The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, April 14, 1899, Image 5

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    YOU CAN PROLONG YOUR LIFE
LOCAL NEWS.
G. S. Wright, dentiat.
Hop wire at the McMinnville Fence(
by keeping your DENTAL ORGANS in perfect
condition, thus promoting good digestion,
Works.
G.
S.
Wright,
dentist.
v hleh is the prime factor ot perfect lu ,1th.
rwre luvited to call frequently at mvG.lfice
W. W. Levis lias moved back to his
C. Grissen’a new stock of wall papCr. 6
/xhmmatiou of the condition of -, our t.. tn
farm from Lafayette.
departments of dentistry are practiced, and
All
things
come
to
those
who
wait
—
by the most modern and conscientious methods.
Bargains iu typewriter paper at C.
even spring.
DR. LEROY LEWIS, D. D. S.
McMinnville.
1-4
Ed. Hoff has gone to Pendleton to Grisseu’s.
Hop growers are pleased with present
work at bis trade.
PHYSICIANS
Editor Graves of Amity was in the conditions and crop prospects.
Cut prices in sailors at Mark Sisters. ’
I j county seat on Tuesday.
£ALBREATH & GOUCHER,
See
new styles just received.
17-1
50 Pieces New Lace Curtains,
200 Pieces New Embroiderv
Did you notice the fine assortment of
A 15-lGths Jersey heifer calf for sale.
fancy crockery at Bettman & Warren’s?
50 Pieces New Dress Trimmings, including the draw strings.
F. II. B arnhart .
County Commissioner I. N. Branson
350 Pieces New draw string Ribbons,
200 Ladies’ Belts, 15c to 50c.
In
all
sections
of
the
Willamette valley
was down from Bellevue on Wednesday.
200
Ladies
’
Shirt
Waists,
25c
to
$1.75,
25 Pieces New Silks,
(Office over Bialy’s Bank.)
Newest and latest designs in wall paper | the usual prosperous crop year is indi-
200
Pieces
New
Summer
Dress
Goods.
j cated.
N c M innvilub
•
•
-
O regon . at Hodson’s.
Bettman «St Warren will receive a new
Rambler bicycles at Hodson’s at $40.
The largest line of Ladies’ Fine Shoes in the city. A complete line of Cor­
ÇOOK & CABLE,
stock
of crockery in a few days.
Best bicycle on earth. G. A J. clincher
sets,
Wrappers, Dress Skirts, etc.
Col. T. R. Cornelius, of Hillsboro,
< tires can’t be beat.
well-kuown
here,
is
reported
as
danger*
Judge Henry Hewitt of Albany
1 ously ill.
in McMinnville on Wednesday.
Some of the old settlers say that we
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
A new line of tobacco and cigars just
; never have settled weather until after
received
at
Bettman
&
Warren
’
s.
\\ e have New Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Crash Hats and everything needed in
M c M innvillï ,
-
-
-
O regon .
I Easter, anyway.
Ex-Commissioner Amos Neleon was
the line of Clothing and Furnishing Goods, including our mammoth • stock of
Mark Sisters, fine millinery and first-
over from Chehalem valley on W ednes-
SHOES.
ATTORNEY.
class dress-making, Hendrick building.
day.
Call and see the new rotary mould-
Guy Bird of Lafayette has been ap­
L. CONNER,
We Warrant every pair of “Mastiffs,” in Ladies' Gents’ and Children’s.
pointed deputy assessor for the Wheat- J board plow at F. W. Spencer’s, Sonie-
thing
entirely
new
and
useful.
land district.
Call and make your selections while Stock is complete.
President Newlin is lecturing to the
Mrs. Diana Pergueon, a sister of Mrs.
Newberg
people
on
his
climb
of
Mt.
Ve
­
Dwight Carlin, died in Eugene last
suvius. Here is a pointer for our lecture
Monday afternoon.
committees.
Office rooms 9 and 10, Union Block.
A. B. Cornell, for a time last year sta-
We now have a few thousand dollars to
McMinnville,
Oregon tion agent st this place, is now assistant
loan on farm property, at good terms.
CHAS. P. NELSON, Manager.
agent at Oregou City.
12tf
I rvine & V inton .
Chas. Grim died of consumption in
REAL ESTATE
The title of the latest popular coon
this city last Saturday, ami was buried
song is “My Liver Colored Warm Babe.”
the
following
day
in
South
Yambill
JjDELL & WOOD,
The people who want a field of reform,
Catholic cemetery.
should start after popular songs.
The New Home and Climax sewing
Real Estate and Insurance
Wanted in exchange—Tallow and
machines, needles and extras at C. Gris-
greese
for good Star Savon Laundry
Office in McMinnville National Bank sen’s.
42tf
soap. M c M innville S team L aundry .
Building, C Street.
Mrs. Cora Tucker and « daughter
Offers you undoubtedly
Congressman Tongue places himself on
Nellie of Portland have been i upending
Farms for sale, houses to rent, and all kinds
record
as
opposed
to
the
swap
of
the
of iusuranc.e written. Agents for property of the past week in this city and i in Lafay-
Philippines to England for the West In­
non-residents. Correspondence solicited.
ette, with friendsand relatives.
dies.
New Monitor combined hoe and double
“Give me a liver regulator and I can
PHOTOGRAPHER.
disc spring pressure drills at F. W.
Spencer’s. A new machine, and the regulate the world,” said a genius. The
druggist handed him a bottle of DeWitt’s
I N. HOBBS,
first of the kind in Yambill county.
Little Early Risers, the famous little
Just received from New York a
F. H. Barnhart returned from Hood
pills. Rogers Bros.
large line of
High-Class Photography
River Tuesday evening. He is pleased
Rev. F. A. Powell gave a series of lec­
with that locality, and his sojourn
TABLE LINEN, TOWELS,
a Specialty.
tures on phrenology iu Lafayette last
LACES, RIBBONS,
proved of some benefit to his health.
I am located next door to R. M. Wade A Co.,
week, the attendance and interest in­
BED SPREADS,
and aifi here to do good work and give satisfac­
Portland is trying to secure the pres­
creasing each eveuing.
CALICO
REMNANTS, Etc.
tion. Terms reasonable.
ence of President McKinley at the Na­
Work on the railroad from Dallas to
REMEMBER her
tional Editorial Association next July,
Now is your time to get a Suit of Men s or Boys’ Clothing,
CONVEYANCER
but his coming is somewhat shrouded in Falls City is to be resumed. This, with Birthday will soon be here. These
as
we
are closing out these lirnea, or leave your measure for a
the construction of a new court house,
doubt.
birthdays have a persistent and reg­
Tailor-made Suit. Don’t forget about our Star 5 Star Shoes.
E. McKERN,
will make Dallas a live city this summer. ular habit, of rolling rapidly around
We regret to hear that Rev. Wm. Gay,
The annual conference of the United as we approach the meridian of life.
formerly Presbyterian pastor at Lafay­
ette, now a resident of Dallas, is still Evangelical church is being held in Remember her now as you did in her
youthful days. S iie will appreciate
somewhat of an invalid, He sends kind Lafayette, beginning yesterday. Bishop it and You will feel better. W e can
words as a reader of The Reporter, Stanford of Pennsylvania is preseat as help you. A jeweler’s stock is al­
presiding officer.
NORTH YAMHILL, OR.
which any editor would appreciate.
♦ * A
ways one of the most suggestive for
An error in the city records caused the those who refuse to let the real
Ÿ
If you have a cough, throat irritation,
Legal papers written and acknowledgements
weak lungs, pain in the chest, difficult report to go out last week that the bi­ pleasure of life skip away.
taken.
W m . F. D ielschneider ,
breathing, croup or hoarseness, let us cycle ordinance had been repealed. The
McMinnville’s Reliable Jeweler.
suggest One Minute Cough Cure. Al­ law holds until the new ordinance can be
LIVERYMAN
paseed at the regular meeting in May.
Two doors below postoffice.
Books - Music
Stationery
ways reliable and safe. Rogers Bros.
ÇITY STABLES,
—T-—■
«
Family
washing,
30c
per
dozen
;
family
The great Scotch novelist, Rev. John
Notice to Creditors.
Watson, better known to the literary washing, unironed, 20c per dozen ; shirt,
Emerson Pianos, Kimball, Earhnf & Cottage Organs
Third St., between E and F.
I desire to make settlement of all ac­
world as Ian Maclaren, is announced collar and cuffs, 15c per set; blankets
Wheeler & Wilson, New Home and
E. L. WING, Proprietor.
to appear in Portland April 24, in ■ and quilts, 20c each ; rag carpet, 4c per counts now due me. Those knowing
yard.
M
c
M
innville
S
team
L
aundry
.
themselves indebted to me will please
Domestic Sewing Machines.
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by , lecture on “Drumtochty Folk.”
day, week or month. Commercial travelers
Judge and Mrs. D. R. Nelson were make immediate settlement, and avoid
C. D. Johnson has just received a
conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates.
making further costs necessary.
Give us a call.
large invoice of new surreys, buggies, guests of Judge Magers and family over
E lsia W right .
Sunday.
They
have
just
returned
from
carts and road wagons, and also has
an
extended
visit
in
the
east.
Judge
STEARNS—KING—QUEEN.
farm wagons for sale. He is offering
MEAT MARKETS
For Male.
them at his well-known live-and-let-live Nelson says he likes this little city.
Good seed oats and wheat. Inquire of
I am able to furnish loans on first-class
A full line of the latest patterns in WALL PAPER, at bot­
0 STREET MEAT MARKET,
prices. Come and examine his stock.
17-3
tom prices. None but standard goods, warranted to give satis­
farm security, from $2,000 upward, at 7 J. T. Funk, McMinnville.
Wm. Waltz, the harness maker who per cent interest; loans to run from 3 to
faction.
C. GRISSEN, McMinnville.
Reynolds & Bond, Prop’s.
has been assisting Elsia Wright the last 5 years. Parties wishing to borrow mon­
seven weeks, quit work on Wednesday,
ey, call and see me.
R. L. C onner .
Fresh and salt meats and sausage*’ of all
During
kinds constantly in stock.
Cash paid for and wdl return to Portland.
CASTORIA
A
scientist
says
that
if
the earth was
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds
this period he has made 50 sets of har­
of fat stock.
Bears the signature of C has . H. F letcher .
flattened
out
the
sea
would
be
two
miles
ness for Mr. Wright, who speaks of him
In use for more than thirty years, and
♦
deep all over the world. If any man is
as being a first-class workman.
♦
MATTHIES & BOOTH,
The Kind You Have Aluiayt Bought.
caught flattening out the earth he should
Reports from the principal fruit dis­ be arrested at once. Many persons can­
Proprietors of
tricts of the state show the prospects for not swim a single stroke.
♦
a good crop much better than was sur­
The
subjects
for
consideration
at
the
mised after the freeze in February. The
C. F. Daniela’ aou Clifford is quite Bick
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds wheat, too, is coming out splendidly. Re­ Cumb Presbyterian church next Sun­
from a combination of typhoid fever
day
will
be
of
interest
to
all.
“
Con
­
ports from the country at large on wheat,
South side Third St. between B and C.
and pleurisy. He was ill last fall, and
show the prospect poor, on account of science, a Moral Guide,” will be consid­
has never properly recovered.
ered
at
11
a.
m.,
and
“
The
Teachings
of
the severe winter.
PRODUCE MARKET.
the book of Jonah,” at 7:30 p, m. Ev-
The weekly crop bullitin, which is
The 17th U. S. regulars relieved the ervone invited.
>
based
ujxin information from every sec­
Oregon boys of their provost duty on
Q STREET PRODUCE MARKET,
The state board of agriculture has tion of Oregon, announces that fall and
March Uth. One of otir boys writes:
“All of our stuff is stowed away in a placed the dates for the state fair this winter sown grain is in excellent condi­
C. F. Daniels, Prop
building at the Quartet, and we will I year at Oct. 6-13th. The number of tion, and that “the freezing out of grain
likely go to the line tomorrow. This is i horse races is cut in two, the territory is west of the Cascades is very unusual,
Cash paid for Poultry and Country Produce.
districted for exhibits, to be in charge of and, as a rule, due to some local condi-
Hides aud Tallow bought. Hay, Oats, Millfeed, what we have been looking for for the
OU Meat Flaxseed and Bee Supplies of all
last ten months, and the boys are hap­ men named by the county judges, and tion rather than the severity of the
kinds kept on hand.
py. I have no idea how long we will be everybody, even the governor of >he weather.”
The Treble Clef club will give a con-
out there, but presume it Will be until state, must pay his way into the fair.
BARBER9.
This looks like reform.
cert at the opera house Friday, Apri)-21st.
the trouble is settled. ’
The St. Charles store is establishing a Mrs. Walter Reed of Portland has been
yy H. LOGAN,
There can be no complaint in future reputation for selling clean, bright and engaged for the occasion. Miss Glen,
from Manila over the quality of food good groceries at less price than they Miss Spencer, and Miss Pearl Smith
furnished the troops. Menus picked up have been sold in McMinnville. We of Portland will also render solos.
at random show that the volunteers
1 un located opposite Burns A Daniels and aim
! give no baits, but aim to make a small Lovers uf music should bail auch a com­
to give all customers good treatment for little hail at one meal beef soup with dump­
I profit on all goods. Good customers bination as tlii*, with true delight, and
money. B«th rooms in connection. Your pat­
lings and rice, peach sauce, and tea don’t have to pay for what we lose on attend eu masse.
ronage solicited.
Reserved seats 35
Now on sale at
. and coffee.
Another menu shows "deail beats;” everjbody pays at the cents, admission *5 cents.
17-a.
for dinner one day roast beef, sweet St. Charles store. Your trade solicited.
HARNESS
Mrs. Oscar Hargrave-Fouts died April
potatoes, apple sauce, radishes, bread
N. E. K egg .
mh
at her home 1 '3 miles east of Carl­
and
tea.
Another
menu
shows
one
gLSIA WRIGHT.
An estimate of 1’utle Sam’s strength ton, after an illness of three or four years.
company eating apple pie at breakfast
Manufactures and Deals in
with pancakes, fried potatoes and bacon. in the Philippines is posted at the post- Deceased was 39 years of age. 1 he fu­
This is better than seventy ont of a office which seems to 1« de< idedly in neral occurred on 'I uesday at the Chris­
error. It gives the total fighting strength tian church in Carlton, conducted by
I hundred people get who stay at borne.
at 27,000. Gen. Otis ha* 20,000 regular*, Rev. Geo. W. Fender. Mrs. Fonts was
SADDLES. BRIDLES. SPLRS,
Wm. A. Hill, a resident of this city, | and 26,000 volunteers, which makes a
•
a member of the Presbyterian church in
«.nd bru’hes. and sells them cheaper than they but employed at Middleton, whose serious
total considerably larger than the bul­ Indiana. She leaves a hunlmnd and five
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette
Valley. Our all home made
of harness arc illness was mentioned last week, died at letin gives.
The war department has children. The burial was in North Yam­
CASTORIA
pronounced unaurpiLved by those who buy them.
President H. L. Boardman baa been
that place on Thursday, April 6th, at the just made up a report showing that the
Bears the signature of C has . H FLrrctm
hill cemetery.
.
¡fliiitod
with an attack of the grip thia
age of 50 year*. He was married to Ada regular army has been recruited to
In use for more than thirty yean, and
1
week.
DRAYMEN
Adams, daughter of O. H. Adams, in 62,000 men. Aguinaldo’s arniv is placed
First Hapll«! Church.
ZV Kind You Have Alwayi Bought.
i 1877, and leaves a widow and five chil­ at 38,0u0, but is probably much larger.
Remolds A Bond’s D street meat mar­
yy
j. stow ,
•nbjcct for the morning «erinon
Subject
«ermon will
I I ri‘f* I Great
■ Fían t í'asrtliilitlaaw
,r Evening
!>'«•<
dren. A funeral service, conducted by ;
A number of McMinnville’* musical ket was entered Wednesday night bv
be. * ” • Three
Certainties."
M c M innville
Cure h 4 •!« !■> One Day.
“Per’oual Experience the Beet Teel.” people will goto Portland May let to hear wine thief, who found bis way in at a
j Cha*. Grissen. was held at Mr. Adams'
choir «¡11 render the following: the eminent violinist Sauer.
resilience Saturday afternoon, and burial
Take I-axative Bromo Quinine Tablets. The
twu-k window. He took about 75 cents
Morning, anthem
Evening, anthem,
was belli at Masonic cemetery. The fam­ Al) druggist* refund money if it fail* to “O Father, Almighty." Baas obligato
Sheriff Hendeison's sale of land for from the money drawer, and a numtier
Qoorta ot all dssrrlpnon. moved, »nd careful ily has the sincere sympathy of friends cure. The genuine has L. B. Q. un each solo, Ogden. Soprano nolo, Mollie l’atty, delinquent taxes occurs tomorrow at the of pieces of cured meat, some of which
han lung guaranteed OoHeetloo* will he made
in their sudden and sad bereavement.
tablet. For eale by Rogers Brue. 4G mb “The Sweetest Story of Old,” Parker.
court houae.
titly Hauling ot all kind* «lone cheap.
he drop|>cdon his retreat from the ehop.
New Things^)
FOR THE LADIES
Physicians
and Surgeons.
Physicians
and Surgeons.
Attorney and
Notary Public
FOR THE MEN
McMinnville Grange & Fanner Go
THE RACKET STORE
The Best Shoes
For the Money
A
Notary Public and
Conveyancer
*
H. MILLS & SON
C. GR1SSEX
BICYCLES
CITY MARKET.
:
:
Garden Seeds of ail kinds in
package or in bulk
AH of the Freshest.
ONION SETS.
Best Sets in the City
BARBER
FLOWER SEEDS
Dresser & Hendrick’s
HARNESS,
> Truck and Dray Co.
Come early and get your choice