The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, November 12, 1897, Image 5

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    f)e was tickled
G. S. Wright, dentist.
Cheat seed for sale by C. A. Wallace.
Eastern oysters in any style kept daily
at White’s restaurant.
You can get perfect satisfaction in pho
tos at the Excelsior Studio.
Wisdom Millsap has moved upto New­
berg from Portland.
The best 25-cent meal in the city is ob-
ainable at T. A. White’s restaurant-
Bert Millsap is tilling the clerkship
with Dresser A Hendrick.
Kay & Todd are now ready for the fall
trade with a complete line in all de­
pain and reasonable charges are the
Froebel’a second gift will be the sub­
basic elements of my practice.
ject of the lesson at the reading room
Cleanliness and asepsis rigidly
next Friday at 2:30.
practiced. I invite you to call for
Big cut in prices at R. Jacobson &
examination of your teeth. I am
’son account of preparation for re­
always pleased to talk about dentis­
moval into new building.
Mrs. Frank Ferguson has been em­
ployed as stenographer in the ollice of
McMinnville. Ore.
the Oregon Fire Relief Association.
Frank Abram Powell will preach next
Lord’s day at 11 a. m. on “The Identity
of the Church,” and at 7 :30 p. in. “Come
to Jesus.”
Two months’ treatment at the best
mineral springs in the world for $1. Vita
and Surgeons. Ore does it. W. G. Robbins, agent, over
Strong’s harness shop.
(Oilice over Braly’s Bank.)
Prof. D. M. Metzger of Lafayette will
M c M innville
O regon .
preach in the C. 1*. church next Sabbath
morning. The evening service will be in
J H. COOK, n. D.
charge of the elders.
Leave your order at the Racket store
a suit of tailor-made clothes. They
and Surgeon. for
guarantee a fit and satisfaction or no sale.
Rooms 9 and 10, Union Block,
The presentation of the drama, “The
M c M innville ,
O regon . Man from Maine,” by home talent has
been deferred one week from the date of
_____ the first announcement, making the date
the 19th.
Grand Thanksgiving dance at Camp­
bell’s hall Nov. 25th. There will be a
Successors to Harding & West,
Proprietors of
prize of a 15-pound turkey for the best
waltzer of the old folks, also a prize for
the youngest. Tickets 75c.
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
J. P. Irvine & Son have the largest
stock of groceries ever carried in the
South side Third St. between B and C.
county, and now is the time to lay in
your winter supply at bed rock prices.
Mr. Ferguson informs us that the firm
of Ferguson A Rogers is dissolved. Frank
C. Ferguson is still managing the ab­
stract business of the Yamhill County
Abstract Co. and is a competent and
We are located opposite Bums & Daniels and aim
tb give all customers good treatment for little
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat­
” Vinton is rejoicing over the
ronage solicited.
arrival of a little boy at his house. He
is three years old, and his name is Gray-
don Tucker. The sensation of being
called papa is so pleasant that Billy may
decide to keep him.
Manufactures and Deals in
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
-ndbrushes, and sells them cheaper than they iment with poor oils. He carries the best
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are on the market and they are warranted
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
not to gum.
Memorial service will be held by the
relief corps in their hall next Saturday
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
at 2 p. m., in memory of Mrs. Julia
Abrahn, poet department president, and
Mrs. E. Florence Barker, the first nation­
COLLARS, al president. All members of the corps
requested to be present.
M. P. C ooper , President.
All work guaranteed as represented. Repairing
Deputy U. 8. Marshal George Humph­
of all kinds promptly done. First door west ot
rey, came up on the train Tuesday even­
McMinnville National Bank.
ing and went up to Grand Ronde where
he arrested Wm. Schufron for selling
hard cider to the Indians. He was
brought down to Sheridan before Justice
Faulconer, who held him in $100 bonds
Third St., between E and F.
to appear before the U. S. district court.
Wilson & Henderson, Props.
Nate D. Elliott, the faithful young man
who has been in the employ of the Ore­
Everything flrst-claas. Horses boarded by
day, week or month. Commercial travelers gon Fire Relief Association as stenogra­
conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates.
pher and typewriter, has purchased a
Give us a call.
half-interest in the Newberg Graphic and
entered upon his new work early in the
week. Mr. Woodward knows the quali­
of the help he is getting, the two hav­
ing been yoke-fellows in past years.
because he had his tooth extracted
without suffering any pain, although
he had entered my office expecting
to endure the untold agonies usually
incident to the dental chair We
can do the same for you. All opera­
tions are carefully, gently and thor­
oughly done. Artificial teeth should
be so perfectly adapted to the mouth
an>l so perfect in tit and appearance
that the wearer herself might be able
to forget them. I guarantee my
plates to be as nearly j>erfect as the
best material, educated skill and the
peculiarities of each case will per­
mit. Skillful operations, minimum
The University of Oregon has selected
the following six students to represent
the institution in the state intercolle­
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful
handling guaranteed. Collections will be made giate debate: C. V. Galloway, M. L.
monthly. Hauling of allkinds done cheap.
Applegate, Miss Agness Adams. Eugene
Boone, Walter L. Whittlesey and Dell
V. Kuykendall. The contest will occur
in Salem on January 14, between the
£?I) HOFF,
Willamette university and the state
WOOD WORKER university.
Why suffer with coughs, colds and la-
will repair your Buggies and Wagons, manufac grippe when Laxative Bromo Quinine
ture Office Furniture, Book eases. Wardrobes,
Brackets, Whatnots and all kinds of wood work. will cure yon in one day. Doei not pro­
duce the ringing in the head like sul­
Two Doors East of City Stables.
phate of quinine. Put up in tablets con­
venient for taking. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Price 25 cents. For
sale by Rogers Bros.
NO 396T
The farmers’short course in horticul­
ture and dairying at the agricultural col­
lege is announced in a special circular.
It opens January 11th and lasts four
| weeks. The instruction is absolutely
free, and a welcome is extended to any
—McMinnville, Oregon.—
manor woman who desires information
Paid up Capital, #.50,000 along
the lines mentioned. Persons de­
Surplus *10,000.
siring further information can obtain it
by addressing Thoe. M. Gatch, director
Transacts a General Banking Binine«..
the experiment station, Corvallis, Or.
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Truck and Dray Co.
Jlational Bank
iEE LAUGHLIN, President.
Th. ?1:
• A L. ROGERS, Vice-President.
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
W. S. LINK. Assistant Cashier.
G. 8. Wright, d. :.
New fan y sii
Whooping coi. , .
See Dr. Nelson
crowns and plate wm
Bettman & Warren re
from Tillamook every few
Postmaster Harding has
the Unruh residence on B stre.
A nine pound son was born to . .
Mrs. J. G. Hadley of Newberg on ,
J. P. Irvine <& Son will sell you suga.
by the sack at Portland prices with
freight added.
Byron Millsap haseutered the employ
of the Corbett-Macleay grocery company
of Portland.
Marion Weed from South Dakota, son
of W. D. Weed, recently arrived here on
a visit to his parents.
Kay & Todd have the cheapest line of
underwear ever brought into the city ;
$1.50 undersuit for $1.00.
Snow was visible on the mountains
both on the east and west of the valley
on the morning of the Oth.
Mrs. Anna Henderson shipped her
household goods on Tuesday and expects
to leave on the 18th for Salinas, Calif.
Mrs. Nettie Craft, wife of B. Craft of
Portland, died last Saturday and was
brought to North Yamhill for interment.
The party who borrowed C. A. Wal­
lace's spade some time ago and neglected
to return it, is requested to do so at once.
The Salem Statesman has enlarged its
Sunday paper to twelve pages and pre­
sents a decidedly metropolitan appear­
Mr. Leigh Burton of the Oregonian
business department, was iu the city
Tuesday looking up the interests of the
great daily.
Dr. G. W. McConnell of Newberg has
turned his practice over to other physi­
cians, will live in Portland this winter
and head for Klondike in the early
The college football team went up to
Monmouth in four-horse hacks on Satur­
day and played the Monmouth boys,
bringing home a victory of 12 to 0. A
half dozen visitors accompanied them.
Farmers who were anxious to have it
rain, so they could plow, ought to have
been satisfied with Tuesday’s downpour.
The heart of the true Oregonian waxes
fat when it rains all day long and he goes
to sleep at night to the meter of rain up­
on the roof,
A party from the Nestucca was over
here Monday, trying to raise wind to the
extent of a hundred dollars to open the
toll road to the river. Five or six miles
remain to be opened, and that accom­
plished there is no doubt but considerable
trade that now goes to the coast would
come this way.
À— _ Ä.
Consisting of Dry fwooiis. ( Nothin
Shoes, Hat» and Caps,
(woods, Ladies’ & Children’;
ets and Capes, Millinery, etc.,
Must be disposed of within 60 Days.
Come early and get the first choice,
as goods are moving v ry fast.
R. Jacobson &Go.
McMinnville, Oct. 22, 1897.
Mr. Hewitt of Dayton is assisting D. A_
Smith in his jewelry store.
The D. of H. lodge holds a supper and
initiation ceremonies tonight.
Sheet music free next week with every
dollar purchase at C. Griesen’s.
Kay &Todd buy from first-class houses.
Not $1.00 worth of auction or bankrupt
stock in the store.
Sauer krout.
Sauced pig’s feet.
Coast honey.
B ettman & W arren .
All members of the D. of H. lodge are
requested to be present at the next regu­
lar meeting. Friday, Nov. 12th. There;
will be initiation and supper.
For Sale—A good horse, phaeton and
harness, cheap. Inquire at this office.
Will take good milch cow in exchange.
The wife of S. W. Fletcher, residing !
near McCoy, died very suddenly on Mon­
Ex-Gov. McConnell of Idaho, now day. Mr. Fletcher was in Loe Angeles
government Indian inspector, was in the and the funeral was deferred until today.
city over Sunday, having returned from
C. Grissen is very busy at present in­
a trip to the Grand Ronde agency. It voicing a mammoth stock of new goods
--------------------------- HOULD SEE THE.
has been several years since the Govern­ for the holiday trade. We have his
or dealt in calico, codfish and coonskins i word for this, so it must be so.
in the then small hamlet of North Yam­
Mrs. C. A. Satterfield of Ashland, who
hill, but fortune has dealt generously has been visiting her granddaughter,
wi$h him in the meantime.
Mrs. J. H. Nelson, left yesterday for
They throw out of the ground eight inches with one Anger
L. V. Stewart, a nephew of Hon. Lee Tacoma to visit other relatives.
and throw in with a touch of the heel. For sale at
Laughlin, recently returned from the
Mr, Kegg has ahout succeeded in rent­
New England states, was a guest of his ing his entire remodeled St. Charles hotel
this week. Mr. Stewart, who is a Yam­ building. Mr. Eberle will occupy one of
hill boy by birth, is a graduate from the the upper rooms, and Mr. Wiles will
Yale law school, and is just looking about probably occupy the maiu room below
Hop buyers are beginning to move in
with a view to discovering the best place with his second-hand store.
Marion county. The Salem Statesman of
to hang out hia abingle. His parents re­
Johnny Rohr took a tumble from the
For $9.8a
side at Forest Grove and he graduated ladder on which be was working at the Wednesday said, “The bop market is
grade, full Jeweled
from Pacific university before going to Hotel Yamhill, Saturday night, and had becoming a little stiffer and there is a Misleading
American movement.
gold Ailed
to be carried home, but he has since ap­ @13Ji cents. It is also noticeable that I
Equal In appearance to
The county Christian endeavor con­ peared on the streets, seemingly all
solid gold.
the lower grades are beginning to move
vention held at Lafayette from Friday right.
Beautifully engraved.
at about 11 cents, and that there is every .
Warranted to wear for'll)
till Sunday was attended by about one
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Wright are enter­ indication that the English buyers are
hundred delegates. The program was taining their uncle and aunt, Mr. and
carried out very nearly as published. Mrs. A. A. Kelsey of Harpersfield,Ohio, the only ones in the field at present.
One sale of ninety-five bales, choice, was
Officers for the ensuing year were chosen and Mrs. L. E. Murray of Ashtabuld,
Wholesale Jewelers.
made recently in this city at 13J b cents.”
New York and Chicago
as follows: Chas. P. Nelson, president; Ohio. Before coming here they visited
According to the same authority nineteen
Miss Rilla McCullough of Ballston, vice their sister, Mrs. Arthur Andrews of Gal­
president; Mrs. Hodson of Newberg, sec­ loway,Oregon. From here they go to Pas­ bop contracts made between Marion ^i/fou can
county growers and the firms of Lilien-
no more buy a watch
retary ; Fred Henry of Lafayette, treas­ adena, California, to spend the winter.
thal & Co., of San Francisco, and Lilien- ¿y st-'
such as described for $9.82
urer. The 1898 session will be held in
than you can a gold dollar for
Several members of the congregation thal Bros., of New York, were filed in
McMinnville in October.
seventy cents. The advertise­
of the Christian church called upon Mrs the office of the county recorder on Tues­
ments are misleading and the
A stable belonging to J. J. Henderson c. W. Talmage Wednesday evening, very day. With the exception of one covering
advertisers are schemers. They
in the town of Amity burned about 11 unexpected by the lady, and spent a the crop of 1899, the bops thus disposed
try to make you believe ^tat
o’clock last Saturday night. The build­ pleasant social hour. The primary ob­ of are to be grown in 1898. The contract
they will give you better value
ing was valued at about $450 and was ject of the visit was the presentation Of price in most instances was 8 cents, while
for your money than your home
not insured. The Are was doubtless the a rocking chair, in recognition of valua in one case the crop of 1898 and 1899
jewelers will, but in reality
work of an incendiary. This conclusion ble services rendered as member of the were included at 10 cents.
they give you less. Your get­
is sustained by all the facts surrounding, choir. Dr. J. H. Nelson made the pre­
ting something for nothing can
Ilousekeepl iik .
and the further circumstance that last sentation speech and we have his word
be measured by the likelihood
If a woman is in good health there is
of vour giving it. REMEM­
May the valuable barns and granaries for it that it was done up about right.
no more healthful employment than
on Mr. Henderson’s farm were burned,
evidently by an incendiary. It is sin­ The city council will get an approving housework. Generally speaking, there
cerely to be hoped that the guilty and word from a large number of citizens if is no happier woman in the world. But
people aa a distance.
dangerous miscreant will be apprehend­ they accomplish a redaction in the water how different when every breath is pain, I
will sell you a good watch as
and light service and yet place it nearer every step torture! This state of health
ed and brought to justice.
cheap as anybody who intends
“For five weeks | lived on cold water, a self-supporting footing. This accomp­ in nine cases outof fen comes from the i
to stay by their guarantee.
lished, it will be one of the best works derangement of the delicate feminine I
so tQ speak,“ writes a man who suffered |
ever performed by a McMinnville council. organs of generation. The family doctor ’
W m . F. D ielschneidf . r ,
terribly from indigestion. He could
There are lots of people anxiously watch­ inquires first concerning these. 11c .uuai-
hardly keep anything on his stomach. '
Jeweler and Optician.
What staved, wasn’t properly digested ing for the success of this movement. ly insists upon an “examination.” From
and gave him terrible pangs. This is Rates have long been too high for a thfs the modest woman naturally shri nks. Two doors below P. O.
She is right. Except in very unusual
not an uncommon case.
Dyspeptics large patronage.
The striking and rare phenomenon of cae°s oi “female weakness” examina-
don’t get enough nourishment. They
are generally thin and weak. They may a rainbow by moonlight was visible in lions are unnecessary, Dr Pierce’s Fa-
tail anil Settle.
eat enough, but they don’t digest enough. the western heavens about eight o’clock vorite Prescription is a simple, natural
our stock of groceries to
It differed from , remedy for these ills.
Much of what they eat turns into poison. Wednesday evening
<k Hendrick and retired
If this keeps on, there’s no telling what
disease they may get next. That's why prismatic colors, appearing more like an to cover coat of mailing only, at u re­ tr im the busineps, it liecomes necessary
it is beet to take Shaker Digestive Cor­ arch of white with a tinge of yellow. ceive free a copy of Dr. Pier.-e’e Mr-..-al . mi;« pi jnript settlement with our for-
dial, as soon as symptoms of indigestion Probably the old sages, the old settlers Adviser. Address World’« Dispensary iner i;n»t tiers. The booksand account*,
will reii'S’n L r the present nttbe grocery
appear It cures all the evils of indi­ who have lived here a long time, are able Medical Asstx’iaticn, Buffalo, N. Y.
stor.- where m H persons indebted are re-
gestion and prevents the evils which in­ to shed light on the portent of this phe­
Just arrived, the latest styles of trim­ qneste-
all and make prompt -ettle-
digestion causes
Sold by druggists, nomenon, especially its bearings upon
MiLtsar & Sox.
price 10 cents to $1.00 per bottle.
New Deere Sulky and Gang Plows.