The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, September 27, 1901, Image 1

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    M’MINN VILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, SEPT. 27, IDOL
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Buy One Dollar’s worth of goods and you may
get the lucky number.
My building is almost completed, and it costs
money to move. I will pay you to take the goods.
Call and get the cut in prices. Goods must go.
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If you are a buyer of Groceries in getting the
most and the best for your money.
In the
coming and going of grocery stores the little
Our
opera house grocery goes right along.
Sugar, Coffee, Flour and fruits are down to
bottom prices this month. Come and see.
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L. E. Walker.
CLEARANCE SALE
of FURNITURE.
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We never have had a time-worn stock of Furni-
ture, but we are making a Clearance sale just now
of a nice, durable and medium grade of goods, and
in their place will put in the best stock ever landed
in McMinnville, both as to styles and quality.
Along with this we will continue to carry the
cheaper goods to suit that class of trade. But for
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Something Really Nice in Furniture
You should see
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H. C. BURNS,
Third St., former stand of Racket Store.
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PAINT YOUR FLOORS
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RUBBER CEMENT FLOOR PAINT
Send for Color Cards to W. P. FULLER & CO., Portland, Oregon.
The Southern Pacific has granted re-
j duced rates of one and one-third fare
for the round trip to McMinnville and
return and from Portland to Indepen­
dence inclusive, also Dallas and Sheri­
dan inclusive. This will certainly give
us a good attendance from a distance.
Subscribers to the carnival fund
should pay up as promptly as possible
so that the committee can make contract
and complete the work of the fair, as the
time is short and there is much to do.
Committees will please all go to work.
Some of the committees are doing ex­
cellent work. The big tent should go
up Thursday or Friday and the booths
at the same time. Exhibits are begin­
ning to come in and should be cared for,
Grand marshal, Win. Arthur. Aides,
R. L. Harris, Dayton; J. C. McKeru,
North Yamhill; R. L. Bewley,Sheridan ;
W. G. Henderson, McMinnville; J. W.
Martin, Lafayette; Frank Ferguson, Am­
ity, Ed Hendricks, Carlton; W. W. Nel­
son, Newberg.
The grand parade on Thursday will
form on Fourth street with the right rest­
ing on D street. The line of march will
be east to 1 «■street, north to Third street,
west to B street, north to First street,
east to court house and disband.
The parade on Thursday will form at
1 p. m. in the following order :
1st, Marshals.
2d, Brass band.
3d, Floats.
4th, Decorated carriages.
5th, McMinnville Fire Department,
titli, Civic societies.
7th, Guard of honor—cadets.
Sth, Queen and escort.
9tb, Ladies on horseback.
10th, Decorated bicycles.
11th, Wild men of Borneo.
12th, Public schools led by- teachers.
Saturday night at 8 p. in, grand mask­
ed parade. Same formation and line of
I march as grand parade.
The parade on Friday will form on E
street with the right resting on Third
street, at 1 p. tn.-, in the following order:
1st, grand marshal and aides.
2d, brass band.
3d. Buffaloes.
4th, Wild men of Borneo
5th, all livestock on exhibition.
1 tie tot tow 1 ng premiums w 111 ne aw a ru­
ed:
For best float
................. |5 00
Second best
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. 2 50
Best character in Wild Men of Bor­
neo .............................................. .
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Second beet.......................................
50
Best sustained character masked. . 1 00
Best decorated bicycle .............. ... 2 50
Second best.......................................... 1 50
Best double rig.................................... 2 50
Second Best ......................... Buggy whip
Best single rig .................................. 1 00
Second best.......................... Pair rosettes
BeBt decorated horse and rider.
.......................................Riding bridle
■ Second best................... .... Surcingle
Third beat, Silver mounted colognebott le
SPECIAL PREMIUMS.
Numerous special prizes have been
I offered by the different firms for exhibits
al the carnival next week, as follows:
Lambert Bros, butter molds, farmer’s
butter.
James Ayers, picture frame, trio Ply­
mouth Rocks.
Thos. Lobau, riding bridle, best doco-
rated horse and rider.
J S Roscoe, bicycle bell, amateur bicy­
cle trick rider.
S P Houser, water color picture, trio
white Leghorns.
C C Murton, umbrella, best display of
apples.
Mrs N E Kegg, fruit dish, best home­
made bread.
Mitchell, Lewis & Staver, buggy whip
2d prize best double rig turnout.
McMinnville Fence Works, wile bas­
ket, oldest book.
C F Daniels, quart can lice killer, pair
Black Minorcas.
Hendrick & Briedwell, oval framed
picture, prettiest ornamented cake.
Jack Wiesner, box Black Prince cigars,
biggest liar in county.
McMinnville News, package calling
cards, amateur penmansnip.
Rogers Bros, box baby food, prettiest
baby under three years.
L E Walker, half dozen individual but­
ter dishes, best l-lb honey.
Telephone-Register, one package call­
ing cards, display of flowers.
W L Hembree, Brownie camera, best
amateur picture.
Yamhill County Reporter, one year’s
subscription to Reporter, best apple pie
with upper crust.
K E Ball, Tam O’Shanter, oil painting.
C F Mills & Co, baby’s cap, dried
fruits.
H Oliver, box fancy smoking tobacco,
squash.
Grange & Farmers Store and Chas P
Nelson, salad dish and one year’s sub­
scription to Oregon Poultry or National
Journal, best display chickens.
R Jacobson & Co, pair rubbers, biggest
man's foot.
C R Hamblin, necktie, potted flowers,
l’eery Drug Co, perfume, bouquet.
P V Wright, box home-made candy,
pumpkin pie
Mark Sisters, baby bonnet, prettiest
baby under two years old.
Eva Martin, fancy doilie, fancy work.
R M Wade & Co, razor, best display
of potatoes.
Triplett & Hendershott, box fancy
candy, neatest darned socks.
J A Richards, pair cuff buttons, oats
W F Dielschneider & Bro, silver mtd
cologne bottle, second best decorated
horse and rider.
F Dielschneider, pair red shoes, jellies.
McMinnville National Bank, stand
looking glass, canned fruit.
Mrs J Morris & Co, pair side combs,
sofa pillow.
Elsia Wright,pair glass rosettes,second
)>rize best single rig.
Chicago Store, pair suspenders, cheese.
M E Hendrick, photo frame, largest
hen egg.
Geo L W illiams, ink stand, pair Pekin
ducks
Wm Scott, pair scissors, old relics.
White’s Restaurant, I lb fancy candy,
pair red game chickens.
Carl P Fuchs, box fine cigars, wheat.
Willard
Ehrman, bologna sausage,
corn in stalk.
J A Derby & Son, sack wheatlets, best!
display wild oats.
Jones & Adams, 5-lb can axle grease,
best display lumber.
O O Hodson, i-gallon jug, onions.
S Howorth & Co, photo album, nuts
county grown.
F W Spencer, pair embroidery scis­
sors, best piece of fancy work done with
sewing machine.
Contributions from
Portland.
Our people will note the following
generous contributions from Portland
wholesale firms. Yamhill county is one
of Portland’s best customers, and these
contributions may be considered nothing
but right, yet we are glad to get these
sums at this time, and ask our local
firms to show their appreciation by con­
tinued patronage. There are many good
merchants in Portland, and more is ex­
pected. Receipts up to date are:
Allen & Lewis ...........
f 20
W. J. VanScliuyver & Co.................. 20
H Varwig & Son ............................... 10
Mason, Ehrman & Co......... ............... 10
Blake, McFall Co................................. 10
Total to date...................................... f 70
The Carnival Idea Diagramed.
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The queen of McMinnville's street fair and carnival, which will be held Octo­
ber 3d, 4th and 5th, will be known as “Good Queen Bess.” The distinguished com-
plimeut was this week bestowed upon Miss Bessie L. Houck, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Wesley llouck, who occupy a farm near this city. She received 1030 votes,
out of a total of 2077. The young lady was born on ‘Three Oaks” farm now owned
by Mrs. Roxana W hite, two miles east of this city, on May 22, 1880. She gradu
I ated from the McMinnville public schools in 1898, and is now attending McMinn­
ville college, enrolled in the third year of the teachers’ course.
She has Jtaught
j two terms of school of 14 months. Last year she was a delegate to the’grand
lodge of the Degree of Honor from Yamhill lodge No. 10 of this city, and at the
' session of the grand lodge this year was appointed reading clerk. She is also a
I charter member of Sarah New by camp, Native Daughters of Oregon. Miss Houck
I possesses good musical ability, and will bring Brace and dignity to the position to
which she is chosen .
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Crause & brande gee Suits.
Prices Rang* from $12.50 to $25
in all the New Fabrics and Cuts. Remember this C. & B. Clothing is the finest
tailored, ready-to-wear Clothing in the market, and we guarantee every one that
leaves our house.
If you want cheaper goods, we have them; good serviceable ones from
Is always fac­
ing you when
you cease to
have the cor­
rect time.
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Prebate Court.
lIHClilT (OI HT DOCKIT.
DEPARTMENT NO. 1.
1. Emma Johusou va Herman
Krause; action for money. Continued
for service.
2. A M Peery vs Ralph Goodrich;
action for money. Settled.
3
Fritz Berg and H F Bedwell va
James Jones and Claus Miller; action
for money. Demurrer to complaint
sustained; motion for leave to tile
amended complaint against defendant
James Jones overruled; Judgement for
defendants dismissing action and for
costs and disbursements.
4. S Howorth vs R S Goodrich and
E<1 Gillespie; action for money. Default
aud Judgement as to Gillespie; contin­
ued lor service as to Goodrich.
5. M M Vinton vs Irt Orton, actlou
for money. Settled.
(>. \V A Howe vs John Abraham;
action for money.
Demurrer to com­
plaint over ruled; judgement for plain­
tiff, with ordet to sell attached prop­
erty.
7. R I Eaton vs W E Merritt; action
for money Settled.
8. Vidor A Gross vs Mary Mitchell
and Abraham Mitchell; action for
money. Default and judgment with
order to sell attached property.
•J. W A Howe vs Martin Johnson;
action for money. Nonsuit by plaintiff
H>. S L Seroggin and Jacob Wort­
mao vs Martha J Campbell and Claude
Gentry; action for money. Jury trial
with verdict for plaintiff*.
11. Mattie A Rees vs I B Osborne;
action lor money. Case on trial before
a jury. Jury unable to agree and were
discharged. Cause continued.
12. \V A Howe vs Norris Russel); ac­
tion for money. Continued for service
13. Geo W Evans vs Anderson Ivie;
action lor money. Nonsuit by plaintiff.
II. J \V Henry vs Yamhill County;
action for money; demurrer to answer
is being argued as we go to press. Tak­
en under advisement by the court.
15. Plano Mfg (’o vs Thos W Periy;
confirmation.
III. Iri Orton vs Oliver U Orton; ac­
tion for money. Errot,
17. RM Wade & Co vs L 8 Morin
and Chas Starr; action for money. Con­
tinued.
18. State of Oregon vs J A Reid,
practicing dentistry without a license.
Defendant arraigned; pleads guilty and
lined $.>0 and costs; tine paid.
19. M M Vinton vs Frank Melotte
and PC Melotte;action far money. Er­
ror.
211. F J Lebold vs James Mitchell; ac­
tion for money. Error.
21. C F Daniels vs G D and Laura
Flesher; action for money. Settled.
22. Yamhill county vs O O Rhude et
al; action for money. Venue changed
to Marion county. October term.
23. State of Oregon vs J A Reid; mis­
demeanor. Error.
24. Amos Nelson vs Yamliill county;
apfieal from county court. Continued
by consent.
26. Emma Newhouse vs Yambill
county, action for money. Continued.
26. State of Oregon vs Martin Thorp;
Hssault. Arraigned; pleads guilty, fined
$5<i and c osts; fine paid.
27. State of Oregon vs O O Rhude;
larceny of public money. Arraigned;
demurrer over ruled, pleads not guilty.
Continued by <*oiisent. Rond $2500.
28. State of Oregon vs O O Rhude;
larceny of public money, second term.
Arraigned, demurrer to information,
overruled; pleads not guilty; continued;
by consent. Bond $2000.
29. State of Oregon vs RLGougliner
showing obscene picture. Arraigned,
pleads not guilty. Plea changed to
guilty, and defendant sentenced to one
year in the penitentiary.
Adjourned to meet at 10 a. m. Oct. 2d.
COI SITY COMMIMMONERfl.
Adjourned term Sept. 23.
In the matter of opening bids and let­
ting contract for the building of a bridge
at Willamina. Ordered bv the court
that contract be let to C. F. Royal A
Son to build a How truss bridge, 90 foot
span and 150 foot approaches, span to
lie covered. I. N. Branson appointed to
superintend the construction of the
bridge.
Estate of Canby Heston. W. C. Kru­
ger administrator, with bonds fixed at
$5,400, filed and approved.
Estate of James McCullough. Bond
You can best answer the filed and approved. Abram Cook, D. R.
HILLS ALLOWKD.
ami L. F. Hall appointed ap­
Roads and bridges—
question by bringing your Jackson
praisers.
C McCrea Jr................................ $14 »5
watch to us for repairs, or, Estate of Martha Shadden. All J Jahn
McCullap...............................
41 00
vouchers tiring now filed, administrator
better still, buying from us an discharged and bondsmen exonerated. C T Long........................................... 42 00
Irwin Agee................................
22 00
elegant new watch.
Ed Button.......................................... 10 00
T J Hayes .......................................... 26 00
Wm. L Dielschneider & Bro.,
Circuit Court—
First National Bank, cash ad­
vanced for witnesses in caeca of
McMinnville's Reliable Jewelers.
For Infanta and Children.
County re Rhude, Henry va Co
and Newhouse vs C q .................. 180 »0
Geo. Clark, witness....................... 20 00
Geo A Buchanan, witness
20 00
Bears the
Judge Pipes, attorney ................. 50 00
Signature of
Stella Patty, typewriting................ 7 50
R P Bird, cash for witnesses ........ 6 60
Thoae indebted to S. A. Manning
CASTOR IA
$5 to $10 a Suit.
; The Hamblin Clothing Co
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NO. 41.
The United States Gov­
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R oyal Baking Powder to
be stronger, purer and
better than any other.
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One Dollar If paid tn advance, Singlenuinber.five cents.
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Star 6 Star shoes at the Racket Store.
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