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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (March 16, 1900)
G. S. Wright, dentist.
C. Grisaen’s new stock of wall paper. 6
l.ester Neal visited Dallas relatives
3 spools of thread for 10c at the Grange
Miss Hattie Pope of Salem is visiting
Paid up Capital, #.50,000
friends in McMinnville and vicinity.
Papa, go and C. Gr seen, he sells such
Transact»a (tenoral Banking Busineaa.
nice pianos and organs. I want one.
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Dallas decided at her late school meet
ing to erect a new six-room school
LEE LAUGHLIN, President.
J. L. ROGERS, Vice-President.
An enjoyable whist party was given
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
W'. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier. by Mr. and Mrs. Grissen on Friday
See the latest styles in street hats at
Mark Sisters. Spring opening of pattern
huts Saturday, March 24th.
£7 E. GOUCHER, M. D.,
Sheridan wants the Yambill county
pioneer reunion for 1900. This little
city is well fixed for holding it, and
would treat the old people about right.
Office over McMinnville National Bank.
New 1900 model Rambler bicycles,
M c M innvilli
O regon clincher or cemented tires, latest im
proved. Prices $20 to $40. F. W. Spencer.
Over in Chehalis, Wash., the post
£OOK & CABLE,
master is required to fumigate the mails
to prevent the spread of smallpox. He
has written the departmeut that the
business is a farce.
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
John Gault left for Sumpter on Mon
You can get good bargains at Warren
Grand mask ball, with chicken stip|>er,
secular hall, March 30.
Henry Bills of Dallas visited in the <
city this week.
Taylor A Heath shipped a carload of
tile to Walla Walla this week.
You will find an A 1 tinner and plum
ber at Hodson's. Work the best and
prices the cheapest.
E. Estes is moving his furniture stock
into the store room of Masonic block.
For Rent—Photo gallery, with furni
ture, the best iu McMinnville. Inquire
of O. H. Adams.
We now have a few thousand dollars to
loan on farm property, at good terms.
I rvine A V inton .
Warren A Son will have an Auction
Sale next Saturday, beginning at a p.
Fresh oysters at the fish market, tf
All the new spring goods at the Grauge
store will be sold at removal sale prices.
Tickets to cape Nome on Bteamer Sen
ator for sale by Odell A Wood.
Warren & Son are selling everything
43c cash buys a plug of Star tobacco at
the Grange store. Battle Axe 38c.
Miss Valeria Patty will assist Miss
Eva Martin in the spring millinery
Come and lay in your summer groce
ries and crockery at Warren Sc Sou's.
Mr. and Mrs. D. I. Asbury reached
home Monday evening from their New
A. M. Peery has sold his residence in
this city, and intends to remove to Tilla
mook, to engage in the drug business.
I have money to loau on farm prop
erty at good terms. Parties wishing to
borrow, call and see me.
R L. C onner .
Married—In Oakland, Calif., March
13th, 1900, Mr. Ed M. Warren, eldest
son of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Warren, and
Miss Emma Ganire, formerly of Port
land. They will reside in Oakland, and
conduct a photograph gallery and tailor
The announcement that we are going
to build means that business is good. Our
present store is small, our expenses are
light and our prices are the lowest for
cash or produce. Examine our Btock
and be convinced. Spring goods arriv
ing every week.
P. M. F lynn & Co.
Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre, Mich.,
says, “I suffered a long time from dys
pepsia ; lost flesh and became very weak.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely cured
me ” It digests what you eat and cures
all forms of stomach trouble. It never
fails to give immediate relief in tbe
worst cases. Rogers Bros.
Ex-Governor Bob Taylor of Tennessee
is soon to deliver a series of lectures
through the state of Oregon, commenc
ing at Ashland, closing at Baker City.
Governor Taylor is one of the best known
men in the United States and ¡ b ranked
as one of the most entertaining platform
speakers ¡u the country. The famous
campaign made between him and his
brother for the governorship of Tennes
see, is familiar to all.
Lyman Latourette and John Loder,
lawyers of Oregon City, and mem
bers of the college alumni, have been
visitors in the city the past week.
Bert Coulter writes from Sumpter
that he is much pleased with that
section, particularly the improve
This Week Î
We want to say a word to you about Clothing. Gents,
we’ve had tailored to our order for the spring the finest lay
out in suits ever shown iu Yamhill County; in fact, there is
no better shown anywhere in the land than we are showing
at the present.
Mrs. E. M. Law received word on Sat
urday evening last of the death of her
only sister, Mrs. T. A. Healy, of Con
Cyclone cameras, Seeds’ dry plates, Ve-
lox paper, prints by lamp light and
makes the best pictures; no time lost. 0.
0. Hodson sells them.
Rooms iu Jacobson Block,
Wanted—To buy, cheap for cash, house
M c M innville ,-
O regon .
Don’t be without a sewing machine.
Hand finished seams, very best of linings. We don’t
and lot, 6 or 7 rooms, pretty close in
$5 a month, 5 months, will buy a New
think there is anything too good for our customers, and we
L. R oot .
Home Climax this mouth at C. Grie
J C. MICHAUX, n. D.,
are always striving to improve our qualities rather than have
F. C. Wirfs of Dayton has leased the
Hotel Mack of this city for the term of
them lower. We have
Physician and Surgeon, one year. He takes possession the 27th Miss Eva Martin is now ready for the
spring trade with the handsomest line
of this month —Sheridan Sun.
of street hats ever brought to town.
M c M innville , OREGON.
Full line of field and garden seeds at
Opening display of pattern hats Satur
Office in Union Block
Daniels’ produce market as cheap as
day, March 24th.
anywhere in the valley.
Next Sunday evening our people will
A. M. Sanders, formerly of this city, have tbe inestimable pleasure of listening
now president of La Creole academy at to music rendered by musicians from
Dallas, is a candidate for the office of Sam T. Shaw’s company at tbe Chris
county school superintendent for Polk tian church. A quartet of brass will ren
der “Raise Me Jesus;” another “Good
New wall paper just arriving. Must Night Beloved,” and the orchestra
be sold at prices to suit the times. Please Haudel’s “Largo.”
call and see them.
O. 0. H odson .
Before you buy that Spring Suit visit the Progressive
A memorial service in honor of Neal
Office rooms 9 and 10, Union Block.
Miss Hallie Reynolds fell from her Dow, “The Father of Prohibition,” will
Oregon bicycle Tuesday evening, and was ren be held iu W. C. T. U. hall on Tuesday
dered unconscious for an hour. How evening, March 20th, at 7:30. Every
ever, she was on duty as cashier at one very cordially invited to come and
Jacobson’s store the next day.
do honor to the memory of America’s
The patent leather ladies’ ehoes, grand old man. A good program is be
French heel, have arrived at Mr. Diel- ing prepared.
| Next Sunday evening at 7:30 II. T.
lion. R. A. Bensol of Newport, was in Atkinson, pastor of the Methodist
the ‘city during the week, and while i church, will preach on “The Unpopular ment he observed in his physical
here lie made arrangements for qnarters Christ.” In the morning Rev. G. W. well-being.
NORTH YAMHILL, OR.
The Burns building, now being
for the Lincoln county delegates to the Fender of the Cumberland Presbyterian
Barred and White Plymouth Rocks,
torn down by Mr. Peckham to make
Legal papers written and acknowledgements
Silver and White Wyandottes,
F. W. Spencer has the Rambler bi Methodist church, and Henry T. Atkin in 1866 by R. A. Bean, and used to
Brown Leghorns and Langshans.
cycle, in several different models. These son will preach in tbe Presbyterian stand across tbe street about where
wheels have the best pneumatic tire ever ch urc h.
Barred Plymouth Rock at State Show, Alba
Mr. Reed's fence works are now lo
ny, January 22-29, 1900.
made. Call and see them.
A few of the members and friends of cated.
Rev. Wm. Gav, formerly Presbyterian the W. C. T. U. met with Mr. and Mrs,
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J S. ROSCOE,
Cyrus H. Walker of Albany, is the
minister at Lafayette, died at his home F. S. Harding on last Saturday evening, oldest native son of Oregon.
Send for Catalogue,
Enameling in Black and in Dallas early last Friday morning. and a very pleasant evening was spent. to deliver the occasional address at
J. M. GARRISON,
He was a fine old man, who had suffered After a few hours spent in social con the state pioneers’ reunion this year.
Forest Grove, Oregon.
Maroon cheap for Cash from ill health for several months.
verse and interchange of thought, n J. C. Moreland of Portland, will de
Full line of repairs and all repair work done
J. B. Clark, Peoria, III., says, “Sur delicious lunch of cake and cocoa was I
in tile best style. South ride Third Street near
geons wanted to operate on me for piles, served. After doing full justice to that,' The late annual meet ing of the Na
but I cured them with DeWitt’s Witch | the guests departed, wishing that some- , tional Editorial Association at New
<9 J acob W ortman , Pres.
E d H endricks , Vice Pres.
Hazel Salve.” It is infallible for piles one else might have a birthday anni- : Orleans was replete with papers of
« J ohn W ortman , Cashier.
interest and profit to the profession.
and skin diseases. Beware of counter
Among the matters discussed and
might find it out.
feits. Kogers Bros.
0 STREET MEAT MARKET,
acted upon was tbe passage of a res
All members of the Temperance league The Yellows of I he color contest going olution asking Congress to appoint a
and all others interested in the enforce on now in the Baptist church will give a commission to investigate the opera «
Reynolds & Bond, Prop’s.
Of McMinnville, Oregon.
ment of the city ordinances are earnest free entertainment and social Friday tions of the printing paper trust.
Fre-h and salt meals and sausages of ail ly requested to be present at the meeting evening of this week in the Baptist
kinds constantly in slock. Cash paid for
hides. Highest market price paid lor all kinds
of rat stock.
19th, in the W. C. T. U. hall in Union
« Buys and sells exchange on all the principal cities of the United »
States, and draws direct on all the principal points in Europe. The
block at 8 p. m. C. F. M ills , President. tableaux. Mr. Carl Grissen will give prise to the relatives here, and was
of Firms and Individuals solicited.
jy^ATTHIES & CO.,
one of bis excellent violin solos. The for the purpose of medical treatment
Mrs. Judge Bradshaw, accompanied blues gave an excellent social two weeks for tbe daughter. The length of
by her brother, Dr. Littlefield, returned ago. The yellow side is determined to their stay is uncertain. Mrs. Apper
Wednesday from Ashville, North Caro outdo them. A cordial invitation is ex son may return in a few weeks, and
Elvie may remain until July, when
lina, where Mrs. Bradshaw has been tended to all.
her brother Clyde, and his wife, ex
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds taking treatment in a sanitarium. Her
Following out the plan of manual in pect to visit Sitka.
South side Third St. between B and C.
tor lias hopes that with the return of struction to the public school pupils,
her health will improve.—The some first lessons will Ire given this
Letters for the following persons re Ä
J. E Noll will ghe a practical demon main uncalled for in the McMinnville
At tbe tax sale last Saturday the de- stration in tree grafting, and at the same postoflice March 13th, 1900.
[OGAN Sc BRADLEY,
linquent list for 1898 w as cleared up, hour, 2:30, Mrs. Dennis w ill address a Cantonwine, Mr R. S SpisacUart, Mias Minnie
thus leaving only one list on the tax class of girls on the first rules of sewing. Cook, Mrs. Charles
J ah . M c C ain , P. M.
collector's bauds. Most of the land ad- Next week on Friday, Henry Schenk
Examine the BOTTLED ENERGY of his
We are located opposite H. C Burns' and aim vertised was saved by the taxpayers will in'erest the boys in the first prin-
to give all customers good treatment for little
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat coming forward before final sale, and I ciples of carpentry, and the outcome will
Estate of Jas. M. Ramsey—David M
settling the delinquencies and accrued j l>e some much-needed cabinets for the Ramsey appointed administrator. Bonds
costs, Some small tracts were bid in schoolrooms. Every pupil of the prop- fixed at $3,000.
Estate of Jones & Co —Bondsmen re
for tl.B county, but in the main, the j er age should not fail to get these les-
and new bond filed.
county realized on the delinquent list 1 sons. More work will be done along lieved
Estate of Chas, llovard—Motion to set
the sums due, together with the costs of this line as time progresses.
The Salem district ministerial associa
aside property as exempt denied, and pe A R. De Fluent, editor of the Journal •
Doyleston, Ohio, suffered for a nnmbe tion of the M. E. church will hold its
Manufactures and Deals in
to sell real estate granted.
The Shaw Co. now playing in this city tition
Estate of A. May Sawyer—Final ac
Prof. A. L. Pearson’s commercial col is giving immense pleasure to the people. count
He says: “My annual meeting at Sheridan on April 2d,
filed and set for hearing May 1st, shoulder and side.
right arm at times was entirely useless. 3d and 4th. It was expected to have
lege closed for the term on Wednesday They opener! the week with “Jack 1900, at I p. m
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
evening. Twenty-four students were en I o’Diamonds,” which is full of pathos
Estate of A. B. Faulconer—First semi 1 tried Chamberlain’s Pain Balm, and the meeting here, but the McMinnville
was surprised to receive relief almost
-nd brushes, and sells them cheaper than they' rolled duriug the term, and six studies i and called fur some line acting.
* For annual account filed and approved.
immediately. The Pain Balm has been church, with its usual good nature, rec
ian be bought anywhere else in the Willamette were taken up. Three of the students
a constant companion of mine ever since ognized the claim of tbe Sheridan peo-
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are |
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them. ' graduated with high honors, namely: forth Mr Shaw’s rare abilities in splen-
and it never fails.” For.sale by Ho- 1 pie, who have never had the meeting in
To meet our payments coming due, it worth A Co., druggists. ’
, their town.
Andrey A. Lobau, Chas. A. Gaby, and ded style, and many thought they had
Harold A. Henderson. These young ’ ■ never seen him in a better role, though will be necessary for us to ask all who
OI H CI.I BHIHG LIST.
men were awarded diplomas by the ’ they can hardly discriminate in the )>er- are indebted to us to call and settle their
Bear, th* signature of Caa*. II PLSTewn.
ßROWER & SON,
board of judges, which consisted of Prof. foimauces of so clever an actor. He is
In uae for more than thirty years, and
Notthup, of the college, Prof. Reynolds “exceedingly well supported by Nellie call and see us about your account at once.
We have special arrangements with
JCind Few Itavt Aluvj’t Nought.
of the public schools, and F. C. Fergu Maine Shaw, bis wife, ami the entire
the following leading publications,
has . P. N elson , Manager.
cast. “In Mizzouri” Wednesday e ven
E. J. Wood and family will occupy the whereby we are able to offer them in
Washburn residence on First and B
There is a valuable article in this i ing was witnessed by the largest ni! m-
connection with our own at exceedingly
I.lrenaea 10 ’larry.
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful
handling guaranteed. Collections will be made week’s Reporter from tbe pen of Fred ber of people so far, who were all de
low rates, as follows: The R eporter
monthly Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
I.. Post, the Dayton fruit man, on lighted wi'b the realistic (resentation J. Clark, 45, of McMinnville. Mai?ied in ter Wade is suffering from pneumonia.
Weekly Inter Ocean......................................... .4134
“Shall 1 Set an Orchard.” Mr. Poet of the slow and backwoods life of I’ike Corvallis, March 9th, by Rev. Mark
Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Wortman enter Bt. LoulsOlohe-Democrat, semi-weekly......... 1.50
“One Minute Cough Cure is the beet recently contributed an article uu graft [ county, Missouri. “The Brand of Cain” Noble.
March 10—Wiley F. Isham, 20, and tained a large number of their friends at Rural Northwest, Portland, semimonthly... 1.24
remedy I ever used for coughs and colds. ing. He is a reliable man on horticul was presented last evening to a full
cards on Friday evening of last week.
Oregonian, weekly.......................................... 2.00
It is unequaled for whooping cough. ture, having given Iris entire attention to ' house, and tonight will be given the Mary L. Wiggins, 18, of Wheatland.
Chas. Baitholomew of West Chehalem, McClure’s Magatine, monthly ,................... IAS
Children all like it,” writes H. N. Will fruit raising for twelve years. He has 1 streng play of “Held By the Enemy."
“I was nearly dead with dyspepsia, while engaged in felling a tree last Wed Cosmopolitan Magazine, monthly............... 1 45
iam», Gentryville. Ind. Never fails. over 6,600 fruit trees of different varie ' The children are going to the matinee tried doctors, visited mineral springs, nesday, was killed by being struck by a The Weekly Ban Francisco Call.................... 1.70
It is the only harmless remedy that ties, has a fruit dryer of four tons a day en masre tomorrow afternoon, to see and grew worse. 1 used Kodol Dyspep i flying limb. The young man was buried The Weekly New York Trienne...................... 1.25
The Trt-weekly New York Tribune............... 2 00
gives immediate resnlts. Cure» coughs, capacity, and has paid for bis farm with i “Rip Van Winkle,” and in the evening sia Cure. That cured me.” It digests yesterday.
Demorest’s Family Magazine......................... 1.74
Photo mounts cut to any size you wish McCall's Monthly Magazine...... .................... 1 30
colds, hoarseness, croup, pneumonia, one fruit crop. Whatever he says in i “From Sire to Son” is to be given, what you eat. Cures indigestion, sour
bronchitis and all throat and lung the fruit line ought to be as good as i which many regard as the best play of stomach, heartburn and all forma of at this office, and for sale cheaper than Tbe Oregon Teachers' Monthly................... ....1.60
troubles. Its early use prevents con
Word 4 Works (monthly) snd Hicks' alm'nc 1.75
, t^e cheapest.
dyspepsia. Rogers Bros.
I tbe week.
sumption. Rogers Bros.
Notary Public and
Hand Tailored Suits at
$25 $22.50 $20 $17.50 $15.
Good Suits at
FOREST GROVE POULTRY YARDS!
The First National Bank
S Hodson’s Line of Wall Paper
His Paints are High Quality.
Truck and Dray Co