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For Nearly Two Years
Unable to Lay in Bed
business appears to be somewhat
mixed. At the present time there
are three ryad laws upon the statute C C. Robbins aud family are visitirg
K. I. ASMI BY, Editor A I’rupr.
books. One provides for the old in Portland and Orison City this week.
system of road supervision by road Jeweler D A. Smith has moved his I
■■ In my capacity as druggist, in
' ’ / .'l® q,‘io^ton FlF^th"^®
Subscription $1.00 Per Year
I am in close touch with the
district supervisors appointed by family into the Snowden property near to o iuage
mente of nacy d
most of them tell r..a how they
T he democrats are hatching a I the county court, and each one ab-
sick, who come into
getting along, Of
ai iat• ’.tjy
plan to nominate General Nelsen A ! solutely independent of every other The Reporter's bargain co’umn is be-1 are gittingalong.
Reading notice? in local column? 10 cent? per
dreds of preparations wi;i< h I
the demo I one. Then another law was enacted, cuming popular—expanding as adver- not a single one begin s to ... . e
line for first week and 5 cents p* r line thereafter. Miles for president on
Display advertisements, annual rale», one inch
He has prom i empowering the county court to 1 liners recognize its merits.
much satisfaction as Avke: S Eng-
per month fl; each additional inch 50 cents per cratic ticket in ItMJO.
lish Remedy ______
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding
Bronchitis, Asthma. Pleurisy and
10 lines published free, if furnished id time to Philippines.
W. Dykeetra, living near Ballston, died Consumption. 1 sell it on a dis
be current news. Additional matter 10 cent* per
tinct guarantee that it will cure,
county, and to impose a cash road on the 23d inst. of bowel trouble.
the purchaser's money will be
I taly is about to demand that tax for the maintenance of the high Dr. and Mrs. G. S. Wright are in Port- I or
returned. This is a perfectly safe
FRIDAY, OCT. 27, 1899
emigrants from that country shall ways, in place of the poll of labor land attending the meeting of the state I guarantee, because the remedy
be protected against lynchers in witli which formerly it has been the dental board, of which doctor is a mem-1 does cure. Nobody wrants his
money returned, its cures are
B hittania is in a fair way of this country. In return we should custom under warrant of the statute her.
nothing short of marvelous. Take
Guy Bird now occupies the position of j the case of Mr. A. H. Gilbert, for
losing her grip on the wave—if in demand that the Italian government to permit the payment of the annual
shall be a little more particular in road assessment. Then, later still, deputy assessor witli Mr. Y’ocotn, and j instance. He lives at No. 5 Carey
deed she ever did rule it.
street, Buffalo, N. V. For more
the matter of selecting its emigrants. at the last session of the legislature, will move bis family to McMinnville I than three years he had a bad
case of asthma, and had been un
a third law was enacted, making about Nov. 1st.
T iie poor, battered Chicago sneak
able to lie down in bed for nearly
these provisions: The county court
thief is doubtless convinced that the
two years. He came to my store
and asked me what to do. I said:
girl behind the broom is the real shines with a brighter lustre, sinoe “must” divide the county into dis
the “Columbia” has given another tricts, according to its discretion, repair shop on B street, north of the St. • Take Acker’s English Remedy.’
hero of the hour.
He said he had tried other reme
demonstration of her fleetness, in and at the general state election of Charles store.
dies and didn’t think this would
help him. But he thinks differ
T hat Woodburn attorney who winning the international yacht I9 ii 0, and annually thereafter, a
usual proclamation, and has named
now. Three bottles fixed his asthma all right. lie could sleep and eat
received the contents of a gun with race. The trophy, a silver cup supervisor must be elected by the Thursday, November 3l)th, as a day of ently
cured several months ago,
after taking them, as well as when a boy. —
out injury, the bullet glancing off. which Queen Victoria offered to the voters of each district. One pro national thanksgiving.
and is well yet, so I am certain his trouble is gone lor good Y ou can write to
Mr. Gilbert himself, if you doubt my word. He will go further than me in prat
best sailing ship in the world in the vision of the law is that no voting
should be sent to the Philippines.
days of her early reign, which trophy precinct may be partly in one district Mrs. F. C. Morris of Tacoma, a relative ing Acker’s English Remedy." (Signed) S. B. 1 horne , druggist, Butlalo, N.Y.
Sold at 25c., 50c. and (t a bottle, throughout theUnited States and Canada;
of Postmaster McCain, is visiting with
A world ’ s fair in Portland in 1902 was won by the old schooner Amer and partly in another.
Another the family, and has been assistant in the and in England, at is. 2d., 2s. 3d., gs. 6d. if you are not satisfied a.ter buying,
is ¡he latest project, and it is worthy
provision of the law is that when a postoflice during the vacation of Mis» return the bottle to your druggist, and get your money back.
We authorize the ctbovr guarantee.
W. HOOKEK i: < O., Proprietors, yew }nrh.
c.f the consideration of the people of ument to the superiority of Ameri candidate is elected to the position McCain.
For1 Sale by ROGERS BROS.
can seamanship and American naval of road supervisor, and refuses to
Charley Iloberg took his departure
architecture, and a standing chal serve in that capacity, lie shall be last week for Baker City, where hie
lenge to the yachtsmen of all nations. lined »25 by the justice court in his brother Grant is keeping hotel, and
district, the fine money going into where he will probably remain for some
J udging from the gold discoveries the funds for the maintenance of the time.
from coast to mountain summits, it roads of that locality.
All these A. II. Palmer, the senior of the firm of
is likely that we do not as yet know various laws leave road matters Palmer Bros, is again following his trade
anything like the full measure of the somewhat confused.
of locomotive engineer, and is running
possibilities of Alaska.
an engine out of Sacramento.
T he lowly hog is liable to become territory is worth retaining to its
SWIFT BI T TKHRIBLE.
brother still conducts the fish market in
puffed up with pride on account of extremest boundary is apparent.
£,---- . -
the increasing price of himself. li n Britain knows something of its val
Some timber land cruisers hailing from
the Rogue river valley ordinary ■y ue, as she knew of the Columbia otism intrenching itself behind a Portland located about thirty men on the
We have made a fortunate purchase from the
porkers readily command 41 cents river years ago. The growth and shield of stubbornness and inviting same claim in Tillamook county, got
firm, Singer Brothers & Co., manufac
; ross, the best price that has been development of Oregon and Alaska the onset, or with boastful furv their fee and then skipped. The men
Jackets and Furs.
furnishes one of the most striking hurling itself against power in the located learned where they were at when
paid for them in many years.
commentaries in history on the in open field, would be pitiful were it they reached the land office.
We have purchased their line of Fall and Win
B ritain will have no mercy on ability of man to foresee the future. not that it partakes of the character Mrs. O. N. Denny of Lafayette was in
ter Samples at a big reduction, and in order to
the Boer leaders, and if they were The United States has been in the of wanton recklessness. Its results town on business Wednesday. Mrs.
make them go fast, have marked them lower than
less stubborn and a little more ad expansion business for more than a are, indeed, pitiful, notwithstanding Denny has lost none of her euthusiasm
first cost value.
dicted to common sense they would century, and in spite of the fearsand the unreason of the onslaught, on flax culture, and regrets the absence
save to their followers many years forebodings of timid statesmen, her toward which people find it difficult of capital in Oregon willing to engage in
If you have not purchased your fall Cape, Jack
of life, and a tolerable amount of acquisitions of territory have always to exercise the grace of patience, manufacturing this product.
or Collarette, you will not be the loser if you call
happiness under the British flag, been conducive to her wealth and The contention between the weil E. F. Manning and family left on the
inspect our line.
drilled British regulars and the early train yesterday morning for Cali
after the present war is ended.
warlike Boers, great in individual fornia, where they expect to make their
T iie only interference with the prowess, but untrained in military home in the future. About a dozen
J oseph S. D unn , a resident of
Johannesburg, says in the New successful cultivation of the sugar ■science, may be likened to that be members of the I. O. O. F. were at the
York Independent that the Boers, beet in the Willamette valley would tween barehanded frenzy and well- train, and presented Mr. Manning witli
as a race, with, of course, individual be from the elements ;, tiie full rains armed determination.
There can a handsome watch charm, thus showing
exceptions, furnish an “extraordi preventing the harvesting of the be but one ultimate result to such their appreciation of a good friend and
P. s, We are receiving big shipments of Cloth
At the present time the an encounter, and the end in this citizen.
nary instance of arrested civilization, beets.
and lots of other goods every few days.
the dute of stoppage being some beetgrowers of Union county are instance is foreshadowed much more
A Comrade’« Reception.
where about the conclusion of the contending with the unusual con- quickly than was anticipated. Iu
ilition of rainy weather and lately the meantime, however, grim-vis- Tuesday evening the G. A, R. veterans
of McMinnville and vicinity tendered a
the sugar factory at La Grande was aged war is abroad with all his le farewell reception and banquet to their
S eldom within the history of the forced to shut down on account of a gions on the borders of the land old comrade E. F. Manning, at the Com
.state, have the people been socager scarcity of raw material.
locked republic of South Africa, his mercial hotel. Comrade Hendershott
to possess themselves of timber
footsteps marked by the blood of furnished his distinguished guests an
T«> MOI TH AIIIHItl,
lands. But now is the time to act
carnage and his horrid front bristling elegant repast, after which Col. Cooper,
if we desire to claim that which is
in one of hie eloqueut s|>eeche8 presented
Ex-Governor William P. Lord with the elements of destruction. Mr. Manning, on behalf of Custer Post
within the reach of every good citi
zen. Timber lands are being ac it is understood, lias been offered by ever it is waged, and its tender G. A. R., a beautifully engraved gold
quired by syndicates of capitalists, the president the appointment of mercies lie in the ruthlessness with headed cane, as an evidence of the es
T have ordered a Large Stock of New Furni
and individuals must tile their minister of the United States to the which its methods are pushed to a teem in which lie is held by his com
rades. Those in attendance were: R.
claims early or be pushed out of the Argentine Republic.
the Fall trade, much of it being already
received here of the offer some days conclusion. Since, therefore, this P. Bird, J. W. Ballinger, John Bolinski,
more yet to arrive. A specially large
ago. Judge Lord has had it under conflict is on, all who shudder at the W. T. Booth, C. R. Cook, J. C. Coo|>er,
Suits. The stock is more than
consideration, and yesterday, as the inhumanities that belong to and are D. C. Derby, J. B. Gardner, John W.
room, and I am placing them
Oregonian learns, he signified his
ris, Doniphan Hays, Geo. W. Keen,
Racket store. Come and see us.
iceeptnnce of the offer. This is one
Warren Kneel, T. E. I.oban, E. F. Man
of the best of the foreign missions.
ning, II. S. Maloney, J, E. Noll, J A. J
It carries the title and dignity of
Peekham, J. M. Pugh, O. O. Rhude,
“envoy extraordinary and minister Dilli l isa. OS) THF KOCKS AGAIN. Jacob Seilers, W. W. Wright, Will Wess,
plenipotentiary of the United
W. D. Weed.
On all national issues, says Nation
States.” The appointment is the
highest honor yet conferred on a al Committee Chairman Jones, the
citizen of Oregon by the present democratic party will stand a year
administration, and the recipient is hence precisely where it stood three BURDENED WOMEN.
“Bimetalistn” he de
We look in amazement at the burdens
well worthy of it. As justice of the years ago.
some women carry upon their heads.
supreme court of Oregon and as clares to be as imperative as an Vet how light they are compared with
issue as it was when the Nebraskan the burdens some women carry upon
T iie Aguinaldoites in Luzon make governor of the state, he has made was taken from the ranks to carry their hearts. There are childless women
The well-known place for the best meal in the city.
n.> determined stand against Amer reputation for ability in public the standard of the party. As to whose hearts ache ceaselessly because of
iean troops these days. They de station and for conscientious devo the rest of the Chicago platform, childlessness has been lifted from the
pend now for success on the stand tion to duty. The Oregonian con Jones disposes of it by adding that heart of many a woman by the use of
fitted with best of
t. ken by the Aguinaldoites in the
none of the issues figuring in it will of the obstacles to maternity are remov
United States. The rainy season is
able. Such obstacles are entirely re
be abandoned in 1900.
Fruits, Candies, Nuts and Cigars.
Give us a Call.
scarcely over in the Philippines, the signification of intention to accept
What cannot be cured must be contains no alcohol nor narcotic.
I. w grounds are still submerged, it.”- Oregonian.
endured. I pon thousands of demo
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T. A. WHITE.
and even the high ground is too soft
crats who voted for McKinley notice
■ Oil III TTI.lt HOAD*.
for cavalry operations, and yet Gen
has been served. Silver is in greater
eral Otis is taking possession of
Umatilla county has adopted a disrepute than ever, but they are al
p aces heretofore described as rebel plan for road improvement that most officially told that they must
some other counties might follow prostrate themselves before the idol
Best Brick in City.
with protit. Results were far from or continue to associate with the
I n his speech of welcome to the re satisfactory with the old supervisor republicans at the polls, The limit
Third 81., Cor. Flanders, PORTLAND, OR.
turned North Dakota troops Presi plan, and the money expended was of political lunacy has not
dent McKinley paid a compliment to not bringing about any noticeable readied.
It will come when the
their bravery and devotion to duty improvement in the highways. The convention sets its seal upon the
Hotel complete with Electric Lights, Bells,
Steam Heat, Bath Room on each rtoor Elevat
when he said:
"You refused to county court did away with district proclamation of Chairman Jones,
or for accommodation ot guests. Hates fl to
11 25 per day, according to room. Meals 25c.
k ave your colors.
No matter who supervisors and appointed a general Meanwhile, abundant warrant is
Free bus to and from all trains
E. SANDERS, Manager.
wanted you to go home, you said: superintendent of all the roads. In being furnished for sudi declarations
A clock should be more than a time
’We will stay and keep the tlug stain the place of the giving of labor, as as these
keeper. It should combine bvantv and
‘ All that is really dear
attractivetiesa with accurate timekeep
less in the presence of the enemy.” wns formerly the rule, a cash money is that the party has not changed in
ing. We hare not a clock but looks well
Bears the signature of C has H F lftcwfb .
And the boys were glad that they tax is im|K>sed. this money being the three years that have elapsed
and time« well, too. Tastes will differ,
so will price«, and we can fit all condi
remained in the tight, and their placed in the road fund. All work since the last presidential election.
RI have nevrr written yon how grateful I am
tions of buyers’ limits Buy your clock
)<>»• //ate Alzvays Bought,
fi'.euds now rejoice because they al on the county roads is paid in cash, It is still for the debasement, not to you for your help in securing gvod health and
of a practical clock maker who know«
one of the sweetest, dearest, thirteen pound
ii wed the troops to serve their no labor being accepted from any only of the currency, but of the girls that ever came into a home.” write* Mr*. M
how to take care of it for you—and will
Tut Salt Lake Tribune says polyg
vast me. of 647 South Liberty Street. Galesburg
dolt. Buy here and wc will see that you
c< untry until called upon to return person in payment ot his road tax. political and social life of the III
”1 took si« bottles of Dr Pierce’» Favorite amist
Congressman elect Roberts
have a TIMEPIECE as well as an orna
Prescription four of the ’Golden Medical Di*
and tour vial» of Dr Pierce’» Pleasant
ment, and an ornament as well as a time
Now, when a piece of road is worked country.
The quotation is from cwvry
will not be seated at the next session
Pellets Before I had taken four bottles of the
No better estimate of Aguinaldo upon, it is done in permanent form, Harper s, and it is representative— ‘ Favorite Prescription ’ I wa* a new woman. I of congress. There are several con
make pen describe my heartfelt grati
hi s been made tliun that of Presi and will need only slight repairs a specimen. Well, those who beat cannot
tude. so will close bv saying if anv one disputes gressmen after his
scalp and his
the value of Dr Pierce’s medicines I will be
ci nt McKinley at Fargo, N. D from year to year. However, the repudiation before can beat it again. pleased to confirm the truth of all I My if they seat is in great danger The people
Aguinaldo, lie said, demands inde- feasibility of Umatilla county plan And the number of them next year will enclose stamped cure lope for reply.”
Dr. l*ierce’a rieasant Pellet* are a everywhere are opposed to his being
p ndence as the price of peace, but has been questioned, aa the statutory should be greater than the number ¡.«lies' laxative. No medicine equal* seated, and protests are being made
them fov gentleness and thoroughness. from every section of the country.
on a former occasion he accepted a provisions of this state for road iu
“The United 1
States,” the president added, “pays
no gold for peace. We never gave
a bribe for peace in all our history
and never will.”
Capes and jackets.
B. JACOBSON & CO.
McMinnville’s Greatest Store.