The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, April 28, 1899, Image 1

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Entered at the Postoffice in McMinnville,
as Second-class matter.
VOL. XXIX
M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, APRIL 2S, 1899.
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A tueek of Bargains.
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COMMENCING SATURDAY. APRIL 29,
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Spring. The price in each case is lower than the reg­ ■'
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25 pcs New Figured Chailies, in light and medium «
light grounds
3%c Per yar<I
1 case 36-iu Percale, in neat Dark Patterns, the reg­
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ular i2%c grade, at
25 doz Men’s Crash Hats,-the 35c and 25ckind 19c 4
25 pcs regular 25c Dress (roods, iu mixtures, Brocades ”
and plains
19c per yd <f
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175 pairs Boys’ knee pants, the 35c grade
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19c
10 doz Child’s Sun Hats, the 25c sort
50 pairs fine Lace Curtains, the kind that sell at
$1.09
$1-75» Per Pair
25 Suits Men’s all wool Spring Shapes in Clothing,
$6.98
choice, neat patterns
4 cases Men’s fine fur Hats, Fedora shape, colors
98c
black, brown and gray, the $1.50 kind, choice
Several choice bargains in addition to this list which
will arrive during the week and be placed on sale far
below their value.
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As the Spring time in Oregon or any other
country are new and old customers at our store.
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This season in all probability, and to have fl ow-
ers other varieties will have to be cultivated.
We have a great variety of seeds.
Gardens are Sure
But you need the best of seeds from reliable
growers. See our stock and prices. We have
Seed Potatoes and Onion Sets.
Wheat’s All Right I
And we congratulate our farmer friends on their
improved prospects. Hurrah for Spring !
Good Groceries Always in Stock at the Old Reliable
House of over Ten Years' Standing.
Respectfully.
Wallace & Walker.
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White’s Restaurant
The well-known place for the best meal in the city.
N ew D ining R oom
The Largest in McMinnville, has been recently fitted with best of
taste. Liberal service and all you can eat.
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Fruita, Candies, Nuts and Cigars.
Give Ua a Call.
T. A. WHITE
One Dollar if paid in advance, Singlenumberafivecenta.
NO. 19.
Kicked by 11 Horse.
Fred Klyver, who three weeks ago left
Mrs. Boise is very sick with the grip.
i McMinnville to reside on a farm in Polk
Mrs. B. Johuson is very low with con­ county, near Salem, died at 9 o’clock
sumption.
, Friday evening at the Salem hospital,
Mr. Ben Lewis has been very sick, but : from the effects of a kick received from
is getting better.
: a horse at 7 o’clock the previous morn-
~ ABSCLUTEEY PURE
Vern Clifton has gone to join a U. 8. ! ing. He went to the barn in the morn- ] *
ing with his 14-year-old son for the pur-
navy training ship at San Francisco.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
The Degree of Honor is very prosper­ I>o8e of harnessing the team preparatory
SQVAI BArnea SOWOtS CO . HO <0«x.
ous, and take new members in every to beginning the day’s work. One of the
horses
being
sick,
he
sent
the
boy
to
the
week.
house for some medicine, His mother
Mr. Berry’s hop yard is in Aery good accompanied him on the
THE SCHOOLS.
Treble Clef Club Concert»
returu, when
condition. Hops now being trained are they were horrified to find the apparent- !
Probably the most successful of the
ROLL OF HONOR.
three feet long.
many concerts given under direction <f
ly lifeless form of Mr. Klyver lying on '
10th grade—James rotter, Lucy Patty, Mrs. Evenden in this city was that of
We are glad to note that Mrs. Flower, the stable floor to the rear of the horses.
who is attended by Dr. Courtney, is im­ A messenger was hurriedly sent to Salem Kathleen Bird, Lily Baxter, May Rey­ last Friday night, April 21st. It was an
nolds.
proving very fast.
aggregation of artistB.
Besides the
tor medical assistance. Dr. Smith re­
9th grade—Sam Evenden, Claude Treble Clef club of 15 ladies in their
W. L. McCann, steward on the Grey sponded, and though despairing of the
Sparks, Walter Long, Tommie Hutchens. gorgeous costumes, there was Mrs.
Eagle, arrived at Dayton this week to man’s recovery, had him removed to the
Sth grade—Vernon Derby, Bunn Mc­ Walter Reed, the superb contralto, of
Salem hospital, where he might have
visit bis brother.
Camish.
Portland, the well-known and apper-
The Salem
The Odd Fellows celebrated their an­ the best of treatment.
7th grade—Villa Brown, Alice Adams. ciated contraltos of McMinnville. Misses
Statesman
says
that
at
the
hospital
it
niversary Wednesday evening by giving
Glen and Spencer, the accomplished
appeared, from an examination of the
a supper and entertainment.
COOK BUILDING.
young pianist of Portland, Mies Pearl
frightful
wound,
that
the
force
of
the
Mr. Scott brought suit for a deed to
The further school advances the more Smith, and the skillful accompanists,
blow bad beeu received on the frontal
property which he had bargained for.
the pupils drop out.
Mrs. Evenden and Miss Josie Gortner.
skull
bone
almost
direc.tly
between
the
He ottered balance money due and then
The Sth grade have their last review The club opened with “Down in the
two eyes, both orbital plates being splin­
claimed the deed. Referred to court.
Dewy Dell” in fine harmony and time.
tered and the fracture extending to iu physiology today.
Two traveling artists were working up either side of the head to the base of the
There has been more sickness in our Rhapsodie Hongroiee No. 2, by Liszt,
their line of business which is painting skull. The broken bones were removed, building this year than in any year the ! was the first piano selection, played by
signs on windows. They put their hand­ the fracture treated and the man placed writer has attended school here.
, Mrs. Evenden and Miss Smith. The
iwork on J. W. Exon’s, Bradley’s, and in as comfortable a position as possible,
Those on the roll of honor are: 8th j piece was slow and stately al first, but
Hall’s, which looks very neat and busi­ but he died as above stated without hav­
grade—Myrtle Stewartson and Willie as the players advanced they warmed to
ness like.
ing regained consciousness.
Eberhard. 7th grade—Leroy Petersen i the work and the attention was rapt.
Mr. Berry is putting one of his gas
Mr. Sears, the owner of the farm, and Dow Walker. 6th grade—Fred Her- Before the close the audience realized
light machines in Mr. Wambsgan’s gives this theory of the accident: “On kowsky, Earl Converse, Fred Foster and that the composition came from a master
butcher shop. He will have three lights. Thursday afternoon Mr. Klyver came to Cleva Peery. 5th grade—Howard Neal, mind and was performed by masterful
Mr. Berry has just finished putting six Salem for groceries. Before starting he Lee Fletcher, Carl Maloney, Lyle Hen­ hands. An effort was made to bring the
lights in Mr. Jones’ store. They are very turned the large team out in the pasture, dricks, Daryl Potter and Lena Rummel. ladies back, but only a bow could be
Mies Spencer sang Faure’e
brilliant and give good light.
on which account I think one horse was 4th grade—James Eveuden, V Kratz, secured.
April 19lh a telephone message was sick with colic. After harnessing the Bertha Savage.
3d grade—Bertha “Stella,” which is a good voice tester,
and the listener needed to watch sharply
received from McMinnville to look out well horse, Mr. Klyver hail turned Strickland and Olive Blood.
to enjoy both the beauty of the song and
for two horses. Your humble servant toward the sick horse, which had laid
the
excellent accompaniment.
Mrs.
Probate
Court.
down
in
the
stall.
He
had
laid
a
single
­
gathered a tew boys and rounded up a
Fatate of S. C. Pearson. Final ac­ Reed first appeared in “To Love, To
span of horses that came into town, and tree down behind the horses that he in­
after two hours hard work, captured tended taking with him to the field count approved, executors discharged Suiter” by Tirindelli, and Gounod's
them. Then came a message that the He had evidently stooped toward the and estate declared fully and finally set­ “Serenade.” Every word could be dis-
tinctly heard, and Mrs. Reed possesses
horse wanted was at Amity. The horses horse to take the singletree, when the tled.
in good degree the happy faculty of
were then placed in the stable to await horse attempted to roll and, as lie turned,
Estate of Chas J. Schreyer. Petition
fitting
facial expression to the subject
threw
his
hind
feet
out
with
tearful
force,
orders. After a week the owner, Dodge
for the assignment of a judgment and
Hayden of Amity, came to pay expenses hitting Mr. Klyver with the inner side agreement described in inventory filed matter of the song. The gentler tones
were rendered with bird-like melody,
of the hoof just above the eyebrows, and granted as pray ed for.
and secure his horses.
white there was no deficiency of power
crushing in the tones clear across the
Estate of 8. Forehand. Time for filing where power was needed. The merited
IHatrlct No. H.
head, the wound taking the circular
inventory and appraisement extended to encore which followed was responded to
Arthur Shelton has purchased about form of the ’hoof. The horse is very
July let, 1899.
by “Sweetest Love is Newest.” Weber’s
20 acres of Uncle Win. Caldwell’s land. tractable, docile and trusty, and not in
Guardianship of Bessie Llewellyn. In­
Floyd Colwell and Miss Cora Carey the least vicious. The position of the ventory and appraisement tiled and minuet and rondo, opus 24, was rendered
by Miss Pearl Smith. This piece is
were married last Thursday, Arthur Mc- horses, the character of the wound and approved.
known to musicians as one lequiring
Phillips tying the knot. The neighbor position in which Mr. Klyver was found
great
skill of finger movement and wrist
by
his
wife,
make
it
clear
that
this
ex
­
turnout Old Yamhill.
boys gave them an old-fashioned chariv­
action, and Miss Smith certainly bad it
planation is the true solution, though the
ari.
The fame of the “Garden spot of Ore-
down to Cue points. It was wonderfully
gon" does not diminish, but "expansion
There was hardly standing room for accident was seen by no one.”
well given. The club gave the Foster­
Mr.
Kly
ver
whs a member of Protec­ appears to be its destiny.
Having read
the crowd at Miss Edmiston’s entertain­
Smith arrangement ot “Old Uncle Ned,”
tion
lodge
No.
2,
A.
O.
U.
W.
of
Salem
in last week’s Reporter an account of
ment, Saturday evening.
Everyone
which was liked so well that they weie
seemed happy and showed that they ap­ for eight years. He was an industrious the honor bestowed upon a former Yam­
prevailed
on to come back, and sang
man,
and
for
some
time
a
faithful
em
­
hill county, boy the editor of the Ore­
preciated the exercises by their frequent
“Dickery, dickery dock.” Mrs. Reed
ploye
of
Mr.
Wing,
liveryman
of
this
gonian thus comments:
"Professor
cheers.
Mies Edmiston presented di­
sang “The Knight of the Beautiful Star,”
plomas to three of her pupils, who had city, and of Wilson & Henderson Wortman, just appointed to one of the in French, which was doubtless just as
previous
to
their
change
in
business.
major professorships of Yale, was born,
completed the eighth grade. They are
Frederick II. Klyver was born in Den­ not at Oregon City, as has been stated, good as English to those who understood
Charles Henderson. Cleveland and Thur­
mark, Aug. lltli, 1858. He came to but across the river from Champoeg, in it. Miss Smith next rendered "Papil-
man Wisecarver.
lon” and “Au Printemps,” by Greig.
The news that Pratt Sitton’s barn was this country when nine years of age, . Yamhill county. The fact is worth re­ Mies Glen sang Pinsuti’s “Raft,” a song
on tire when the Saturday evening pro­ residing in Wisconsin until 1878, when ' membrance if only for the sake of tra­ Wall fitted to her voice, and in which she
gram was about bal*' done, caused con­ he came to Oregon and was married to dition. Old Yamhill fails not, now as threw a wealth of power and feeliDg.
siderable excitement, as it contained all Miss Mary E. Kuns Oct. 17th, 1883, at in the past, to uphold her end against The admiration of her friends is always
the stock, feed, etc., for carrying on Un­ McMinnville, Oregon. Deceased leaves the world.”
insatiate until a second appearance, and
cle Doc’s portion of the farm, which a wife and two children, Carl and Alta,
Mies Glen responded with a pleasing
Teachers' Examination.
aged
respectfully,
14
and
8
years.
His
Pratt is farming. Upon investigation
ditty.
Mrs. Reed’s last selections were
The
regular
quarterly
examination
for
it proved to be the old, original barn that father, mother, two brothers and one
teachers’ certificates will be held in the “The Danza,” by Chadwick, and "1’111
sister,
reside
in
the
east.
I'ui'te Doc built, and belonging to Eb.
The funeral was in charge of Charity court house May 10-11-12, commencing Wearin’ Awa,’ Jean,” by Arthur Foote.
Sitton, containing bis feed and some
at one o’clock Wednesday, May 10th. The latter piece was especially pleasing,
farming implements, but no stock. All lodge No. 7 of this city, and was very
Examinations will be given in the follow­ and there were some Scotchmen present.
the family and near neighbors were at largely attended on Sunday afternoon,
ing order:
Wednesday, Penmanship* The club further appeared in “Peggy”
many
visitors
from
neighboring
towns
the school house. Mr. Lamb saw the 1
Theory
of
Teaching,
Grammar. Thurs­ and “Old Kentucky Home.” The latter
fire and reported it, but the building was being present. The seaviee was held at
day, Written Arithmetic, Theory of was their beet selection on the program,
the
residence
of
C.
F.
Daniela,
a
brother-
in ashes before help arrived. The fire is
Friday, Geog­ and was charmingly rendered, The
in-law of deceased. Hearty aympathi Teaching, Grammar.
a mystery, but supposed to be the work
raphy, Mental Arithmetic, Reading, second sopranos had a chance on this
is
universally
extended
to
the
bereft
j of tramps.
Physiology, Composition, Physical Geog­ piece—an unusual thing—which may
family.
raphy, Book-keeping, Oregon School account for some of its excellence, The
WHITEMM.
Card of Thanks.
Law, General History, English Literature harmony was so captivatiug that some
of the young men in the audience were
Sunshine and showers has been the
E. V. L ittlefield .
I desire to thank our many frienu., lor and Algebra.
heard to join in.
program for the week.
the sympathy, love and esteem shown to
Card nt Tliauka.
Bicycling is all the rage. A number myself and family during our sudden and
Summer Term ot Normal School.
terrible bereavement, anil to assure them
of new wheels are in town.
I wish to thank my neighbors and
i
A Rummer term of ten week« will be
that
such
kindnesses
can
never
be
for
­
friends sincerely for their kind offices
Bob Fox returned home Tuesday, after
gotten.
Respectfully,
during the illness and burial of Mrs. held at the State Normal School at Mon­
an extended stay in Washington.
mouth, tieginning Tuesday, June 26th.
M ary E. K lyver .
Walker. Respectfully,
Some of our young folks are exercising
The regular work of the school, includ­
B.
W.
W
alker .
their muscle training hops for Uncle
ing preparation for all state and county
As the season of the year when pneu­
Dick Phillips.
examinationR, will be given by the
A
meeting
of
bicyclists
was
held
in
monia,
la
grippe,
soar
throat,
coughs,
,
A representative of the Portrait com-1
the city hall Tuesday evening, to discuss Normal faculty. Grades made will be
pany of Portland is around delivering colds, catarrh, bronchitis, ami lung
the building of paths. W. L. Hembree credited toward graduation. Tuition
troubles
are
to
be
guarded
against,
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ordered pictures. The werk gives entire
nothing “is a fine substitute,” or is was chairman and Prof. Northnp secre­ 16.26. Board and lodging, from |2.50 to
satisfaction.
tary. A committee was chosen to draft ♦3.0o per week. Total exfieneee, from
“
Miss Hannah Robbins and Edward just as good” as One Minute Cough
a
constitution arid by-laws, consisting of ♦35 to <40. For announcements, address
Minor were elected a« delegates to repre- Cure. That is the one infallible remedy
the
president and secretary. Prof. Con­ Secretary of the Faculty, Normal School,
| sent the Y. P. 8. C. E. at the convention i for all lung, throat or bronchial troubles
verse,
G. 8. Wright and Edw. Fuller. Monmouth.
Insist vigorously upon having it if i
at Newberg Saturday.
A
meeting
of bicyclists from all parts of
The entertainment given at the church ! “something else” is offered you. Rogers
If sweet plantation melodies are fre­
the county was called for Saturday,
Bros.
Saturday evening was well attended and
April 29tb, at one p. rn., to talk plans quently heard on the evening air now,
proved a success. The little folks do
Llenatt to .Harry.
for building the new paths.
The vari­ do not take it for Rome unheralded pro­
their parts well and should to encour-;
April 19—N. F. Caldwell, 30, and Cora ous towns have l>een notified of the meet­ fessional troupe. It is our home boys,
aged by the presence of the older peo-
ing by telephone. Another meeting of practicing for that minstrel entertain­
Carey, 26, of McMinnville.
I pie.
ment they pur|<ose giving on the even­
April 26—C. M. McCormick, 30, of local bicyclists was called for tonight.
ing of May 19th for the benefit of the
For frost bites, burns, indolent sores, Washington county, and Anna M. Jones, The idea of constructing several paths
centering at McMinnville is generally volunteer monument fun*!.
eczema, skin disease, an*l especially 26. of Newberg.
favored, rather than buildiDg with the
Rev. Geo. W. Grannis will conclude
piles. DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve
object ot reaching some other path lead­ the “History of Man ’ series of sermons
Advertised I.eitere.
stands first and best. J>x*k out for dis­
at the Methodist church. Sunday next.
Rev. J. A. Campbell. Mrs. O N Neil, j ing into Portland.
honest people who try to imitate and
Some McMinnville citizens are shotr- Subject at 11 a. m. “Glori th ation.”
counterfeit it. It’s their endorsement of F. Rocca, Chas. Tresuold, J. W. Ku
ing remarkable traits thia spring, Tbey The evening service will lie devoted to a
a good article. Worthless grxxjs are not j pert, package )
are going fishing and telling the exact love feast and the tord’i supper. All
J ames M c C ain , P. M.
imitated. Get DeWitt’s Witch Hazel
1 truth about it after their return.
are invited.
April 26th, 1999
Salve. Rogers Broe.
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