The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, March 23, 1900, Image 5

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    BANKING
LOCAL NEWS.
Fresh oysters at the fish market, tf
Garden seed 3c a package at the
Grange store,
NO. 386T
G. S. Wright, dentist.
Mrs. D. S. Holman returned Monday
THE McMINNVlLLE
C. Griesen's new stock of wall paper. 6
from her visit at Boise, Idaho.
3 spools of thread for 10c at the Grange
All the new spring goods at the Grange
store.
store will be sold at removal sale prices.
The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian
Mrs. J. F. Adams is looking after
one vear for $2, strictly in advance
—McMinnville, Oregon.—
business interests in Pendleton this
Paid up Capital, $50,000 Papa, go and C. Griesen, he sells such
week.
nice pianos and organs. I want one.
Tickets to cape Nome on steamer Sen
Surplus $10,000.
W. J. Strong intends to move hie fam­
ator for sale by Odell & Wood.
Trnnsai t a Oeuvrai Banking BuslnOM.
ily to Carlton soon.
In the college chapel 8 .turday evening,
Office Hours 9 a. in. to 4 p. m.
Full line of field and garden seeds at
March 31st, Mrs. B will exhibit her
Daniels’ produce market as cheap as
wonderful family album. Admission 10c.
LEE LAUOHUN, President.
anywhere in the valley.
Warren & Son are selling everything
J. L. ROGERS, Vice-President.
People who have been talking about
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
at cost.
W. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier. w hat they were going to do in the spring
Mrs. Chandler, Bister of Mrs. J. O.
should get at it.
Rogers, and who visited here last cum­
PHYSICIANS
The patent leather ladies' shoes,
mer, died at Gardiner, Or., on the Utb
French heel, have arrived at Mr. Diel-
inst.
schneidei’s.
45c cash buys a plug of Star tobacco at
E. GOUCHER, M. D.,
A recent letter received by Win. Chris­
the Grange store. Battle Axe 38c.
man from Mrs. Gus Gaunt reports her
Come and lay in your summer groce­
condition of health much improved by
ries and crockery at Warren & Son’s.
the climate of New Mexico.
The old building back of Hotel Yarn­ D. M. Neyberger returned from Chi­
Office over McMinnville National Bank.
F. W. Spencer has the Rambler bi­
bill has been repaired and painted, and cago and other eastern points on Satur­
MCMINNVILLE
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O regon . cycle, in several different models. These
fitted up by Landlord Dubois for a lodg­ day, and consignments of new goods are
wheels have the best pneumatic tire ever
following close after him.
ing house.
made. Call and see them.
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(JOOK & CABLE,
R. A. King, the painter, fell from a
Ed Nichols of Dayton is going to re­
The fruit is already set on many of the
move to Riddle, Or., and go intopartnei- stepladder on Sunday while papering
prune trees. Dr. G. S. Wright says that
sliip with O. M. Harris in the drug busi­ Logan's barber shop, and sustained the
if no freeze comes there will be the larg­
injury of two displaced ribs.
ness.
est fruit crop we have had for years.
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
Don’t be without a sewing machine. I have money to loan on farm prop­
See the latest styles in street hats at
erty at good terms. Parties wishing to
McMrNNViLi.it,
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O regon . Mark Sisters. Spring openingof pattern $5 a month, 5 months, will buy a New
borrow, call and 6ee me.
Home
Climax
this
month
at
C.
Gris-
hats Saturday, March 24th.
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R L. C onner .
sen’s.
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J C. MICHAUX, H. D.,
Housecleaning is at band, and those
This
school
district
awarded
to T. D.
There will be an entertainment at the
rag carpets need washing. The McMinn­
Heuderson and Thos. Draper the con­
opera
house
Friday
evening
for
the
ben
­
Physician and Surgeon, ville Steam Laundry handles large car­ efit of the High school base ball team. tract for 10 cords of oak wood at $2.25
pets with great skill and without ripping,
Admission 15 and 25 cents. Reserved per cord, and to H. M. Edmiston for 40
and the rate is only 4c per running yard.
M< MINNVII.LE, OREGON.
cords of fir at $2.25.
seats 35 cents.
Try them.
Office in Union Block
E. and O. G. Estes now occupy the
Representative J. W. Maxwell pub­
This is a prolific year for sheep raising
lishes in the Tillamook Headlight his old Apperson stand with a full and hand­
in Yamhill county. Five ewes of Sam
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denial that he is a candidate for any some line of furniture.
BICYCLE REPAIRER.
Hibbs’ Hock have given birth to triplets.
Taken Up—A two-year-old heifer.
legislative fiosition in the coming cam­
This beats Roily Jones’ flock, unless he
J S. ROSCOE,
Owner can have same by proving proper­
paign.
has something new to report.
only dust proof crank hanger with ty and paying costs of keeping.
Enameling in Black and New 1900 jnodel Rambler bicycles, ball The bearings
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N. A nderson .
on the outside of sprocket
clincher or cemented tires, latest im­
J.
M.
Bunn
of
North
Yamhill,
sheared
Maroon cheap for Cash proved. Prices $20 to $40. F. W. Spencer. i wheel is the Recycle at Hodson’s.
18 goats lately, that averaged 7% pounds
J. L. Myers, who recently formed a
Full line of repairs and all repair work done
The first through trip of the Tillamook
of mohair each. At present prices the
in the best style. South side Third Street near
B.
add North Yamhill stage since the snows copartnership with Sam Gaunt in the value of the clip is $46.80, or $2.60 per
of winter was made last Sunday, the barber business, sold his interest to his animal.
mail bp to that time having been carried partner, and will investigate eastern
Mrs. Dennis wishes to announce that
MEAT MARKETS
Oregon for a new location. He left here
over the summit on horseback.^/'
she
has been to Portland studying the
on Tuesday.
J. B. Clark, Peoria, Ill., says, “Sur­
Q STREET MEAT MARKET,
advanced styles and getting all the new
“I was nearly dead with dyspepsia,
geons wanted to operate on me for piles,
ideas as to trimmings, drapings, etc., for
tried doctors, visited mineral springs,
but
I
cured
them
with
DeWitt
’
s
Witch
her spring trade in dress making. The
Reynolds & Bond, Prop’s.
Hazel Salve.” It is infallible for piles and grew worse. I used Kodol Dye pep ladies will please give her a call.
Fresh and salt meats and sausages of all and skin diseases.
Beware of counter- sia Cure. That cured me.” It digests
Goat raisers will realize a little lower
for
kinds constantly In stock.
Cash paid —
what you eat. Cures indigestion, sour
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds feits. Rogers Bros.
stomach, heartburn and all forms of price for mohair this year than last, but
of fat stock.
The Rev. W. R. Powell of Portland
the fleeces are said to be heavier, which
dyspepsia. Rogers Bros.
will conduct the services at the Episco­
will afford consolation for the drop in
jy^ATTHIES & CO.,
The Yamhill county Sunday school price. Portland quotations are 26 @ 28
pal church in this city next Sunday, ad­
Proprietors of
ministering the holy communion at the convention will hold its fifteenth annual cents.
morning service, and preaching. All in­ session in Carlton, March 29th and 30th.
The announcement that we are going
Each school in the count)- will be ex­
vited.
to build means that business is good. Our
pected
to
send
its
full
quota
of
delegates,
Spring is here, and you will want jour
Choice, Fresh Meats, AH Kinds
present store is small, our expenses are
winter clothing, bedding, etc., washed and all who are interested in the Sun­ light and our pricee are the lowest for
South side Third St. between B and C.
day
school
cause
are
cordiallj-
invited
to
and cleaned before laying it by for sum­
cash or produce. Examine our stock
mer. The steam laundry will do it for be present.
and be convinced. Spring goods arriv­
BARBERS.
yon cheaper aiul better than anyone else
Double-mask ball Secular hall, March ing every week.
P. M. F lynn & Co.
can.
30th. Elegant prizes to the couple best
Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre, Mich,,
[ OGAN & BRADLEY,
The Jones mill force will leave for the sustaining opposite or contrasting char­
says, “I suffered a long time from dys­
mountains about the first of April, should acters. Minor prizes to best sustained
pepsia ; lost fleBh and became very weak.
■ the weather remain reasonably good. single characters. Music by Prof. Wirtz’
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure completely cured
Although lumber has raised in price at orchestra of Forest Grove. Supper on
me.” It digests what you eat and cures
IVe are located opposite II. C. Burns’ and atru
tn give all . u-toiiu is good treatment for little neighboring towns from $1.50 to |2 per the Stage.
all forms of stomach trouble. It never
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat­ thousand feet, Mr. Adams says that they
ronage solicited.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Wilson Cook moved to fails to give immediate relief in tbe
worst caseB. Rogers Bros.
expect, to sell at last year’s prices.
their icsidenco east of the college last
Geo. W. Bibee and Dr. W. Tyler
It
has
been
a
query
with
some
people
Friday.
They
leave
the
old
farm
for
HARNESS
to know how tho custom house receipts | good this time, having toiled there for Smith were down from Sheridan od
for Oregon and Washington compare many years. They will be heartily Wednesday, and effected sale of the
gLSIA WRIGHT,
with I tie receipts from tho new internal welcomed to citizenship in McMinnville. Sheridan Sun plant to Mr. F. H. Barn­
Manufactures and Deals in
revenue stamp regulations. Mr. Hobbs, i Capt. Parker, the present owner of the hart, who took the evening train for
deputy district revenue collector, etates farm, will occupy it about May 1st with Sheridan to inspect his new purchase.
that the collections from the latter are his family, and his son Raymond will Mr. Barnhart is both a printer and edi­
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
about three times thuf of the former for I have the control of farming operations. tor of ability, and with proper support
».nd brushes, and sells them cheaper thau they
will give Sheridan a jiaper of which they
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette a given period.
Henry T. Atkinson goes to Forest' can be proud. Mr. Yates, tbe former
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are
Miss
Woods
has
just
received
a
gener
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
Grove next Sunday to preach for Rev. |
al assortment of Spring goods, consisting I T. L. Jones, who is pastor at that point,1 publisher, will move back to Washing­
ton county.
in pait of silk waists and neckwear, pul- I and who has lieen quite sick for some
DRAYMEN
ley belts, ties, and other novelties. The time. In his absence the Methodist’ Another contestant at next summer’s
band tournament will be the juvenile
opening will occur on Saturday, the 24th, ’ pulpit here will bo filled both morning band, which was organized in this city-
gROWER & SON,
from 10 a. m. to 5 p. m. Mr. Ramsdell, I and evening by Rev. A. I.. Black. Bro. on Wednesday evening. The band is
MciTINNVILLE
of Lipman, Wolfe A Co.’s, is expected to I Black is a rising and talented speaker in compoeed of fourteen small boys, with
the following complement of officers:
be in attendance.
the Baptist denomination, and a cordial J President, Frank Snyder; vice president,
The Sheridan Sun of last week finds invitation is extended to all to come and Ilollie Burns; secretary, Harry Hobbs;
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful
treasurer, Fred Bradley.
handling guaranteed. Collections will lie made that Mr. If. F. Mayer of that city, who is [ hear him next Sunday.
monthly Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
now 84 years old, was a delegate to the
Hue Heads to McMinnville.
The instruction in tree grafting and
Missouri stale convention that elected
The St. Charles store is located on one
“One Minute Cough Cure is the best delegates to the Whig convention that sewing given in the public schools last
of the most prominent corners in the city
remedy I ever used for coughs and colds convened in Baltimore in 1840 and nom­ Friday was well attended. Today Mrs. and is known for its good stock and
It is unequaled for whooping cough inate'! Win. Henry Harrison for the L. I.aughary will talk on general house­ reasonable prices. “ All goodB sold at a
Children all like it,” writes H. N. Will­ presidency. They were 14 days in going j hold duties to the girls of the Cook profit.”—No baits.—Our coffee alone has
iams, Gentryville, Ind.
Never fails. by boat to Wheeling, Va , from St. I school, and Mrs. Dennis will give fur­ made us famous. Come to see ub often,
you’ll get fine treatment. N. E. K eoo .
It is the only harmless remedy that Louis, and staging the rest of the way to ther instruction al Columbus. Henry
gives immediate results. Cures coughs, Baltimore. The Sun thinks that Mr. | Schenk will instruct the boys in carpen­
Anction Sale.
colds, hoarseness, croup, pneumonia, Mayer is probably the only man in Ore­ try at Columbus and Mr. Noll will give a
At Warren & Son’B store, Saturday,
lesson in grafting to the boys of Cook
bronchitis and »11 throat and lung gon w ho was a delegate to either of the
March 24th. We will Bell our entire
trouble«. It’ early use prevents con­ great party conventions for the cam­ school.
stock of groceries, crockery, glassware,
sumption. Rogers Bros.
As a result of the revival meetings just store fixtures,, etc. Sale to commence at
paign of 1840.
closed at Sheridan, conducted by Mrs. one o’clock p. m. Come and secure bar­
Down in Portland they are asking the
Chester Cam] bell has been ill with
Barrett, 93 have been forward to the gains.
question, "Can the prohibitionists be
pneumonia since Monday.
altar for prajers, 63 have connected
A. R. De Fluent, editor of the Journal, ,
recognized as a party organization in the
D. S. Nash of Buena Vista is in the coming local campaign?” The discus­ themselves with the M. E. church, sev­ Doyleeton, Ohio, suffered for a number!
city, looking after hi’ property here and sion of the matter arises from the follow­ eral have joined the sister churches, and of years from rheumatism in his right!
shoulder and side.
He says: “Sly
about 35 are still to make * church home. right arm at times was entirely useless.
greeting old friends.
ing section in the law : “A convention
Another
result,
at
a
called
meeting
of
I tried Chamberlain's Tain Balm, and
Special meeting by the Salvation of delegates, within the meaning of this
Army, led bv Brigadier S. Marshall and act, is an organized body of delegates the Epworth league Monday evening, 43 was surprised to receive relief almost
immediately. The Pain Balm has been
wife, Monday, March 26th, at 8 p. m., in representing a political party, which, at new names were added to the roll of a constant companion of mine ever since
membership
and
a
Junior
league
has,
the Christian church. All are invited to the election next preceding polled at
and it never fails.” For.sale by Ho-
been organized.
worth & Co., druggists.
attend. Grand time predicted.
least three per cent of the entire vote
The family of Wesley Houck are bap- '
CASTORIA
The family of B. G. Emmerson, Mr. cast in the state, county, precinct or
Bean the algaature of C has . H. FLsreasa.
Hodson's new tinner, moved up from other electoral district for which the py over the arrival last Saturday of a
In uae for more than thirty yean, and
Newberg on Tnureday, and are occu­ nomination is made.
An assembly of number of relatives from Illinois, who
Th» Kind Fon Hnvs
Bangkl.
pying Mrs. Ball’s residence near the At­ electors, within the meaning of this act, are here for a visit of a few weeks. The
is an organized body of not less than 10t> party is composed of Mrs. Mary Bishop,
las mills.
Teachers’ laatltate.
Mr. Sidney Bovingdon, who came here electors of the state, or electoral divis­ mother of Mrs. Houck, and J. R. Dillon,
Tbe next session of the teacher's local
from Pennsylvania several months ago, ion thereof for which the nomination is her brother, both of Cissna Park, Illa., institute will be held in Carlton. March
On some of the offices they Mrs. Clara Duvall of Hoopeton, a sister, 31st. Prof. C. W. Durette will take
will leave the last of Mart It for Santa made.”
Clara, from wltith place he has just re­ failed to poll the required three per cent. and Mrs. Roaana Biggs of Georgetown, charge of tbe institute and will present
the following subjects: Primary read­
turned from a tour of inspection. He In this county the cold water people an aunt. If they will prolong their visit ing. geograpliy, nature study and civics.
sufficiently
they
will
see
Oregon
at
her
seem
to
be
safe,
having
polled
about
30
likes Oregon, bnt believes the change
All teachers and patrons are requested
E. V. L ittlefield ,
will-be tietier fur the health ol his fam­ votes over three )*‘r cent on all offices very best, and no doubt the Houck fam­ to be present.
County Superintendent. I
ily will see to it that they do this.
fir which they had a nomination.
ily.
National Bank
E.
Physician
and Surgeon
Physicians
and Surgeons.
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
P. Fisher was in Portland over Sun­
day.
You can get good bargains at Warren
& Son’s.
Thé registration of voters in this coun­
ty up to Wednesday noon was 1,522.
Miss Lillie Ball of Portland was visit­
ing friends in town during the week.
You will find an A 1 tinner and plum­
ber at Hodson's. Work the best and
prices the cheapest.
For Rent—Photo gallery, with furni­
ture, the best in McMinnville. Inquire
of O. H. Adams.
We now have a few thousand dollars to
loan on farm property, at good teems.
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I rvine & V inton .
An immense line of ladies’ wraps and
children’s hose just received at the
Racket store.
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Cyclone cameras, Seeds’ dry plates, Ve-
lox paper, prints by lamp light and
makes the beat pictures; no time lost. O.
O. Hodson sells them.
CHICAGO STORE
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We’ve got so many interesting things to talk about
this week, we hardly know where to commence. The
new things are piling up. Every shelf, counter and bal­
cony is full to overflowing. Our Eastern buyer har cer­
tainly done wonders for us this spring.
Our stock is
quadruple the size of any former season, but then you
know our trade is growing with such wonderful rapidity
that it gives us encouragement to buy more liberally.
Shirt Waists
We have been appointed sole agents for the West Side
for the famous Royal Shirt Waists. Every house in
the country shows waists, but there is only one Royal
line, and they are as much ahead of any lines shown
here as daylight is ahead of darkness. The prices are
no higher thau ordinary goods: 50c, 75c, $1,51.25, $1.50,
$1.75, $2 and 52.50.
Petticoats
That famous Peerless line again, you know how nice
they are and how nice they are made—a distinction
about them that other petticoats have uot got. The prices
too, are lower than the common kind: $1, 51.25, 51.50,
$1.98, 52.25, 52.50, $2.98 and 53.
Waist Silks
They are beauties, too. Some high grade novelties in
the line in flue hemstitched effects in single patterns.
Your neighbor won’t have one like yours if you buy of
us
Puffings and allover Laces
The correct thing for Yokes and Dress Fronts for
spring. We’ve got an exclusive line, and you know our
prices are always right.
Duchess Trousers
The name Duchess signifies a great deal; it means if
they rip or give our you get another pair free. Spring
styles now in.
Nordecia
Ladies, if you want the best shoes shown in the U. S.
for the money, look at the Nordecia. 15 styles, kid and
vesting tops, all widths and sizes, price $2.50.
Table Linens
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< We’ve opened up a beautiful line. Richardson’s fine
English damasks with napkins to match, price 50c to 52
per yard.
MORE NEWS NEXT WEEK.
CHICAGO STORE.
CITY MARKET.
FOREST GROVE POULTRY YARDS!
Barred and White Plymouth Rocks,
Silver and White Wyandottes,
Brown Leghorns and Langshans.
£j^Highent scoring Barred Plymouth Rock at State Show, Alba­
ny, January 22-29, 1900.
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BARBERS.
HARNESS,
sgs
Send for Catalogue,
J. M. GARRISON,
Forest Grove, Oregon.
J acob W ortman , Pres.
« J ohn W ortman , Cashier.
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E d H kndricks , Vice Pres.
A rthur M c P hillips , Asst. Cashier
The First National Bank
Of McMinnville, Oregon.
The Oldest Bank in Yamhill County. Established in 1885.
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Capital and Surplus, $90,000.
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♦j 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.
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Truck and Dray Co
Grand Spring Opening I
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We will have our Spring Opening, with the Most Select and
“ Largest Stock in the Valley. The biggest portion was personal-
B ly selected by our Mr. Nayberger, one of the firm who has been
B east for that purpose. He has visited the largest manufacturers
! J and has purchased goods at old prices yet. We wiil show up the
W Newest and most Up-to-date Goods ever Shown. Our Stock con-
B sists of
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats,
Ladies' and Gents' Furnishings,
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits,
Silk and Shirt Waists
Of all Shades and Styles, and a good many garments are only
one of a kind. Our stock of
Millinery is Extra Fine and Large,
:
And prices we guarantee cheaper than anywhere else, quality
considered.
We do not make you believe that we give a 120 garment for
half price. We do not. and it cannot be done by doing a fair
and square business. But we do claim we give you full value for
your honest dollar, and every one treated alike.
It is impossible to mention all we keep, but please come and
satisfy yourself.
Respectfully Yours,
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