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Yamhill County Reporter
F. H. BAKNHAIIT, Editor A Propr.
J. G. ECKMAN, Associate Editor.
Subscription $1.00 Per Year.
infrequent, and have been carried to
the extent that disinterested people
have come to believe that faith in
their so-called political principles is
PEOPLE KM)U IT.
to reason. They will not set them
selves up against the conquerors of
1 am accountable to the people.—Gove.
the power they sought to conquer,
nor turn against those who bring F. E. Rogers will attend the national
them the deliverance and the freedom C. E. convention at Nashville, leaving
next Tuesday in company with Chas. 1*.
I TAKE NOTICE!
Remember the recital at Carlton, Fri
day evening, June 24th, by Miss Jenson,
We have just received 285 MEN’S ALL-WOOL
a former college student. Admission 15
SUITS, which we will put on sale at
cents, children ten cents.
Rev. A. L. Black was recently ordained
pastor of the Baptist church at Newberg 6
$6, $6,50, $7 and $8.
and will serve the church during his sum-1
mer vacation from college.
All these suits are worth from $2 to $2.50 more,
H. D. Burdett is building a dryer to X but to sell them off quick we will sacrifice our prof-
haudle the product of his prune orchard,
which promises to be large. It will have 0 its and will close them out at the above prices.
We also have thousands of other suits at lower
a present capacity of 300 bushels a day. X
higher prices, and in connection with our big
The right to worship is fully protected, I
but what about the church row and tur X Clothing Department we have added
moil? Ought it not to Ire torn down and
stamped out of existence by the people ? I
A Fine Tailoring- Department,
Lewis R. Aiderman has returned to ’
his home at Dayton, after graduating at
so you can surely get a perfect fit.
the state university. He was accom- i
panied by Prof. C. E. Woodson, assistant
professor in history.
R. Jacobson & Co.
One of the finest bouquets ever assem
bled was displayed in Wm. Dielscbnei-
der’s jewelry window early in the week.
Dry Goods and Clothing.
It was the gift of Doc. Nelson’s new
The Leading Store.
baby to the Treble Clef clnb in return
for a serenade.
Copies of the new official roster of the ♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦♦
Oregon regiment prepared by Miss Smith ♦
of Portland, have been received by mem ♦
bers of the Emergency Corps, who re ♦
gard them as very tine, The book Helle
at 50 cents.
Is fast becoming a household friend. It is far ♦♦
Messrs. Galbreath, (loucher and
better than the many patent nostrums now 011 the ♦ ♦
Wright have sold the product of their ♦
market for the relief of scalds, burns, wounds, ♦ ♦
large prune orchards west of town to W.
sprains or bruises, toothache, rheumatism, neural ♦♦
A. Howe. The prunes are to be picked
gia. We buy only the best, made by E. E. Dick ♦ *
by the purchaser and will be hauled to
his dryers at Carlton.
inson & Co., and fully recommend it as a valuable ♦ ♦
Prof. J. M. Garrison of Forest Grove
household remedy. Witch Hazel and Alcohol ♦♦
has organized a writing class at the Co
mixed half and half works wonders fbr soreness ♦ ♦
lumbus school building. The Professor
has a reputation as instructor in pen 4
manship that insures him a class wher
ROGERS BROS. Registered Pharmacists.
ever he offers bis services.
McMinnville and Yamhill county
in general are progressing well and
This war will benefit the country
the trade in all branches is steadily in other ways than thbse which are
growing in dimensions. A little ordinarily considered. It will for
advertising will help. The resources ever prevent the recurrence of the
of Yamhill county have not been de ! condition of unreadiness in which
I the present conflict found us. Two
scribed in detail for some time, and . I war balloons, it is reported, have
FRIDAY, JUNE 21, 189S,
we think that now would be an op | just been bought in France, will be
portune time to let our Eastern peo- j in readiness for active use in a few
L ieut . H obson can smile at Cer- pie know of the many natural ad days, and will be sent to the army
vera in his own captivity, and say: vantages of Yamhill county.
which is about to invade Cuba. A
“There are others.”
of smokeless powder, it is
Mr. L. A. Kickoff, a gentleman
from another source, is be
who has had large experience in the
T he democrats, populists and sil
as rapidly as possible,
preparation of descriptive literature
ver republicans have effected a unan
in California and elsewhere, and to be used instead of the older kind
imous union of forces in Minnesota, I
who comes to us with a proposition still employed in the navy, The
Nebraska and Kansas, says the Rose
that is apparently fair and equitable factories which manufacture the
burg Review. It might have added:
Krag-Jorgenson rifle, the gun which
“And with a glowing prospect of toward all parties concerned, with is used by the infantry of the regu-
meeting the same fate they ’met in out being extortionate in the least, I | lar army, are being rushed to such an
lias arranged with us to issue a spec
ial edition of The Reporter about \ extent that if the war should last
• ten or twelve months longer enough
G eer ' s majority for governor over July Sth. 4<MH> copies of not less ' of these guns would be on hand to
King is III,504. Tongue’s majority than twelve pages will be issued. It supply all the volunteers with it, as
for congress is 2,022. Moody's in will be a concise,matter-of-fact state I i well as all the insurgents who are
the second district 6,660.
Geer’s ment of the resources of the city and likely to be found.
vote leads the balance of the state county, the state of trade, price of
Aside altogether from the settle
ticket by about 3,000. The prohibi land, and special mention of the ment of the Cuban problem forever,
tion vote on governor was 2,213; mid- industries and business houses. It and from the acquisition of the Phil
will not be illustrated to any great
dle-of lhe-road populist, 2,866.
extent, but simply facts without ex ippines and Porto Rico which the
war will bring, it will show us what
T he question is being quite gener aggeration. This will make a splen we lack in the way of national de
ally discussed in many quarters did medium to send to friends in any fense, and will incite us to supply it
whether this war with Spain is for part of the country, as it will faith
for the future. The country was
liberty and humanity or for $500,- fully represent the business inter
very far from being ready for war
000,000 interest-bearing bonds.— ests in such a manner that readers when war came. The men, in con
Roseburg Review. Without ques
gress and out of it, who shouted
tion it is not for the more than five represented, as well as by the de
earliest, longest and loudest for
million interest-bearing scriptive matter.
There have been frequent calls war, were the men who howled down
bonds issued in time of peace during
all attempts urged by patriotic and
the Cleveland administration, which from abroad lately for information
sagacious persons to make adequate
the Review helped to foist upon the
preparation for war if it should
Opposite R. Jacobson & Co.
country. It is cheeky, not to say hill county, and there is need of some
“I think DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve
come. These men opposed every
unpatriotic, for an organ of this kind good local advertising matter to
addition which has been made to the is the finest preparation on the market
to say anything against the ex meet the demand, which it is the de
for piles,” So writes John C. Dunn, of
sign of this special edition to fur navy, and prevented many additions Wheeling, W. Va. Try it and you will
penses of war.
which were urged, and which, if think the same. It also cures eczema
would have enabled us to have and all skin diseases. Rogers Bros.’
T he war tax may seem hard on
out of Cuba without the Pharmacy.
A VOMIRLE CONTINGENCY.
those industries upon which it falls
firing of a shot on our side, or to John Crimmins calls and gives uh the
Is the Road to Travel
heaviest, yet expenses of war have to
ended the war in two weeks if correct list of the officers elected by the
I t was announced Tuesday that the
be met. What seems particularly
Spain refused to get out peaceably. Indian war veterans. They are: Lee
Whether it leads to wealth or not, economy is the safest road
hard in this connection is the spend insurgents in the Philippines under
to travel. By economy we do not mean stinginess; we do not *«i
ing of something like $20,000 for Aguinaldo have declared their inde They defeated, right along until the Laughlin, captain; G. L. Rowland, first I
mean that you shall consider a low-priced shoe the one to buy. 'J'
medals and gem-st udded swords as pendence. The significance of the
The most economical shoe buyer is the one that sees to it
tenant; Geo. Olds, commissary sergeant;
tokens of appreciation to Dewey and move was not understood, and some increase the regular army to a figure Barney McPhillips, bugler; J. C. Cooper,
first, that the shoes are of good quality; second, that they are
fairly priced. Common sense leads the real economist to pass
his men. Not a whit would we de apprehension was felt that it might which would insure national safety. orderly sargeant; R. L. McMillan, color
. by the trashy footwear so frequently offered at prices that are X
preciate their valor, but the soldier complicate matters, if they should The trivial increase of the army bearer.
* little, but not low. I have shoes that will meet the require- *•*
who would assert himself by refusing undertake to assume control of the which the spur of actual war extort The chief burgess of Milesburg, l’a.,
r ments of the economical buyer. They combine good quality,
such extravagance with the sugges islands as against the rights of both
¡r style and fit at a medium price. Come in and see.
says DeWitt’s Little Early Risers are the
tion that the money be applied to the Spaniards and Americans. It stipulation which seeks to reduce best pills he ever used in his family dur
t Sign of the Big Boot.
p. DIEL i SCHNEIDER.
more necessary war expenses, would appears, however, from later infor the army to its old line after the war ing forty years of housekeeping. They
Boots and Shoes.
cure constipation, Bick headache and
make himself twice a soldier in the mation, that there is an understand ends.
All this will be prevented in the stomach and liver troubles. Small in
moral courage and business-like ing between Commodore Dewey and
The blindness, cowardice size but great in results. Rogers Bros.’
statesmanship displayed. There is the insurgents and that the latter do
kept the navy down Pharmacy.
too much of this rewarding of men at not object to American occupancy
All kinds of Fine,
D. A. SMITH'S Allkindaof
and Jewelry for sale at
Lieutenant Frank Rennie’s applica
public expense because they see lit to
hard times prices.
“Some fear is also expressed lest held the army far below the level of tions for enlistment are as follows: F. E. old Watches re
do their duty.
paired and made
the insurgents disregard Admiral
to run as good
T he American Economist of last Dewey, seize Manila, establish an now. One of the arguments of the rish, B. F. Shirer, J. Wise, R. II. Brown,
as new at
week has extended interviews with independent government of their
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOFFICE.
8. Cooper, H. Earl, B. Kellogg, F.
Congressmen Tongue and Ellis and own and crowd us out of the islands navy has been that such things are
Crampton, Claude Huddleston, R. Spark,
Commissioner Hermann on the Ore altogether. This danger seems to be unrepublican and are a menace to F. C. Miller, E. Wright, W. A. Mellin
gon election. The last named gen much exaggerated. There is no in liberty. Another argument equally ger, J. Williams, Thus. H. Rogers, B. A.
tleman says: “The people who went dication that the insurgents have childish is that a country with 70,- Deach, H. B. Graves, J. G. White and
to the polls in Oregon last Monday any such plan. They have not or (100,000 of inhabitants and over $70,- C. S. Magill. The 14 recruits called for
felt better than they did two years ganized a civil government and pro 000.000,0(H) of wealth, as the United by the government as McMinnville’s
L. E. WALKER, Proprietor.
ago. They were freer from debt, claimed its independence, as have States has, needed neither standing quota will be taken soon from among
and had more property and far more the Cubans. They have simply re army nor navy. These big figures of these applicants.
A free-trade volted against tyranny, the inquisi population and national resources I was seriously afflicted with a cough
Fresh and Cured Meats.
party in fusion with depreciated tion ‘and devildoms of Spain.’ What would, they contended, protect it for several years, and last fall had a more
Garden Seeds in Package and Bulk.
money advocates did not bring pros they will do after they have turned from assault. Neither of these idi severe cough than ever before. I have
Highest price paid for Poultry and Produce.
perity, but a progressive, advanced out the Spaniards is an open ques ocies will have any standing in the used many remedies without receiving
Hides and Tallow bought.
and protective party under wise and tion. They themselves have left it court of public opinion hereafter. much relief, and being recommended to
patriotic leaders did bring a marvel open. Two things bearing upon it, The present war, though against an try a hottie of Chamberlain’s Cough
ous change, and the result finds ex however, they well know
One is, antagonist contemptibly weak, has Remedy, by a friend, who knowing me
to be a poor widow, gave it to me, I tried
pression in such demonstrations us that they would not easily have over shown that great population and im
it and with the most gratifying results.
we have witnessed in Oregon, and thrown the Spaniards, if at all. had mense wealth, unless when they are The first bottle relieved me very much
dollar that is worth 1(10cents all over
as will be witnessed in many other not Dewey come to Manila, destroyed transmuted into fighting ships and and the second has absolutely cured me.
the world, and also the opportunity
In the history of American politics to earn that dollar, which is to say
close states until both branches of the Spanish fleet and blockaded the fighting men. would leave a nation I have not had as good health for twen
congress will in another twelve port against reinforcements. The as powerless as the giant China ty years. Respectfully, Mrs. Mary A. it would be hard to find a more em the least, of equal consequence to
months have aggressive protection other is that if they place their fu proved to be when assailed by the Beard, Claremore, Ark. Sold by 8. Ho- phatic expression of popular approv the workingman.—American Econo
al of a party policy than that which is mist.
and sound money majorities. Ore ture unreservedly in the hands of pigmy Japan, Long ago old Jona- worth Jit Co.
conveyed in the returns from the
gon has placed the handwriting on their deliverers they will get all they than Davt-n eharaeterized .Itffer-
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state election in Oregon which took
the wall. Its meaning is far-reach have been fighting for, and more. son's delusion in cutting down the
T he appointment of the Ron. Ike
place on Monday. June 6. The re Patterson of Salem to the Portland
ing and significant."
General Aguinaldo knows this. He army and navy as “wasteful imbe- America’s Greatest
sult was a sweeping victory for the collectorship is something of a “cork
knows, too, that an independent cility called by the name of econo-
T he election is over, and some Philippine dictatorship or republic my,” The lessons of this little war
entire republican state ticket by a er in the opinion of most people. It
majority of 10,000 votes, the election is perhaps a good thing that it was
things stand out on the surface more without external tutelage could not will prevent the unrepublican spook
two republican congressmen by withheld until after election.
prominently since the smoke of but stand against domestic dissensions conjurers and the spendthrift econo
pluralities more than ten times
tie has risen than some other things. and foreign aggressions. It is to be mists from inflicting their follies on
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Cures every form of larger than those given two years
Among them is the contest for the presumed he will act according to the country hereafter. Globe Demo
The first mile of track of the first
ago. and the election of a republican
judgeship over at Salem between that knowledge.
Impure blood, from
in Alaska was laid through
legislature with an overwhelming
Boise and 1) A re v. Both claim it by
“The course of the United States
The pimple on your
Skagway on June 15th. Grading is
a few votes, and both demand a new is dear. It will proceed with its con
G eneral S hafter ’ s army has been
Face to the great
ballot, thus assuring the election of finished for five miles out of Skag
count. One tally sheet is missing, quest of the Philippines from Spain, landed on Cuban soil. The landing
a straight republican as United way.
and also the county clerk. This tight and will then make such dispositiou
Scrofula sore which
was made Wednesday, at Baiquini.
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is interesting because it is Internal of the islands as seems to it best,
Farm for Male.
strife in the fusion camp ami because j That is its indisputable right. If
As the first gun in the congression
120 acres near Whiteson. Dwelling
it simply emphasizes what republi the insurgents had won their inde bor. But slight resistance was of- i Thousands of people
al and state campaign of 1898, the
house, 15 acres has been cultivated,
canshave truthfully asserted through pendence before this country went feretl. The latest dispatches sa.v an (
report from Oregon is such as to de 11200. Inquire of E. S. Kemmington,
Testify that Hood’s
out the campaign, that the union of I to war with Spain the ease would be immediate advance will I m * made, and
the heart of every true Ameri Whiteson, Yamhill county.
forces was a grab for the offices. The I far different. But they did not. Thev as soon as the military forces are in
can. It means that the sentiment of
Scrofula, Salt Rheum, the people is on the side of the
theory of free coinage of silver as a were actually losing ground
Not possession of the hills back of Santi- i
principle had its airing and explosion until Dewey cam.* to Manila did they ago. a combined attack bv the fl«*et
Dyspepsia, Malaria, republican national administration
in the campaign of 1896, and the old resume operations with promise of and army will I m * ordered. It is ex
and the policies which it represents—
issue was trotted out this time, success. But then it had tiecoine our pected that before Saturday Santia- ; Catarrh, Rheumatism
the policies of aggression where it is
And That Tired
threadbare as it was known to tie. as war against Spain, in which the in go. with all its fortifications, will
demanded by humanity, justice and Stimulate the stomach.
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Feeling. Remember this the national dignity; of defense of do rouse thn liver, cure bilious
a stepping stone to the public crib. «urgents must figure merely as our have fallen, and the strong fleet un
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ness. headache, dizziness.
Animadversions of treachery among aids. They wi.l doubtless prove to der Admiral Ceriera will have been I
/\nd get Hood’s
mestic labor and industries; of secur »car
»tomach. constipation. ■
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Price 25 cent».
Sold by all dru»jd*t».
the fusionists at home have not been be effective aids, and also amenable 1 either captured or destroyed.
And only Hood's. ing to the American workingman a Tba only
nils to Uk» with Hood’s SarsaparUM.
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