The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, December 24, 1897, Image 4

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    hiding. What made you sav that any­ The republican party in congress is
obviously afraid to face the problem
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how, brother?
of the deflict which it has invited.
New York World.
H. BARNHART, Editor A Propr.
T he watchword of fusion politics-
That, sound- pretty loud from a Prove the merit of lluod's Sarsaparilla —post,
J. U. ECKMAN, AkBOciMte Editor.
Go after the offices; principles are party which made “deficit the lead
tive, perfect, permaueut Cures.
eternal and will take care of them­ ing word in every official report of Cures of scrofula in severest forms, like
goitre, swelled neck, running sore», hip
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the United States treasury for three
Subscription $1.00 Per Year. selves.
disease, sores in the eyes.
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and grow fat. Pure food is obtainable
"f Salt Rheum, with its Intense itching
T he enthusiastic greeting which years, save and except when it sold Cures and
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burning, scald head, tetter, etc.
if you seek it. We have most any­
the Mexicans arc giving to Mr. Dry bouds to Englishmen and ri’fn -ed Io Cures of Bolls. Pimples, and all other erup­
ADVERTISING KATES.
thing
you like, aud probably some that
tions
due
to
impure
blood
allow
Americans
to
bid.
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Renting notice. In local columns 10 cents per an is doubtless very gratifying to his
Cures of Dyspepsia and other troubles where
you
don
’t. But you can buv what you
Due tor first weok «nfi 5 cents per line thereafter. followers, but some critic may in­
a good stomach tonic was needed.
Display advertisements, annual rates, on© inch
T he sugar trust back 1 up Japan in Cures <>f Rheumatism, where patient* were un­ >
want aud reject the rest. Now there’s
per month SI; each additional inch 50 cents per quire whether the commendations of
able to work or walk for weeks.
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Obituarvand marriage notices not exceeding a people whose grade of intelligence opposing the annexation of Hawaii,
Cures »I Catarrh by expelling the impurities
10 lines publbbeti free, if furnished in time to
Some people wouldn’t be without them
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aud
it
is
the
biggest
duck
in
the
pud
be current news. Additional matter 10 cent* per is far below that of the United States,
which cause and sustain the disease.
Cod Bricks. Olliers wouldn’t be outside 'em.
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line.
whose per capita of money is one-1 die. It has ways of getting what it Cures of Nervousness by properly toning and >•
wants—of which Japan knows noth­
feeding the nerves upon pure blood.
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Everybody likes it. We keep it in bulk and cans.
third of onr own, and whose curren-i ing.
The trust has imported a dele­ Cures of That Tired Feeling by restoring
Also excellent Paragon Honey Syrup Both fine for
FRIDAY, DEC. 24, 1897.
Itapjat-k-«,
u
better
made
oi
Buckwheat,
Corn, Flour, or by Aunt Jeiuin.a.
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cy system produces a dollar worth gation of natives of the island, and
strength. Send for book of cures by
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less than one half of a similar dollar they are in Washington to lobby
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C hairman C ooper says of the un­ in this country, add anything to Mr. against the treaty.
- tasted. Knowu to be pure and wholesome.
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ion movement; “The one great idea Bryan's standingas a financier —Ex.
Remarks a bystander “People seem
Wh^ili’inP
The new mush product, Leading the van. Everybody :
is to get all the Brj’an forces together
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’ T 1 ***•-* 111 iv« buys it because it’s good, it must be good. Competition :
to be carrying larger parcels along the
A
prominent
member
of
th
e
Oregon
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makes
it
so.
on one platform and in support of
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streets than they did a year ago at this
one ticket. ” That is precisely what legislature used to be heavy, in his time.”
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1 To C. I Hood & Co.. Proprietors. Lowell, Mass
was done at the November election long-winded speeches, on the word
J. P. Irvine was called to Indepen­ ,
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•-»•■I are the best after-dinner
in '96, and it lost them the county. “needeessity.” It was the core of dence by tiie serious illness of his broth­ . iTOOd
S HillS pills, aid dlgcsnou. 2jc.
many
a
more
or
less
eloquent
apos
­
Tillamook Cheese.
We doubt very much if the “Bryan
er, blit he came home Wednesday leav­
k
trophe
that
made
the
halls
of
the
Big Mealy Potatoes
forces” number as many into sever­
ing the patient much improved.
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The Reporter job presses have been es­ !>
al hundred as they did at that time. Oregon solons ring and reverberate
Best Moca and Java Coffee on Earth. A trial convinces.
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Wheat
was
worth
70
cents
in
the
local
pecially
busy
during
December
Abide
The people have had some powerful in an uncommon manner. And it is market yesterday. The recovery comes from the printing of the Pacific Progress, k
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object lessons. Wheat has gone up “needeessity” that is going to help just in time to flavor the dressing in the which is a considerable item of itself, the k
We are making a special run on our Queens-
k
out
diversified
and
intensified
agri
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and silver down. Prosperity has
Christmas turkey.
ware to clear the space for the approaching holiday
product of our presses has heen three
!
k
come back to the country without culture in the Willamette valley—
times
as
large
as
in
December,
18V6.
It is understood that Mr. Een Evans
trade. Have you investigated the prices?
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the “needeessity” created by the of this place is the lowest bidder on the This shows two things: there is more >•
free coinage.
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upper Yukon rush. Everything we mail route from McMinnville to Grand general prosperity in the community, and
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Yours to please,
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the public is aware from experience that
T he Boston Transcript excitedly can raise will be needed: and more. Ronde.—Sheridan Sun.
asks: “How is it possible that there —Statesman.
We are now opening new and season The Reporter office is the place to go
can be 103,000 honest pensioners in
able goods for the holiday trade, such as for artistic printing and good clean woik
T here is an evident purpose on hoods, fascinators, mufflers, handker­ at reasonable prices.
Ohio?” It perhaps arises from the
fact that the people of Ohio, when the. part of some of the democrats to chiefs and other seasonable goods for the
This Is Your Opportunity.
the old flag was assailed, dropped make Hawaiian annexation a party holiday trade at Apperson’s.
On receipt of ten cents, cash or stamps,
We hear good reports from Wirt Fel­
their other business and shouldered question. This will hardly succeed,
a generous sample will be mailed of the
their guns and went to the war, however. Annexation is apparent­ lows, a McMinnville student at Brown most popular Catarrh and Hay Fever Cure
. while the Transcript crowd stayed at ly stronger among republicans than university. He hopes to graduate in the (Ely’s Cream Balm) sufficient to demou>
$
home, made money and grumbled, democrats, yet a sufficient number of spring, by doing the work of four years strate the great merits of the remedy.
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ELY
BROTHERS,
and grumble now because the nation the latter have expressed themselves in the space of three. Zeal and earnest­
56 Warren St., New York City.
ness were marked characteristics of the
h redeeming its pledges to the men at one time and another, in favor of youth, and tlie man seems to be foilowing
Will carry the celebrated Gotzian Boots and Shoes for-
Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great Falls, Mont.,
that saved it. The Transcript does it to show that no party division can the same bent.
recommended Ely’s Cream Balm to me. I
winter wear. Goodyear Rubbers and Boots, Mackin- -'yi
can emphasize his statement, “It is a posi­
toshes and Umbrellas.
not try to point out a fraudulent pen­ be made on that issue. Annexation
tive cure for catarrh if used as directed.”—
sioner in Ohio. It simply wags its has friends and enemies ,in both or­
Rev. Francis W. Poole, Pastor Central Pres.
Forty or fifty years
; Church, Helena, Mont.
tongue in a slanderous way, and ganizations.
Ely’s Cream Balm is the acknowledged
rests with the offensive charge that ago and earlier the democracy was
cure
for catarrh and contains no mercury
far
more
favorable
to
territorial
ac
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“they are pension beats.”—Inter­
nor any injurious drug. Price, 50 cents.
quisition—in the Cuban case, for ex­
Ocean.
ample—than were the opposing or­
NO. 383T.
REPORT OF THE CONDITION
T here has been a constant growth ganizations, but that desire dimin­
in revenue ever since the Dingley ished when slavery disappeared.
A woman’s attractiveness in the eyes of of the McMinnville National Bank at Mc­
Minnville, in the State of Oregon, at the close oi
tariff went into operation. The av­ Still, in the present instance enough man depends largely on her physical ap­ business,
Dec. 15, 1897:
pearance Nature, in order to preserve the
RESOURCES.
erage receipts per day were greater democratic votes are likely to be race, guides mankind by the instinctive
J109.U96 Off
for a mate who is physically Loans and Discounts...........
in September than in August, and cast for annexation to give that preference
Overdrafts,
secured
and unse­
sound and wholesome.
cured
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3,589 12
project
the
victory.
—
Globe
Demo
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If intellect alone were chieflv sought, the
each month since, including that
Bonds to secure circula­
offspring might be a generation of Solo, U.S.
tion
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12.500 00
crat.
part of December which has expired,
mons for wisdom, but they would perish Premiums on U. S. Bonds
1,000 00
We want to sell you articles of usefulness so
in infancy for want of physical stamina.
Stocks, securities, etc. (county
reveals a larger average income than
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city orders)............................
16,082 31
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t is neither our picnic nor funeral. 1 A weak or unhealthy woman is unfitted to aud
cheap
that you can afford to buy them iu
in the preceding month. This is an
fulfil her part in perpetuating the race; she Banking-house, furniture and
fixtures
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8j500
00
unequal to the demands of tnotheihood
preference to trash. Among these are
encouraging exhibit. It shows that but it strikes us that so far as plat is
from National Banks (not
»nd wifehood, she is robbed of her natural Due
reserve agents)....................
14,013 78
form
is
concerned,
the
populists
’
womanly attractiveness
the predictions of adequate revenues
Due from approved reserve
Many a woman is cheated of life’s choicest
Table ami Pocket Cutlery
agents.................................
22,049 71
from the law are likely to be realized have been badly jockeyed in the gifts by a dyspeptic, bile-poisoned condi­ Checks
and other cash items .
312 01
fusion
arrangement.
The
silverites
o
805 00
tion of the system, which shows itself in a Notes of other National Banks
before the fiscal year ends. An at­
Rogers Plated Ware,
pimply skin, sallow" complexion, tainted Fractional paper currency,
really
have
but
one
plank
that
they
o
Hickles and cents.................
68 24
tempt will be made by the republi­
breath, or thin, ungraceful form
Roasting Pans for your turkey
The most perfect remedy for all the morti Lawful money reserve in Bank,
can leaders to keep down expendi­ pretend or care to stand upon—free tying
Viz:
symptoms of mal nutrition and im
............................. 122,850 30
tures, and in this endeavor there is a coinage at the ratio of 16 to 1. They , Sure blood is Dr Pierce’s Golden Medical Specie
discovery.
Through its remarkable effect Redemption fund with I . S.
got
that
issue
prominently
to
the
Carving1 Sets— always an elegant present that
chance that they will be successful.
upon the liver and digestive organs it
Treasurer (5 per cent of cir­
•weeps all impurities out of the circula­
culation)...........................
562 59
will last for years.
The old days in which surpluses front. Not so with the populjsts. If i tion
and creates a fresh supply of new
Total................................
»21»,514 68
were a regular feature of the treas­ the latter have any cardinal doctrines J rich, life-git ing blood
of their own that time and constant I It gives clearness and bloom to the com
LIABILITIES.
We have the best and hea pest line of Steel
ury s monthly balance sheets may be
plexion; sweetens the breath; rounds out Capital Stock paid in..............
50 000 00
reiteration
have
raised
to
the
digni-
i
Surplus
fund
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10.000
00
fhe face and form, and invigorates the en­
Ranges in the city. See us for bargains.
nearer at hand than anybody a quar­
Un livided profits, less ex­
ty of party principles, fiat money and tire constitution with vital energy
penses ana taxes paid..........
4 473 58
ter of a year ago expected.
It restores the invincible beauty of whole­ National
Bank notes outstand-
government ownership of railroads someness and womanly capacity.
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10,850 00
was a complete wreck appetite gone, nerv­ Due to State banks and bank
occupy the position of first magni­ ous “ I system
HODSON.
o<
impaired; could not sleep, and was so
era....................................
2,849 63
I f ocean greyhounds continue to
weak that I could not <tand on my feet ten min Individual deposits subject to
tude.
But these were laid away I utes."
writes Miss Ella Bartley of No 213’1
grow in size the harbor of New
check..................................
107,769 41 i
on the shelf and primary imper-, South Grant Avenue. Columbus Ohio' "1 only Demand
certificates of deposit
26,072 06
weighed 95^ pounds when I commenced taking
York, which was deepened to 30 feet
tance given to the referendum, a Dr Pierce s Golden Medical Discovery. After I
Total
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6211,514
68
seven years ago, must undergo the
had taken a half bottle I began to Improve. I
question that has been but little, could
steep soundly the whole night, and would State of Oregon, County of Yamhill, ss.
operation again.
The steamer
I, E. C. Apperson. cashier of the above-named
with an appetite for breakfast which
kinds of Watches, Clock*
discussed and may or may not find i awaken
wa« a rare thing as I never had for two years hank, do solemnly swear that the above state­ All kinds of Fine,
D. A. SMITH S AU and
Oceanic, now building, which will be
ment i- true to the* best of my knowledge and be
Jewelry for sale at
back
eaten
a
hearty
breakfast
I
now
have
an
Difficult and
permanent adoption in populist plat­ excellent appetite, and my friends say they never lief.
E. C APPERSON Cashier.
—NEW—
hard times prices.
704 feet loug and the largest vessel
Subscribed
and
sworn
to
before
me
this
22d
old
Watches
re
­
saw
me
looking
better
or
io
better
spirits
since
forms. It was a shrewd proposal on thev knew me I tell them it is all due to Dr day oi December, 1897. M. D. L. RHODES,
ever constructed, is to have a
paired and made
' ¿Heal.)
Notary Public for Oregon.
the part of the one-idea silverites to Pierce's Discovery ”
I Correct - Attest:
draught of about 30 feet. Most of
to run as good
In all cases of obstinate constipation, the
LEE LAUGHLIN.)
limit the joint platform totwoplanks. “ Discovery
” should be supplemented with
\Y m . CAMPBELL, ^Directors
as new at
the fast trans atlantic steamersdraw Things may be evened up somewhat
J L ROGERS, )
Dr Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
from 26 to 29 feet, but a few have
in the distribution of prizes when
been loaded to a depth of 32 feet.
nominations are made
The maximum draught of the Fred­
erick der Grosse is 28 feet. It is pro­
CAHTORIA.
» he
posed in New York to deepen the te Hall«
li n
•nt?
harbor to 35 feet. No limit has been ■Igutur.
fixed to the size of vessels. The
largest are the fastest and also the
most popular, and ship-builders are
governed now by the depth of liar
bors.
Cures
Yamhill County Reporter
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Eat Good Things
in Winter
Maple Syrup
Appetizing Chow Chow.
Hood’s
Sarsaparilla
Wallace & Walker -!
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Che JNew Shoe Store
B 211erry Christina
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To Everybody!
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Jeutelry Store * * *
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TO-DA Y
A poluoy is due the North Yam
Is your last shopping day
hill Record. In one of its recent fi­
before
Christmas. If you
nancial editorials it said: “it is any­
have beeu in a quandary as
thing but a pleasure to us, in the ful
to what to buy and have put
Ailment of our duty to the people, to
be so often called to correct state
it off until the last moment,
mente, made through either vicious
come and let us help you
falsehood or inexcusable ignorance of
select. We have hundreds
facts.' In quoting the passage the*
of beautiful, useful aud ap­
word “nothing was substituted for
propriate articles for gifts
unythiug. and the editor of the Rec
-dainty, beautiful, inex­
ord made to appear in the light of
pensive
articles that will
a willing, .instead of an unwilling
gladden the hearts of both
public benefactor. That is all the
the giver and receiver.
difference we" are* able to see. Ben
We want to close out our
efactors are usually very modest,
cut glass (genuine Ameri­
and do not like to have it appear
that their labors in behalf of man
can cut) and are making
kind are prompted by motives of sei
prices at cost and below. A
fish pleasure. Therefore in addition i
rare opportunity to get cut
Co apologizing for the error, we have
glass at your own price. A
slain both th* compositor and proof­
handsome art calendar for
reader who were responsible for it.
1898 to all our lady custo­
But somehow this doesn't seem to
mers.
help the statements made by the
Record, through whatever motive it We do Engraving.
may have been made, that the in­
W m . F. D if . lschn eider ,
creased amount of bank deposits in­
Jeweler and Optician.
dicated that much more money in
on
Opening Up New Goods.
ROYAL
W orcester
corsets
lu addition to these Corsets, just received direct from New York new Dress
Goods, Trimmings and Linings, Hosiery, Underwear, Mackintoshes, Umbrellas,
Etc.
From Chicago—New Capes and Jackets.
From Michigan—Twenty Dozen of the Famous Kalamazoo Pants. The
manufacturer’s written guarantee is in the pocket of every pair, and it ’s well
known that Apperson makes everything good just as he advertises it. He never
overcharges or allows any misrepresentations of goods he sells.
A WORD ON CORSETS.
Style/ Durability, Fit.
All that their name implies.
You will find at our Corset De­
partment a representative line of
the justly celebrated
ROYAL WORCESTER CORSETS.
It would be folly for us to attempt
to put in print all that might be
said in favor of these goods.
One trial will convince any lady
that they possess merits not found
in the ordinary stock corset.
Prices ranging from $1.00 up­
wards.
From Portland—New supplies of Groceries and
other goods every week.
SPECIAL DRIVE
To close out some lines of our present Hat and
Shoe stock. On these special lines we will abso­
lutely cut prices in twain. This cut is not on all
hats or shoes we have in stock, but only on special
lines. We aim to give bargains in all lines.
A. J. ÄPPERS0N, McMinnville.