The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, December 24, 1897, Image 8

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    LOCAL NEWS.
Art
J. H. Nelson, dentist.
Photografs
of the World
An Album of
rare Photographs
Of the Wonders
of the Universe.
512 Pages. IO .XI2’, Inches. Weight O'
lbs.
The World’s Storehouse has given up its choicest historic
Treasures for this Book.
From the’Subjects at Large We Name a Few:
N ew - YORK C ity : East River Docks, New North River Bridge, Vanderbilt Residences. BoaTON:
Commonwealth Avenue, Boston Common, Faneull Hall. S cenes in the R ockies and 1 Kttow-
stone I’lHE C ai . ieoknu
-Mirror Lake, Summit Rock. Big Trees, Yosemite Valley. Lick Observa­
tory, Stanford University, Chinatown, etc. M exico Cathedrals. Bull Fighters, etc. S outh
A merica Statues. Cathedrals und Cemeteries H awaii : Balaevs. Groves, etc. I ndia : Great
Buddha, Tai Mahal, Temple of 500 Gods, Golden Pagoda. Temples, Mausoleums, Ruins. T he H oi . v
L and Baafbec, Damascus, Street ■ Straight,'' Jails, Mount of Olives, Gethsemane, Jerusalem. Solo­
mon's Temple. Bethlehem, River Jordan, bead Bea etc. A ikiua Egyptian Seelies, Temples,
Pyramids. Ancient Cemeteries, S pain : Gibraltar, Seville, Mosque ol Cordova, Alhambra, Court ot
Lions I tai . v Naples and Ml. Vesuvius. Interior ot San Martino, most richly decorated church In
the world, Pompeii, Pantheon. Forum. Coliseum, Statuary, Paintings, Tombs, Cathedrals, etc., etc..
Beanwill Venice, St. Mark's Church. Bridge of Sighs, Giant's staircase, Leaning Tower, Columbus
Monument al Genoa, etc P aris : Notre Dame, Trocadero, Elttel Tower. The Madelaine, Hotel de
Ville, Grand Opera House. Arch ot Triumph. Louvre Gallery, Paintings, statuary, Tomba, Palaces.
Interiors, etc. B elgium , H olland , S witzerland mid all their Treasures. G ermany : National
Museum, Statue ot Frederick the Great, Royal Palace. Interior Royal Mausoleum; Dresden Gallery,
Sistine Madonna, Cologne Cathedral, The Passion Play, Vienna. St. Stephen's Church. P anoram a
or C onstantinople : Mosques, Tombs, etc R ussia : Moscow, St. Petersburg, Royal Museum, St.
Isaac's Cathedral. Royal Palace. G reat B ritain : Shakespeare’s Theatre and House, Keswick,
Warwick Castle. Durham Cathedral, Trafalgar Square, St. Paul's, Westminster, House of Parlia­
ment, Towers of London, Liverpool Itocks. S cotland : Ellen's Isle, Stirling Castle, John Knox
House, Edinburgh, Holyrood Castle, Sackville Street. Dublin, etc., etc.
Call on W id . F. Dielachneider for holi­
day goods.
Great reduction in furs nt Mrs. bar­
ren’s.
W. C. Arthur has the job of building a
neat farm cottage for Pratt Sitton, which
will go up as soon as the weather settles.
S. Brutacher, ono of the solid men of
Newberg, «as in to see us last Saturday.
Mr. Brutscher was a member of the
board of county commissioners several
years ago.
Call and try A. D. Hoskins on boot,
shoe aud harness repair «ork.
One
door south of Transcript office.
He is
here to stay with us.
tf
Themes at Christian church next Lord’s
| day: “Patient Continuance in Well Do­
ling’’at 11 a. m., and “Temptation” at
7 :30 p. m.
Mrs. Warren was in Portland )a6t week
and selected a complete line of ready­
made underclothing.
1-2
Addie Braly was over from bis Tilla­
mook ranch the first of the week. The
coast climate apparently agrees with him,
having run his avoirdupois up to 190.
Frank Brown,"the superintendent of
Oak Hill stock farm, writes us that lie
shipped a carload each of fat cattle and
sheep last week to meet the Portland de­
mand for extra choice Xmas roasts.
All the regular services at the Cumber­
It is the only book ever executed in Photographic Colors at land Presbyterian church next Sabbath.
Sermon subjects :* morning, “Agencies in
Popular Prices.
the Lord’s Work;” evening, “The Set­
A liberal educalion in World’« History acquired while being entertained. A trip around the world ting Star and the Rising Sun.” All are
in an hour. Hie delights ot travel without its discotnfoils . its benefit without its
expense
cordially welcomed.
The book is printed on the very finwt grad«« of super-sized and super calendered and heavy enam­
eled book paper, made es|air1aily for this book, and bound in the richest bindings.
After hearing some friends continually
praising Chamberlain’s Colic, Cholera
PUBLISHERS’ PRICE.
and Diarrhoea Remedy, Curtis Fleck, of
Silk Cloth. Side ami Back, Stamped in Gold .......................................................... $3.25 Anaheim, California, purchased a bottle
of it for his own use and is now as en­
The Reporter one year and a copy of this Artistic work thusiastic over its wonderful work as any
for'$2.75.
one can be. The25 and 50 cent sizes for
sale by 8. Howorth & Co.
Some of our people have been indulg­
ing in the luxury of bear meat this week.
Mr. Mattliies dressed a fine fat yearling
that was trapped by Mr. Odell, who lives
up in the foothills northwest. It weighed
12(1 pounds after the entrails were re­
moved and had a hide that would make
un ideal Klondike overcoat.
Cbc
practical
Dome
physician
The Baptist denomination of this city
han a membership roll <>f which it can
justly be proud. It leads without doubt
all other denominations in respect to
numbei's, the 200 mark having just been
passed, and it is still growing. Forty
members have been added in the eight
months since Rev. King took up the
pastoral work, which is gratifying evi-
Cotored Tralee of 64 77/edecinal dence of the efficiency of his labors.
The steamer Grey Engle is now mak­
Plante.
ing regular trips between McMinnville
and Portland, coming up on Wednes­
days, Fridays and Sundays, and going
down on Tuesdays, Thursdays mid Sat­
urdays. She is owned and operated as
an independent boat bv the Chas. K
Lithograph Manikins of the Body and of the Head, in layers Spaulding Logging Co. of Newberg.
They are home people, who upend their
to dissect showing all organs in their
money in developing Yamhill interests,
proper positions and colors.
and they deserve your patronage.
Mr. F. Brown, manager of Chas,
Ladd’s Oak Hill stock farm in Yamhill
county, Ore., returned this week with a
carload of blooded stock which he pur­
chased from the best herds in the east-
Mr. Brown’s purchase consisted of Short­
horn cattle and Cotswold and Southdown
sheep. Tie purchased one bull calf 12
months old and one three-year-old heifer
from the well-known herd (Crtiickshanks)
of II. F. Brown of Minneapolis, Minn,
and one bull calf 14 months old from the
herd of Forbes Bros., Ilenery, III. This
last purchase was a prize winner through­
out the western states this year. He al­
so bought ten head of pure bred Cots­
wold and three head of Southdown sheep
from the flock of Parks, Pelton <& Doug­
las, Ontario, Canada. One of the bucks,
a yearling, was a prize w inner this year
over the border line. Oak Hill farm is
already well stocked with Shorthorn cat­
tle, Cotswold and Southdown sheep, but
the infusion of new blood is al ways a val­
uable acquisition to’any herd in order to
keep them up to the highest individual
standard. Mr. Brown is of the opinion
that in Oregon there can be found as
good blood as on the average farm back
there, and if our breeders would pay the
same attention here in feeding and care
as there, our stock would compare favor­
ably with theirs in the show ring. All
kinds of live stock in the middle west is
looking up, says Mr. Brown, and espec-
cially is this true of good horses. While
in Chicago he attended some of the sales
there and good, serviceable draft horses
weighing from 1400 to 1090 pounds went
like hot cakes at from $125 to $200 each,
an increase over last year of about 40 per
cent. Draft stallions there are moving
up to old-time prices of from $1000 to
$1500 each, and the time is near at band
when this class of horses will Lie hard to
find.—Rural Spirit.
9bo D rops
THAT THE
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SIGNATURE
.'•k FreparationlorAs-
sini ii.: j Food find Reg da­
ting llie Siomudis andBowels of
Promotes Digestion,Cheerful­
ness and Rest.Con tains neither
Opium,Morphine nor Mineral.
N ot N arcotic .
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Worms .Convulsions,Feverish­
ness and LOSS OF SLEEP.
Tac Simile Signature of
VTEW YORK.
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EXACT COPY OF WRAPPER.
For Sale—A good horse, phaeton and
harness, cheap. Inquire at this office.
Will take good milch co«’ in exchange.
A party having a number one milch
cow for sale may find a buyer by inquir­
ing at this office.'
CastoiU h put up in one-ahe Lotties only. It
is not sold lu bulk. Don’t allow anyono to soil
you anythin» else on the plsa or promiso that it
is “just as good" and “will answer every pur­
pose.”
Ece that you get C-A-S-T-O-R-I-A.
Th; fio-
clniile
la on
dgtiture
wrippir.
of
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BORH
The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian
one year for $2, strictly in advance.
SEPTEMBER
18,
Consumption
1841
For More Than Fifty-Six Years it has Never Failed in its
Weekly Visits to the Homes of Farmers and
Villagers Throughout the United States.
Catarrh invariably leads to consump­
tion. Growing worse and worse each
winter, those who rely upon the usual
treatment of sprays, washes and inhal­
ing mixtures find that it is impossible
to check the disease with these local
applications which only reach the sur­ IT HAS faithfully labored for their prosperity aud happi­
face. The offensive discharge increases
ness, for the improvement of their business and
all the while, and gets deeper until it is
only a question of a short time when
home
interests, for education, for the elevation of
the lungs are affected.
American manhood and true womanhood.
The importance of the proper treat­
ment can therefore be readily appre­
ciated. But no good whatever can be IT HAS told at the fireside, interesting and instructive sto­
expected from local applications, as
ries of the doings of the world, the nation and states.
such treatment never did cure Catarrh,
and never will. Being a ’blood disease IT HAS advised the farmer as to the most approved methods
of the most obstinate nature, Swift’s
of cultivating and harvesting his crops, and the
Specific (S.S.S.) is the only remedy
which can have the slightest effect upon
proper time to convert them into the largest possible
Catarrh. It is the only blood remedy
amount of money.
B. F. Allumbnngh of North Yamhill that goes down to the bottom of all stub­
1157 Pages.
Size 6 1-4 .v 9 i*4 inches.
purposes to start for the Klondike about born diseases which other remedies
IT HAS led in all matters pertaining to the welfare of farm­
Weight, 5 1-4 lbs.
Thickness 33*4 inches.
the 12th of January. He is not going •annot reach.
ers and villagers, and for over half a century has
Mrs.
Josephine
Polhill,
of
Due
West,
Nineteen pages of Alphabetical Index. An Index of Symptoms, so vou can tell with the expectation of digging great S. C., writes:
held their confidence and esteem.
wealth out of the hills, but the move is
what ails yon. Complete list of Medicinea, telling «hat each is good for,
“I had such a severe case ol
and ho« milch of each to take lor a dose The Prescriptions are
prompted largely by the hope of improv­ Catarrh that I lost my hearing in one It is the New York Weekly Tribune, and we furnish it with The
all written in Plain English, Ho vou can copy them and
ear, and part of the bone in my nose
ing his wife’s health
Reporter
get them tilled without going ton doctor. It
sloughed off. I was constantly treated
saves its cost in one case of la Grippe
Oh mv ,look at this' A new boot and
with spiays and
1 YEAR Vou $1.25.
shoe and harness shop in one. Door
washes, but each CASH IN ADVANCE.
Address all orders to
winter
the
disease
south of the Transcript office and every­
AUTHORS.
seemed to have a
reporter
thing kept in the harness line. All work
firmer hold on me.
JZonry 77/. tCyman. -7Í 77/. 77/ 7>.
guaranteed. Boots and shoes made and
IVrite
your
name
and
address
on
a
postal
card,
send
it
to
Geo.
W.
Best
Tribune Office x.n
I had finally been
’W
declared incurable lorli City, aud a sample copy of The New York Wfekly Tiibuue will be mailed to you.
Prof, of Physiology ami Nervous Diseases in Rush Medical College, Chicago. repaired. Ladies shoe work a specialty
when I decided to
and prices to suit all. A. D. Hoskins, tf
try S. S. S.
It
C á ret tea» Penyer, Ji. 77/. 77/. 7).
seemed to get right
The Southern Pacific Company have
Surgeon In Chief, Emergency and German Hoepitale. Chicago.
at the seat of tie
placed on sale round trip tickets to Port­
disease, and cured me permanently,
CHURCHES
VIA
W. U. SB»lf,.l<i. Jt. 77/. 77/. 7).
land and return from following stations, for I have had nc touch of Catan h
B avtibt —Services Sunday 11 a. in. and
Secretary Chicago Polyeiinlc ami Surgeon Proctor Memorial Free Hospital. tickets good for two days: from McMinn­ for seven years.”
7:30 p. in ; Sunday school 9 :50 a m.; the
Chicago.
The experience of Mr. Chas. A. Par ’, young people’s sooietv 6:15 pm
~
Prayer
ville, rate $3.00; Whiteson. rate $3.4(1 ;
of
Athens,
Ga.,
was like that of ail meeting ihursday 7 30 p. m. Covenant
Jtf. Wott,r Jones. Ji. 77/. 77/ 7).
Amity, rate $3.60; McCoy, rate $4.00;
meeting
first
Thursday
evening
before
the
OF THE
others who vainly seek a cure in local
Specialist in Obstétrica and Diseases of Women and Children, London, Eng­ Derrv, rate $4.50.
first Sunday of each nionlli.
treatment. He says:
land.
It. W. K ino , Pastor.
“For years I suffered from a severe
Tom Jones, who works in the C. K.
_
The book contains about 200 pages on Diseases of Women and Children,
case of Catarrh, the many offensive
M ethodist E piscop u.-Services every
This department is illustrated in a auppplemental pamphlet of 32 pages, pl, laced in Spaulding logging camp over beyond symptoms being ac­
Sabbath 11 00 a. m. and 7 ¡30 p. tn. Sunday
a pocket made inside the cover of the book.
North Yamhill in the Coast Range companied by severe
school 9:30 a m. Prayer meeting 7 00 p
Express Trains Lcave Portland Daily
n. Thursday. D. T. Si mmebvillk , Pastor.
mountains, met with an accident that pains in the head. I
C
vmb
.
P
rksbyterian
—
Services
every
Sab
­
r. — J-BAVE.
ARRIVE
came very near being fatal,
While out look several kinds of
PUBLISHERS PRICE.
bath II IHI» in and 7:30 p. in. Sunday Portland......... ’• 00 P M | Ban Francisco. 7 45 A M
nedicints recorn-
lehooi 9 3Oa. in. Y. P. C. E., Sunday 6 :'M sen F ruuciscoA uu P M I Portland........... 9:J0A M
on a dam that had been recently built nended for Catarrh,
Silk Cloth, Gohl and Pinin Stamping, Marbled Edgea
$4 .75 the structure gave way and the volume
m. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7 :30 p. in.
ind used various local
Above trains stop at all stations between Port­
E E. T hompson , Pastor. i land
mid Salem, Turner. Mnrlon, Jefferson
ipplications, but they
The Reporter one year and a copy of this magnificent of water carried him with the floating rad
Services in the Christian church : Preach- Albany, Tangent, Shedds, Halsev, Harrisburg
no effect whatev­
/,"ti
1
'",' ' J,'5 ’,, »"“«’• Cottage Grove, Drain
mgeverv
Lord's
day
at
11
a
in.
and
7:30
ilogsdown
the
rocky
lied
of
the
stream
work for #3.15.
er. I was induced tox
from K"scburg to Ash-
p in Young people's meeting at 6 :30 p. tamdînclusîve*11
with a mighty rush for a distance of half ake S. S. S. (Swift’s
in. Sunday School at 9:45 a. ni. Prayer
Roseburg
.Ylafl
Dally.
a mile, before lie could lie rescued by the specific) and after four months I was meeting Thursday, 7:30p in.
LEAVE
ARRIV’E’
perfectly well, and have never felt any
other
hands.
Besides
being
F.
A.
P
owell . Pastor.
nearly
Portland........ tpno a M | Ros burg........ 5 *20 P M
50 YEARS’
WOOD WORKER.
effects
of
the
disease
since.
”
S
t
.
J
ime
*
E
piscopal
C
hurch
—
Lay-Ser
­
Bowburg...... 7:30 A M | Portland.
4 .30 P M
drowned be was badly bruised up, but
EXPERIENCE
Those
who have had the first vices even Sunday at 11 o'clock a. in.
pn HOFF,
the attending physician thinks he will touchof Catarrh will save endless suf­
t I ame - C atholic —First st., between
pull through.— Newberg Graj4«ic.
fering by taking the right remedy at the U S and
PULl.MKN * ßUppgT
H. Sunday school 2 30 p. m. Ves-
outset. Others who have for years ;>ers 7 80. Bervices once a month.
SLEEPERS
Why stiffer with coughs, colds and 1 h - sought relief and found only disappoint­
T. B riodt , Pastor
w ill
your Huggies a im I YV mkoii * nuknufiir- grippe when Laxative Bromo Quinine ment in local treatment will find it wise
W. C T. U—Meets on every Fri­
mrv otber Furniture, Book chmv *, WAndrotM**, ' will cure yon in one dsv. I»oes not pro­ <9 waste no further time on sprays, day at 3 p. in. in reading room. Union SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS,
HiNckt’ts, Whatnot* and all kind» or wood work
THAOt M*HKS
washes, inhaling mixtures, etc., which block
A nna B. H enderson , Pres.
Attached to all Through Trains.
duce the ringing in the head like sul­ are only temporary, and cannot save
D csions
E da Mtua. Sec’y
YY est Side Division.
Two Door.« East of City Stables.
C opyright « A c
phate of quinine. Put op in tablets con­ them from dreaded
Consumption
BETWEEN
PORTLAND
a ND CORVALp?
Anyone «•iKttn» a «ketch and deecrtpilon m«r
SECRET ORDERS.
quickly a*cert«ln «>ur opinion free whether an
venient for txking. Guaranteed to cure They should take a remedy which will
Mail Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
lu vent Dm la probably patentable f'ommunlea
K
kowi F-S CHArria No, 12. O. E. 8—Meets st
cure
them
because
it
can
reach
their
A
McMinnville
hoy
who
had
ten
cents
or
inonev
reliinded
J
‘
ri<
e
25
cents.
For
Ihaia strictly confidential. Handbook on Patenta
Masonic hall the Al and «th Monday evening
trouble. S.S.S. is the only blood retne- tn
••nt fraa. (»bleat agency for aecuring patent»
Portland
to spend for Christina«, bought four pret­ sale by Kogers Bros.
each month. Uniting member* cordial I v tn-
Ar I 5:50 p JI
38mt>
Patenta taken throuvh Miinu A t o. recelva
dy
which
can
reach
Catarrh;
it
promptly
McMinnville
L
nteit
MYRTA APPERSOX W M.
Lv I 3d« P M
•pecMl notkf, without chante. In the
ty respectable presents. Being aekvd
Corvallis
Lv
Lv I 105 f» y
R.
L.
CONNER.
Sec
g«U
st
the
very
bottom
of
the
disease,
H the
itor of the Gra-s Valley Jour­
bv his mother who waited on him, he
*nd cures it permanently.
A. o I W —Charity Lodjre No. 7 meet» tint and
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
nal had a t, hull pup, he would bs.k
Fridays of each month. 7
p. m. Lodge trains
S.S.S- (Swift s Specific) is a real blood (bird
I.nrreet <lr>
replied “The voting Mr ----- , most of
A handaomelv Illustrated week I r
of Ur. Central A Extern Ry.
*
ruom
in I nion block.
after it and n<4 allow it to run around remedy, and cures the most obstinate
any ecienttWc tournai
«er»»«». e» «•
E. F SUTHERLAND. M \V
the time."
month«. 91 Hold by all newadealer«.
Express Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
J. D RAKER. Recorder.
10
town all night, and he «looks if he had cases of Catarrh, Rheumatism, Conta­
gious Blood Poison, Cancer, Scrofula
Yamhill Lo ire Xo. 10 P of H meets in Union t.ótì P M ! Lv
.«’ b ™—»
a
law
the
Imy
wouldn't
he
turiu-«i
|ix**e
Portland
Ar i a-oK a u
>«<.•. f» K St. Waahlncton, n C.
and Eczema, which other so-called blood tia!l M‘cond and fourth Friday evening* of eacb
v
'r . M> Mitinville
I,v ¿ài A M
at n lender age to go to the devil, while rcinedie« have no effect upon whatever. month.
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M
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r
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In
,
’
’
Pen'lenc-
L
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(Trrta P ort N o . V—Meer« the «eennd and fourth
the dog IS kept Iip that he mav not go S.S.S. is the Cijly blood remedy guaran­ ^aCnntay
T. D Heiulemnn |Jaced thia office nu
of
each
month
in
Union
ball
at
¡0:30
.
Direct
connection
ai
San
Fram
esco
».th oiJL
I astrsv
a m. on second Saturday and at lu O a m on > dental and Oriental ani!
Fu. m.s
( lì . ii
. Ài*
Al all etents the l>4 flight to teed
and Pm
me if.
1 steamship
drr ohligatione Tuesday bv | resenting a
Uh satuMey. All member» of the order are I l,pnp7i^,J.nAP'S
H,SA
)»•
given
an
equal
showing
with
the
do«
’
•ord.
a
Uy
Invited
to
attend
our
meeting*.
big basket of apples
The fruit was
For Infants and Children.
E F. M assimo . Commanded
picked from I lie trees Dea*. 20<l>; and the
R F. C lvbixb . Adjl.
Tb. fio­
chffling it leeeived seems to have added
E lvira A- fmbly N o 1R. U sttid A rtiram »— JR ALI A can be obtained fFcm, t; A Wilcox
and contains no mercury, potash or
ttai;«
"Ucox,
Me* t flrM and third Monday night* of each niontb • Ticket Agent .McMinnville
««wars
ether dangerous mineral.
some excellerx e of flavor.
c. h . M arkham ,
at 7 JO p in in Union block
Books will be mailed free by SvnR
W G HENDERSON. M. A.
Gen. Freight and Passenger Arent.
.Nsw fancy silks at Appereou a.
Specific Company, Atlanta, Georgia.
J. W. BOXES. Bee.
tt 1 R. KOEHLER, Manager.
__ ____ .......
LOCAL DIRECTORY
EAST AND SOUTH
The Shasta Route
P atents
DINING CARS ON OGDEN BOUTE.
WOOD WORKER
Scientific American
K Co
New York
CASTORIA
Purely Vegetable
.