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About The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904 | View Entire Issue (Oct. 4, 1901)
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Well I should say we were! Still, our force of help is large, and we try to serve you honest-
ly and well. If anything you buy at the Chicago Store ain’t all right you know your money
is there for the asking. Never were our Stocks in all departments so complete and attract
ive; never were prices more in the buyer’s favor. We want you to make your home with
us during Carnival Week.
Capes and Jackets
ever shown in Yamhill County. Blacks
The newest productions of the Tailor’s
and Colors, every shade, every weave
art, all lengths, in English Box coat,
made on foreign and American looms can i lower than Portland prices.
be had at our store.
Tailor Made Suits
All the new shades, includ-
OtliYJ ing blacks in the new wash A large line, all colors, made by the best
Taffetas and Silk Flannels for waists. A I tailors in this country. You should see
grand fabric, $i per yd. We have cheap | the nobby suits in all colors we’re selling
! these days for ÿ 10.98.
er ones if you want them.
We want to whisper in
CM1UC0 your ear before you buy
those shoes for winter, that we can save
you some money. We carry only goods
made by the best manufacturers in this
country, and every pair goes with a guar
LACE CURTAINS, Linens and Bed
spreads, the most complete stock we
have ever shown.
LADIES’ UNDERWEAR—25, 50, 75,
$1, $1.25 up to $2. Cheapest line in city.
new, nobby things that help make the
man. Prices are right.
HATS—The nobbiest line in town, prices
Waists From 75c to $6.
wool Albatross waist, $2.50.
A fine all-
MACKINTOSHES—Ladies’, Gents and
Children's from $1.50 to $15.
GENTS’ FINE UNDERWEAR—45, 50, 75c, $1.25 up to $2.50. We can save you money on these goods. BOYS’ CLOTHING—The Famous Jane Hopkins make, from
$1.98 to $7.50 a suit. UMBRELLAS—With the Paragon frame, 50c to $1. PRINT PERCALES and Outings—Hundreds of pieces. All the newest colorings and designs.
RUBBERS—Ladies’, Gents’ and Children’s Rubbers and Rubber Boots. Prices are lower than last year. Ladies’ Heavy Fleeced Underwear 25c. 250 pairs full 10-4 Cotton
Blankets, 59c a pair. Ready made Sheets, 45c, Pillowcases ir%c. Fine Heavy Outing Flannels, 7c. Child’s Fleece Lined Underwear, all sizes, extra quality, 25c.
PNEUMATIC SOLE SHOES—Gents who have tender feet and find their shoes hurt them, we’ve got the very thing they need. One of the finest made in this country, a per
fect foot form shoe with this patent sole, which combines style and ease. PETTICOATS—The Peerless make, no finer made, and few as good, $1 to $4.50.
NEW IDEA PATTERNS—Everybody says there is no better, all kinds, all sizes, 10c. CHILDREN’S SCHOOL HOSE, THE HUDSON—I guess you know them. We
have sold so many in the past two years, it seems as though every child in Old Yamhill must have tried them. Fine quality, all sizes, 15c a pair. WRAPPERS—You know what
our wrappers are, don’t you ? Well, they are the same Heswycha brand that has stood the test of years. Prices no higher than the other kind. RAINY DAY SKIRT—A garment
that has come to stay. We’ve got a great line of them; we’re selling agent for the Princess, 2 skirts in one, price $3 to $10. DRESS LININGS—The most complete line on the
We’ve got lots of good things to tell you about this Fall. We haven’t the time or room to-day. You’ll hear from us again next week. In the meantime come around and see
us. We’ll use you well and give you the best values to be found in the county.
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Miss Ella Swanson returned home
Monday after a short visit at Portland
Dr. Burns Merchant of Manila is visit
ing with his parents, Mr and Mrs. Wm.
The prune dryer is running in full i
force both night and day, and affords
plenty’ of work for the people of Carlton (
J. N. Grohe made a flying trip to
Miss Lottie Daniel left last week for
McMinnville, where she will spend the
The Beaver Dam school commenced
Monday with Miss Ona Porter of Mill
Creek as teacher.
Milton Potter and wife went to Salem
Thursday of last week anil took in the
fair for a few days
Mrs. Mary Small and sons, also Em
met Fay, all of McMinnville, returned
to town Thursday after a stay of three
weeks among relatives and friends here
Dr. Coffeen spent a few days at the
Buffalo exposition while on his way to
The preaching services at the Chris
tian church have jeen changed from
the first and third to the second and
fourth Lord’s days in each month
To celebrate the end of hop picking
Mrs. F. H. Coffeen is on the sick list 1 the pickers from the Johnson yard went
to the residence of P. Johnson and spent
Rev. W. E. McCutcheon preaches in Friday evening in dancing. They re
port an enjoyable evening.
the Baptist church.
Mrs. D. Kirby returned to her home
Mrs. Hendrix of Seattle visited wit
her brother. Wm. Merchant, the last of in Bellevue Monday after a visit of five
days with her mother, Mrs. Cronin.
selves with great credit and the evening
entertainment was enjoyed by all pres
Hop buyers are numerous around here ent.
On last Friday while Uncle J. M.
Mrs. Della Klosterman went to Port Belcher was picking some apples on his
farm about 9 miles from here, he was
Prof. Bristow of McMinnville was vis- standing on a ladder holding to a small
limb, which broke throwing him back
ting at II. Denny’s on Friday.
Mrs. M. Smith and Miss Cora Kitnber- wards to the ground and bruising him
lin have returned home from their visit up pretty badly. He was brought home
Fortunately no bones
Mr. Burt Haney started for Portland
were broken. Being along in years, it
on Saturday where he will enter the law
will probably take him some time to get
Mr. Frank Hubbard and sons of Idaho
are visiting Mr. Hubbard’s brother, Mr.
Notice of Newer Anaessment.
Notice is hereby given that the assess
School commenced in the public
ments levied under ordinances No. 226
school on Monday and the children all
and 232, for the construction of a sewer,
seem to be happy.
are due and payable at the office of the
Tile county W. C. T. U. convention is city treasurer, and if not paid at once
being held in the M E church. They the costs of collection will be added
report a profitable meeting so far.
The silver medal was awarded to Miss
Given by order of the city council Oct. .
Jessie Parker at the contest Friday even 1, 1901.
T homas H. R ogers .
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Recorder City of McMinnville. )
It Happened in n Drill -Store.
The following appointments were j ‘ One day last winter a lady came to
my drug store and asked for a brand of
made by the conference at Hillsboro for cough medicine that I did not have in
stock," says Mr. 0. R. Grandin, the
the Salem district:
popular druggist of Ontario, N. Y. “She
D. A. Watters, presiding elder; Amity, was disappointed and wanted to know
S. L. Lee; Brooks, J. M Sweeney; Can what cough preparation I could recom
by, R. E. Dunlap; Cornelius, F. S. mend. I said to her that I could freely
Clemo; Dayton, T. L. Jones; Dilley, F. recommend Chamberlain’s cough remedy
and that she could take a bottle of the
H. Calder; Forest Grove, F. L. ljelknap; remedy and after giving it a fair Jrial if
Hillsboro, G. W. Grannis; Lafayette, she did not consider it worth the money,
A. F. Buche; Lincoln, C. A. Honsel; Mc to bring back the bottle and 1 would re
Minnville, H, T. Atkinson; Marquam, fund the price paid. In the course of
a day or two the lady came back in com-
F. C. Butler; Mehama, G. F. Round;
panv with a friend in need of a cough
Nehalem and Bay City, Israel Putnam; j medicine, and advised her to buy a bot
Newberg, Hiram Gould; North Yamhill, | tle of Chandierlaln’a cough remedy.
D. H Luck; Oregon City, W. S. Grim; 1 consider that a very good recommenda
tion for the remedy.” It is for Bale by
Salem, First Church, John Parsons, I Howorth
Leslie, R. C. Blackwell; Silverton, L. H.
Pederson; Sheridan, C. R. Harden; Till
A new remedy for biliousness is on
amook, Gabriel Sykes; Turner, W. S. sale at Howorth’s drug store.
Gordon; Viola, J. W. Exon; Woodburn, called Chamlierlain’s atomai h and iiver
tablets. It gives quick relief and will
G. H. Bennett.
prevent the attack if given as soon as
the first indication of the disease ap-
Wanted, a strong young girl to help jiears. Price 25 cents per box. Sam
with the housework and take care of ples free.
baby. Enquire at this office.
See my 5c tablets. Geo. L. Williams.
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Question « You Are Interested
Send for Color Card» to W. /». FULLELt & CO., Portland, Oregon.
This Week we want to call your attention to our
Crauee & Brandcgce Suits.
Prices Range 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
You can best answer the
question by bringing your
watch to us for repairs, or,
better still, buying from us an
elegant new watch.
Wm. L Dirlschnelder & Bro.,
McMinnville’s Reliable Jewelers.
$5 to $10 a Suit.
5 The Hamblin Clothing Co.,
Is always fac
ing you when
you cease to
have the cor
M c M innville ,
If you are a buyer of Groceries in getting the
most and the best for your money.
coining and going of grocery stores the little
opera house grocery goes right along.
Sugar,‘Coffee, Flour and fruits are down to
bottom prices this month. Come and see.
L. E. Walker.
Do You Read?
Latest Books $1.35
Tho«>e indebted to 8. A. Manning
please call and nettle at the office of
K. L. Conner.
A Large Line of Books Just Arrived at
Williams’ Book Store.