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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 27, 1899)
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
The Reporter’s Bargain Column.
For school books and tablets C. Grissen
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
Deputy Sheriff E. R. Henderson was a
We Want Heads...
Young mare for sale cheap. A. E. C ook . Portland visitor during the week.
Beat walking and riding plows in the
A good cow for eale. Inquire of A.
of Indies to wear our rich Autumn milli
nery, which comprise« all the newest cre
market for sale by F. W. S|>encer.
ations of the fashion world. Special: Street
N. S. Arnold of Aberdeen, Wash., is
liats dec toll ,u>—regular »1 00 to,IJ>O values.
Moat complete stock ot trimmed hats and
visiting his sister, Mrs. M. Underwood. the least money is at Warren <!t Son's.
millinery in town. Ribbons worth 23cto
Paid up Capital, $50,000 John Redmond, who bought the Smith
The college gymnasium has been
350, special at 15c a yard.
residence, is moving into town from his
MISS EVA MARTIN.
Transacts a Ueueral Bunking Business.
We have opened up another great lot of new
Bargains! Bargains! In buggies and
New fern cutters, a late invention, just
the past week.
Our rapidly increasing
Office Hour» 9 a. in. to 1 p. m.
received ami fur sale by F. W. Spencer. surreys at C. D. Johnson's. Call and see
touch with the Eastern
I*r. Clare Brown of Independence was him.
LEE LAVUHL1N, President.
Those who have not visited the expo
visiting with hia uncle, Dr. Calbreath,
J. L. ROGERS. Vice-President.
rich gloss finish that characterizes perfect
sition at Portland should remember that
during the week.
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
laundry work. Our plain work Is washed by
W. S. EINK, Assistant Cashier.
a process that makes the clothes healthy to
Flows and harrows cheap for cash. it will close Saturday.
wear and tar superiur to < bínese methods of
Mrs. J. A Powell of Canyon City,
Hodson is selling them.
laundrying. Send in a trial order and be
convinced. Prices reasonable.
MCMINNVILLE STEAM LAUNDRY.
Tbos. Warren went to Portland this
week to take part in the military dis relatives at North Yamhill.
£ALBREATH A GOUCHER,
nearly as soon as they are shown in the Eastern
There have been more U. S. A. double They All Love It
play given by the boys of the Oregon
and single axes sold than any other.
The young laities and the elderly ladies; the
babies and the children. Il's a beauty to
Camera and photograph supplies for Cause: Fully warranted. Hodson sells
\\ e’ve opened up 50 dozen more of those fa
look upon, a revelation to the ear, and the
all cheap at Hodson’s.
biggest bargain ever offered for the money,
J. E. Durham went to Portland Mon
(Office ovfir Braly's Bank.)
is the MILTON PIANO sold by C. Orlssen
A carload on the way.
to consult a specialist in regard to horse blankets just received by A. D.
M c M innvillb
O regon .
Six sold recently.
an annoying attack of asthma.
Lester Hodson of Portland came up
C. GRISSEN for terms.
Emerson & Milton pianos, Kim
£00K & CABLE,
ball organs; bottom prices and easy
his relatives in this city.
terms at C. Griesen’s.
They are the Acme of Perfection; we fit them
Quickly euro constipation and rebuild
I all sown grain throughout the country
you wait, and guarantee every pair.
is getting a good growth, and farmers and invigorate the entire system—never
Umbrellas at fl.25—worth |2.00.
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
Ladies’ Capes and Jackets from $1.25 to $13,50.
believe that it is lookii g better than for
Risers. Rogers Bros.
Shoes for winter wear at reduced prices.
M c M innvillb ,
O regon . many years at this time of the year.
Jetted Elastic Belts,
8 lbs of good coffee for $1 00.
F. W. Talbot, formerly of Sheridan,
Don't wait but call and examine J. P.
Schilling’s coffee 25c tb. Golden Gate Baking
has returned after an absence of several
Cut Steel Belt Buckles,
Powder 40c per tb, at the
Irvine & Son's dishes and glassware, as
years. lie spent one summer in the
GRANGE A- FARMERS CO S. STORE,
it all goes at actual cost.
Fascinators, Wool Shawls,
Late rains have caused the waters in
A E. McKERN
F. IV. Spencer still has left a few We Want Every Wife
the Yamhill to rise several feet, but no
bargains in buggies and carriages. tf
and lots of little fixings have been opened up with
wheat boats have whistled yet at the
Wm. Lambert of the McMinnville
in the past few days.
To inspect our handsome display of crock
steam laundry is an expansionist, and
ery and glassware. We are receiving new
William J. Dodson came home from
goods constantly, and carry a large assort
receives orders from all Neighboring
Silver Star, Montana, last week, on ac
ment of Dresden china, and Theo Haviland
NORTH YAMHILL, OR.
towns, and even as far away as Cor
French ware. Also largest and best stock
count of the serious illness of his brother
oi lamps in county. Choice Groceries.
Legal papers written and acknowledgements
With an attachment for bicycles Chase A Sanborn DRES8ER A HENDRICK.
Dairymen can find the best and latest
Seal brand coffee, 2 cans 75c.
whereby one is enabled to use both rails
improved cream separators—warranted
of a railroad track for a path, Joe Fellner
to gather all tbo cream in forty minutes—
of this city claims to have ridden to A Dream of Perfection....
at F. W. Spencer’s.
Portland in 2:15 last Monday.
Our PANETELLA 5c cigar is equal to any
The Indies of the G. A. R. will meet at
Tbo commission which was authorized
body’s best. Patronize home Industry and
the residence of Mrs. Wm. Delay, on by the states of Oregon and Washington
get something choice. Largest stock of
ilie 1st and 3d Saturday s of each month,
pipes and smokers’ goods in town.
to determine the state boundary has
at 2 o’clock p. m.
WIESNER & EKSTFIN.
commenced its labors.
If you want a fine umbrella for your which it has to determine and report The Panetella is for sale Opposite
by all local dealers.
sell or a present you can get it at Wm. upon to the legislatures of the two states
Oflic® rooms 9 and 10, Union Block.
F. Dielschneider's, the jeweler. A hand is an important one and should have
You Hay Be a Hard One
Oregon some new line.
been settled long ago.
Dr. Calbreath having tendered his
Duncan Harris arrived home Saturday
resignation as examining physician for evening, after an absence of five years in
But we’ll venture you are not too hard a
the pension board, a petition is being the naval service on the Petrel in the
subject for a satisfactory photo if you
bring your face to
circulated asking for the appointment of fleet of Admiral Dewey.
| N. HOBBS,
He is looking
The leading photographer.
Dr. Smith of Sheridan.
well, and was pleased to get borne, but Come in early for orders for Holiday season.
There are numerous inquiries for resi saddened indeed to find no mother here
dence property by people outside of Mc to welcome him. At the present writing Without a Peer : ;
Minnville, who desire to make homes he is visiting Chas. Chaney at Amity.
That's our Gambrinus beer. And judges
* I am located next door to R. M. Wade A Co., here.
Mr. Oilell, the real estate man,
Died—At the residence of his son, W.
of good liquor say ourCyrusNoblelsabout
and am here to do good work and give satisfac
tion. Terms reasonable.
E. llcckart, in Happy valley, Octobei
the right stuff.
is interested in seeing the population 18tli, 1899, Michael Heckart, aged 84 Finest brand of
T. A. M c C ourt , Propr.
years. Death was due to old age. Bur foreign and domestic wines, liquors and cigars
BOOT AND SHOE MAKER.
Wm. Willis of Whiteson who was a ial was made in Happy valley cemetery
caller at The Reporter office this week, on Friday, the 20th. Deceased leaves We are Engaged
J L. BALLARD,
stated that the late stormy weather came four children, two in Oregon, one in
In putting down liquor. Come and help
us. Our brands are above par.
on before the potato harvest, therefore if California, and a daughter, Mrs. H. W.
Footwear Made to Order. it should continue, there would consid Phipps, of Slelbvville, Missouri.
Wholesale dealer in Swiss and Lim burger cheese.
I have established a new shop in the McMinn
Mr. Dailey, a Salem fruit dealer, is
ville hotel building, and am prepared to do
Jas. Fletcher and Mrs. E'cner Bosom very much encouraged about the pros
prompt and aatisfactory work. Fine stock of Kip
Crockery anil glassware at coat at
Leather. Repairing promptly and neatly done. worth were married in this city last pects for the fruit business of the Will
Give me a call.
Tuesday, at the residence of the groom, amette valley.
He says the growers
A fresh barrel of Cape Cod cranberries
Justice Snyder officiating. The wedding have learned how to cultivate their trees
was quite a surprise, “ Uncle Jimmy,” in the best manner, and how to cure at Warren & Son’s.
In all the latest designs and patterns.
A fresh lot of spices, ground and whole,
having kept his friends in ignorance of their fruit for the market. Oregon
Q STREET MEAT MARKET,
his serious intentions.
prunes have gained a reputation that just receive«! at Warren A Son’s.
will stand the growers well in hand in
Landlord DuBois and Attorneyz-Taff
Reynolds & Bond, Prop’s.
visited Portland during the week.
scape in the eastern portion of the state the future.
Fresh and salt meats and sausages of all thefaimerof the Willimette valley is
The report of the Portland Genera)
C. F. Mills received a visit during the
kinds constantly in stock.
Cn>h paid for
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds content to dodge the raindrops while he Electric Co., of the business done at the week from his cousin, Dr. Earnest Mills,
Our first season in this line, and all new and very
of fat slock.
does the “chores” in a land where cli Oregon City locks during the three of Illinois.
latest styles, ranging in price from $1.25 to $16.50.
matic conditions are favorable t3 bis months ending September 30th, was
For sale—A good horse—good any
^ATTHIES & CO.,
prosperity and comfort.
filed in the office of Gov. T. T. Geer where—weight about 1000, for $35.
McMinnville has been chosen as the Tuesdnv. The report shows that four
F. IL B arnhart .
place of meeting of the state band asso teen steamers and eleven barges have
Mrs. Wm. Dawson of Monmouth is
ciation next year. I). W. Feeley was pass« d through the locks during the visiting with her daughter Mrs. C. I).
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds elected president at the annual tourna quarter, making a total of 533 trips. Johnson.
For Ladies, Misses, Children, Boys and Men. We
ment last summer, at Albany, and The boats carried on these various pas
South side Third 8t. between B and C.
have the largest stock of Boots and Shoes in Yamhill
through his influence the next meeting sages 13,1,32 passengers, 270 head of live
and offer yon the best values for the price.
stock and 5,513 tons of freight.
has been slated for this city.
evening. The program will be interest
I Lu i ey Bogue of this city should live ing.
A good-sized audience assembled at
the college chapel last Saturday evening to see the loi ks at Lafayette completed
The Bankers' Life Association of I)cs
0 STREET PRODUCE HARKET,
to enj iy the entertainment given by the if the longevity of his family is trans-
Moines, Iowa, will give you protection
Owing to the
cheaper than fraternal organizations, and
C. F. Daniels, Prop.
illness of Allie Williams, who had a at the age of 92, leaving ten boys and
Our line of Boys and Men’s ready-made clothing is
more substantial. It has a guarantee
leading part, the entire program was
and we can give you the best values ever
Cash paid for Poultry and Country Produce. not given, but the musical portion was the age of 63, and the oldest 84.
Hides and Tallow bought. Hay, Oat*. Millfeed,
have an immense line of
For particulars inquire of O. L. C lark .
Oil Meal. Flaxseed and Bee Supplies of. all said to have been very creditable.
A first-class, fresh, registered thorough
kinds kept on band.
Rev. W. A. Lindsay and wife, and residents of Yamhill county, while the
bred Jersey cow for sale at a bargain.
their daughter and her husband, Dr. and balance of them are enjoying good health
For particulars inquire at the farm of Furnishing Goods, Hats & CapsRubbers, Mackintoslies,
Mrs. Chas. Browq, are expected to nr in the state of Illinois.
Denny, one mile east ot Lafayette.
The dynamo at the city’s light and I
rive on the evening train Saturday,
yy H. LOGAN,
to the failure of the electric
when n reception will be tendered them
at the Christian ehnri-h at 8 o’clock. A day night, ar.d once more the old oil J lights, the pastor of the Baptist church
general invitation is extended to all lamp« had to l>e resurrected and trimmed announces that the Sunday evening
Come and examine our goods before making your fall
services will be held in the lecture room
I am located opposite Burns A Daniels and aim friends to attend. Among other things up ready for glimmering. It has become
to give all customers good treatment for little on the-program, T>r. I’.rown will sirg a apparent that the old dynamo is inade-| of the church, an«l he extends a cordial purchases.
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat
quate tn perform the service expected of, invitation to everyone to attend.
The members of the late Second Ore it. I beret«, re the < on mil will no doubt in
A Bargain for Teachers.
gon regiment are in Portland forming stall a t ew ami more jiowerful dynamo. ! School teachers should be up-to-date
an organization with a most beneficent That they might l-e able to obtain a more . people on current news in their county,
purpose in view—that of being prepared, dear expression from the citizens and : state an«i nation. To this en«l The Re
CHAS. P. NELSON, Manager.
Manufactures and Deals in
at short notice, to succor any of their taxpayer« in regalU to making the pur porter has made a clubbing rate for their
late lomrades who may meet with re
benefit with the Oregon Teachers’ Month
verses or I*» in distress. The boys in Tinirsdiiy evening. Owing to the early j ly. This is the only educational journal,
Cure a < eld In One Day.
The R kportkr nn«l Weekly Oregonian
tend to be prepared for all emergencies,
of general circulation, published in Ore
SADDLES. BRIDLES. SPCDS.
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. one vear for $2, strictly in advance.
and to have funds on hand to meet
gon. It is the official organ of tbe state
wE*’.brushes, and aella them cheaper than they
I board of education. It is recognized by All druggists refund money if it fails to
Come to The Reporter office for type
c»’'be bought anywhere else in tne Willamette them.
core. The genuine has L. B Q. on each
Va -ey. Our all home made sets of harness are
eastern school journals as the leading tablet. For sale by Rogers Bros. 46m6 writer papers. I .egal and letter sizes.
“I w ish to express my thanks to the
Waiiltdfn f rH<1r.
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic,
A piano or ergan for a »letirable rem-1 school journal published on tbe Pacific
Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy, for hav deuce lot in M< Minnvifle. Inquire of coast. It is being improved as fast as
ing put on the inarke* such a wonderful A. P. Vener, at the store of Chap. Grie- means will permit and tbe circulation is
Bears the signature of C has . H F lbtchkb .
medicine,” save W. W. Massingill, of f»en
la use for more than thirty yean, and
ßROWER & SON,
Its regular subscription price is $1 per
There are many
year. It can be obtained with The Re
thousands of mothers whose children
porter for the low price of $1.60 for the
The Ht. Charles Sture
have been saved from .attacks of dysen
two. In this rate teachers have one of
tery and cholera infantum who must Bear« the signature of C ha 5. H. FLrrein
Wants 1000 dozen chickens and 18.00
la uw for more than thirty year*, and
tbe best bargains in reading matter ever dozen eggs at once. Cash paid on rie-
*TR.«laof «11 description* moved. «nd rar-ftil also feel thankful. It is for sale by 8.
bw.Hl.iug guareiueed loliectiuns will be made Howortb A Co., druggists.
The Kind Y q * Havt Alwayt
N. E. Kzoa.
Monthly. Hauling of all kind* done cheep.
Novelties Upon Our Counters
La Triumph Kid Gloves.
Notary Public and
We’re Selling Gapes and Jackets
The Grange & Farmers Co.
Capes. Jackets, Collarettes
McMinnville Grange & Farmers Co.
Truck and Dray Co.