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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Jan. 28, 1898)
Entered at the Postoffice in McMinnville,
as Second class matter.
M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, JAN. 28,1898.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 12.00 PER YEAR.
Ono Dollar if paid in advance, Single numbers live cents.
A Worthy Home Institution.
Royal makes the food pure,
The quarterly report of the Oregon Fire
wholesome sud dsli rises,
The following road supervisors were ap
Relief Association is out and shows the
pointed: District No. 24, I. M. Martin;
association to bo in a very flourishing
district 17, A. M. Waddel; district 16,
condition. The rapid growth it is making
Frauk Stout; district 23, P. C. Thoma Text: “I am resolved what to do.”— indicates that the public appreciates the
good work it is doing. The association is
The unjust stewart was iu perplexity.
Iu the matter of a reward for the arrest
backed by more than 5000 property own
of the person or persons who murdered He had been put out of the stewardship, ers, which makes it the strongest finan
G jo . Sager. Ordered and adjudged by the
cial institution in the state, and one of
court that a reward of $250 be and the | He said: “I cannot dig, to beg I am which the promoters might well be proud.
same is hereby offered by the court for ashamed;” aud finally after considering The members are obtaining the very best
the arrest and conviction of the person or the whole situation, be said with decision, and safest of fire insurance at a very
persons who killed the said Geo. Sager. “I am resolved what to do.” The one trifling costas compared to the rates of
great lesson which many of us need to
In the matter of the appointment of learn is the lesson of resolution. We are the insurance trust. The association was
judges and clerks of election for two to a very large extent the arbiters of our organized in 1891, and since that time it
years. Ordered and adjudged by the own fortune; we choose our own course; has paid 24 losses promptly and levied
court that the following persons be and we decide our own destiny. God governs but two assessments, which aggregate
from the Republican, tMumbue, Inti.
they are hereby appointed as judges and the universe, but He governs it by law. only 30 per cent of the cost of a single
Whit« in the neighborhood of Rugby,
Indiana, recently, a reporter was told that low and colorless. She had no strength, and clerks of election for the ensiling two Iu accordance with His laws, we may years’ insurance with the insurance trust.
Mias Clara Hopkins, daughter of Mr. Dennis the least noise irrir ed her, she was so ner- years, the first named judge to be chair
Few persons are in a position to carry
choose our own way. We should take
Hopkins, a prominent farmer of Bartho vous. We bad auuther physician, and he
noval suono powoss oo., naw vox*.
their own insurance and run the risk of
lomew County, had been the subject of a treated her steadily for a year without doing man in each precinct:
remarkable transformation. The reporter her any good. In fact, it seemed that she
Amity—G. M. Allen, Thos. Henderson, own craft. God’s winds and waves and
deciiled to investigate aud learn the par was continually beooming worse. He finally
ticulars. He was driven to Mr. Hopkins’ gave up the case as hopeless, and advised E. P. Wallace, judges; Claude Williams, tides will bear us on to the peaceful port them years to accumulate. To pay the
Cook School Notes.
rates of the insurance trust is a heavy
splendid country home, where he had an us to get Dr. Williams* Pink Pills for Pale Geo. W. Briedwell, clerks.
An unusual visitor, snow.
' if we know how to direct our vessel and
interesting conversation with that gentleman People for her, as he said that they were the
burden and a great drain to our state, but
only thing that would benefit her.
regarding the illness of bis only daughter.
Bellevue—John Henderson, D. B. utilize these forces. The same winds and
Several absent marks are reported this
“ I procured a couple of boxes of the pills,
by means of the O. F. R. A. the loss of
"You have been correctly informed,” said
Air. Hopkins, "for Clara has indeed hau a and fouud that their use helped her con Kiugery, A.J.Houek, judges; Newt Bran I tides may drive us upon the rocks and one risk is distributed among more than week.
severe siege. She tried Dr. Williams’ Pink siderably. She kept on taking them till she son, Wm. Gunniug, clerks.
shoals if we thoughtlessly drift without
Cynda Harris has dropped her studies
7000 others, so that it becomes a burden
Pills for Pale People and they did her more used about a doaeu box««, with the result
Baker Creek—David Stout, C. D. John aim or purpose. A great many people to no one, but on the other hand, it be in the 8th grade.
good than all other medicines together that she that she was entirely well, and since then
ever took. A few boxes of that medicine there has been no symptoms whatever, of her son, Henry Gee, judges; Al. Snyder, J. drift.
They are devoid of resolution.
comes a pleasure to feel that the few
Two tardy marks in three years is bet
accomplish'd the cure of a case in a few old trouble. Dr. Williams’ Piuk Pills are
They have no purpose; they are the vic
months which hud baffled physicians for certainly a wonderful medicine, which did a F. Wisecarver, clerks.
cents that you pay replaces the home of ter than three tardy marks in a half day.
wonderful good in Clara’s oaae, doing what
Carlton—D. W. Laughlin, Wm. Mann tims of chance and circumstance.
some unfortunate member.
“About three years ago her health began several physioianB failed to accomplish.”
Among the visitors for the last week
Many people belong to a certain
All tne elements necessary to give new life ing, Asa Kelsey, judges; F. M. York, J.
to fail. The doctor who attended her said this
has been our ontire board of directors,
church, or to a certain party or sect with
was caused by weak digestion. This produced land richness to the blood and restore shatter T. Fryer, clerks.
Columbus School Notes.
nervousness,which was accompanied by neu ed nerves are contained, in a condensed
Rev. Aleridge, Mrs. M. B. Hendrick,
Checowen—D. P. Trullinger, T. M. out knowing why they do so. Their re Director Hunsaker was a visitor Tues- Mm. E. Briedwell and Misses Cook and
ralgic troubles, which at first was located in form, in Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale
the nerves about the heart. Of course this People. They are also a specific for trou Laughliu, T. W. Perry, judges; A. D. lationships are not due to careful inves day morniug.
Masterson, also County School Supt.
was a dangerous location for any such trouble, bles peculiar to females, such as suppres
tigation and choice, but to accident. They
and she rapidly grew worse, notwithstanding sions, irregularities and all forma of weak Runnels, Richard Baird, clerks.
Guy Bryan was given a surprise party Prentiss.
that the physician was treating her. This ness. In men they effect a radical cure
Dundee—Uriah Badlev, S. L. Parrett,
continued till a year ago last November, ar in all cases arising from mental worry,
chance of birth and they do not seem to Tuesday evening.
Directors Irvine and Nelson, accompa
which time she w as almost constantly confined overwork or exoesses of whatever nature. N. Livengood, judges; John Dunstan, E.
Several pupils are absent from school nied by Rev. Aleridge, paid us a visit
Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills are sold in boxes S. Greer, clerks.
to her bed.
on account of the measels.
“The neuralgia became gradually worse, (never in loose bulk) at 50 cents a box or six
last Tuesday morning. Both directors
West Dayton—8. R. Baxter, B. Gabriel, their circumstances if they will. Such
and finally she was a confirmed victim to it. boxes for $2.50, and way be had of all drug
made a short speech aud then Mr. Irvine
"Nervous prostration set in, ami she was gists, or direct by mail from Dr. Williams’ W. H. Fletcher, judges; J. W. Fletcher,
called upon Rev. Aleridge who respond-
loon all iuu down. Her blood was impure Medicine Company, Schenectady, N. Y.
Henry Bertram, clerks.
The pupils, both large and small, have ed with a ahort BPeech> stating that he
East Daytou—Wm. Clemens, J. T. left high and dry upon soma sterile
enjoyiug the snow, and will proba- waB really proud to think that we have
Gowdy, J. E. Todd, judges; Ed Aider
such good schools in McMinnville.
exercise no control over their own fort bly enjoy bad colds later.
man, J. G. Lewis, clerks.
Fairlawn—S. C. Pearson, Peter Fel
The 10th grade finished physical geog
raphy Tuesday, and are now reviewing There is more Catarrh in this section
lows, Alex Reid judges; John Handley, resolution.
of the country than all other diseases put
Good resolutions precede good deeds. for their final examination.
T. J. Rowland, clerks.
together,and until the last few years was
Lafayette—R. P. Bird, J. E. Hubbard, No good thing was ever accomplished
Last Friday professor offered a prize to supposed to be incurable. For a great
H. E. Mosier, judges; J. L. Vickery,
the pupils of the 10th grade who would
Having bought the
Some people do not believe in making work a certain problem in algebra. There many years doctors pronounced it a local
John Dixon, clerks.
North McMinnville—A. J. Apperson, resolutions. I do. They say, “The way were two in the class worked the prob disease, and prescribed local remedies,
and by constantly failing to cute with
Wm. Campbell, J. D. Baker, judges; J. to bell is paved with good resolutions.” lem.
local treatment, pronounced it incurable.
W. Hobbs, Bert Millsap, clerks.
The new officers of the literary society Science has proven catarrh to be a con
We intend to run an up -to-date drugstore
South McMinnville—J. W. Gault, R.
are: Lester Neal, president; Ray Wise stitutional disease and therefore requires
WE CAN COMPOUND YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS A3 ACCURATELY AND AS
L. Conner, Hi Rummel, judges; J. O. resolutions. The difference is that the carver, vice president; Louisa Maloney,
constitutional treatment. Hall’s Ca
SKILLFULLY AS ANYONE.
Rogers, M. Richardson, clerks.
secretary; Mira Owens, treasurer; Joe tarrh Cure, manufactured by F. J.
Our stock of CHRISTMAS PERFUMES is full and of the best.
North Newberg—J. L. Hoskins, F. H. of resolutions which have been broken Neal, Marshal.
Cheney & Co., Toledo, Ohio, is the only
Our line of COMBS, BRUSIIES and other toilet articles Is complete
Story, H. G. Fox, judges ; A. P. Oliver, by blind impulse, while the way to
constitutional cure on the market. It is
We carry the leading brands of cough syrups and Patent medicine and ask for
heaven is paved with good resolutions
When You Have a Bad Cold
S. J. Lashier, clerks.
a share of your patronage.
taken internally in doses from 10 drop*
South Newberg—Noah Heater, John T. which have been kept, every one.
You want the best medicine that can
There must be decision iu the charac be obtained, and that is Chamberlain’s to a teaspoonful. It acts directly on the
Smith, J. C. McCrea, judges; B. C.
ter. Irresolute people are predestined to Cough Remedy. You want a remedy blood and mucous surfaces of the system.
Miles, Frank Jones, clerks.
by the very fact of their irresolu that will not only give quick relief but They offer one hundred dollars for any
South Sheridan—T. N. Graves, John
case it fails to cure. Send for circulars
Bones, J. F. Wilson, judges; C. B. La- tion. They are as ships without rudder, effect a permanent cure. You want a
and testmonials. Address,
toilette, J. W. Buster, clerks.
remedy that will relieve the lungs and
F. J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O.
North Sheridan—H. H. Winslow, Isaac ward wind and idle wave.
keep expectoration easy. You want a
Sold by druggists, 75c.
Daugherty, Isaac Lambright, judges; R.
remedy that will counteract any ten
was once engaged in a revival meeting dency toward pneumonia. You want a
L. Bewley, P. M. Churchman clerks.
North Yamhill—C.Obye, C. R. Brown, when many young people were coming to remedy that is pleasant and safe to take.
C. V. Kuykendall, judges; C. H. Brown, Christ. Two young ladies who were Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy is the only
Mr. Oswald Grosser has been very sick
“almost persuaded” shook hands and medicine in use that meets all of these
J. T. Patterson, clerks.
of typhoid fever for about three weeks,
Willamette—Smith Stephens, Henry pledged each other that they would not requirements. This remedy is famous
but is now recovering slowly.
Hewitt, E. E. Antrim, judges, J. M. unite with the church during that meet for its cure of bad colds throughout the
Politics is high. A few men here
Kirkwood, T. T. Parker, clerks.
It is radically Republican, advocating J* J* But it can always be relied on J
West Chehalem—Geo. Vinton, J. P. a while longer and in order to strengthen countries. It has many rivals, but, for would like to run for representative on
the cardinal doctrines ox that party for fair and honest reports of all po- ■
with ability and earnestnesso* ¿J-Jt litical tnovcments0*o*0*0*0*0*0*J*O* •
Johnsen, L. W. Harger, judges; A. P. themselves against the appeals of the the speedy and permanent cure of bad the republican ticket. Most of the vo
gospel, they made that resolution. How- colds, Btands without a peer and its splen ters of this precinct are opposed to J; H.
Johnson, W. A. Wheeler, clerks.
THE WEEKLY INTER OCEAN SUPPLIES ALL
Whiteson—A. M. Waddel, T. E. Con many others are doing the same! did qualities are everywhere admired Mitchell.
THENEWSAND BEST CURRENT LITERATURE
ner, Don C. Gates, judges; Chas. Cha Obstinately resisting all saving influen and praised. For sale by 8. Howorth
T..e second term of school in district
ney, C. W. Bennett, clerks.
37 commencerl Monday, the 17th, with
it Is Morally Clean and as a Family Paper Is Without a Peer.
Resolutions fix standards of character.
Willamina—Ed Lamson, Al Dundas,
an attendance of 30—a very good atten
Carat ot Thanks.
The man who has no purpose makes no
dance considering the mountain roads
The Literature of its columns is
progress. We grow toward our ideals.
equal to that of the best maga
and sincere thanks to the people ot Mc and inclement weather. The largest
Iu the matter of the tax levy for 1897.
zines. It is interesting to the chil
Minnville and vicinity for the kindness daily attendance last term was 29.
It is ordered by the court that the levy all. Every step upward which you have and courtesy showu us during our late
dren as well as the parents.........
At our literary society Saturday even
for the taxes of 1897 be and it is made as ever taken has beeu due to a good bereavement.
ing the labor question was discussed by
*T*HE INTER OCEAN is a WESTERN NEWSPAPER,
Governor Wood and Mr. Welch. It was
W m . B lack and F amily .
pentance itself is resolution. Reforma
and while it brings to the family THE NEWS OF
8 State tax............................... .. 3%mills tion
decided that union labor was a detri
THE WORLD and gives its readers the best and ablest
County tax.......................... .. .5^ “
Real Estate Transtors.
ment to the country. The question for
discussions of all questions of the day, it is in full sympathy
Repentance is the deep and absolute re
Week ending Jan. 25th.
with the ideas and aspirations of Western people and
discussion on the 22d is, “Resolved,
discusses literature and politics from the Western standpoint.0*0*
That H. W. Corbett should be seated in
Total.......................... . . . .. Hamills | that you will lead a new life, and works Jacob Grauer et ux to Jule Ego 20
a pt Jno Welch die t3r 2.
$ 400 the U. S. senate.
•■2JVS SI.OO PRICE ONE DOLLAR PER YEAR $1.00 •■«■•«S
bills allowed .
of righteousness follow as the legitimate
Jno Blum A wf to John McLeod60
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THE DAILY AND SUNDAY LDITIOHS OF THE
■ IN I ■
J W Martin supervisor’s salary $ 54 00 result.
a pt Wm Doughty d 1 c.............. 1130
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INTER OCEAN ARE BEST OF THEIR KIND.
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The Condition In India-
Before Christ came the world was
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Lodge No. 43 A F4 AM to
f BllS Price of Daily by mall...............
tl.00 per year 5 || » £
E ditor : May I ask that ths fol
A M Waddel
.. 71 Ö0
B Z Price of Sunday by mall
. . *3 OO per year —
Am Shadden n bf Iot3u2 Masonic
lowing be published? Many times was
q Daily and Sunday by mall
gB.OO per year q TT
.. 26 00 were brought to light by resurrection of
cemetery . ...................................
11 I asked last year whether the heavy fam
J R Forrest
.. 20 uo our Lord, the requirements were changed. G J Shadden et ux to Ammon
The Reporter and Inter Ocean one year for $1.35.
10 00 Paul declared : “The times of this ignor Shadden pt T J Shadden die. 400 ine in India was in parts in which I
worked? To this I said, there is scarcity
W T Hash
120 00 ance God overlooked, but now commands R H Rogers et ux to 8 H Scott %
there, with prices of food very high,
all men every where to repent.” It is [
of lot b blk 7 Hurley A Large’s
OUR CLIBBHO LIST.
The recent census of Japan shows
making it hard for poor people to live,
P C Thomason
.. 70 00 time for us to take charge of ourselves
add to Newberg........................
150 but the heavy famine is farther north and
that in population it has a right to be M Underwood
90 00 and resolve for better things. Do not Grant Nixon et al to W M Kirkpat
We have special arrangements with ¡classed as one of the great nations of W T Hash bridge work............
west, where thousands are being swept
2 00 longer drift. Choose Christ for your pilot; ; rick 30 a in sec 15 t 3 r 2 .....
1 away. This was true then. But this
the following leading publications, . the world. Its inhabitants number Chas Hargrave corduroy.........
Frank G Adams et ux to T J Hays
whereby we are able to offer them in 42,700,000. This is a larger pop T N Faulconer making jury hat
last rainy season for Telugn land was a
fl GO and tide, and He will guide you to the ; lots 3 A 4 blk 2 Chandler's add to
connection with our own at exceedingly ulation than that of France, Eng F R Wilson lumber ................
one, which means that real famine
400 will face those people for months, with,
Ifw rates, as follow«: The R eporter land, Austria-Hungary or Italy.
5 00 Are you resolved what to do?
Nichols A Gabriel, nails
Wm & Anna Blum to T II Smith 40
the high prices of last year to increase,,
J M Crawford, gravel..........
WUftly Inter Ocean. ............
a pt Francis King d 1 c t 3 r 3.
500; and suffering to be intensified. Last
Weekly Excursfans to the East.
Bulou:« Globe-Democrat, remi-weekly...........1.75
week’s three long letters from as many
J T Watsou, bridge work
/New York W««kly Tribune......................
2 00 A tourist sleeping car will leave Port E K A C E Pound to Priscilla E
Collard lot 1 blk J Cozine’s 3d
parts of Madras Presidency picture sad
«Rutel Northwest, Portland, semi-monthly . 1A*|
P C Thomason, road supplies t. U so land every Tuesday at 9 p. m., vis the
with some wells already dry.
•The Rural Northwest is the brightest,
Rogers Bros., drugs ........ ........
17 10 O. R. A N. without change to Boston, Wm T Kutch et ox to
J B Fryer
Prospects are that sufferings will be as
the most practical and useful publication
and under the supervision of experienced
.28 a in Carlton....
great or worse »ban those of the north
no the coast for farmers, dairymen and
I conductors. No change of cars to the
Mr. Elisha Berry, of this place, says he cities Omaha, Chicago, Buffalo or Boston. Mrs. P W Chandler to Jas E Rum
last year, which, readers know was terri
n fruit growers.
never had anything to do him so much The ideal trip to the east is now before
mel blk 6 Chandler’s 2d add to
ble, at\d that loss of life would have been
good aud give such quick relief from ' you. Remember this service «hen go McM ..........................................
greater but for the gracious help sent
You can get perfect satisfaction in pho
rheumatism as • Chamberlain's I’ain ing east, and consult O. R. A N. agents. John Lynch et al to Ada A Hill
by thousands in America and England.
tos at the Excelsior Studio.
Balm. He was bothered greatly with
6637-10000ths a in SCozine’s die
Many readers will read these direct
W. H. H urlburt ,
shooting pains from hip to knee until he General Passenger Agt., Portland, Or.
03 statements with interest. Telugn land is
ELY*« CREAM BALM U a positive cure. used this liniment, which affords prompt
John Rhodes to G L Williams et ux
Madras Presidency, where I was.
Apply into the nostrils, It Is quickly absorbed. W
relief.—B. F. B aker , druggist, St. Paris,
Take your prescriptions to Hill’s to lots3A4 blk 1 Rhodes’ add to
cents st Drnsglsu or by mail ; samples 10c. by maxi
KLY BROTHERS, M Wirren St, New York CÄJ. | Ohio.
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Fur sale by 8. Howorth A Co.
have them filled.
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Farmer Hopkins’ Evidence.
HE TELLS ABOUT THE SUFFERING OF HIS
A Victim of Nervous Prostration and Neuralgia.
Saved After Her Physician Abandoned Hope.
Come This Way
' Outline ot n Practical Sermou by
Rev. Frank Pswsil, Bunday,