The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, August 02, 1901, Image 5

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    PHYSICIANS
Walter Holman is visiting his parents
Hay baling, low prices, good work.
J. A. D ehby 4 S on .
here.
J. B. Mellott of Dayton is raising white
A. M. Stratton of Carlton was in the
p E. OOUCHER, fl. D.
Jelly glasses aud fruit jars at Kegg's.
blackberries
city yesterday.
Prof. L. K. Alderman is conducting an i
Bring your l>eet butter aud fresh eggs
A girl was born Wednesday to the wife
Physician
institute in Tillamook.
I to Wallace A Walker ami get their worth of Arthur Smith.
hiteaon creamery butter. For in cash or mdae.
and Surgeon. eale Try by U Wallace
Ira Nelson and family have been in
A Walker.
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Mrs. M. G. Kennedy from Astoria is; camp at Meadow lake this week.
Ottte«* over M< Minnville National Bank.
Miss McCann of I'ayton is visiting her ■ visiting her mother, Mrs. Jas. McCann.
< alls responded to Day amt Night.
M. E. Holmes of Amity was in the
sister, Mrs. Pr. Lewis.
Mrs. Wilbur Cook and family of Port­ city on business yesterday inoroing.
McMIXNVILLh
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OREGON.
Chas. I*. Nelson has constructed an land have been visiting at J. Wilson
For feed, hav. Hour aud berries,
Cook's the past week.
addition to his residence.
QOOK & CABLE,
J. A. D khby A S on .
We are paying this week 30 to 35 cts
Lohan carries a good stock of light and
Waute«l
—
A
buggy
horse and bnggy or
heavy harness. Cali and get prices. per roll for good butter and 16 cts
Elevators at McMinnville. Yamhill County
buckl>oard
H B. R eeii .
for fresh eggs. W ali a « k A W ai ker .
Woikuianobip first-class.
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and at Shedd, Linn County
Mrs. Roy Martiu was taken quite se­
C. C. Robbins, a former architect with
Miss Hettie Baker was seriously ill
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
Jones A Adams, is now a reaideut of verely ill on Wednesday.
the past week from heart trouble.
Highest prices paid for chickens, but­
UKsaoN.
AVING purchased the Hendrick Warehouse, I
MCMINN VILLAS,
Attorney C. W. Talmage will remove Portland.
ter
and eggs at the Grange store.
J. P. Irvine, wife and daughter, spent
am prepared to receive and store grain. Many
to Tillamook this week, and open an
C. MICHAUX, fl. D.,
Mrs. T. B. Kay of Salem is visiting her
yesterday in the mountains at Petch’s
office for the practice of bis profesoion.
years’ experience in the business in the valley
parents in this city.
Leave orders for peaches from Mr. mill.
aud in the largest mills of the State enables me to
Physician and Surgeon, Post’s orchard with any of the leading G, S. Wright, dentist, I ish returned The Grange store is making some big
offer
to the farmers the very highest market price
from San Francisco and will be in bis cuts on the price of shoes for a few daye.
grocers.
for
their
grain.
M c M innville , O regon .
Geo. Murton of Portland spent Sun­
Travel to the coast has begun in earn­ office on and after Monday, August Dtk).
Lambert Bros, want all the poultry, day with his brother C. C. in this city.
est. The trains from Portland to Ya-
Office iu Wright Block.
eggs and farm produce, for which they
quina particularly are well filled.
Mrs Isom Small of Lafayette is visit­
will pay the highest cash price. At
ing this week with McMinnville friends.
Photo mounts cut to any size you wish Palmer’s old stand.
QR. C. T. SniTH,
at this office, and for sale cheaper tban
Harry Watkins of Boise visited friends
The Sheridan school board has chosen
the cheapest.
C. C. Linden as principal, and W. S. in this city several daye the past week.
Walter Hembree and F. H. Johnson Buell, Bessie Linden and Mildred
Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Manning of Seattle
spent Monday and fuesday in the moun­ Daugherty as teachers.
are visiting at the home of 8. A. Man­
Union Block, McMinnville. Oregon.
tains on the head waters of the Willa­
J acob W ortman , Pres.
E d H endricks , Vice Pres.
Deering binder, seven foot folder, used ning.
Office Hours, 10-12 and 2-1.
mina.
J ohn W ortman , Cashier.
A rthur M c P hillips , Asst. Cashier
three years, for sale or trade. Also
Miss Ella Hendrick visited Miss Fran­
Those indebted to S. A. Manning heavy team of horses for sale or trade ces Mann in Portland from Friday until
please call and settle at the office of
BARBERS.
Inquire at this office.
Tuesday.
R. L. Conner.
,
A.
C.
Chandler
visited
relatives
in
Harvesting and threshing crews can
Mr. and Mrs. Robt Thompson of Oak­
[ O man BROS.,
Of McMinnville, Oregon.
land made a brief visit to the family of Forest Grove from Saturday until Mon­ find all supplies for the cook wagon at
The Oldest Bank in Yamhill County. Established in 1885.
their unde, Wayman Hembree, on Mon­ day, Mrs. Chandler and son remaining Kegg’e.
Capital and Surplus, $90,000.
several days longer.
day.
Joe Herkoeky and wife departed yes­
Buys and sells exchange on all the principal cities of the United
Mrs.
Belshaw
of
Eugene,
who
has
been
terday
for
a
season
of
camping
at
Jones'
Have your carpets renovated during
We are located opposite H. C. Burns and aim
States, anil draws direct on all the principal points in Europe. The
to give ali customers good treatment for little the warm summer months, at the Mc­ visiting her sister Mrs. Dwight Carlin mill.
accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited.
money. Bath looms in cuuneciiou. Your pat­
for
the
past
two
weeks,
expects
to
return
Lost—Black serge cape on road between
Minnville steam laundry.
ronage solicited.
to her home today.
Meadow lake and Carlton. If finder will
J. W. Hobbs left Monday morning for
Miss Mary Jones gave a farewell party return to Mrs. J. A. Cunningham at Carl­
-T- -T-T’-T-T- -’T
Eugene and points south on revenue
HARNESS
at her home Wednesday evening to Miss ton the trouble will be rewarded.
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business.
Mabel Reynolds, who took her departure
The Reporter is pleased to announce
The framework is up for a new two-
pLSIA WRIGHT,
for Troutdale yesterday.
that Mrs. E. A. Turner, who has been
story
residence
for
Marvin
Thurber,
just
Manufactures and Deale in
Mrs. Jennie Jones of Aurora, Neb., ar­ very ill, is now much improved and her
west of the college grounds. It will be
rived Wednesday evening on a visit to recovery is looked for.
a good-sized house
the family of J. M. Fink. They were
Newt Wisecarver of Geyserville, Calif.,
Remember the summer clearance sale formerly neighbors in Nebraska.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
is visiting hie former home here, looking
of
shoes
at
F.
Pielschneider
’
s.
15
per
..ndbrushes, and sells them cheaper than they
L. E. Walker’s grocery is headquarters after farming interests. He is well
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette cent discount. Odds and ends and bro­
for supplies for threshing crews. His pleased with the golden state
Valiev. Our all home made sets of harness are ken sizes at cost and below.
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pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
force is kept busy. He makes a special­
F. E. Rogers and family and Miss ty of bread. See him for terms.
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Epworth League Social.
Josie Gortner and Roy Turner depart to­
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The
Epworth
League
will
give
a
social
The North Yamhill town council is
yyiLLARD & EHRMAN,
day for Netarts to remain from two to
to
iis
members
and
friends
at
the
M.
E.
endeavoring to find a sufficient supply
s
four weeks, as the notion takes them.
Proprietors of
of water for the town by tunneling the church this Friday evening, beginning
We keep right up with the styles. We Blackburn hill. Progress is reported. promptly at 8 o’clock. A short literary
are only a week behind New York and
program has been prepared under the
The St. Paul ball team will play a
Chicago.
We
are
making
close
prices
supervision of Mr. Clarence Stout, the £
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
match game with the high school nine
on suits this month. J ohnson , Tailor.
literary vice president, and at its con­
of this city next Sunday at 2:30 p. tn.
South side Third St. between B and C.
W. S. Houck and Mellic Martin were Admission 15c, ladies free. Grand stand clusion there will be a social hour and
In Dress Goods, Shirt Waists, Parasols, Summer Silks
refreshments, which will be in charge of
on the head waters of the North Yam- 10c.
DRAYMEN
the social department of the league. The
hill the first of the week and caught 118
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Every purchase draws a prize in the chapter extends a very cordial invitation
tront. This is better fishing than is gen­
MILLINERY AT COST.
quality
of
goods
and
the
extremely
low
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ßROW’ER & SON,
to all its friends to be present on this oc­
erally reported.
prices at the Racket store, and you do casion. The program prepared is as fol­
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McniNNViLLE
Al Campbell will occupy the property not help pay for some one else’s prize
Also some lines in Shoes.
lows:
■>
now occupied by Dr. Lewis, as soon as or premium.
Rally Hymn.
the latter moves to bis newly acquired
Just take a look at our windows and see what a cut
Sam T. Shaw, the popular comedian, Words of Welcome................................. President
Our Convention Experiences........ F. 8. Harding
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Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful property on C street
have
made in prices.
who
visited
this
city
in
1899,
and
whom
handling guaranteed. Collectionswill be made
Recitation .................
Villa Brown
County
Superintendent
E.
V.
Little
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monthly. Hauling of allkinds done cheap.
everybody liked, died in Kansas City on The League's Social Side
Bev. J. Hoberg
field announces that the regular exami­ July 18tb, of the brain trouble which Solo
Miss Fay Martin
nation of applicants for state and county overtook him last year, and from which Reading...............................
Hattie Brown
Remarks
H. T. Atkinson
teachers’ certificates will be held be never recovered.
Solo........................
Arthur E. Lambert
Wednesday, August 2-lth, and continue
McMinnville’s Greatest Store.
What most people want is something
till the following Saturday at 4 o’clock.
Old Age.
mild and gentle when in need of a physic.
George Dorsey, we are informed, re­ Chamberlain’s stomach and liver tablets
Next Sunday the pastor of the M. E.
ceived $40 for the crop of cherries on his fill the bill to a dot. They are easy to church will preach morning and evening
STR. TAHOMA
big Royal Ann tree this year. It is take and pleasant in effect. For sale by as usual. In the morning he will preach
Daily Round Trips except Sunday.
very doubtful if he made near that much Howorth A Co.
a special sermon, the subject of which
TIME CARD.
off an acre in any other crop on his farm,
W. S. Houck of this city has bought gill be “Old Age.” In the evening the
Leave Portland........
- p’\l unless it is some small fruit.—Dayton
the partnership interest of M. B. Hen­ Epworth League devotional service,
Of McniNNViLLE, OREGON.
Herald.
drick in the McCoy warehouse. J. J. which begins promptly at 7, will be con­
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Conner entertained
P
aid
C
apital
,
350,000
S urplus and P rofits , 325,000
Hill is the other interested party and ducted by Rev. Joseph Hoberg and will
a number of friends at their home
be
followed
by
the
monthly
roll
call.
Transact.
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General
Banking
business
awl
extend, to its patrons every facility
will personally conduct the business un­
consistent with safe and prudent banking.
Wednesday evening in honor of their
All are cordially invited to attend these
der the firm name of Hill A Houck.
DIRECTORS:
guest, Mrs. Fellows of Medford. Whist
services.
Daily Bound Trip except Monday.
Threshers seem to be operating with
L. E. Cowls
was indulged in and dainty refreshments
concerted action They will generally
Ciscade Locks. Hood River, White Salmon were served.
Wm. Campbell
W. L. Warren
Prescriptions Compounded.
start up next Monday morning
The
Lee
Laughlin,
Pres.
J.
L. Rogers, Vice Pres.
Lyle st. Martin's Springs and The Dalles.
Public schools have about fifteen
crew of E. Wright, Joe Roth, John Penn­
E.C. Apperson, Cashier W. S. Eink, Asst- Cashier
Not mixed or dumped together, but
TIME CARD.
months yet in which to change from the
ington, Lambert’s, Geldard’s and others always put up by an accurate pharmacist.
Office hour« o a m. to < p. m
Leave Portland
........................... a. m old to the new series of school books, but
are
preparing to start in at that time.
Arrive The Dalles
•
3p.ro the book firms, who allow 50 per cent ex­
The most reliable makes of drugs only
Leave
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4 p. m change on old books, will not exchange
The Southern Pacific will employ ouly used. We buy right and sell you pre­
Arrive Portland
10 p. ro
after Dec. 31st this year. Probably most Japanese on the section work hereaiter, scriptions for less money than any place
Meals The Very Best.
of the schools will commence using the and will erect houses along the line for in Yamhill county. We also carry a fine
£^^“<undav Trips a Leading Feature.
B^Tbis Route nas the Grandest Scenic At­ new Looks this year, at the opening of their occupancy. A housekeeping car is line of sundries. A trial will convince
tractions on earth.
now sidetracked for their use here. The you.
P eery D rug C o .
the full term.
l.andinrand Office: Foot Alder St
company claim they cannot get white
Both Phones, Main 851.
Prescription
Druggist.
Daniel Merrill and family visited sev­ men to stay with the job.
PORTLAND, OREGON.
/
We never have had a time-worn stock of Furni-
eral days the past week with bis parents,
lor Sale.
f. W. Crichton, Agt. Portland. Grandpa Merrill and wife, and his sister, Capt. A. E. Parker is enjoying a visit 212 acres, Farm
?
ture,
but we are making a Clearance sale just now
one-half under cultivation.
Mrs. D. M. Caldwell and family. He is from his sister, Mrs. T. M. Whitcomb of
x
of
a
nice,
durable and medium grade of goods, and
J ihn M. Filloon, Agt. The Dalles. on his wav from Bandon, Or., to North South Dakota, and her daughter Lulu. Good land. Price very reasonable. i%
C
i'i
their
place
will put in the best stock ever landed
miles
from
Carlton.
Inquire
of
Mrs
M.
Yakima, Wash., where he expects to re­ It was 36 years since brother and sister J. Carl, Carlton.
A. J. TAYLOR, Agt, Astoria.
32m2
/
in
McMinnville,
both as to styles and quality.
had
met.
The
captain
bad
just
returned
side in the future. On Friday the two
y
Along
with
this
we will continue to carry the
families drove up to Monmouth to visit from the war, and immediately headed
Farm For Sale,
west for California, when he last gave
x
cheaper
goods
to
suit
that class of trade. But for
relatives.
One hundred and sixty acres of land
sister good bve Previous to return­
R M. Trowbridge, who was one of the hie
ing home 5frs. Whitcomb will bottle on summit of Coast Range. Good house
passengers in the stage accident on the some brine of the great Pacific to take
and barn, otber out buildings of sawed
mountains July 4th, when bis arm was with her. Later, they may become resi­
timber, twenty-five acres in grass, and
broken, and when his brother was killed, dents of Oregon.
You should see
considerable fruit. Inquire of J. O. f
died suddenly at Tillamook on Saturday.
James Shipman of Webfoot discovered
Hanchett, or address Mrs. M. E. Paige,
He had remained at the Trask house on Fridav last that three cows of bis
East Portland, “The Brown.”
herd
bad
been
badly
mutilated
and
after the accident until two da}s previous stabbed with something like a pike pole,
Third St., former stand of Racket Store.
to bis death, when he went to Tillamook. and one of the animals had a leg broken
He was a resident of Dayton, Oregon.
Complaint was lodged against Ed Ducloe
More Than Mixing.
as being the perpetrator of the damage,
Having made arrangements with the and
he was arrested bv Constable
largest milling company of the states of Brower, and brought to town. The pre­
Prescription compounding is more
Oregon or Washington, to handle our liminary examination was set for next than weighing, measuring and mixing.
grain thp coming season, we are now pre­ Monday, before Justice J. M Pugh of Sometimes it isn't, but it ought always
pared to handle all grades of grains at a this city.
to be. To rightly and safely fill pre­
I
I|r nr ' Why go miles to trade. when you can get near
The new uitxlel Wstcli Movement better advantage and at the leading pri­
Geo H Himes settles the question scriptions requires a knowledge of drugs,
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• your home Groceries, Work Clothing, Socks,
measure? but little more in thickness ces of snv warehouseman of the county. from his diary, who were the first ladies 1
than the length of the screw holding the
to ascend Mt. Adams and Mt Hood. their properties and chemical affinities. Gioves, Flour, Confections, Etc., at same prices as elsewhere. See
31-3
C hristenson & H ouck .
plates. No more bulging pockets. No
J. T. COOPER, The New Merchant.
It w»> August 6, 1867, when Samuel L. A prescription specifies the drugs and
exposure to knocks. We carry them
Mrs. E. T. Hatch, whose husband was Brooks, Malcolm Moody, Mies Julia quantities only; the druggist must know- KB~ Binding Twine at our Store.
HOPEWELL, OR.
all grades. Cases to match, adding but
Johnson, of The Bailee; W C. Johnson, in what order and manner the ingredi­
formerly
collector
of
customs
at
St.-
little to their size, yet so constructed a.
Oregon Citv; A. R. Booth, White Bluffs,
Michael, committed suicide Friday night W.T. ; Edwin Fell«, Walla Walla, Wash.. ents must be combined. Ignorance or
to afford ample protection.
You will find our prices right. We will by drowning herself in a well on the and Miss Catherine Anbert, Hood River, error can easily impair the compound.
not be undersold. We get the credit for home of her father, John P. Emmett, of ascended Mt. Adame, reaching the sum­ We know prescription work thoroughly
selling watches at reasonable prices be­
mit in seven hours. Brooks descended and our drugs are of "Jandasd potency.
Whistles, Handle Bars. Lacing, Bells, Tires, Inner Tubes, Cements, Etc,
cause of superior facilities in buying. McCoy. The coroner's jury returned a on a tin plate in one and one-half hours.
verdict
of
suicide
induced
by
temporary
Most jewelers make their entire gam in
August 31, 1869, Miss Lucy Hay, Port­ You can safely entrust your prescrip­
at the same rates while they last.
tions
with
'AS.
so
YEARS
EXPERI
­
selling. We make half our profits in insanity on account of ill health. She land ; Misses Fannie Case and May Rob-
GEO. L. WILLIAMS.
buying, and take it off the selling end
was 29 rears of age and a former resi­ ioaon, Salem; John M. Garrison David ENCE.
your end.
,
Janies Powell started to tsc;nd Mt.
R ogers B ros .' P harmacy ,
dent of Salem. Her husband had joet and
Hood. All reached the summit except
We. F. Dielschneidcr & Bro.,
returned the previous Tuesday from Miee Hay. Miss' Robinson is now Mrs.
McMinnville, Oregon,
The drug center of Yamhill county.
J 'Jary A- Q»l^ey of Payton, Or,
McMinnville's Reliable Jewelers. Alaska.
LOCAL
NEWS.
0. L. GRAY B
Warehouse and Storage
Physicians
and Surgeons
H
Sacks Furnished.
Osteopathic Physician
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Midsummer Clearance Sale
oq iq all ^urqrqer good
CITY MARKET.
prices gut ^Jat| ßoulq
Truck and Dray Co
R. Jacobson & Co.,
White Collar Line.
PORTHND-ASTORI* ROUTE.
The McMinnville National Bank.
Dalles-Portland Route
STR. “BAILEY G1TZERT”
CLEARANCE SALE
of FURNITURE.
See How
Thin It Is?
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Something Really Nice in Furniture
H. C. BURNS,
Qrr UCDCI New Store at Hopewell
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