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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (June 17, 1898)
Entered at the Postoffice in McMinnville,
as Second-class matter.
M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, JUNE 17, 1898.
W eekly I nter O ceani ?!]
in the evening. They are splendid vo
Royal asaltea tbe food pure,
cal entertainers, and with a sister who
wholesome and delicias«.
A Suuituury of the Events of Com
can sing so well, is it any wonder that
Judge Magers is something of a singer,
The current week has been character himself?
ized by the usual activity at tbe Baptist
Trof. W. J. Crawford, of Willamette
college. Trustees, old students and visi
university, read an interesting paper on
tors have been numerous, and have
the Subject “The Hidden Path." He
mingled with the studeut body, now-
spoke of it as lying before, and when a
grown larger than in any former year in
life is once launched there is no return
tbe history ofthe iustitution. The good
ing. Strong personality and indomita
cheer which is annually manifest at com
ble w ill are tbe elements of great achieve
mencement should be an inspiration to ment. Man is doomed to shifting for
any citizen yvbo visits tbe college, and tunes, but tbe hero welcomes tbe surges
speaks louder than words to parents who
of tbe sea and holds bis course as the
have children to educate the beauties of
needle to the pole. No one would want
higher education and the many pleasures to know the future—it would destroy
which surround its acquirement.
hope. Divination and necromancy are
The week this year opened with a con
unsatisfying, but a faith in God and iu
cert by Miss Glen, dean of the music de
the voice that speaks to the weary heart
partment, assisted by Prof. Fleck of
from the arch of heaven, saying, “There
Willamette university, as pianist. The
«OVAI barino powmr co., HSW von.
is a balm in Gilead” will bring tbe high
occasion was well attended and tbe abil
est peace throughout the struggle of life.
We’ve been open in McMinnville just 60 days. ’Tis
ity displayed by the two artists has been
Then came an innovation. Mr. Reuben
opment of the white race with that of
useless to tell you we have done a Large Business. (You all
Thompson advanced upon the stsge, and
the black. After 250 years of bondage,
bringing an enlarged picture of President
Sunday morning a large audience gath
the white man awoke to the crime he
know that.) It has gone far ahead of our expectations. It
ered iu the chapel to hear the education Boardman from hiding, called Rev. Rugg was inflicting and removed the shackles.
al 6ermon by Dr E. K. Chandler of from the audience and presented it to The development has been slow, but to
shows us that giving Good, Honest values ts appreciated by
Bishop college, Marshall, Texas. The the trustees in a neat speech, Mr. Rugg expect anything else would be like ex
the people of Yamhill County, and induces us to work still
churches of the city adjourned for this replying that it would be an oruauieut to pecting a world created in one day in
service. Dr. Chandler is a son of the the room in which it was placed, and he stead of six. Heredity and environment
harder for your interest. We are making great preparation
first president of the college, and is a was proud of the loyalty displayed toward are the factors in the development of
highly educated man. He spoke from the president. A ladies’ trio by Miss man, and these factors will lift the ne
for the Fall, and will show a Stock well worthy of your at
Prov. 23:23, and his theme was the mis Gleu, Miss Dorrisaud Miss Snyder closed gro to a higher plane of life. The mists
sion of the Christian scholar. His ser the program in the chapel. Iu tbe din of southern darkness will be dispelled
tention. In the meantime we are going to give you some
mon was divided into three divisions: ing hall was prepared the usual feast oi when the black man's education makes
First, the breadth that should character good things—strawberries, cake, ice him equal to the duties of citizenship.
splendid values through the month of June, and unload
ize Christian men; second, the spirit of cream, lemonade and cherries. The
Miss Jessie Manning treated the sub
every dollar’s worth of Spring and Summer goods. You will
growth ; third, Christ centered Christian blessiug was asked by Father Hoberg. ject, "We are the Creatures of Our En
culture. He emphasized tbe necessity Judge Magers was toast master, in the vironment.” The term comprises all op
find something new to interest you. If you call every day
of keeping iu touch with humanity—not absence of J. II. Smith of Astoria. W portunities that go to make up one’s
allowing education to exalt above the S. Thompson responded to tbe toast circumstances. Like water, life, charac
in the week we’re always glad to see you.
field of work, for if effective work is to be “Old McMinnville” iu a very happy ter and feeling are dependent upon ex
done it must be wrought as Christ manner, telling of pranks of 16 years ternal surroundings. The principle of
Come in often.
wrought, among the meek and lowly. ago, as well as indigestion aud “heart life is the organic structure ; tbe develop
The truth should be purchased at auy trouble.” Prof. Barker responded to "The ment is the environment. We are moral
cost and wherever found. The Dr. re Faculty,” who bad no cases of heart chameleons; home, climate, learning aud
turned to McMinnville after 19 years’ failure and had never been locked out. individual example are tbe influences
absence, and naturally experienced His remarks produced great mirth, and that make or mar manhood. We should
miugled emotions of sadness and joy. His he closed with excellent advice to stud make our surroundings what they will
aged mother, of Forest Grove, was pres ents on the subject of work. Mr. Chas. make us.
ent to hear her son preach. The sermon Converse responded to “Claes of ’98,”
“Notes from the Scrap-book of Life,”
was among the very best ever beard here and though he wasn’t funny, said some was Miss Estella Noll’s subject. She rep
mighty eolid things about the bond of resented as picked up by chance, stray
on a similar occasion.
and attachment between the bits of wisdom, first of which was: “Life
In the evening President Boardman
gave tbe baccalaureate sermon with his school and the class. President Board hath here naught so dear, as tbe loving
usual power and grace. The text was man spoke on “Our Boys in Blue." friends around us.” She advised against
from Romans 8:19, supplemented with His remarks were feeling. Miles of sep carelessness in choosing friends. Next
He to these in good influences were pleasant
Heb. 10:13. Tbe idea was that the whole aration make us closer in spirit.
creation is w aiting for the manifestation was glad they were our boys in blue, books. They are immortal and never
of the eons of God. There is a state of representing the college and locality in perish. Another scrap was to go forth
unrest because of sin. Individual Chris the fight against the foes of liberty and and learn from nature’s teaching. He
tian service will bring the manifestation right. We want them to come back, but sees little whose eye is uneducated by
aud aid iu making Christ’s enemies his if they do not, we will still glory in tbe science. It develops all faculties of
footstool. The sermon was filled with fact that they were brave and strong and reasoning. The wonderful achievements
good advice to the young student, w hich good enough to enlist in the cause of of the present era were rehearsed with
should not fail in any case to be heeded. liberty. Rev. Ray Palmer on tbe sub good effect and with evident acquain
On Monday evening the Pbilergian so ject of “Looking Forward” spoke great tance with the progress of the age.
ciety gave a program consisting of a pi expectations for tbe future in the next
Miss Pauline Rosener told of “Woman
ano solo by Miss Helen Calbreath, reci 50 years, and especially for the Pacific as an Inventive Genius.” Carlyle had
tations by J. S. Wallace, and Miss Eetei-
conveyed the impression that in her Asi
la Noll, a song by Miss Glen and an ad The program commencement evening atic dreaminess she didn’t possess any,
LOCAL DIRECTORY dress by Rev. Ray Palmer, on “America was opened by Misses Evelyn and Helen but her progress denies it. Her work
Justified in the War with Spain.” The Calbreath with a pretty piano duet, was on a common plane one hundred
.... the ....
attendance was not as large as usual, an skillfully performed.
years ago, but now it is done in a larger
Miss Mayme Carr was the first gradu and brainier way. A great round of house
B sptist —Services Sunday 11 a. m. and admission fee of 25 cents being charged.
f:30p. m ; Sunday school 9:50 a m.; the
ate on the program, and though present, hold duties and estimates depend upon
young people's sooiety 6:15 p m
Prayer The program was well rendered, the song
meeting Thursday 7:30 p. m. Covenant by Miss Gleu being especially appreciat was excused from presenting her oration her. She is competing worthily with
meeting first Thursday evening before the ed. Rev. Palmer, with fervid dramatic because of previous ill health.
her brother in invention, as shown by the
first Sunday of each month.
2 - LARGEST CIRCULATION - - OF - - - ANY
Miss Alice Cary spoke on “Our Na accomplishments of Mary E. Beesley and
eloquence rehearsed all the reasons up to
R. W. K ino , Pastor.
M ethodist E piscopal —Services every date justifying the war, and like a good tion a Nation of Conquest.” It had not Mrs. Green with the cotton gin.
■ It is radically Republican, advocating jMBut it can always be relied on ■
Sabbath 11:00 a. tn. and 7:30 p. m. Sunday Baptist did not overlook the main chaDce been America’s history to seek to add it is not certain that woman can be as
£ the cardinal doctrines of that party for fair and honest reports of all po- ■
tchool 9:30 a m. Prayer meeting 7:00 p
and earnestnessvM^v4*^ liticai
m. Thursday. D. T. S ummebville , Pastor. of establishing a mission station on the to her possessions. Washington had ad great as the greatest man, it is certain
C um b . P resbyterian —Services every Sab Philippines as one of the future probabil vised against it, and for more than 100 that some women can be as great as
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bath 11:00 am and 7:3C p. m. Sunday- ities.
years she had been free from internation some great men, which was a statement
school 9:30a. m. Y. P. C. E.. Sunday 6:30
THE NEWSAND BEST CURRENT LITERATURE
Tbe students’ reunion Tuesday even al conflicts. Her attention had been cen well put.
p. in. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m.
tered on herself, and it had been wise
Mr. LeForest Sawtelle bad the inter
Services in the Christian church : Preach- ing drew a larger crowd. Iu tbe chapel
It Is Morally Clean and as a Family Paper Is Without a Peer.
ingevery Lord’s day at II a m. and 7:30 the program was opened by Miss Areta policy. Now our commerce demands esting subject, “Our Nation’s Defenders.”
p m Young people’s meeting at 6:30 p. Barrett with a piano solo. J. S. Wallace more ships and stations in different parts He said each century has its character,
tn. Sunday School at 9:45 a. m. Prayer
The Literature of its columns is
’followed with an address of welcome on of the world, and the prospective Anglo- the 17tb was literary, the 18th, theologi
meeting Thursday, 7:30p m.
equal to that of the best maga
behalf of the students. He spoke of tbe Saxon alliance for liberty, progress and cal, 19th, scientific. The next will be
F. A. P owell , Pastor.
zines. it is interesting to the chil
S t . J ames E piscopal C hurch —Rev. G. domination of the reminiscent spirit as civilization seems to be the demand of the sociological. It will need wise men, who
dren as well as the parents..........
Second Sunday in each
hour. Miss Cary closed with a plea for know themselves and have sound judge
mouth, morning and evening. Lay-Ser benificial in teaching bow to shun the
strict enforcement of the Monroe ment, who act, stand alone, do not vacil
HE INTER OCEAN is a WESTERN newspaper ,
S t . J ames C atholic —First st., between as bringing encouragement from contem doctrine, that no nation might tie op late, can prove their manhood, who are
and while it brings to the family THE NEWS OF
G and H. Sunday school 2:30 p. m. Ves plating successes of the past. There was pressed by another.
THE WORLD and gives its readers the best and ablest
too brave to kill and brave enough to die.
pers 7:80. Services once a month.
discussions of all questions of the day, it is in full sympathy
the danger^ though, of becoming morbid
We boast of our free institutions but we
T. J M orrow , Rector.
with the ideas and aspirations of Western people and
W. C T. U.—Meets on every Fri by magnifying the past and distorting tion for Citizenship.”
Citizenship, he are more in need of free men. Party
day at 2:30p. m. in reading room, Kegg the future. Yesterday was not better
eaid, embraces the whole race of man; spirit digs the grave of freedom. People
V irginia W. G boveb , Pres
than today. Life is what we make it, it means education for service. Educa should think rather than follow. Men
E lva P. N eal , Seo.
and no time should be better than the tion is important in America because of make or mar themselves in tbe use of
THE DAILY AND SUNDAY EDITIONS OF THE
INTER OCEAN ARE BEST OF THEIR KIND.
present. His warm welcome was re the great possibilities of development their God-given rights. Mr. Sawtelle
Trice of l>nilv by mail
K nowles C hapter No, 12, O. E. 8.—Meet« at sponded to by 11. B. Blood, ’97, now of and the need of keeping pace with pro reached the highest grade in hie class,
Price of Sunday by mail.........
* - <>0 per
Masonic hall the 2d and 4th Monday evening
0 Daily and Sunday’ by mail
Murals determine what our na and his oration was in keeping with his
In each month Visiting members cordlsllv in Forest Grove. The memories of the past gress
MRS EMMA SNELLING, W. M.
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were pleasant to him because of tbe ac tion shall be tomorrow, and a great need scholarship.
MRS. KATE HEATH, Sec.
Miss Fern Stout spoke of “Norman In
A. O. U. W —Charity Lodge No. 7 meets first and quaintances formed and principles taught. is a higher standard of morality. Voters
The Reporter and Inter Ocean one year for $1.36.
third Fridays of each month, 7:30 p. m. Lodge He took pride in seeing McMinnville col
should be taught that it is w rong to vote fluence in the Making of England.” Tbe
room in Union block.
W H. FLETCHER, M W
lege students occupying positions of for a man of doubtful character. Woman secret of Norman domination was tbe
J. D. BAKER. Becorder.
trust and honor, which indicated mental should be educ ated, for in her hands are fact that they conquered the country,
hall second and fourth Friday evenings of each growth, and the medals won in oratory the noblest («ossibilities of the race.
populated by immigration, added to and
Tn order to prove the great merit of month.
Ely's Cream Balm, the most effective cure
Dot ha May Daniels spoke on “True popularized the language, and made wise
C uster P ost N o . 9—Meet* the second and fourth and triumphs in debate accentuated the
for Catarrh and Cold in Head, we have pre- Saturday of each month tn Wright’s hall at 10::» fact. Neither bad the spiritual training
Friendship.” It is a brighter and more ami just laws. Miss Stout’s oration indi
pared a gonerons trial size for 10 cents. < a m. All members of the order are cordially
been small, nor tbe physical. He proph divine possession than love. Friends cated roeearcli, and was delivered in good
Get it of your druggist or send 10 cents to invited to attend <>ur meetings
GEO. W. KEENE, Commander. I
esied a change of name in ten years to are self-elective. To have a friend is to voice.
ELZ BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. City.
J. B. STILWELL, Adjt.
Mr. Herbert Toney spoke of “Tbo
“McMinnville University,” because of an be a friend. Three elements were necee-
I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind
Meet first and third Monday nights of each month enlarged sco|>e of action, and assured the sary; truthfulness, kindness and duty. Discipline of Experience.”
ever since a boy, and I never hoped for at
7:30 p. m. in Union block
cure, but Ely's Cream Balm seems to do
wisdom is to be learned only in exper
W G HENDERSON, M. A.
C opyrights A c
J. W. BONES, Sec.
even that. Many acquaintances have used
the college at heart. In the ability of every friend. A true friend can ope a ience. Character to be of value must
•h and description may
it with excellent results.—'»scar Ustrum,
pinion free whether an
tbe response, Mr. Blood is showing the heart, and those )>eople who cannot stand for itself in the daily world of
invention Is probably patentable. Communiai-
45 Warren Ave., Chicago, Ill.
tions wfrictly -onfidential. Handbook on Patenta
A thrill of terror is experienced when growth himself, especially since he was l>e great or famous in the world's esti temptation and trial. Toil belongs to
pent free. (»Meat agence for lernrinff patents.
Ely’s Cream Balm is the scknowledeM
Piitrnt« taken tnmneh Munn * Co. receive
• .tk-r, without charre. in the
mate can be a good friend and thug per every person, and practical experience
•are for catarrh and contains no cocaine, a brassy cough of croup sounds through titling a vacancy on the program.
comes from mingling with the people,,
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thompson of Al form a noble mission.
mercury nor any injurious drug. Price, the house at night. But the terror noon
$0 ceuu. At drugguts or by mud.
not from seclusion ami the cloister. Thue
changes to relief after One Minnte Cough bany sang a song, and were encored.
A bwHom.lv ll>n«’r»t<Ht w^klr. Ij»rp*** elr-
of an. «sentiSc ionmal. Term«. * > *
Cure has been administered. Safe and Their rendition of “The Photograph” Isabel Grover's subject. She told of the you can find a proper estimate of your
jnr trmr m.'nth«. *L Sold by all newsriraterii.
Private lessons in musical acoustics. harmless for cbildrtn. Rogers Bros.' was true to life, and highly pleased the thralldom and oppression withstood by own character and develop your judg-
Terms, >4 00 per one-half hour. Govs. 1 Pharmacy.
audience, as did also their medley later the negro race, and contrasted the devel-
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