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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Feb. 23, 1900)
Entered at the Postoftieein McMinnville,
as Second-class matter.
AWAKENED INTEREST IN DAI
M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, FEB
Il 1« General, and the Soulliern
Pacific Offer» Aid.
Tlic Business Hiai .flakes Heady
money Is Going io Sidetrack
W heat and flop« Soniow hat.
The Kind You Have Always Bought, and which has been
iu use for over 30 years, has borne the signature of
— and lias been made under his pcr-
sonal supervision since its infancy.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Counterfeits, Imitations and Substitutes are but Ex
periments that trifle with and endanger the health of
Infants and Children—Experience against Experiment.
What is CASTOR!A
Castoria is a substitute for Castor Oil, Paregoric, Props
and Soothing? Syrups. it is Harmless and Pleasant. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor other Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee, It destroys Worms
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and Wiml
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Constipation
and Flatulency. It assimilates the Food, regulates the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy and natural sleep.
The Children’s Panacea—Tim Mother's Friend.
Bears the Signature of
T TffW fiROTMi 1 IWT « >
The Kind You Have Always Bought
In Use For Over 30 Years.
THE CENTAUR COMPANY, 77 MGI1RAY STREET, NEW YORK CITY
Jo Jo Jo So Jo jo Jo Jo jo Jo Jo Jo
J acob W ortman , Pres.
J ohn W ortman , Cashier.
Ho H endricks , Vice Pres.
A rthur M c P hillips , Asst. Cashier
The First National Bank
The Oldest Bank in Yamhill County. Established in 1885.
Capital and Surplus, $90,000.
Buys and sells exchange on all the principal cities of the United
States, and draws direct on all the principal points in Europe. The
accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited.
Of McMinnville, Oregon.
properly it takes time. It requires experience and
a complete knowledge of drugs. It requires the
druggist to have a large variety of drugs—fresh
drugs. He must give the best possible work and
for compensation he must be reasonable. With the
above facts remember we are careful and strive to
please one and all alike. These are reasons why our
prescription file thribbles all in this county. We
are recognized bv doctor and customer alike for be
ing accurate and dispensing onl\ the purest drugs.
ROGERS BROS.’ Pioneer Pharmacists.
Mitchell, Lewis AStaver
con PAN Y.
M c M innville ,
Will have samples of their
in about January 15th. Will be pleased to show
you the latest up-to-date wheel ever shown.
Investigate the merits of BRASS LINED
TUBING, in a moist climate wheie your bicycle
frame requires protection from rust on the inside
as well as on the outside.
Also carry a full line of FARM MACHINERY AND VEHICLES.
(J. S. BOOTH, Manager.
Take The Reporter and Get the News
L. S. Obve is reported as being quite
sick with the rheumatism.
Willie Goeser is reported as being
quite sick with a gathering in the head.
J. M. Bunn went to Portland Wednes
day morning to see his daughter Dora,
: who is at the hospital.
One Dollar if paid in advance, Singlenumber« five cents.
A bsolutely P ure
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
Theodore Ilauswirth left Monday
ROYAL BAKING PQWDFR CO
The Oregonian of Saturday has the moruing for Sumpter, where he goes to
following article on dairying in western I work at his trade of painting.
Oregon, the facts of which squarely hit
Mrs John Hutchcroft received a tele
llurmoiiN Near at Home.
A KOOY1 FOR K UNI) THIRD.
gram Monday morning that her son
J. W. Crawford, the new editor of
A feature of the recent meeting of the
Oregon Dairyman’s Association at Al Mark, who has been sick with the fever the Independence West Side, has his Some Building» to f.o I'p in Me.
.Tliiinville iu 1800.
bany was the address ofC. H. Markham, was not expected to live.
own ideas on Mormonism, and has
general freight and passenger agent of
A meeting of the stockholders of the
George T. Hutchcroft, who has not
the Southern Pacific lailroad, in which
the ability to express them in vigor
the support of that company was pledged been well for a long time, and who has ous language. A recent visit of two McMinnville Grange and Farmers Co.,
in which about fourteen-fifteenths of the
to the up-buildiug of the dairying in been gradually getting worse, was taken
dustry. Mr. Markham said that the to the hospital at Portland on Monday’s elders called forth the following ex stock was represented, was held in
company would provide facilities for the morning train.
Grange hall Wednesday morning to con
prompt handling of milk and for the
On Saturday last as we sat in our sider the proposition of Mr. H. C. Burns
marketing of butter and cheese. The
Bedford Laughlin, who has been stay
Southern Pacific is doing valuable mis ing with his father, Wm. Lauglilin, dur sanctum with ‘‘no malice on our to erect a large business block at corner
mind” and “no rutiles on our shirt,” of Third and B streets for the occupancy
sionary work in behalf ot the Willamette
valley, and is taking advantage of every ing the winter, left Thursday for Daw a pair of middle aged, ordinary look of this firm. His proposition to lease the
opportunity to attract newcomers. Just son, where he is largely interested in the ing, well dressed individuals entered
now it is seeking to interest the present mining business.
and handed us cards. One of those principal part of the ground floor of a
farming population of the valley in dairy
read, ‘’Elder Bertie Wm. Win building 60x80 feet for a period of five
Robert Hutchcroft left Monday morn
ing. The company takes the view that
Whitney, Idaho.” The other years, at a yearly rental of $600, was ac
if this industry is taken up and intelli ing for California, where he was called
cepted by more than a three-fourths
gently managed the entire state will be to the bedside of his wife, who has been card read, “’Elder Peter Nielsen,
benefited. Speaking about the advanta staying in California this winter for her Cleveland, Bancock county, Idaho.” vote, and with very little discussion.
These worthies (?) informed us that The work of erecting the building will
ges of dairying, yesterday, Mr. Marrk
1 health. At the present time she is re they were “ministers of the church
begin at an early date, and will be com
“The low price of grain, the high price ported as being very low.
of Christ, usually known as Latter pleted in time for the Grange store to
of stock and the certainty of a market
That settled it with move in during the mouth of September.
for all products at remunerative prices
us. Our business with them ended The upper story will probably be made
are having effect, and the farmers of the
then and there, even before it began,
Willamette valley are waking up.
Elder Cane was on the sick list a few and we so informed them. We have a public hall of good dimensions, and
have sent tons and tons of advertising days last week.
noticed in the public prints of the perhaps may be fitted for opera pur
matter east, filled with glowing des
Mrs. Frank Robinson has been one of day that whenever these wretched poses. The Grange people will have the
criptions of the valleys of western Ore
gon, but when we get prospective set the sick, but at present is convalescing. cankers on society make their appear use of the entire ground space west of
tlers to come, we are unable to show
ance in the southern states they are tlie building now occupied by Messrs.
Mrs. Clara Broadwell presented her
them that the people who are now here
notified to leave immediately, and if Mitchell, Lewis & Staver.
are doing anything.
With abundant husband last Thursday with a fine baby they refuse or neglect to depart
This fine improvement, coupled with
transportation facilities and low rates of boy.
without ceremony, are promptly a good building to be put up by Messrs.
freights and fares, the Willamette val
The Baptist people will commence a
ley gives the ■ transportation companies
Flynn A Murton, will be a great boom
ouly about one-third the business as, for series of protracted meetings the first them. If the southern people would for this particular locality.
confine all their lynchings to these
example, is given by the same number Monday in March,
of people of California.
miserable excrescences upon the re Furthermore, parties have in serious
The state superintendent of schools ligious world—these worse than lep contemplation the building of a good ho
“The first question that the prospect
ive settler asks is:
‘If you have such a will lecture here on the evening of the rous wolves in sheep’s clothing, the tel with 90 feet frontage on the Crawford
productive country, why don’t you pro 23d of this month.
civilized world would find less fault corner (the old Bettman stand.) Other
duce something besides grain and hops,
We unhesi new buildings are contemplated farther
Miss Ora Ladd, who has been spend with their hangings.
whichyou admit are selling for little more
than the cost of production.’
When ing the winter with her sister in Tacoma, tatingly advise the community to up Third street. This sort of public im
told that there is no other section of the returned to the parental roof last kick these lecherous outlaws out of provement means rapid growth for Mc
their houses as unceremoniously as
United States better adapted to dairying Wednesday,
than the Willamette valley, the settler
congress barred the doors against Minnville and the making of a bustling
naturally asks what have the farmers of
Elder Evans of Salem will preach at Roberts, who was considered too un town. Let every man who is liberal
the valley been doing all these years.
the Christian church all this week. The clean to be admitted to a seat among enough to invest his means in perma
’ “Now, there is no use of talking about
honorable men, even while his mis nent public improvement receive the en
What we ought to do, and elder is a forcible speaker and doubtless deeds were being passed upon. Sla couragement he deserves. That town
what I believe we will do, is to take on will have good audiences.
very and polygamy were, fifty years whose fraternal business spirit is alf*
new life. Every interest in the state; be
Prof. J. B. Long of this place is fast ago, denominated “The twin relics
right and whose business men pull to
it farming, railway, banking, mercantile
of barbarism,” and now that slavery gether on every new enterprise, is the
or professional, should take up this
Many people say the professor is has been abolished, polygamy stands
question of dairying and encourage the | er.
town that will receive the acquisition
industry until io years hence there will doing good among the sick, and attribute alone the only “relic of barbarism,”
not be a farm in western Oregon which some cures to him.
friendless, rotten, a burning disgrace and the confidence of people seekittjj a
is not within easy reach of a creamery.
The wild new location for investment and home
Rev. Williams, the pastor of the M. E. upon our civilization.
What has been done in other states can
who building. Let the good work go on.
be done here. The railroads will do church, occupied the pulpit at the Chris
their share of the work, and if the farm tian church last Friday night. This is will not harm a hair of your head if
Columbu* School Note*.
you will deliver your money to him,
ers, bankers, merchants and professional
men will fall into line, there will be no 1 as it should be, and when all ministers and who operates only upon the few,
Yesterday was Washington’s birthday,
j show this spirit more goocl will be done, is harmless indeed as compared with
question as to results.
and none of the pupils failed to think
“Every town in western Oregon should and the world will have less to say.
these destroyers of the fireside— about the great hero.
have its commercial organization, all of
these rascally, yet genteel appearing
the energies of which should, for the
There was school yesterday instead of
forerunners of the devil.
present, be devoted to thisone idea. We
today because some of the teachers and
ought to have enough surplus energy
After a two weeks visit in Portland,
pupils wanted to visit other schools,
stored up to accomplish anything we un
Heal E.late Transfer..
dertake. Look at the work done by the Mrs. W. M. Townsend has returned to
while the other pupils said that they
Week ending Feb. 14th:
fanners of Minnesota in the past io years1 her home.
would rather go Thursday than Friday,
Mrs P W Chandler to Lucinda
The first co-operative creamery in that
John Larkin, who is attending a busi;
Long 7 a pt S Cozine d 1 c
$ 400 than to be at home Thursday and then
state was built in 1891; now there are
have to be back Friday. The directors
nearly 600 creameries. I11 1893 there ness college in Portland, spent Sunday G C and S E Christenson to Wm
Colwell lots 1 and 8 blk 12 Johns
were 253 creameries of both classes; now with home folk.
allowed this to be done, or we would not
add to McMinnville......................
there are 700.
These 700 creameries,
have done it.
G. C. Christenson and family of near Emma J llallet to Robt T Johnson
with a capital of $2,800,000, handle 1,-
22 a pt sec 22-4-5 ................
We will probably have the roll of hon
350,000,000 pounds of milk per annum, McMinnville visited with relatives in
Robt T. Johnson to Emma J Hal-
and after spending $1,100,000 in the cost town a few days last week.
or for the 8th, 9th and 10th grades next
let 19 a pt sec 22-4-5 .....................
of manufacture, make a product from
week, while here are the rolls of honor
Mrs. Margaret Lutke, grand matron of Fred Bent to Marie Bent all of lots
which they realize $10,450,000, of which
for the 3d and 4th, 4th and 5th, and 5th
4, 5 and 6 blk 2 II & L add to
$8,400,000 net is returned to the 54,000 the O. E. S. of Oregon, officially visited
500 and 6th grades.
patrons in payments of butter fat taken Newberg chapter on Thursday last.
Juo J Spencer to Elsia Wright lot
from the milk.
Portland should take
The 4th and 5th grades: Bessie Luell-
Mrs. Nancy Wiley, who some time
99 Masonic cemetery..................
hold of tins matter. Western Oregon is,
Fred Schenk, Mary Maurer, Samuel
and always will be, eommercially tribu
M Richards 6 15-iooths a in Oak
Babcock, Albert Ulrich, Raymond Der
tary to Portland, and she will not have to recovery, despite the fact of her being
Fruit farm ......................................
150 by, Bessie Clark. Miss Bently, teacher.
to divide any new business which may eighty-four years of age.
R K Warren and wf to Chas H
be developed with I’liget sound.
The 5th and 6tli grades—
Hemstreet lot 2 blk 32 Oak
of tlie progress which has been made in An Editor’» Life Saved by Chamber«
Park add to McM..........................
First in rank in 6th grade:
the great dairying states of Minnesota,
lain'* t ough Bellied) .
Mutual Benefit Life Ins Co. to E
Wisconsin and Iowa has been due to the
Bogue, Meta Matthies, Laura Seibert,
W Stuttenberger 2.34 a t 5 r 4 .. 58 50
work of their agricultural colleges, which
During the early part of October, 1896,
average 95 per cent.
are given loyal support by the people of I contracted a bad cold, which nettled on
Week ending Feb 2l:
Second in rank : Bert Heath, Daryl
We should, therefore,
Alex Reid and V M Olds to A Tru
strengthen our Corvallis college in every | my lungs and was neglected until I feared
Potter, Fay Wisecarver and Lucretia
dell and wf 104.11 apt J W Rog-
As in the other states I that consumption had appeared in an in
ers d 1 c t 4 r 4............................ 4,100 Strong, average 92 per cent.
named, the farm department should be 1 cipient state. I waa constantly coughing Jos Riley et ux to Wm Kleastch
First in rank in 5th grade: Deane
equipped with a practical commercial : and trying to expel something which I
2253 a pt Matheny dlct5r3 1,000
creamery, so that the farmers may de- .
average 97 per cent; Herbert
rive the benefit of object lessons conduct could not. I became alarmed, and after
lots 4 and 5 blk 12 Johns ad to
Eckman, average 94 per cent.
ed by skilled professors. Every paper :
McM.................................................. 1,025 Akin, teacher.
of any importance in the state should I bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough Remedy, II Z Foster et uxto Ed Woods 16.30
have a column or more devoted to in and the result was immediate improve
Third grade: Georgie Spencer, Claud
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telligent discussion of dairy interests.
Brower, Lawrence Yocom, Clarence
H Z Fester et ux to O E Hyland
“The question ot markets is one which ,
288 70 a in t 5 r7.....................
Reynolds, Jennie Paulus, Clara Arthur,
should lx* given particular attention. ; my lungs were restored to their healthy Geo II Westerfield et ux to A B
Agnes Fay, Willie Cox, Roy Johnson,
Every intelligent farmer knows that state.—B. S. Edwards, publisher of The
Westerfield % int in lots 4, 5
there is always a market for a good are ! Review, Wyant, III. For sale by Ho-
Bertie Smith, Matt Small, Bertha Long,
and 6 and s hf lots 2 and 3 blk
tide. Every business man and property- |
12 Lafayette ..............................
100 Nora Cockerham and Emma Small.
owner in Portland is interested in this :
R Kesterson to Peter McIntyre and
Fourth grade: Cecil Ecclestcn, Fred
nithitsunlimited opportu- \
JW Loder 71.03 a pt Jacob Gray
Notice ot Hid* for M ood.
nities developed to their full possibilities, j
er d 1 c t 2 r 4..................................
1 Keller, Arnold Johnson, Clarence Ulhicb,
the Willamette valley is broad enough
Sealed bid* for furnishing wood will be Samuel H Pate to Frankie S Tay
Ethel Ford, Roger Collard, Willie Fer
and rich enough to make large cities, received by the county clerk as follows:
lor swqr of nwqr sec 27-4-6
500 guson, Linsey Wheeler, Walter Potter,
and whatever their citizens can do to Fifteen cords of second growth fir wood E J Kuykendall et ux to John Har
Naoma Carlin and Floris Derby.
develop western Oregon will be repaid of good quality and well seasoned. Twen
ris 16x20 rods t 2 r 4 ..................
with ample interest
Show the people ty-five coni* of oak pole wood, well sea MATownsend to Josephine Reeves
ma Green, teacher.
of the east that there is room for them soned and to be not less than three in
et al 1-8 int in s hf D J Town
by developing our dairying interests and i-lies in diameter at the small end, both
send d 1 c 15 r 4
riiallel.gr to Spelling Hatch.
immigration will follow."
fir and oak wood to lie full 48 inches long SJI.ashierto Rockalette Eggers
and the fir to be split small enough for
The pupils of Webfoot school wish to
50x95 ft in Newberg
All to Ivan Si Daniels and wf to H M
Xoilce lor Bid* fnr Bridge I.limber. use in ordinary heating stoves.
say that they will meet any school in
be carefully corded up on grounds just
Daniels 2.30 a near McM............ 1,000 Yamhill county in an oral spelling
Sealed bids « ill be received for furnish
north of court house not later than Sep
ing lumber for the different road districts tember 1st, 1900. The county court re
match. Work to commence from the
in Yamhill conjty in wagon load lots for serves the right to reject any or all bids.
Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre, Mich., first of the authorized text.
the year 19 <t. to lie delivered when and
Bids to be opened on the 8th day of says. “I suffered a long time from dys place to be settled by the two schools.
«here directed by the supervisor of each
March, 1900, at 10 a. m. By order of pepsia; lost flesh and became very weak.
district, lumber to be good and sound. the
P upils .
Bi<Je to be opened on the Sth day of
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely cured
Feb, 12, 1900.
March, 1900, at 1 o’clock p. tn. The
DeWitt’s Little Early Risers purify
J. H. N elson , C o . Clerk. ' me ” It digest* what you eat and cures
county conn reserve* the right to reject
all forms of stomach trouble. It never the blood, clean the liver, invigorate the
anv »nd all bid*
By order of the court.
The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian fails to give immediate relief in the system. Famous little pill* for consti-
Feb. 12th, 1900.
l worst cases. Kogers Bros.
1 pation and liver troubles. Kogers Bros.
J. 11. N elson , C o . Clerk. | one vear tor *2, strictly in advance.