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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 15, 1899)
G. S. Wright, dentist.
For school books and tablets C. Griesen
Mrs. Adolf Matthies is visitingin Port-
G. S. Wright, dentist.
New fern cutters, a late invention, just ’ land.
received and for sale by F. W. Spencer. I Pee Odell A Wood’s hop books. Al op
It’s the man with the pitchfork in Yarn- j i insurance.
A complete history of the late Spanish
j hill these days, and not “the man with
—Me Minn vllle, Oregon.—
| the hoe.”
Paid up Capital, #50,000 Photo mounts cut to any size you wish F. W. Spencer still lias left a few
| at this office, and for sale cheaper than bargains in buggies and carriages. tf
Tr*nMCts a General Baukins' Bnslneu.
For ammunition, fishing tackle and
i the cheapest.
We shall inaugurate the fall campaign with a grand Seven-Day Special Sale,
Chas. P. Nelson of the Grange store all manner of camp supplies, consult
Office Hours 9 a. m. io 4 p. m.
made a business trip to Portland during Hodson.
beginning Saturday, Sept. 16th, and closing Saturday, Sept. 23d. You all re
I am still paving the highest cash price
I e E LAUGHLIN, President.
member the remarkable success of our Spring Opening Sale. We are fully deter
1 J. I.. ROGF'RS, Vice-President,
Wanted—To secure the rental of a j for poultry aud veal. II. A. Palmer’s
mined that this sale shall eclipse all former efforts, and some remarkable bargains
f Li. C. APPF.RSON, Cashier.
poultry and fish market.
W. S. I.INK, Assistant Cashier. good piano. Address “8,” Reporter.
will be offered from all departments of our house. Prices good only on day ad
W. C. Arthur will erect a new house
Owing to the increasing demand for
vertised. Don’t miss a day, else you will be the loser.
lumber in McMinnville and the scarcity
Wanted—Either furnished rooms for
of that article this fall, Jones A Adams
SATURDAY, SEPT. 16.
Men, the $3 sort, to-day $2 buys
will plank about a half mile of mountain light housekeeping for man and wife, or
ÇALBREATH & GOUCHER,
Cotton Comforters, Silk-
road to enable teams *o haul from their
olein covered, never sold less than
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20.
mill after the rains begin in earnest.
too fine Satteen covered Sofa Pillows
Consult Hodson before you buy a new
I case Boys’ Heavy School Hose,
Make your wife happy by getting her
with fine filling, regular price 75c,
sizes 6 to 10, never sold less than
one of those wire washboards at the camera. He has the very best photo-
(Office over Braly’a Bank.)
20c, any size this day................... IOC
graphic supplies of all kinds, at most
McMinnville fence works.
75 Mens’ Gray Covert Mackintoshes
O bioon .
with check lining, silk velvet col
na and white, choice per pair. . . . 39c
Mr. J. G. Eckman took his'sister-in- reasonable rates.
lar, we sold them last vear at $5.
I case choice dark-colored Outing
At the Christian church next Lord’s
law, Mrs. Carrie Sherwood, over to New
today.... . .................................... 2.69
Flannel, regular 8J4 cent goods,
£OOK & CABLE,
port during the week, so she could see day the following subjects are to be dis
20 doz fine Vicuna Stripe Men’s wool
choice this day ............................. 5C
Shirts and Drawers, they sell oth
the grand old Pacific ocean before re
20 pcs 19-incli China Silks, in colors
er uavs at ft, today ...................... 69c
pink, blue, Nile, cream, lavender
turning to Kansas. They returned Mon subject, “The Conundrum of the Ages.”
■ Ladies’ Outing Flannel Night
red, all pure silk, per yard ....... 23c
Evening subject, “The American He
day, and report a delightful trip.
Dresses, the ft.75 sort, today....... 1.00
150 Boys’ Suits worth up to $3,choice 1.69
Hop pickers, buy your Groceries and
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
200 pairs of Ladies’ Fine Vici Kid
THURSDAY, SEPT. 21.
Farmers should keep their butter
Shoes in all widths and styles, itt
supplies at Dresser & Hendrick's, the
M c M innville ,
O regon .
goods day, two great
best and cheapest place in town.
lots, 50 pcs new Fall Fabrics in
each lot. The first includes plaid
Geo. Jones’ family arrived home purpose. The Reporter office sells it at a
ognized value f2 50, 2.75 and $3,
mixtures and plain goods worth
choice .......................................... 1.98
Thursday evening of last week from a remarkably low figure.
upto 65c, choice ............................. 39c
pleasant camping tour to ths sawmill.
MONDAY, SEPT. 18.
Lot 2—In this lot will be found some
J N. HOBBS,
of tile choicest fabrics of the sea
Emerson & Milton pianos, Kim in Miller’B yard near North Yamhill.
25 prs California fast wool blankets,
son, including a fine line of 44-in
Hodson has the latest improved camp
ball organs; bottom prices and easy
in Vicuna and navy blue, worth
wool Coverts, fine all wool black
terms at C. Griesen’s.
goods, novelty goods, many worth
up to ft per yard, choice this day
Sunday and Monday last five summer and investigate before you go to the
goods in 40 and 42-in, plain colors
mountains or seashore.
mixed and brocades, all the colors 19c
I atn located next door to R. M. Wade & Co., weather, sidetracked for so long, arrived,
and am here to do good work and give satisfac and the mercury climbed well up into the
President Hawley of Willamette uni
100 pr Boys’ knee Pants, all ages.. . . 19c
FRIDAY, SEPT. 22.
tion. Terms reasonable.
250 Utica mills 72 by 90 inch Bed
versity is expected to fill the pulpit of
45° manufacturers’ Lace Curtaiu
Sheets, all made and ready to use,
samples, no two alike. You’ll have
The U. 8. A. axe, the best and cheap the Methodist church in this city next
to be on hand early in the morning
est warranted axe in the market. For
to get any of them. You all know
McMinnville college brings the best
how people scramble for them.
9ale by Hodson.
Q STREET MEAT MARKET,
Choice, each.................................. 25c
Hops are of superior quality this year educational advantages to the very doors
dom pick from our New Fall Stock
SATURDAY, SEPT. 23.
throughout the valley, weighing heavier
Reynolds & Bond, Prop’s.
Yamhill valley. Why go far from home
Men’s Fine Clothing and
than they have for many seasons past.
TUESDAY, SEPT. 19.
. Overcoats, a choice collection of
Fresh and salt meats and sausages of all
kinds constantly in stock.
Cash paid for
our new fall arrivals, including
50 pcs choice English Outing Flan
Garner Speichler, of Shanksville, Pa.,
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds e<t to S. Iloworth A Co. please call and
fine Meltons, Sergesand Worsteds,
nels, the cream of the fall pur
of tat stock.
many in the liue worth up to
chase, 50 styles to select from, reg
f ¡6.50, some f 15, none less than
employ of his uncle, N. E. Kegg, ami
ular I2'2 cash goods, choice this
Mrs. A. II. Wheldon lias purchased assist him in selling groceries.
f ¡2.50. You can take
jy^ATTHIES & BOOTH,
«lay ................................................. 7#c
for her daughter, whois a music teacher,
8 doz Boys’ Fine Wool Knee Pants,
I our Pick today for an even $10.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Henderson were
aline Milton piano. The family has
double seat and knee, the kind
40 doz of our New La Triumph Kid
that sell from 75c to $1, choice
lately arrived from Wisconsin and will over from Salem to visit friends on
Glove, in all the new fall color
150 Men’s and Boys’ Double Tester
Wednesday. Mr. Henderson had just
ings. They are the acme of per
locate in this city.
fection in kids. Every pair guar
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
You will find the largest and most finished a job as hopyard boss near Sa
—they were never shown before less
anteed. You can buy no better
complete stock of crockerj’ and glass
South side Third St. between 11 and C.
glove at any price. Today, anti
160 prs Snow's celebrated Shoes for
this one day only, per pr.’.........
ware in the county at Dresser & Hen accompanied him to the yard and took a
hand in the picking to some extent. We
snlmiit that this is a mighty good record
A. L. Black, who was pastor of the
for an old lady, and one seldom equaled.
Baptist church at Independence, is also
Q STREET PRODUCE HARKET,
a student at McMinnville college, and
will continue his studies for two'years learn that Bedford Laughlin who has
C. F. Daniels, Prop.
been mining in Alaska for several years
more in the college here.
homo last Saturday from San
Two carloads of Roman pressed brick
(’ash paid for Poultry and Country Produce.
Hides and Tallow bought. Hay, Oats, Millfeed. for the new bank building arrived yester Francisco, to which place he had recent
Oil Meal, Flaxseed and Bee Supplies of all
day. These bricks are made at New ly gone from Dawson City. The Laugh
kinds kept on ha'tid.
berg, Yamhill county, by the Newberg lin Brothers possess valuable mining
Pressed Brick Co., and the firm was property in the noted Klondike belt, and
awarded the contract to furnish the brick rumor has it that Bedford brought out
yy H. LOHAN,
for the new government custom house $(10,000 worth of the “yellow metal
at Portland. Their pressed brick was with him.
This is from the Corvallis Times:
awarded a bronze medal at the Omaha
a recent wedding that did not happen a
exposition.—Baker City Republican.
250 Youths’ Suits
I am located opposite Burns & Daniels and aim
to give all customers good treatment for little
Dairymen can find the best and latest thousand miles from Corvallis, hop vines
$3.50 to $10.
money. Bathrooms in connection. Your pat
improved cream separators—warranted
to gather all ths cream in forty minutes— fore the knot w as tied the officiating min
ister said, “Let ns pray.” A man in the
at F. W. Spencer’s.
300 Men’s Suits from
audience who had noticed that the hops
Wheat 50c, oats 38c, baled hay, oats
175 Vestee Suits for boys.
were covered with lice, misunderstood
#5.50 to #12.50, all the
and cheat $7, poultry $2<o $3.Oil per doz,
the order, and prepaied to vacate his
Made by J.
pork, dressed 5c, live 3'2c, bran 85c per seat. He thought the minister said “Let
From $i to $4.50 each.
Manufactures and Deals in
Capps & Sou. The best
100 lbs, floor 75c a sack, |>otatoes lj^c a us spray.”
pound, prunes 8c, beef $2.25 to $3.25 per
fitting suit on the mar
100; blitter 25c@30, eggs 16c.
The St. Charles Store.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
Miss Eva Martin is now ready for the
Our flour is made out of old wheat.
».ndbrushes, and sells them cheaper fhnn they fall trade with a fine line of street hate,
Our sugar is made from cane. Our goods
?au be bought any where else in tne Willamette
300 Reefer Suits for boys
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are including the latest golf and bicycle are all new and fresh.
Our prices are
pronounced unsurpaaaed by tbc^e who buy them.
from 75c to $5.50 each
hats. Opening display of pattern hats regular and with reasonable profits. Coal
double knee and seat.
September 23d. These patterns cannot oil 17c per gallon ; lamps in profusion.
be excelled outeide the large cities, and Decorated dishes are very reasonable in
dra V men
will be marked $2 to $5 lower than city price. I want to pay yon cash $3.75 per
gROWER * SON,
dozen for old chickens, $1.75 to $2.50 for
Thos. H. Rogers and Dr. Lewis took young chickens. Salt, soap and bacon
Now Ready For Inspection.
their departure for Tillamook Saturday in quantity. Look out for our advertise
morning to investigate an old wreck on ments from week to week. Veal is
the Nehalem beach, which is supposed wortli 6'4c cash. We believe in hustling
Sondi of all descriptions moved, and careful
Call and examine our Large Stock. We have some
handling guaranteed. Collections will be made to be the old beeswax laden ship of long —will pay all the market will permit.
monthly. Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
to tell the ladies of, next time.
ago, as no wreck has occurred on that j
beach since the settlement of the Ore
N. E. K egg , Proprietor.
gon coast. The shifting sands lately left
the wre, k partly exposed, and Mr. Rog-1
fruit Jara at t o.t.
ere will excavate among the decayed
We will close out our large stock of
tindiers for evidence confirming his be- fruit jars at cost. Look at our prices : Ci
CHAS. P. NELSON, Manager.
lief that it is the old Spanish galleon ' gallon jars, 65c per doz ; quart jars, 50c
that sailed from Manila a century or so ' per doz.; pint jars, 40c j>er doz. ; jelly
glasses, 30c per doz.
NORTH YAMHILL, OR.
A large congregation assembled at the
J. P. I rvine & Sox.
Chri’tian church last Sunday to listen to
l egal papers writteu and acknowledgement,
Said tw hr Suicide.
the discourse of Rev. Lindsey upon the
Vloki Tea positively cure. Bick
■tenth of nil Old Ke.ldvnt
A dispatch from Sun Francisco, dated
subject: "The Most Important Question headache, indigestion and constipation.
the 9th inst., announced the death of
David W. McCall died at his home in
Estate of Jacob T. Williamson,
to be Discussed by the Christians of Mc A delightful herb drink. Removes all
Minnville—Not the Saloon.” An elo eruptions of the skin, producing a perfect tion to dismiss proceedings ami disallow Mrs. Smith, formerly Mrs. Wm. Boll of this city on the afternoon of Monday,
this city. The dispatch is as follows:
Sept, lltli, of typhoid pneumonia. Mr.
quent sermon was delivered, the perora complexion, or money refunded. 25 cts the claim granted.
Mrs. Pauline Smith, formerly of Port McCall would have been 74 years old
Estate of A. J. Nelson. Final account
tion of which was that if the twenty mil and öd cts. For sale by Rogers Bros. 2
heard and approved,executrix discharged land, Oregon, blew out her brains today had he lived till next Dec. 11th. He
lions of professed Christians in this coun
she was lying at the aide of her hus
estate declared fully and finally as
try would not devote so much energy to
band, who was asleep. The report of had been in poor health for two years,
the higher criticisms, to creeds and dog
the pistol awakened him. The wife died yet bis death was unexpected to many
We are prepared to furnish cook wag set fieri.
Estate of E. N. Ford. Report of sale a few momenta after firing the shot. She friends. He came to Oregon in 1865,
mas—in short if they would attend to ons and hopyards out complete. Grocer
the more humble duties of a Christian’s ies, bread, dishes and vegetables. Make of personal property filed and sale ap was despondent, the melancholia being was an adherent of the Methodist church
induced by brooding over her past life,
Office rooms 9 and io, Union Block.
life, and write their influence in this your list and get our prices.
We can proved. First semi-annual account filed having been divorced from n man named south, and a thoroughly conscientious
and approved Forty dollars per month Holl in Portland about a year ago. She man. The funeral was held at the home
Oregon world for the betterment of the condi save yon money if given a chance.
allowed for support of widow and minor thought of him almost constantly, in Tuesday afternoon, conducted by Rev. R.
tions of humanity, they would advance
J. P. I rvine A Sox.
spite of her marriage to Smith. The W. King, and the burial was made in
children for balance of year 1899.
in influence and power. Then denomi
couple was to have gone to Portland to the Happy Valley cemetery on Wednes
national jealousies would die, bickerings
( ure a «'eld In One Dag.
Arker’s Dyspepsia Taklet» are swirl
and backbitings would cease, and the sa
There is doubt of the truth of the dis day morning.
F««t Brick in City.
Chas. McCall of Dayton, Wash., ar
loon question would settle itself, for All druggists refund money if it fails to on a positive guarantee Cures heart patch. Mrs. Smith was a sister of Mrs.
Christians »nd Christian influence would cure. The genuine has L. B Q. on each burn, raising of the food, distress after A. Dielacbneider of thin city. The re rived Wednesday evening in response to
Third St., Cur. FUnder*. PORTLAND, OR.
have the whole world within their grasp. tablet. For sale by Rogers Bros. 46m6 i eating or any form of dyspepsia. One lit mains are expected to arrive here for a telegram announcing the death of his
tle tablet gives immediate relief. 25 cts
father, but which he did not receive in
burial this morning
and 50 cts. For sale by Rogers Brow. 2
Hotel complete with Eiectrte Lights BelK
time to enable him to be pr-'-ent at the
Steam H»at. Rath Room on each flour. Elejrat-
Bear« the signstureof Cas» H F l »Tenta
Bargains! Bargains! In buggies and funeral. J. 8. McCall, another son, was
Bear* the signature of Caca. H F lbtcbkb
c>r for ac« ommodatmn of guwsl*. ^ates U t°
«1.25 per daf, aerording to room. Meals 25c.
The R epobteb and Weekly Oregonian surreys at C. D. Johnson’s. Call and see I expected to arrive last evening iron»
In uw lor more than thirty year», and
In uae for more than thirty year», and
>cee bus to and from all trains.
one vear for $2, strictly in advance.
A'<«J law //ao. d/ww/r BoagKi.
Haut AFaajt BoagAA
E. SANDERS, Manager.
A HUMMER FOR A STARTER !
fall yeeds at grange ¿fare
FOR MEN AND BOYS
Our Fall fiats & Shoes
Truck and Dray Co.
McMinnville Grange & Farmers Go
Notary Public and