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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (March 18, 1898)
M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, MAR. 18, 1898.
Entered st the PoatotBce iu McMinnville,
as Second-class matter.
8UB8CRIFTION PRICE »>.00 PER YEAR.
One Dollar if paid in advance, Slugle number, five cents.
Redmond’s Old Stand.
Ten Thousand Dollars’ Worth of Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps,
Boots, Shoes, Dry Goods aud Notions to be closed out within the next ten days,
at less than half their value, or in other words, at your own price, providing you
are within reason.
Will positively pack up and leave here about March 25th, or sooner. Must
dispose of them, regardless of cost.
Ileal Estate Transfer*.
Come This Way
Having bought the
We intend to run an up- to-date drugstore.
WK CAN COMPOUND YOUR PRESCRIPTIONS AS ACCURATELY AND AS
SKILLFULLY AS ANYONE
Our stock of CHRISTMAS PERFUMES is fòli and of the best.
Our line of COMBS. BRUSHES and other toilet articles is complete
We carry the leading brands of cough syrups and Patent medicine aud ask for
a share of your patronage.
.... the :....
W eekly I nter O cern
LARGEST ClRCUUTIOI_OF_MI_roLlTICAL PAPER IN THE WEST;
It is radically Republican, advocating
it can always be relied on J
the cardinal doctrines of that party for fair and honest reports of all po- g
with ability and earnestness^*
liticai movernents>*^ij* J* J*
It Is Morally Clean and as a Family Paper Is Without a Peer.
Tbe Literature of Its columns is
equal to that of the best maga
zines. It is Interesting to the chil
dren as well as tbe parents.........
he inter ocean ü a western newspaper ,
and while it brings to the family THE NEWS OF
THE WORLD and gives its leaders the belt and ablest
discussions of all questions of the day, it is hi full sympathy
with the ideas and aspirations of Western people and
discusses literature and politics from the Western standpoint.^»«»*
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Price of Dail v by mail....................
»4.00 per year £
Z Price of Sunday by mall............................. » ' OO per year n
J Dally and Sundayby mall
»0.00 per year *
Th® Reporter and Inter Ocean one year for $1.30.
II. C. BURNS,
I 0 Street Produce and Meat Market i
L. E. WALKER. Proprietor.
Fresh aud Cured Meats.
Garden Seeds in Package aud Bulk.
Highest price paid for Poultry aud Produce. ¡
Hides and Tallow bought.
All kinds of Fin«,
old Watches re
paired and made
to run as good
as new at
D. A. SMITH'S
All kind, of Watches, Clock!
and Jewelry for sals at
bard times prices.
Jeoielry Store * * *
NEXT DOOR TO POSTOrriCK.
Week ending March 9th.
Henry 4 Kate Schenk to Minnie B
Schenk lots 1 & 2 blk 13 McM $
Henry Schenk et ux to J E Magers
lots 3, 4, 5 & 6 blk 13 Rowland’s
add to McM...............................
F G Adams to T B Kay lot 3 blk
G Cozine’s3d add to McM......
B F Halladay to Maggie I. Little
field lots 5, 6, 7 & 8 blk 3 Desk
ins’ add to Newberg...............
Sarah M Otis to F M Otis 20 a sec
25 t 2 r 3....................................
R W & S J Lancefield to Mary C
Rea 30 a pt Jno Watt die t 5 r 4
R W 4 S J Lancefield to E W Rea
26.04 a pt J B Walling die t 5 r 4
L A Newgard peradmr to Annetta
Nswgard blk 8 Johns add to McM
Sidney Dell, by Sheriff to W L
Warren 55 a sec 35 t 2 r 5........
The American Mort Co to T R
Warner tract 41 Dundee Orchard
John T Whaley, pereherifl’, to W
Wess 50 a sec 35 t 4 r 3
Jas W L Hutt per adtnr to N
Dike, 40 a in sec 24, t 2 r 4.
Resignation of F. B. Henderson as su
pervisor of road district No. 22, because
of moving out of the district, accepted,
and J. T. Converse appointed for ensu.
Wood contracts awarded as follows, the
wood to be delivered in basement of
court house on or before Sept. 1st, 1898:
J. B. McCanne, 25 cords grub oak at
$2.90 per cord. A. Cone, 15 cords old
fir at $2 40 per cord.
Ordered by the court that contracts for
lumber l>o let to the following named
persons for the several road districts at
the prices named, they being the lowest
District No. 1, I. D. Stephens, $7.
No. 2, Rowell Bros , $7.50.
No. 3, Daniels 4 Agee, $7.50.
No. 5. F. R. Wilson, $6.75.
No. 6, John Nelson, $6.
No. 8, R. Vincent, |7.
No. 9, Orendorf Bros., $5.95.
No. 10, “
No. U, C. L. Smith, $7.50.
Nos. 12 and 13, J. F. Byers, $7.50.
Nos. 14, 15 and 16, Loban Bros., $7.
No. 17, R. A. Stewart, $8.
No. 18, Orendorf Bros., $6.
No. 19, Daniels 4 Agee, $7.
No. 20, Stephens 4 Campbell, $7.50.
No. 21, John Nelson, $7.
No. 23, C. L. Smith, $7.75.
No. 25, Rowell Bros., $7.75.
No. 26, J. F. Byers, fl ¡y
No. 27, F. R. Wilson, »7.
Ordered by the court that the parties
whose bidsare a tie in districts Nos. 4,
7 aud 22, be permitted I to bid over by
the next term of this court, said persons
being R. A. Stewart, R. Vincent Steph
ens 4 Campbell and J. F. Byers.
In the matter of the report of the
viewers on the proposed couuty road pe
titioned for by Wm. Kincaid and 215
others. Ordered that road be located
and established as a county road, and
that part of survey No. 225 proposed to
be vacated be closed up.
St Vincent’s hospital care of poor$ 118 00
J N Reed,
Mrs Sue Dudrow
W L Hall
I. B Coulee
Week ending March 15th:
F J Stewart, bridge work
Jas P Richardson et ux to S
Wm Lambert, laundry...............
Burnett 40 a t 2 r 5................
R M Wade 4 Co, hdwr..............
Jesse Edwards et ux to Chas llo-
Newberg Graphic, printing
vard lots 1, 2, 3 aud 4 blk 56 Ed
wards’ add to Newberg............
Glass 4 Prudhomme, tax reds . 50 00
r Goodrich et ux to J W Exon lots
Valley Times, printing
22, 23 and|24, also levee lots 1 and
II L Heath,
2 Day tou. .....................................
'1 E and J K Wright to A D Web
Valley Transcript “ . ...........
er It 3 blk 3 Newberg ...............
F II Barnhart
“ and blanks 30 65
D W McCall et ux to W II Easter
Calvin Welch, mdse for poor
ne 1-4 of ne 1-4 see 21 4 r 5 . .
J D Hibbs,
lohn Winnerl>erg to J T Thoma
“ 3 bills 18 60
son 1 a t 3 r 4 ............................
Nichols 4 Gabriel “ 44
I P Johnson et ux to G Hugh
Stanbrough et ux 10.40 a t 3 r 2
Ira R Craven, road supervisor . 46 00
J P Johnson et ux toG Hugh Stan
J M Crawford, gravel................
a t 3 r 2....................
Dresser 4 Hendrick, iiii I bo
John Glen et ux to L F Moore 17 a
I N Collard, salary...................
t 4 r 3..........................................
G A l’reutise, “
J S Baker to Jas Madson 20 a t 3 r
E J Wood,
aud dep hire 97 00
J W Henry, “
A P Oliver to J C Colcord Its 7 and
................... 116 66
W T Macy, *•
8 blk 13 Central add to Newberg
, .............. .
D M Caldwell, “
LA Dixon to Wm Moore 20 a pt
express 150 95
Elijah Millican die ..............
J E Magers,
A L Stow et ux to L Bettman
D I Pearce,
grantor’s int in Downing estate
J J Putman executor to Mary J
E F Sutherland, blacksmithing..
Hewitt 100 a t 5 r 4 .................
Jones 4 Adams, lumber
Thos^Iall et ux to C C Perrine
W V Telephone Co, rent
17200 sq ft pt Alfred Job diet
G A Prentiss, Board Ex............
T H Smith to W II Moye 40 a 13 r 2
S S Duncan, “
J W Henry, sheriff to C F Tor
B O Snuffer, “
rance 136.71 a secs 7 and 12 t 4
Jno M Crawford, viewer road
Nancv A Henderson to D W Mc
Call 202.76 a sec 2 t 4 r 5 ..........
W T Pillman et ux to J no Glen Ta
C E Newhouse, “
int in 17 a pt B M Robinson d I c
H S Maloney, surveyor report
Frank Robinson et ax to D H La-
F S Harding, envelopes
.... I I 50
of nw sec 9 t 5 r6
W Long and C Walker removing
I have been afflicted with rheumatism i City of McM water and light*
1 i 25
for fourteen years and nothing seemed to Manning Bros, hdwr
give any relief. I was able to get around
Chnnibrrlaln*. Cn(k Remedy.
all the time, but constantly suffering. I
This remedy is intended especially for
bad tried everything I could bear of and
colds, croup, whooping cough and
at last was told to try Chamberlain’s
Pain Balm, which I did, and was im influenza. It has become famous for its
mediately relieved and in a short time cures of these diseases, over a large part
cured. I am happy to say that it has of the civilized world. The most flatter
not since returned.— J osh . E duab , Ger ing testimonials have been received, giv
mantown, Cal. For sale by 8. Howorth ing accounts of its good works; of the ag
gravating and persistent coughs it has
cured; of severe colds that have yielded
Do yon know, that Elsia Wright carries promptly to its soothing effects, and of
a full line of lubricating oils for machin the dangerous attacks of croup it has
ery? Owners of valuable harvesting and cured, often saving the life of the child.
other machinery cannot afford to exper The extensivo use of it for whooping
iment with poor oils. He carries Hie best cough lias show n that it robs that disease
on the market and they are warranted of all dangerous consequences. Sold by
not to gum.
S. Howorth 4 Co.
Lee Conner is in Linn county on bus
iness this week.
V. 8. Booth of McMinnville was in
Whiteson lust Tuesday.
Belle Booth ia visiting friends uear
McMinnville this week.
II. Campbell has been quite sick, but
is now improving.
Fred Milla and family of Hebo are
visiting in Whiteson and vicinity.
Frank Franklin of Oretown was selling
salmon in this place last Tuesday.
Notices arc, up calling for republican
primaries April 6th. Let everyone attend. 1
Mr. A. J. Hulett, a stranger, has pur
chased one hundred acres of the I). B.
Putman estate and moved on.
Grandma Andrews has been quite sick
at the home of her daughter, Mrs. L. I..
Fox, with but few symptoms of improv-
Rev. Stnick closed tbe revival services
at the church Sunday evening. Four
additions was the visible fruit of the
meetings. Surely a great and good work
has been accomplished in this community
during the winter.
Royal Makes the food pure,
wholesome and dellUoue.
Sam Evenden, Minnie Sutherland and
Bertha Wood returned to school thia
week, aftor a severe tussle with the
Our school nine has been practicing
for some time and now we will noon ex
pect. a challenge from tho Lafayette
school l>oys. Of course we hope we will
Directors Irvine and Nelson, accom
panied by our new director, John Even
den, paid us a visit Monday afternoon.
Mr. Evenden is a great school worker and
he is always welcome to examine our
A number of pupils have quit school
within the past few weeks. Those who
remain until the end are the successful
ones. Promotion follows good substau-
work, and the pupil who loses two or
three months’ work of the school year
is seldom promoted.
A saloon has opened in Wheatland.
Making garden is the latest employ
We have had no sickness nor death
John Penn Fowler is tilling the James
There is some talk of a blacksmith
shop. We need one.
II. Ilendorson is doing a lively business
iu L. C. Forreet’sold stand.
Sherman Myers is caring for At. B.
Hendrick’s large peach orchard.
Austin Magness is having cut 1200
from McMinnville col
cords of wood for the steamboats; Harri
competition at Al
son Spaulding is cutting 1000 cords; O.
B. Michols is cutting balm logs for C. K. bany last Friday returned in good spirits,
Mr. Wallace, the local representative
Spaulding of Newberg.
orator, having won second place. Alliert
W. Wight of Albany college won flrat
There wore altont 300 vÍHÍtora in the
J. C. Nelson will not move into town
Concerning the orations the Albany
Born, to the wife of J. P. Johnson, a
Herald has the following:
thirteen pound son.
Mr. W. G. Gilstrap of tho state agri
Mrs. A. Cummings uf Junction City is
college presented the subject of
“Brain and Brawn” in an eloquent ami
On Thursday last a pleasant surprise clever manner.
was given H. L. Christenson, it being
Mr. I. H. Van Winkle, representativo
his 52d birthday.
of the old Willamette university, told
Prof. McCann of North Yamhill has the true story of the “Gold Seekers,”
been eugaged to teach the spring term their hardships and hopes and tbe power
of school at Cbehalem center.
of gold. It was a scholarly oration.
Miss Miller of Portland, who has an in Miss Edna Rugg, representative of
terest in the G. C. Sears farm, has Portland university, in most eloquent
and purely enunciated language, brist
moved out here to superintend things.
Tho members of the Epworth league ling with bright original ideas, H[>oke on
aro preparing an entertainment and sup “Radicalism.”
Mr. Geo. L. Haskell of the Pacific uni
per to lie given the 29th of March.
versity, most excellently told of the
"Emancipation of the Laboring Mau.”
Mr. Walter C. Woodward, representa
A very pleasant event was the mar-
riage of Miss Cora Campbell arid Mr. tive of Pacific college, handled his nul -
George Nash at Hopewell church, March ject, “Altruism,” iu an able and effect
9th, at 9 o’clock, a. in. The ceromonv ive manner, evincing not only close
>vas performed by Rev. O. V. White, Btudy but true conception.
Mr. Herberts. March of the university
pastor of the IL B. church at that place.
At the appointed time the company of Oregon, described liis subject, "Sa
appeared at the church door, the bride vonarola” relating to the tragedy of the
accompanied by Miss Luella Nash and 15th century, in a most eloquent and
the groom by Mr. Fred Kirkwood as best pleasing manner.
Mr. Andrew G. Thompson of the Mon
man, proceeded up the right and left
state normal school, told in a
aisles respectively, to the strains of tbe
wedding inarch played by Mrs. Antrim. bright, scholarly way of “Electricity in
They met at the altar under a beautiful the Past, Present and Future.”
Mr. J. Sherman Wallace oí the Mc
canopy of pure white daintily trimmed
collego, in selecting hie sub
with flowers and evergroeus, and in the
center of which hung an immense bell. ject, “The Citizen on tho Throne,” ex
The bride was attired in a handsome hibited a wise choice, and in the discus
dress of pale blue satin, elaborately sion of it lie evinced both ability and
trimmed. The groom wore the custom culture, showing deep study in its com
ary black. After the impressive cere position, ami forceful eloquence iu its
mony, followed by tbe congratulations of delivery.
their hosts of friends, the party left im Mr. Albert W. Wight, representativo
mediately for Portland, where they will of Albany college, in presenting his sub
ject, “The Danger of Over Confidence,”
spend a brief honeymoon.
The bride and groom are most estima very eloquently related tho most noted
ble young people of Hopewell, and are events of ancient and modern history
followed into their new sphere of life by where over-eontldence had led to direful
the good wishes of all who know them. j results. It was a splendid oration.
Officers were elected as follow h J. 8.
1 Wallace, of McMinnville, president; H.
<<alunihii* Srluiol Stoles.
I <1. Hibbard, of Salem, secretary; ('. A.
Directors Evenden and Irvine visited
Houston, of Portland, treasurer. Sixty-
us Monday morning.
three votes were cast.
Mr. Scott is sick this week and Miss
McMinnville was selected as the place
Irvine is teaching the 7th and Sth
of holding the next meeting and contest.
Mr. Peach visited our school last week.
Only ten more weeks of school, but
Estate of E. M. Adams. Under ad
those week« mean bard work.
visement with court.
The subject for debate Friday night is
Estate A. K. Wright. Hearing of |>e-
“Resolved, That labor has more influence tition continued until April 5th al 10 a
on a nation than education has.’’
m. for service.
Guardianship of Gentry heirs. Fifth
('•»k School Note*.
account approved and guardian dis
School will close the 20th of May.
charged as to Maud Gentry, she having
Haasee Izmghns been absent for throe become of age and settled with her
or four days on account of sickness.
If yon do not get your daily lessons,
Estate Sarah A. Mcl’hillip*. Final ac
you cannot expect topass your grade».
count approved. Executor discharged.