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M’MINNVILLE, OREGON, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1894.
Entered at the Portoffice In McMinnville,
as Second-clos* matter.
THE McM UN VILLE
National Bank The End of the World
Silverware at Dielechneider’s
Jarrett Todd, tbe North Yambill cloth
ing merchant, was in tbe city Monday.
C. E. Loux orders the R eporter to his
address at Pocatello, Idaho, and -remarks
that he is doing well in his new location.
County warrants taken at tbeir face by
A number of Newberg people have the
Leave your subscriptions for any news
paper or magazine at C. Griesen’s book
Mr. E. A. Mann of Pendleton visited
his sister, Miss Frances Mann over Sun
day. and on Mondaj’ proceeded to Polk
county to visit his old home.
For a nice lady’scloak see R. Jacobson.
You can buy it at lied rock price.
Anstine of the Novelty has been in
Portland this week seeing about holiday
Rev. E. E. Thompson united in marri
age at the parsonage on the evening
before Thanksgiving, Mr. Frank M. Olds
of Washington county and Mrs. Josie
Eberhard, nee Cone, of this city.
Wait for the stock of Christmas goods
at the Novelty, F. Anstein, manager.
The children are counting the days till
New styles in jewelry and holiday
goods arriving daily at Wm. F. Diel-
schneider’e, the jeweler.
E. N. Ford is jubilant over the arrival
of a new son in his family on the morn
ing of the 3d.
Fresh mince meat at Cook & Millsap’s
until after Christmas.
M rs . M aris .
Dr. Tyler Smith, Sheridan’s gentle
manly physician, was transacting busi
ness in the county seat on Saturday.
W anted .—Two or three fresh cows, at
reasonable price, by J. Mattey, Lafayette.
Thanksgiving day in the evening was
made notable to the family of Lawyer
Coshow by the arrival of the third
daughter in the line of posterity.
Go to the Novelty for stationery. F.
Mrs. W. S. Thompeon, of Albany, a
former college student in this city, is
visiting her brother, Judge Magers.
All persons indebted to R. Jacotaon
will please call and settle as we have
waited patiently, and now are obliged to
make collections to meet obligations.
Miss L. Vial of Portland was visiting
her brother Dr. Vial, in the city over
Some fortunate person is going to get a
fine French clock. For particulars eee
the window of Wm. F. Dielschneider,
Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock
Judge Magers united in holy wedlock
Mr. Leonard Umphlett and Miss Alice
Greer, both of Amity.
The biggest man in Yamhill county,
according to current report, was on our
streets Tuesday. His name is H. F. Bed-
well of North Yamhill.
The Baptist church of this city has
finally secured a regular pastor, after a
long and diligent search. He is Rev. E.
B. Pace, a graduate from the theological
seminary at Louisville, Ky., and who
has recently been pastor of a church at
Long Pine, Neb. He is a young man,
whose family consists of himself and
wife. He is expected to arrive during
the present month.
The most value for your money is
what you want. F. Dielschneider is giv
ing it in footwear. Big ent In prices.
The commissioners have looked after
the safety of the Yamhill bridge at thia
point, by anchoring the bents to trees by
means of iron rods. It is now considered
proof against flood.
There will be services at the Episcopal
church this, (Friday) evening, and on
Saturday eve, and morning and evening
on Sunday next, Bishop Morris and Rev.
G. M. Plummer officiating. All invited.
Highest of all in Leavening Power.—Latest U. S. Gov’t Report.
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 12.00 PER YEAR’
One Dollar if paid in advance, Single numbers five cents.
DIFFICULT JOrKN ALUn.
Setting Type in Japaueae Is a Mo.t
“As old as
the hills” aud
ed. “ Tried
is the verdict
o f millions.
lator is the
P TTP V* only Liver
can pin youi
faith for a
// C on the Liver
Z ¿¿¿J and Kid
neys. Try it.
Sold by all
Druggists in Liquid, or in Powder
to be taken dry or made into a tea.
They are very keen journalists in
the land of the chrysanthemum; but
Paid up Capital, $50,000
it must be allowed that the business
Transact, a Usuerai Banking Buainea*.
And therefore its juet as well that you should feel happy,
is carried on under difficulties from
and thia you can best do by trying to make others happy.
which’even hardened western news
Therefore go to
- J. W COWLS.
papermen might shrink appalled.
Vice President, - LEE LAUGHLIN. \
E. C. AC PERSON
“The internal organization of a news
If. ÿ. LINE
paper office is a sad spectacle of daily
struggle with difficulties unknown
Board of Directors:
and really unnecessary
J. W. COWLS,
FROM THE COUNTY PRESS.
A. J APPEK3ON.
J. L ROGERS
church last Tuesday evening to dis “The Japanese written and print
Sell Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Trans
And decide upon a Christmas gift for your friend or loved
We hear numerous complaints cuss the condition of Pacific college, ed character consists of the Chinese
fers ou aew York, San Fran«l«co and Portland.
Deposit* received subject to check. Interest paid
one. That’s the wav to do it.
about drunken Indians. One report and devise means to put it on a more ideographs, those complicated square
on Time Depor.ltv Loans money on approved
security. Collections made on all accessible
is that a lady and some school child solid financial footing. Pres. Newlin figures made up of an apparent
ren near Willamina were insulted by addressed the meeting at some jumble of zigzags and crosses and
Indians from the reservation. An length, giving an account of the ticks and triangles and tails, ‘the
Handsome Books, cloth bound, from 15 cents upward. Bibles,
other report is that two citizens of founding of other colleges and setting footprints of a drunken fly’—and of
Albums, Christmas Cards and Booklets. Dolls from 2 cents
Willamina were driving cattle be forth the needs of Pacific college the original syllabary, called kana.
upward. Set of Dickens’ works, 15 volumes, $7.50. Musical
tween Willamina and the Agency, and the advantage it has been and is Of the former there are 20,000 in all,
Instruments bought in eastern markets at astonishingly low
were stopped by Indians and that one destined to be to the town and com of which perhaps 14,000 constitute
prices. Handsome Christmas Cards from 2 cents upward.
of the siwashes drew a knife and munity. He closed by announcing a the scholar’s vocabulary, and no few
threatened to kill one of the whites, plan proposed by the board, to en er than 4,000 are in common daily
who promptly clubbed the Indian able them to raise money enough to use; while the forty-seven simple let
GATES & HENRY, Props.
The King of Liver Medicine«.
with his Winchester and knocked place the school in better shape. The ters of the kana are known to every
“ I have used your Simmons Liver Retro-
Special bargains in Silverware and Ladies’ Gold Watches.
aud can cousclencloualy say it is the
Therefore, the Japanese lator
him off his horse into the mud. plan is to form a stock company with body.
king of all liver medicines, I consider it a
chest In itself.—Qzo. W. J ack *
E Street, north of Third. Everything New »nd
These Feports, however, lack confir
Mail orders promptly attended to. Come in or send in your orders. Special
SON, Tacoma, Washington.
Firat-elsM. Conveyance of Commercial Travel
ers a specialty Board and stabling by the day or discount to teachers and Sunday schools.
mation, but there is no doubt but each, which will be sold on three place in his stick any one of over
month We aoUclt a Mr share of tbe local pat
that whiskey will sooner or later years time at six per cent. four thousand different types—truly
Bsi the Z Stamp in red on wrapper.
the an appalling task.
lead to serious trouble between the The
“From the nature of the problem
agency wards and the whites.
THE HOME CIRCLE.
of tbe town and vicinity and place several consequences naturally fol
Don Hayes has purchased Mr.
3d Street in block uiest of Gook Hotel.
tbe matter before them, soliciting low. First, he must be a good deal The Habit of Orderliness an Im
Townsend's interest in the Sheridan
perative Duty—Untidy Beys
them for subscriptions to the stock. of a scholar himself to recognize all
and Me. stage line.
these instantly and accurately; sec
North Yamhill Record.
Mr. S. L. Hyde, Sheridan’s original
ondly, his eyesight suffers fearfully
There is nothing in a child’s educa
and only trapper succeeded in captur Mrs. S. S. Duncan arrived safely and he generally wears a huge pair
ing a fine otter in one of his traps in Omaha, Nebraska, last Thursday of magnifying goggles; and, third, tion that should be more effectually
the other day. The varmint was at 4:10 p. m. She was called thither as it is physically impossible for any and speedily inculcated than the
caught along the Yamhill river and by the serious illness of her father. man to reach 4,000 types, a totally habit of tidiness. Slovenliness in a
FRESH MEATS OF ALL KINDS.
is worth about $6. Mr. Hyde ships He is now improving rapidly, and different method of case arrangement boy is bad enough—an ever-present
CHOICEST IM THE MARKET.
worry and vexation to an orderly
Mrs. Duncan is expected home soon.
his peltry to New York.
has to be devised.
—but in a girl it is unpar
South side Third St. between B and C.
Horst Bros, of Salem last week
“The ‘typo,’ therefore, of whom
LARGE INVOICES JUST IN!
purchased 86 bales of hops from H. the best trained team in the state. there are only three or four on a donable. There should be one rigid
W. Lamson; 90 bales from Campbell Three horses hitched to a gang plow paper, sits at a little table at one and inexorable rule applying to sons
We invite the attention
& Fendall, 9 bales from Ed Fen- turns the sod all day with end of a large room, with the case and daughters alike. Even in a
of all persons contem
dall and 26 bales from Harrison out a driver. Men with other teams containing his 47 kana syllables be household where many servants are
Foster. All got cents per pouud turn the plow for them at each end fore him. From end to end of the kept, both should be required to
new goods in our line.
but Foster who received 4c. The of the field, and the horses do the room, tall cases of type are arranged pick up and put awaj’ their belong
ings—boots, hats, gloves, and gar
Logan & Kutch, Prop's.
hops were shipped from Sheridan balance.
Come and see them.
like the shelves in a crowded library, ments. The practice, once fixed,
last Wednesday and filled five cars.
a passage three feet wide being left becomes almost the involuntary
For a Clean Shave or Fashionable Hair
E. J. and J. L. Wright are con between each two. The compositor habit, and one which will be of bene
Cut Give Us a Call.
Solomon Haworth has the Ha structing a small boat for hunting receives his copy» in large pieces, fit through life, no matter in what
Baths are new and first-clan in every re
which he cuts into little takes, and position either may be placed.
fever and hopes to get off to purposes this winter.
spect. luulies' Baths and shampooing a special
N. B. Rambo, recently of Knoxville, hands each of these to one of half a
There are many lovely girls who
the banana and coffee land.
ty. Employ none but first-class men. Don't
dozen boys who assist him. The boy please in society by their tasteful
forget the place. Three doors west of Hotel
An exchange in speaking of a $25,-
takes this and proceeds to walk
000 breach of promise suit in this guest of E. J. Wright and wife. He about among the cases till he has dress and agreeable manners, tbe
sight of whose bedchamber would be
W. G. HENDERSON.
county, says Yamhill county never
country and is very favorably im collected each of the ideographs, or a revelation of indolence and untidi
Manufactures and Deals in
Chinese picture words, omitting all
reaches for the persimmon with a pressed with Oregon. He is a cousin the kana syllables which connect ness. Closet doors
long pole. The exchange is right in
them. While these boys are thus tossed carelessly upon shelves, deli
the assertion. Yamhill in competi quaintance of Mrs. Wright.
running to and fro snatching up the cate gowns crumpled in shapeless
tion with other sections of the world,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
(Third Street, between E and F.)
types and jostling each other they
Brushes and sells them cheaper than
not only reaches for the persimmon,
At a special meeting of the town keep up a continual chant, singing heaps or bung by the armhole or
WILSON & HENDERSON, Proprietors.
they can be bought auy where else in
but “fetches ’er kerwallop.”
council on Monday night, in the mat the name of the character they are back of the waist upon a hook, bu
the Willamette Valley. Our ail home
A. P. Oliver shipped 500 pounds ter of the disputed vote for S. R. looking for, as they cannot recog reau drawers open, desk in a confu
S. WILtSOH, manager.
made sets of harness are pronounced
of French prunes to a cousin of his Baxter and J. Bradley for council nize it till they hear its sound, tbe sion, book shelves clustered with
unsurpassable by those who buy them
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in Vermont last week to tickle the man, it was decided by the council ordinary lower class Japanese not rubbish, nothing in its place, and
palates of his friends. They were that Baxter had received the largest understanding his daily paper unless nothing ready for use.
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by day, week or month. Commercial
Carelessness with one’s own pos
JOHN F. DERBY, Travelers Conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. Give us a call.
put up by Paul Macy in 25 pound vote and was entitled to the election he reads it aloud.”— Henry Norman
when unchecked, easily
boxes, in a way to attract the eye as of councilman.
in Real Japan.
the appropriation and
Proprietor ot Tha McMinnviils
well as to satisfy the appetite. Mr.
At a meeting of the school board
abuse of the property of other peo
Oliver has sent prunes to this place on last Friday evening, the directors
Blaine’s Peculiar Request.
ple, so that in the home where this
before and thej’ have been well liked authorized the county clerk to dis
It has been discovered that the lawlessness is tolerated there are
by those who have received them. pose of the bonds at 4| per cent to
grave of one of America’s greatest comfort and convenience for no one.
Such shipments of first-class fruit raise money for tbe purpose of build
Situateti at tha Southwest corusr of tha Fin
sent to different parts of the country ing the proposed new school house. diplomatists, James G. Blaine, is un If, as often happens, a girl reared
marked save by a small footstone on in this way is thrown upon her own
speak more for Oregon than over The bonds to be negotiated for by
All sixes of firat-claM Drain Tils kept constantly GREAT VALUE
which are the initials “J. G. B " resources she will find her untidiness
an hand at lowest living price,
estimates sent broadcast in the way April 1st. Perhaps the bonds may
OF THE WORLD
There is no monument nor even a a bar to success. Not only is per
of printed matter. Let the people be disposed of at that low rate. If
M c M innville ,
headstone. This condition of the sonal neatness in the matter of dress
FOR A TRIFLE.
touch, taste and handle Oregon they cannot will that stop the build
grave is not the result of neglect, requisite, but it must extend to
prunes and compare them with prunes ing of a new school house? It need
but in accordance with Mr. Blaine’s every detail of work, whatever it is.
from other countries, and we need not, and should not. The present
own request. When Walker Blaine
Should the untidy boy enter the
not fear the results of the compari building is now crowded to its ut
was buried on the lot adjoining the army or the navy he will be broken
son . Let the good work go on.
most with two departments—the lot wherein repose the remains of of his evil ways by no agreeable
department having quarters the great statesman, Mr. Blaine
Wboltsals and Retail Dealer* In
means. The mother should be in
in very unsuitable rented room, pointed to a hickory tree which
Joe Melotte has the lumber on the
flexible in her demand that rooms
which is also pretty well filled.
a Twenty-page journal, is the leading Republican family
stands near by and requested Mrs. should be kept in order, and that
ground for a new house. He has
paper of the United States. It is a NATIONAL FAMILY
PAPER, and gives all the general news of the United States.
Blaine to bury him, should he die be personal property should be taken
made up his mind that Lafayette is
Hop Pickiug Machine.
It give, the events of foreign lands in a nutshell. Its AG
RICULTURAL department has no superior In the country.
fore her, with that tree as his head care of. One wise parent used to
Its Market Reports are recognlted authority Separate depart
C. C. Green, inventor of one of the
ments for "THE PAMILY CIRCLE,'' "OUR YOUNG
After but a few weeks sojourn in Ash
Rev. Gay while at Newberg last machines which has been tried in stone. The hickory was once struck capture all the balls and bats and
FOLKS,' and "SCIENCE AND MECHANICS." Its "HOME
by lightning, but afterward re toys which she found lying around
AND SOCIETY” columns command the admiration of wives land, Mrs. Charles Holman writes her Saturday evening had the misfortune
America, though conscious of failure
and daughter«. Its general political news, editorials and friends that her health is much improved.
discussions are comprehensive, brilliant and exhaustive.
to walk off the steps at the hotel and in the past, is full of confidence in covered and is now quite thrifty. the house without the lawful terri
Charley is reported as discontented be
AND ALL KINDS OF
strike his head on the walk. The the ultimate success of his device, as The grave is much visited by Mr. tory of the playroom, and each was
cause he can’t work like a trooper every
steps are three feet high and the fall shown by his recent communication Blaine’s admirers, not many of whom kept for a week as a penalty. Her
are aware of the circumstances under three boys soon grew to be thought
gave him quite a shaking up.
to the American Agriculturist, in
Jeff Harris, a popular ex-sheriff of
which a hickory tree chanced to be ful and watchful, and men as they
A SPECIAL CONTRACT enables us to offer this splendid
Mr. Unger and family have moved which he says:
thiRjcoiinty,now resident of Forest Grove,
as a monument to so con are today they feel that her summary
journal and the REPORTER for
“I can report that although a
was in the city the first of the week. to Oregon City.
spicuous a public man.— Chicago method of discipline was most salu
He has been knocking about among the
R. Jacobson, of McMinnville had much nearer approach to successful Herald.
All work folly guaranteed to give perfect aatls-
tary in its lasting effects.— Mary H.
mines of Southern Oregon during the quite a smash up while going home picking by machine was obtained
fcctlon. Refers by permiMion to Wm. Me Chris
in Inter Ocean.
man. Mr». L. X. Bewley, Mrs. K D. Fellow,.
from this place Thursday. Some part this season, yet the success was not Of a Piece With Prize Fighting.
CASH IN ADVANCE.
Holl’a Old Jewelry Stand, 3d Street.
No discount but prices below any of of the harness gave out while he was enough to justify hop growers in
(Tbe regular subscription for the two papers is $2.00.)
The following from a recent report
them in footwear. Everything in the going down the hill at the river, the in buying machines. One part of
store. Bring in your cash and see. F. horse became frightened and ran the machine only appeared to be de of a Yale-Harvard football game
Subscriptions may begin at any time.
The teacher called the grammar class
shows clearly how nearly akin this
Dielschneider's is the place. Sign of the
Address all order, to
down the hill into the brush at the ficient. The season for picking hops latest craze is to prizefighting, when
One bright November day.
And said: "My children, now you know
being too short to make the necessary
Third»». I door W.
indulged in with a determination to
The question of a state flower is again
The bens they set and lay,
broken and the buggy was other change, a crude form of the improve win, the exact minute of the occur
of Burn* 4 Daniels
So tell me wbat the people do—
up for discussion. We have heretofore
Write vour name and address on a postal card, send it to Geo. W. Best, Room 2,
wise smashed up. Mr. Jacobson was ment was put on one feeding section rence being given: “2:27 p. m. C.
Now, think right hard and try . "
Tribune Building, New York City, and a sample copy of Tbe New York suggested tbe rose, the one with moss on not injured.
And then a sorrel-headed toy
and the result appears to encourage
MEALS AT ALL HOURS
Yelled out “they sit and lie!"
the expectation that the machine
the selection must be indigenous to the
time, but resumed play. 2:29—C.
Beet He Meal In City.
will be a complete, practical and
soil, there is nothing surpassing the
Old Gentleman—Why do you
useful success in tbe field next sea
Choice Fruits, Confections, Nuts and Cigars.
game by his injuries, and is helped weep? Schoolboy—Another great
secured by tbe Methodist people to
Editors Guild of Sheridan, Conover of
'OTICE 1, hereby given that tbe undersigned,
The following general forms are alway^In stock
off, crying. 2:40—Worthington is man is dead —boo, hoo, hoo! ‘ ‘Did
serve as pastor of the church here
the duly appointed, qualified and acting and for sale at the Reporter office :
“I have every reason, from past
Dayton, Woodward of Newberg and
hurt and is forced to leave the game. you know him?” “No, but for the
administrator of the estate of Beniamin Antrim,
Lemonade, Soda Pop, Etc.
Real Estate Mortgage
Harris of Amity availed themselves of
experience, to assure hop growers
Board by the Day or Week.
Worthington’s collar bone was brok next three weeks we’ll have to study
is a brother of President
Satisfaction of Mort.
Bond for Deed
that the time is near at hand when
hill county, state of Oregon, and said court has
in the first half and Hollowell’s ourselves blind to answer the teach
set Saturday, tbe Sth day of December, A. D. 18M,
of the exposition at Portland Saturday,
the hops will be picked by machine,
Notes and Receipt,. Bill of Sale
at tbe hour of one o’clock p. tn.of laid day as the
was broken. There was a de er’s questions about him."— Street A
The S. P. railroad company has doing the work cleaner than Ameri
time to hear said final account, and of objection,
We carry a large stock of stationery and are
thereto, and to the settlement thereof.
prepared to do Job printing of every sort in the banquet in tbe evening.
three minutes while Murphy, Smith’s Good News.
Dated Nov. Sth, 1894.
best style of the art and at low figures.
can hand-picking at not over one-
J R FORREST
was being resuscitated. An
A tough looking rooster claiming to be
fourth the cost. It is expected that
Administrator of the Estate of Benj. Antrim,
other man knocked out.
A test of hog-feeding is now pro a gypsy and fortune teller called on a and the offer has been accepted. The
each section of the machine which
—Just look at this, will you? Water
gressing on tbe Corvallis college number of people in the city, this week. fruit is loaded on the cars here and
Murphy carried off the field on a
receives the hops from one person
Works Official—It looks to me like
B. E. COULTER, Prop.
taken to New York for the very who feeds in the vines will pick as stretcher. Armstrong and Hayes a small eel. “That is just what it is.
ago, and ends January 1st, covering and if he had consulted the horoscope in reasonable figure of one cent per
are ruled off the field. 4.03—Hollo
Calbreath &. Goucher.
Goods of all descript 19ns moved and
his own behalf, would probably have pound. Two cars of 40,000 pounds many in an hour as a hand-picker well is disabled and Wheeler takes I got it out of the hydrant this
careful handling guaranteed. Collections
morning.” “Ah, James, charge Mr.
would do in a day; that is, if the
divided into lots of four each, are found some other town more inviting. capacity each were brought down
PHYSICIANS AND SURGEONS.
will be made monthly. Hauling of all
feeder can feed the hop-bearing vines
Smith withone small eel—10 cents.”
being fed, one lot on chopped wheat ‘•Our readers will find Simmons Liver Tuesday morniDg, and as we go to
kinds done cheap.
and the other on mixed chopped Regulator advertised in these columns. press the work of loading is going
Wheat appears to be supplanting
wheat, shorts and chopped oats. We advertise it, and use it, and we com on. There will be enough dried
(Office over.Braly’s bank.)
wool as the chief agricultural staple
FARM FOR SALE!
Twelve notices of location of min
The experiment will be the subject mend it as a safe and excellent medi prunes to fill two cars. Though the season.”
claims were filed with the county
cine. We became acquainted with it in
Tbe R kpobter job department has of a bulletin.
price this year is not what it used to
I offer for sale my farm of 2S1 acres, two and
Lincoln county is making an ex of wheat produced last harvest are clerk of Marion county last week.
one-naif mile* southwest of Ballston, in Polk just added another rapid press to its fa
county. 80 acres In cultivation, balance in
medicine. We do not deny the merits of be, it is yet sufficient to pay a good hibit at the Portland Universal alleged to have brought $37,000,000 The claims are ioeated in wbat is
brush and pasture. Two good wells. Good cilities. Its capacity for turning out fine
preparations, but simply etate that profit on the investment, and our Exposition of cranberries, grains, in gold while tbe 140,000 tons of known as the Mineral Cut mines on
house. Will sell for »16 per acre. One-half cash work is unexcelled outside of Portland.
The cylinder press upon which the
down, mortgage ou one year s time to secure
commands confidence.” From (prune raisers are generally en grasses, three qualities of building wool produced there brought but the Santiam river, ten mile» abov»
balance. Call ou or address undersigned at Give us a trial and see what neat thing
the Journal, Lanesboro, Minn.
stone, canned salmon, etc.
Santa Claus Headquarters,
Hundreds of Beautiful things to Choose From.
chas . GHISSEN,
BURNS & DANIELS
C ity S tables ,
A WINTER’S ENTERTAINMENT !
E. J. Qualey & Co., THE NEW YORK WEEKLY TRIBUNE,
ONE YEAR FOR ONLY $1.25
Truck and Dray Co.