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M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY. MAY 5. 1899.
Entered at the Postoffice in McMinnville,
as Second-clasN matter.
One Dollar if paid in advance, Single numbers five cents.
Ackerman spoke at Friends' church l>e-
fore the teachers and endeavorers.
Alex Anderson has sold his farm to a
The rains are keeping farmers from
party from Astoria.
the spring seeding, and some fear will
The Salvation Army held services in injure the fruit, but so far no damage is
the church last Sunday morning.
uoticeable in the orchard.
Mrs R. C. Percival attended the C. E.
W. W. Walker's are quite uneasy over
convention at Newberg last week.
~ A bsolutely P ure
the news of their son’s accident in Ma
Mrs. Morgan is reported to be quite nila, but hope it will not prove to be
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
ill. She was taken suddenly sick Mon anything serious.
Mrs. Williamson of Salem is in town
Miss Edith Percival made Portland visiting her daughter. Miss Etta, of the
friends a visit Friday, returning Saturday Model millinery establishment.
Heal Estate Transfers
delegates to meet and confer with the
county court; said meeting to lie called
Week ending May 3d,
by the county court, the number of dele American Mtg Co to O & C R R
Uusincss of City Council.
Mrs. E. Fox visited the metropolis
gates to such convention to be in pro
last week in the interests of the Salva The ..¡tv fathers met in regular session portion to members, for each 16 mem 6 lots and 3 frac'l lots in Dun
Tuesday evening, all being present ex bers elect one delegate.
Trustees of Society of Friends to
Judge Bird set today at 10 a. m. as the
Mrs. Spangler will lecture in the inter cept Councilman Campbell.
Newberg Monthly Meeting
Friends church, grantora’ inter
ests of the W. C. T. U. at the church in were read and approved. The fire and date for conferring with the county
est in real property in Newberg
water committee reported that all bonds court.
the near future.
had not been given on the wood con
State of Oregon to R W Farmer
Rev. W. C. Scott will till his regular
tracts Committee on streets and public
appointment at the church Sunday
property reported work of cleaning
To all bicycle owners: Section 5 of US to Jas T Simmons 134.16 a
morning and evening.
streets and vards progressing slowly. the bicycle law reads as follows, to-wit:
C. I). Morgan and wife started last Councilman McDonald reported having
Yambill Cemetery to Wm
The alieence of the proper tag from any North
Nelson e hf blk 38 cemetery
Tuesday for a six weeks’ visit at their secured $.‘>0 on subscription toward the bicycle shall lie considered prima facia
A E Anderson, guardiau, to B W
old home in Wisconsin.
improvement of I street. The following it shall be the duty of any and all peace
Nelson 62.80 a part D Simmons
d 1 c t 3 r 5.
George Phillips haB a large number bicycle ordinance was presented, read officers, deputy sheriffs and bicycle tax
F. Anderson, guardian to B W
out in his hop field training hops. They twice, and placed on its final passage:
collectors to seize and safely hold all A Nelson
96.83 a t 3 r 5.. .........
such bicycles until the levied tax and Sheriff to Nathan
finish up the work this week.
ORDINANCE NO. 199.
M Moody 40 a
$1 additional has lieen paid, as a tine for
in sei 36-3-5.............................. 1526.00
Still the improvements goon. Miles
An ordinance to regulate the riding of such uon payment.
Sheriff to Mary E Weaver lots 1,
Houck has the lumber on the ground for bicycles on the streets and sidewalks in
2, 5 and 6 blk 41 Lafayette
the corporate limits of the city of Mc The above law will be fully enforced,
a new barn and has begun work.
and any person found riding a wheel Sheriff to John Enery 236 a pt of
Minnville, I Iregon.
Hathaway Yocom d 1 c and pt
Miss Phoebe I.efever who formerly
The people of the city of McMinnville after the Sth day of May without the
sec 7-4-5. ................................ 5,342,16
lived at this place took the train at Day do ordain as follows:
proper tag, will be dealt with in accord Sheriff
to John Enery 603.12 a e
Section 1. It shall be unlawful for ance with said section 5, as I have abso
ton for eastern Oregon where she will any
hf d I c of Jos S Danforth and
person to ride a bicycle on the side
reside in the future.
claim No. 62 t 6 r 5 ................ 1849.13
walk of Third street, between A and II lutely no discretion in the matter.
Sheriff to Frank W Fenton
W. G. H enderson ,
R. W. Phillips was taken suddenly streets, or on the sidewalk on the east
in Robt C Kinney diet .'! r 3.3215,50
side of B street, south of Third street, or
Sheriff and bicycle tax collector for Sheriff
and violently ill last Friday. Dr. Gouch on
to D J Irwin 44 a pl Jesse
the sidewalk on the west, side of E
er of McMinnville was ’called and at this street between First and Third streets, or Yamhill county.
Parrish <1 I e t 3 r 2................ 322.24
J F Wisecarver and wf to Rachel
writing Uuele Dick is reported as im on the sidewalk on the north side of
Hartman lots 5, 6 and 7 blk 18
First street , between E and II Btreets, in Hl.TDRNINU THE VOI.I'NTEEHS.
the city of McMinnville, at any time.
Jerome Pratt and family accompanied
While the writer is1 much interested Carl Adolf to Ludwig Adolf lot 5
Section 2. It shall be unlawful for any
sec 27 t 3 r 2 31.06 a ..............
by a number of neighbors from Nebraska person to ride a bicycle on any of the about the return of our boys from the
returned last Monday. Uncle Pratt and streets or sidewalks within the corporate Philippine islands and would gladly David CruikBbank to Janies
Cruikshank nw qr sw qr sec 16
of the city of McMinnville, unless
wife are well satisfied to make Oregon limits
and lot 2 sec 17-5-4................
the bicycle is provided with a bell for greet them, there appears to be a lack of
their future home.
warning pedestrians of their approach, consideration on the part of many in re Anna B Lamb to W E Wright pt
lot 8 blk 14 Deskins add to
The entertainment given at the church and the riders must give warning of their gard to the whole affair. Unless the
last Thursday evening by Miss Mac- on the street, at. least 25 feet distant from
Frank W Fenton et ux to C F
Bride was well attended and enjoyed bv the person they are meeting, or attempt their own fate it will require a great
Nelson et ux % int in Robt C
every one present. “The Creed of the ing to pass, or if going in the same di number of men and for many years to
Bells” was very well delivered and her rection, to pass, or attempting to pass, garrison them to render the place ten Wm DeHaven et ux to J H Ship-
ley and M T Henderson sw qr
should no heed be taken of the able to any one except the dominant
humorous recitations were very taking. and
nw qr sec 2-5-7........................
warning, the rider shall dismount from
Our school is very full for this time of the wheel at least ten feet from said pe party, and even they at times may find Jas C Duncan to It W Kirk 10 a
pt David Lay field d 1 c t 3 r 2 .
the climate tropical by the opposition
the year. At. present there arc but two destrian and pass on foot.
C II McKinney and wf to Ada A
vacant seats in the building and these greater rate of speed than four miles
Hill lots 2 and 7 blk 12 John’s
would be filled did not sickness prevent per hour when ujion the sidewalk, or at dominate, just as in the present instance
add to McM
the children from coining. Reviews are a greater rate of speed than six miles per we find ruling quite a difficult if not en CH McKinney and wf to O II
Adams lots 3 and 6 blk 12
going on preparatory to final examina hour when upon the street, and all bi tirely an impractical matter. Now so
tion, and in two weeks our school will proaching a street corner, where the ap
Chas P Nelson to P Q Davis tract
close for summer vacation.
in College 1st add..........
proach of pedestrians cannot lie seen on
for any reason, it appears to me that the Joseph Barnett et ux to Menden
the intersecting streets.
hall and Bibee lots 1 to 7 in
Section 3. Any person or persons vio volunteers are as good and serviceable
clusive Foster’s add to Sheri-
lating any of the provisions of this ordi as any soldieis and no more so. The
J. M. Bunn was a passenger on the nance, shall upon conviction therefor claim that they are our boys will apply
Saturday morning's train for Portland, before the recorder’s court of said city just as much to regulars as volunteers, Isaac Lynch and wf to Levi Mc
Kinley s hf nw qr sec 1 t. 6 r 4
McMinnville, < tregon, lie fined in any
where he stayed over Sunday with hie of
80 a ...................
sum not less than $1 nor more than $10, for not a man in either class is dearer
wife, who is stopping in Portland for or by imprisonment in the city jail not to hie mother than the one in the other
An Outline of the Program.
less than one day, nor more than five rank to tiis loving parents. This fully
committee on program for the
The fire boys were called out Tuesday at the discretion of the court.
settles that point, for my son in the regu
state G. A. R. encampment has
morning by the burning out of a Hue in
Section 4. That all ordinances or
parts of ordinances in conflict herewith in the volunteer service is to you, dear, drafted the following outline for a pro
Dr. Kuykendall's office. No damage.
doting mother, nnd I honor you for your gram. This, of course, is only an out
G. L. Rowland sold a gelding horse on are Section
5. Inasmuch as an emergency
Friday last for $200 cash, and Uncle exists, this ordinance shall lie in full love you lieiir to him yet feel that you line, and docs not embrace by consider
Green thinks he sold very cheap at that. force and effect from and alter its pas should hold in as high esteem the regard able all the interesting features that mill
sage and approval by the mayor of the I have for my beloved offspring. In be enjoyed at that time:
The horse weighed 1810 pounds.
city of McMinnville.
Juue 20—Forenoon-Receiving and
answer to the plea for their return be
Married—At the residence of the
Passed the council, May 2d, 1899.
locating delegates; afternoon, prelim
Approved this 3d day of May, 1899.
bride’s parents, on Sunday last, Miss
appears to have some degree of plausi inary convention work; eveuiug, re
A htiii k M c P hilliph ,
Nora Miller toM r. Fred Perkins, V. W.
bility, yet when the matter is known and ception, music, address of welcome on
Pearce, justice, officiating.
Attest, W. L. H kmhree ,
fully appreciated that the enlistment behalf of the city by Mayor McPhillipc;
Recorder of the city of McMinnville.
E. G. Seaton and wife left Thursday,
was for two years or for the war and on behalf of the G. A. R., by Professor
May 4th, for Iowa, where they will visit
Four hundred dollars were transferred would necessarily carry with it the op G. A. Prentiss; behalf of the W. R. C.,
with Mr. Seaton’s relatives and friends from the-general to the water fund. A
tion of the federal authorities to keep by Mrs. Emma Galloway; on behalf of
for the next two months.
warrant was ordered drawn on the sink them to the end of the two years if they the Sons of Veterans, by E. V. Little
Winter is still with us, there being ing fund for $901.50 to pay interest on saw tit or had any use for them, it would field; music, res)<onses by C. P. Hallo
The following bills were al seem just cause for retention in the case way, Mrs. Frazier and the commander
about a foot and a half of snow on the bonds.
mountains between here and Tillamook. lowed :
of the present rebellion tc the end of the of the Sons ct Veterans.
............... $15.00 time of enlistment or the suppression of
June 21—Forenoon—Parade at 9
Our new liverymen are planning a new- Collector’s salary.
20.00 the revolt. Answering the claim that o’clock, session work; afternoon, session
platform scale, which will be quite Recorder’s “
Street Coinr. “ .............. ........... 42.00 our boys were not enlisted to fight “Nig work, competitive drill of school cadets,
bandy during the hay hauling time.
.................. 41.00 gers or Filipinos,” but to fight Spanish evening, campfire.
A band of horse traders passed through
A. V. R. Snyder printing
4.00 soldiers, reminds me of the old Dutch
June 22—Forenoon—Couqietitive drill
our city Tuesday last. There were four
2.00 man who was a raiser of blooded stock by the Manila Guards at 9 o’clock ; ses
men. 18 horses, all scrubs, one mule and
W. IL I.ogan overcharge on water 5.00 and delighted in them. Amongst bis sion work; afternoon, distribution of
three dogs, which made quite a show.
Jones A Adams, lumber.................. 62.00 possessions was a fine stallion, a fine bull drill prizes, final session work.
Mrs. J. N. Reed was reported quite
and also a fine ram. One Sunday morn
sick the first of the week, but at present
lairenur« to TTlorry.
ing while crossing one of his pastures he
is on the mend.
In spite of the bad weather last Satur was attacked by the latter and fatally
April 28—Fred F. Perkins, 25, and
Wiley B. Allen’s representative is here day, forty bicyclist» from various parts hurt, and when lying upon his bed dying Nora Miller, 22, of North Yamhill.
with pianos for sale, but we rather ex of the county came together in this city
April 29—C M. Miller, 23, and Ella
he gave vent to his mind by saying:
pect he will find the sale of pianos at this to discuss the subject of paths. Dr.
“Oh, if it hat only peen my horse or my P. Hedgepeth, 18, of McMinnville.
place very slow.
Wright was chosen chairman and Prof. pull I vouden’t care so much, but to be
T. W, Lornbert, 25, and Stella Miller,
Hagerty of Carlton, secretary. The sen killed by a dam Schauf,” and so for our
18, of McMinnville.
timent was that the tax paid by outside soldiers to be killed by Spanish mausers
May 3—Wm. W. Rees. 22, and Edith
Mrs. C. B. Frizzel returned to her precincts be refunded, so that those pre would be to some people far more credi R. Smith, 21, of Newberg.
cincts might build paths from the prin
home in Hillsboro after a short visit in
table than to die by the same bullet only
cipal towns toward the county seat, the
at the hands of a Filipino.—“Regular,”
county seat members to meet them.
in State Jonrnal, Eugene.
Teachers not employed during the
The county Christian endeavor conven
Th«1 following precinct committeemen
summer, can find opportunity to make
tion was held in Friends’ church last were named to formulate a plan of
additional preparation for their work,
action : McMinnville—Dr. G. 8. Wright.
The regular quarterly examination for
Rev. Alexander Blackburn of Portland Newberg—Dr. Littlefield, Amity—Mr. teachers’ certificates will be held in the or to review for either state or county
lectured at the Baptist church, May 2d, Grames.North Yamhill—Fred Trullinger, court bouse May 10-11-12, commencing I examinations at the summer term of the
state normal school at Monmouth. From
giving Ins |>opular lecture, “Gumption.” Sheridan—Mr. Yocum. Whiteson—Mr.
at one o’clock Wednesday, May 10th. $35 to $10 will cover all expenses for the
Mrs. Grace L. Barrie has gone to La
Examinations will be given in the follow ten weeks, term beginning Tuesday,
Grande for a month's visit with her sis Lafayette— Koy Martin, Dayton—R A. ing order
Wednesday, Penmanship, June 26th. Full information sent on
ter, Mrs. H. A. Bodmer.
Theory of Teaching, Grammar. Thurs application to the secretary of the facul
They reported as follows: We jw day. Written Arithmetic, Theory of
The drama given by Burr < >ak circle on
ty, normal school, Monmouth.
committee appointed for the purpose do
Friday evening last, was good, but not heartily recommend that the money col Teaching, Grammar.
as was hoped, owing to other attractions lected from bicycle tax be expended in raphy, Mental Arithmetic, Reading,
For a quick remedy and one that is
the locality in which tte money is col Physiology, Comfioaition, Physical Geog perfectly safe for children let us recom
lected ; such money to be spent under
The teachers' institute was held in the the supervision of the county court. It raphy, Book-keeping, Oregon School mend One .Minute Cough Cure. It is
public school boilding on Saturday last, is furthermore recommended that each Law, Genera) History, English Literature excellent for croup, hoarseness, tickling
E. V. LtTn.gr itm.
in the throat and coughs. Rogers Bros.
in the evening State Superintendent , bicycle organization elect a Dumber of and Algebra.
R oyal JX-
We advertise goods, and sell them
We rely upon Values that please—
Qualities that give Satisfaction.
We don’t believe in doing* business
any other way.
Our sale continues the balance of the
Quality the Best.
Always the Cheapest.
Just as Cueleome
As the Spring time in ()regon or any other
country are new and old customers at our store. ê»
Roses mill be Scarce
This season in all probability, and to have flow-
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 è>
improved prospects. Hurrah for Spring !
Good Groceries Always in Stock at the Old Reliable »
House of over Ten Years’ Standing.
Wallace & Walker.
« White’s Restaurant—
« The well-known place for the best meal in the city.
ew D ining R oom
<« The largest in N
has been recently fitted with best of
taste. Liberal service and all you can eat.
Give Us a Call.
« Fruita, Candle», Nut» and Cigars.
T. A. WHITE.