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THE REGISTRATION CLOSED.
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
Want to trade a sewing machine for a
Exceeds the Vale ot ISOS by II.
ÇOOK & CABLE,
milk cow. Inquire at this office. 15lf
Below is a comparative statement of
G. S. Wright, dentist.
Mrs. Jeff Wright of Amity ir repcred the vote cast in Yamhill county iu 1898
C. Grissen’s new stock of wall paper. 6
with the registration of this year, which
For sale—50 sacks of potatoes. W. W.
For Sale—380 acre farm 2)4 miles west closed on the 15th inst:
Nickell, Amity, Or.
Vote 1898 Reg. 19c
Inquire at county
Rooms in Jacobson Block.
Walter Shaul and family aie up from clerk’s offiee.
Auiitv ................. ............. Ifij
M c M inmvillb ,
O regon .
Portland on a visit.
F. E. Rogers was in Portland from Fri Baker Creek. .
Papa, go and C. Grissen, he sells such day until Monday.
J C. MICHAUX, n. D.,
nice pianos and organs. I want one.
New lot of all wool cashmere and serge
Checowen . ........ ............. «74
Dr. S. A. Young and family removed remnants at the Racket store.
Physician and Surgeon, to Portland on Tuesday.
Dundee................. ............ 9»
Mr' and Mrs. Ed Gale were down from E Dayton ...........
Full line of held and garden seeds at Independence on Monday.
M c M innville , O regon .
Duuiels’ produce market as cheap as
The well known optician Dr. Lowe Fairlawn............... ............. 158
Office in Union Block
anywhere in the valley.
will be in McMinnville soon.
Lafayette .......... ............. .181
King, the painter, has given W. L.
3% wide tire wagon with double box, N McMinnville ............. >sy
Warren’s house a new coat.
h . vosf m . d .
and spring seat, only <85, at O. O. Hod S McMinnville.. . ............221
The best field and highway fencing, son’s.
N Newberg......... ............ 219
manufactured at McMinnville Fence
Harvey Walker has taken a position as
Works, 50 cents per rod on orders in May
clerk iu Oliver’s confectionery and bak N Yamhill......... .............. 199
and Surgeon. for May and June deliveries.
Members of the Order of Washington
You will find an A 1 tinner and plum
Office in Wright Block, over Chicago Store.
Residence north end ot E. street.
ber at Hodson’s.
Work the best and
Willamette ........ ............. 129
fair grounds tomorrow.
prices the cheapest.
M c M innville -
O regon .
For sale—114 acres land, with good 7-
Mrs. M. M. Hodson arrived home
room, two-story bouse. On College side Tuesday, from a two-weeks visit with W Chelialem....... ............. 164
near bridge. Enquire at Reporter office. relatives in Portland.
Total................ ............ 3326
Mies Stella Patty returned from a
F. W. Spencer has the Rambler bi
pleasant trip with Dr. and Mrs. Lowe at cycle, in several different models. These
Eugene, on Tuesday.
w heels have the best pneumatic tire ever
Hon. J. E. Magers will speak before
The patent leather ladies’ shoes, made. Call and see them.
Philergian Saturday night, subject, “The
French heel, have anived at Mr. Diel-
David Wallaceiserectingoneof Reed’s Gold Standard and Why?” Good music
superb yard fences in front of bis beauti in addition. AU are invited.
Office rooms 9 and 10, Union Block.
Henry Pearson will serve as engineer ful suburban home west of town.
An error crept into the columns of the
Oregon in Mr. Trudell’s lumber mill west of
Mrs. Myrtle Barnhart and Robt. Hen Transcript in regard to Philergian giving
North Yambill this season. Walter Shaul derson were over troni Salem to attend
no entertainment this year at commence
will run the planer.
Mr. Barnhart’s funeral.
ment. The society will give its regular
For sale—100 acre farm, nearly all in
Robert Venson accompanied Henry performance. Look out for the program,
cultivation. Good location. Best bar Lynch to Eastern Oregon this week,
The Y. W. C. A. and Y. M. C. A. of
gain in the county. Enquire at this office where lie will work on a farm.
the college will serve lunch on election
Mr. D. G. Overholt of Canyon City, day. Ice cream and strawberry short
Dunean Ross received last week a new arrived in the city Tuesday morning on cake will be served. Watch forthesign.
threshing outfit of the latest pattern, in a visit to his daughters, Mrs. D. I. As
Mr. J. R. McKiliop starts for Pacific
cluding the self-feeder. He will be strict bury and Mias Lillie Overholt.
Grove, Calif., to the college summer
NORTH YAMHILL, OR.
ly “in it” this season among the thresh
The Reporter office is showing a fine
Miss Grover gave a very unique Moth
Legal papers written and acknowledgements
er Goose party last Friday evening. All
The St. Charles store will still continue
schools and colleges. Prices were never
of Mother Goose's children were present.
to do business as usual. Thanking you for
cheaper. Call and see them.
Old Mother Hubbard and the old woman
past favors, your patronage is solicited in
Mrs. George Bradley returned from who lived in a shoe assisted their old
the future. You will be given polite at
Portland on Thursdaj' of last week. She friend Mother Goose. The party was one
tention. Mrs. N. E. Kegg.
is receiving treatment from Dr. Miehaux of tlie most pleasant events of the season.
J s. ROSCOE,
Rev. J. F. Ghortnley of Portland, well
for heart trouble, and is being greatly
Croquet is all the rage at the college.
here, is also going to spend his
Enameling in Black and known
The grounds are in the finest condition
vacation at Cape Nome.
The grami lodge of Oddfellows will ever known in the history of the college.
Maroon cheap for Cash In the turmoil and tribulation of poli meet
in annual session next week, in This is due to Mr. Barnum the janitor.
Full line of repairs and all repair work done tics and war, Eisia Wright, the harness Astoria. Wm. Rennie and Al Snyder
in the best style. South side Third Street near maker, nas not been lost sight of.
Summer Normal, Salem, Or.
are delegates from Occidental lodge of
is still doing business at the same old
The fifth annua) summer normal will
stand and is as ready now to give cus
David Robertson, an elderly citizen of open July 2d, and continue up to the
tomers tile best articles for the least
Pleasantdale neighborhood between August examination. Classes will be
money as he ever was Among the lat
formed in all the 22 branches for state
Q STREET MEAT MARKET,
est invoice in his line will be found some Dayton and Wheatland, died Saturday, and county papers. Tuition, <5 for the
very fine buggy robes and fancy bridles.
term. For further information address
Reynolds & Bond, Prop’s.
His riding and buggy whips are good was well advanced in years.
J. J. 1<BAI’S, OR
S upt . G eo . W. J ones ,
Fresh and salt meats and sausages of all
kinds constantly in stock.
Cash paid for
The 28th state reunion of pioneers will have begun work on a new residence cov
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds
be held at Portland June 15th. The ering dimensions of about 30x52 feet, it
of fat stock.
Licanaea to Marry.
state Sunday school convention will he will be occupied by President Boardman
as a residence. A. C. Chandler is build
May 10—Judson Smith, 47, and Mrs.
jy^ATTHIES & CO.,
ing it near his residence.
Sarah Goodrich, 52, both of this county.
The ancients believed that rheumatism
Special sale at the Grange store next
was the woik of a demon within a man. from Salem to his farm recently bought week.
Any one who lias had an attack of sciatic
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds or inflammatory rheumatism will agree the spring work. We saw him on a big
J. Capps & Sons all wool clothing from
$9 to 113 a suit al tlie Grange store.
South side Third St. between B and C.
that the infliction is demoniac enough to load of wire fencing the other day.
A Sunday school picnic will be held in
Judge Galloway was up from Oregon
warrant Ibe belief. It has never been
on Saturday, and registered.
would cast out demons, but it will cure 2flth. An interesting program is pre
Over 4000 pairs of new spring shoes
rheumatism, and hundreds will liear tes pared. Ths McMinnville band will at shown at the Grange store.
I^OOAN & BRADLEY,
timony to the truth of this statement. tend and render music. Everybody is
Miss Nellie Gardner is assisting Ray
One application relieves the pain, and inviteli.
Barnhart on the Sheridan Sun this week.
this quick relief which it affords is alone
The city council has purchased 500 feet
A new line of ladies' Bkirts and shirt
We are located opposite H. C. Burns’ and aim wortli its cost. For sale by S. Howorth of new tire hose. The deal was made
waists at the Grange store.
to give all customers good treatment for little & Co., druggists.
through the John Poole Co. of Portland,
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat
Delos Underwood was in town yester
Chas. Griesen was in demand as a and the old boilers formerly in use at the
principal speaker at a number of beet- water ami light plant were turned in at day, after an illness of over seven weeks.
eugar meetings held in Marion county f200 as part payment therefor.
The last man to sign the registration
opposite Newberg last week. The object,
Richard Kinney of Carthage, Mo., is roll in McMinnville was W. H. Morris,
was to create enthusiasm iu encouraging
here on a visit to his uncle and aunt, Mr. the blacksmith.
the establishment of the beet sugar fac
Glen Shafer of Salem was visiting at
and Mrs. J. B. Gardner. Mr. Kinney
tory at Newberg. The list of pledges fi r spent ten months in the service of Uncle the home of his uncle, F. C. Ferguson,
Manufactures ana Deals in
acreage of beets is said to be growing well Sam on the eastern side of the continent, during the week.
tip to the 3000 acre mark, and encourag
getting as far south as Georgia.
Dr. Cable is expecting his brother, now
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
ing word is being received from Dr.
a resident of Portland, to remove with
fcpdbrushes, and sells them cheaper than they Korn, the leading projector. It is figured
his family to this city during the month.
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette that this factory would put a half-million hill lodge D. of H. will serve ice cream
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are
Mrs E. S. Warren feft for Browns
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them. dollars into circulation yearly among the
farmers, which would be the equal ot 32,- spectfully solicit your patronage. An art ville yesterday, to see her mother, Mrs.
000 acres of wheat at 50 cents a bushel, I gtllery will be operated in connection, in I C. C. Sperry, who is reported quite ill.
Friends of Mrs. Bent. Coulter gave her
if beets j ielded 15 tons per acre and sold j w hich, for a small fee, you can see works
of art that will open your even with as a surprise party Wednesday evening, just
ßROWER & SON,
at *4 per ton, and this is not taking into
previous to her leaving for Sumpter to
consideration the increased value of the tonishment and wonder.
We knew we were getting to the front join her husband.
land or other crops that might be grown
upon it, or the uses which might made of alright lately, hut we hadn’t quite seen
H. S. Maloney was not a candidate for
the remaining pulp. The Southern Pa ourselves as others evidenti}’ have. A any office at this election, but a large
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful
aly on the down train Monday morning number of electors having nominated
handling guaranteed. Collection, will be made cific railroad has made a freight rate on
monthly Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
beets of 50 cents per ton within 2o miles disembarked at the station here with all him by petition, he lias accepted the
her baggage and when informed by con nomination fur surveyor on the Bryan
of tfie factory, should it be built.
A most successful joint teachers’ in ductor Tommy that this was not her des ticket.
A fine home in Fairlawn addition.
tination, incredulously asked “Isn’t this
All of the stock of the Burns building
A good 1 h story house, good barn, plen stitute for Yamhill and Polk counties Portland ?” There will be more mistakes
association recently incorporated has
ty of fruit, all cleared and enclosed by
picket and board fence. Inquire of
day last. The meeting was addressed by like that and room for them when we I lieen subscribed, and the building will go
W. R D ebby ,
Senator B. F. Mulkey, of Polk county, get that beet sugar factory........... For up according to plans. The stockholders
who delivered a most inteiesting lecture some time Dr. H. J. Littefield has been 1 were to have held a meeting last evening
the life and work of Alexander liarn wanting to take an extended vacation, for the election of a board of directors.
tli verait ie,l I arullllg Bort Pa, !
ilton. The following also delivered able and now the way has opened for one
The Sheridan public school will close
There is no doubt but that the farmers
and interesting addresses: Superintend-j which will certainly “pay” him from all a successful term of eight months today,
of Yamhill county now realize that rais- .
points of view. He has received the ap
ent Littlefield, of Yamhill county; Super- .
1 the 18th. There will be sixteen gradu
ing cattle, sheep, goats, hogs and chick- .
intendenl Hart, of Polk county; Profes pointment of acting assistant surgeon on ates from the 8th grade, and two from
ens pays. The St. Charles store appreci- j
sors Frappe, of Sheridan; Snuffer, of the U. S revenue cutter Perry, which the 9th. The closing exercises will take
ates this most beneficial change and is
Auiity; Northrup, of McMinnville; and will probably start al>ont June 1 on a six place in the city park, with recitations,
now enlarging for the increasing trade
others. Excellent vocal music was fur months cruise in the northern waters of 1 music, etc., and will wind up wiih a dish
in consequence. Maj’ 1st our large store
the Behring Sea fisheries. In addition
nished by a double quartet, consisting of
of ice cream for each of the pupils.
will be completed, when our Splendid (
to the enjoyment of the trip and the re
Mesdames Emma Buster, Anna Bewley,
And now comes Elder Lindsey of the
stock can be displayed to better advan
Maud Scroggin end Laura Howe, and
Chrietian church, and says he will join
tage, and will be central for ladies from
Messrs. J. W. Buster, J. R. Sanders, Jr., j
the throng to leave on the 24th inst. for
the country to get a chair while waiting
J. M. Chapman and Z. F. Sears. Miss fifty dollars a month is an interesting the gold fielde of Cape Nome. Hie
Notice is called to the planked place on
item. Doc has been up in Seattle the
(ieriia Davie acted as accomr«nist in a
B street for tying horses.
past week, where the Perry is iu harbor, church has granted him a three months'
most efficient manner. Miss Amy Mor
welcome to visit this splendid trade de
moving his medicines, and making ar leave of absence, and he has purchased
ris pleased the audience by three most
pot. You'll he given polite attention.
rangement for the trip —Newberg Graph hie ticket. He will take with him an or
excellent recitations, The success of
gan from Mr. Griesen’s music store, and
N. E. K e GG, Prop
three instill.les is largely due to the un
will bold religions service« among the ar
gonauts, playing hi« own accompani
George Flesher, now working in a tiring energy of Sept Lit tie field, and
*esrt th« signature of CHxs. H PLsrcnxa.
ments. Brother Lindsay is a rustier, and
planing mill near Chehalis, Wash., is teachers and leading school patrons are
in the matter of gold hunting, may find
la use for more thaa thirty years and
expected home on a visit about the time eaid to 1« almost a unit in favoring hie
more than any of them
re-election to the office for another term. (
pf the election.
We have opened up in the last few days large lines of
Warm Weather Goods.
Prices are Right.
Styles are New, Bright and Correct.
Better make your Selections Now.
Notary Public and
New Suu Umbrellas and Parasols.
Another invoice of the Famous Royal
Line in plain and fancy effects.
50 Ladies' Silk Waists in original styles.
Ten pieces new Scotch Dimities, dainty, 5 cases of Men's Fine Dress Shoes—the
pretty stripes, price 25c.
justly celebrated Snow make.
New Mercerized Silk, stripes and checks, The fatuous Peerless line of Ladies’ Mus
for waists, 25, 35 and 50c.
lin Underwear. Prices lower than you
can make them.
50 dozen Men's Hot Weather Under
wear. You should see our 50c Balbrig
20 Dozen New Petticoats in fancy colors
gan—it’s a beauty.
New Spring Patterns in Monarch Fancy
Shirts—the most perfect fitting shirt in Another invoice of those famous C. & B.
Business Suits for men. They are tail
ored equal to the finest custom made.
10 cases Men’s Fur, Crash and Straw
New Summer Corsets, long and short
Hats, all the latest spring blocks.
500 pieces New Ribbons, in Taffetas, Sat
50 dozen new Silk Gloves and Mitts.
in and Gros Grain.
We are still selling you Ladies'
Finely cut and made, at simply Cost of Material.
Making thrown in.
THE CHICAGO STORE.
¡Ify? ZUcTniniwilk National 23ank
Of McHINNVILLE, OREGON.
S urplus and
P aid C apital , <50,000
P rofits , <25,000
Transacts a General Banking business ami extends to Its patrons every facility
consistent with safe and prudent banking
L. E. Cowls
W. L. Warren
Lee Laughlin, Pres.
J. L. Rogers, Vice Pres.
E.C. Apperson, Cashier W. S. Link, Asst. Cashier
Office hour* 9 a. m. to 4 p. m..
Hodson’s Line of Wall Paper
His Paints are High Quality.
Examine the BOTTLED ENERGY of his
Truck and Dray Co
TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1900
The entire stock of Ladies’ Trimmed and Sail
or Hats, Flowers and all Summer Capes and
Jackets in Silk and Cloth at cost.
We always do just as we advertise. Come early
and get your pick. A full line of
Summer Dress Goods.
5J. ^aeebaen 4 Yle.
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