The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, September 22, 1899, Image 5

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BANKING
LOCAL NEWS.
Daaa a Balky Flaw Pall aa tf*** **
a Walking Flaw?
F W. Spencer, lhe implement
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
say« it pulle easier. If yon will come
Young mare for eale cheap. A. E. C ook . town Saturday, Sept. 30tb, he will prove
SEVEN DAYS
Milo Bond l>a6 built an addition to his it to you. Test will be made at 1 p. tn.,
near town.
40-2
residence.
SPECIAL SALE!
New fern cutler«, a late invention, just
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
—McMinn vllle, Oro«on.—
received and for sale by F. W. Spencer.
Paid up Capital, «.50,000 Fred Nelson is moving this week to For school booksand tablets C. Grissen
*
See Odell A Wood's hop books. Hop
Surplus 910,000.
the farm three miles west of town.
Transacts a General Baukiug Busiuess.
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Wanted—To secure the rental of s insurance.
We shall inaugurate the fall campaign with a grand Seven-Day Special Sale,
Ed
Sutherland
is
laid
oil'
with
blood
good piano. Address “8,” Reporter.
Office Hours 9 a. ni. to t p. m.
poisoning
of
the
hand.
beginning
Saturday, Sept. i6th, and closing Saturday, Sept. 23d. You all re­
Miss Jennie C. Anderson of R. Jacob­
LEE LAUÜHLIN, President.
Best walking and riding plows in the
member tlie remarkable success of our Spring Opening Sale. We are fully deter­
son A Co.’»store, visited her home in
J L. ROCiERS, Vice-President.
market for sale by F. W. Spencer.
Salem ou Sunday.
mined that this sale shall eclipse all former efforts, and some remarkable bargains
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
A complete history of the late Spanish
W. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier.
Make your wife happy by getting her
will be offered from all departments of our house. Prices good only on day ad­
one of those wire washboards at the American war for sale at C. Grissen’s.
vertised. Don’t miss a day, else you will be the loser.
McMinnville fence works.
F. W. Sjiencer still lias left a few
PHYSICIANS
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Ed Tyler is home from his hunt in the bargains in buggies and carriages.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 16.
Men, the #3 sort, to-day
b^iys
£ALBREATH & GOUCHER,
Cascades. His trusty gun brought down
For ammunition, Ashing tackle and
them.
loo
Pressed
Cotton
Comforters,
Silk-
all manner of camp supplies, consult > <
thirteen deer and one cougar.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20.
olein covered, never sold less than
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>2.50, price.................................. fi.39
Hop pickers, buy your Groceries and Hodson.
100 fine Satteen covered Sofa Pillows
supplies at Dresser & Hendrick’«, the
Mrs. R. W. Phillips of Whiteson was ■7 >> 1 case Boys’ Heavy School Hose,
with fine filling, regular price 75c,
sizes
6
to
10,
never
sold
less
than
best and cheapest place in town.
an ntteudant at the state fair the past
today............................................... 39C
20c, any size this day.................... 1 toc
(Office over Braly’s Bunk.)
75 Mens’ Gray Covert Mackintoshes
200 prs cotton Blankets, gray, vicu­
Miss Bena Snelling has returned home week.
M c M innville
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•
O reoon .
with check lining, silk velvet col­
na and white, choice per pair.... 39e
Mrs. W. II. Bingham in visiting her
from North Yakima, where she has
lar, we sold them last year at >5.
1
case
choice
dark
colored
Outing
spent the summer.
son in Salem, and attending the Metho­
today............................................... 2.69
Flannel, regular 8', cent goods,
QOOK & CABLE,
20 doz. fine Vicuna Stripe Men’s wool
choice this day.............................. Se
Emerson A Milton pianos, Kim- dist conference.
Shirts and Drawers, they sell oth­
20 pcs 19-incli China Silks, in colors
Franklin Stout and daughters Jessie
ball organs; bottom prices and easy
er tlays at $1, today ...................... 69c
pink, blue, Nile, cream, lavender
and I>elia are attending the Methodist
terms at C. Grissen’s.
37-8
■ Ladies' Outing Flannel Night
red, all pure silk, per yard........... 23c
Dresses, the ft.75 sort, today....... 1.00
150 Boys' Suits worth up to #3,choice 1 t.69
There is talk of reviving the choral conference at Salem.
200 pairs of Ladies' Fine Vici Kid
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
Mrs. Hugh Collard, nee Miss Jennie
union by seeming the services of Prof.
THURSDAY, SEPT. 21.
Shoes in all widths and styles, in
M c M innville ,
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O regon . Ginn of Salem.
Sharp, of St. James, Minn., is hereon a
A gala dress goods day, two great
plain and vesting tops, made by
lots, 50 pcs new Fall Fabrics in
the best makers in the world, rec­
The U. 8. A. axe, the best and cheap­ visit to her parents and other relatives.
each lot. The first includes plaid
ognized value $2 50, 2.75 and >3.
est
warranted
axe
in
the
market.
For
Miss Lena V. Tawney, teacher of
mixtures and plain goods worth
PHOTOGRAPHER.
choice .......................................... 1.98
up to 65c, choice............................ 39e
sale by Hodson.
piano and organ. Studio at residence for-
MONDAY,
SEPT.
18.
Lot 2—In this lot will be found some
I N. HOBBS,
Corporal A. E. Lambert of Dayton has meily occupied by Mr. E. F. Sutherland.
of the choicest fabrics of the sea­
25 prs California fast wool blankets,
enrolled as a student of McMinnville
son, including a fine line of 44-in
The gain in membership of the Metho­
in
Vicutia
and
navy
blue,
worth
wool Coverts, fine all wool black
college.
High-Class Photography
dist church in this city the past year is
regular $4.25. choice per pr ....... 2 98
goods, novelty goods, many worth
All those knowing themselves indebt­ reported as 31. This is a good showing.
50 pcs regular 25. 35 and 40c dress
up to fi per yard, choice this day
a Specialty.
goods in 40 and 42-in, plain colors
ed to S. Howorth A Co. please call and
only.................................................. 49e
The marriage of Richard Ekstein and
mixed
and
brocades,
all
the
colors
] am located next <loor to R. M. Wade A Co., settle.
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and am here to do good work and give satisfac­
FRIDAY, SEPT. 22.
100 pr Boys’ knee Pants, all ages. . . .
and Mies Delia Caplan of Portland is to
tion. Terms reasonable.
250 Utica mills 72 by 90 inch Bed
Mrs. IL L. Boardman is enjoying a occur soon. The parties are announced
450 manufacturers’ Lace Curtain
Sheets, all made and ready to use,
samples, no two alike. You'll have
visit from her sister«, Misses Cecile and to be at home Sept. 23d.
choice..................... ;.................. . . 43e
to be on hand early in the morning
MEAT MARKETS
Benetta Dorris, of Eugene.
350 Utica mills, 45 by 36 ready-made
to get anv of them. You all know
J. IL Jordan, a former printer with
Pillow Cases, each only .............. I2C
Miss Hale and Mrs. Warren are spend­ the Telephone-Register, now of the Ore­
how people scramble for them.
p STREET MEAT MARKET,
72 Men’s Fine Pure Wool Suits, ran­
Choice, each................ .................. 25C
ing the week iu Portland, preparatory to gonian composing force, visited in the
dom pick from our New Fall Stock
the fall millinery opening, Saturday, city this week.
SATURDAY, SEPT. 23.
worth $9 50, 8.50 and 7.50, choice 6.98
Reynolds & Bond, Prop’s.
Sept. 30th, 1899.
125
Suits
Men’s Fine Clothing and
Consult Hodson before you buy a new
TUESDAY, SEPT. 19.
. Overcoats, a choice collection of
You will find the largest and most camera. He has the very best photo­
Fresh and salt meats and sausages of all
our new full arrivals, including
kinds constantly in stock. Cash paid for complete stock of crockery and glass-
50 pcs choice English Outing Flan­
graphic supplies of all kinds, at most
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds
fine Meltons, Sergesand Worsteds,
nels,
the
cream
of
the
fall
pur
­
ware in the county at Dresser A Hen­ reasonable rates.
of fat stock.
many ill the line worth up to
Ji
chase, 50 styles to select from, reg­
f 16.50, some f 15, none less than
drick’s.
ular I2’.2 cash goods, choice this
Dr. and Mrs. G. W. Grannie, Mr. and
$12.50. You can take
day
.................................. 7' ,c
j^ATTHIES & BOOTH,
Dairymen can find tlie best and latest Mrs. F. 8. Harding and Mr. and Mrs.
Four Pick today for an even $10.
8
doz
Roys
’
Fine
Wool
Knee
Pants,
improved cream separators—warranted C. F. Mills are attending the Methodist
Proprietors of
double seat and knee, the kind
40 doz of our New La Triumph Kid
to gather all the cream in forty minutes— conference in Salem.
that sell from 75c to $ 1, choice
50c
Glove, in all the new fall color­
at F. W. Spencer’s.
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150 Men's and Boys' Double Tester
ings. They are the acme of per­
Opening of pattern hats at Mark Sis-
Mackintoshes in navy blue serge
fection in kids. Every pair guar­
Walter Hembree and Lester Vanetta ters’ Saturday, Sept. 30th. See their
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
—they were never shown before less
anteed. You can buy no better
left last Saturday for a hunt in the Cas­ complete line of fall millinery at lowest
than $2.75—this day...................
glove at any price. Today, and
South Hide Third St. between B and C.
cade mountains. Miss Edith Percival is prices.
160 prs Snow’s celebrated Shoes for
this one day only, per pr
40-2
assisting Miss Hembree in the book
Capt. II. L. Heath left on Tuesday for
PRODUCE MARKET.
store.
Mount Clemens, Mich., hie former home,
Prof. Geo. A. Prentiss will begin teach­ to look after some business interests
0 STREET PRODUCE HARKET,
ing the Jefferson school on Oct. 2d. Hi» that needed his personal attention.
family will move over as soon a» a desir­
Farmers should keep their butter
C. F. Daniels, Prop.
able residence can lie obtained, thero be­
ing no vacant dwellings at the present w rapped in nice paper designed for the
purpose. The Reporter office sells it at a
Cash paid for Poultry and Country Produce. time.
Hides and Tallow bought. Hay, Oats, Millfeed.
Wheat 50c, oats 38c, baled hay, oat» remarkably low figure.
Oil Meal. Flaxseed and Bee Supplies of all
kinds kept on hand.
Lust—On I street, Sept. Tu., a package
and cheat |7, poultry $2 to $3.00 per doz,
Finder
pork, dressed 5c, live 3*2c, bran 85c per containing a pair of shoes.
BARBERS.
100 lbs, flour 75c a sack, potatoes lj^c a please return to this office and receive
pound, prunes 8c, beef $2.25 to $3.25 per reward.
yy H. LOGAN,
100; butter 25c@30, eggs 16c.
Hodson has the latest improved camp
Miss Lillie Newgard of this city was stove. Also tents for sale or rent. Call
250 Youths’ Suits
recentlj- married to Mr. C. W. Lowe at and investigate before you go to the
From $3.50 to $10.
I am located opposite Burns A Daniels and alm Vancouver, by Justice John H. Elwell, mountains or seashore.
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to give all customers good treatment lor little
All Styles.
and
they
have
established
their
home
in
The
body
of
Pauline
M.
Smith,
an
ac
­
money. Bath rooms iu connection. Your pat­
ronage solicited.
East Portland. No cards were »ent, and count of whose death at San Francisco
300 Men’s Suits from
onlj- a few friends were present. Mr. the week previous was reported last
175 Vestee Suits for boys.
$5.50 to $12.50, all the
Lowe is a genera! expressman.
HARNESS
week, was brought to McMinnville last
styles.
Made by J.
For the sake of news solely, The Re- Saturday for burial. The mother, hus­
From $1 to $4.50 each.
J2LSIA WRIGHT,
porter records the fact that I. N. Ed- band and several brothers of deceased
Capps & Son. The best
Manufactures and Deals tn
miston of Happy Valley suffered the loss accompanied the body to this city. Wm.
fitting suit 011 the mar­
by theft, one night last week, of 16 sacks Holl of Portland was also present.
ket.
of wheat from his barn, and not that we
A hole in the walk in front of Union
are proud that such people live within block caused by a decayed board was
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
one hundred miles of us. The tracing patched up by the substitution of a new
300 Reefer Suits for boys
•.nd brushes, and’sells them cheaper than they
from 75c to $5.50 each,
can be bought anywhere else in the* Willamette of the guilty parties would be a mighty board, but not before it had occasioned
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are good job for a grand jury.
comment on bow much more ornamental
double knee and seat.
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
The river was turned through the locks and durable a continuation of the con­
on the Yamhill last Tuesday, and now crete pavement out to the corner would
DRAYMEN
the work on the permanent dam, which be.
is well under way at one end, will
gROWER & SON,
Street Commissioner Pool last Monday-
Now Ready For Inspection.
be pushed to completion. The gates removed the arch at the intersection of
McHINNVILLE
have been properly adjusted, and the Third and D streets, erected to do duty
valves put in place, miter sills fitted and i at the G. A. R. encampment held here
Call and examine our Large Stock. We have some­
the finishing tcuche« put on the lock last June. Somehow or other the old
thing
to tell the ladies of, next time.
Goods of »11 descriptions moved, »nd careful itself. Piles for the shore end of the
structure had outlived its usefulness,
fcatilUJusE'iaruiiteed. Collactiona will be made
permanent dam and for the revetment although it had served the double pur­
monthly. Hauling of all kinds done cheap
to protect the shore above and lrelow the pose of welcoming the G. A. R. annual
dam are already driven and everything encampment, and the return of Company
CONVEYANCER.
is now in sha|>e for proeecuting the work A, Second Oregon Volunteers, from Ma­
of completing the lo< ks and dam with nila.
E. McKERN
dispatch.
CHAS. P. NELSON, Manager.
Continued had weather last spring
A law was passed last Febitiary by prevented some of the farmers from
the legislature of Oregon for the extir- sowing their oatfields until late in the
patiou of Russian, Canada and Chinese season. Then it seemed' as though the
thistles. It makes it the duty of road crop would fail, for the tender plants
NORTH YAMHILL, OR.
supervisors to eradicate them w herever failed to get a good start l>efore the sum­
Legal papers written an<i acknowledgements found, and they are empowered to enter mer heat came on.
But the August
We are prepared to furnish cook wag­
taken.
upon land whose owner refuse« to de­ ruins which discolored the early oats
ons and hopyards out complete. Grocer­
stroy these weeds and exterminate them, proved the salvation of those late-sown,
ies, bread, dishes and vegetables. Make
and the cost thereof may be docketed and biought tI k m into a condition for a
ATTORNEY.
against the land and liecome in six good yield. Mr. Jacob Wortman took a your list and get our price«. We can
But the place for real intrinsic
save yon money if given a chance.
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months a lein taking priority to every­ trip out towaid the foothills last Mon­
L. CONNER,
J. P. I rvine A S on .
values is at
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thing except taxes. Judge Bird now
day, and he tells The Re;>orter that tie
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has at his office a specimen of the Chi­ reapers were busy taking care of a prom­
fare a «aid in One Day.
nese thistle, brought in by Mr. Earhart ising late oatcrop throughout the section
Take
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
from the vicinity of Lafayette. It grows which he visited.
All druggists refund money if it fails to
very tall and rank, and there is said to
cure. The genuine has L. B. Q. on each
be considerable of it in certain localities.
Fruit Jan at tail.
Office rooms 9 and 10, Union Block.
tablet. For Bale by Roger« Bros. 46tn6
Supervisor« «nd others should acquaint
Be sure and gee their Large Line of
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We will cluse out oar large stock of
Mcninnville,
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Oregon themselves with the weed, and prepare
New Goods arriving from New York,
CASTORIA
fruit jars at cost Ixxjk at our price« .
for warfare. The Judge desire« Rome gallon jars, 65c per doz; quart jtr«, 50c
which is the fountain head of bargains.
Bears the »ignatureof Caaa. H. PiwTcwaa.
one who is familiar with the Russian per doz. ¡pint jar«, 40c per doz.; jelly
In uae for more than thirty years, and
Don’t forget about those Star 5
thistle to bring in a specimen. This glasses, 30c per de«.
The Kind I om Itavi Alwajl Ponghi.
Shoe«
thistle belongs to the salsola or goose­
Best Brick In City.
J. P. I rvine A S on .
foot family of plants, and grows generally
Thr Mt. Charles Alare
Third BL, Cor. Flanders, PORTLAND, OR.
in «airy
salty soil.
roil, Its leaves resemble the
lahmMr Property tannd.
Wants lOOO dozen chickens and 18'XM)
AMERICAN PLAN
r ose foot.
Near Lincoln, a lady'« hand bag con­ dozen eggs at once. Cash paid on de-
N. E. K eoo .
taining valuable property, Owner can livery,
CASTORIA
Hotel complete with Electric Light., Bells,
Steam He»t, B»tli Room on each floor. Elevat
Bears
the
signature
of
Coxa.
H
Ftrrcwaa.
have
same
by
calling
al
my
resilience
at
or for accommodation of meets. Kate. 11 to
11.25 per'lav, »'■corttinR to room. Meals 25c. | In use for more than thirty years, and
Wheatland. Oregon, and proving proper­
Prof. E. V. Littlefield «nd J. P Irvine
Free bus to and from all train«.
7»<- A*rW >®« Han Alwajt UnfU.
J. R. F orrest . ' were «tate lair visitors on Wednesday.
ty.
E. SANDERS, Manager. 1
No
3*6?
HieaG® ^S t 0 re
N1IV1LLE
National Bank
A HUMMER FOR A STARTER !
Physicians
and Surgeons.
Physicians
and Surgeons.
CITY MARKET.
zfeiP /all yeeds at grange dtcre
FOR MEN AND BOYS.
-: BARBER
HARNESS,
Our Fall Hats & Shoes
Truck and Dray Co.
McMinnville Grange & Farmers Go
Notary Public and
Conveyancer
Calk Hbout Diamonds
THE RACKET STORE»
Attorney and
Notary Public
HOTEL
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BREWSTER
H.MILLS & SON. »
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