The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, August 09, 1901, Image 4

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    Yamhill County Reporter I ^’e tocit-v
AXrrill K UK\ A> EPItiHAM.
aDd c°«‘*try It seems
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1 to have been a piece of mistaken
Mr. Bryan's latest epigram com­
1 judgment to send this flood to Eng- pares the protective tariff to the!
U. I. ASVIIHY, Editor A 1‘ropr.
, land instead of Kansas.
“gripes.” There is nothing so deli­
J. «■. ECKMAN, A»«oclate Editor.
cately tasteful, so fastidiously ur­
Some of the newspajiers which a
Subscription $1.00 Per Year.
bane about tnis little piece of cere­
year or more ago were publishing
bral filigree that it is worthy of
I the most extravagant articles in
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more than passing note. Mr. Bryan
FRIDAY, AUG. ». 1901.
praise of the Belgian hare, have now
' likens imperialism to heart disease,
gone to the other extreme, and are
advertising rktes .
but that is one of those bold dramat­
T7JIAVING selected plans lor a two-story and base-
maligning it with little regard to
Reading notice si n local column« 10 cents per
ic similitudes in which a virile mind
1TU
ment brick building, I must move and clear
Hue for first week and 5 cent;» per line thereafter. facts, as they praised it in days gone
delights. There is nothing dainty
Utopia? advertisements, annua! rate?, one inch
the
ground,
and as it is cheaper to handle cash than
per mouth fl; each additional inch f>0 cents per by-
or intellectually pelite about it. It
month.
goods,
I
will
sell for the next 60 days for cash:
Obituary and marriage notice* not exceeding
isn't nearly so "fluffy” and “beady” Of the assassin may be more sudden, but
10 lines published free, if furnished in time to
.
Drouth
and
terrible
heat
devastat
­
bo current news Additional matter 10 cent* per
is not more sure than the dire punish­
25c per gal
Machine Oil ......................
line.
ed the fields of Kansas and Missouri as the sparkling bon mot in which it
ment meted out to the man who abuses
80c per gal
Boiled I .inseed Oil............
while the professional rainmakers the protection doctrine is compared his stomach. No man is stronger than
....... 15c a lb
Engine Compound...........
his stomach. When the stomach is dis­
Dr. Tanner, the famous long-dis­ were keeping remarkably quiet. with the stomach-ache.
....
8c per ft
1J.
Leather
Belting
...........
As a matter of fact, if in the his­ eased the whole body is weakened.
tance faster.has challenged the “med­ Rainmakers have better luck during
. 5c per ft
1* Rubber Belting
Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery
tory
of
the
country
there
has
been
Other widths in proportion
ical profession, the brewers and dis­ the rainy season and they are not
cures diseases of the stomach and other
of digestion and nutrition. It
Wall Paper from 25 to 50 per cent discount
tillers to name six champions to going to risk their reputation by any organic derangement, it has organs
cures diseases of other organs when it
Large
size, 8 inch Tin Wash Boilers, Copper
been
due
to
the
temporary
abandon
­
meet him in the lists of starvation, demonstrating the feasibility of their
cures the diseases of the stomach, on
botton,
............................................ 11.10
ment
of
the
protective
theory.
which
the
several
organs
depend
for
He is to drink water only; the six schemes during the drouth season in
Large size galvanized water bucket.........
25c
nutrition
and
vitality.
Every step toward free trade has
St.
Louis
Washer
(same
as
Boss)
.....................
$7
are free to drink beer or whiskey— the east.x
111 would say in regard to your medicines
been followed by economic symptoms that
Western Washer ................................................... 94
I have been greatly benefited by ihem,»
the result to prove a total abstinence
writes Mr. J, S. Bell, of Leando. Vau Buren Co.,
Large Camp Stove .......
92
Think over the words of one who far more nearly resembling heart Ia. '* I was at one time
lesson or the reverse.
No. 8 Cook Stove and Pipe......... .
910
as I thought almost
disease
than
either
of
Mr.
Bryan
’
s
looks ahead and says: z‘If you have
at death's door. I was
3-ft Wall Tents with Poles
$7.50
to my house
Sentiment is to be commended at a farm keep it; if not, get one; for felicitous likening«. All free trade confined
21-qt 2 X Re-tinned Dishpau ...
50c
and part of the time
measures
have
been
departures,
for
to
my
bed.
I
had
all times. But the most soulful dis­ the time may come when the popula­
taken gallons of medi­
but it only fed
play of sentiment often returns to tion of this country will be largely the first act of the first congress, cine,
the disease, but I must
after
the
passage
of
an
act
prescrib
­
say
that
* Golden Med-
mock its votaries.
President Mc­ divided into monopolists, dependents
i c a 1 Discovery ’ has
Kinley recently allowed the divine and farmers, and the farmer will be ing the form of an oath of the new cured me. and to-day
I ant stouter than I
sentiment to lead him to pardon a the most independent of all men, and officials, was a protective tariff law. have
been for twenty
years. I am now forty-
It
was
more
than
a
revenue
measure.
crooked New Hampshire bank official will be the saving power of our in­
three years’old Have
It specifically declared itself neces­ taken tn all twenty-nine
in order that he might not die in stitutions.”
bottles of ‘ Golden Medical
sary, among other things, for the Discovery.’ besides two or
f
«.».
4*
prison. The operation bids fair to
three dozen vials of Dr.
4>
Pierce's Pellets, but now X
Since the people have not forgot­ protection and encouragement of take
be quite successful, as the man has
no medicine. ”
4»
manufactures.
It
was
signed
on
the
postponed his death to some in­ ten the Wilson-Gorman tariff and its
Dr. Pierce’s Pleas­
4»
Fourth
of
July
and
from
that
day
to
ant Pellets cure con­
definite time, and is now showing period of calamity, it is enough to
i»
♦<
4»
symptoms of again engaging in the say of the Ohio democratic platform this every protective tariff act has stipation
If you are a buyer of Groceries in getting the 4*
♦i
that it favors “the abolition of the so- been followed by a renewed impetus
financial business.
«1
most and the best for your money.
In the 4>
to
American
progress
along
all
in
­
called protective system and the sub­
It is leported that the Trask hotel
«<
dustrial
lines,
and
every
abandon
­
coming
and
going
of
grocery
stores
the
little 4»
An opportunity for the persons stitution in its place of the tradi­
burned to the ground last Saturday from
opera house grocery goes right aloug.
Our 4>
who are seeking for something to tional democratic policy of a tariff ment of the theory has been followed a defective flue, and that the Keys house,
4»
by
stagnation
and
derangement
of
♦Ü
Sugar, Coffee, Flour and fruits are down to 4»
farther down the river met a similar fate.
criticise about the army is afforded for revenue." This is rather prema­
4»
bottom prices this month. Come and see.
in the fact that the president has ture, in view of the deplorable finan­ commercial interests. Every pro­ The Oregon livery and feed stable,
4»
tective
tariff
has
added
new
stories
Sixth and Couch, burned in Portland
recently appointed and commis­ cial condition during the reign of the
♦?
4>
to American factories and every de­ Wednesday morning, entailing a loss on
late
Cleveland.
sioned forty-five men from civil life
4»
parture from the principle has been various people of $40,000. Thirty horses *t
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4»
to staff positions in the army, with
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4»
A Nebraskan named Bryan pre­ a blow at the general prosperity. were burned.
the rank of first lieutenant, and that
Every notable abandonment of the
he is about to make eight more such sumes that he is capable of giving
I'srni For Sale.
principle has been followed by a
appointments That is, he will make political advise, therefore he insists
One hundred and sixty acres of land
panic
and
every
reinstatement
of
B F Wright...
C Emmerson.................................... 27 00
these appointments when he can that Mark Hanna should be nomi­
the principle has been followed by a on summit of Coast Range. Good house H M Craw ford
W C Emmerson
provide a sufficient number of qual­ nated for the presidency by the re­
46 25
and barn, other out buildings of sawed
revival of good times.
From the
Levi Poe.................... ........................
6 00
timber, twenty-five acres in grass, and Taylor Potter. .,
ified citizens who are willing to ac­ publican party in 1904. This he re­
tariff of 1816 to the Wilson bill, ev­ considerable fruit. Inquire of J. O. Jim Potter. .
J L Martin..
4 50
cept them. The appointments made gards as his best and latest joke on
ery act which was not merely' an Hanchett, or address Mrs. M. E. Paige, C E Wright
D A Wassan ....................................
4 50
and to be made are to be the rank of the republicans. But it is far from
D McDougall .
avowed leaning in the direction of East Portland, “The Brown.”
J C Emmerson ................................ 21 00
being
as
good
a
one
as
this
same
Mr.
assistant surgeon, and the depart­
E L Wisecarver
Bogue & Ennis...................... .
free trade but was even only a reve­
8 30
CARLTON.
ment has been almost compelled to Bryan perpetrated on the democracy
H Simms............
Dan Rawlings....................................
7 50
nue measure has preceded indus­
five
years
ago,
followed
by
a
repeti
­
resort to advertising to secure qual­
J B Handley ...
Salaries—
Mrs. Helvie is quite sick this week.
trial disaster, and' from the second
tion
last
year.
ified applicants for the position.
E V Littlefield.................................. 75 oo
declaration of independence, the first M*. Johnson is in his blacksmith shop L Scwartz..........
F Caldwell..........
again.
J H Nelson filing complaint Co
The money that is being spent in tariff act of 1789, to the McKinley Mr. William Blood of Gaston was in P Dunn..............
vs Rhude........................................
San Francisco and vicinity are at
5 oo
bill every protective tariff act has our town Tuesday.
E Clark................
J H Nelson............................
150 60
present suffering from an epidemic Buffalo to maintain an Oregon ex­
meant the regaining of commercial
A
O B Parker.......... .............. ............ 30 00
We have a new section master during Fin Jones..........
of strikes, and it is evident that em­ hibit is beginning to bear fruit. A prosperity.
J L Dixon.. .
F W Sitton............
the
sickness
of
Mr.
Houston.
166
correspondent,
representing
a
num
­
67
ployers, laborers and farmers are
Free trade has been the disease,
J M Yocom ..........
Mr. Collins is acting as postmaster Ornduff Bros
135 00
alike suffering extensive losses. But ber of families of intending immi­ protection the cure. If Mr. Bryan during
Wm
Casey
.
the
absence
of
Miss
Caldwell.
J L Hoskins..................................... 116 70
of the three classes, the farmer so grants writes to the Oregonian to had wanted to be historical instead
Miscellaneous—
Cunningham went to Newport the J Todd................
tar has been the heaviest loser, and inquire about the conditions of the of epigrammatic, he would have last Mr.
P Nice................
of the week returning Monday.
Glass & Prudhomtne tax rolls
OU
as usual, he is the most innocent land which he has all but selected likened free trade to appendicitis.
Irwin-Hodson Co leather tabs..
Mr. Housten, has been quite sick but J H Eakin.
25
party in the fracas. The receipts of for his ideal, and innocently asks if He doesn't say anything about
is reported better at the present writing. J F Duffy..........
Jones & Adams lumber..................
50
Sil-
wheat at San Francisco warehouses there is any’ danger from Indians
AV W Nickell use of engine..........
Mr. Helvie sprained his knee and has H Sykes
50
ver. that's a sort of vermiform ap-
been unable to walk for about two weeks. P Small............
City of McMinn water and light.
last week were 21,300 centals, a mere and desperadoes, and if we have pendix, not merely superfluous
00
but
Coast Agency Co stationery . .
bagatelle in comparison with what “any society for young people to go pestiferous and now removed.
Mr. Harry Pierce took the train for C T Long.
70
Newport
Tuesday, where he will remain Jones & Adams
into,
where
their
morals
will
not
be
Yamhill Reporter blanks..............
OO
should have been received at this
for a week.
Pat Gaffney ...
Jas McCain stationery..........
. .
80
time of year. The conditions are corrupted. Such ignorance in this
Mrs. Slattie Criggly of Portland is Clem Scott.
The effect of adverse winds and
peculiar Shippers are unwilliug to literary age is inexcusable. But
quite sick at the home of her mother, DJ Stultz........
Probate Court.
unusual
weather
conditions
upon
the
when
we
reflect
that
such
careful
in
­
buy, but their offers are all made for
Mrs McCune.
V B Sease
Estate
of
Martha
Shadden. Final ac­
delivery when possible after the vestigation and research as is dis­ market and stock quotations show
Misses Bessie Messenger and Mary C Westerfield .
count
heard
and
approved.
Ordered
strike has been declared off. Not­ played by the people who make these conclusively that during the summer McCutcheon will make the lake their I J Littlejohn
that administrator pay account' of S.
home
for
a
few
weeks.
time
the
farmer
is
the
chief
man
oti
withstanding the stoppage of all ex­ inquiries betokens material out of
J B Mount........
Howorth. Administrator discharged up­
Mr. Will Hudson ami wife returned
port business, Oregon wheat is quot­ which good citizenship is made we earth. All classes of men are watch­ home
on filing certain vouchers. Bondsmen
from Meadow lake on Tuesday J L Dixon
Wm McConkey.
ed in that market at 95 cents to can afford to be patient and gener­ ing him because so many are inter­ after an outing of about two weeks.
exonerated and estate declared finally
ested ill good crops. If a spell of Mrs. Celia Caldwell and daughter ac­ Ed Carl..............
ous in breaking the truth to them.
settled.
$1.02* per cental
weather comes that is detrimental companied by Miss Maggie Fouts went E Clark..............
Estate of Isadore Ertle. S. M. Henry,
to Meadow lake Tuesday for a short va­ C W Babcock
Alfred Smith and W. E. Kutch appoint­
The Schley-Sampson court of in
A current Manila dispatch relate* to crops all eyes are turned toward cation.
G F Earhart
ed appraisers. Inventory and appraise
quiry, although appointed by a the killing of seven and the capture that particular section. If crops Threshing has begun aud the farmers D W Emmerson
are
good
there
is
a
general
rejoicing
ment filad and approved. Property ex­
power favorable to Sampson, must of thirteen of a band of outlaws by
are hauling their grain, which adds
empt from execution set apart for use of
go into details and investigate every the Cebu scouts. The latter are in among all classes. When the farm­ more dust to the already abundant
widow. Petition for sale of personal
supply.
feature connected with the blockade fact a police force formed of natives er is prosperous the whole world
property at private sale for cash in hand
feels
it.
The
W.
C.
T.
U.
met
at
the
Baptist
of Santiago and the capture of Cer- Their exploit calls attention to a
allowed as prayed for.
church Tuesday aud had a very interest­
vera’s fleet. It must ascertain why phase of the development of self-gov­
Estate of E.N. Ford. Final account
ing meeting. The lecture given by Mrs.
Oce of the main reasons Jor the Harford on Sunday was a source of
heard and allowed and administratrix
Admiral Sampson, after he had not ernment in the islands which has
discharged aud bondsmen exonerated.
encouragement to the members,
ed unusual proceedings inside the not had the notice it deserves. The high levy of state taxes is the fact great
► -
Catarrh lias become sucli a commcr.
and created in them a zeal for more
that
the
common
people
are
called
disease that a person entirely five from
harbor, indicating that the Spanish step is made from savagery to some­
earnest work
this disgusting complaint is seldom met
fleet intended giving battle, took thing higher when men consent to upon to support four normal schools,
with. It is customary to speak of Catarrl
the flag «hip New York, one of the resign the right of private vengeance a state university and an agricultu­
as nothing more serious than a bad cold,
a simple inflammation of the nose and
AUGUST TERM.
best vessels in his fleet, fourteen and turn over that duty to rep­ ral college—the latter getting some
throat. It is, in fact, a complicated and
miles away from the scene of action resentatives of the community called support from the general govern­ Road petitioned for by C. M. Cooper very dangerous disease ; if not at first, it
ment.
Very
few
of
the
producers
Through the liberality of Mc­
very
soon Itecomes so.
and
others.
Ordered
that
J.
L.
Vickrey.
Co confer with General Shafter, the police. Of course the greater
Minnville’s Leading Merchants,
blood is quickly contaminated bi
when he could have gone in u dis- number of the Filipinos had passed of wealth, the farmers or of the class J. H. Olds and W. R. Derby be appoint­ the The
foul secretions, and the poison throng!,
patc h boat. The court will be forced that point long before Dewey sailed of laborers or ordinary business men. ed viewers to view with H. S. Maloney, the general cit dilation is carried to al' A $100 A. B. Chase Parlor Organ
to ask why Sampson thus weakened into Manila bay But at times dur­ ever send their children to any of surveyor, said proposed road, to meet at parts of the sy stem
Purchased from the old reliable music
Salves, washes and sprays are unsatis
Hopewell, on Aug. 24th, at 9 a. m., and
his fleet at a critical time and left ing the conflict with Aguinaldo it these state fed institutions to be ed­
factory and disappointing, because tht v dr dealer Geo. C. Will, Salem, Oregon, will
file
their
report
at
the
September
term
not teach the seat of the trouble. S. S. S be given to the one holding the largest
Admiral Schley to tight a battle seemed Ui?t large numbers of Fili­ ucated for the reason that not manv of this court.
does. It cleanses the blood of th" pot on number of coupons on November 16th.
against Spain'.' o. >st formidable pinos were in danger of relapsing boys or their parents can afford to
BILLS ALLOWED.
and eliminates from the sy stem a .I catar­ 1901. All coupons must be signed by
fleet, with one of the best ships of from the civilized t«y the savage pay board.—Oregon Independent,
rhal secretions, and thus cures thoroughlv the merchant issuing the coupon, and by
Poor Fuad—
and permanently the worst cases.
the holder of same The purchaser can
the American navy fourteen tniles view point of police function#
Be­
Mrs Huguelet................
» 22 30
give his or her coupons to some one else
Mr
T.
A.
Williams
a
lending
dry-g^ods
mer
­
Porter
A
Larkin
..........
away, The court will also be forced fore the Spaniards came tlie natives
22 00
Abundance of oil, such as is flow­
chant of Spartanburg. 8. C., writes “ 1er year* and let them sign them. It will pay you
10 00 I had a severe cn*e of
to ask Admiral Sampson if Cervera had a village organization which ing from the otherwise barren hills A A Mannock
to trade at the following stores and re­
nasal Catarrh, with nil
ceive a coupon with every 25c C ash pur­
IO 54 the disagreeable effects
had escaped with his fleet, if he dealt out justice and punished crime near Beaumont. Texas, is a great A E McKern
chase :
IO 00 which Del'-ing to that
would have willingly accepted the in the Name of the community aid to manufacturing enterprises; is P Rasmussen................
disease, a n <T which
McMinnville Grange & Farmers store.
4 00 make life painful and
blame, and not have shi/ied the re­ Gradually natives were found to as­ a developer and civilizer.
-ft
Ex Gov­ Willard & Ehrmati
Dry Goods. Clothing & Shoes
Organ
unendurable. I used
H I Heccock.
2 20 redicines prescribed by
on exhibition at this store.
sponsibility upon the ''cowaid’ sume these duties under the new ernor Hogg. of Texas, recently said:
ading
phvsicians
and
J W Bricdweil,
.
H. C. Burns, Furniture Store.
7 4t
by nutnltert
Schley The worst feature of this sovereignty. It is so natural for a “Texas has, from the discovery of M Uudarwood..
J. G. Wiesner—Cigars and Tobacco.
? 00 bf friend*, but without
getting a.ty better
I
.iavestigation is the discreditable fact group of Americans living together oil. the cheapest fuel in the world, T W Nash & Co .
Wm F. Dielschneider & Bro.. jewelers.
20 00 thenl«¿an to takes a
W illard A Fhrman A Co., meat mar­
th* devired
£ha4 after a man has performed an to elect a oberiff and enlist men to and will <oon be able to offer greater A Scholze .......... ..
2S 00 S. effect Il had
ket.
and cured me
■berugact and served bis country back him that the appearance of a advantages to manufacturing enter- Bedwell A Co....
after taking eighteen
Rogers Bros . Drugstore
5 3« bottles
In mv opinion F S S i» the only medi­
•veil auW faithfully for a generation similar process i»'
Philippines prises than any other state in the L Wambsgan
» 00 cine iv w in une that will effe t a permanent cure I. A. White—White’s Restaurant.
of Catarrh.
S‘. P. Hou«er—Second-hand store and
20 00
iie should be called upon to protect may seem hardly worth notice. Yet union
As the question of fuel is Sutton. Calkins A Co
Sewing Machines.
C
B
Lafollette
IO
00
K
^'
e
0,1
V
v
pvrely
vcjç-
Ads honor and good name from attack >t mark« a return from savagery thus settled the manufacturers will
Geo L Williams—Bookstore.
flnble blood purifier
IO 00
F. W. Spencer—Hardware. Farm Ma­
by aaob little jzills as Maclay the where every man s bands must keep come Texas iray now look out for M George....................
known, aud the grrat-
20 00
t st of all blood niedi- chinery Bicycles and Sewing Machines
“histOOM."
his own head, to civilization
And the greatest era of prosperity she Grange A Farmers Co
J. S. Roscoe—Bicycle Sundries and
H McGuire
6 00
cincs and
•-—
Repairs.
»peoples willingness to take that ha« ever experienced
It would be J D Hibbs....................
If you have Catarrh don’t wait until it
10
00
Mrs. C W. Spring—Photo Gallery.
The hot weather in Loudoa b»s step is the first requisite toward the worth millions a year to Oregou if j
becomes deep-seated anil chronic, but be-
H Bond
1$ oo pn
A. J. Loban. Harness Shop.
at once tl:e u<e of S S. S . and send
been followed by a rain aud tiixxi attainmeut of what we call self gov- some of the prospectors and borers E E Ggycfle.
Triplett A Hendershott—Confectionery
'30 00 for our book on Bhxxi and Skin Inseases
which turned streets into rivers, en­ ,^rnme<.t That step the Filipinos for oil could strike a few permanent
C. F. Daniels—Feed, Seed A Produce
write our pliysicians about your caae.
Roads and Bridget—
Lamliert Bros.—Groceries & Commis­
tered dwelling* aud did u.ueb dam- are taking
jgusbers in this state
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