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Miss Estella Noll arrived home Monday
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
Miss Lei ah Davis is visiting with evening from Roseburg.
QOOK & CABLE,
Miss Hallie Reynolds returned Monday
friends at Franklin, Oregon.
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
from a visit to friends in Dallas.
For sale—50 sacks of potatoes. W. W.
Inquire at county
Over 4000 pairs of new spring shoes
Nickell, Aunty, Or.
shown at the Grange store.
Eggs taken in trade at Miss Eva Mar-
Mrs. A. E. Latourette is visiting rela
Mrs. M. E. Hendrick has been visiting
Room* In Jacobson Block,
in Independence for a few days.
tives in Oregon City this week.
Full line of Held and garden seeds at
J. Capps A Sons all wool clothing from
Another evidence of prosperity is the
Daniels’ produce market as cheap as
fact that the price of barbed wire is down $9 to |13 a suit at tlie Grange store.
J C. MICHAUX, n. D.,
anywhere in the valley.
$1 per hundred pounds, and all wire
R. L. Conner returned home Wednes
John A. Jeffery, tlie union nominee and fencing in proportion.
evening from a business trip to
Physician and Surgeon, for district attorney, was in the city dur
3'i wide tire wagon with double box, Portlaud.
ing the week.
and spring seat, only $85, at O. O. Hod
F. W. Fentou has been able between !
M c M innville , O regon .
Tlio beet field aud highway fencing, son’s.
showers to have his dwe'liug painted’
manufactured at McMinnville Fence
Office in Union Block.
A learned scientist says the earth is white.
Woiks, 50 cents per rod on orders in May
at the rate of three inches a
Mrs. M. J. Micbaux leaves this morn*
for May and June deliveries.
yy H. VOSE, M. D.
year. Acting on this suggestion a great i lg for Ashland, North Carolina, ubich
Dr. Lowe the oculo-optician will be in mnny people are anxious to get posses
will be her future home.
McMinnville on June 7th, Sth and 9th. sion of the earth before it dwindles
Hon. W. L. Tooze is billed to speak
The “roses rare” in McMinnville gar away.
at North Yamhill Tuesday evening next,
and Surgeon. dens, are said to be more lovely this year You will find an A 1 tinner and plum upon political issues.
than usual, perhaps owing to their scar ber at Hodson’s. Work the best and
N. E. Kegg returned from Salem on
city last year.
Office in Wright Block, over Chicago Store.
prices the cheapest.
Tuesday, and is attending to business be
Residence north end of E. street.
For sale—1 G acres land, with good 7-
Mr. 8. D. Crawford, who lately bought hind liis counters again.
M c M innville - - - - O regon . room, two-story bouse. On College side
a home io this city, has been having the
W. Lair Thompson intends starting to
near bridge. Enquire at Reporter office. premises neatly fixed up ami beautified.
for Se&ttle, where he will take part
W. C. T. U. county executive commit
Mrs. A. J. Apperson and daughter in the interstate oratorical contest.
tee will meet in Dayton May 25th. Elva left Portland yesterday for the
Hon. C. W. Fulton will be in McMinn
Members will please attend.
sound, and will take the steamer today ville next Friday, June 1st, and will de
Mrs. Grover Co. Pres.
for their home at Sitka.
liver an address in the evening.
The patent leather ladies’ shoes,
B. L. Eddy, republican candidate for
Mrs. C. F. Daniels, Mrs. W. S. Wright,
French heel, have ariived at Mr. Diel- joint representative of Yamhill and Till
and Mrs. R. P. Ungerman are in Astoria
amook, will speak at Sheridan at 8 o’clock this week, attending the Rebekah grand
Do not wait till the stock is all picked Monday evening next; Amity Tuesday- assembly.
Office rooms 9 and 10, Union Block.
over to buy your trimmed hats. They evening at 8; Lafayette Thursday even
The heavy wind of Wednesday shook
Oregon are already marked down at Miss Eva ing at 8, and North Yamhill Friday after
a bushel of green cherries from the
noon at two o’clock.
trees at the David Wallace home west of
For sale—100 acre farm, nearly all in
Next Sunday evening the pastor of town.
cultivation. Good location. Best bar the M. E. church will preach as usual.
Delos tinderwood has suffered a re
gain in the county. Enquire at this office His subject will be, “The Peace of God.”
A E. McKERN
lapse, from getting out too early, and
In the morning this church will join
has been lower than ever the past week.
Owing to repairs being made, the with the others in the union memorial
There is still hope of his recovery.
county bridge across the Yamhill at service which will be held at tlie court
Married, May 16, 1900, Mrs. Sarah
house at It o’clock.
Dayton has been closed to traffic.
Goodrich and Judson Smith. The cere
Dean Cook’s team ran away Saturday
Subjects at the Christian church next
NORTH YAMHILL, OR.
mony was performed at the home of Mr.
Bird’s day: Morning, “The Hidden night. After circling around the college J. A. Frisbie by Prof. E. Northup.
Evening, “The Gospel they brought up against the section of
Legal papers written and acknowledgements Treasures.”
The town of Lakeview was wiped out
American fence put up by* Reed along
Net.” Everybody cordially invited.
by fire Tuesday evening, only one busi
F. \V. Spencer has the Rambler bi
ness house escaping. That was the drug
cycle, in several different models. These fence was uninjured, but you ought to store of I'r. Daly, candidate for congress.
wheels have the best pneumatic tire ever
F. IL Johuson the jeweler lias effected
There will be no preaching services at
made. Call and see them.
J S. ROSCOE,
a conditional sale of his busiuess in this
A cleansing crusade has been inaugu
to J. A. Richards late of Montana.
Enameling in Black and rated at Astoria; cleaning up the town count of the memorial service at the city,
Pos“ession will be given June 1st, if the
order to guard against a spread of bu
terms of sale are completed.
Maroon cheap for Cash in
bonic plague should it by chance be will have charge of the services and will
John G. Woolley, the prohibition ora
Full line of repairsand all repair work done brought to that port.
in the best style. South side Third Street near
tor, had a good audience at the court
The demand for evaporated potatoes
The Cape Nome argonauts from this house Friday evening, but the impres
for the Cape Nome trade has stimulated
consisting of Elder and Mrs. Lind sion he made as a speaker seemed to be
business down at the Dayton fruit and
L., Thos. and Dell Warren, Thos. disappointing to most of the people who
vegetable dryer, and business was re
Henry Oliver, and Ernest Hen heard him. He did not take kindly to
sumed there last Monday on a run of
Q STREET MEAT MARKET,
all in Portland, and expect to the western habit people have of going In
sail tomorrow for tlie golden shores of and out during a speech, and whenever
The Reporter office is showing a fine
Reynolds & Bond, Prop’s.
Nome, if the ship, which is in quaran any one rose to leave the room, he would
line of commencement samples for
pause to remark that “small vessels are
at Astoria, should be released.
Fresh and salt meats and sausages of all s. hools and colleges. Prices were never
soon filled.” So there was lack of good
kinds constantly in stock.
Cash paid for
Populists have secured the court house
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds cheaper. Call and see them.
breedington both sides.
of fat stock.
The Nome rush is on! Almost every for tomorrow, Saturday, when ex-Sena-
train from the East brings dozens of tor W. M. Howard of Alabama will ad ■.Hfuyetle Seminary Commence.
J^ATTHIES & CO.,
men to Portland and Seattle, and every dress the people from a true populist
program will begin
steamer that leaves for the north is load
this, Friday evening, and end on Wed
ed with these men and their outfits. reputation as an orator. The time of his nesday of next week.
Most all seetn to be going to Nome rath address as announced w ill be 1 :30 in the
Friday, at 7:30, a piano recital by the
graduating class of the musical depart
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
It is now reported as true that the bu- 1 ment.
Mr. Overholt, who was a McMinnville bonic plague has reached San Francisco,
South side Third St. between B and C.
Sunday —n a. tn., Baccalaureate ser
visitor last week, left Saturday for Asto
and the port of Astoria is quarantined mon by D. M. Metzger, principal; 7:30
ria, accompanied by Mrs. Asbury and until the truth is definitely ascertained. p. m., sermon to the Y. W. C. A. and Y.
Miss Lillie Overholt, he being a delegate The government baa authority' under the M. C, A., by Rev. S. J. Lindsay of Port
to the Odd Fellows’ grand lodge. From inter-state commerce act to quarantine' Monday—7:30 p. in., anniversary of
0OGAN & BRADLEY,
there he will return to his home, with
all trains entering the state from San Psi Phi literarj’ society.
Tuesday—to a. tn., meeting of board
his daughter Miss Lillie.
Francisco, and, if found necessary, this of trustees. 2:30 p. iu., recital by musical
The contractors for the construction of will be done.
department; 7:30p.m., annual address
Tlie Ball place in north McMinnville ie before the literary society, by Rev. W.
We are located opposite H. C. Burns’ and aim the Yamhill locks say they are deter
to give all customers good treatment for little mined to complete the job this summer. near the line of the Southern Pacific, H. Kellogg, D. D., of Portland.
money. Bath rooms in connection, Your pat
Wednesday—10a. tn., commencement;
It is a righteous decision, and one that and people passing through seldom fail
2:30 p. m. class day exercises; 7:30 p. tn.,
the farmers in this section will heartily to see it. Mr. Butchers, who purchased alumni program.
To these services everybody is cordial
the place last fall, has been improving
There will be no preaching service at the grounds aud building in a manner! ly invited. Welcome to all.
the Cumberland Presbyterian church creditable to tlie ap[>earance of our city, I
next Sunday. The morning sei vice is mid io his suburban home.
Press. IT. II. Newhall
Manufactures and Deals in
‘ During Wednesday s windstorm Ar- j appointed administrator. Bonds fixed at
vice and tlie pastor will dismiss the eve
tliur S inlli had his house blocked up and ! $j,ooo, filed and approved, J. H. Nelson
ning service and remain at Albany in at
was engaged in putting a firm foundation VV. G. Henderson and J. M. Yocum ap
tendance at the State C. E. Convention.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
underneath, when tlie building suddenly pointed appraisers.
^nd brushes, and »ells them cheaper than they
moved for a reconsideration. The mo-, Estate of F. II. Barnhart. Emma F.
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette their services as usual.
tion prevailed, and Mr. Smith and the! Barnhart appointed administrator. Bond
Valley. Out all home made sets of barium art
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
In the turm.il and tribulation of poli workmen narrowly escaped being crushed
fixed at $5,000, filed and approved. J.
tics and war, Efi.ia Wi iglit, the harness beneath the timbers. The honBe will be
G. Eckman, D. I. Asbury and E. C. Ap
tnaker, nas not been lost sight of. He straightened up.
person appointed appraisers. Inventory
is still doing busiiies at the same old
The veterans of the civil war will be aud appraisment filed and approved.
ßROWER & SON»
stand and is as ready now to give cus joined by’ the veterans of the Spanish
Guardianship of Robt. H. Clark, a
tomers tlie best articles for the least war in the observance of Memorial day
minor. Report filed and approved.
money as he ever was. Among the lat in thia city. A short and appropriate
Estate of James Johnson. Report of
est invoice in his line will be found some service will lie held at the cemetery at 10
sale of personal property approved Fi
very fine buggy robes and fancy bridles. o'clock Wednesday morning, and at 2 p.
nal account filed and set for hearing
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful
handling guaranteed. Collectionswill be made His riding and buggy whips are good m. a memorial service will be held at the I
July 3d, 1900. Executrix ordered to dis
monthly. Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
court house. Erastua Smith, who served ' tribute money on hand as prayed for.
The ancients believed that rheumatism with Co. I., Second Oregon, will de
Estate of Elizabeth Jane Hadaway.
was the woik of a demon within a man. liver an address. The musical program Report of administrator as to taxes filed
FIR FENCE POSTS
Any one who has had an attack of sciatic will be under direction of Mrs. Evenden. and approved. Petition to sell real es
tate tiled and Monday, July 2d. 1900, at
or inflammatory rheumatism will agree
Yamhill lodge No. 10 D. of II. at their It o’clock set to hear same. Citation to
that the infliction is demoniac enough to ice cream socisl and art gallery Saturday be issued to heirs at law.
will outwear cedar. It is also a
It has never been afternoon aud evening had gross receipts
RADICAL REMEDY AGAINST CIIICKEN LICE warrant the belief
claimed that Chamberlain's Pain Balm
Must Get Ip Early.
to the amount of $31. The art gallery
Its application to the inside walls of poultry
would cast out demons, but it will cure contained about 18 B|>eeimenB, which
Persona who desire to witness the
houses will permanently exterminate all
rheumatism, and hundreds will bear tes proved highly interesting in the manner ; eclipse of the sun next Monday must not
Lice. Results: HEALTHY CHICK
timony to the truth of this statement. in which high-sounding titles of art pro oversleep. It will be necessary to rise
Write for Circulars and prices and mention
One application relieves the pain, and ductions could be illustrated without the with the sun in order to be in at the en
this quick relief which it affords is alone
tire performance. The schedule time
its cost. For sale by 8. Howorth use of much paint. The ice cream was for the eclipse to begin, in Yambill, will
O. O. HODSON, Agent, <k worth
first-class, and so was the gallery—as a
be 5:03 in the morning, and it will end
After having devoted nearly 10 years parody on fakery.
at 6:35. Eight digits, or two-thirds of
’ ADMINISTRATRIX’S NOTICE.
of the best part of his life to the work of
the sun's disc will be obscured here.
building up Pacific College, at Newberg, Bear« the signature of C has . H F letcher .
The path of the total eclipse will be only
OTICE 1, hereby given that the undersigned President Thomas Newlin has tendered
Xn use for more than thirty years, and
60 miles wide, and covers the United
ba. l>een by the county court of Yamhill
N ’ county,
Oregon, duly appointed administratrix his resignation as president of the col
FAr Kind Yon Havi Alwayt Bought,
States from New Orleans to Cape Henry
of the' estate of F. H. Barnhart, deceased.
lege. He resigns to accept the vice-presi
and Charles. The further away from
Sow, therefore, all persons having claim«
Rnmmer Mrmal< taiem« Or.
V-inst said estate are hereby notified and re dency of the Wilmington (O.) College,
this palb one is at the time the smaller
quired to present the same duly verified to the
The fifth annual summer normal will I the eclipse will appear.
undersigned, at her residence in McMinnville. and will leave with his family early in
Yamhillcounty. Oregon within six months from July. President Newlin is one of the open July 2d, and continue np to the!
the .late hereof.
plated May 19th. 1IW.
best educators and most devoted men [ Angust examination, ('lasses will lie!
F.4MA F. BARNHART.
A fine home in Fairlawn addition.
Administratrix of the estate of F. H Barn that ever lived within the confines of. formed in all the -’2 branches for state
Yamhill county, and we are sorry to see and county papers. Tuition. $5 for the A good 1*4 story house, good barn, plen
R. L. CONNER, Attorney for said eMate.
him leave the great and growing Pacific term. For further information address ty of fruit, all cleared and enclosed by
J. J. K rapr . or
picket and board fence. Inquire of
A new lib« of Udies' skirts and ehirt- coast. His place will be exceedingly
8rrr. Gao. W. J ones ,
W. R. D erby ,
bard to till.
iraistg at the Grange atore.
Notary Public and
$15 for $10.
$10 for $7.50
Odd, ain’t it, when you can get Fifteen Dollars’ worth for
1 en, or Ten for Seven-firty, but then you know when the
Store tells you anything in their ‘‘ ____
it’s * so-
that’s what has built up our business—keeping faith with
the public. We’re going to sell
Worth $15, for $10.
Worth $10, for $7.50
It ain’t because they are not worth the money asked, it
is not because the style and making are off—we’ve got too
many; that’s the only reason for the cut. We’re only going
to give you four days to buy them in. We think we can do
the selling of the whole lot in that time. The sale begins
Saturday Morning, May 26
And winds up Wednesday Night, May 31st. That’s time
enough for you, ain’t it? We think it’s time enough for us.
Better be on hand early.
THE CHICAGO STORE.
(Lbe Zlïcllîinnville national 23ank
Of McHlNNVlLLE, OREGON.
P aid C apital , 850,000
P rofits , 825,000
Transacts a General Banking business anil extenda to its patrons every facility
consistent with safe and prudent banking.
L. E. Cowls
NV. L. Warren
Lee Laughlin, Pres.
J. L. Rogers, Vice Pres.
E.C. Apperson,Cashier W. S. Link, Asst. Cashier
Office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
WFIfF 'Wr wr wr
* Hodson’s Line of Wall Paper
His Paints are High Quality.
Examine the BOTTLED ENERGY of his
AT ( ' OS
Truck and Dray Co
■TUESDAY, MAY 15,
iqoo ^^ v ^
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
aud get your pick. A full line of
Summer Dress Goods.
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