they simply raise than pay its own running expenses.
Rev. H.A. Denton of Salem was sum
Sec S *
Our party is well supplied with evapo
beets and sell to the factory out This the trust cannot do. and live, as moned to the bedside of his mother tn
Mi C/irbunatr S^lg. a
right. There is no reason why its only chance of profit lies in the Kentucky last week, blit she died before rated vegetables. Prices here are very
fiwrn Seed -
income from refining alone.
Clan tini Jìmtrr .
American farmers shall not pursue
The field is a splendid one, and the he reached there.
scarce and have been quite high. Mr.
the same course.
live, progressive farmers of the
Mrs. M. Catlin’s dressmaking parlors, FeRoller paid $1 a pound for some nails
It would build up at once a com United States should take posses Union block, room 4. Ladies and chil
tion, Sour Stomach.Diarrhoea,
petition with the American Sugar sion of it. Through it they will add dren’s dresses made. Also plain sewing and $2 a pound for pitch. We have a
supply of pitch on hand now which we
Worms .Convulsions .Feverish
Refining Company—otherwise better , largely to the income from their done. Prices reasonable.
are selling for $2.25 per pound. Nearly
ness and Loss OF SLEEP.
known as the Sugar Trust—which more a highly profitable occupation.
Quite a good many hops have changed everything gets wet and damp in spite of
Facsimile Signature ot
could not be bought off, and which i
hands lately at prices in the neighbor us. The sugar forms syrup on the out
would take the price of sugar out of, The cineograph exhibition given in hood of 12 to 13 cents. Growers at one side of the sacks. My cornmeal got wet
the control of the trust.
Sugar; the opera hull Monday and Tuesday ev- time were hopeful of higher figures, but and spoiled quite a lot of it. There are
Castoria is pct up in one-sir? bottles only. It
Iis not sold in bulk. Pon’» allow anyone to sell
plants owned by farmers can live enings waa a good thing by popular ver- there is more than good living profit in over 100 tents here, Some with boats
you anything else on the plea cr promise that it
ready and some still carrying in.”
the prices received.
and do business with less risk than 'fict*
is “just as good” and “will c.nswor every pur
An interesting program of recitations
pose." «S'Seo that you get C-A-S-T-O-B-I-A.
and music was rendered by the endeav-
above the bridge east of town during the
EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
orers at the C. P. church during the reg
high water Saturday morning, and for a
ular service hour Sunday evening. Miss
Orilla Peters, the president, presided. time the structure was threatened, but
One of the pleasant features was the the county judge, assisted by a corps of
singing of the solo, “Calvary,” by Miss able lieutenants, succeeded after much
hard labor in dislodging the logs and
Grace Sornson of Portland.
sending them down the stream.
-------- DEALER IN---------
The fishing season has closed on the
Mrs. B. F. Fuller and Mrs D. A. Wal
Nehalem and the pack is larger than ever
lace returned Monday from a week’s
before on this river. Two canneries have
visit with friends in Portland.
been in operation instead of only one as
heretofore, and there has been no “limit”
this season. The total pack of the river
is about 11,500 cases of salmon of w hich
M. J. Kinney packed about 6,300 and I
Edw. G. E. Wist about 5,200 cases.
This means the distribution of somewhere
near $9,000 among the fishermen, Some
of this is taken away by outside fieher-
men, but the greater portion of it
earned by resident fishermen, Ha a
general thing the fishermen did I very
For More Than Fifty-Six Years it has Never Failed in its
One of the most encouraging features
well, alttiough the price was smaller than of a cure made by S.S.S. (Swift’s Specific)
Weekly Visits to the Homes of Farmers and
ever before.—Nehalem Tinies.
is its permanency. Of all diseases, it is
well known that those of the blood are
Villagers Throughout the United States.
the most obstinate, and therefore the
On the Way to Klondike
most difficult to cure.
The writer of this has a friend ’ who profession, in fact, have virtually ad IT HAS faithfully labored for their prosperity and happi
An Album of
left. Seattle July 29th, to share in the > <lif- mitted that a real, deepseated blood
ness, for the improvement of their business and
Acuities and hardships of gold seeking in disease is beyond their skill.
interests, for education, for the elevation of
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the Klondike country. We give a few in so many words, but actions speak
interesting excerpts from some of his louder than words, and their inability to
manhood and true womanhood.
of the Wonders
letters recently received. Writing un cure, after months and often years of IT HAS told at the fireside, interesting and instructive sto
der date of Sept. 20th at Lake Bennett treatment, is sufficient evidence that dis
of the Universe.
eases of the blood cannot be cured by
ries of the doings of the world, the nation and states.
he says : “One of our party went down doctors. Their mercurial mixtures, al-
612 Pages. IO' vx I2' j Inches. Woight 6‘.* lbs.
to Skagnay n week ago after feed and I though taken faithfully, only cover up IT HAS advised the farmer as to the most approved methods
The World’s Storehouse has given up its choicest historic other tilings we needed. He lost one the symptoms of the disease, inducing
of cultivating and harvesting his crops, and the
horse on the way back, and had to leave the patient to feel that he is being cured;
Treasures for this Book.
proper time to convert them into the largest possible
but when he is sooner or later seized
part of the goods just below the summit. with stiff joints, pain in the bones, etc.,
The other horse also went lame while he the evidence of the doctor’s patchwork
From the Subjects at Large We Name a Few:
was gone, and got so bad that, he had to is conclusive. Such results cannot be ex IT HAS led in all matters pertaining to the welfare of farm
N bw Y ork C ity : East River Docks, New North River Bridge, Vanderbilt Residences. B oston : leave him. Titis left us with two horses. pected from the use of S. S. S. Being
ers and villagers, and for over half a century has
Commonwealth Avenue, Boblon Common, Faneiiil Hull. S cenes in the R ockies and Y ellow
purely vegetable, containing no harm
stone H ark . C alifornia : Mirror Lake, Summit Rock. Big Trees, Yosemite Valley, luck Observa
We brought in two loads next dav, and ful mineral ingredients, it is the only
held their confidence and esteem.
lory, Stanford University, Chinatown, etc. M exico Cathedrals, Bull Fighters, etc. S outh
A merica : Statues, Catneilnih and Cemeteries. H awaii : Palaces, Groves, etc. I ndia : Great while here bought live horses for $50 ex blood remedy which acts on the true
Buddha, Tai Mahal, Teiuple of MM) (»«wls, Gohlen Pagodu, Temples, Mausoleums, Ruins. T he H oi y pecting to bring everything next day, but principle of forcing the disease from It is the New York Weekly Tribune, and we furnish it with The
L and : Baalbee, Damascus, Street ■Straight,” Jaita, Mount of Olives, Gethsemane, Jeiusalem, Solo
the system, building up rather than
mon’s Temple. Bethlehem, River Jordan, Dead Sea etc. A frica
Egyptian Scenes, Temples, one of the five gave out before we got to
tearing down the health. No loss of
Pyramids, Ancient Cemeteries, S pain : Gibraltar, Seville, Mosque ot Cordova, Alhambra, Court ot
Lions. I taly : Naples and Mt. Vesuvius, Interior of San Martin»», most richly decorated church in camp, and we letf it. Next day we de hair, no stiff joints, no decrepit mercu
1 YEAR for $1.25.
the world, Pompeii, Pantheon, Forum. Coliseum, Statuary, Paintings, Tombs. Cathedrals, etc., etc.,
rial wrecks result from the use of S.S.S. CASH IN ADVANCE.
Address al 1 orders to
Scenes in Venice, St Mark's Church. Bridge of Sighs, Giant's Staircase, Leaning Tower, Columbus cided that Brewster should go back up
Monument at Genoa, etc P aris Notre Dame, Troeadero, Eiflel Power, The Madelaine, Hotel de the trail to try and buy a load of flour
__________________ THE REPORTER.
Ville, Grand Opera House. Arch ot Triumph, Louvre Gallery, Paintings, Statuary, Tombs, Palaces,
interiors, etc. B elgium , H olland , S witzerland and all their Treasures. G ermany : National and beans, of which we are short, while
Write your name and address on n postal card, send it to Geo. »V. Best. Trlbnne Office New
Museum, Statue ol Frederick the Great, Royal Palace. Interior Royal Mausoleum: Dresden Gallery, Sam and I brought in five loaded horses
Vork City, and a sample copy of The New York Weekly Tribune will l.e mailed to yon.
Sistine Madonna, Cologne Cathedral, The Passion Play, Vienna, St. Stephen’s Church. P anorama
or C onstantinople . Mosques, Tombs, etc. R ussia
Moscow, st. Petersburg, Royal Museum, st. with the camp, which we established
lsaRc’s Cathedral, Royal Palace. GREAT B ritain : Shakespeare’s theatre and House, Keswick,
Warwick Castle. Durham Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, St. Paul’s, Westminster, House of Purlin here. Next morning we took three horses
mMt, Towers of London, Liverpool Docks S cotland : Ellen's Isle, Stirling Castle, John Knox back and brought over everything, reach
EAST AND SOUTH
House. Edinburgh, Holyrood Castle, Back villa Street, Dublin, etc., etc.
ing camp at K o’clock, about an hour after
It is the only book ever executed in Photographic Colors at dark. Yesterday I weut over to where
B aptist —Services Sunday 11 a. m. ami
7:30p. nt ; Sunday school 9:50 a in.; the
young people’s sooiety 6: lop ni
has one almost completed and lumber
A liberal education in World's History acouired while being entertained. A trip around the world
Thursday 7 :30 p. tn. Covenant
iu an hour. The delights or travel without its discomforts ; its benefit without its ready for a second, which he expects to
meeting first Thursday evening before the
first Sunday of each month
The book is printed on the very finest grades of super sized and super calendered ami heavy enam sell. We ex|>ect to take an extia passen
R. W. K ino , Pastor,
eled book paper, made especially for this book, and bound in the richest bindings.
ger with outfit in our boat, which is 24
M xthodist E piscopai —Services every
feet long on bottom and 42 inches wide
Sabbath 11:00 a. tn. and 7:30 p. nt. Sunday
and about 30 inches deep. The wind has
school 9:30 a in. Prayer meeting 7 :00 p
Express Trains Leave Portland Dally
m. Thursday. D. T. S cmmebvilik , Pastor.
Bilk Cloth. Side and Back, Stamped in Gold................................................... 13.25 been south for over a week now, and
this morning it has changed tothe north,
bath 11:00 a m and 7:30 p. nt. Sunday Jorli?nd...........6 OU P M I San Francisco.. 7:45 A M
The Reporter one year and a copy of this Artistic work but not strong. We have had rain or
H. L. MYERS.
school 9 :30 a. m. Y. P. C. E., Sunday 6:30 San Francisco.b.UU P M I Portland........... 9 30 A M
Mr. H. L. Myers,of ioo Mulberry street, p. m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. nt.
snow every night since 1 can remember,
Above trains »top at «11 Hatton« between Port
Newark, N. J., made the mistake of re
E E. T hompson . Pastor.
land and Salem, Turner. Marion, Jefferson.
and more or less rain in daytime. Last lying upon remedies based upon mineral
Services in the Christian church : Preach- Albany, Tangent. Shedds, Halsey, Harrisburg
Sunday night about three o’clock our ingredients, and for the hundreds of ingevery Lord's day at 11 a m. and 7:30 Junction City, Eugene. Cottage Grove, Drain.
and all stations from Koseburg to Ash
tent broke down with weight of snow on dollars which he invested received only p m Young people’s meeting at 6:30 p. Oakland
tn. Sunday School at 9:45 a. in. Prayer
disappointment in return. He says :
Hoveburg Vlail Daily.
-•I was afflicted with a terrible blood meeting Thursday, 7:30p nt.
tnentlierof another party offered me a disease, which was in spots at first, but
owell , Pastor.
Portland......... 8:30 A M | Roseburg.......... 5.20 P M
sack of flour for our five horses, and I afterwards spread all over my body.
S t . J ames E piscopal C hi rch —Lay-Ser Roseburg........ 7:30AM | Portland
might have done better to accept, aa we These soon broke out into sores, and it vices every Sunday at 11 o'clock a. in.
DININS CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
S t . J am E9 C atholic —First st., between
may not be able to get anything for them. is easy to imagine the suffering I en
F’VLL.AVMN * BUFFET
Have an immense stock of furniture. They
G and H. Sunday
Sam got a job of work lie put in five
“ Before I became convinced that pers 7.30. Services once a month.
have to keep a big stock, because they have a large
days for M< <lee and Haw ke« at $19 per the doctors conld do no good I had
T. B riody , Pastor
w. c T. U.—Meets on every Fri- SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS,
day and board, and now lie and a man
territory to supply. Prices on everything in our
thrown away. I then tried vari day at 3 p. m. in reading room, Union
named Cameron have a contract building really
store are surprisingly cheap just now.
A nna B. H enderson . Pres.
Attached to all Through Tiainu.
ous patent medicines, but they did not block
a Ismt for $290, which they expect to reach the disease. When I had finished
West Side Division.
E da Muta. Sec’y
want proof of this, come in and price the goods.
my first bottle of S.S.S., I was greatly
complete in almitt six days.”
PORTLAND a ND CORVALLIS
Mail Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
Another letter a week later says: “We improved and was delighted with the
K nowlbr C hapter N o , 12. O. E» S — Meets at
result. The large red splotches on my Masonic
2d an») 4th Monday evening 7 30 A M 1 Lv
have not had any mail lately, and pre chest began to grow paler «nd smaller,
Ar 1 M) IM
in each month. Visiting members cordiallv in 10:1.5 a M 1 L t
L t S-Og f M
sume we will get no more until we reach and before long disappeared entirely. I vited
MYRTA APPER8ON, W. M
IX» P M
Dawson City. \V<> have completed, our regained my lost weight, became strong R. I.. CONNER. Sec.
A O. U. W —Charity Lodge No. 7 meet* first an«)
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
boat, but the weather changed with noitb er, and my appetite greatly improved. third Fridays of each month, 7:30 p. m. Lodge
trains of Or. Central A Eastern Rv.
I was soon entirely well, ana my akin aa room tn Union block.
FW I THIV’M 5OTICF. TO < RFI>I- wind and snow, and we cannot go until clear as a piece of glass.”
E F SUTHERLAND M W
Express Train Daily, (Except SundayW
J. D. BAKER, Becorder.
the wind dies out or changes to the south.
S.S.S. is a sure cure for all manner
OT1CK is hereby given that the undersigned
ba* been by tne county court of Yamhill
hall •et'ond an«I fourth Friday evenings of each 4:50 P M ! L t
voqntar, Oregon, duly appoint?»! administrator
never results from its use. It is
7 30 P M I Ar
Royal make* the food pure,
wholesome and delicious.
9 oo D
BOOTS & SHOES
of the World
The Shasta Route
BURRS & DANIELS
wi|h Iha will annexed of th? estate <4 Arminta
Higgins, deceased. Now therefore, all perm it'
haying claims against said estate are hereby
notifir»! and requested to prcsvnt the ««me <iulv
verified to the undersigned, at the MrM.nnvill?
National bank in McMinnville, Yamhill Coun
ty, Oregon, within six months ( ioiu the «late
Dated this the 15th day of November. A. D. i
Ufif. • -
Administrator with the will annexed of Ar-
mlnta Higgins, deceased
JI. L. CONNER, Attorney for said estate. 48-5 i
OTICF. is hereby given, that th? under
N ’ County
signed has been duly appoint?«) bv the
Court of Yamhill Countv, State of Ore
gon, executrix of tb? estate of Jani?« L. Stew-
ard. late of thlscounty, deceased, and has qual
ified as «uch executrix.
Therefore, all persons having claims against
sai»l eatatear? hereby notified to present th» ni,
duly verified, to me al the office of Ramsey A
Fenton, at MeMinnville. Oregon, within six
months from th? date of tnis notice
Da ted Govern her 4th, 1HC
K LX IN A STEWARD, Executrix.
Are ironing favor raputn BHKa ■ ■
Business nu n amt travel-
g I I
lers carry them in vest
pocket*, laities carry them ■
■ ■ ■
tn pur»«*«, housekeeper« keep them in medicine
cloeet*. trtendi rewn-meud them to mid» Ajo.
C vstrr P ost N o . 9—-Meets the second and fourth
Saturday of each month in I nion hall at 1V:3O
a. m. on second Saturday and at 10:30 a ni. on
Ith Saturday. All members of the order are
cordially invited to atfen») our meetings
E. F. M anning . Commander.
B F. C l rm nr , Adjt.
&3D P M j Ar Independence
Direct connection al San Francisco with Occi-
j dental and Oriental and Pacific Mail steamship
for JAPAN AND CHINA .-ailing dates on
and one thousand dollars will be paid
for proof that it contains a particle of
, ’U and tickets to Eastern points and Europe.
H°!»OLI LC and At?
mercury, potash,orothermineral. S-S.S.
E lvira A« kmbly No. 18. U nitxd A rtinkns — 1 ka Li A can be obtained from G A Wilcox
is sold by all druggists
Meet first and third Monday nights of each month Ticket Agent. McMinnville
Valuable books on blood and skin dis at
C H MARKHAM,
7.80 p. m in Union block
eases will be mailed free to all who ad
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W ° HENDERSON, M. A
dress Swift Specific Co., Atlanta, Ga.
J. W. BONES. 8ec
R. KOEHLER. Manager.