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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Aug. 16, 1901)
G. S. Wright, dentist
For feed, hay. flour and berries.
J. A. D erby 4 S on .
M Underwood bad a yield of 20 to 25
p E. GOUCHER, fl. D.
was the hottest of
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
Wheat is now 48 cents.
J. A. D erby A S on .
Miss Dora Peuuiugton is visiting
Jelly glasses and fruit jars at Kegg'e.
John Holland and w ife have moved 1 friends in Salem.
and Surgeon. "e suggest a daily balloon ascension back to McMinnville from Tillamook.
Highest prices paid for chickens, but-
as a feature of the coming carnival.
Office over McMinnville National Bank.
Bring your best butter and fresh eggs J ter aud eggs at the Grange store.
Calls responded to Day and Night.
Try Whiteson creamery butter. For to Wallace <k Walker and get their worth
Mr. Bernard threshed an average of 27
M c M innville -
O regon . eale by Wallace & Walker.
in cash or mdse.
bushels of wheat on the I^abo farm.
E. Estes has moved his fence works to
Mrs. J. Williams of North Yamhill
Born—Ou Saturday, August 10th, to
£OOK & CABLE,
the building adjoining the News office.
came up Tuesday to visit her sister, Mrs.
and Mrs. Wilbern Long, a daughter
If you are in doubt as to w hen to go John Williamson.
and Mrs. Arthur McPbillips re
to the coast, watch Frank Fenton. He's
We are pay ing this week 30 to 35 .-Is
per roll for good butter and 14 ets turned from the coast Saturday evening.
over there now.
for fresli eggs. W allace A W alker .
The Grange store is making some big
Miss Annie Brodie of Seattle visited
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
on the priee of shoes for a few days.
M c M xnnwllx ,
OBXGON. with the family of her brother, H. Brodie, eggs and farm produce, for which they
—On Saturday, August 10th, to
from Saturday to Monday.
will pav the highest cash price. At
Mr. and Mrs. Ellis of A street, this city,
Lobau carries a good stock of light and Palmt-r’s old stand.
I C. MICHAUX, n. 1).,
< I •
heavy harness. Call and get prices.
Mrs. Chas. Privatt is enjoying a visit a daughter.
Miss Edna McNeal of Portland is visit
her mother, Mrs. Cai ter of Port
Physician and Surgeon,
S. A. Manning and family removed to land.
ing at the home of Geo. Williams, her
Portland yesterday. They will start
Fred Hibbs is out to Bald mountain uncle.
M c M innville , O regon .
housekeeping with everything new.
Harvesting and threshing crews can
for his health, having been ailing sever
Office in Wright Block.
Leave orders for peaches from Mr. al days.
find all supplies for the cook wagon at
Post’s orchard with any of the leading
Miss Edith Hamblin gave a party lvegg’s.
|)R. C. T. SniTH,
S. A. Manning purchased the iron
Friday evening in honor of her friend
Mark Holmes, who is employed on the Miss Margaret Hutchinson of Portland. safe of W. C. Miller and removed it to
News, will move his family down from
Charles Griesen and Family are now- Portland on Wednesday.
Amity and occupy the Cozine residence
C. F. Daniels, the feed store man, has
all home from the mountains. Tbev got
on B street.
Union Block, McMinnville, Oregon.
back al the hottest time of tbo summer. been sick this week, the result of over
Photo mounts cut to any size you wish
Office Hours, 10-12 and 2-1.
The tire in the mountains destroyed working in hot weather.
at this office, and for sale cheaper than
Wm, Geldard started up a new self
Wortman’s calf corral. The tire is
wind-stacking thresher on Mon
A new company of New York and
County Surveyor Branson returned day at his place near Carlton.
Philadelphia capitalists has been incor
Harris Bros., Photographers. Take
I OGAN BROS.,
porated to build an electric line from Friday from several weeks’ absence in
eastern Oregon surveying for tLo govern first stairway west of postoffice. First-
Portland to Forest Grove.
class work guaranteed.
Those indebted to S. A. Manning ment.
please call and settle at the office oi
Mrs. Meta Matthien and son Caples
Miss Valeria Patty will return to Port
were in McMinnville on Tuesday, on land next Sunday and will be employed
We are located opposite H. C. Burns’ and alm R. L. Conner.
to give all customers good treatment for little
The burning of the Trask house, the their way back to Portland from a vaca in the millinery store of Lowengart & Co.
money. Bathrooms in eonuevliou. Your pat
propertyofChas.il. Smith, entailed a tion on the Tillamook coast.
George Adams returned early in the
loss of $1,900. Mr. Smith is preparing
Win. Campbell joined bis family at week from eastern Oregon and his sur
Newport on Tuesday, being the earliest veying trip with Colonel Branson and
Have your carpets renovated during opportunity that he could get away 110111 Tom Turner.
the warm summer months, at the Mc business.
Wheat raised by Wra. Schmidt on
Minnville Bteam laundry.
Miss Kate E. Ball, an experienced
Manufactures and Deals lu
the Baker form north of town averaged
The Sauter building opposite the C. P.
28 bushels, the largest general yield yet
church is being painted and prepared open up a store on the corner of the reported here.
for the occupancy of Mrs. Ball and
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
Advice to McMinnville people now in
daughter of Albany. They will carry a
Mrs. R. P. Bird and daughter accom
mountains or at the coast Stay
..nd brushes, and sells them cheaper than they
Mrs. Ball is the panied Sheriff Alderman of Tillamook
cun be bought anywhere else in the Willamette stock of millinery.
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are mother of Mrs. Emma Irvine of this city. county to bis home on Tuesday, for a where you are. We are not sleeping un
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
der blankets at home just now.
The special shoe sale of F. Dielschneid- visit of two weeks with their brother and
Mrs. Derr and daughter Blanche re
er is continuing through August, and
turned from the Willamina camp on
VUILLARD & EHRMAN,
bis customers are getting rare bargains
Wednesday. Rev. Fender and fellow
from Roseland, B. C., 09 Tuesday. All
Are vou getting the benefit of it?
campers expect to return today.
The North Yamhill town council is
Miss Frances Mann, late of Unalaska,
endeavoring io find a sufficient supply of understood that they have returned to
is the guest of Miss Ella Hendrick. On
; old Yamhill to stay.
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
Mrs. Geo. Seed and son of Portland September 3d they will leave for the
Blackburn bill. Thia does not corres
Huuih Hid« Third St. between B and C.
pond with the statement made by a man are spending a couple of weeks at the Buffalo Exposition and other eastern
who went to Wisconsin from that town home of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Houck, points, being members of the Evening
laBt fall and reported that people were she being called hero by the serious ill Telegram’s excursion.
D. B. Kingery changed his residence
sailing around the streets in boats.— ness of her father, Mr. O. Okerson.
Wednesday to the Manning property,
GROWER & SON,
recently bought by him. He had the
Every purchase draws a prize in the
building thoroughly equipped with sewer
quality of goods and the extremely low to the pastorate, and that gentleman has
connections, and in time will make a
prices at the Racket store, and you do
model little home of it.
not help pay for some one else’s prize his labors Oct. 1st, with a salary of
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful
Quite a destructive mountain fire haa
handling guaranteed. Collections will be made or premium.
uionthl,. Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
been raging off the west of Jouee’ mill
The public sale of household effects of
8. A Manning on Monday was not very named John Bailey last Friday, who w as and north of the Willamina. Where are
largely attended, but Auctioneer Walker riding off' a horse he had borrowed and our forest rangers? We think we hear
Notice to the Public.
in disposing of almost all the forgot to return to the owner, a farmer some one say, “They aro drawing their
I have engaged J A. Frisbie as local
salary.” Are they earning it?
manager of ray lumber yard located at goods at a fair pripe. For a midsummer in Multnomah county. Deputy Sheriff the question.
the old foundry site, McMinnville. He sale it could properly lie regarded as a
will be pleased to figure with you on all success. E. J. Wood served as clet'k of oner Friday evening.
H. P. Webster and wife returned last
house bills or smaller orders
week from a visit with relatives in The
A. T rudell .
Dalles. The}’ made the entire trip by
C. F. Daniele sells feed for the cow, feed tract for constructing^his new residence
and report a most enjoyable time
Notice IO Horse Breeder..
for the chickens, and a full line of gen
My stallion Pollox will be in McMinn eral produce to supply the household. The house will stand opposite E. C. barring a spell of sickness which at
ville after this date. Parties having Remember the place—the D. street pro Apperson’s resilience on the east, aod tacked Mr. Webster, and kept bia exu
mares not with foal will find it to their
will be a modern building, lending beauty berance at low ebb for a while.
interest to patronize this valuable horse. duce market.
this already leading resideuce street.
Drs. Smith & Barber performed a very
J. W. H enry , Proprietor.
V. E Grinnold, of the Grinnold Photo
W. J. Wisecarver has returned difficult surgical operation on Mrs. Wal
Co., left on Monday afternoon for an ex
tended trip in the east, his principal from Chicago with a diploma from the lace of Grand Ronde, at the McLaughlin
stopping place probably being Logans celebrated Haskell school of prosthetic hotel last Thursday afternoon, for the re
Not mixed or dumped together, but port, Ind. He will remain an indefinite dentistry. He brings to the dental firm moval of tumors on the neck. The op
always put up by an accurate pharmacist. time, and leaves the business here in of Lewis & Wisecarver the very latest in eration was very successful in every re
The most reliable makes of drugs only charge of Adelbert Perkins, an expert methods and appliaaqh1. He found his spect, and Mrs. Wallace is progressing
association with the mninent men of his nicely.—Sheridan Sun.
used. We buy right and sell you pre photographer.
profession extremely pleasant and profit
scriptions for less money than any place
Citizens of Newberg have chartered
What most people want is something
in Yamhill county. We also carry a fine mild and gentle when in need of a physic. able, despite the warm weather of Chi the Yamhill Coal and Oi^,' Co. for the
line of sundries. A trial will convince Chamberlain’s stomach and liver tablets cago.
purpose of engaging in prospecting for
A. Trudell, of the North Yamhill saw
P eery D rug C o .
oil and coal. The company is capital
till the bill to a dot. They’ are easy to
mills, has a tree now ready for the oxen ized for $50,000, divided into shares of $1
take and pleasant in effect. For sale by
to transport to the mill, that is some each. A. P. Oliver, J. 0. Colcord and
Howorth & Co.
,'nrm For Sale.
thing of a giant of the forest. It is 67
The excursion on Sunday by the I inches in diameter, and made eight cute A C. Churchill are the incorporators.
21 2 acres, one-half under cultivation
Knights and Ladies of Security from | of 16 feet each. He has a nice tract of Town lota are said to be on the rise.
Good land. Price very reasonable. 114
Portland to Independence ran ten timber, but experiences the same diffi
Rev. T. H. Henderson of Salem suf
miles from Carlton. Inquire of Mrs M.
coaches, though not all were filled. culty as other millers in getting it to the fered a brief prostration from the heat
J. Carl, Carlton.
Frank Ferguson came up as far as this hsw . Each year finds it recediug farther in this city on Wednesday. He came to
city to visit his family. The train also from the location oi the mill
Weston by boat, and the balance of the
brought guests to Mrs. C. D. Johnson,
Progress is reported on the Goeeer way by wheel. The extreme heat and
Estate of J W Watts. J H Olds ap her sister, Mrs. Powell, and. brother, Mr.
place northeast of North Yamhill working against the wind, overtaxed his
pointed administrator. Bond fixed at Dawson, of Portland.
' in prospecting for coal. A ledge over strength, and while at the postoflice a
$t,000, filed and approved. J L Vick
C. H. Markham of the Southern Pa six feet thick has been found, and indi fainting spell ensued. With a little
rey, D V Olds and J E Hubbard ap
cific Co. desires to obtain samples of cations of other ledges. Samples are be medical attention he revived and has
pointed appraisers, and H H Hewitt,
wheat, oats and other grains from this ing assayed in Portland. Outcroppings visited with friends until today.
Johu Shaw and S E Young for property
section for purposes of exhibition at the at tbit place and elsewhere in the Che-
W. C. Miller, an old time friend of the
in Linn county.
Portland carnival next month. The halem mountains have been observed
families of C. 11. Fleming and W. B.
Estate of Watson S Bagley. Final ac
grain must be in the sheaf, and should j for years, but hitherto the energy to Sharp, wa» here on a visit this week,
count heard and approved, and upon the
be in small bundles securely tied at top,
filing ol the receipts for the distributive bottom and middle, and tagged with the demnnatiate what exists under ground having returned direct from St. Michaels.
ha. been lacking. The assayer lias pro- He was employed by the government up
shares the administrator will be dis
owner's name and address. Those who j nouncild this coal good quality for com-
there all winter as a car[>enter. construct
charged and his bondsmen exonerated.
are able to furnish samples of this year's j rnercial and household nee.
ing army posts. He sate he drove nails
excellent crops are requested to leave
Capital Normal aud Correspond-
on top of buildings last winter with the
the Bame with the agent at McMinnville,
«••ice School. Snlem. Orefon«
lieat thresher engine in Yamhill county. thermometer at 35 degrees below zero,
Normal, Academic, Buainew. Civil who will forward them to Portland free [ It is Baid to be liis own design. It is and with nothing on hie hands but ordi
Service, Mechanical Drawing, College of charge
made with double cylinders immediately nary buckskin gloves. Ice 20 feet thick
A. B. Cady, of Beaverton, formerly of over the boiler, and as a result is an es remained in the bay there till July
Preparatorv. The Home Study depart
ment offers yon a rare chance to spend this place, writing in regard to Canadian pecially powerful machine, and has no 2d, and people bail begun to think it
your evenings pleasantly and profitably thistles, believes that Oregon would la- dead centers ai d consequent chugs of wasn’t going to" break up at all this year.
done for if a crop was allowed to go to motion. He gets the water both by On the morning of the 3d they woke up
in fitting yourself for your life work
seed. Aa to killing the thistle be gives pnmp and injector, and besides his water to the vision of a clear bay. It bad gone
Fall term begins Sept. 30, 1901.
this advice: “To get rid of them is the wagon, carries a hundred gallon steel out to sea in one night. Mr. Miller says
J. J. K raps . Prin.,
question. Summer fallowing will not do tank of water in front of the smoke stack, about 2,Out) people remained at Nome al)
it, although it will decrease their growth. as a reserve force. He claims he can winter, and since spring from four to five
Farm t or sale.
My father bad a small patch on our drive his engine and draw his separator thousand have been added to the popula
One hundred and sixty acres of land farm and they were all cut down, taken after it up or down any hill where a plow tion. They were eleven days coming
on summit of Coast Range. Good house . offend burned Then we went on the cm go. After hearing Mr. Smith, we down on the government transport War
and barn, other out buildings of sawed ; patch, crawled around on our hands and are convinced that he would rather talk ren, and came within a hair’s breadth of
timber, twenty-five acres in grass, and knees and split open every stock and put engine than eat a good meal of victuals running upon the rocks in a fog. Mr.
considerable fruit. Inquire of J-.O• salt in the split, and that fixed tbem.
He says Elsia Wrigbt will come to his Miller may become a resident of this
Hanchett. or address Mrs. M. E. Paige. 1 They never came up again ’’
1 county, as he is very favorably irnpreseed.
of machine about next year.
East Portland, "The Brown.
E d H endricks , Vice Pres.
A rthur M c P hillips , Asst. Cashier
J acob W ortman , Pres.
J ohn W ortman , Cashier.
The First National Bank
Of McMinnville, Oregon.
The Oldest Bank iu Yamhill County. Established in 18S5.
Capital and Surplus, #90,000.
Buys and sells exchange on all the principal cities of the Uni’ed
States, and draws direct on all the principal points in Europe. The
accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited.
Don’t forget Your Camera
FRESH FILMS, PLATES, PAPER. ETC.
At W. L. HEMBREE’S.
J. f. COOPER, The New Merchant.
ItiTBinding Twine at our Store.
We never have had a time-worn stock of Furni
ture, but we are making a Clearance sale just now
of a nice, durable aud medium grade of goods, and
in their place will put iu the best stock ever landed
in McMinnville, both as to styles aud quality.
Aloug with this we will continue to carry the
cheaper goods to suit that class of trade. But for
Something Really Nice in Furniture
You should see
H. C. BURNS,
On Your Summer Trip
Third St., former stand of Racket Store.
fhe McMinnville National Bank.
P aid C apital ,
Of McHINNVILLE, OREGON.
S urplus and
P rofits ,
Transacts a General Banking businens and extends to Its patrons efery facility
consistent 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
Office hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
Truck and Dray Co
Big Livestock Show.
Good Racing in the
Industrial Fair !
Latest Attractions in
Beautiful Camp Grounds Free.
Special rates on campers tick-
ets. Come and bring vourfam-
¡lies, Reduced rates on all rail-
For further particulars ad-
n. D. WISDOM, Sec.
Take The Reporter and Get the News
Temperature for the Week.
The following record of the weather
for the week is taken from the thermom
eter at Williams’ book store in this city
at 3 p. m.
Monday, 89 degrees.
Tuesday, 89 degrees.
Wednesday, 98 degrees.
Thursday, 94 degrees.
A Narrow R.cape.
White Collar Line.
Daily Round Trips except Sunday.
7 A. M
......... 7 P. M
Thos. Rogers received a letter from
his brother Frank, now at Netarts, un
der date of 13th inst., telling of the fol
lowing exciting experience: “We had
quite a little excitement here on Satur
Daily Round Tripcxcept M<W$day.
day morning. Five men started from
the store to go out over the bar to the Vancouver, Cascade Locks, St. Martin’s Springs,
Lion rocks off Maxwell's point. When
Hood River. White Salmon. Lyle and
near the last large roller going out the
boat overturned and all five were thrown
into the water. They succeeded in
righting the boat, which was full of wa
ter. They all got in and slowly drifted Leave Portland
..... .7 a. m
to shore. A large breaker knocked Arrive The Dalles
three of them loose from the boat and Leave
........... 4 p. m
they were only brought back again by Arrive Portland...................
10 p. m
heroic work of the two men remaining
Meals The Very Best.
in the boat, with the use of buoy kegs.
Sunday Trips a Leading Feature.
After being in the icy water for more
Toit Route nas the Grandest Scenic At
tractions on earth.
than an hour they finally drifted into
the shallow breakers, to which point a Landing and Office: Foot Alder St.
Both Phones, Main 851.
team of horses was driven, and the men
were all secured, three being unable to
stand and would have surely drowned John M. Filloon, Agt. The Dalles.
within too feet of shore had not the
campers been on hand to save them. A. J. TAYIOR. Agt, Astoria.
The men were rushed to Happy Camp
and restoratives ministered. With the J C Wyatt, Agt, Vancouver
assistance of warm blankets and vig
orous rubbing for a peaod covering al Wolford & Myers, White Salmon
most two hours, they were brought to. Prather & Barnes, Agts Hood River
The men, at least three of them, owe
their lives to the prompt and willing E. W. Crichton, Agt. Portland.
work of the campers here I was out to
Tillamook yesterday, saw all the former
Eighteen carload, of baled bay left
Yamhillers. We are thoroughly enjoy
the Hill.boro station one day last week.
ing every minute of the time ’’
STR. "BAUET GHZ :RT”