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M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, OCT. 12, 1900
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BARGAINS IN OUR CLOTHING DEPARTMENT.
550 Men’s Oregon all-wool Cassimere and Cheviot suits
well worth flo, our price per suit.................................... $7 48
Same in Youths’ sizes from 12 to 20..................................... 5 98
Higher grade Cassimere, fine tailor-made Mens’ Suits.
A large assortment of Mens’ and Boys’ Cassimere and
mixed suits from.............................................................. 3 5° UP
A fine assortment of Mens’ Boys’ and Children’s dress
suits at prices to suit everybody’s purse.
Xt is unquestionable that our stock and Cloak and Ladies' Ready-Made-to*
prices are superior to any house in the
Dry Goods Department.
In this department we have cleaned up
several big eastern dry good houses. All
of the seasons goods but some of them
being only one or two pieces of a kind
and we purchased the same way below
the regular price; we are going to give
you the benefit. Note prices:
2500 yards Dress Goods, Fancy
Mixed, Solid Colors, Suiting, and
Rome All Wool Suitings, worth
from 35c to 50c, our price per yd 23c
1800 yds all high grade goods worth
from 50c to 85c, our price ................38c
65 pieces Dress Goods, most of it All
Wool; among the lot we have about
15 pieces of Fine Ladies’ Cloth,
nothing less in the lot than 75c,
and some of it worth up to f r, our
price per yd ....................................... 59c
2000 yds of Silk Plush and Velvets in
all shades, worth up to $1, our
price per yd ................................... 38c
Just received a fine line of the very
Newest Dress Goods, namely: Zib-
iline, Soleil. Vida raised, Venetian
Zibra. Golf, Zolas and Raden at
We carry a very large assortment of
Ladies’ Tailor-made Suits for Ladies and
Misses. Jackets, Golf Capes, Seal Plush
and Crushed Plush, Cloth, Astrachan
for Ladies, Misses and Children at mod
Furnishing Goods Department.
500 Mens’ and Boys’ extra heavy
Sweaters, plain and fancy collars,
worth as high as 75c, price........... 38c
280 Men’s Percale Dress Shirts worth
75c, sale price .................................. 39c
5 cases Men's Extra Heavy Balbrig
gan and Natural Wool Shirts and
Drawers, regular price, 50c, 60c,
75c. our price.................................... 39c
350 Men’s and Boys’ Extra Heavy
All Wool Sweaters, assorted colors
well worth $1, selling price..............79c
220 Extra Fine Lambs wool Men’s
Sweaters, plain and sailor collars,
well worth $2, our price,................ 1 23
A large assortment of men’s and
Boys’ Underwear at astonishingly
R. JACOBSON & CO.
Everything but Ingrains for the next 60
days at a very LARGE DISCOUNT.
Must have room for more paper now on
H. C. BURNS
rescriptions uihen not
roperly compounded and used as
rescribed give no results.
URE CHEiDICALiS and
URITY and cleanliness are the dis
tinguishing features of our
ROGERS BROS.’ Pioneer Pharmacists.
The McMinnville National Bank.
Of McfllNNVILLE, OREGON.
Svuptra and P ropits . $25,000
P aid C apital . IM.000
Transact» • General Ranking bn.lnes» and extend« tn It» patron» every facility
conrietent 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
OHk, taowr. 9 a.
to 4 p. M.
One Dollar if paid in advance, Single numbers live cents.
unequaled stock.” So here Polly’s pur fine display of other tobaccos, pipes, etc.
chases included miscellaneous books,
“Now," cried the old gentleman, "now
fancy stationery, etc., and finding an for a picture of this crowd, in good old
immense assortment of magazines, peri country fashion, we ll go to the photo
odicals and newspapers, she subscribed graph gallery, and Grinnold’s is a good
for everything in sight. Polly remarked one. His pictures are wonderful in fidel
His Great Generosity Towards His Newly Married Niece.
to the generous old uncle, “Why, I don't ity and finish. 1 want one full-sized one
know when to quit buying, Mr. Hembree for myself, and some small ones for my
sells such nice goods, and so cheap, too.” friends. Grinnold has the soul of a true
A Realistic Fourth of July Romance of McMinn
“Oh, say, Uncle,” exclaimed Polly, artist, and will not stop short of perfec
ville in which a Number of Prominent Business
“where can I go for dry’goods? This tion. As he is famous for successful en
Men Take a Very Conspicuous Part.
dress is hardly suitable, I must admit.” larging, I want to give you a life-size
“Well, my girl, if you want to select representation of ‘yours truly,’ with a fine
from one of the most popular establish frame to enclose it.” (Uncle Josh’s pic
[Copyrighted by W. S. Guthrie.]
equipments needed in a well regulated ments in the city, I will direct you to the ture may be seen at Grinnold’s studio
“Miss Summers— Polly —I — er—dare ; kitchen, while Charley bought an ele McMinnville Grange & Farmers store, any time the reader desires to call.)
Enroute to their home the party called
I—” But the speaker took a header over gant Wood air-tight, patent screw draft which carries a stock of dress goods that
bashfulnes», only to hear a sweet “Yes, parlor heater, the only positive regulat for variety and real value is seldom seen at The Reporter office. “You’ll want the
or, and selected a blue flame oil stove, outside the largest metropolitan cities. news every week,” remarked Uncle Josh,
“Can I aspire to—er—to—that—is—’’ all of which Uncle Josh paid for with de They carry all the latest weaves in fash “and as this is the favorite local paper
Again a lapse into silence, followed by light because he knew that Hodson had ionable dress goods, and you are sure to here. I'll subscribe.”
Upon summing up the wonderful events
r.n encouraging “Yes. Charley."
treated him right, just as he does all his be guided right in your selections. You
will find C. P. Nelson, the manager, a of the day Polly began to volubly express
*'Oh, if I might only hope to—er to—” customers.
Another failure of language. It was 1
After this visit Uncle Josh suggested pleasant man to deal with, and his em thanks. “You have bought us every
ployes polite and expert, while the pri thing,” she exclaimed.
seemingly a hopeless case, and might ■ dinner.
“Only one thing,” replied Uncle Josh
have been only for a demure.
At the table the old man waxed philo ces cannot be duplicated.” It did not
“Charley, I have said ‘yes’ twice, and sophical. “Never neglect your larder,” take Polly long to tell a bargain when reflectively, “but I can remedy that.
if you mean it, I mean it too, and—”
said he. “That important adjunct to she saw one. She got a handsome dress, Burns, the furniture man, always has a
And to this day that young man will housekeeping controls masculine temper. with all necessary trimmings, and sev nice line of them, and you can get one
insist that he popped the question.
To that end you must patronize a grocer eral other articles of “fantastic disarray” whenever you want it; I’ll pay for the
All this happened in one of the wheat on whom you can depend for honest so dear to the heart of every woman.”
“Law, sakes,” suddenly exclaimed
“W-h-y,” exclaimed Polly with great
counties of Eastern Oregon, and it wasn’t goods. Through a long term of years I
long before there was a wedding. Not have found Wallace & Walker perfectly Uncle Josh. “All this tradpig and shop surprise, “Uncle, what can it be?”
“Well, it’s one of them perambulat
much longer before there was a letter reliable. You will find them careful ping round town has caused me to forget
from Polly’s Uncle Josh, rich, generous dealers, always fully stocked with every one of the greatest essentials to future ors, and—”
But Polly had fainted.
and level-headed, who wrote effusively possible thing in the line of staple and existence. I have heard it said that new
of his delight at her exhibition of what fancy groceries, fresh and first-class—no ly married folks could live on love and
he called “grit,” and he proposed that if shelf-worn goods there, while the prices scenery, but an old man of experience
the young people would come to Mc are down to brass tacks. To keep peace knows better—your table would look
The fall term of circuit court in de
Minnville and locate he would start them in the family get your groceries of Wal slim without bread; it’s the staff of life,
you know. Polly, you must meet L. E. partment No 2, Judge Boise presiding,
up in life as a wedding gift, providing, lace & Walker.”
will convene in this city next Monday
however, that he be allowed to make his
Woman like, Polly was discussing the Walker, the baker. His bread, pies and
home with them during the declining matter of how she would arrange her new cakes and nicknacks are conceded by all morning. The following is the docket;
1. RL Sabin vs M Fisk et al; fore
years of his life. Of course they accept house, and was interrupted by Uncle to be the finest on earth, and he keeps a
delivery wagon continually on the road. closure. Thos G Green for plff, Ramsey
ed and were soon bidding their friends Josh.
“And these house fixins remind me,” Remember, Charley, there is no use of & Fenton for deft.
Upon the arrival of the Bonita on one said he, “that you haven’t got yourdish- your ’ootsy tootsy’ bothering herself
2. Assignment of F W Redmond.
of her earlier trips a bridal party was on es vet. The most famous stock in ex about baking, so long as there is a good Spencer & Talmage.
board. Good old Uncle Josh was in tent, quality and completeness, is at M. baker in town like L. E. Walker. He
3. D A Covert vs Alice H Covert; mo
charge, and he led the party straightway E. Hendrick’s.” Buttheaveragereader made that elegant cake I sent to your tion to set aside deed. Latourette &
to the Hotel Yamhill. “We’ll go to the need not be told what an array of table weddin’.” “Yes, and everybody said it Latourette & Ramsey & Fenton for plff.
Yamhill,” said he, ”’caus« it’s the popu ware Polly had to select from. There was just lovely,” eagerly responded
4. John H Duffy vs Walter L French
lar place and strictly first-class. I have isn’t, positively, a thing in the line of Polly.
etal; foreclosure. Lionel R Webster &
known Joe DuBois for years, and he is china, crockery, glass or porcelain need
Rhodes & Rhodes for plff.
mine host after mine own heart, endowed ed for use or ornament in any part of the ant topic of gastronomies, we must not
5. Board of School Land commission
with that delightful intuition that makes house that cannot be found at M. E.
a guest feel at home and in mighty good Hendrick’s in indefinite variety and at bread. Now to locate a meat market ers vs A Odell et al; foreclosure. Irvine
luck. The house is one of convenience, wonderfully low prices. He also has a where you can get fresh, wholesome & Vinton for plff.
6. JE Hubbard and Ivan Daniels ex
the apartments are well furnished, and splendid stock of lamps of every descrip meats at all times. Willard & Ehrtnan,
the cuisine—well, the Yamhill is noted tion, and jardeniers in abundance. Pol successors to Matthies & Co., are the men ecutors vs J J Cary and wife; Confirma
for good grub. I have engaged rooms ly’s big order suggested her thorough ap to supply you with that. This is the boss tion. Irvine & Vinton for plff.
meat market in the city, and is popular
here until yóur own house shall be in preciation.
7. Francis M Simpson et al vs Mariah
While Uncle Josh was pondering where with everybody who is particular to have Sweatt; suit in equity. F W Fenton for
“I am ready to buy your outfit,” said to go next, Polly suddenly asked : “Un the best. The reason for this is all be plff.
the old man after breakfast the next cle, where can I find the leading milli cause W illard & Ehrman are very care,
8. E E Laberteaux vs Calista E
morning, “so, what’s first on the pro nery establishment?” “Just across the ful in the selection of stock—get the best Thomasen; confirmation. Oday & Tarp
street,” remarked Uncle Josh, “and we of everything and keep it fresh on cold ley for plff.
"Ob, goodness knows there’s lots to will visit the Mark Sisters, who, by the storage. To keep your ‘hubby’ in a good
9. Charles P Bacon vs Clara L E An
buy,” remarked Polly.
way, have on hand the completest stock humor, Polly, trade at Willard & Ehr- thony etal; foreclosure. Woodward &
“Then suppose we buy ’lots’ first,” of millinery to be found in the city.
“Oh, Uncle Josh," exclaimed Polly, “I Palmer for plff.
quoth Charley, without turning a hair.
You can get what you want there, the
10. A E Withee vs S L Gaines et al.
will be lonely without a piano.”
“Oh, you've got a great head for busi latest styles being their motto. The
ness,” laughed Uncle Josh. “We’ll go Mark Sisters' experience guarantees that Uncle Josh was noticed to examine his confirmation. Jno J Spencer for plff.
it. McMinnville National Bank vs D
right over to Odell & Wood’s real estate when you have purchased of them you bank book rather lugubriously. "Well,
office. I can always depend upon that have the things according to fashion, and I guess I can stand it,” he said, but, by W and Marth Ralston et al; confirma
firm’s bargains in real estate, as they a satisfaction that your work has been the way, what piano would you most pre tion. F W Fenton for plff.
never hold out false lights to induce peo done by competent artists.” In a few fer?” “I think I’d like to have a Kim
12. Ada W Street vs Alfred C Street;
ple to buy. What they tell you about minutes there never was a happier girl ball, which I see advertised by Scott & divorce. C C Linden for plff.
property may be set down as solid facts. than Polly, lor she purchased a perfect Williams. Several people have recom
13. Ida M Roberts vs S A Roberta;
They control a large list of desirable res dream of a hat, with all the style and at mended it to me for its purity of tone, divorce. C W Talmage for plff.
idences as well as ranch properties, and half the price generally found in a city sympathy of touch, beauty of finish, and
14. Wm M Chrisman vs Clara M Mon
a whole lot of other good points.” “You
their judgment on the ’good things’ is store.
tague et al; confirmation. Jno J Spen
"Halt!” commanded Uncle Josh, as
cer for plff.
The party was not long in making a the party came in front of S. Howorth & plied the old man, “and sure enough
15. Jessie G Gray vs Justin Gray; di
dicker for a uice house on a pleasant Co’s handsome drug store. “Walk right Scott & Williams are the very men to
vorce R L Conner for plff.
street in town, as well as a small ranch in.” "Why, Uncle, we’re not sick, and see about it.” Polly selected the covet
16. Wm Klaeteth vs G A Luke et al;
out toward Whiteson.
—” “Guess I know that, but I suspect ed piano while Uncle Josh wrote out a
“Having provided a cage for the bird,” this young man might some day be tak check, pleasantly, too—’cause he knew foreclosure. J F Clark for plff.
17. W A Howe vs John H Carse etal;
said Uncle Josh, “now the first thing ing an interest in matters of paregoric the price was extremely reasonable.
“And as you are going to keep a foreclosure. Rhodes & Rhodes for plff.
we’ll lpok after will be the furnishing of and—” “U-n-c-l-e!” “We’ll go in any
way ; Polly may find some toilet articles horse,” continued the old man, “of course
18. Nettie Hively vs Geo A Hively;
Hereupon Polly energetically declared she wants.” Sure enough, before leav you’ll need harness. The boss horse divorce. Irvine & Vinton for plff.
that she had heard and read so much ing she was loaded down with combs, milliner of thia section, to my notion, is
19. Josie Olds vs Frank M Olds; di
about H. C.Burns, the furniture man and brushes, face powders and ounces upon Elsia Wright. He uses only first-class vorce. Irvine & Vinton for plff.
funeral director, that she had decided to ounces of fine imported perfumes. “Don’t material and gives personal supervision
20. Anna Johns vs Edgar Johns; di
go there. Accordingly, they crossed the forget,” added Uncle Josh, “that Dr. to the minutest detail of manufacture.
James McCain for plff.
street, and the result was, that they were Laura Ndble’s Vegetable Prescription is There is nothing in harness that cannot
21 H E K Denison vs John R Wilson;
ushered into such a bewildering list of an excellent medicine to have in the be had of him—heavy and light, single
and double, plain and fancy work, and confirmation. A C Spencer for plff.
bargains that the girl was at first at a loss house, and you must keep it.”
22. Board of School Land Commia-
ha>w to select. But she soon yielded to
At this point, somewhat to the confu buggy harness. He has ’em in stock, or
the seductiveness of a magnificent parlor sion of Charley, the old man indulged in can make ’em to order, liesides every sioners vs W W Nelson et al; confirms*
suite, a bedroom set in oak, golden fin a half serious criticism of his personal other kind of turf goods imaginable, and tion. Irvine & Vinton for plff.
ish, that would do credit to old Cape appearance. “You are decidedly off the finest lot of blankets, lap robes, and
23. B F Huston vs Antoine Lefever et
Nome himself. To this she added mat style for a townsman,” said he, and we'd whips you ever laid your eyes upon." al; foreclosure. Irvine & Vinton for plff.
tings and mattresses, an easy rocker for better go see Hamblin the clothier about After a visit to Elsia Wright's harness
24. In the matter of the estate of Elis
Uncle Josh, and didn’t forget a most con something new.” After Charles had fit store, Charley Baid he thought “if a man abeth J Hadaway, deceased; appeal.
venient and ornamental writing desk for ted himself in a neat suit, from the piles couldn’t get satisfied it would be his own Rhodes & Rhodes for plff, Jno J Spen
“Hubby” Charles, having come to the of fashionable garments that cover the fault, and when that mare Kittie was cer for deft.
conclusion that Burns’ figures were below tables of this extensively stocked estab harnessed in a set of Wright's harness
25. Maud M Mitchell vs David P
lishment in Union block, Uncle Josh de she would step off like a two-year old.”
the very whisper of competition.
Mitchell; divorce. Clareace Butt for plff.
“A pretty good start," said the old clared: “Now yon look like a newly
“Holy smoke, Charley, where in the
man, “and now we’ll go up to O. O. married man.” Before leaving, having name of all creation did you get that
"For three days and nights I suffered
Hodson's big hardware and stove store, found both goods and prices irresistible, snipe? That's about the worst weed that agony untold from an attack of cholera
where Polly's housewifely instincts «rill Charles also invested in a complete outfit ever came in contact with my olfactory morbus brought on by eating cucum*
have full play in marvels of kitchen ap of gentlemen's furnishings, from the lat nerve,” laughingly remasked Uncle Josh. here,” says M. E. Lowther, clerk of the
paratus There is not an establishment est style hat to a dozen shirts. Hamblin “Step over here (o Wiesner & Ekstein's district court, Centerville, Iowa. “I
in the country that carries a more com is not to be undersold in McMinnville.
cigar factory and get a Panetella, then thought I should snrely die, and tried a
prehensive stock of household furnish
“Yes, and I must have an album, Un you’ll have a gentleman's smoke. Wies dozen different medicines, bat all to no
ings,” remarked Uncle Josh. “Every! cle Josh,” quoth Polly, and—” “Ye$, ner ft Ekstein take great pride in keep purpose. I sent for a bottle of Chamber
possible piece of kitchen furniture, from and a bible with a reasonably big family ing their cigars up to the highest stand lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem
a tin dipper to a cooking range is here in 1 register,” interrupted the old man,
ard, and conaequently they grow more edy and three doses relieved me entire
all styles and variety.”
we’ll go up street to W. L. Hembree's popular every day,” Qhaxlcy was so well ly.” This remedy is for sale by Howorth
If Polly fails to accomplish wonders in hook and variety store. You’ll find pleased with the Fane^Jla Uncle Josh A Co., druggists.
the culinary art it will not be for lack of many articles indispensablefor the parlor treated him to, that he bought a whole
superior cooking utensils, for she pur as well as the library there, and as for boa and advised his uncle to do the same,
Fine line of mackintoshes at the Rack
chased a Royal Oak steel range with all school supplies W. L. Hembree has an UOt forgetting to also make note of their et stör«. Do not buy till you sm them.
JOLLY OLD UNCLE JOSH.