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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 16, 1900)
M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, NOV. 16, 1900.
One Dollar if paid in advance. Singlennmber.flvecents.
AT COST !
AT COST !
$ 5,000 OUorth of pirst-Class Merchandise
Will be sold at Manufacturers’ Wholesale Price.
This will be one of the most important sales that ever has been or ever will be again in Oregon, which will take place at
R. JACOBSON & CO’S.,
Close to $85,000 of first-class and well-selected stock will be sold at cost on account of a change in business. R. Jacobson, the senior member of R. Jacobson and Co., has made
arrangements to connect himself with a Clothing Manufacturing House in San Francisco, in which he will enter about March ist or sooner. This change will be a great benefit to
this business, also to the consumers, and in order to make this change, we are obliged to make such sale to realize a large sum of money. This
Sale Will Commence Saturday, November 10th,
Bright and early, and continue until January, 1901, and after that day the business will be continued the same as before.
when you see the cut we have made.
Don’t miss the great opportunity.
You will be surprised
We Will Do Just What We Advertise. Some Goods will be sold One=Half off from Regular Prices.
Stock consists of the following lines: Clothing, Dry Goods, Boots & Shoes, Furnishing Goods, Hats & Caps, Ladies’ Tailor-Made Suits, Capes, Jackets, Furs and Fur Collar
ettes Millinery Fancy Goods, Carpets and Oilcloths, Blankets and Quilts, Trunks and Valises, and our whole stock of Piece Goods for Men’s Tailor-Made Suits.
From serious throat and lung trouble depends on two things: Hirst,
securing the right remedy; second, using it in time. ^Ve are confident
that the remedy most certain to give prompt and satisfactory results in
the curing of colds and coughs is Dr. Lowe’s White Ping Cough Syrup
You are apt to have a cold this season. A cough will result and you
will want to cure it as quickly as possible. We want you to try this
remedy with the understanding that if it fails to give entire satisfaction
you are to have your money back.
ROGERS BROS.’ Pioneer Pharmacy.
V The Drug Center of Yamhill County.
has all the necessary sup
plies for making connec
tion with the
t All Plumbing Work entrusted
to him will receive the best
Plows, Harrows and other implements at
Ray Ferguson has sold his hops for 13c.
Mr. Ogden of Portland, government
engineer, was up visiting the locks lately.
It is delightful weather. Hop men are
putting their hop yards in order for an
Mr. Small and family have moved into
the Metzger house. Started three chil
dren to school.
The locks are in fine working order
now. They were closed down for a few
days owing to high water.
Miss Ethel Whitlow of Newberg was
up to Mr. Burbank’s and spent the Sab
bath, retnrning on Monday morning.
Mrs. McIntire reports having sold her
prune crop —dried and ungraded— at
5l2c. Best sale heard of as yet here.
Who can beat that?
A few days ago a large hawk killed a
chicken of Mrs D. V. Olds’. When she
went out the hawk flew up and lit in a
tree. Mrs. Olds got the gun and went
out and shot and killed it. That was
Rev. C. Newton Dubbs, chairman of
the foreign mission work of the United
Evangelical church, with his wife and
son, Master Homer Dubbs, who are on
their way to China as missionaries, were
here on Monday night, and had a very
large congregation. Rev Bowersox and
wife of Dayton attended.
C. M. Pierson and wife came up from
Portland last week to see Mr. Burbank
and assist in waiting upon him. Mr.
Pierson returned on Monday, but his
wife remained to help fake care of her
uncle, who is very low. He came near
passing away, but at present writing has
rallied and is slightly improved.
Everything but Ingrains for the next 60
days at a very LARGE DISCOUNT.
Must have room for more paper now on
H. C. BURNS
♦i J W
, Vice Pres.
, Asst. Cashier »
Of McMinnville, Oregon.
The Oldest Bank in Yamhill County. Established in 88 .
Capital and Surplus, fgo.ooo.
Buvs and sella exchange on all the principal cities of the United »
and draws direct on all the principal points in Europe. The »
„ accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited.
The First National Bank
J. W. Henry of McMinnville was in
F. J. Steward of Dolph has been
spending a few days with Sheridan
Rev. Matlock preached at the Chris
tian church Sunday, both morning and
Mrs. Laura Parks, wife of John Parks of
Mill Creek, was buried at the Harmony
cemetery on Saturday last.
F B. Churchman and wife left on Sat
urday morning’s train for a trip to Port
land, Salem and Silverton.
Rev. Lindsey and Clarence Irvine
drove up from McMinnville Monday, and
were guests of T. J Scroggin.
Mrs. Chas. P. Nelson of McMinnville
arrived Monday, for an extended visit
with her sister, Mrs. Walter Scott.
The A. O. U. W. lodge of this place
will celebrate their twentieth anniver
sary the 17th of this month with an en
tertainment and supper.
The Eastern Star at this place bad an
initiation last Saturday evening followed
by an oyster supper in the kitchen of
their hall, and a jolly time was had by
F. K. Heider of this place and Mrs.
Laura Penland of Mill Creek were mar
ried at the home of the bride last Satur
day afternoon. We extend congratula
A farewell reception was tendered
Eugene Brown and wife Friday night at
the Methodist church by members of the
Epworth League and other friends. A
nice musical and literary programme
was rendered which seemed to be highly
Cook School Noles.
Tried tor Assault.
A new school month.
Prof. L. R. Aiderman, vice-principal
Miss Daniels is not able to teach this of the city schools, was arrested last
week and Miss Irvine is filling her place. week on complaint of Wm. Arthur,
charged with assaulting Orville Arthur,
Norma Goucher, of the first grade, has
a pupil of his school. The incident oc
gone east for a visit of eight or ten weeks.
curred on Tuesday of last week. The
The different rooms are preparing a case was tried in Justice Pugh’s court on
short program for the Wednesday pre Saturday afternoon, in the court room.
R. L. Conner and J. J. Spencer appeared
The compound interest at ten per cent for the state and 0. H. Irvine and W. T.
on (24 from 1626, when the sum waspaid Vinton for the defense. Witnesses for
for Manhattan Island, until the present the state were Orville Arthur, Arthur
time, is something like $2,060,052,662,- Crewse, Gussie Updegraff, Ethel Law,
Miss M. Bird Nelson is visiting her
Letlia Henry, John Maloney and W. C.
parents for a few days.
The increase of the population of the Arthur. Those for the defense were L.
Mrs. B. A. Millsap and son of Lebanon
United States in the last one hundred R. Aiderman, Alice Adams, Marie Ir
are in town, visiting her sister Mrs.
has been almost 100 per cent, and vine, Willie Stout, Ralph Martin, Julia
Verona J. Nelson.
if the population increases as fast in the Ohls, Earl Wisecarver, Florence Sims
Homer White of Polk county, came up next one hundred years, the year 2000 and Viola Martin. Examination was on
from Portland on Tuesday evening and will find us with a population of 1,168,- at the school, and the mental arithme
visited with relatives.
ooo.ooo. If Oregon gets its fair share of tics had been collected and placed on
But there were four
Union Thanksgiving meeting will be 1 the increase it will have something over the teacher’s desk
held in Friends’ church with appropri 6,000,000. McMinnville will have some books lacking, to which the teacher
ate service, the sermon by Rev. Levi D. thing like 60,000, and the Cook school called attention. Orville promptly re
will have near two thousand five hun plied, "Here is my book, professor."
The professor replied that he knew it
Last week C. G. Christenson and wife I dred pupils.
was there, and had seen him use it in
paid a short visit to Mrs. Christenson’s
Roll of honor for the month ending
The boy replied, ‘‘Do you
mother, Mrs.W. M. Townsend, on their Nov. 9th:
mean to say that I cheated. If so, that's
return frorfi Portland.
First and second grades—Lee Hutch a lie.” The professor walked back and
A jolly crowd from Lafayette visited ings, Edward Kaufman, Floyd Kauf proceeded to punish the pupil, and after
the Rebekah’s lodge in Newberg on man, Arthur Nowak, Rollin Seibert,
difficulty succeeded in removing him
Tuesday evening, and enjoyed a pleasant Edith Easterly, Alma Christenson, Ar from the seat, and after this was accom
evening and a fine supper.
ete Irvine, Irma Rummel, Ednc Wing, plished bumped his head upon the floor,
The sale of the hotel fixtures by F. X. Muriel Wardle, Harold Bird, Oscar No causing some abrasions of the skin. The
McAtee on last Saturday was poorly at wak, Ozbun Walker, Arwell Weaver, witnesses were substantially agreed in
tended, and was continued until Monday. Adele Willis, Neva Cary, Ona Cary, their testimony excepting the manner of
Esther Ferguson, Esther Hamblin, Marie the teacher’s taking hold of the pupil,
Mr. McAtee will remove to Portland.
Henry, Dora Long, Minnie Nowak, Bes some claiming that he choked him, and
sie York, Homer Mosier, Terry Pace, others that he took hold of his coat col
Norris Rogers, Claude Smith, Clarissa lar. The jury was composed of E. L.
Bob Greer came in on the morning Smith, Lucile Redmond, Augusta Puter-
Wing, J. B. Gardner, H. A. Palmer, M.
train last Saturday.
B. Hendrick, J. W. Gault and Marion
The dance at the hall last Friday night
Third and fourth grades—Essie Baker, Rowland. They were in deliberation
was not well attended.
Bessie Baker, Lena Christenson, Esther about an hour, when they brought in a
The revival meetings at the Baptist Grissen, Muriel Long, Edith Malone, verdict of "not guilty.”
church still continue.
Millie Kaufman, Max Fleming, Freddie
Indlcalien« of » Wild Winter,
Several cases of scarlet fever are re Little, Nile Porter, George l’uterbaugh,
Glen Ruffner, Willie Snyder, Earle War
ported by the doctors.
The Reporter office has two convicting
Grace Mulligan, who has been down dle, Ethel Converse, Katie Cook, Maude evidences of the balminess of the season.
Hively, Leta Stewartson, Myrtle Wing, On Monday W. D. McDonald brought in
with scarlet fever is now improving.
Cynthia Wing, Maggie Weaver, Edith a remarkable specimen for the time of
Howard Elston was shown the myster
Weaver, May Williams, Ixila Walker, year—a snowball in bloom surrounded
ies of Workmanship last Friday night.
Carl Christenson, Guy Easterly, Bertie by foliage of the beautiful red autumn
Mr. Martin, who went to Salem for an Smith, Lester Seibert, Harvey Walker,
tints. It had bloomed in his front yard.
operation some time ago, is doing nicely. Omer Hubbard.
The same day Mrs. Elizabeth Wilcox
Fred Stimson, who went to eastern
Fifth and sixth grades—Edene Bried- of Lafayette brought a number of stems
Oregon some time ago, has returned to well, V. Kratz, Flora Walker, Gordon
from th» red rasplierry containing fully
Baker, Charles Lambert, Fred Schenk, ripened fruit. It has been predicted all
Joe Roth made a trip to Tilamook last Bertha Savage, Ixda Hayes, Jessie Gaunt, along that signs pointed to a hard win
week, where he had a law suit with par Robert Butchers, Eva Hayes, Olive ter, but the theory is not borne out by
ties living there.
Blood, Chester Martin. Emily Hamblin, the above facts.
Carl Locknaine, who was taken to the Eva Little, Alta Klyver, Ved Guild.
Neither is the force of workmen at
reform school early this fall, has been
Eighth grade—Maurice Arthur, Sadie Jones' mill expecting a severe season.
brought back, and will tie placed on good | Coffy, Bertha Converse, Lillie Gran- It is their intention to run the mill alt
> strom, Emrick Harbaugh, Ralph Mar winter, being enabled to have the logs
The weather for the past two weeks tin, Truman Northup, Julia Olds, Mary by constructing an additional dam, and
has been like spring, the roads dry, and Rogers, Florence Simms, Jennie Savage, Mr. Jones states that all signs of severe
those who ride bicycles have been im Hope Sully, Willie Stout, Gussie Upde weather presaged by mountain surround
graff, Florence Updegraff, Earl Wisecar ings rather indicate an open winter.
proving the time.
Mrs. Martin and Mm. M E. Holmes ver, Cecil Peckham, Alice Adams.
drove to Salem on Wednesday of this
week. Mrs. Martin went to visit her ■tap« the Cawph and Warks oil
husband who is at the hospital.
I-axalive Bro no-Qninine Tablets cures This aignsluM Is on rvtry box of tbs genuieo
Farm for sale—16» acre« adjoining cold in one day. No cure, no pay. Price Laxative Bromo-Quinine Tabieu
lb» remedy that mree • eoM
town. Inquire at this office.