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Miss Josie Gardner is visiting in Bort
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
J. Capps A Sous all wool clothing from laud.
yOSE & CLARK,
The best wire lanterns are found at
$9 to $13 a suit at the Grange store.
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
the fence works.
Scott A Williams, Griesen's old stand.
Mies Eva Hembree is visiting in Bort
doling, etc., at Scott A Williams.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ixmghary returned
and Surgeons. from
Blue Flame oil cook stove, cheaper
Newport on Saturday.
Chas. Privatt is clerking for the Grange
than wood. Call and see them at Hod-
Offices in Wright Block, over Chicago Store.
Big cut in ladies’ and gents' tan shoes
Phoue, Oregon, lli>.
at the Racket store.
M c M innville - - - - O regon .
Hop pickers save money buying their |
M. D. L. Rhodes is tilling the position
E. M. Law is recovering from a spell of
of book-keeper at the First National supplies at the Grange A Farmers 6tore. .
sickness from eczema which has incapac
(JOOK & CABLE,
L. W. Sawtelle lias gone east to enter
itated, liim for some time.
40 acres for rent near town. House, some university.
Notwithstanding all that has been said
barn and fruit. A>eo gentle horse and
Watt Henderson is boosing the bop
and done the best intrinsic values are to
buggy for sale cheap.
A. E. C ook .
picking in Miller's big yard near Dallas.
bo found at the Racket store, especially
A valuable tarn and its contents, prop
The latest form and most durable and
Rooms in Jacobaon Block,
in those Star 5 Star shoes.
erty of A. Sheldon of near Amity, were fashionable hop baskets at the McMinn
M c M innvilli ,
O regon .
The North Yamhill carnival queen destroyed by tire Monday night.
ville Fence works.
committee have nominated Miss Roxie
U. J. D. Blown has gone to Portland
J C. MICHAUX, n. D.,
Laughlin as their candidate.
week, but expects to return Saturday and to till the position of physical instructor
J. I., Byers, the lumberman of Fair-J hold the usual Sunday services.
for the Y. M. C. A.
Physician and Surgeon, dale,
has sold liis business, and is going 1
Mrs. Elizabeth Mills returned Tuesday
W. T. Macy will keep books for Wade
to try fortunes in southern Oregon for a
evening from an extended visit to a
M c M innville , O regon .
daughter in Moscow, Idaho.
goes to Ann Arbor to study dentistry.
Office in Union Block
A wagon load of Belgian hares were be I
The new face jackets and capes have
Mrs. Clara Morehouse receutly re arrived at the Grange & Farmers store,
ing offered for sale in town on Wednes
day. The seller paid as high as $50 each turned to her home iu Des Moines, Iowa, and are now open for inspection at prices
\ itorney .
after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. lower than ever before sold.
for some of them.
S. H. Maris.
The fish and poultry market of II. A.
We are glad to hear that Frank H.
Palmer A Co. is located in the brick | The W. C. T. U. will meet at 2.30 Fri- Thompson, formerly of the college, and a
building adjoining the McMinnville I day afternoon, Sept. 7th, in lecture room Manila war veterau, has been allowed a
National bank. Produce bought and of M. E. church. All members are urged pension of $17 a mouth for the loss of his
to be present.
a fresh stock of groceiies for Bale.
Dr. J. F. Galbreath is over from Salem
Office rooms 9 and 10, Union Block.
the ground for the erection of a dwelling grade of the Amity schools the coming for a few days looking alter his prune
house on his parcel of land west of the year. Prof. Fisher, late of Nebraska' crop. He expresses some doubt as to
will be principal.
whether his dryer can get away with the
The topic for the devotional meeting of whole crop this year. He appreciates
Rasmus Nelson went over to Newport
on Tuesday tojook after closing his cot the Epworth League next Sunday even the fact that they ought to be saved, how
J S. ROSCOE,
tage for the winter He returned home ing will be “Our Simple Duty.” Ciar ever, as prunes are likely to be good
ence Stout will lead the meeting.
Enameling in Black and with Mrs. Nelson yesterday.
The threshing crews of Elsia Wright
Th* Vole lor Queen.
Next Sunday services at the M. E.
Maroon cheap for Cash church will be as usual, with the pastor and John Pennington both wound up the The local vote for caruival queen stood
Full line of repairs and all repair work done Henry T. Atkinson in the pulpit morn season on Wednesday. The latter closed as follows Wednesday evening, Septem
in the best style. South side Third Street near ing and evening. The subject upon with an oyster Bitpper.
ber 5 th:
which lie will preach in the evening will
No votes for carnival queen have been Jennie Bynum................................
be “John’s Thought of God.” Every reported from outside precincts. As mar Grace Newell..................................
body is cordially invited to attend.
ried ladies are not barred from the cotí- Lizzie Keller....................................
[) STREET MEAT MARKET,
G. K. Hamilton, formerly of Bottineau,
N. D., is awaiting the arrival of bis wife, better looking than the single ladies, as a Jessie Bond ...................................
when they will either buy or build a rule.
Reynolds & Powell, Prop’s.
home in McMinnville. Mr. Hamilton
From a burning strawstack in the vi Hallie Reynolds .............................
Fresh and salt meats and sausages of all has traveled over all the best sections of cinity of the Masonic cemetery Wednes Mrs. Zilla Nelson............ .......... .
kinds constantly in stock.
Cash paid for
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds the west and northwest, and has at last day afternoon fire spread and swept over
of fat stocjt.
decided upon this city as the most desira about two hundred acres of pasture and Fay Martin ....................................
ble for a home.
stubble land before the flames were sub Fern Stout.......................................
MATTHIES & co.,
General Summers has deposited with dued. A small lot of fencing burned Miss Busbee......................... .
The Oregonian $1400 derived from sale
Bessie Houck......... ......................
of buttons made from cannon taken at
G. W. Franklin, the new proprietor of Edith Seilters................................
Manila, to be credited to the monument the Mack house at Sheridan, is doing Violet Kegg....................................
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds fund. About 10,000 buttons have been a rushing business. It is a common
Precinct committees have adopted the
sold, 3000 are outstanding, and about thing for him to send guests to outside following rules for the selection of queen
South side Third St. between B and C.
4000 are on hand. The opportunity af houses, and is even compelled at times of the carnival, for the Yamhill county
forded by the fair is to be taken, as a to send applicants away after he has street fair to be held at McMinnville,
means of disposing of the remainder of made special beds in the hall and parlor. Or., Sept 27, 28, 29: The queen is to be
the buttons. This will be a valuable
A swindle is reported from various selected by ballot. The lady receiving
j^OGAN & BRADLEY,
souvenir now, and in future times will
parts of the country of which farmers highest vote to be queen. Precinct com
be highly esteemed.
will do well to beware. The agents offer mittees to have charge of the balloting
The city schools will open on Sept. a churn which they claim will largely in in their respective precincts. All lady
We are located opposite H. C. Burns’ and aim 17th. The teaching force thus farehosen crease the yield of butter from any given residents of Yamhill county are eligible
to give all customers good treatment for little
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat is as follows: Principal, Prof. W. W. quantity of milk and they offer to prove to election. Voters shall pay five cents
Bristow; vice principal, Prof. L. K. Ai this assertion. Chemicals, it appears, for each vote cast. Ballots and funds to
derman ; 6th and 7th grades, Miss Eva are slipped into the milk and creatn when be sent daily to J. C. Cooper, secretary of
Akin; 4th and 5th grades, Miss Mary the purchasers back is turned, and the the executive committee, in sealed eti
Bird; 2d and 3d grades, Miss Emma butter comes more quickly and in great velope to be delivered to the canvassing
Greene; 1st and 2d grades, Miss Eva er volume than it usually does on the committee, who will open and count the
Hembree; 5th and 6th grades of Cook premises invaded. Of course the result same, and post the result. Postage ex
Manufactures and Deale in
school, Miss Cora Comer; 3d and 4th ant mass is not pure butter, but the pense to be repaid by the executive com
grades, Miss Dotha Duniels; 1st and 2d agent collects his money and departs be mittee. Balloting may begin Monday
Sept. 3d, or at any time thereafter, con
Miss Hattie Williams. Miss Bently, fore the fraud is discovered.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
until Saturday, Sept 22, at top. ni.
•.nd brushes, and sells them cheaper than they
can be bought any where else in the Willamette her grade is vacant at present. Prof Tuesday evening the following bueinets No new candidates after Sept. 21st.
Valley. Our all home made seta of harness aie
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them. Bristow is moving down from Corvallis was transacted, including the allowance Daily bulletins to be sent to each post
tbiB week, and will occupy the Wes Wal of several bills : Hoberg bridge ordered office from which votes are received. It
read from _ j” was recommended that a gold watch be
H. P. Webster and wife returned home C. Cooper, secretary of carnival execu given to the winner. Also that ballot
Monday from two months’ camping at live committee, asking council to give to boxes may be placed in charge of a re
gROWER & SON,
the Barney McPIiillips place near Woods. said committee the money derived from sponsible person at any business house.
Mr. Webster’s health was considerably licenses taken during the three-days cele
Senator Fill toll Will Come.
improved while there, and he reached bration ; also one 50-candle-power light,
Senator Chas. W. Fulton of Astoria,
home feeling 15 pounds heavier than to be installed in committee room. Re
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful when he left. He probably caught the quests granted. Recorder, ordered to ■ has written thus in reply to hi« invita*
handling guaranteed. Collections will be made
largest 6sh with'the least effort, of all have insurance on city plant rewritten. i tion:
monthly. Hauling of al 1 kinds done cheap.
I have received your very kind invita-
who have been out thia summer. Stroll Resignation oí L. Granstrom as chief
to ^e. PrePen* at the celebration of:
ing on the beach me day, an incoming engineer accepted and C. J. Granstrom
NOTICE KH< PI BMCATIO3«
. . ,,
the completion of the Yamhill locks on i
wave rolled up against his heels from be elected
by unanimous vote to fill the va-1 September 27-2» 29. at McMinnville. I|
Land OfLce at Oregon City, Oregon.
hind, and he felt a sensation of some cacy. Bond ordered filed. Bonds of j take very great pleasure iu accepting,
July 30th, 1900.
striking him heavier than water. Willis A Feely and Joe Dubois approved your invitation, and unless - something
OTICE is hereby given that the following
named settler has tiled notice of his inten Quickly looking behind him he beheld at and licenses ordered granted for 6 occur« which I know not of at present,
shall be witii you during tbe celebration.
tion to make final proof in support of his claim,
• and that said proof will be made before the his feet a large catfish, which afterwards months upon payment of $200 to treas
county clerk of Yamhillcounty at McMinnville. tipped the scales at 28 pounds. He gave urer. Ordered that Mr. Howensteln be
Oregon, on September 8, 1900, viz , George G.
The St. Charles Store.
Seely, H. E. No. 11,444, for the Southeast quarter it a shove with his foot, and then anoth i released from furnishing any more wood
of Section 20, T. 4 S. R. G W He names the fol
received a new line of Coffees,
on contract. Superintendent ordered to
lowing "itu...... to proT< hi continuous resi
dence upon and cultivation of said land, viz:
We buv all kinds of
Richard Aylward. Frank E Taylor, Ludwig
Griebe and Charles Griebe. all of Sheridan. Or tn triumph to the camp, and if Mr. Fish county court, to comply with ordinance farm . products. Cash paid on delivery
CHAS. B. MOORES, Register.
entertained for a moment the idea that regarding hours of sprinkliug. Ordered for chickens and eggB. Thanking you
lie could capture Mr. Webster by riding rate at court house to be continued at $26 for past patronage, we solicit your patron-
BOARD OF fr.QI'AMZATIOI.
an incoming tide, he made the great mis per month if ordinance is properly com- age of the future, Very Truly,
OTICE is hereby given that the Board of take of his life. They ate and ate, and plied with. Moved that a temporary rate
Mas. N. E. Kr.oo.
Equalization of Yamhill county, Oregon,
away, and still bad fish.
of #6 per month for motors be established.
will meet at the court bouse on Monday. Sep gave
tember 17, 1900, and continue in session for one
Prof. Boardman had the distinction of
Til Ford,the Salem lawyer, is in Rome, ‘
( igsr Dealer Arreated.
week, for the purpose of examining and correct
ing the assessment rolls in any errors that may presiding at the speech of Hon. John G and writes concerning the roads there in '
F B. Webber, of Dundee, Yamhill
occur thereon in valuation or description oj
property, and for trnn^acrinff any other business Woolley in the Marquain theater at Port a manner which furnishes encouragement 1 county, arrested a short time ago on a
that may lawfully come before the hoard, and
all parties interested are requested to appear be land Wednesday night. Mr. Woolley has 1 for Oregonians. Hu says: “The public charge of violating the revenue law by
fore said board at said time and place, and show given forth a remarkable utterance for a I roads all over this country are well built
using cigar boxes a second time and for
cause, if any, why their Assessment should nut
“Mc and kept iu good repair. I remember having an empty cigar box in his posses
remain upon the roll Do not neglect to exam prohibitionist, in the following:
inc your assessment, as the assessor has no pow
er to correct errors after the meeting of the Kinley is a good man. lie is opposed to 1 seeing an article in one of our Oregon sion without the revenue stamp being
the liquor traffic—the army canteen—«nd papers a short time ago, calling alten- erased, had an examination before Uni
Dated tbi* 22d day of August. 1900.
J. M. YOCOM,
all that,but until he feels the force in the I lion to these good roads and somewhat ted States Commissioner E. N. Dead y
County Assessor of Yamhill County.
country back of him supporting him in 1 blaming us because our roads are not so this week. After hearing the testimony,
his attitude, he cannot proceed against good. I have looked into this matter and Commissioner Deady dismissed the
OI H CIA RHHG l ivr.
the evil. The people will prevail in I find that the people in these old charge in regard to the empty box, but
We have special anangenients with (ime. The politicians—many of them countries first commenced building pub-1 held Webber to answer on the charge of
the following leading publications —would like to see the liquor traffic 1 lie roads about 25.X) years ago, and they using a box a second time. It was assert-
whereby we are able to offer them ir. stopped. There are men in politics who ! have teen at it ever Bince. Now I will ed that he placed cheroots at five for 10
coahectinn with our own at exceedingly are just as honest as iu private business. venture to predict that before one-half cent« in a box containing a well-known
¡citrates, as follows: The R eporter ami They would be glad to see the reforms that time is up we of Oregon will also brand of 5-cent cigars, and had remarked
WeAly Inter Ocean....... .................................... WAI
There is a text have fine public roads. We have only that “the boys did not know the differ-
St. UniisGlobe-Democrat, scmi wwkly......... l.M> this country needs.”
Rural Northwest. Portland, semi monthly... 1.2? here for a long editorial or sermon by been making roads for about fifty years, 1 ence.”
2.(M» Dr Grannie, who will doubtless avail and I am informed that the roads here
Th* Weekly Ran Francisco Call..................... 1.W himself of the opportunity.
farm for Sale.
We call it were no better than onra at the end of,
The Weekly New York Trlbnuc....................... 1.2?
% mile from Carlton.
The Tri-weekly New York Tribune
acres under plow,80 acres summer fallow,
The Oregon Teachers* Monthly
...... —1.60 Mr. Woolley is working for is the bal
ance of power, and when his party get«
good to-rootn house, orchard and small
Bears the signature of C ha ®. H F l etc HR,
fruit. Terms easy. Thia is one of the
R M. Gilbert has moved his family that, it will find the progressive repuoli-
use for more than thirty years, and
best farms in the county. Address Box
from the foot of D street to college side • an party ready to work with it in con
geniality and peace.
rW A'isrf »1 //«w XZiva/i
I 14, Carlton, Oregon.
Dear the railroad.
NEW FALL GOODS !
We are opening up New Fall Lines in all
50 Cases New Shoes
500 Pairs Blankets
New Dress Goods
New French Flannels
Everything new in the Hat and Furnishing
Sept. 15th we open a first-class Dressmak
ing establishment under the charge of Miss
Stella Redmond. All work guaranteed and
Truck and Dray Co
We re All Going
To Buy Our School Books
W. L. HEMBREE’S
For Men, Round Top Shoes, $3.50, in all
styles—every pair warranted.
The Waldorf Hat, $3.
For Ladies—Capes and Jackets. The
best line ever shown. Shoes in all styles
and prices. Underwear and Hosiery.
to arrive any day. Wait for them if you
want the Latest Styles and Lowest Prices
McMinnville Grange & Farmers Co
CHAS. P. NELSON, Manager.