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W. M. Wardle has a daughter ill of
G. S. Wright, dentist.
F. W. Spencer has sold over one hun pneu monia.
Miss Ella Hendrick is a new clerk at
dred bicycles this season.
G. S. Wright, dentist.
the Grange store.
the M c M innville
C. Grissen’s new stock of wall paper. 6
Mrs. W. J. Strong of Carlton visited
cigar maker at Wiesner A Ekstein's.
3 spools of thread for 10c at the Grange
friends in this city yesterday.
The 2-vearold daughter of Mayor Ma
milk cow. Inquire at this office. 15tf
Miss Sadie Gortner arrived home from
loney is very ill with pneumonia.
Portland on Friday.
It is understood that the city council
and spring seat, only $85, at O. O. Hod
Paid ii|» Capital, $50,000 To Rent—a house and barn on A street. son’s.
men are liable to get together in this
Enquire of L. R oot , First street.
Call and settle your accounts with way: One faction will submit a name
l’apu, go and C. Griesen, he sells such Warren St. Soti.
for one vacancy and the other faction
y TraiiNKClh a Genvral Banking Ruxini-M.
nice pianos and organs. I want one.
for the other vacancy, each faction
Office Hours 9 a. in. to 4 p. in.
agreeing to vote for the choice of the
The C. E. society of the Christian Hillsboro on Monday.
other. It is hoped they will do this for
church are making arrangements to serve
The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian the good of the city.
LEE LAUGHLIN, President.
ice cream and cake election day, June
J L. ROUERS, Vice-President.
one vear for $2, strictly in advance
The first grove picnic, of the season,
'E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
Henry Bills and wife were down from known as the “True Steel,” occurred on
W. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier.
I ull line of field and garden seeds at
Dallaa to spend Sunday with their par Saturday before Easter at the farm of
Daniels’ produce market as -cheap as ents.
Knight Olds, which is reported as a
anywhere in the valley.
Wire cloth for fanning mills, at the happy party. The following persons
For sale—\% acres land, with good 7- Fence Works.
under the chaperonage of Miss Grover
room, two-story house. On College side
R. P. Earhart returned last Monday were present: Misses Kathleen Bird,
p E. GOUCHER, M. D„
near bridge. Enquire at Reporter office.
from the east, where he has beeu visit Floreuce Dielschneider, Pearl Grover,
The patent leather ladies’ shoes, ing since last fall.
Matty and Mollie Patty. Ambia Daniels,
French heel, have arrived at Mr. Diel-
Store fixtures for sale. Enquire of Eva Hall, Bessie Pugb, Freda Latou-
rette, Messrs. George Adams, Arthur
Warren & Son, McMinnville, Or.
Office over McMinnville National Bank.
For Sale—380 acre farm 2J4 miles west
Ira Nelson of Portland and Hal Hen Lambert, Dell Warren, and George Mc
Inquire at county
M c M inxvill »
O ripon . of McMinnville.
derson left for Meadow lake Wednesday Cutcheon.
The Barlow Minstrel troupe played to
on a fishing expedition.
Wire cloth for fanning mills, at the
£00K & CABLE,
Garden seed 3c a package at the a rather small house Monday evening,
probably owing to the high price of ad
mission. The company is a really worthy
We are going to Nome and must have
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Walker visited E.
money. Please call and settle your ac
one. The solo and chorus singing
P. Walker, an uncle and prominent bus
W arren & S on .
was superb, and the display of costumes
iness man of Salem last Saturday.
Rooms Üi Jacobson Block,
was more gorgeous ’ban is often seen
F. W. Spencer has the Rambler bi
Mrs. S. Simmons and Miss Rose here. Their eud men bad a lot of new
McM innvilli ,
O regon .
cycle, in several different models. These Fletcher will remove to Pendleton about
jokes, which created much laughter.
wheels have the best pneumatic tire ever May 1st, where Mr. Simmons is already
I C. MICHAUX, n. D.,
Their club swinging artist was an adept,
made. Call and see them.
who has attained the highest state of
W. Wright lost a good cow recent
F. H. Barnhart was down to Portland perfection in his specialty. The band
Physician and Surgeon, ly W.
from sickness. The Transcript men on Monday, securing further equipment made the most attractive street parade
tions similar loss by Chas. Griesen, Colon for his Sheridan Sun plant. He is mak seen in many a day, and played thor
M c M innville , O regon .
Eberhard, Jacob Seitters, J. T. Converse ing a very creditable paper.
ough "ragtime” music, every fellow
and A. V. R. Snyder.
Office in Union Block.
Marion Palmer and Miss Eva Fletcher playing without manuscript, which is a
Sheriff Henderson has issued 117 bi daughter of W. H. Fletcher, were mar performance rarely seen.
cycle receipts for this year.
About an ried by Justice Snyder at Guy Sully's res
yy H. VOSE, M. D.
Diversified Farming Does Pay!
equal number have been issued by out idence east of this city on Tuesday,
There is no doubt but that the farmers
of Yamhill county now realize that rais
Dr. W. H. Vose, late of Humphrey, Eugene.
ing cattle, sheep, goats, hogs and chick
pies the McKinney residence. His office southern sky by some local residents on ens pays. The St. Charles store appreci
is being fitted up over the Chicago store. the evening of the 16th, and they de ates this most beneficial change and is
Office ill Wright Block, over C hicago Store.
Residence north end ot E. street.
See his card in this paper.
scribe it as surpassing anything of the now enlarging for the increasing trade
in consequence. May istour large store
The one mishap at the electric plant kind they ever saw. It was generally will be completed, when our splendid
during the time of installing the new
stock can be displayed to bet ter advan
We regret to report that McMinn
machinery occurred this week, when
tage, and will be central for ladies from
Harvey Bogue bad a wire nail forced ville’s excellent citizen and young attor the country to get a chair while waiting.
ney, Manin Rhodes, has suffered a re
P L. CONNER,
through one of his fingers.
Notice is called to the planked place on
lapse since laBt week, and is very ill
B street for tying horses.
The republican primaries will be held
from a solidified lung, the result of welcome to visit this splendid trade de
in the four city precincts Saturday, at 2
pneumonia. His friends are all sincere pot. You’ll be given polite attention.
p. in., as follows: Baker Creek, at Jones
ly hoping for bis recovery.
N. E. K egg , Prop.
& Adams’ carpenter shop; Fairlawn, in
We understand that owing to the ex
the old McMinnville hotel; North Mc
Office rooms 9 and 10, Union Block.
44. C. T. EJ. Notes.
Minnville, at the court house ; South Mc pense of entertaining the stale band
interesting bible lesson was
Oregon Minnville, at the opera house.
in June, but will go to Salem,who agrees conducted by Mrs. E. A. Cook, subject,
A new street clock with advertising to put up. We can’t have everything, “The Resurrection,” at the last regular
face has been placed between L. E. and it is very possible to have too much meeting of the W. C. T. U. It was pre
Walker's and M. E. Hendrick’s grocery drawing on the beneficence of a com pared especially for the Eastertide ser
stores,by Joe Fellner. At first it had a munity. At least this is a comfortable vices. These meetings from week to week
tendency to strike after the manner of a view to take at this time.
for prayer, bible study and making plans
snare drum, but it is gradually getting
Those large rolls of grass matting in for effective work, are very beneficial,
regular in its habits, and can be heard
the window at Estes' furniture store indi and all women are very cordially wel
over a block distant.
cate something new in the line of mat comed. The subject for today, (Friday)
There is at present a slight falling of! ting and rugs Grass matting is said to is “Child Culture.” Ladies come to the
NORTH YAMHILL, OR.
in the prices of sheep and wool due, savs wear well, and is sold at a very low price. M. E. church, lecture room, south door,
Legal papers written and acknowledgements the Crook County Journal, probably, to Estes also has a full line of Chinese mat at 2:30 o'clock, Friday.
speculative manipulations of the market ting, in different patterns.
The prices which were offered 2 or 3
T he money circulation of the coun
J. R. Derby ami L. P Pond, two aged
mouths ago Ly buyers w ishing to contract
which was $1,509,725,200 on
men who are neighbors west ot town and
for this season’s dip were made only
who have been commiserating each other July 1, 1896, had increased to $2,002,-
with a full knowledge of enisling and
in severe illness for several weeks, are 931,791 on March 1, 1900. This was
J S. ROSCOE,
prospective eupplies of wool, and grow
both much improved, Mr. Pond having a gain of nearlj’ five hundred million
Enameling in Black and
been over to town this week, and Mr. dollars in three years and a half. Of
sent shading in prices.
Derby is able to he up and around his this increase $295,150,584 was in
Maroon cheap for Cash Russell A Co , the enterprising ma house.
gold coin and gold certificates. Dur
Full line of repairs and all repair work done chinery dealers, with headquarters for
All the new spring goods at the Grange
ing the same length of time, what
in the Lest style. South side Third Street near
store will be sold at removal sale prices.
could the free silverites have done if
lieve in advertising the goods the.v have
The officers of the Grand Court of For
for sale. Their advertisement will be esters instituted a court at Independence they had secured control of the gov
found from time to time in this paper, ou Wednesday, April 4th, under very fa ernment? According to their own
we ask that our friends in writing vorable auspices, initiating 49 member«. theories, they would have had a
0 STREET MEAT MARKET,
them, state w here they saw their name. The order is progressing quite rapidly in largo number of “50-cent dollars to
Their business the past few years hae in southern Oregon. Since January 1st pay debts with."
Reynolds & Bond, Prop’s.
creased wonderfully, and they anticipate there have Iteen established courts in Al
Fresh and salt meats and sausages of all receiving their full share of this year’s bany, Corvallis, Shedde, Medford and
G eorge A. S teel , chairman of the
kinds constantly in stock.
Cash paid for orders
They build good machinery and Ashland, making an addition of 500
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds
state central committee,
look after the wante of their customers. menitiers to the membership of Oregon.
of fat stock.
authority given him on
Uncle James Baxter was 9o years of There may be an effort made to organize
to select a secretary,
age on Thursday, April 5. Apparently be
jy|ATTHIES & CO.,
has appointed Willis S. Duniway sec
divides his time between his children, the coming ticket of the democrats in retary and Major J. P. Keunedj' as
sometimes making hie home with child this county, and believes it w ill prove sistant secretary of the committee.
ren at Portland, and at other times with I reasonably correct, with the exception of Graham Glass, who has acted as sec
Choice, Fresh Meats, A11 Kinds his eon S. R. Baxter of Dayton. He has
1 representatives, which is a matter of retary of the committee for the past
South side Third St. between B and C.
been here several weeks, and almost considerable doubt. It would not be two years, will give his attention
every day is to be seen on the street, ' surprising if Capte. Maloney and Heath largely to the local campaign in Mult
passing to and fro visiting his many were named for these places. Other
nomah county, being a member of the
friends. He is firm and erect, and is wise, as follows : Sheriff, Ward Sitton;
and county central committee.
more active than many men much treasurer, D. M. Caldwell; clerk, II. C.
younger. Mr. Baxter removed from Gist; recorder, IVm. Scott; assessor, E.
Madison, Indiana, to Oregon at an if. Mosier; coroner, Dr. J. D. Baker;
early day.—Dayton Herald.
commissioner, D. I. Pierce. This con
We are located opposite H. C. Burns’ and aim
There is difficulty to locate some peo cedes two offices to the populist«. Of
to give all customers good treatment for little
< ► Come to The Reporter Office for
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat ple in politics thia year, as usual.
For I course if fusion should not be effected, < ►
instance, J. C. Cooper was lapt week en
! J Typewriter Papers
rolled as a democratic delegate from Local democrats predict that fusion is no < ’
South McMinnville precinct. At the go this year, but we have wagered pea ;; Marriage Certificates
populist convention in tbia county he nuts that it is.
I Legal Blanks
The third quarterly conference of the
was made a member of the fusion advis
ory committee and sent as a delegate to McMinnville M. E. church will he held
Manufactures and Deals fn
the state convention. Al Portland be at McCabe next Saturday at 4 in the af
wae chosen by the state central commit ternoon. All members of this conference
tee of the eo-ealled "silver republicana” are urged to lie present on this occasion,
SADDLES. BRIDLES. SPURS,
to go to Kansas City and whoop it up for and to have report« ready. Rev. J. W.
FIR FENCE POSTS
-ndbni-hes. and sells them cheaper than they Bryan. Which party does he belong to? Williams of Amity will act as presiding
can he bought anywher. else in the Willamette |
Valley Our all dome made sets of harness are There is, in fact, no such thing as a sil elder in the absence of Rev. D. A. Wat
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy tbem. ]
ver republican, and if we were a popn- ters, who has gone east to attend the
will ontwesr redsr. It la altos
Iist 01 a democrat we would demand that general conference session of the M. E. RADICAL REMEDY AGAINST CHICKEN LICE
Mr. Cooper renounce all tilings republi church which meets in May. On Sun
Itt application to the inalda walla of poultry
can before he could train with us. We day morning Mr. Williams will preach
bounce will permanently exterminate all
gROWER & SON,
would suggest a« a cartoon for Mr. Coop in the M. E. church, and also in the
Lie*. Result.: HEALTHY CHICK
er’« “Campaign" an attempt to locate evening at 8, at which time the sacra
Write for circulars and prices and mention
the true political affiliation of the editor. ment of the Lord’s supper will be admin
Admiral Dewey might be worked into istered, this service being held at Mc
O. O. HODSON, Agent,
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful the picture also. The job would certain Cabe at 3 p. m. Sunday afternoon.
handling guaranteed. Collections will be made ly keep the artist busy.
erybody is cordially invited to attend.
Bfontbly Hauling ofall kinds done cheap.
Don’t Be Store Dressed !
Manufacturer stands back of us, so our
guarantee is broad and liberal.
Don’t buy of the dealer who makes you
is an exact science nowadays, and we’ve
got the manufacturer who knows how to
make his every suit a made-to-order in fit
and style and finish, and save you half
the usual cost.
Come and See
the new Business Suits—sack coats and
cutaways, single or double breasted waist
coats—the nobbiest and best clothes you
will find outside of New York.
BLUE SERGES—The great “C & B” specialty—have
an air of distinction—the most pleasing effects imaginable
for the Spring and Summer.
Come in and see the new styles—all the different mod
els of underwear.
Newest Ties, Hats and Furnishings.
THE CHICAGO STORE,
Notary Public and
Truck and Dray Co
• Hodson’s Line of Wall Paper
His Paints are High Quality.
Examine the BOTTLED ENERGY of his
Special 7 days sale on 5 strong numbers, commencing
SATURDAY, APRIL 21, and will continue till SATUR
DAY EVENING, ARRIL 28.
No. 1—Keystone Extra, power loom, regular prices 35, 37J and 38* cents;
sale price, 29 cents per yard.
No. 2—C. C. Union extra power, regular prices 40 and 45 cents; sale
• price, 33 cents per yard.
No. 3—Wool, extra super, regular prices 50, 52, 55 and 58 cents; sale price
No. 4—Handloom Kider muster, all wool ingrain, regular prices 65, 68 and
70 cents; sale price 55 cents per yard.
No. 5—3-4 extra tapestry Brussels, regnlar prices 75, 80, 85 and 90 cents;
sale price 55 cents per yard.
Ladies’ Tailor-Made Suits
Any Lady purchasing a Taiior-Made Suit from Saturday,
April 21, to Saturday, May 5, will be presented with a nice
Parasol or a nice summer umbrella free of charge.
Curtains and Tapestry
A large line of Lace Tapestry and Chenille Curtains of
the very latest designs just arrived, and they will go at Bed-
5?. faeebden 4 'Gc.
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