The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, March 31, 1899, Image 5

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by keeplng'yonr DENTAL ORGANS in perfect
condition, thus promoting good digestion,
which is the prime factor ot perfect health.
You are iuvited to call frequently at in y office
Ibr examination of the condition of your teeth
All departments of dentistry arc practiced, and
by the most modern and conscientious methods.
*Jda0V and Surgeons
milice over Braly t> Bank.)
Mell- àP*
and Surgeons.
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
Mwr viUR.
O regon .
Attorney and
Notary Public
(jfll/e rooms 9 and 10, Union Block.
McHinnv ‘He,
Q!‘OA *
Real Estate and Insurance.
Office in McMinnville National Bank
Building, C Street.
Fanns for sale, houses to rent, and till kinds
of insurance written. Agents for property of
non-resldenta. Correspondence solicited.
ttigh-CF ss Photography
a Specialty.
1 am loo- d next door to K. M. Wade A < «».,
and am he. e to du good work and give satisfac­
tion. Terms reasonable.
Notar, Public and
Legal papers written and acknowledgements
1.1 VT: RYMAN.
Third St , between E and E.
E. L. WING, Proprietor.
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by
day, week or mouth. Commercial travelers
couveyed to all points at most reasonable rates.
Give us a call.
Reynolds & Bond, Prop's.
Fresh and wait meats and snusagt-s of all
kinds constantly in stock. Cash paid tor
hides. Highest market price paid fur all kinds
of fat stuck.
Proprietors of
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
South side Third St. between B and C.
C. AOO aniels, Prop.
Cash paid f At .
Hides anckTa .
Oil Meal. Flaxft eu
kinds kept on hand.
•»nd Country Produce.
Hay, Oats, Millfeed.
. Bee Supplies of all
1 atn located opposite Burn» A Daniels and aim
to give all customers good treatment for little
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat-1
tvuage solicited.
Manufactures and Deals in
ndbrii"hen, and sells them cheaper than they >
can be bought anywhere el«e in the Willamette
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are i
proucunced unsurpassed by those who buy them, j
yy. j.
stow ,
M c M innville
Truck and Dray Co.
Good« of all description« moved, and careful
ran’.ling guaranteed. Collections will be made
Aonthly Hauling of ail kinds done cheap.
G. S. Wright, dentist.
The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian
one year for $2, strictly in advance.
G. S. Wright, dentist.
Hop wire at the McMinnville Fence
School books at Hembree’s.
C. Griesen's new stock of wall paper. 6
Bargains in typewriter paper at C.
The women have the Easter bonnet
Deputy Sheriff Ernest Henderson
F. II. B arnhart .
spent Sunday in Salem.
Feely was laid by
Seven members were added to the
tho past week.
Device of Honor Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Irvine moved
J. 11. Henderson and son Robert were
into Mis. M. M. Hodson’s residence on
over to Salem this week on business.
Miss Eva Martin has established a
Call aud see the now rotary mould­
branch millinery store in North Yamhill.
board plow at F. W. Spencer’s. Some­
Did you notice the fine assortment of thing entirely new aud useful.
fancy crockery at Bettman & Warren’s?
Ladies, w hile in Mrs. Warren’s store
Rambler bicycles at Hodson's at $40. Saturday ask iier to show you those new
Best bicycle on earth. G. & J. clincher pompadour rolls.
tires can’t be beat.
Lynds Jones, employed with the Dr.
Horse literature printed at this office Price Cream Bakiug Powder Co., at
in the best style of the art, and at most Portland, was in the city over Sunday
reasonable prices.
with his parents.
A new line of tobacco and cigars just
New Monitor combined hoe and doable
received at Bettman & Warren’s.
disc spring pressure drills at F. W.
A woman’s idea of a winter of the Spencer’s. A new machine, and the
right length is one that lasts as long as first of the kind in Yamhill county.
her canned fruit.
Tho name of the wounded young man
Mrs. E. S. Warren and Miss Mildred given in the dispatch of the 27th as Er­
Hale opened a branch millinery store in win Crawford of Co. B, is evidently an
Dallas last Saturday.
error, and is Elvin Crawford, Co. C, and
The New Homo and Climax sewing a grandson of O. H. Adams of this city.
machines, needles and extras at C. Grie­
If you have a cough, throat irritation,
weak lungs, pain in the chest, difficult
G. W. Seibert has gone to Dallas to breathing, croup or hoarseness, let us
engage in blacksmithing. His family suggest One Minute Cough Cure. Al­
remaius here.
ways reliable and safe. Rogers Bros.
Geo. W. Jones took a force of men up
Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Barnhart left on
to the mill on Monday to construct a log Monday for The Dalles, where they will
chute, preparatory to another big year’s sojourn for a time, testing the health­
giving qualities of that climate.
For a quick remedy and one that is
We now have a few thousand dollars to
perfectly safe for children let us recom­ loan on farm property, at good terms.
mend One Minute Cough Cure. It is
I rvine & V inton .
excellent for croup, hoarseness, tickling
At the Cumb. Presbyterian church
in the throat and coughs. Rogers Bros. Sunday morning the pastor will fill the
The .shawl is coming into fashion pulpit as usual. Special music by the
Stage managers will have to choir. At the close of the service the
hunt up a new wrap for the deserted quarterly communion service will be
widow and the orphan left in poverty held.
by some man’s villainy.
C. D. Johnson has just received a
You don’t want to forget F. Diel- large invoice of new surreys, buggies,
schneider when you think of purchasing carts and road wagons, and also has
a pair of shoes this spring. Its the place farm wagons for sale. He is offering
for footwear that combines style, fit and them at his well-known live-and-let-live
prices. Come and examine his stock.
wearing quality.
Bettman & Warren candle their eggs
R. Jacobson & Co’s display of millinery
was elegant on Saturday, and several before they leave the store.
ladies are known to have gone hack
For the past two weeks the cherry
several diffeient times to feast their eyes treeH have been considering the pro­
on that window.
priety- of bursting into bloom, but the
Ilappv is the man or woman who can frosty nights have held them back
eat a good hearty meal w ithout suffering against their will—rebuked their rash­
afterward. If you can not do it, take ness and saved the crop.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. It digests what
The Baptist Sunday school will observe
you eat, and cures all forms of dysjiepeia “Chapel Day” next Sunday evening. A
and indigestion. Rogers Bros.
highly interesting program will be rend­
The trial at Hillsboro last week of the ered by the school, consisting of music,
A collection will be
case of Stout & Martin vs. Yamhill recitations, etc.
county, to recover on lumber contract, taken to be used for building chapels in
Everybody is
resulted in a verdict for plaintiffs, and Cuba and Porto Rico.
judgment for $1,378.68 and costs, which invited.
Fred Thompson won the medal at the
will amount to about $1,000.
I. J. Wees of this county will receive Demorest contest Wednesday evening.
pay for his time between the period of The other contestants were Geo. Mc­
his enlistment and rejection nt the be­ Cutcheon, Carl Grover, James McKil-
ginning of the war. The boys who were lop, Robert Venson and D. II. Wolfe.
rejected will probably all receive similar The judges were Rev. Fender, Prof.
Brumback and Mrs. Annie Henderson.
compensation in course of time.
AU contestants did exceedingly well.
Clare Baker, one of John W. Baker’s President Boardman awarded the medal
sons, was in town Tuesday, wearing i in a few well-chosen remarks. About 309
soldier clothes. He is one of the boys were present.
w ho didn’t get beyond San Francisco, |
being taken sick there.
He is now i Mr. G. W. Perkins of North Yamhill
working for the Southern Pacific Co., on I who returned home last Saturday from
a trip to London, called at this office
the tie train.
this week to say that he marketed his
The grand jury at court this week was hops at a good figure, and did not leave
composed of H. Dunstan, If. Rummel,
them to be sold on commission as was
A. B. Watt, S. Y. Yocom, R. W. Han­ erroneously stated last week. He had 261
ning, O. Woodworth and R. N. Snell. bales, which were eagerly purchased by
They found two true bills. Abe Black­ London dealers as soon as they could be
burn served as bailiff. The other bail­
transferred from the steamer to the
iffs were VV. W. Nickell and C. F. warehouse. Mr. Perkins left New York
on his outward trip just before the fear­
Hon. Wm. Chrisman and wife re­ ful storms of February,and the steamer’s
turned from California Saturday evening. passengers were shut up below deck for
Mr. Chrisman is looking thinner than three days during the heaviest part of
usual, being bothered somewhat with I the storm. The trip occupied thirteen
rheumatism. He says if a man improves days, but the return from London to
in California it is a sign there is nothing New York was made in one week. Quite
the matter of him.
Oregon’s lovely an interesting hour could be spent
spring, which will soon be here, will do listening to Mr. Perkins recount the
more for him than California.
habits and customs of our British cous­
Monthly report of district No. 17, E. ins in the big city where pedestrians and
F. l’erkins, teacher, for month ending vehicles turn to the left and where the
March 24th, 1899: No. days taught, 20; people enter the cabs and street cars
times tardy, 0; No. enrolled, 30; average left handed.
attendance, 24.2; Those neither absent
The severe fighting in the Philippines
nor tardy, Nelva, Zilla, Grace and Glen­ brings with it the sad news that some of
nie Blackburn, Willie and Effie Busbee, our home boys are among the severely
George Downing, May Goodrich, Taphro- wounded.
The list comprises so far
na, Ralph and Elbertie Harford, Isla Chas. Benedict, Geo. Bnyder, chest; Wm
Laughlin, Buna McCoy, Roy Mayhew, Ungerman, thigh and scrotum; Leo
Cha». Nissen, May Stoddard, Chris. Grace, neck; Frank H. Thompeon, a
Smith, Ethel Wonderly, Zola Cooper; Brownsville boy formerly of the college,
visitors on roll, 50.
faco; and Ray Antrim of Wheatland.
Dr. G. 8. Wright of this city was ap- i Hayes B. Taylor, who enlisted from
pointed a member of the state board of! Portland, and who is among the killed,
dental examiners by Gov. Geer, on Mon­ was known to people here, having can­
day. It had consisted of four members' vassed the county not long ago in the in­
and as it might disagree on some subject terest of the Chicago Portrait Co. We
it was thought best to have the board can only hope that our boys will survive
composed of an odd number. The mem­ their injuries, but the days are likely to
bers of the present board are Dr. T. L. be long and anxious before the letters
Nicklin, Portland; Dr. W. W. Contris, arrive telling us of their condition. The
Salem; Dr. James M. Keen, Medford; worst feature of this war is the fact that
Dr. Norris R. Cox, Portland; Dr. G. 8. such noble blood must be spilled by those
Wright, McMinnville. The board’s ignoble little sons of the jungle who don’t
members meet either st call of the know a benefactor when they see him,
president or at stated intervals. The or bow to fight a fair battle. We have
board decides when and where the meet­ two consolations at this anxious period.
ing« shall take place. They are generally If our boys fall, they fall bravely and
held in Portland. The compensation is nobly in • righteous cause, and if it is
$5 per day for the time actually em-, possible under the sun tor them to re­
cover, they have the grit to do it.
ployed, and expenses.
Many of our New Spring Dress Goods and Trimmings,
Wash Goods, Hosiery and Underwear, are in. We carry
a complete and full line of CORSETS.
In Men’s Furnishing Goode, Shirts,
Overalls, etc., we can give you the
best values ever offered.
We now occupy the second floor of
our Store building with a full line of
Men’s Hats, Trunks,
Valises, Bicycles,
and many other articles.
Eaater Service nt Buptlet Church.
The choir of the First Baptist church
will render special music on next Sun­
day morning and evening, and the ser­
mon of the morning will be appropriate
to the day. In the evening the Sunday
school will give a chapel day exercise,
assisted by the choir of the church. The
following program will be rendered by
the choir: 1st, Organ; 2d, Anthem,
Christ is Risen, (J. L. Frank;) 3d, Shep­
herd of Israel, (Morrison) ladies’ quar­
tette, Misses Snyder, Glen, Snyder and
Mrs. Boardman; 4th, Soprano solo, Eas­
ter Morn, (Adame) Mollie Patty. Even­
ing: 1st, Organ; 2d, Anthem, Golden
Harps are Sounding, (Shepherd) choir;
3d Bass solo, (Selected) Fred Boardman;
4th, Soprano solo, The Palms, (Fame)
Jennie Snyder; 5th, Anthem, The
Blessed Trinity, (Barnby) choir.
Bettman & Warren will receive a new
stock of crockery in a few days.
John Booth has moved from town
back to his farm.
D. P. Trullinger, the North Yamhill
miller, was in the city yesterday.
Miss Patie Cooper of Independence is
visiting her brother, J. C. Cooper.
Attend the endeavor entertainment at
the opera house tonight. Plenty of fun
for only 2oc.
Mrs. J. B. Gardner has been quite sick
with a stubborn case of grip, for two
weeks past.
The schoolmates of Epbriam Ford,
who is sick, visited him in a body yes­
terday, with gifts of flowers.
Mrs. E. F. Manning will return from
California today. Her daughters Effie
aiid Jessie went to Portland yesterday to
meet her.
Robt. Henderson, who has been a
faithful employe of this office for some
time, expects soon to take a position in
the job department of the Statesman
office at Salem.
Mrs. R. J. Simpson and son Walter
are spending a few days in Portland,
visiting her daughters, Mrs. Patterson
and Miss Bertha Simpson.
The entertainment at the opera house
tonight will be one you will appreciate.
You are invited. Only 25c admission.
No lady should fail to see Mrs. War­
ren's bats Friday and Saturday of this
week. She haB just what you want for
Chas. Grissen, the music dealer, this
week sold a fine Emerson piano to H.
P. Newton, one of the prosperous farmers
living near Lafayette.
Offers you undoubtedly
The Best Shoes
For the Money
Just received from New York a
large line of
Now is your time to get a Suit of Men’s or Boys ’ Clothing.
as we are closing out these lines, or leave your measure for a
Tailor-made Suit. Don’t forget about our Star 5 Star Shoes.
Garden Seeds of all kinds in
package or in bulk.
All of the Freshest.
Best Sets in the City.
A man and wife to work on hopyard,
inquire of W. C. M ilpcb , McMinnville.
Now on sale at
Dresser & Hendrick’s
Come early and get your choice
To The Public.
Ladies, see Mrs. Warren’s millinery.
The St. Charles store is doing a nice
She has just returned from Portland with
business on the start. Chickens are good
the very latest novelties both in dress
property, also eggs. We pay cash when
hats and street hats.
you don’t want nice, new, clean groce­
T. B. Reed, who moved from here to ries. Chickens are worth $3 to $4 per
Dallas three years ago, has been in town doxen. Groceries sold as cheap as they
the past week. He expects to move possibly can be sold.
N. E. K egs .
back to McMinnville this spring and en
Farm for Sale.
gage in lumbering or contracting.
imj roved. Inquire of W
The school children made a great raid
on the town selling tickets for an enter­ M. Merchant, Carlton, Or.
tainment held last night. After a person
Cure a fold 1» One Paj.
is interviewed about ten times to buy a
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
ticket, tie begins la question the wisdom
All druggists refund money if it fails to
of the plan.
cure. The genuine has L. B Q. on each
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. tablet. For sale by Rogers Bros. 46mo
Tom Kay of Salem on the 2 2d met. Mrs.
C. A. Wallace is over there on a visit to
“Give me a liver regulator and 1 can
her new grand daughter, whose birthday regulate the world,” said a genius. The
is less than a day earlier in the month druggist handed him a bottle of IteWitt's
than her own.
Little Early Risers, the famous little
Uncle Wm. Bnffum, aged 9.9, the oldest pills. Rogers Bros.
man in the county, died at bis home in
Amity on Tuesday, and was buried the
following day. The funeral occurred at
the Christian church,«nd was conducted
by Rev. J. A. Campbell of North Yam­
hill. Mr. Buffum was a native of Ver­
Bear* the »ignature of C bmi . H F lbtcwbb .
mont and came to Oregon in 1846.
In use for more than thirty yean, and
71« A'tsg Kua Z/«w
Land Offlco at Oregon City, Oregon,
March 29. 1»99.
’OTICE 1« hceby given that the following
named »ettler ha» filed notice of hl» In­
tention to mske Mini proof In support of hl«
claim and that said pnxif will be made before
the county clerk of Yamhill county, at McMinn­
ville, Oregon, on Mav 6th, UNI*, viz., Ezra A.
f’lcment; H. E. 1V9&0, for the Iota land 2 and H
hf of NK qr of sec t tp 5S II 7 W. He name-,
the following witnesses toprove biucontinu­
ous r<-id. <•. upon mid cultivation of said
land, viz: W H. Devore William Brown, W H.
James, Ed Wood, all of Willamina, Oregon.
CHAS. it. MOOR EH, Register.
Notice to Creditor«.
I desire to make settlement of all ac­
counts now due me. Those knowing
themselves indebted to me will plea«o
make immediate settlement. at,d avoid
making further costs necesi arv.
E lma W. uoht .
Llcenaea to Harry.
March .:2—Cha». H. Woolworth, 26,
and Cora B. Creaeon, 20, ol Dundee,
March .3—O. J. Hodson, 23, and
Lilia I. Hoskins, 20, of New berg.
March 2'9—A. L. Wiilian son, 31, and
Janie Hutton, 30, <>f Amity.
Bean the signature ot C wa *. II. Pr.rTcim
In use for more than thirty years, ind
Tho ICiod >’»« ZZste Al»hji Bought.