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O. 8. Wright, dentist.
Consult free, Dr. Smith, the osteopath.
/anthill County in 1881.
|2 E. GOUCHER, rt. 0.
Hay baling, low prices, good work.
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
J. A. D erby A S on .
N. 8. Dubois returned on Wednesday
Seven-room house and barn to rent,
from a two weeks' visit at Foley Springs.
on B street.
L. R oot .
Prof. S. 8. Dunean is yard boss at the
Alex Westerfield of the Sheridan Sun
White and Wifeecarver yards west of
Office over McMinnville National Bank.
Calls responded to Day and Night.
Try Whiteson creamery butter, For
M c M innville - - - - O regon .
For feed, liay. Hour and berries,
______________________ k______ sale by Wallace A Walker.
J. A. D erby A S on .
(JOOK & CABLE,
J. E. Rhodes, publisher of the College
Mrs. F. W. Wallace is expected to re
Review, has returned from Centralia.
turn home this week from her visit to
The Grange store is making some big Buffalo, N. Y.
cuts on the price of shoes for a few days.
Lambert Bros, want all the poultry,
Cecil Hoskins and Merle Nelson aro to eggs and farm produce, for which they
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
OUR GREAT STOCK is arriving daily, direct from the Largest Manufac
assist in Rees’ prune dryer, near Spring will pay the highest cash price. At
O regon .
Palmer's old stand.
brook, which was intending to start op-
in the United States, consisting of the
D. 8. Holman lias purchased the Geo.
erations the last of this week.
I c. MICHAUX, n. D.t
Flesher property, and will occupy it as
In all Styles and Shades
Miss K. E. Ball invites the ladies of
Ranging in price from $10.50 to $30
McMinnville to her opening of fall and
Physician and Surgeon, winter
Miss Edith Hamblin is in Seattle, to
millinery September 18th and
remain during the winter and take nil’,
Will open nicer
M c M innville , okegon .
Mrs. Joseph Mattey of Hereford farm,
We are paying this week 30 to 35 cts
Office in Wright Block.
was a guest of Mrs Judge Bird last Mon
Will be Nicer and Better than ever
per roll for good butter and 14 cts
day evening. She visited the O. E. S. of for fresh eggs. W allace A W alker .
and a full line of
|JR. C. T. SMITH,
this city, of which she is now a member.
Wm. Schmidt will have a public sale
Lohan curries a good stock of light and on the Baker farm north of town tomor
Call and get prices.
Good farm for rent, near this citv. In
Union Block, McMinnville, Oregon.
at this office.
home at Newberg Monday, after a cou
Oilice Hours, 10-12 and 2-4.
C. F. Daniels sells feed for the cow, feed
ple of months spent in visiting in Penn
for the chickens, and a full line of gen
We have the Newest and Best Line of Goods we have ever kept. All sizes and
sylvania and other eastern states.
produce to supply the household.
Those indebted to S. A. Manning
and prices no one can touch, considering the quality we keep. We mean
please call and settle at the office of Remember the place—the D. street pro
and say just what we mean. We propose to treat everyone alike. We do
R. L. Conner.
duce maiket. Phone 175.
J OGAN BROS.,
but give you what your honest dollar deserves.
Our BOOT and
Hervey Hoskins is making his record
T. D. Henderson and family left yes-
SHOE STOCK is the best in the market. We keep nothing but the best brands
as a hop picker at the big yard in the terday for Netarts, Wood» and other
Willamette bottom near Lincoln. He points, to be absent about two weeks.
We carry a full line of TRUNKS, VALISES, TELESCOPES, CARPETS and
We are located opposite H. C. Burns’ and aim regards hop-picking as an excellent out Tom believes in business first and pleas
to give all customers good treatment for little ing, and always returns home improved ure afterwards. That’s why he is going
WRAPPERS and FEATHER PILLOWS, and would advise you to
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat
a little late.
call early and secure the best selections. Thanking you for past favors, we hope to
The ad of the Yamhill Coal and oil
For first-class dry lumber of all kinds,
continue in the future,
changes everj’ week. Don’t fail to
ding Logging Co. yard. W. T. M acy ,
The Largest Store outside of Portland.
learn something that if followed up can
H. E. Follett and II. Cooper, both
Manufactures and Deals In
representing the Yamhill Coal and Oil as the county at large.
The directors of the Yamhill Coal &
Co., were in the city this week in the in
Oil Co. have received an offer from Port
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
land parties to exchange a standard
Read “Heroines in Calico” by C. Gris- drilling outfit and furnish an experienced
•.ndbrushes, and sells them cheaper than they
So a driller for a year, for a consideration of
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette sen in next Sunday’s Oregonian,
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are
Half cash and half the wages and cost of
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them. copy at William’s book store.
Notice to Taxpayer,.
the machine in capital stock of the com
Willard A Ehrman moved into their pany. Officers of the company will goto
The county court at its September
new cold storage room in the basement Portland today to investigate the- propo term declared all unpaid 1900 taxes de
VUILLARD & EHRMAN,
of the Hodson block on Sunday.
linquent, and if not paid on or before
The Kiel, Chehaletii Kills.
Mark Sisters will have the opening dis
October 10th, 1901, then the sheriff to
play of pattern hats Saturday, September
It appears that while the oldest, resi collect with costs and penalties author
21st. Ladies cordially invited to attend dents of this “county have been aware ized by law.
F. W. S itton , Sheriff.
that there are different “somethings” of
September 9th, 1901.
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds and examine their fall styles.
a mineral nature lying in the hills and
—Will Have A Large Assortment of—
D. C. Schrock will make a sale of farm vales all over the county, they have paid
South side Third St. between B and C.
Nheep for Nale.
and household goods on the 29th inst.,
Seventy-five head of young Cotswold
on the Brown farm 3 miles west of White- the tilling of the fertile soil. But during
the past few months strangers have in ewes, of high-class breeding quality, all
vaded the quiet fields, and those versed
H A. Palmer, who left this city sev in mineralogy have pronounced the lower of which I will sell for $5 each. Enquire
gROWER & SON,
M. W. P otter , Gopher, Or.
eral weeks ago for Crook, Or., has re strata full of hidden wealth. Besides of
in licationa of petroleum on the land held
turned, that locality not being satisfactory by the Yamhill Coal A Oil Co., which
Farm For Male.
to Mrs. Palmer. He will seek another company is the pioneer in development
Two hundred acres near Carlton, Yam
Before buying elsewhere, be sure
good quality of coking coal. An experi hill county, Or , 170 acres under plow,
Rev. Geo. R. Varney, general mission enced prospector lias been inves'¡gating 30 acres in clover, 25 acres timothy.
and see what we have. - - - -
Goodiof all descriptions moved, and careful
handling guaranteed. Collectionswill be made ary of Oregon, will present state work at
their holdings and has located a bed ot Good 10 room house, barn and other
monthly. Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
the Baptist, church next Sunday morning. potter’s clay, which has been tested by out-buildings, wind pump, good family
The pastor will preach in the evening as the Pacific Pottery at Portland. A ledge orchard and plenty of small fruit. This
of iron ore, reducible and giving eighty
percent of iron is anotl er of the valuable
Mr. Follet, on whose farm is the oil minerals. Kaolin, or line porcelain clay, county. Will sell with or without stock
prospect, was in the city on Wednesday. has been found, and specimens eent east and all farm implements, or will sell
By a close study of geological formations to be tested. Bauxite, or aluminum clay, north 100 acres, including improve
is another one of the deposits, and on
J acob W ortman , Pres.
Et> H endricks , Vic«' Pres.
he is much encouraged with the prospect the lands there are indications of beds of ments. Reason for selling, ill health of
J ohn W ortman , Cashier.
A rthur M c P hillips , Asst. Cashier
and the work of securing share-takers of graphite. Altogether, there are possi my wife. For particulars address
bilities of great development in this sec
F. M. Y ork , Carlton, Or.
We do’nt promise you any stock is progressing rapidly.
tion, and the Yamhill Coal & Oil com
pany promises to be the means whereby
such thing. We don’t pre
■ .ease and Mock tor Sale.
millinery store will have opening day, the end m«y he gained.
Or McMinnville, Oregon.
tend to sell watches at cost and displaying
fall and winter hats, also
I wish to dispose of the lease of 590
The Carnival Queen.
then keep them in repair for rainy day skirts, mackintoshes and other
in Yamhill County. Established in 1885.
acres adjoining Amity on the south,
Capital and Surplus, $90,000.
one year. You might as well ready made goods. Yon are cordially The following is the latest vote for known as tlie Keyt place, and to sell
Buys and sells exchange on all the principal cities of the United
invited to attend. Refreshments will be queen of the carnival:
stock, implements, hay, etc., now on
Nellie Cooper ...................................... 35
States, and draws direct on nil the principal points in Europe. The
M rs . H. A. S wanson .
Bessie Houck ....................................... 26
accounts of Firms and Individuals solicited.
A (¡old Dollar for 50c.
Mrs. Julia Gualt received a rather se •lean Waddel.......................... ............. 2(1 For terms inquire of
C. H. C hristenson , Amity, Or.
But we do promise to sell you vere cut on tbe knee last Saturday. Step Ethel Harris........................................ 3
ping upon the brake of a wagon to climb Fay Martin.............
Farm For Rale.
a watch, or, for that matter, a in, she slipped and struck the brake in a Stella Patty.....................................
clock or piece of jewelry, as manner that cut the limb, and prevented Jennie Crawford..................... ........ . 1 The Kesterson farm of 79‘2 acres \'/i
1 miles west of North Yamhill, every foot
low as any reliable dealer in her from carrying ont her intention to go Pearl
1 of it clear, 10 acres in prunes, good house
the state and live right up to hop-picking.
anil barn. Go and see the property and
our guarantee. The very best -'''McMinnville narrowly escaped a sugar
make me an offer for it.
of watches sometimes give famine this week. The arrival of the Bo The vote will be connted again on Sat
J ohn W. L oder , Oregon City, Or.
nita Wednesday evening filled the ach
urday evening at 8 o'clock, after which
trouble when new, and then’s ing
void. On the consumption of sugar,
new candidates w ill be voted for.
Notice to Bridge Builder*.
when we shine ! You’ll al McMinnville, the merchants say, is one no Ttie
committee has decided to give the
court of Yamhill county
ways find us ready and will of the leading towns in Oregon. /
queen her option on the following prizes: invites county
bids for sealed plans, specifica
Year's scholarship at McMinnville Col tions and
strain diagrams, and for build
ing to satisfy you. We al Prince Todd arrived in tbe city on lege.
ing, erection and construction of abridge
ways try to make our custo Monday for a brief visit. Since his acci An elegant tailor made »nit.
across Willamina river at town of Willa
watch with diamond setting.
mers feel satisfied and pleased dent on an automobile near Aberdeen he Gohl
mina, according to such plans, specifi
Par Value $i Per Share, Paid Up and Non-Assessable.
has been confined to a hospital, and is
lieautilul coronation wardrobe, consist cations and diagrams, until Sept. 23,
for we realize that our pleased still
unable to walk without crutches, ing of a royal rode of blue velvet elabo 1901, »• 10 o’clock a. m., when said bids A. C. Churchill, Pres.
Dr. II. J. Littlefield, Vice Pres.
A. P. Oliver, Sec’y
customer is worth fifty disap After resting a while here, he expects to rately trimmed in carnival colors, and a will be opened at the county court room. .1. C. Colcord, Treas Clarence
Butt, Attorney. Hank of Newberg, Depository
court reserves the right to reject any
pointed ones. Our stock of return to Tillamook by way of the North dress of cream silk or cashmere made in The
the highest style of the dressmaker's art, and all bids. By order of the county
watches was never more com Yamhill stage.
and a beautiful jeweled crown. She will court September 4th, 1901.
S. M. Calkins.
N. E. Britt
C. A. Hodson
B. C. Miles,
elson , C o . Clerk.
plete than now. Give us a call Mrs. A. V. R SDyder and her chil- also be given a purse filled with gold and
JI. J. Littlefield,
A. P. Oliver,
Clarence Butt, J. C. Colcord,
A. C. Churchill
when in need of anything in dren left this city Wednesday afternoon ter chosen to perform the ceremony of
Fnrm Fwr Sale.
for their new home at Wrangel, Alaska, crowning the queen. The queen is to
212 acres, one-half under cultivation.
where Mr. Snyder is in government em choose the minister and also to appoint
Good land. Price very reasonable. I %
Wm. f. Dielschneider & Bro.,
Some Fool (Ij had to make the first start in development for Oil in every prov
ploy. They expect to reach their desti tlie king. With all of these royal pre
miles from Carlton. Inquire of Mrs M. en field in the world. Today there are Oil Stocks of different companies, worth in
nation about next Sunday. They were rogatives and prizes the queenship is a
the market and paying dividends on a valuation of $1500 to $5000 per share. Now
McMinnville's Reliable Jewelers. accompanied as far as Portland by Mr. rich prize worth hustling ior Bovs, it's J. Carl, Carlton.
catch on to this! Originally these same stocks were purchased with no more value
“lip to von.” The voting will close at
and Mrs. W. C. Cook and Thomas War 10 p. m , Saturday, September 21st.
in sight than the Yamhill Coal and Oil Company can produce right here in Yam
Capllnl Norninl ontl Correspond
hill county. They were development propositions, like ours. People purchased
Noman’s Midway Shows have secured
’ Nasal Catarrh quickly yield« to treat ren.
ence Xrhool. stale in. Oreion.
those stocks under same conditions as they are now purchasing ours; some from a
ment by Ely s Cream Balm, which 1« agree
Ii you hare choice grain in the sheaf, the opera house for fair week. They con
Normal, Academic, Business, Civil motive of pure enterprise, some speculative, some were coaxed into it, and, "there
ably aroruat ic. It is received through tho or grasses, vegetables, green or dried sist of ballet dancers, operatic singers,
coon quartets, jugglers, contortionists. Service, Mechanical Drawing, College were others." Now if you go to those old districts to learn of these things who
nostrils, cleanse« and heal« tho whole «ur-
face’over which it diffuses itself. Druggist« fruits, bring them to the S. P. agent, etc.
Preparatory. The Home Study depart will tell you of them, the fellow who was the lucky purchaser? Not on your life.
people who did not purchase will point out those who did and tell you how
sell the 50c. size; Trial size by mail, 10 carefully lal>e!ed with name of producer,
ment offers you a rare chance to «f»en<l Those
much this man. that man and the other man made Those fellows who did not
ceuts. Test it and you are sure to continue and locality in which they were raised.
Pitt M KII'TKH Vll.lt..
your evenings pleasantly and profitably purchase are still knocking around. They have always been knockers.
These articles are asked for so that west
Some one had to take the initiative in making a development in this county
A prescription that lacks in the least. in fitting yourself for your life work.
We found the conditions. Geologists and experts say they are the true conditions.
To accommodate those who are partial ern Oregon may make a creditable dis essential i« worse than worthless, It
Fall term begins Sept. 30, 1901.
Now if our work proves this, what value is it going to lie, particularly to the far
to the use of atomizers in applying liquids play at the Portland exposition, and «ill may be positively dangerous—a |>eril to
J. J. K rapm , Prin.,
mer or land owner? How many farmers arc anxious to sell their lands? How
into the nasal passages for catarrhal trau- be returned to the owners free of charge tlie life of imtient. It may defeat the
many can find buyer«? Every land owner in Yamhill county should know that it
the proprietors prepare Cream Balm in
doctor's efforts, and it mav even retard
At the Lownsdale orchard near Lafay the recuperative force« of nature. To
will cut very little figure where the location is, of the first well. The very fact that
liquid form, which will be knowji as Ely s
oil is found will at once make every land owner in the county bus}' increasing his
Liquid Cream Balm. Price including the ette a number of men are employed have snv valne whatever, a prescription
on value* and attending to buyers.
spraying tube is 75 cents. Druggists or by spraying the fruit, as our most success must be compounded from druse that are
Thia statement is not speculative; it's a fact. Why should not the land owner
mail. The liquid form embodies the med ful horticulturists have learned to spray aheolutelv pure and of standard potency.
be anxious to have this development go ahead? Why should he hesitate a minute
icinal properties of the solid preparation.
It mn«f be exactly what the doctor in-j
without ceasing. C. E. Powell, who ie tended it should be. If it is this, it is j
in assisting by the investment of a few dollars in sending the drill down? We are
meeting with fair success. We will never let up, but, if those people who should,
■ employed out there, w«« in town lately, certainly worth the price we will charge
only would, we would be going right at the work of drilling.
Onr prescription service is right,
and he stated that while Mr. Lownsdale von.
1 -* in qnalitv and coat.
In justice to first purchasers of stock, and for good business reasons, the time
23 ewes, 45 lambs, 7 bucks, all grade
would not have as heavy a crop of ap
Cotswold. Also one registered Cotswold is drawing near when the price of stock will be advanced. Today stock par value
R ooers B ko ».’ P harmacy ,
ple« thia year as usual, the quality of the
ft, non assessable, paid up, can be had for 50c per share, by mail or personal ap
R. V. Hamu«,
.McMinnville, < Oregon,
plication to the Secretary, or Bank of Newberg, Newberg, Or.
for the Coming Fall Of 1901
At R. JACOBSON & CO’S, McMinnville, Or.
Very Latest Tailor-Made Suits
Wraps from $3 to $25
Dress Goods and Trimmings
Notions and Fancy Goods.
R. JACOBSON & CO.
ept. 14, aqd ^ues. ^ept. 24-
ilhe Carlton Millinery Store!
i Ladies’ and Children's
Fall and Winter Hats
Truck and Dray Co
. H. A. S wanson .
The First National Bank
The Yamhill Coal & Oil Go
Capital Stock ^f>O,OOO