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The families of J. H. and Ira Nelson
are camping at Jones’ mill.
Mrs. J. W. Ileury is home from her
Mrs. Joe Bailey and daughter Vivian
are visiting at J. B. Gardner’s.
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
Rev. H. T. Atkinson and wife are vis-
The new paint on the Court house is a
Scott & Williams, Griesen's old stand.
iting in Canby.
very happy combination of colors.
Hammocks, croquet sets, guitars, man
Rev. Arnold Lindsey and wife are re
ing the home folks.
dolins, etc., at Scott & Williams.
Offices In Wright Block, over Chicago Store,
ported to be in Portland on their return
phone, Oregon, 115.
Big ent in ladies' and gents' tan shoes
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Loughary joined home from Nome
OREGON. at the Racket store.
the summer colony at Newport on Wed
County Treasurer Rhude has received
Horse muzzles for harvesting at the nesday .
The following goods will be sold
from the state treasurer (7,615 92 the
£OOK & CABLE,
McMinnville Fence Works.
Captain IL L. Heath arrived home amount of state school fund apportioned
Prof. Bristow, tha new school princi- from bis gold mine on Blue river last
for the county. This makes the per cap
has rented E. W. Wallace’s house, Tuesday.
ita for the school population $t 56.
■and will soou move in.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Macy leave today
Rev E. E. Thompson, while preach
C. R. Hamblin is unpacking and __j-Salt
Lake City, accompanied by Mist ing, sank down into the pulpit of the
Rooms in J&cobsou Block,
marking goods for his new store. He is Louisa Maloney, who goes to visit an
M c M innvilli ,
Third Cumberland Presbyterian church,
being assisted by Harvey Walker.
Seattle, Sunday morning. It was found
John Rhodes is still very ill at the
C. F. Daniels carries a stock of flour, that he was suffering from heart trouble.
J c. MICHAUX, n. D.,
home of his son Martin. No change for feed and baled hay, and sells as cheap as He is confined to his bed, but is improv
the better is noted in his condition.
the same can be bought anywhere in the ing.
Physician and Surgeon,
Rev. C. MacLean of Corvallis will valley.
Walter Hembree received a telephone
preach in the Episcopal church in this
Frank Snyder fell from a load of grain message from a Portland man early in
M c M innville , OREGON.
city next Sunday morning and evening. on Tuesday and broke both bones of bis the week saying that Joe Fellner was
Office in Union Block
Ivan Daniel is improving slowly from forearm. The aedident happened near killed at Baker City on Sunday morning
bis fever. The doctor says it was a long Carlton.
by falling into a mining shaft. The
time eoming on, aud his recovery will be
Newton Hibbs of Lewiston, Idaho, vis report seems to lack confirmation or at
ited in the city this week, having been least further particulars. Those who
J S. ROSCOE,
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Apperson accom a resident here in the ’70’e. He is en know’ Joe best say that it would be a
good deal like him to start tlie story
Mrs. Justice on a visit to the gaged in mining
Enameling in Black and panied
Norwood family in Marion county the
For sale—100 %cre farm, nearly all in himself. Of course theyihope to learn it
cultivation. Good location. Best bar is a mistake.
Maroon cheap for Cash past week.
D. A.’ Coovert, an employe of the
gain in the county. Enquire at thisofliee
Full line of repairs and all repair work done
Broadmead farm, was laid up by an ac
in the best style. South side Third Street near his office from Aug. 5th to Aug. 24th, and for owner.
cident last Friday. He was driving a
the ottiee will be closed during these
Capt. Wyatt Harris and daughter
sulky hayrake when the neckyoke broke.
Ethel left for the east on Monday. They
Wanted—A girl to do housework (or 3 will visit Fred Harris in Chicago and at The team backed up against the rake,
in family; no children. Must be capable tend the national G. A. R encampment. and a kick from one of tlie horses broke
Q STREET MEAT MARKET,
of taking charge of kitchen. Apply to Later they will visit the captain’s old Coovert’s leg below the knee. Mr.
Thomasen, the manager of the farm, had
Men's Summer Underwear.
First National Bank.
home in Missouri.
the unfortunate man conveyed to St.
Reynolds & Powell, Prop’s.
Miss Winnie Gilbert and her friend
Leave your order for Crawford and Viucent's hospital, where he will neces
Fresh and salt meats and sausages of all Miss Mabie Calkins, who is visiting her Charlotte peaches with M. E. Hendrick sarily remain for some time. The young
kinds constantly in stock. Cash paid
from Salt Lake City, took the train for the grocer. Will be ready about the 10th
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds
man is a son of J _ W. Coovert of Dayton.
Dallas on Monday, for a visit of about a of August.
of fat stock.
A peculiar accident happened at the
The fish and poultry market of H. A. City livery stable last Thursday evening.
MATTHIES & CO.,
This world is not so bad a world,
Palmer & Co. is lofcated in the brick Mr. Wing had hired a team to A. T.
As some would try to make it;
building adjoining the McMinnville Matthews, a man traveling with charts
For much of comfort comes to those
National bank. Produce bought and for sale, and who had the careless habit
Who wear Star 5 Star shoes.
You cannot do better than take advantage of this offer.
a fresh stock of groceries for sale.
of leaving the team stand in the road
They are at the Racket store.
marked in plain figures, and you take them at a
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
Remember when you patronize Mc-
Mrs. Chas. Holman is very desirous Minnville Steam Laundry you are help en, and at tlie Gabriel place two miles quarter off.
South siclo Third St. between B and C.
while here of disposing of their fine sub ing to support home industrvi not China towards Amity they Btarted aud ran
urban farm of G1 acres in Eairlawn pre Boxers laundries. Our thirteen years, ex home. They entered tlie stable without
cinct. There is probably a good bargain perience is guarantee of our work.
damage, but standing upon tiie inside
in this for someone. Mrs. Holman may
was another team which had juBt driven
W m . L ambert , Prop.
I OGAN & BRADLEY,
he seen at the home of her sister, Mrs.
in. This was run into and botli teams
Dr. Leroy Lewis and family, F. H.
F. W. Redmond.
and buggies were forced through to the
Preachers, doctors, lawyers, merchants, Johnson and family and T. H. Rogers rear of the barn by the collision and
and all the prominent business men and and W L. Hembree made up a party to piled up together. The result was a
We are located opposite II. C. Burns’ and aim
to give all customers good treatment for little citizens of McMinnville patronize our go into camp on the Trask on Wednes broken hind leg for oue of the horses of
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat laundry, why not you?
day. They will return home by the Wil
the team first driven in the barn, and
son river route.
M c M innville S team L aundry .
two buggies considerably damaged. The
Richard Kinney, nephew of J. B. Gard price received by Mr. Wing for the horse
Ed Wood says he knows of but one
vacant residence in this city north of Co ner, who has been sojourning in this should not be taken as a criterion of the
creek. This, for so early in the sea county since May, departed for the east value of horses in this section. He only
son, presages a very crowded i<opulation on Saturday, expecting to visit for a time received (15. The man should have had
Manufactures and Deals tn
to pay that much for his carelessness, as
and a total inability to supply habitations
runaways ondauger human life as well.
for the people when they begin to gather
Of McHINNVILLE, OREGON.
in for the winter, and to attend the
P aid C apital , $50,000
S urplus and P rofits , 125,000
Watt Henderson aud family have been
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
schools and the college It would cer in camp at Jones’ mill for some time.
Transacts a General Banking business and extends to Its patrons every facility
•aidbrushes, and sells them cheaper than they tainly bring good returns were someone Watt was down on Thursday ann filed a
consistent with safe and prudent banking.
Account grand carnival of the Benevo
eun be bought anywhere else in the Willamette
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are to erect a number of good houses for the complaint that be hadn’t been noticed. lent Protective Order of Elks, to be held
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
L. E. Cowls
purpose of renting. Mr. Wood remem He acquired the faculty of slipping out at Portland, September 4th to 15th in
W. L. Warren
bers that last year about fifteen families of town so quietly when sheriff that we clusive, tickets will be sold at reduced
Lee Laughlin, Pres.
J. L. Rogers, Vice Pres.
were kept out of town for lack of homes, hadn’t missed him.
rates from all stations on Oregon lines
E.C. Apperson,Cashier W. S. Link, Asst. Cashier
and he estimates that this fall there w ill
The condition of Nome briefly ex to Portland atid return. These tickets
gROWER & SON,
be about three times tliat number.
Office hour. 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
pressed seems to be about as follows: will be on sale September 3d, 4th, 6th
Mr. Fairchiles, an elderly gentleman Gray-haired old men and women are and 13th, and limited to three days after
past 80 years, made application before there with no means of getting away. date of sale.
For further particulars, call on or ad-
the county court yesterday for support. Huddled in their tents they wait for
diess Southern Pacific agent at McMinn
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful He has been living with C. E. Pound something to turn up, and bemoan the
handling guaranteed. Collections will be made and family, to whom, some time ago, he day that,they ever left the elates. The ville.
monthly. Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
deeded 160 acres of hill land in consider trouble with the country is that too many
Excursion and Carnival.
ation that Pound would take care of him people, especially poor people, have
crnnrl ç. C
to make room for other
McMinnville should have a rousing
Nels Christenson reports that this sea in his i.l J age. He alleges that this has rushed in. They are there now and have
son’s first load of wheat was brought in not been done, and his ragged and dirty nothing to do and no money to pay their celebration at the opening of the La
early, as prices tell.
River excursion, fruit
to the elevator yesterday by the Fergu appearance before the court lends passage home. On every departing ves fayette locks.
3% Mitchell Wagon, complete
son brothers of West Chehalem. The strength to his allegation. He states sel there is a rush for passage. More carnival and queen, street fair, games
12-disc Steel Harrow
yield was only about ten and a half bush further that the lady of the house than 400 came down on the Senator, and etc., etc. Several prominent business
8-foot Steel Hay Rake
els per acre.........When re-shingling a knocked him over with a broomstick the all other steamers carry south similar men have signified a desire to ai<l the
barn roof a few days ago, Jerry O’Brien other morning, because he bad taken a crowds. Moneyless people stow away enterprise; therefore a meeting of all in
16-inch Sulkey Plow
found one, among the old fir shingles, small piece of bread to feed the cat on on board, and the steamship authorities terested is called for in the city hall
which was in a remarkable state of pres the porch. The conditions of the deed have great trouble in getting rid of the next Monday evening, at 8 p. m. Every
ervation considering that it bail been are such that should the old man contest unfortunates. After putting off five of one, ladies included, invited to attend
subjected to the patter, patter of Oregon it before the court, there is slight doubt them, the officers of the Senator, after and give their views. By request of the
mist for about sixty-five years, ns Jerry that it would be invalidated by the evi she was out to sea, discovered on board board of trade.
J. C. C ooper , Pres.
After quite a careful dence of failure to live up to its provis three more stowaways, all of whom were
J. G. E ckman , Sec.
survey of Oregon towns with a view to ions. The old man has been living with penniless.
location, Drew and Ore Price have come some of tlie neighbors part of the time
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to the conclusion that there is no place because he regarded the other place as
I,lcen»en to Harry.
C. A. Wallace is painting his residence.
like old Newberg, and have about deter intolerable. There is probably need of
Aug. 7—Prof. F. K. Jones, 30, and
mined upon opening up a law offiee here. forbearance on both sides, and it is un The pipe is being laid in the new Miss Anna Hoskins, 23, of Newberg.
Their many friends w ill be glad to see derstood that Mr. Pound has some wil sewer on E street.
The bride is a daughter of County’ Re
Mrs. John F. Adams and family re corder Hoskins, and the groom is a pro
them back home again and wish them lingness to deed the land back to the old
turned home from Meadow lake on Wed fessor in a college at Wichita, Kansas,
abundant success in their chosen profes man toget rid of his bargain.
.. A traveler arrived in New-
where they will reside.
The frequency with which you meet
bery Monday evening all the way from people of a certain name in this county
A class of 26 teachers is taking the ex
southern Russia, in the person of Miss has often been noted. There has just amination for diplomas this week, four
important to Mothers.
Caroline Setnmler. She came to join her been issued from The Reporter offiee by of whom are gentlemen.
Lawns for 3c
Manila Cords 5c
Examine carefully every bottle of CASTORIA.
brother John Semniler and family, who VV. T. Macy, ex-county recorder, ns com
Ladies’ Shirt Waists
25, 45 and 90c
As a result of the special meetings | a aaf« and sure remedy for infanta and children.
came out here from North Dakota sever piler, at great cost of painstaking and la
and see that it
al months ago and who live out in the bor, a valuable brxik known as the “Fi- I held by Rev. R. W. King in Gopher I
13, 19 and 27c
valley last week, ten converts joined [ Bears the
thrifty German settlement east of town. nam ial Statement and Postofliee Address the Baptist church last Sunday.
Ladies’ and Children’s Hose
5, 10, 18 and 23c
Verily the fame of Newberg reacheth <i Residents of Yamhill County, Ore
Frederick Swetman,who lived gon,” being virtually an abstract of the
The Kind You Have Always Bought.
four miles southwest of Newberg, died county assessor's records in the tno6t im-! and Misses Mattie Fink, Nettie
last Friday after a lingering illness. The portant points. Its enumeration reveals
funeral took place here Sunday morning the frequency of there names If you the Highlands last Sunday to visit
The Nt. Charles Stare.
their friend, Miss Lena Tawney.
at 11 o'clock in the Friends church. He are an Adams it will tie interesting to
Those indebted to the St. Charles store
was born about eighty years ago on know that there are 7 of you, likewise (I
are requested to call at once and settle
Resoln I Ions of Condolence.
Prince Edward Island, Canada, and for Alderman«, 10 Agees. 15 Allens, 7 Alli
Whereas, by the inexorable decree of their accounts, as we must have money
forty years did faithful service as light sons, 12 Andersons, 11 Bakers, 6 Ben
AT 10 PER CENT DISCOUNT
the laws of nature, our beloved Brother to carry on the business.
house keeper there. In 1876 he moved netts, 7 Birds, 5 Bogues, 5 Bones, 10 Enoch M. Garrison has lieen called to
To make room for our mammoth stock of Boots &
with his family to Newberg, where he Booths, 8 Bradleys, 10 Bransons, 8 the grand lodge on high, therefore, be it
M rs . N. E. K egg .
Resolved, That in the death of Broth
has since resided. He has ever l*en a Brooks, 31 Browns, 8 Boells, 6 Caldwell«,
Shoes to arrive, which will be the Largest
er Garrison, Amity Lodge No 2'1. A. F
consistent Christian man and member of
11 Campbells, 8 Carters, 14 Chistensons, & A. M. has lost a true and faithful
Stock ever carried in Yamhill county.
the Friends church of this place. Even 11 Clarks, 18 Cooke, 17 Coopers, 20 Dav brother, and this community an upright
when bowed down and bent with the
ises, 13 Edwards, 10 Evans. 11 EvereetB, aud conscientious member.
McMinnville Grange & Farmers Co.,
Resolved, That our lodge room be mer clearance sale, commencing July 5,
weight of his fourscore years, until with 10 Faulconers, 17 Fletchers, 1« Good
draped- for our deceased brother, and 1900, and will continue until every dol
in the last vear or more, he regularly
CHAS. P. NELSON, Manager.
riche«. 1’4 Graves, 11 Hadleys, 14 Halle, that the brethren wear the usual badge
walked to Newlierg and back, eight miles
lar’s worth of summer goods is closed
16 Harrises, 11 Hembrees, 10 Hender of mourning.
in al), to attend the mid-week meeting
out. Coat or less is no object, as the
A M. W a DDEL,
sons, 10 Henrye, 8 Hesses, 9 Hewitts, 9
Certainly a true father in Israel has fall Hodsons. 10 Hutchens, 9 Jensens, 23
F. R. K inderman , J- Committee. grxxls must be closed out in order to give
L evi B ennett ,
en Three daughters and one son re Johnsons, 24 Jones, 14 Langhlins, 25
us room for fait stock.
main to mourn bis loss, his wife having Martins, 1-1 Mill«, 24 Millers, 15 .Morrises,
J. A. Todd's residence has been rented
Min Ella Hendrick will leave next
died several >ears ago, since moving to
Mrs Updegraff and two daughters of
Baar« the signature of C has . H P i f - vcmco ,
New berg.— Graphic.
Ibmn the signature of Caaa. H Ftrrrm
erts, 20 RoberlS'ine, 7 Sittons, 32 Smiths,
Ferrydale, who will open a boarding
Mr. and Mr*. F. S. Harding left f°r t Williams, 15 Wilsons, 12 Woods and U .
Th* Kimi Yo» ffnvt AhoH/ji BoufAi.
7A< Ki.d Yo» J/avo Ahvajt BougU,
Newport yesterday, to remain two weeks. Wrights.
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
Ladies9 Men's cfc Children's
Ladies' Low Shoes
THE CHICAGO STORE.
Truck and Dray Co
O. O. Hodson Closing Out
PRICES CUT IN TWO !
Entire Stock of Shoes, 75,000