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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 15, 1897)
SHOULD NOT BE USED
to fill teeth unless necessary to pre
serve them. Tooth decay la usually
caused by fopd accumulating be
tween or about them, and being al
lowed to remain there, it decom
poses and forms an acid, which nur
tures bacteria. This causes a rapid
breaking down of tooth substance,
after which the only remedy is to fill
the cavity. This should be done
carefully and thoroughly by a den
tist who is skilled in the art and un
derstands the structure of the tooth.
Having made such work a specialty,
I invite your attention to my meth
Extracting done carefully
and painlessly. Plates made as nat
ural as possible and assured to fit.
All methods used are only the latest.
Call for examination and prices.
LEROY LEWIS, D. D. S.
£ALBREATH & GOUCHER,
(Office over Braly’s Bank.)
N c M innvillb
O rigon .
H. COOK, n. D.
Rooms 9 and 10, Union Block,
M c M innvilie ,
O r BOON.
Q^HARP & GAUNT,
We are located opposite Burns A Daniels and aim
to give all customers good treatment for little
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat
Manufactures and DealB In
..ndbrushes, and sells them cheaper than they
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
All work guaranteed as represented. Repairing
of all kinds promptly done. First door west ot
McMinnville National Bank.
Third St., between E and F.
Wilson & Henderson, Props.
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by
day, week or month. Commercial travelers
conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates.
Give us a call.
|-jARDlNG & WEST,
Successor, to Mattbies Bros.,
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
South side Third St. between B and C.
Truck and Dray Co.
Good, of all descriptions moved, and careful
handling guaranteed. Collections will be mad.
monthly Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
will repair vour Boggle, and Wagons, manufai’
ture Office Furniture. Book case.. Wardrobes,
Brackets. Whatnots and all kind, of wood work.
Two Doors East of City Stables.
THE McMIMMW 1I.I.E
Paid up Capital, §50,000
Transacts a General Banking Business.
Office Hour. 9 s. tn. to 4 p. m.
LEE LAUGHLIN, President.
J. L. ROGERS, Vice-President.
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
H. s. LINK, Assistant Cashier.
G. S. Wright, dentist.
Millsap & Son, Pure Food Grocers. X/
Hops are quoted at 12 to 14 cents by
Chas. Earhart luta leased hie barber
ehop to J. N. Mills.
Wm. F. Dielechneider does all kinds
of Jewelry repairing.
Wanted—A boy to do choree and go to
school. Inquire of Janies McCain.
Money to loan on improved farm prop
erty. Address Box 72, Lafayette, Or. 3-4
The best 25-ceut meal in the city is ob
tainable at T. A. White’s restaurant.
If Wm. E. Dielechneider repairs your
watch, it's all right.
See Dr. Nelson about seamless gold
crowns and plate work
Miss Daisy Young visited friends in
Portland and Vancouver this week.
Kay & Todd buy from first-class houses.
Not *1.00 worth of auction or bankrupt
stock in the store.
A petition to the governor is already
being circulated for the pardon of Walter
Mrs. Samuel Tethero of Monmouth
was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Will I.Ogun
For Sale—A good horse, phaeton and
harness, cheap. Inquire at this office.
Will take good milch cow in exchange.
Are you going to paint your house?
Consult Elsia Wright about paints and
oils. He will give you the best material
at least cost.
Mrs. Eunice Brooks of Sellwood, and
Mrs. Carrie Scott of Portland, sister and
daughter of 0. H. Adams, arrived Mon
day on a visit of a few days.
J. P. Irvine & Son will sell you sugar
by the sack at Portland prices with
Four steam wood saws have been kept
busy for over two weeks getting winter
wood ready for McMinnville citizens.
C. Griesen takes subscriptions at pub
lishers’ rates for all the leading publi
Kay & Todd have the cheapest line of
underwear ever brought into the city;
*1.50 underBuit for *1.00.
In making the drive to the state fair
last Friday, a horse belonging to DeHav
en & Newell died, supposedly from over
Candy, candy, candy ! The largest
stock and finest assortment in town at
Miss Nora Cooper left on Saturday for
another year of school work at Pullman.
Wash. She has two more years to com
plete the course.
Bettman &. Warren receive fresh cheese
from Tillamook every few days.
Roy Rogers had the misfortune to lose
a finger while working about the Wright-
Pearson steam wood saw Thursday of
For Sale or Trade—A fine young mare,
well broke double and single, gentle and
kind and a fine traveler. Will trade for
sheep or cattle. Inquire of Hans Peterson,
on Hubbard place, Happy valley. 42-3
Rev. Joseph Hoberg is making an
abundant supply of paint still further
beautify his new residence. The color
of his house, he would have you under
stand, is “Milwaukee brick.”
Wanted—By man and wife, to take
charge of a farm and have management
outdoors. Would board owners as part
pay for rent, or will rent place on shares
if team, implements, etc., are fur
nished. For particulars enquire of Ed.
of Reporter, or address box 429, McMinn
McMinnville crossing east of town has
been named Sully, after Mr Frank Sally»
who lives near. The name was changed
because passengers up from Portland fre
quently took that line thinking “Mc
Minnville Crossing” meant McMinn
ville, and of course being sidetracked
there after dark they naturally raised a
TLe new display window at the Excel
sior Photo Studio is the finest the city
has ever seen. It is certainly up to date.
’The veterans’ association, Custer post,
Woman’s Relief Corps and National
Guarii people will come together on the
23d inst. and enjoy a feast such ae they
have had many times in the past. The
regular day for the celebration isOct.
12th, Columbus day, but it was over
looked this year till too late to make
N. L. Butler of Dallas was on Tuesday
chosen a member of the board of trustees
of the Oregon Fire Relief Association, in
place of Wm. Clemens of Dayton. Other
wise the board remains the same, being
constituted ae follows; Amos Nelson,
Newberg; Chas. Griesen, Henry Gee and
J. H. Nelson, McMin nville ; Albert Odell,
Salem ; H. V. Matthews, Salem ; H. Bry
The church board of the C. P. church
has engrossed upon its minutes and has
authorized the announcement through
The Reporter of • unanimous vote of their
sincere thsnks to the young ladies who
constitute the McMinnville Mite Society
for their generous contribution of *20 to
the church building fund. The young
ladies have selected a pew in the new
church which will bear a silver plate ap
propriately engraved with the name of
their organization. Nobody ie barred,
however, from sitting in the pew.
G. S. Wright, dentist.
Typewriter supplies at C. Griesen's.
Freeh Tillamook cheese at Bettman A
Candies that are pure, fresh and whole
some, at Kuns'.
Hon. N. L. Butler ot Dallas was in the
Just received at the Racket store, new
lot all wool remnants.
You can get perfect satisfaction in pho
tos at the Excelsior Studio.
Eva Martin has just received another
large shipment of New York millinery.
Choicest and freshest candies in town
can always be found at White’s restau
Kay & Todd arc now ready for the fall
trade with a complete line in all de
Cora J. Hill and Howard Savage of
Amity were married by Justice Mc-
Phillips Wednesday evening.
Arthur McPhillipa is now a full-fledged
attorney, having received his “sheep
skin” from Salem this week.
Mrs. C. C. Strong of Portland arrived
la9t evening on a visit to her mother,
Mrs. Rhoda Henderson.
For sale—Four first-grade billy-goats
and a few good grade buck lambs In
quire of Wm. Merchant, Carlton, Or. 3-4
Mrs. W. D. Laughary of Rifle, Col.,
arrived Wednesday evening to visit the
family of her father-in-law, W. J. Laugh
ary, and other friends. She is accompa
nied by her daughter. Leia
Prune growers in Yamhill county have
not got rich this year, A few, we under
stand, have done fairly well. Mr. Mc
Intire of Lafayette is 9aid to have cleared
the cost of his dryer erected this season.
At Racket store. A larger line than
ever before of women’s, misses’ and
children's underwear, also for men and
boys. Be sure and see them.
There was a drunken row at a dance in
the vicinity of Whiteson Saturday night,
and Clint Miller is wanted for attempting
to carve Robert Fox. A warrant is out
for Miller’s arrest and he will likely be
considered by the next grand jury.
Fox’s injuries are not of a serious nature.
O. H. Irvine and A. B. Apperson went
to Portland Wednesday as representa
tives of Diana lodge, K. of P., to attend
the meeting of the grand lodge. Mrs.
Hannah Wright is representative to the
grand temple, and Mrs. Nettie Ungerman
attended as an officer of the grand lodge.
Miller, the new druggist, is located
one door west of Millsap’s grocery, with
one of the best appointed drugstores in
the Willamette valley. He is a thorough
pharmacist, and will fill your prescrip
tions with the utmost care. It pays to
keep posted when competition ie sharp.
Custer post, G. A. R. was presented
with a beautiful picture of the making of
the first American flag, by Hon. A. J.
Apperson. The post passed a resolution
of thanks for the same. The picture was
highly appreciated by the old boys and
will adorn the walls of their hall in fu
Services will be held in the auditorium
of the new Cumberland Presbyterian
church next Sabbath. There will be a
special program lor the evening service,
and Dr. J. W. Watts of Lafayette will
speak on “Good Citizenship.” There
will be music by the young lady quar
tette and choir.
The statement published this week by
the McMinnville National bank, tells
something of the story of prosperity. The
deposits reach the snug figure of *112,218.
Their last statement published about
three months ago, showed *80,827. The
increase is in demand deposits and is
money belonging to farmers and business
The time for city election draw s nigh ;
candidates are being discussed. Most of
the talk centers in the mayoralty. Wm.
Chrisman, J. P. Irvine, A. M. Peery each
Beem to have a following, and about a
dozen others are talked of on the outer
edge In the larger list occur the names
of Watt Henderson, Chas. Daniele, W.
L. Warren, D. Stout, Charley Johnson,
F. W. Fenton, E. W. Wallace, E. F.
Manning, Elsia Wright, Wyatt Harris,
Wm. Campbell, and a few others we
have forgotten to mention.
When a man owns a blooded horse he
ie always careful of its health. He looks
after its diet and is particular that the
feeding shall be regular and right. While
he is doing this it is likely as not that he
is himself suffering from some disease or
disorder When the trouble gets so bad
that he cannot work, he will begin to
give himself the care he gave the horse
at the start. Good pure, rich, red blood
is the best insurance against disease of
any kind. Almost all diseases come from
impure or impoverished blood. Keep
the blood pure and strong and disease
can find no foothold. That is the princi
ple upon which Dr. Pierce’s Golden Med
ical Discovery works. It cleanses, puri
fies and enriches the blood, puts and
keeps the whole body in perfect order;
makes appetite flood. digestion strong,
assimilation perfect. It brings ruddy,
virile health. It bnilds up solid, whole
some flesh (not fat; when, from any
cause, reduced below the healthy stand
NOTICE OF SALE!
The sale of the F. W. Red
mond stock of merchandise still
continues. There are great bar
gains to be had there now, as
the Trustee is determined to
close the stock out as soon as
possible. It will pay the general
public to buy their goods now
while the stock is yet complete.
It is an opportunity that seldom
occurs to buy goods at such low
prices. The sale will continue
until further notice.
J. D. KENNEDY, Trustee.
Have you visited the new drugstore of
Chas. F. Miller? He desires to have
you come in whenever in need of any
thing in the line of drugs and medicines.
He is here to save save you money on
such purchases and to give you an hon
est article. He sells his goods on the
theory of live and let live.
Closing Out Sale
Llceueee to Marry.
Oft. 7th—Douglas Hadley, 22, and
Mattie A. Powell, 19, of Dayton.
Oct. 9th—Tray Branson, 23, and I.uella
Oct. 11th —Hans Damm, 25, and Char
lotte Miller, 22, of McMinnville.
Oct. 12th—Matthew Kiser, 21, and
Ada Jones, 16, of Newberg.
Oct. 13th—Chas. A. Hodson, 28, and
Mattie E. Stratton, 18, of Newberg.
Oct. 13th—H. W. Savage, 27, and Cora
J. Hill, 28, of Amity.
AT COST !
At the Old Bettman Stand
Corner Third and B Streets
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
All druggists refund the money if it fails
to cure. 25c. For sale by Rogers Bros.
I now have my General Merchandise stock in
position at the above location, and for the next
month will offer some of the rarest bargains in
Dry Goods, Groceries, etc., that it has ever been
your happy privilege to take advantage of in Mc
I intend to close out entirely, and will replace
nothing, so am in position to give you good bar
gains. I realize that competition is sharp, but it
is the life of trade, and I am here to sell the goods.
Would be pleased to have you call and inspect
stock, believing that we can save you money,
Do you know, that Elsia Wright carries
a full line of lubricating oils for machin
ery? Owners of valuable harvesting and
other machinery cannot afford to exper
iment with poor oils. He carries the best
on the market and they are warranted
not to gum.
One-half interest in a livery stable.
Good location. For terms apply to
J. E. H ubbard , Lafayette, Or.
H. B. Reed is the all-round fence man.
He not only makes and sells the combi
nation picket and wire fence,but has two
or three styles of all wire fencing, and al
so common barbed wire. He is in the
fence business, and it will pay you to see
him about anything in that line.
D. M. NAYBERGER
.'.Hutumn Greeting, 1897.
We take pleasure in informing our customers and the people in general
that our Stock for Fall and Winter is now complete in all departments.
It consists of large shipments of Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats and Caps,
Boots and Shoes, Ladies’ and Gents’ Furnishing Goods, fine line of Mil
linery, Seal Plush, Fur and Cloth Capes, Jackets, Wrappers and ready
made Skirts, Dress Trimmings, Trunks and Valises, Lace Curtains and
Laces, Ladies’ and Men’s Mackintoshes, Rubber Goods and Kid Gloves
in all shades.
In View of the Improved Outlook
We have made extraordinary preparations to meet the wants of our cus
tomers for the coming season. Our purchases have been made strictly
for cash, in greatest quantities and direct from eastern manufacturers of
the newest goods in the markets. We are therefore enabled to sell at low
We Extend our Thanks
for the generous and increasing patronage that has met our efforts in
business, and hoping by fair treatment to receive a merited portion of
your trade in the future, assuring you that our facilities, as in the past,
are such that no one can serve you better, we remain,
Yours Very Respectfully,
Mell and Special Orders will receive prompt attention