The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, January 31, 1902, Image 4

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    they become more intelligent. Why that it is bad policy to allow the |
does Miss Anthony want to dis­ secretary of the interior full oppor­
tunity to say where this general |
courage the education of women?
1». I. ANBEHY, Editor & Propr.
fund shall be. expended, that it
j <1. ECK.HAN, Associate Editor.
A Mississippi man entered a pro­ would naturally be expended in the
test against being hanged on the states of the middle west before get­
Subscription $1.00 Per Year.
decided to continue the business of the
same gallows with a negro. He says ting out to Oregon and that neigh­
he was born and bred a gentleman, borhood, and even then would be I
FRIDAY, JAN. 31. 1902
and intimates that rather than suffer likely to follow the lines of the trans-1
this humiliation he would prefer not continental railroads. He intends
ADVERTISING RATES.
to be hanged at all. This protest to urge his views upon the commit­
Reading noticekin local column* 10 cent« per will strike all southerners as entirely
tee, and-will not support the bill
And unanimously voted to change the business to a strictly cash basis. All
line for first week and 5 cents per line thereafter.
Display advertlaements. annual rate«, one Inch reasonable.
until
some
radical
changes
along
goods must be sold hereafter for Cash. No book accounts to be kept. We
per month 11, each additional inch 50 cent« per
month.
this
line
are
made.
will
sell for cash and pay cash for all produce.
Obituary and marriage notices not exceeding
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The Panama canal is on the bar­
10 lines published free, if furnished in time to
be current news Additional matter 10 cent* per
gain counter—marked down to $40,-
Should that now threatened revo­
lias.
000,000—cheap for cash. Our com- lution in Spain come topass. perhaps
CHAS. P. NELSON, Manager.
Here is one good sign: People are mission seems to be possessed with one side or the other will try to ne­
becoming more disgusted with jays the views of lady shoppers—we don’t gotiate with Uncle Sam for the loan
really need it but it is a shame not of Funston and Dewey.
every day.
to buy it, it’s so cheap.
This old,
Census returns indicate that the abandoned French ditch has, how­ The recent order that Indians on
NOW IN
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population of Canada in 1901 was ever some merits about it, and in the reservations must cut their hair
5,369,960, a gain of 536,426 in ten spite of all that has been said and is meeting with many protests. In
Consisting of
written against it, there seems to be the bright lexicon of the civilized
years.
t
Tapestry
Brussels,
Imperial
Body
Brussels,
Royal
Wilton Velvets and
X
a strong impression abroad in con­ Indians there is no such expression
F
Ingrain
Carpets.
New
Fine
Line
of
Mattings
and
Linoleums.
Chinese exclusion is neither a po- gress that we are going to buy it as “barber us.”
litical issue nor a moral issue, It is after all. So it behooves the com­
A Fine Line. A Larger and More
Admiral Schley appeals to the
simply, like protection to home in­ mittee to make note of all the good
Superior
Stock
of
Furniture
than
ever.
On WALL PAPER, old stock will W
dustries, a matter of self-preserva­ points that are alleged in its favor president as the chief executive and
be
put
down
to
bedrock,
to
make
room
for
new. I do not give commissions to
tion.
and see if we are really going to get commander-in-chief of the army and
navy,
“
vested
with
power
to
regu
­
paper
hangers,
preferring
to
give
it
to
my
customers.
our money’s worth in buying this
late and direct the acts of the sever­
There is talk now of the “Darien shop-worn piece of goods.
al executive officers thereof,” and
route” across the isthmus, which
New Funeral Car may be found at Henry & Newell’s.
wt
The bill creating a national de- asks that the president review the
contemplates a tunnel four miles
long. Think of a tunnel big enough partment of commerce, the head of findings of the court of inquiry, bas­
to permit two big steamships to which shall be a member of the cab­ ing his appeal on the findings of Ad­
pass 1
inet, was found to be objectional on miral Dewey, as opposed to the ma­
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the ground that it made the new of­ jority report. Our advice to Schley
It was always thus. An eastern ficial too great a functionary as com­ is, to let the matter rest, as it is at
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paper has in its question column pared with other cabinet officers. present, with the people. The more
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this: Which are the more valuable The mistake was a very easy one to he talks the more the hero of Santi­
salmon fisheries, those of the Colutn make. The commerce of this country ago will be discounted, and as soon
bia river in Washington, or those on has grown to such dimensions and as he reaches a certain talking stage
the northeastern coast of America? has expanded so much geographically it will be time for his manager to
It doesn’t occur to eastern people that the scope of such a department cancel the rest of his dates.
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that Oregon could have any relation will be something tremendous. Un­
A Good Kecotuiitendalion.
to the Columbia river. Washington less the measure providing for its
“I have noticed that the eale on Cham­
creation were very carefully framed
benefits herself by advertising.
berlain’s stomach and liver tablets is al­
the secretary of commerce would most invariably to those who have once
We desire to give McMinnville and vicinity a better service in the line of
The Reporter gives in another col­ naturally be vested with powers used them," says Mr. J. H. Weber, a
building
materials. What we need is a mill nearer our city, and, better yet,
umn a digest of the new law relative that might rank him relatively too prominent druggist of Cascade, Iowa.
a
mill
situated
in our fair, growing city, where Lumber, etc., can be made the
to the collection of county and state high. This objection can be obvi­ What better recommendation could any
year
round,
giving
employment to a larger number of men, supplying material
ated
by
a
little
judicious
pruning
medicine
have
than
for
people
to
call
for
taxes. Tax paying time, never very
during
winter
months,
and above all keeping our money at home and distrib­
it
when
again
in
need
of
such
a
remedy?
and
revising
of
the
bill,
which
is
welcome, comes at an inopportune
them when you feel dull after eat­
uting it among our business men and employes, instead of sending it away to
time for the farmer, but three per sure of enactment when satisfactor­ Try
ing, when you have a bad taste in your
build up other communities to our loss.
cent rebate on taxes paid before ily drawn.
mouth, feel bilious, have no appetite or
when troubled with constipation, und
By careful investigation we have been able to locate
March 15th, will persuade many to
are sure to be delighted with the
The census bureau has adopted a you
negotiate a loan in order to escape
prompt relief which they afford, For
)
the penalty of ten per cent April 1st. phrase in referring to the United sale by Howorth & Co.
States that will, no doubt, greatly
I nllorm Kate Needed.
A drunkard got into the Woman's worry the so-called anti-imperialists.
The Reporter commented last week
Temple in Chicago recently, and In order to distinguish the main­ upon the wide diversity in valuation of
consisting of \\ hite and Yellow Fir, Cedar and Hardwood.
This body of
throwing a bottle of whisky at the land from our recently acquired in­ telegraph and telephone lines by the
Timber
is
available
to
our
city,
but
will
require
a
large
amount
of capital to
bust of Frances Willard, spattered sular possessions of Hawaii, Porto various county assessors, wherein it was
handle
the
enterprise,
and
if
we
can
reduce
our
stock
sufficiently
to get the
it with the demon rum. The man, Rico, Guam and the Philippines, the shown that they were rated at $260 per
required
capital,
we
will
be
able
to
give
our
patrons
the
benefit
of
the saving
seeing he was in for it, said that was bureau has seen fit to call the former mile in Multnomah county, $120 in
in
the
long
haul
from
our
present
mill,
which
means
a
saving
of
at
least $2 a
the
“
Continental
United
States
or
Clackamas, fi 18 in Columbia, {103 in
his way of muking a pledge to drink
thousand
on
Lumber.
To
secure
this
capital,
and
to
secure
it
quickly,
Douglas,
$63
in
Marion,
$62
in
Polk,
$53
the
United
States
proper.
”
These
no more, und the women present
will commence
said it was “sweet” of him, and took words sound strange to the antis in Washington, and on down to $25 per
Concerning this,
but they may in time grow accus­ mile in Yamhill.
up a collection.
tomed to them. Anyway it is only County Assessor Yocom says that it was
On January
Sale Strictly For Cash
in
a measure returning to something his intention to assess the property at
General Fred Funston had better
the same rate last year as it was the
of our Entire Stock of Goods, consisting of Lumber, Sash and Doors, Mould­
tie up the stitches in the previous like first principles, for during the year before—that is, at $42 per mile.
ings,
Paints, Oils, Glass, etc., etc. We have a large stock of strictly first-
operation on him, make a knot in the Revolutionary period the thirteen He says he does not understand how
class
Finishing
Lumber under our sheds, audit will pay those contemplating
thread to keep it from coming un­ colonies were always known as the the valuation was reduced, but he finds
“
Continent.
”
We
had
a
“
Conti
­
building
during
the coming season to take advantage of this sale, and secure
upon investigation that such was the
done, and get back to the Philip­
nental
congress
”
and
a
“
Continental
case.
His
explanation
of
the
higher
strictly
first-class
Dry Lumber at a price that will never be equaled again.
pines as soon as possible.
If he
TO DEALERS who handle small stocks of Mouldings and Shop Work
stays in this country, he will be in­ army,” and why not now a “Conti­ rate in Multnomah county, is, theoreti­
cally, that in the city of Portland, where
vestigated. Some one will charge nental United States?”
etc., here is a chance to secure your Spring Stock at a money-making price.
a large number of wires constitute a line,
that he stuck u pin in Aguinaldo, or
Send in your list of goods wanted in this line, and let us quote you prices.
Government ownership of tele­ the valuation must be proportionately
that the capture was not “regular,"
We have one of the largest stocks of Paint Brushes in the valley, and to
greater than where there is only a single
graphs is a possibility of the near line, or even only a few wires.
and congress will take it up
Painters or Dealers this will afford an opportunity to lay in your season’s
future. The senate committee on
stock of high-grade brushes at little money. In fact, everything that we
A lazy man's invention is that of postoffices and postroads is prepar­ Miss Ola Grant of Dallas is the proud
carry
in stock will go at some figure. In addition to our stock of goods we will
the Benton county farmer who will ing a measure for the purchase of ex­ possessor of a card bearing the autograph
offer
our
compel his goats tosheur themselves isting lines and it is declared that of President Roosevelt, which was sent
this coming spring. The goats are President Roosevelt and his closest at her request.
to furnish the motive power for a political and personal friends in con­
treadmill, to which will be attached gress favor it, and that Henry C.
When a
Located in McMinnville. Also Four Head of Work Horses, Five Work
woman is
a shearing machine. The goats will Payne, an expert organizer, was
nervous
her
made
postmaster
general
in
order
to
Cattle,
several Wagons, Harness, etc., etc. Come and make us an offer on
be worked in relays of two at a time
'^imagina­
same. No discount on any line of goods except for Spot Cash. All goods sold
on a three-hour shift, thus each will assist in carrying out this plan. The
tion gives
fantastic
and entered on book, even for one day, will be entered at regular prices.
be relieved bv another when called measure, it is believed, will be pop­
and threat­
ular
with
the
people
because
it
will
to the shearing table.
\\ e have just added a Shingle Mill to our sawmill in the mountains, and
ening
promise an immediate reduction »in
shapes to
Shingles will not be sold at a discount.
the most fa­
It was announced shortly after telegraph tolls. The capital stock
All amounts due must be settled at once. If not paid by February 1st,
miliar ob­
President Roosevelt, was sworn in of the two great companies, the
jects.
By day
will
be
handed to an attorney for collection. If you desire to help us in this
she starts in fear
that his wife made it a rule to never Western Union and Postal, aggre­
enterprise,
come in and pay up and buy something for your Spring repairs.
at
every
sudden
spend more than $3(M) a year on her gates $171.090,OtM), which they are pre­
or unfamiliar
dresses. Still, according to the de­ pared to pay for by the issue of
sound. By
I night the furni­
scriptions, the one she wore at the thirty year 2 per cent bonds, and
ture of her room
recent White House reception, cost these will probably be offered to the
takes on af­
frighting forms
$300 alone, und it is said she has a public as an investment, so that it
of ghost or gob­
dozen more like it. The president will really be benefited by the pur­
lin. You can't
finds meeting dry goods bilis just as chase. These bonds will be accepted
reason with the
I
nerves. Neither*
as security for national banks and
strenuous as anybody.
logic nor love
will be eagerly sought after.
can quiet them
They must be
Thompson the Winner.
We are always bearing that offi­
oration was pessimistic, as college ora- neither, hnt is frugal, industrious and
nourished and then the outcry of the
cials are poorly paid, and Attorney
Congressman Tongue is right in nerves will cease as naturally as a hun­
Our industrial interests
The interest on the irreducible fund tions usually are. Smith's w as rather i law-abiding.
General Knox in his annual report opposing the general irrigation bill, gry chilli ceases to cry when fed.
set apart for the conservation of oratory more RO-
' demand his admittance. Likewise in­
For nervous women there is no better in McMinnville College, by the class of
Mr. Thompson spoke v»»»
on "What
Shall ternational
reasons.
We 11UVU
must 3 have a
recommends an increase in the sala­ which has been presented by western tonic
.....
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and nervine than Dr. Pierce's Fa­
ries of federal judges. A judge who members. Representative Tongue, vorite Prescription. It cures the dis­ '94 met with no claimants last year, con­ be Our National Policy toward Chinese i foothold in the orient. Proper religious
receives $15,000 a year, is barely who is chairman of the irrigation eases which produce nervousness in sequently there was a double sum await Immigration?” He said the United motives and the evangelization of the
women, irregularity, debilitating drains,
able togoalongon his salary, so the committee, according to a Washing­ infiainmation. ulceration and female ing those willing to take up the work States was at peace after a successful world call for it. The speaker presented
complaining ones say.
But when ton dispatch says that this will not weakness It tranquilizes the nerves, this year, W. L. Thompson and E. A. war with Spain. Slavery in its early- all there is in John's favor, and in so do­
the appetite, and induces re­ Smith agreed to run the gauntlet period was tolerated as an act of expedi­ ing justified one evil with another. Both
we remember that their tenure of benefit his state for many years to encourages
freshing sleep.
Wednesday evening, and a fair audience ency, and this was the object of the speakers probably took views contrary
office is for life, and that they may come. He thinks that the funds "When I began taking your medicine I was assembled to witness the performance I v.va.y
Geary «,i
act oi
ot 1882.
iooz.
The
i nr question was 1° their real sentiments in order to make
not able to «und on my leet ten minutes at a
retire on full pay at 70, it would arising from the sale of public lands time." writer Mrs H.ittie Borradaile. of tn Mr, Smith led on the subject “The whether it should be abolished, or should a more emphatic oration This is often
Spring Street Nashville. Tenn "Ksd falling
seem that their condition is much in the several states should not all ot
uterus and kidney and beer disease and was National Tendency," This he thought the great principle of equal rights to all done. The judges were Prof. Aiderman,
so
weak and nennius I could not seep still
better than the people whose income be converted into a general fund to Would
toward commercial aristocracy, men as set forth in the constitution be C. R. Hamblin and C V. Galloway,
take nervutu «pell« and almost die at was
times.
had several different doctors attend­ which would eventually undermine the subverted
Chinamen were recently They found that Thompson scored a
is three or four hundred dollars a tie used indiscriminately at the di' ing but I they
could not do mr anv good. The
^s opponent
national structure.
Mark Hanna re­ lacking in the canneries on the Colutn- i
on* I had said I would never get up again
—- The 5™ of
yw. These stories of underpaid rcction of the secretary of the in- last
Told him that I was taking vour Favorite Fro-
fis was awarded in two prizes by Prof
■officials are invented by people who terior, but that 75 per cent of such senpuou and Gotten Medi.nl Discover», «nd ceived a good-sized slap and the V. S. bia. and they had to close for that rea­ , Storey.
hr Mid, 1 Michi luat «> well take that much
Ibope for favors from the officials
funds should be expended in the waler each day Rut 1 ihoughl I rosiM give the senate was characterized as the mecca son. The south is also demanding them I An eight-hand piano piece was given
The dis­
medicine a fair trial Before I had Antehed the of the American nobleman.
bv Misses Campbell. Estes. Pennington
state in which they arise, the balance first two bottles 1 am« able to gel outaade the missal of prominent educators because for development of their rice fields. and
Fenton. Miss Fraker sang a solo,
John was compared to European emi­
house and walk around the vard I kept o»
According to Miss Susan B. . An- being turned into a general fund taking the medicines and they cured me “
of their political belief was used as an grants—a motly crowd who beg and and Miss Thomas gave a nice (election
thony, women will quit marrying t as Furthermore. >, Mr. Tougue iuaist*
pr. Pierce's Pellets cure taluxisoess. argument to support his theory. The I shoot presidents. The Chinaman does on the piano, all of which filled out an
Yamhill County
Reporter
The Stockholders Meeting
Grange à Farmers Company
flcMinnville Grange & Farmers Co.
♦
Tull Line of Carpets
Window Shades and Lace Curtains
• Complete Line of Undertaking Goods.
H. C. BURNS.
!
A CHANGE IN BUSINESS
o
H Large Body of Excellent Cimber
10, 1902, A
SASH AND DOOR FACTORY FOR SALE
JONES & ADflJVIS.
excellent program of sufficient length,
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