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Entered mthe Eo.tofficeiu McMinnville,
as Second-class matter.
M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, SEPT. 14, 1900.
are now a party of hope that they may
get 500,blH) votes to demonstrate the
strength of their ideas. As The Repor
ter lias stated before, all that has been
accomplished in past years—in Maine,
in Iowa, in Kansas, and elsewhere—to
ward practical prohibition, has been
through the medium of the republican
party. No one can truthfully gainsay
this. Mr. Woolley says we could not
last for a minute us a national parly with
other methods,” than the one idea of the
destruction of the saloon. This is true,
because their teinpeiatice idea is repre
sented by that perfect flower of the pres
ent Christian civilization, while their
other ideas are mostly embodied in that
party w hich has laid like a treacherous
and relentlesH tiger, watching every
movement of the president during all
the trying years of Iris administration;
which has been praying that Mr. Mc
Kinley might err, that it might reap an
While the president lias
been weighted down and overwhelmed
with distressing cares; while upon his
shoulders have rested grave and serious
responsibilities, involving the very integ
rily and honor of the nation ; while he
has stood patiently and vigilantly at the
helnt guiding with rare judgment the
ship of state through perils of a most
threatening character, this party of Bry-
anism, hungry for votes and greedy for
power, bus harrasaed and annoyed the
administration with false and malicious
charges; has obstructed the peaceful and
orderly conduct of public affairs, and
hai. instead of diminishing the country’s
difficulties, added to them—has prayed
that the bard-driven ntau wh<>^tood at
the head of the government miXit sink
under the weight of cares, might let
something escape his obsertriftitjn that
could be distorted into a Wrongful in
tent. And all of this for whit? All ol
this to land that “eminent” and "pqar^
less statesman,” that most “American
American,” William Jennings Bryan, in
a place where mediocrity shall never sit
so long us intelligence dominates in
America. Perhaps Mr. Woolley would
prefer the success of this party. We no
tice he is not criticising Mr. Bryan to
any great extent.
One Dollar If paid In advance, Single numbers five cent».
Ml EH 111 AN.
Boyd Mendenhall will leave on Fri
The opening exercises of the 1900-1901
E ditor R eporter : I note a paragraph
day for Eugeue, where he will enter the term of McMiunville college Wednesday
in The Reporter of last Friday which
pnrjiort» to be a characterization of Mr.
university for another year
forenoou were attended by a large num
McKinley by John G. Woolley.
ber of patrons and friends of our cherish
call it “a remarkable utterance for a pro-
seem to have much attraction for our ed home educational institution.
hibitiouiet.” Il is remarkable, indeed,
President Boardman, on behalf of the
so remarkable that no one who knows
town people, as very few have attended
Mr. Woolley could believe that he had
faculty, gave an address of welcome, and
been rightly reported. As you report
then announced the opening hytnn
Quite a number from our town attend
Mr. Woolley he is made to Buy: "Mc
scripture lesson followed the singing, af
Kinley is a go.nl man. lie is opposed to
ed Ringling Bros.' big circus at Salem
ter which a prayer was offered by Rev.
the liquor traffic—the army canteen—
last Saturday and express themselves as
G. W. Fender.
and all that, but until he feels the force
iu the country back of him snpjiorting
Prof. W. W. Bristow, principal of the
him in his attitude be “cannot proceed
O. P. McLaughlin and F. B. Church McMinnville public schools, was intro
against the evil." (Italics mine.) This
man were Portland visitors last Thursday. duced by Prof. Boardman, and devoted
is so diametrically opposed to Mr. Wool-
Will Huston, who was improving after half an hour to a very instructive lecture
ley’s editorial utterances in The New
a siege of typhoid fever, suffered a re to the pupils, and to parents as well, and
Voice, and to the entire tenor of his re
marks in iiis great speech at the Mar-
lapse last week and was very ill for all others to whom it might apply. Prof.
quam last Wednesday evening, that 1
several days, but is reported to be some Bristow’s thetne was “Ethical Educa
cannot but feel that you have, no doubt
tion,” and in an eloquent manner he
unintentionally, misrepresented him.
And the fact that this alleged utterance
Miss Icy Ralston is clerking in Keyt’s euunciated the great principles of ethic
follows so closely after your kindly men
The code of regulations
store in the absence of J. L. Morris, who al education
tion of my name niakeB me fear that the
which Prof. Bristow prizes very highly,
¡staking a vacation.
casual reader might, with some reason,
suppose that I had reported Mr. Woolley
Dan Savage and Guy Lamson of Willa is founded upon moral education, making
as above, especially since you give no
mina, passed through town last Mon our duties to humanity true, honest and
other authority for the statement. If
day with a drove of beef cattle which just. He quoted from the proverbs of
any care to know what Mr. Woolley
they were driving to the Portland market. Solomou those maxims that, if heeded,
thinks.of Mr. McKinley they might as
are sure to lead to lofty thoughts and a
certain from the Oregonian’s report of
Johnnie Buster has gone to Corvallis
high standard of attainment. His per
his Marquam speech tn the issue ol last
to enter the Oregon Agricultural college.
Thursday morning. I can vouch for the
oration was a plea for the same standard
correctness of the rejiort as given out in
There seents to be considerable sick of morality for both the young men and
the Oregonian, as I listened with catefitl
ness in this vicinity. The doctors are young ladies—if the boys smoked cigar
interest to the address. I suggest that,
kept quite busy.
Several cases of ettes, or indulged in profanity, why not
if your space permits, you reproduce the
typhoid are reported.
Oregonian report, w hich is Mr. Woollcy’B
extend the same questionable privilege
“real opinion” of Mr. McKinley. Would
Elton Ralston and sister. Miss Laura, to the young lady members of society, at
you kindly state also your authority for
are in Portland for a few days viewing least until the young men became con
the alleged quotation appearing last
the carnival. Miss Laura will select vinced by example and precept that the
week? 1 enclose herewith the clippiug
from the Oregonian’s report giving the
their fall stock of millinery goods while same circumspect life was expected of
gist of Mr. Woolley’s words concerning
them that they demanded of their sisters
Mr. McKinley. In “fairness” will you
A runaway horse belonging to De anti sweethearts.
not kindly publish this true version?
lashmutt’s livery stable took a lively
The new member of the faculty, Miss
spin about town Sunday morning,almost Rose M. Trumbull, principal of the mu
H. L. B oardman .
demolishing the buggy to which it was sic department, was introduced. Miss
McMinnville, Sept. 8, 1900.
The “real opiniou” is as follows:
Trumbull announced her profound pleas
“Hie policy is like the bark ol a tree
The river bridge at this place is under ure in being a member of the faculty of
tothetiunk of the common morality.
going repairs,which causes a great many McMinnville college, and expressed the
(Applause.) He himself measures out
hope that some day this might become
teams to ford the river.
full to the spiritual circumference of
the system to which he himself is almost
A telephone message came to Coroner the conservatory of the great northwest,
the perfect flower. (Laughter and ap
Chapman Tuesday forenoon, saying a and bear the same relationship to the
plause.) He is not set in his miud to do
lady had been killed at Carlton by the musical education of the section adjacent
any wrong thing. I don’t believe that
to Oregon as the New England conserva
train. No further information.
at all, that be is set in his miud to do
tory now does to the large scope of coun
any wrong thing. But by profession and
long habit he has truiued himself and
try east of us. Miss Trumbull favored
the system which has produced hint lias
the audience with a piano selection, of
trained him to do the pleasure of the
Miss Ella and Etta Daniels of Tacoma, her own composition.
Christian constituency, whose spiritual
are visiting with their sister, Mrs. Jennie
Prof. Boardman called attention to the
normal is not healthy, but mitigated and
f'liuinberlain’» Coilgl* Kemcdy a
well-nourished disease. He cannot do
two new portraits that had been given
right and be re-elected, and that is not
Miss Gertrude Knight of Spokane, places of honor upon the chapel walls
his fault. (Laughter and applause.) it
properly it takes time. It requires experience and
The soothing and healing properties of Wash., departed for her home yesterday during the year. They were those of Dr.
a complete knowledge of drugs. It requires the
great public sentiment, the voice of the this remedy, its pleasant taste and after spending the summer with her Anderson, past president, and Rev. A. J.
druggist to have a large variety of drugs—fresh
great bulk of the Christian voters, tlie prompt and permanent cures have made aunt, Mrs. F. Goodrich.
Hunsaker, of the board of trustees.
voice of the bulk of teachers, by their it a great favorite with people every
drugs. He must give the best possible work, and
Then, after the time-honored “Ameri
actions in politics, say to the president where. It is especially prized by moth
for compensation he must be reasonable. With the
been spending a few days with friends ca“ hail been sung, the meeting that
and say to every mail who desires to
above facts remember we are careful and strive to
serve his country, “Seek ye first a re ers of small children for colds, cionp and returned home yesterday accompanied marked the beginning of the forty third
a good, workable, moderately whooping cough, as it always affords by Miss Josephine Iloffstatter. Miss year of McMinnville college, was dis
please one and all alike. These are reasons why our
immoral character, and trust to luck that quick relief, and as it contains no opium
prescription file thribbles all in this county. We
these other things may be annexed in or other harmful drug, it may he given Hoffstatter will attend High School in
Portland this winter.
good time.” He is not a prophet, and
are recognized by doctor and customer alike for be
Cured nl Chronic Dlnrrhoea Alter
does not pretend to be a prophet. He is as confidently to a baby as to an adult.
ing accurate and dispensing only the purest drugs.
J. P. Leman, of Ft. Stevens, is home
Thirty Year« el Sullerliix.
not a prophet, but an illustration, and a For sale by Howorth & Co., druggists.
on a furlough.
mighty good one. (Laughter.) I doubt
“I suffered for thirty years with
if tho present system of Christian politics
E. F. Schneider will leave for Spok diarrhoea and thought I was past being
C A HI.TON.
in America can produce a tietier illustra
ROGERS BROS.’ Pioneer Pharmacists
ane today, where he goes to build one of cured,” says John S. Halloway, of
tion of itself. I doubt if any lietter pres
George Roberts, the depot agent, re his fruit driers.
French Camp, Miss. “I had spent so
ident, any better vessel for the service of
this civilization can be turned off such a turned home from the coast where he
Front the results of a fall Mrs. Murphy much time aud money and suffered «o
potter’s wheel as produced him. (Laugh has been spending his vacation last Fri is suffering with a broken arm and a much that I had given up all hope« of
ter.) He is not a prophet, ns 1 said. A
dislocated wrist. Dr. Coffeen of Carlton recovery. I wae so feeble from the ef
prophet is a man who believes some day. He reports a very good time.
fects of the diarrhoea that I could do no
thing (laughter), who believes it hard,
Mr. Ong, who has been keeping the reduced the fractures.
SOUTH AND EAST
who believes it when alone, ami if he depot in Mr. Roberts' absence, went to
Dr. O. D. Ireland and wife will leave kind of labor, could not even travel, but
believes it when alone, believes it in a
by accident I was permitted to find a
for Chicago the last of the week.
crowd, great or small, who believes it in McMinnville on Saturday
publicjoffice and private life, who believes
D. P. Trullinger was in Portland Mon bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
Hon. W. A. Howe went to Newport
it iu his political capacity as well as in last Saturday.
day ordering machinery for the new and Diarrhoea Remedy, and after taking
his sacred self, and who not only believes
several bottles I am entirely cured of
l'rank and Harry Pierce attended the mill. He soon expects to have an up to that trouble. I am so pleased with the
it, but believes it so that he is ready to
be crueilied for it. and not only’ that, but street fair in Portland a few days last date mill.
result that I am anxious that it be in
is ready to fight for it upon the polit week.
W. B. Parker died at the Good Sam
Sai: Lake, Denver. Ft.
reach of all who suffer as I have.” For
4 p. m.
Worth, Omaha, Kan
Trains leave McMinnville for Portland and Portland
Miss Severns, of Portland, is visiting aritan Hospital Friday and was buried sale by Howorth A Co., druggists.
sas City, St. Louis,
The discrepancy of opinion is either
way stations at 5:58 a in., and 3:06 p. m. Leave
Chicago and East.
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. here Sunday. He leaves a wife and
f jr Corvallis at 10 a. m.
Mr. Woolley’s, given forth at different
five small children.
Heal Estate Transiere.
of this place.
times, or that of reporters from the same
Salt Lake, Denver, Ft.
7 a. m.
ending Sept. I2tb:
Worth Omaha. Kan
W. T. Matlock, pastor of the Christian
office, the quotation we made being front
7:00 p. m. 9 p. m.
Leave Portland ...
sas City, St. Louis,
et al to Milton Rich
10.50 p. nr.
Chicago and East.
11:30 a. tu.
Arrive at Ashland
ardson and wf pt sec 4-4-4
4 33 a. nt.
after all, isn’t the difference of opinion Sunday afternoon to conduct the funeral Thursday, to attend the canrival and
Walla Walla, Lewiston
8:15 a. in.
very slight? Can the two opinions be
lis, St. Paul, Duluth,
13 II A L add to Newberg ........ 2000
considered as diametrically opposed to died in the Good Samaritan Hospital in where he has secured a position on a
Omer Steward et al to A G Barber
....9:00 a. m.
127 51 a t 3 r 4 ..........................
...7:25 a. m.
E. G. Seaton and wife, L. B. Ferguson,
good maD,” the other is, “McKinley il
Mr. Edson began picking his hops,
...7.45 a. in.
4 p. ro.
8 p. m.
All Hniling dates sub
Mrs. I’. II. Caldwell, Miss Ottie Perkins. O & C R R Co to R L Booth 80 a
not set in hie mind to do any wrong just east of town, on Monday.
ject to change.
sec 33 4-7 .......................................
M. C. Eitlegeorge, E. F. Schneider, Mr.
thing.” Here, certainly, ie similarity,
Many will be sad to learn that Miss
Los Angeles............... 1:20 p. m.
Sail every 5 days.
El Paso.......................CiK) p. m.
“lie is opposed to the liquor traffic, the Nellie Finley was pronounced insane and Mrs. Frank Brown, Miss Mary Richard I Bullock to Ada Blood Q
Fort Worth................ 6.30 a. tn.
C deed to 40 a t 2 r 4....................
| Cooper aud many others attended the
canteen, ami all that.” So is the “Chris | and taken to the asylum last Sunday.
City of Mexico........ 9 5 a. m.
Columbia River Stmrs
C W Converss to Ada Blood Q C
Houston .................. 4:00 a. m.
8 p. in.
New Orleans............. 6:25 p. m.
Many will also be sorry to learn of
To Astoria and Way-
deed to 40 a sec 10-2 4................
Washington................6.42 a. ra.
[ spiritual circumference.” Mr. Woolloy
Eleven families arrived on last night's
10 p. m.
the fatal accident which happened to
New York................. 12:43 p. m.
Willamette Fulp &Paper Co to J A
[train from Wisconsin. They inteudto
Hewitt 4.48 a t 5 r 3......................
p m. | tian politics iu America can produce a [Mrs. Nailes, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. locate.
6 a. m.
Oregon City. Newberg, 4:30 Ex.
Pullman and Tourist cars on both trains.
Chair cars Sacramento to Ogden and El Paso,
Mrs. L. E. Roy of Pilot Rock is visit
and ’A ay-Landings.
that she was standing on the railroad
- McKinley. Then Mr. Woolley should
and Tourist cars to Chicago, St. Louie, New Or
with her graudpareuts, Mr. and Bears the •ianature of C has . It F letch «.
Willamette and Yam
leans and Washington.
3:30 p m.
la use for more than thirty years, an<l
the ten o'clock train came along. From Mrs. E. L. Morris.
healthy spiritual normal” of American
Oregon City, Dayton,
TKt Kind Fou Hava Atwayi Bought.
and Fri. Christianity rather titan its perfect flow
Connecting at San Francisco with several
Steamship lines for Honolulu. Japan.
Cen verse • Ba xter.
4 :30 p. m. ered representative, who seems to lie al) engine struck her knocking her off and The slight rain did no damage to the
Philippines, Central and South America.
Tues. Thur Portland to Corvallis Mon. We.
that the present civilization could ex
Married—At the home of the bride’s
killing her almost instantly. The cor hops.
pect. He might also have eaid more di
father in Dayton, Tuesday evening at 9
See MR. W. MERRIMAN, agent at McMinn
rectly that Woolley Blands (or the healthy
o’clock, by Prof. E.Northup, Prof. Chas.
ville station, or address
hold the inquest until Wednesday, as it
normal and the higher civilization. “Our
W. Converse of Carlton, and Miss Delia
C. H. MARKHAM,
party takes no stand on the political
Gen. Passenger Agent.
Baxter, daughter of S. R . Baxter of Day
Examine csrefally »very bottle of CASTORIA.
W. H HCRLBCRT, G. P. A., Portland. Or. i qneetioM of the day,” he exclaims, and I present until then.
ton. But few guests were present. Prof,
a >afe and aore remedy for Infants sod children,
R hode . A K hodb , Agents, McMinnville
| there is just where Mr. Woolley and liis
and aee that It
and Mrs. Converse left yesterday for
party fall down. Most Americans want Cut« nnd Hriil.r* Quirkly Healed.
Eugene, where the professor will take a
| to know w hat sort of a government we
Chamberlain'« 1’aiu Balm applied to a
I course in the university. They are among
Bears the signature of C has . H PLBTcaan.
I are to have, or whether any government. cut, bruise, burn, scald or like injury
I Yamhill'« best people and we wish them
la aae lor more than thirty years, and
[ Mr. Woolley and his supporters must will instantly allay the pain and will heal In Use For Over 30 Tears
TAr JTiW Pa» Hava Alwaji fiongkt.
The Kind To« Have Always Bought. 1 the'cboiceat blessings.
| get off their stomachs before they can the part» in less time than any other
Br.HInnvIlle Public ■chaals.
[ treatment. Unless the injury ia very se
[ Irecome a “party of hope.”
Notice to Debtwr».
I desire to meet all the teachers at the
Sept. 8--Alvin Beachy, 24, and Mary 1 The hu t is, when prohibitionist« hith- vera it will not leave a scar. Pain Balm
i er to have taken a «land on other govern- also cures rheumatism, sprains, swellings
All persons who are indebted to us Columbus school at 3:3op. tn , Saturday,
Sept. 11—C. W. Converse, 28, of Carl- mental question«, they have been very and lameness. For sal« by Howorth A I will please call at once, and settle.
ton. and Delia Baxter, 27, of Dayton.
I closely allied to the democrats.
They Co., druggists.
W. W. B ristow , Principal.
S. H oworth & Co.
Represents the Freight Bills paid by
us in one week.
We Sell Groceries
GOOD TREATMENT TO CUSTOMERS,
HARD WORK AND RUSTLING
Keep us busy and growing.
Come and see us.
L. E. Walker
The Shasta Route