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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (May 27, 1898)
Entered at the Po-toffire in McMinnville,
as Second-class matter.
M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY
SUBSCRIPTION PRICE »2.% PER YEAR.
One Dollar if paid in advance, Single numbers rive cents.
Dick Kohidee of Sand Lake spent Sun
Commencement Sunday, June 12th, at
day and Monday with friends in White- the college chapel: Annual educational
»errnon, Rev. E. K. Chandler, D. D.,
Mrs. Elizabeth Percival returned to Bishop college, Texas, at 11 a. m. Bac
her home in Monmouth after a week calaureate sermon 8 p. m., Pres. H. L. |
spent in Whiteson.
Miss Edith Percival left for Skamock-1 Monday and Tuesday, June 13th and
wa, Wash., last Tuesday, She has been I 14th, final examinations.
Monday, 8 p. m., annual entertain-^
engaged to teach in that place a few
months before commencing her winter ment, I'hiiergian society.
Tuesday, 8 p. m., Students’ reunion '
term in Whiteson.
and banquet; tbe annual address by
Mr. Georye Reid and wife of McMinn
Prof. W. J. Crawford, Salem.
ville visited friends in Whiteson one day
Wednesday, Commencement day;
last week. While here he had the mis
Class day exercises, 2 p. m.; Graduating
fortune to allow the end of his finger to
exercises, 8 p. m.
cotne in contact with a wood saw while
Annual meeting of the board of trus
in active motion, badly lacerating it.
tees, Wednesday, 9 a. in.
Hon. Walter L. Tooze was billed to
The public is cordially invited to at
speak in Whiteson last evening, but tend all the public services of the com
owing to the fact that so short notice was mencement week.
given, and tbe Salvation Army holding
H. L. B oardman , Pres.
a meeting at the same time, tiie audience
was rather small. Mr. Tooze understands
Adjourned term May
republican doctrine and gave us a good
Program of McMinnville High school
Contract for building pen at Sitton's
talk. All would be glad to welcome him 1 exercises at the opera house Wednesday
bridge let to G. 1.. .Ii'hnson tor »124.88.
evening, June 1st, at 8 o’clock:
Bridge at Bellevue le; to i M. Gilbert
The Whiteson school closed last Friday
Invocation, W. I. Reynolds.
for »263, and al- > Lii
and was made the occasion of a very in
Vocal solo, Miss Nichol.
teresting exhibition. A program consist
Bessie L. Houck, salutatory, “Rely on
All bridges to I. «•■■■•.¡•1« I by July
ing of songs, dialogues, recitations, etc. I Yourself.”
was given. Thanks to the careful train
Glenn Henderson, oration, “Physiog
Contract for biiildir ■ bridge at Cheha-
ing given by the teacher all did exceed raphy.”
lem creek, one-fourth mile west of New
ingly well. The exareises were followed
Mabel M. Manning, oration, “Will berg, awarded to G. E. Johnson 1
by a few selections from the Christian power and Strength.”
sum of »120.19.
Psalmist; the numeral notes and words
Quartette, the Misses Hobbs and Tatty.
BILLS ALLOW tl).
were sung by some old-fashioned folks
Matty V. Patty, oration, “Live With
supplies f. . ,■< . r.
who were children fifty years ago, and au in Your Means.”
appropriate address by J. B. Franklin I Elsie C. Hobbs, oration, “Beauties of E G Heath, tile for roads
Wm Churchill, corduroy............
closed the exercises.
Mollie I. Patty, oration, “True Felici- J F Bukeman, bridge work .......
C T Long,
Also Special Prices on our Boys’ Misses’ and Men’s Shoes, in Tans and
Lafayette has au Emergency corps.
. . .
Ambia I. Daniels, oration, “The Mill
Quite a force of mon are at work now
will Never Grind with the Water that is
on the locks.
W L Hembree, pens A paper
Psi Phi literary society held its annual
J W Briedwell, mdse
Broken Lines of Ladies’, Men’s and Children’s Shoes at Cost.
Colon Eberhard, class poem.
exercise Tuesday evening.
Helen E. Weed, “Reading.”
Rev. C. C. Poling was attending com
There will be an exhibition of Van
mencement here this week.
Maud Hobbs, oration, “Value of
colts at McMinnville on Saturday, June
Miss Ella Hoberg of Portland is visit Time.”
4th. Colts will be divided into two
ing relatives here this week.
classes, general purpose and roadsters.
The town has a very deserted appear
Parties owning mares having colts which
ance since the seminary closed.
receive the blue ribbon will be given the
Music, class song.
Miss Mary Hubbard of Portland is vis
services of the horse for the present year.
Paul B. Cooper, Valedictory.
iting her brother J. E. of this place.
Address to class, Trof. J. H. Acker Parties owning Van S. colts of any age
J. I.. Vickery returned from a three man of Harrison street school, Portland. are cordiallv invited to bring them also,
as it may be some advantage to you as
weeks’ visit to Indiana, last Saturday.
A small charge of 15 cents will be made well as myself.
A rousing patriotic meeting was held
J. W. H enry .
at the Evangelical church Tuesday p. m. to meet expenses. No reserved seats.
Rev. Eshelman of Tacoma is visiting
Notice lor Diels.
Public School Alumni.
with his brother-in-law, A. H. Denny,
Sealed bids will be received by the sec
school has organized, and will render its retary of building committee of the Chris
Would it be possible to induce the su first annual program May 31st, at the tian church, McMinnville, . up to one
pervisor of road district 16 tocome down Columbus building:
o’clock p. tn., of Juno 1st, 1898, for the
and take a few lessons in road building
erection of a church building, according
from Supervisor Earhart of district 6?
to plant« and specifications on file at coun
<t e? ?
We think ho would profit thereby. And mel ’95.
ty treasurer’s office. Committee reserves
many other supervisors might gain a few Response, Mabel Neal, ’98.
right to reject any or all bids.
points. District 6 is known throughout
D. M. C aldwell ,
Solo, Jennie Snyder.
there is no reason why other roads should
Quartette, Mattie and Mollie Tatty,
Licenxcs In Marry.
■ • JI
S ■ “ o ' B aptist —Services Sunday 11 a. m. and not be so good.
Elsie and Maud Hobbs, ’98.
a o al
Frank Keller, 28, and Maud
W? a »
Address, Rev. King.
young people’s sooiety 6:15 p tu
D 11 H
of I ncle Tom’» Cabin Co.
Solo, Mr. Fred Boardman.
Mariied in the tent by Rev. F. A. Pow -
meeting first Thursday evening before the
Mrs. Doughty of South Dakota is visit
LARGEST CIRCULATION OJ Y POj JTICAL PAPER IN THE WEST« I first Sunday of each R. month.
W. K ino , Pastor.
Program free to every one, lunch for ell, Tuesday evening, May 24tli.
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Met
ethodist E piscopal —Services every calf.
Farm lo Trade.
It is radically Republican,, advocating J*-. -But it can always be relied onJJ
I Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 7:30 p. in. Sunday
the cardinal doctrines of that party for fair and honest reports of all po- d
A farm near Newberg, consisting of
Mrs. A. II. l’ape of Goble, Clatsop Prof. Liltlefield’s Position Cleurl)
i school 9:30 a m. Prayer meeting 7:00 p
with ability and earnest ness.’td>*«*<is litii al
- tn. Thursday. D. T. S ummerville , Pastor county, made a short visit up the valley
240 acres, 10-» in culti > .itioti, o exclmng*
| C umb . PRKSBYTERiAN—ServiceseveryHab- last week.
for a larger pltu-c L :ie at this office.
I bath 11:00 a m and 7:30 p. m. Sunday-
THE WEEKLY INTER OCf'AN SUPPLIES ALL
? THE NEWS AND BEST CUR IENT LITERATURE
A Urn De
p. ni. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m
and son of McMinnville visited near and not haxing time just at present to
visit the different places of Yamhill
it Is Morally Clean and as a Family Paper Is Without a Peer.
ingevery Lord's day at 11 a m. and 7 :3o town a few days last week.
p. ni Young people's meeting at 6:30 p.
TheChemawa band concert, which took county, I desire to make a statement in
m. Sunday School at 9:45 a. tn. Prayer
The IJterature of its columns is
place on Saturday last, was greatly en
Farm situation limited.
tn seting Thursday, 7:30 p in.
equal to that of the best maga-
joyed by the large crowd in attendance. ty pays »2.50 to the school sii|>erinten<l-
F. A. P owell , Pastor.
Experienced man on lura farm, desir
ent for each district in the county, there ous of place to hire by tho
zt.tes. it is interest!: s- to the chil-
S t . J ames E piscopal C hurch — • Rev G
On Sunday last President Boardman
being 85 school districts, and paying a can, age 27, small family,
F. Plummer. Second Sunday in each
dtvn as well as the . a rents..........
mouth, morning and eveniug. 1 I<ay-St-r-
sum total of »212.50. This sum is paid
ences cheerfully furnished. Adres» Box
vices other Sundays.
he inter ocean is a w stern newspaper ,
to the superintendent to visit the schools
S t . J ames C atholic —First st., between
and while it brings to th family THE NEWS OF
Public school closed on Friday with a ! of Yamhill county, and if I be elected to 29, Lafayette, Ore.
THE WORLD and gives its readers the best and ablest
picnic at the fair grounds, which was the office, I should expect to perform my
jers 7 :30. Services once a month.
IH one y to liotm
discussions cf all questions of the < ay, it is in full sympathy
T. J. M orrow , Rector.
largely attended. The graduating exer whole duty and visit every school, and as
On improve I fu n,.-, . t from seven jier
with the ideas and aspirations of Western people and
W. C T.
.. U.— ___
Meets on every Fri cises were held on Thursday evening.
discusses literature: and potties from he Western standpoint.
often as is necessary to accomplish good. cent and upward: :u-. militi ■ to amount
day at 2:30 p. m. in reading room. Ktg.-
V irginia W. G bovkk , Pre-
Pacific college field day was held on I should devote all my time to school wanted. Apply to (iii-. Henry, 273
Si.OO-PRiCE 0»E DOLLAR PER ÏEAR $i.00
E lva P. N eal , See.
Saturday last, and while the rain was work and not only a part. A statement Stark St., Chamber uf ( mmerce build-
THE DAILY AND SUNDAY EDITIONS OF TRE
of a dara[>er on the attend ! made by the Telephone-Register says ing, Portland, <>r.
INTER OCEAN ARE BEST OF THEIR KIND.
not dampen the enthusiasm that a vote for Mr. Prentiss is a vote
K nowlu C hapter No, 12, O. E. S.—Meets at
Price of Daily by mail................ ........... $4.00 per
To Cure a < old m Onn Day
Masonic ball tbe 2d and 4th Monday evenlnv of the boys.
against the American Book Company. A
Price of Sunday by mail.........
In each month Visitins merntiers cordiallv in
Daily and Sunday by mail
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
“I nde” Jim Barrie met with a pain
MRS EMMA SNELLING, W. M
MRS. KATE HEATH, Sec.
that statement, making tho insinuation All druggists refund ti money if it fails
A. O. V. W.—Charity Lod»e No 7 meets first and
to cure. 25c. For sale by Rogers Bros.
The Reporter and Inter Ocean one year for $1.36.
third Fridays of each month. 7:30 p. in. Lodge ward from a high porch at his residence that I am an American Book Company
room in Union block
W. H. FLETCHER, M. W
It is to my inter« s' to bring before
J. D. BAKER. Record er.
is broken, and it is feared his back is in ican Book Company or any other book your mind the established fact that
.This I* Your Opportunity.
company. I believe that we should have
second ana fourth Friday evenings of each jured. Being well along in years makes
knowledge is jower.—Gove.
On receipt of ten cent«, cash or stamps. hall
some changes in text books, and that we
the injury more serious.
* generous sample will be mailed of the CrsTSR P ost N > S— Met ts the second and fourth
should have cheaper books, but we will
Many old soldiers no» feel the effects
most popular Catarrh and H«y FeTcr Cure Saturday of each month in W right’s ball at 10:30
After years of suffering from piles, B. not have any changes until October, of the hard »crvice they endured during
(Ely s Cream Balm) sufficient to demon ». m. All member- ot ibe order are cordis.ly
invited to attend r.nr meetings.
I strate the great merits of the remedy.
W. Purseil of Knitnersvilie, l'a., was 1901, which proves very clearly that the the war. Mr. Geo. S. Anderaon of R ohm -
GEO. W. KEENE, Commander.
J. B. STILWELL, Adjt.
cured by using a «ingle box of DeWitt’» superintendent of Yamhill county for ville, York county, Perm , who saw the
56 Warren St, New York City.
E lvira A ssembly N o . IS, U nited A rtbans - Witch Hazel Salve. Skin diseases such the next two years will have no vote up hardest kind of service st the front, is
now frequently troubled with rheuma
T rroc M arks
Me.'t first and third Monday night.-, of ea<-b month
Rev. John Reid, Jr., of Great Falls,Mont, at
as eczema, rash, pimples and obstinate on the question, and also proves that the tism. “1 had a severe attack lately,” he
7:80p. m in Union block.
recommended Ely’s Cream Balm to me. I
W G. HENDERSON, M. A.
sores are readily cured by this famous statement was made only for political says, “and procured a bottle of Cham
C opyrights A c .
can emphasize his statement, “It is a posi J. W. BONES. Sec.
berlain’s Pain Balm. It did so much good
Anyone sending a sketch and description n»«y
remedy. Rogers Bros.’ Pharmacy.
E. V. LnTi.EnF.LD,
nloklv as ortain our opinion free whether an
that I would like to know what you would
avention « prob a bl y patentable. Communica
tions strict’.yonfldential. Handbook on Patents
charge me lor one dozen bottles.” Mr.
A thrill of terror is experienced when
».•nt free. (»Most aarenry for wcnnng patent».
Church. Helena, Mont.
I have been a sufferer from chronic Superintendent.
Anderson wanted it both for his own use
Patents t kken through Munn ft Co. receive
diarrhoea ever since the war and have
»prrv»/ noft r, without charre, in the
and to supply it to his friends and neigh-
Ely's Cream Palm is the acknowledged
Far Sale ar Trade.
i bors, as every familv should have a hot-
cure for catarrh and contains no mercury the bouse at night. But the terror soon need ail kinds of medicine for it. At
nor any injurious drug. Price, SO cents.
changes to relief after One Minute Cough last I found one remedy that has been a
A good, well established business in i tie of it in their home, not only for rheu
A hsnrtwnely lllnstralert week!». Ijirve-t <tr-
success M a cure, and that is Chamber
Cure has been administered. Safe and lain’s Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem McMinnville. Will sell or trade for a matism, but lame back, sprains, swell
dilation ot any .Mentis.- joamal. Term». »3 a
ings, cuts, bruif-es and burns, for which
: four months. »L Sold by all newsdenlerv
Private lessons in musical acoustics. harmless for children. Rogers Bros.’ edy.—P. E. G risham , Gaara Mills, La. farm near this city. For further particu it is uuequalleil. For »ale bv 8. Howorth
For sale by 8. Howorth A Co.
lars inquire at thia office.
Terms, $4-00 per one-balf hour. Gove.
Branch Offlce. 62S F
Wublncton, D. C.
A WORD ABOUT
Ladies Vici Kid, lace or button, $2.19, worth $3
Ladies Dong. Kid, $1.39, worth $1.65.
$ i .6 q , worth $2.
Ladies Oxford Ties, 98, $1.25 and $1.50.
C 11ICÂG0 STORE !
MUNN «Co.3*1"«-^ New York