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M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, SEPT. 22, 1899.
Entered at the Post office in McMinnville,
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Aft IMPOHTANT O1SCOVF.HY.
imiHOI M FOB
One Dollar if paid in advance, Singlenv.mbersflve cents.
Thos. H. Rogers and Leroy Lewis re The attendance was small at the meet
turned from their trip of investigation ing of the board of engineers in
down by the sea a few days ago. When Portland on Monday to discuss the pro
they arrived at the histotic dwelling of posed purchase of the Oregon City locks
Pat Smith enroute to the beach they by the government, but all present were
found that enterprising individual busily ia favor of free locks. Dr. .1. W. Watts
A bsolutely P ure
engaged in sawing walking-cane stripe of Lafayette was present, and nobly rep
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
from heavy timbers of teakwood. Pat resented Yamhill county’s desire in the
SOVAI BAKINQ POwoeR CO-. SEW YORK.
cheerfully accompanied the gentlemen matter.
A. B. Thielsen, president of the Salem
to a sand spit near the Beach, where the
Has succeeded that of Bettman & Warren, and
shifting sands had exposed the hull of chamlier of commerce, presented in
Will Htt'UX HAN RAINED.
! of those interested in Indian legislation
ancient vessel, whose timbers were of writing the most elaborate argument in
: teak. This wreckage had supplied his favor of the purchase of the locks.
who have no faith whatever in the pos
ing our old friends the best we know how, and we
About the first of last Augusta meat sibility of advanced civilization for these
want to make the acquaintance of many new ones.
trust was formed in Portland which has
woodshed with the precious raw ma cents |>er ton now charged at the locks been the means of advancing the price people. The former Indian wife of Gen.
terial, against any possible scarcity that would eave to the people of the valley of bacon to consumers three cents , er Sheridan is still living, but was absent
OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT!
from the reservation on a visit to the
might be caused by relic-hunters carry $2.50,000 annually al the present rate of pound.
The Hillsboro Independent
shipment,and that 140,000 people w’ould
Siletz brethren. She afterwards became
Scan our market every morning for Fruits and
shows up in good style how it is done,
the wife of a Spaniard, and is said to
bis visitors a small timber of the once be benefited by the purchase.
Vegetables. We are'pushing a hot campaign in
Mr. Thielsen then took up in detail and the great need of placing more of have a daughter living in Portland.
good ship, now his by right of discovery,
the home-grown product on the local
these articles, and they are always choice.
if they cared to carry it away. They the articles that are shipped from the markets. It says:
Public School Announcements.
lifted, or attempted to lift it, but as teak valley, showing the value, the quantity
Our meat trust. We have one. There
will open Sept. 25th, 1899, and
wood and railroad iron aie closely re
are three establishments in Portland,
|£ull f res h b>i,ies?f ltap|e G roceries.
lated in the matter of weight, they de come.
the Union Meat Co., Armour & Co., St. pupils are requested to meet at the Co
The counties most interested, accord Clair and another. In July these people lumbus building at 9 o’clock a. tn.
clined the offer, and each contented
There will be a program of singing, ad
ing to Mr. Thielsen’e report, are Benton, looked the situation over and saw that
the country butcherB had no bacon', that dresses and announcements. Supt. Lit
the farmers had sold out, wherefore the
The old wreck lies high up on a spit, and Yamhill. These seven counties an opportunity for squeezing the consumer tlefield will give the address; Director
above the tide, but it is imjiosBible to nually send down the river by boat or was not to be neglected, and it was not, Irvine will speak for the board
for on August the price of bacon was
The seventh grade will be consolidated
excavate into the hold without a pumic rail more than 500,000 tons of freight.
advanced three cents, and we now pay this year at the Cook building; the 8th
ing apparatus, on account of seepage
16 cents for bacon if we use the products
water from the upper side. Near the great bulk of freight is made up:
of the Portland packing houses. The nt the Columbus building. The other
tons. price of hogs however, appears not to grades will remain as before, except that
The well-known place for the best meal in the city. J* wreck was found a large pully block, Cattle...................................... No. of 9,038
have been advanced.
the Armour to relieve the 3d, 4th, 5th and 6th
7,200 company has a fair sized smoke house.
and bolts had entirely decayed.
Swine .......................................... 1,530 Il holds 10 tons at a time, fifteen days grades there will be a split 4th and 5th
50,700 is sufficient for curing a batch of meat to grade, taken from these rooms, and put
500 be immediately used, hence 20 tons per in the Columbus building.
since the settlement of the Oregon coast, Hops................................................ 6,770
4? The Largest in McMinnville, has been recently fitted with best of
month can be put on the market. A
Teachers have been assigned as follows:
taste. Liberal service and all you can eat.
36,522 rise of three cents per pound is $60 per
grade, Mrs. McPhillips; 7th grade,
4? Fruits, Candies, Nuts and Cigars.
is the vessel from which came the trees Green fruit.................................... 1,465 ton, and for 20 tons the profit of this one
Give Us a Call. i»
Prof. Scott; 5th and 6th grades, Misses
150,870 not an ill-favored plum.
But where do Akin and Comer; 3d and 4lh grades,
T. A. WHITE.
in that locality. Several I oub of bees Wheat ...............................................
26,566 the hogs feed that aro Used for this Misses Greene and Ackerman. 1st and
i» wax have been picked up on that beach Oats
Bye and barley............................. 3,381 product ? East of the Rockies. During 2d grades, Misses Kingerv and Williams;
during the past thirty years, and it has Merchandise
74,521 the winter months the poiker carcass is
.................................. 127,SCO cut up and Baited in the eastern slaughter split 4th and Sth, Miss Bently.
been the subject of many theories and Cordwood
l eople who intend to take the 9th and
house and shipped here in box cars.
surmises. Some claimed it to be a min
500,106 There is little shrinkage. It comes out 10th grade work should, if possible, en
eral substance, closely resembling the
Representative Tongue wbb present al of the Portland smoke-house looking
product of bees, ar.d some learned ar the meetingand made a strong talk in fine, is not mussed by a long haul across ter school at the beginning, as the woik
the continent, and loses nothing by will be harder this year, owing to the
ticles have been frim time to time writ favor of the purchase of the locks.
of water. In the summer changes made in the grade work. There
ten on that line. But the fact remained
He said it was a well known fact that months refi igerator cars are used. The
that the substance was genuine beeswax, the river regulated the freight rate, and fluids in the meat when first slaughtered will be no 11th grade as some have sup
and when melted over it was sold in the that ail of thia freight could be brought remain. It goes into the smoke house
There will be no need to bring your
market by the thousands of pounds. A to Portland at 50 cents less on a ton, if plump and comes out plump.
in the morning as there will be
later fact which confirms the beeswax the locks were free.
orders. Shipments are made on the loth no recitations. Enrollment, assigning of
I have ordered a Large Stock of New Furni
He denied that the purchase of the and 25th of each month of meat as it
time ago, some sixteen or twenty inches locks would in any way interfere with comes from the kilns. Quick sales and lessons, etc., will be the morning pro
ture for the Fall trade, much of it being already
W. I. R eynolds , Prin.
long, in which the wick was preserved other government improvements in Ore large profits insure a thriving business. gram.
here, and more yet to arrive. A specially large
intact. This was due to the ends hav gon. He thought that all such works
t.nliiK Fur From Home.
might be if the smoking were done in
supply of Bedroom Suits. The stock is more than
ing been sealed by melted wax prior to stood upon their merits, and showed that the east, besides if there is any stock
Frances Mann, a former teacher
will go in my store room, and I am placing them
its burial in the sea.
Oregon had received only a small pro left over from the monthly product, it in the McMinnville schools, has can
on display over the Racket store. Come and see us.
portion of the appropriations for river is no shrinkage. All this is business. celled her engagement to teach in the
greatly excited over the find as are the and harbor improvements.
Is the product of these packing houses schools of La Grande, Or., and expects
whites. They have a tradition handed
M. W. Smith, representing the Will good? Yes, and their business methods to take the steamer at Seattle soon fcr
down from generation to generation, of amette pulp and paper mills, presented are unobjectionable, except the arbi
a tight at sea between two monster ”ca- a document from his company showing trary raise of three cents per pound for Unalasha, to accept a position of teach
Our farmersand local ing for the government at $80 per month.
niins” and of one of them coming ashore that it had a contract with the owners of their product.
butchers must hedge against these peo
on Nehalem beach. They believe this the locks for certain privileges which ple, compete with them by putting suf Unalasha is the most western island of
to be the same ship described by their lasted until 1937. He asked that in case ficient supply of high grade farm meats the Aleutian group, and is 1,500 miles
forefathers, and are proud of the of purchase by the government these in the market so thnt we consumers will from Sitka in the direction of Asia. A
have a choice.
There must be more reliable authority says that the thermom
fact that proof of ttie story has rights lie protected.
hogs raised. Our home smoke houses eter here ranges as low as zero, and it
lieeu preserved and disclosed to the
A b soon as the board arrives at a con filled and at this season a fine amber
doubting white people. The find is in a clusion upon which to base a recommen colored product offered to our home mounts to 75 degrees. Fewer than half
transcontinental the days are entirely cloudy.
rather inaccessible portion of the dation, they will forward a report to merchants.
country, with a lake behind it in the Washington. The matter will then be freight rate ought to be a protective tariff dense and luxuriant growth of grass rus
large enough to make bacon-making tles in the valleys, and innumerable
winter season and the sea in front, but in the hands of the authorities there.
profitable to Oregon farmers.
huckleberries grow on the island hills
plans w ill be inaugurated to thoroughly
All Kinds, Sizes *
and plains. Many of the Aleutian is
explore the supposed ancient Spanish
lands lie south of the latitude of Liver
galleon before the restless sands aguin
Charles Brady died suddenly last
pool, and have a climate not greatly dif
tiide it from view.
Sunday afternoon while working with a
Best of Ammunition
long lieeu desired by the dusky deni ferent from that of northern England.
The AI nets are short, yellowish-brown,
idan. Mr. Brady and family, consisting zens of the Grand Ronde reservation,
'1 he Clipping Bureau.
but Mr. Tongue could never get very Japanese-looking people, with large
There are some interesting features
definite advices as to tie particular months, fiat noses, high cheek bones,
about the workings of a press clipping on their way to Tillamook from La’ thing they wanted to see him about. So small eyes and coarse black hair. They
bureau of which the general public is
are exceedingly religious, after the man
home for several years. Hearing that be took a few days off last week, and ner of the Greek church, and in many
i ignorant, and which account for the
accompanied by Sheriff Henderson, gave
many circular letters, visiting agents and
them a personal visit. He found them cases moderately well educated. 8oine
grafts people meet up with these days. drove out four miles and camped on busy with their hat vest, anil saw two or of them dwell in their own comfortable
A flood of adver
! A man gets married.
homes, with American furniture and ta
He three threshing outfits manned entirely
tising letters descend upon him. He work with McGee’s thresher.
bleware, and their women earnestly copy
never knew liefore that so many |>eople
The use the red men had for a con the New York fashion plates. Miss
knew him, and unless he is a man of seen to turn pale and began to bleed gressman was this : About 20,000 acres Mann is quite a success as a teacher, and
For doing right. The druggist who desires to
wide acquaintance he is likely to feel a
grow in the confidence of his neighbors has no
of the reservation yet remains unallotted. her friends are pleased to learn of her
thrill of pride at being the object of so was immediately summoned, but the Several children have lieeu Isirn since promotion, but have no idea that she
other safe and sure way open to him. We sim
the former allotment, and the parents will find Unalasha a pleasant place to
ply solicit your patronage on the grounds of
A peep into the press clipping bureau |>ost mortem held but the supposition re have l>een wistfully dreaming of the live. She is at present spending a few
pure drugs, rightly handled, at fair prices. On
would dispel ’he illusion. He would
time when the unallotted portion would days in thia city.
find a man busy clipping marriage no
this basis we have grown; on this basis we will
lie divided in severalty. The land is
A Word to Itlothen.
tices out of the daily papers, and another
"Our baby was sick for a month with
continue to grow. We are in business to make
rough, but contains some good timber
inclosing these in envelopes and address
cough and catarrhal fever. Al
land. As Mr. Tongue aptly states it, the
money, but know full well that we must earn
ing them to insurance agents, merchants croup or a severe cold need not hesitate ’ red men are like some sons of rich par though we tried many remedies she kept
your confidence before we can get your patron
and railroad men. The insurance man to administer Chamlrerlain’s cough i ents, always waiting and longing for the getting worse until we need One Minute
works on the principle that it is a good remedy. It contains no opiate nor nar time when their [»ortion of the inheri Cough Cure,—it relieved at once and
time to "work a man” when he gets cotic in any form and may be given as tance shall fall due, and never amount cured her in a few days.’’ B. L. Nance,
married ; the clothier has an eye out for confidently to the babe as to an adult. ing to anything till they receive it, spend ; Prin. High School, Bluffdale, Texas.
ROGERS BROS.’ Pioneer Pharmacists.
The great success that has attended its
business, and the railroad man ho|«s to'
use in the treatment of colds and croup - it, and are forced to rely upon their own
eell a tit ket for a honeymoon trip.
has won for it the approval and praise it
Women sometimes over-estimate the
For mairiages, births and deaths, there
has received throughout the United view that as long as Poor Lo knows that power a pretty girl has on a man. A
is a list of regular subscribers, so every
States and in many foreign lands. For this land is to be hie. he will be lees Salem woman, finding that she would
inau gets attention at least three times
self-dependent than be will be after it is be late with her di.mer,called toa pretty
sale by 8. Howorlh A Co., Druggists.
in his life through the agency of the
given to him fully ami finally, and be neighbor girl to come over and talk to
clipping bureau, if in no other way.
The big evaporating plant of D. A. has either t>een privileged to squander
It is another very strong evidence, Snyder, at Dayton, has been started up. it or learns to recognize it as hie sole | her men folks while she got it ready,
too, of the jower cf advertising, and Mr. Snyder recently received a letter stock in trade. For this reason Mr, j The pretty girl came and talked her best,
proves that the man who ignores the from W. 8. Brackett, of the Northern Tongue favors the disposition of the un but all the men folks quarreled with her
i before dinner was on the table, and
“DeWitt’» Little Early Risers did me newspapers in telling of his business, is Idaho Exploring Expedition Company, allotted land as prayed for.
haven’t spoken to her since.
more good than all blood medicines and
of Grangeville, Idaho, who says that the
He learned during the vieit that the
Tomorrow afternoon the sun will reach
other pills,” writes Geo. H. Jacobs, of the shekels
product turned out by the Yambill evap Grand Ronders are probably the best
equator and the summer season will
Thompson, Conn. Prompt, pleasant,
orator is superior to that from any other farmers of all the Indians in the entire
The New Home and Climax sewing
be over, giving place to autumn.
never gripe,—they core constipation,
part of the world. The plant gives em west, and there isn’t a blanket Indian
arouse the torpid liver to action and give machines, needles and extras at C. Grie ployment to a number of Dayton people, among them. He secured a picture of •lelt Heedaehe ■b«»lw«aly aad
yon clean blood, steady nerves, a clear
and is a large factor in the support of ■ some grand neices of Gen. Phil Sheridan, permanently cured by using Moki Tea A
brain ami a healthv appetite. Rogers
and smiled blandly as he spoke of the pleaaaot herb drink. Cures constipation
historic interest that would cluster about and indigestion, makes you eat, sleep,
Bear« th« signature of C has . H. Fr.STCKm.
Yon can get a complete set of abstract
See notice of public sale of Henry Ga the photo as he exhibits it to his col I work and happy. Satisfaction guaranteed
la use for more than thirty years, and
| blanks at the Reporter office.
briel in the advertising columns.
leagues at Washington, particularly some or money back. 25 A 50cto. Rogers Bros.
TAe ATM >'«■ Havt Ahreji BonfU.
The New Grocery Firm of Warren & Son ;
Tieiv Jail tftoek
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