The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, November 05, 1897, Image 1

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Entered at the Postoffice in McMinnville,
as Second-class matter.
Have an immense stock of furniture. They
have to keep a big stock, because they have a large
territory to supply. Prices on everything in our
store are surprisingly cheap just now. If you
want proof of this, come in and price the goods.
Canton Clipper Plows
Superior Drills and Seeders
Right Lap Cultivator and Seed­
Mitchell Wagons
O. C. Emery is awheel—collecting.
Mr. Will Wiley and wife of Hillsboro
spent Sunday at M. McDonald’s.
Mrs. Ella Mead and two children of
Grant’s Pass are in town visiting rela­
Tom Frazier has sold his lease on the
Bailey farm and will soon move near
Mrs. R. P. Ungerman of McMinnville
was near town getting wild blackberries
on Tuesday.
Last week Mr. C. T. Belcher and
daughter Bertha, visited at W. W. Nel­
A jolly crowd from town took dinner
at the lovely new home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Barrie on Sunday last.
The poetoffice is now in the new build­
ing, and Mr. Woodward has also moved
the Graphic plant to the same place.
Uncle Dick Phillips made a flying trip
to Portland one day last week.
Halloween was celebrated to some ex­
tent by the bad boys of Whiteson.
Burg Hoffman was sick and had to
stop work on the section a few days.
Mr. McAllister ot the tile factor}' is
hauling lumber preparatory to building.
The familiar buzz of the woodsaw has
been heard in Whiteson the last few
Harrison Booth and wife of Beaver,
Oregon, were visitors in Whiteson last
Monday morning Andrew Kneedler
went on the section in place of S. B.
Cunningham, who goes to Corvallis to
take temporary charge of a section there.
In District No.
One Dollar if paid In advance, Singlenumberatlvecenti.
NO. 4G.
t'oluinbua School Notes.
On October 30th Chas. Belat employed
a new boy to help in the jelly factory.
He hasn’t done anything yet but boss, as
he is rather young for hard service.
Weight 8 pounds. Mother and child do­
ing well.
Rev. Dr. Thompson, the Presbyterian
Sunday school missionary, assisted by
Rev. Smick, began a series of meetings
in the Presbyterian church Tuesday
evening. We sincerely hope success
may attend their efforts.
At least one-half of Yamhill county
must be going to get on a jag that will
last until spring judging from the
amount of cider that is manufactured and
taken from this place. As many as eight
wagons have been counted at one time
taking their turn, while stacks of apples
are stored in the building waiting a lei­
sure time.
Mise Mattie Funk has left us to make
an extended visit with her sister, Mrs.
Albert Newbill, near Hood River.
Pratt Sitton is erecting a residence on
his farm, north of N. K. Sitton's.
Frank Hibbs, a former student of Mc­
Minnville college, will again resume his
studies there.
Mr. Frank Wisecarver, having moved
A 16-lnch Plow for $14.
his family to McMinnville, his farm res­
idence will be occupied by W. Hill and
Air-Tight Heaters, $3.50 and up.
Jesse and Charlie Henderson showed
three fine salmon last week as the result
Have you seen the Newest Thing
of one day’s fishing below Meadow lake.
The largest one measured thirty-six
in Stove Mats? We have them.
Highschool Notes.
Bert Leabo's broken arm is improving,
entered school Tuesday.
and he expects to soon gain the use of it.
one of the best compo­
Eb. Sitton arrived here last week with
sitions that has been read.
a fine band of calves from Moore’s valley.
We are having a great many more tar­
The first month of school here, ended
dy marks than are necessary.
last Friday.
Amba Daniels entertained very pleas­
antly a few of her friends Saturday even­
Why euffer with coughs, colds and la-
kinds of Watches, Clockr grippe when Laxative Bromo Quinine ing.
All kinds of Fine,
D. A. SMITH’S All and
Jewelry for sale at
Among our visitors the past week were
Difficult and
will cure you in one day. Does not pro­
hard times prices.
old Watches re­
duce the ringing in the head like sul­ Mesdames Reynolds and Neal, and Miss
paired and made
phate of quinine. Put up in tablets con­ J osa Hofistatter of the college.
to run as good
Some of our girls are having words
venient for taking. Guaranteed to cure
as new at
or money refunded. Price 25 cents. For over a certain girl riding to school with
sale by Rogers Bros.
one of our boys.
Jeaielry Store * * *
Where, oh where is our school paper?
There is some talk about class colors.
We would say the sooner we have them
the better.
Edna Hodson celebrated her 13th
birthday by inviting about eighteen of
her friends to spend the afternoon with
her, Saturday.
Professor placed a problem on the
board Monday morning which read like
this: Right character: truthfulness,
honeety and generosity. Three-fourths
of life: conduct. Conduct equals char­
acter. Character multiplied by self-con­
trol and self-direction equals right char­
Royal makes the food pure,
wbolaaoma and delle Ions.
Absolutely Pure
Cook School Notes.
Nearly seven weeks of school have
passed away or about one-fifth of the
entire year.
Several new pupilshave entered school
since last writing, and all grades are
crowded with the exception of the 7th
and 8th.
Written review comes again next week
and if the pupils have prepared them­
selves it will be easy, if not, it will be
hard to get a good average.
Harry Long has returned to school
after a short illness.
Lulu Wilcox has a severe sore throat
but is bravely holding her place in ranks.
The first day of November there were
25 pupils in Prof. Littlefield’s room, 49
in Mrs. Littlefield’s room, 53 in Miss
Mann's room, and 49 in the primary
Owing to the boys loitering on the way
home from school the teachers have en­
forced this rule, which must be obeyed :
“As soon as school is out each pupil must
go straight home from school and report
to their parents.”
. akimo aowoab 00., sewaom.
Probate Court.
Estate of Jacob Wisecarver. First
semi-annual account approved subject to
objection on final account. Petition to
allow $25 iter month for six months al­
lowed, and executor ordered to pay
widow said monthly allowance.
Estate of Mary Ann Sheldon. Inven­
tory filed and approved. Petition to sell
personal property at private sale ap­
proved, and property so ordered sold.
Estate of A. C. Martin. Petition to
sell note and mortgage allowed as prayed
Estate of Nels Christenson. Inventory
Estate of Jas. H. Scott. Final account
filed and Tuesday, Dec. 7th, 1897, at 10
a. m., set to hear same.
Guardianship of Esther Swanson et al.
Final account of guardian as to Esther
Swanson approved and guardian dis­
charged as to her.
Guardianship of Ray Carter et al. First
semi- annual account approved.
School Report«
Wm. A. Henderson returned from
Re)>ort of school district No. 6, for the North Dakota Monday evening.
month commencing Oct. 4th and ending
Oct. 29th: No. of visitors, 6; No. of days
taught, 20; No. of pupils enrolled, 22;
Average number belonging, 21; Average
daily attendance, 20. Names of those
not absent or tardy, Kathleen and Delilah
For Infants and Children.
Canfield, Esther and Mattie Martin,
Oscar Younglierg, Carl Elmland and
Everet McDonald. C has . A. D each ,
The Greatest Opportunity Ever Offered to Buy Good Honest
Goods at Your Own Price!
We are ready to sell our Stock
and fixtures at a bargain at
We wish to settle up all ac-
counts, so would kindly ask all
who may owe us to come in and
settle at once and not wait to
be solicited personally.
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