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CLOSING OUT SALE !
». I. ASHUKV, Editor & Propr
J.U. ECK’! .»*, A,■orinar Editor
Subscription $1.00 Per Year,
FRIDAY, NOV. 1, 1901.
We have decided to Close Out the Entire Stock of Merchandise of the
Everything indicates that another
man is going to be ruined bv over
feeding. Booker T. Washington.
It is impossible to get up an argu
ment iu the Schley-Sampson matter
in McMinnville. Everybody is for
McMinnville Grange & Farmers Company
Or as nearly as possible by January Sth, the Annual Meeting of the Stockholders, when their decision will determine as to
our continuation in business.
People who hated Jas. R. Woods,
because he drew the first claim in
the Oklahoma land lottery, ought to
be satisfied, now that he is dead.
The Entire Stock, which consists of $30,000.00 worth of the Best Up-to-date Merchandise carried
in 1 he County,
It is doubtless true that President
Roosevelt would have better com
mended himself to the good graces
of some southerners if he had helped
to lynch S negro instead of dining
This is not an A<1. to Catch Your Trade; We Mean Business
sell below cost.
WILL BE SOLD AT COST FOR CASH ONLY.^
J. R. BOOTH,
Directors Mcflinnville Grange & Farmers Co.
Have Employed Extra Clerks to Wait On You.
While the rough riders are not
running the Roosevelt administra
tion, the appointment of one of them
as governor of Arizona shows that
the president is not turning his back
on his old comrades.
Some of our exchanges are of the
opinion that the senatorial contest
in 1903 will settle down to a three
cornered struggle between Joe Si
mon, H. W. Scott and C. W. Fulton.
The prediction comes too early to
It is said that President Roosevelt
in his annual message will recom
mend the creation of a department
of commerce whose official headshall
be a member of the cabinet. This
may afford Mt’. Bryan a text for
another jeremiad on the evils of
The principal rules of law laid
down by the Oregon supreme court
in recent decisions are that where a
property-owner's land is assessed in
a lump sum, and land not owned bj’
him is included in the description,
the assessments are wholly void, and
a sale of such property for taxes is
illegal. That it is the duty of a
traveler on a public road to look and
listen for a train before he crosses a
railroad track, and whether he lias
been negligent in the extreme of his
care in this respect is a question for
Booker T. Washington, a negro,
recently dined with President Roose
Washington is one of the
brightest men this age has produced,
and his advice to negroes is so full
of common sense that, he may be re
garded as a very useful man. The
proud southerners may sniff, but
Roosevelt did nothing out of the
way. Prominent men all over the
country take pride in honoring Book
er T. Washington. Hu is a severe
critic of tlie loafing, singing, cake
walking', banjo-picking negro.
advises the negroes to make them
selves respected by industry and
worthy conduct. Booker T. Wash
ington never goes where lie is not
wanted, and had been invited Iodine
with the president. It is a lesson
for negroes that they should not for
No one can meet our prices unless they
is threatened a labor famine. The j may do of a feeble kind and within
planters are very anxious. They I narrow limits. They cannot under-
would be glad to reestablish the ! stand why anarchists, whose diabol
contract system, which was little
short of slavery, but that can not be ical character and teachings are or
done now that the islands are a part ought to be well known, are allowed
of the United States. It is suggest to plot, and conspire until bloody
ed that the only remedy is to make assassination strikes down the em
the conditions of labor such that
they will attract instead of repel it. bodiment of beneficent rule and
This remedy is in the hands of the shakes the foundations of lawful au
And they never will understand
What to do with the shade trees it, because it is illogical, inconsist-
along the public streets has been entand foolhardy. If it is right and
causing a somewhat spirited discus
sion among Portland property own just to deprive vagrants and dis
ers. The discussion started with a orderly persons of their liberty on
proposition to cut them all out, but account of offenses which they may
this led to such a protest that it has commit, it certainly is doubly right
now been practically abandoned. and doubly just to restrict the li
But in some places about the streets cense of avowed anarchists on ac
the trees have become such a nui count of much greater crimes which
sance that it is conceded that they they publicly incite and secretly plot.
ought to be removed, so the plan
The rights of free thought and free
now virtually agreed upon is to cut speech were never intended by the
out the trees where they are too framers of the national constitution
large or too close together, or are to give immunity and protection to
especially objectionable for any rea the government's professed enemies.
son, but not to undertake a whole
sale removal. This is a good policy Will It It.- Cheuprr Than Wood?
for other places and may be applica
The city council will be asked by the
ble to this city. There are trees both Southern
Pacific railroad to consider the
on private grounds and on the proposition of constructing a spur to the
streets that ought to be removed for city waterworks, and eutering into an
the sake of beauty and convenience, agreement to burn coal from the new
but there is no call for wholesale mine near North Yambill. The propo
sition is now in embryo, and of course
NOTH*: Tl OKI*: TH.IAIAMMI.
Of course nobody but a blather
skite like Tillman would have thought
of such a scurrilous insult to the
president of the United States as to
suggest that the presence of Booker
Washington at the private table of
the president opened up a logical
way to a negro's becoming a member
of tlie president’s family.
has delivered himself of many dis
gusting and uncalled for utterances,
but tliis was hardly to be expected
even of him. The president himself
is pursuing the even tenor of his
wav, undisturbed by the attempts to
discredit him for treating an intelli
gent and highly educated negro with
the respect and courtesy he extends
to white men under similar circum
There is little doubt that Mr.
Washington’s table manners will
compare favorably with those of Mr.
Tillman, with all due respect for the
“courtliness" for which the sons of
South Carolina are noted.
the danger of the United States be
coming a race of mulattos through
the precedent established by Presi
dent Roosevelt, it is enough to say
that tlie suggestion came from Till
man, and could come from no other
Democrats in the state of Wash
ington have begun tln ir campaign
for next year, and flic war horses of
that political faith arc this early
scanting the fume.-, of victory from
afar. They base their hopes of com-
plate success upon 'lie quarrels, and
contlieting ambitions of republican
leader*. Here in Oregon, too. the
democratic leaders are gelling their
ammunition read v for an active cam
paign. They are not so sanguine as
their Washington brethren, but they
believe they can discern in the dis
tance a faint rainbow of promise.
Here as in Washington, they are
pinning their faith to a possible di
vision of the republicans.
tion to this contingency they are
courting the socialist leaders with a
view to a formidable fusion of forces
%N II IBITI 41. < KITIIN II.N.
Espixially is this the case in this
county among certain of the fusion
In the Saturday Evening Post ex
leaders of past campaigns. Whether
Cleveland advances a the
the socialists of Oregon w ill be a
willing party to the contemplated ory in regard to the suppression of
cajolery remains to tie seen.
anarchy that is well worth consider
ing. It has been argued in various
There is a general expectation that quarter* that those who profess and
the administration of ¡’resident preach anarchy are merely exercis
Roosevelt will be distinguished by
an earnest effort to enact some legis ing the rights of free thought and
lation in restraint of trusts.
The free speech, and hence that they
utterances of the president before he cannot legitimately be interfered
came to the high office he now holds with unless they commit some un
encourage this belief, and as he has
always had the «•ouragc to pot his lawful act in attempting to carry out
Mr Cleveland does not
convictions into practice whenever their ideas
the opportunity presented, it may accept this view. He say - that an
be iweepted that the next three archiste are dangerous characters
years will witness sonn* trust legis and should t>e dealt with as such
lation advised by him. Such legisla
tion will not. however, be undertaken In his opinion they should be re
in a demagogic ami ignorant spirit. garded as habitual criminals and
It will be preceded by a careful in treated accordingly. They are eon
vestigation as to the effect of the slant objects of suspicion by the po
workings of the great eomtiinations
of capital known as trusts, so as to lice authorities and by the public,
ascertain in what respect* thev are why not treat them as other sus
beneficial or detrimental to the pub pieious characters are treated'' Why
wait until the expected crime is ac-
|complished? The American people,
Chinese and Japanese laborer* says Mr. Cleveland, “see vagrants,
brought to Hawaii in previous years
under the contract labor system that common gamblers, suspected crim
then prevailed are now leaving the inals, and disorderly persona in the
islands in large numbers and there| hands of the law for the harm they
Fall Line of Carpets
Consisting of_ ■
Tapestry Brussels, Imperial Body Brussels, Royal Wilton Velvets and
Ingrain Carpets. New Fine Line of Mattings and Linoleums.
Window Shades and Lace Curtains a Fine Line.
A Larger and More
Superior Stock of Furniture than ever. On WALL PAPER, old stock will
be put down to bedrock, to make room tor new. I do not give commissions to
paper hangers, preferring to give it to my customers.
Complete Line of Undertaking Goods.
New Funeral Car may be found at Henry & Newell’s.
H. C. BURNS.
R. JACOBSON & CO.’S
Big Cost Sale is now going on in full
the conditions will have to be such as
will render the expense for coal less
than it lias been for wood. It seems as
if it might easily be this. Some one
will say: “Yes, but it is bad for the wood
dealers.’’ Maybe not. Wood has here
tofore been bought from the lowest bid
ders, winch rendered the business profit
less, and the dealers could have sold the
same wood at a better price to consumers
about town. On the other hand, if coal
will prove cheaper for the city, its in
creased use will develop the mine and
make demand for more laborers there,
as well as employ men in handling the
First-class Merchandise is of-
fered you from 1-5 to % less than tor
You are cordially invited
to inspect our present Low Prices.
R. JACOBSON & CO
<01.1 UBI SM IIOOI. NOTE*.
We now liave 51 enrolled in the high
Our high school foot ball
defeated last Saturday by
team ot town boys Score 15
high school team couldn’t
a pick up
YOU CAN'T GET A WA Y FROM THEM
Quite an extensive program was given
at our literary society last Friday after
1 very Wednesday morning all the
<11 rent rooms conic into the high
school room and we have morning ex
ercises. A good program is given each
hollowing is the program for our lit
erary society next Friday: Song, soci
ety, recitation, Ethel Law; solo, Cecil
Peckham; select reading, Estella Hub
bard. impromptu, Hardy Ballinger; reci
tation, Esther Martin; select reading,
Eiina Hodson, impromptu. Villa Martin,
essay, Ralph Martin, debate, Resolved,
that education should be made com pul
soiv. affirmative—Dow Walker, LeRoy
Peterson, Gussie Updegraff; negative—
Lila Waugatnan, Earl Wisecarver, Ida
\Ve mean tlie following facts: That the
CHICKERING, WEBER, KIMBALL
and WHITNEY PIANOS, and the
KIMBALL, EARHUFF and ESTEY ORGANS
Are not equaled in sweetness of tone, ease of action and wearing qualities. They are not affected by bad weather,
but adjust themselves to it. That the prices at which we offer them are as low as those of any house handling the
same or other makes, and that the easy payments—from #5 up—which we offer, and the taking of old instruments
on liberal exchange, absolutely brings to the people of Yamhill and adjoining counties the most liberal terms they
have ever enjoyed
A fact which proves this is the Wl*1
numlnr we are selling. You can't get away from it.
V V 1 1» D W I 1, IvlVl ”111111 V 11IC.
No home is complete in its happiness and joy without one of our instruments. See us or write.
Know How Is Essential.
We know bow to compound prescrip
tion* accurately, just as your physician
intends they should be.
We have all
fresh, pure drugs of standard make ami
potency. You arc always sure of this
kind ot drug and services when your i
prescriptions are put up by us; this is1
PhKRV 1)RUG Co.
Lowest price prescription druggist.
OTICE is hereby given that by virtue of a
licence duly issued out of county <’obrt
for Yamhill county. Oregon, on the sth day of
o. tobcr. 1901, Authorizing and empowering the
iii<i< 1'imied an guardian of the t scute of Joseph
Kloiichvck. a minor, to aril the real property
'to Kind You Hat« Always Bought In ivinafter described, I will, on Monday, tho
2 ill day of November. 1901. at the hour of one
o’eha k in the afternoon of said day. at the west
of (he court house in McMinnville. Oregon,
sell at public auction to the highest and best
bidder, for cash in hand on day of sale, lhe fol-
lowing described real property tielonging to the
Hi Rninniel han ten s< res of potstiM**, estate
of >aid minor, to-wit
B' pinning at the northeast corner of the Pe
from Mliirli lie expects to itslher s thou
land m the north boundary of the dona -
| lion land claim of Samuel Cosine, in township
u-nr >oiHli ranne four wh >1 oi the Willanieiie
Mrs Hsieh’s resilience near the Third meridian, in Yamhill muntv. Oregon. and run
ning thence vast (var. 20 deg. <0 min. ea«ti 7.52
Street depot is now occupied by J. G. chain**.
to the northwest boundary of lands for
i'clonging to IV. 1». McDonald; thence
>outn with said McDonald's lands > 20 chains
Miss Ella Hendrick returned from her to Fir 12 inches in diameter: thence west 7.52 ,
, chains to the southeast comer of lhe said Peter .
trip to Buffalo and other eastern points Ntv land, th« nee north * 20 chains to the place s
of beginning, containing 6.17 acres of land more |
or h -s, together with the buildings and appur
then unto belonging.
Mrs. I>. G. lherholt of Canyon City tenances
¡»Hli-d Oct,»tar 24th.
< H iKLfe« KLOP! HECK.
arrived Wednesday evening on a visit to
I Guardian of the Estate oi .loeepb Kloucbeck, a
her daughter. Mr«. Asbury.
* You Are Interested
If you are a buyer of Groceries in getting the
most and the best for your money.
coming and goiug of grocer}7 stores the little
opera house grocery- goes right along. Our
Sugar. Coffee, Flour and fruits are down to
bottom prices this month. Come and see.
L. E. Walker.
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