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M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 1901.
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Forest Grove is afflicted with Mormon preach 'I lie Effect off living Advertised In
the Eusl, Coupled Wills an En
Spring of 1901 is Coming fast-
The Oregon exhibit at Buffalo will comprise
< Overloads of materials, About half of It has
terprising l ocal Spirit.
in industry and business. We seem to
prefer the unorganized condition. Each
man goes it alone.
cause, there has been no proper assim
ilation of our forces. We are half way
on the road from the old to the new ami
are stuck there—not absolutely stuck
fast, perhaps, but in no condition to get
forward at fitting pace. * * * For Ore
gon, nature lias done all that could be
desired, though man is yet remiss."
A long established and influential
already gone forward.
eastern investment journal in comment
The Oregon stick of timber that is to startle ing upon Seattle, atul her spirit of push
------SO IS THE------
the natives at Buffalo will be 36x36 inches
<< square and 75 feet in length.
iu all matters of local benefit, thus clear
■I I An exchange suggests that the party who is ly sets forth the reasons for her grdwtli:
Ileuili <■! Meplieii II. York.
The ‘‘Seattle spirit” is an axiom of the
•< going to the John l*ay country in search of
west which indicates a spirit to - do
This well known citizen died at his
fossils might find them at home.
things—to accomplish whatever is un home two miles northeast of this city on
Five new hop contracts were signed in Marion dertaken, by united effort, as witnessed Saturday. March 30th, of pneumonia,
------COMING IN TO------
county last week, the price paid being 11c per in the quick raising of a bonus of $ 100,- after a three days’ illness
pound The crop pledged aggregated 50,000 000 to aid the Morans in securing the before his death he attended services in
That spirit was Lafayette, and early in the week was
At a trial in Moro, Sherman county, II wit manifest in her earliest days, when men, busy with his farming operations.
nesses were subpiented from Albany. Each women and children turned out to aid York was a native of Illinois, born in
McLean county, Oct. 17111,1859, emigrat
witness cost f60 for mileage. The defendant
a local affair. It was exemplified at a ed to Kansas ami there married Miss
ASK FOR THE
Lizzie Bosch Jan. 29111,1891, and came
A client entered the office of a Salem attorney overtaken by a dire calamity. Seattle to Oregon the same year.
HE STOCK has been per
and voluntarily paid a fee due for legal services had raised a fund of ft,000 for the Johns with the Christian church in November,
sonally selected by Mr.
amounting to 325. The attorney promptly closed town sufferers, when the terrible tire of 1894, under the preaching of B. F. Bon
his office for the day.
that year overcame the city of Seattle, nell, and lived a consistent Christian life
Nayberger, one of the firm,
Two children have the smallpox in mild form and a loss of $12,000,000 was entailed until his death, lite funeral was held at
aud from the Largest Manu
between Con allls and Philomath. It Is said upon the young city. At a mass meet the Christian church on Sunday after
the disease was contracted In Kansas, where the ing of ways and means, following the noon, attended by a very large number
facturers in New York City,
fire, the question was raised, ‘‘What of friends, and as many as 150 brethren
mother visited recently.
for spot cash, and all of the
A. E. Mauritzen, representing a big immigra shall be done with the Johnstown fund?” of the Woodmen order being in line and
newest styles out. Everyone
tion bureau at Miuuea|>olis. has established an ‘‘Send it on!” was the response from furnishing a very beautiful testimonial
with Fred Hurst at Salem for the purpose hundreds of throats. The thousand dol of the worthiness of the departed broth
in this community is well
lars went to Johnstown, and Seattle arose er and the esteem ill which they held
of directing and locating new settlers.
front her ashes, “Queen City of the him. Elder Lindsey bast’d a sympa
aware that we disposed of the
Eight new rural mail route carriers began Northwest.”
thetic and encouraging discourse on 1st
their work out ot 'Salem on Monday. The aver
biggest portion of our large
Now note the contrast.
Cor. 15156, and a quartet composed of
age route is 23 miles, and the aggregate num
stock last fall during our great
A New York correspondent to the Prof. Bristow, A. V. R. Snyder, Miss
ber of miles traversed by the eight routes is
Jennie Snyder aud Mrs. Kate Brower
Finance, published in St. Louis, writes;
sale. Therefore we will have
rendered impressive music.
grave the beautiful ritual service of the
all new and stylish goods for
farmers residing east of Salem, asking the Mar writing in a New York hostelry.
Woodmen was carried out, and the body
the Spring and Summer sea
Ion county court to grant a franchise for the
Sitting in tile lobby of tile hotel the returned to the earth from whence it
cattle, the spirit having gone to God who
son’s trade, and prices lower
mentioned in a group of gentlemen; gave it. He leaves a wife and two chil
than anyone else in the state,
W. F. Scott and wife, of Woodland, Washing
dren. brothers, sisters and a host of
ton, eanie on the evening train Saturday. Mr. meet a friend; but alas, "Spokane,” friends to mourn his loss.
quality considered. Our stock
Scott lias the cheese factory about in running
will consist of the following:
order. He will be ready next week to handle were spoken of Seattle, but Oregon, or
Portland, never a word; I felt lonesome
all the milk in the country.—Sheridan Suu.
and had nothing left me but to hie my
Albany has raised 3500 for the purpose, and is
Rolla Jones is shipping cream to Inde
Dress goods and Silks of All Shades and Qualities
self off to my apartments, and now 1
preparing a pamphlet descriptive of the re wonder if I hail from such an insignifi pendence.
Ladies' Tailor-Made Suits, Separate Skirts, Jackets, Capes,
sources and advantages of Linn county for dir. cant section of the world that no one
Jos. Roth is running a wagon through
triliution In the east. A headquarters will be knows about it. O, that I might hear
Largest and Best Line of Shirt Waists ever Shown in the State,
the country selling merchandise and
maintained at the Buffalo exposition for dis someone say ‘ Portland, Oregon.” As
buying butter and eggs.
tribution of the literature.
QOer gu)o ^îjousaqd Radies', [pisses aqd g^ildreq’e ^rirqrqed |j|ats,
I sit and reflect with regret, upon the
The wife of Chas. Wandless is the
The way rents run up is Illustrated in the misfortune of our backwoods condition,
ease of Sheriff Frazier of Portland. He has con I remember, however, that we have a mother of a fine girl. The stnile on
ducted a livery stable business in the same friend in the “Finance.”
You have Charley’s face reaches elear across.
quarters for eighteen years, the rents paid dur found out, some way, that we amount to
Revival services are being held at the
ing tliat time aggregating thirty thousand dol something, as shown by your editorial Methodist church by the pastor of the
To fit the Smallest Boy, the Largest Fat and Slim Man.
lars. 11c has now bought the pnqierty for twen entitled “Throttled Opportunities!”
He is spoken
I cannot write from Oregon, but may of as a fluent speaker and much good is
And prices which will surprise you all.
Edwin Stone has been in Portland where he
met A. 11. Hammond and brother, W. If. Ham willingness to publish facts relative to
Mrs. Brownson, mother of Mrs J. B.
|^]eq 6 §uits |^|ade to Qrder iq our f$iqe ^ailoriqg Qepartrqeqt.
mond, who have just returned from California.
Williams, passed away to the beyond
In a few days it can be announced whether Mr. continued efforts, in a missionary way, last Friday at it a. m. The remains
Hammond will undertake to build the C. 4 E. not so much for our residence, but that were taken to Corvallis for interment.
the whole world may know of the great
road over the mountains this year.
opportunities lying dormant; waiting for She was spoken of as a lady of sterling
Ed V Price, who left Corvallis a quarter of a
some one to utilize them.
Today the qualities, and during her long illness was
century ago. and was not heard of until recent
New York Sun has a three column arti patient and willing to go.
Cannot be excelled in the State for Prices, Quality and
cle on Tacoma, her natural harbor, her
Sunday night at the Christian church
debts which he left, has become the head of
foreign trade, etc., but where is Portland, Elder Arthur Catte was greeted by one
one of the largest mercantile houses of Chica
of the largest audiences ever in that
go. He has prospered wonderfully, and Corvallis
It is impossible to mention all we carry in stock.
the northwest for residence, it has the church, an<l it was composed of the very
is proud of him.
most superb climate, is the richest and best people of Amity and vicinity. After
Players ot slot machines who desire to gratify largest city, it is on the Willamette river, about three years among us, the elder’s
their passion can do so now. fn fact every day close to where it opens into the fatuous work is fully appreciated by the people
there is a string of farmers at the game. It is Columbia which draws sufficient water as shown by tlieir support.
located at the creamery and the players put to admit the largest ocean vessels, and
chips in the slot and pump out their milk. The affords a natural harbor for the accom
machine is a daisy and no one seems to kick.— modation of more vessels than have ever
Independence West Side.
McMinnville’s Greatest Store.
yet landed on the Pacific coast. It affords
The Epworth league gave a sttrgrise
A. M. Humphreys of Salem is the last name a water inlet for imported merchandise,
to be added to the long list of wheat warehouse fluxes for treating ores, Chinese and Jap party at the parsonage on Tuesday of
defaulters, fie is found short 10,000 bushels of anese, an outlet for our wheat, lumber, last week, anil indeed it was a surprise
to the pastor, Rev. Lockhart. He had
wheat. The creditors refuse to accept his offer coal and all exports.
Portland is the “pride city” of Oregon. been in the country and came home late
of the warehouses, valued at |6,0tD. as indem
nity, and he is allowed until April 6th to make Oregon might be the “banuer” state of to find n company of about twenty in
Fish, hops, wool, fruit, lum possession of the parsonage, und who
settlement and avoid criminal prosecution.
ber, “dry rain” (that you like when you ¡tail it well provided with eatables.
There is talk that a large number of immi get used to it); and mines—who says purse of the more substantial was pre
grants is about to arrive in Corvallis. Before there are mines in Oregon? Thank God sented the pastor in testimony of his
their arrival it is suggested that sidewalks lead I have a tongue and can talk back, or I faithful services. Long live the Epworth
lug to the two reilroa<| stations be Improved, too would be convinced that we have no le.agne, may it come again and more so.
There are holes in some of them that are a mines, if I had to simply listen. We
Married, by Rev. A. A. Winters, Wm.
positive menace to life and limb. Every Im are going to have an exposition in 1905,
migrant that falls Into one of them aqd break* from that time on I expect to see a change. Wyrick of Mason county, Washington,
his nee|c will certainly locate elsewhere,— I have now in the parlors of the Oregon am I M iss Minnie Postle, of this place»
Steam and Hot Water Heating and Sanitary Plumbing of
Wednesday, March 27, 1901, at 5 o'clock
Mining Stock Exchange, at Portland, p. tn. The band boys gave them a fine
Homes or Ottices. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Shop with S. A.
The historic spot al Champoeg whereon May fair samples from about 100 Oregon serenade which was responded to in good
Manning. Phone Main 41.
2d, 1343, Col. Joe Meek, the pioneer trapper and mines, the result of a year’s work. By shape. The happy couple departed for
patriot stood when he called for a division as to 1905 we will have in Portland enough their new home next morning, amid the
whether the country should become British or mineral exhibit to open people’s eyes. good wishes of all.
American soil, and the vote stood 52 to 50, is to Oregon produced more gold last year
Ute Epworth league gave a stereopti
Who are broken in health.
be marked by a monument costing 3300, for than was produced in Colorado iu 1889.
con entertainment bv Dr. Kellogg of
Whose backs are weak.
which an appropriation was marie by the last
Mr. Markham of the Southern Pacific Portland on Wednesday night ot last
Whose vitality is wasted.
legislature, at the instance of Gov. Geer. It Is railway is b<x>uting the creamery busi
week, in the Methodist church.
Whose nerves are shattered.
hoped to have the monument ready for unveil ness, a good thing to do.
J acob W ortman , Pres.
E d H endricks , Vice Pres.
ing by May 2d of this year.
J ohn W ortman , Cashier.
A rthur M c P hillips , Asst. Cashier
you think of stopping in a country town 1 Mrs. M. M. Kimberlin returned from
Who are rheumatic.
All the Kansas men fn Salem, and their other surrounded by fanners, ami not a pound rndejiendenceon Friday of last week, af
Who have varicocele.
name Is legion, have been walking on air. They of butter to be had for two days? Vic ter a week's visit with her sister, Mrs.
are prond of Funston, anil glad to have a Shilling and the O. R. & N. railway are Hurley.
Rev. Bronlette will preach in the Pres
breathing spell after the deeds of Carrie Nation. talking about a direct line of steamers
They arc thinking of forming a iqutual admira to the Philippines and China; also a byterian church next Sunday, morning
Of McMinnville, Oregon.
tion society and eating a sqp(»er pjgellicr. or in smelter for Portland, all excellent under and evening. All invited.
Enclose It to Me With
The Oldest Bank in Yamhill Connty. Established in 1885.
dulging In some other form of mild dissipation, takings.
Burt Haney is teaching school near
Capital and Surplus, (90,000.
to work off the effervescence of their joy ami
Leslie's Monthly shows that Oregon is Briedwell’s station not far from Amity,
Buys and sells exchange on all the principal cities of the United
on the map, shows that we have iron lie s|>eiit Saturday and Sunday with rel-
And J will furnish you all complete,
set of fellows the Kansans are, anyway.
States, and draws direct on all the principal points in Europe. The
and nickel. True enough, iron in abun ! atives here.
readv for use, mv 1901. Model No.
dance and alxtut a nickel’s worth of
accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited.
J. H. Olds is fitting up the house he
7, SANDEN ELECTRIC BELT.
of two million dollars was organized Inst week I nickel. I do not wonder at the "send lioiight recently, cleaning up the grounds
1 It is superior in make, quality and
I could say and putting it in good shape.
at Eugene. It is named the Uncle Sam Milling . off” that paper gives us.
power to any belt offered by other
and Mining Co. It will operate in the Blue many things, but probably they will
dealers for which they charge $30
Dr. Watts preached a bible temper
River district and already owns four claims, sound better from the lips of that pioneer, ance sermon in the Methodist church
the "Uncle Bam,” “Verl,” “Red Bell,” and j H. W. Scott, editor of the Oregonian, last Sunday morning.
"HunrTse.“ These claim* have all shown excel- | who in his address nt the recent banquet
THE BELT THAT CURES
The delegates to the Yamhill county
lent indications of being rich with the yellow I at the Commercial club, uttered the fol convention of Sunday schools, held at
metal, and It is the Intention of the com|atny to
Call or write for my free booklets,
here tonight, I will any that our main Sheridan last Thursday and Friday,
put in a stamp mill by May 1st of this year
which explain all atxiut my world
as it seems to me, lie in the speak in the highest terms of the con
An Interesting still was tiled In de|airtment
shtggi.hness of our temperament. This vention and say it was a grand success.
We never have had a time-worn stock of Furni
No. 1 of the state circuit court for polk county, again is due to peculiar conditions. The session is to l>e held in Lafayette
DR. A. T. SANDEN
Monday. The suit is entitled Thoma- Graham, From the pioneer state of life we have next year. Mrs. Edwards was re-elected
ture, but we are making a Clearance sale just now
169 Fourth St., Portland, Oregon,
plaintiff, vs Webb Lewi*, defendant, and judg not as yet wholly emerged. We are at a president.
All the delegates returned
of a nice, durable and medium grade of goods, and
ment ts a*ked by the plaintiff tor 33214.50, as'
sort of half-way house between pioneer home on Saturday.
damages for being shot by defendant. About
in their place will put in the best stock ever landed
J. L. Vickrey, wife and children went
life and the state which should and must
two months ago the parties to the suit, while at ■ succeed it. Newcomers are among us in to Portland last Saturday morning. Mr.
in McMinnville, both as to styles and quality.
work near Zena, scared up a wildcat and the
considerable numbers, yet not in num Vickrey returned Monday night and the
“varmint" took refuge In a big tree. Plaintiff tiers sufficient to inundate the old popu family on Tuesday.
Along with this we will continue to carry the
climbed the tree to scare the animal down to the
lation, and the old population sets up a
cheaper goods to suit that class of trade. But for
Died, Wednesday morning, the one-
ground. While he we* up thirty feet above kind of conservative resistance to the
I spring trade an entire new line ground,
year-old son ot John Laughlin and wife,
Lewis rushed up with bls shot gun
new. Hence, much ia to lie desired in of membranous croup. Mr. Laughlin ia
of Millinery Goods. The stock end seetng'.raham's gray trousers. took careful the
way of co-operation
The different over near Oak Point, Washington.
consists of all that is
forces in Oregon do not fully work to
Mis. Ray Ferguson is on the sick list.
NEW AND DESIRABLE
gether, and instead of lieing helpful to
You should see
nate man tumbled out of the tree to the ground each other they are in no small degree a
Grandma Henderson, who has been ill
and the prices are very reason and wa* unconscious for nearly 24 hours He check upon each other It is easier to is improving nicely.
23 buckshot in his Itmtn, and his body was find fault—much easier than to find rem
The Degree of Hono* had a fine enter-
able. You are invited to call had
tadly bruised and lacerated. He asks for fame edies for defects in social and industrial tainment at the hall Wednesday night.
damage* and 3214*50 special damages for hoapi- I life We must Be careful, moreover, how After initiating several candidates, the
Third St., former stand of Racket Store.
tai expense*, doctor bill, lorn of work and time, | we proceed, for we must not soil our members gave a splendid supper. Visi-
rs M. E.
etc L H McMahan of Belem, Is attorney fort
own name. But it remain* true that we, I tor» from Dayton and Carltou were pre»-
| Roth’s Store, Amity, Oregon.< the plaintiff.—Observer.
the people ot Oregon, do not act together ' ent.
GREAT MAMMOTH STOCK
R. JACOBSON & CO’S.
a ___ CLOTHING
OUR SHOE LINE
R. Jacobson & Co.,
Plumbing and Tinning
Boiler & Steam Engine
W- N. LONG.
The First National Bank
For Weak Men
CUT OUT THIS AD
lien? Spring IHillinery.
Something Really Nice in Furniture
H. C. BURNS,