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M’MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, OCT. 25,1901.
APPORTIONING STATE TAX.
Yumbill Couuly’s Share Luder the
New 1.aw—The Percentage
One Dollar If paid In advance, Slnglenumber. Ove cent..
Uncle Billy Caldwell is quite ill thia
There is a falling off in the value of
Henry Eccleeton has sold his hop crop
Through the liberality of Mc
who last year trad assessable property in Yamhill county at 9 cents a pound.
Minnville's Leading Merchants,
ed his residence here for a farm at this year of $38,472 as compared with
For Sale—Two fresh cows at a reason
A $100 A. B. Chase Parlor Organ Scholl’s Ferry in Washington county, the assessment of last year. It is notice able
R. W. L ancefield .
Purchased from the old reliable music was found dead on Friday last near his able, however, that there is a corres
is visiting her mother
dealer Geo. C. Will, Salem, Oregon, will home, by his stepson, William Fletcher. ponding increase in the valuation of the
be given to the one holding the largest Ed had been working at blacksmithing taxable property of every other county
number of coupons on November 16th, in Portland, and had come home for a in the state that has been equalized by
To loan on improved real estate—$5,-
1901. All coupons must be signed by
000, from 1 to 5 years.
L. R oot .
the merchant issuing the coupon, and by few days to rest, as he had been feeling the respective couuty boards, the in
be in Mc
the holder of same The purchaser can
give his or her coupons to some one else over to an adjoining farm for a load of ing the sum of f15.924.277. This in Minnville Nov. 11th,12th, and 13th
and let them sign them. It will pay you potatoes. Ed remained at the house, crease signifies one of two things. Eith
Home grown English rye grass seed
to trade at the following stores and re
ceive a coupon with every 25c C ash pur but becoming restless, suggested to his er greater prosperity has overcome the for sale by R. Baird, North Yamhill, Or.
wife that he would go out and hunt balance of the state and overlooked this
Bring your chickens and eggs to H. C.
McMinnville Grange & Farmers store, some Chinese pheasants, as there was county, or else the new law in reference Hannon and get the cash. C. F. Dan
Dry Goods, Clothing & Shoes. Organ nothing about the house that demanded to the apportionment of the state tax
iels' old stand.
on exhibition at this store.
his services. His wife said she would has made it possible to confirm the sus
H. C. Burns, Furniture Store.
A McMinnville man says he reads the
be glad to have some birds, and with picion that the majority of couuties in
J. G. Wiesner—Cigars and Tobacco.
first, and next to that the Reporter.
Wm. F. Dielschneider & Bro., jewelers. this he left with the understanding that the state have purposely been making
( ULi nm s school notes .
Willard & Ehrmau & Co., meat mar he would be back for dinner. Not re a ridiculously low valuation in order to That man is all right.
turning at the appointed time, search escape payment of iheir just share of
Several new students are enrolled in
The farmers are all busily engaged in
Rogers Bros., Drugstore.
was begun. He was found over a little the state tax burden. It looks as if this office in this city from this time on, dur the high school.
T. A. White—White’s Restaurant.
getting their grain in before the fall
We are having too many tardy marks.
S. P. Houser—Second-hand store and hill from the house, by the side of a latter were true, since slate taxes are not
large cedar stump. His left hand was now levied as formerly. The new law
Lambert Bros, want all the poultry, There is no need of this. If you get out
of bed at any reasonable time there is
A. Flynn of Willamina came over
Geo. L. Williams—Bookstore.
lying under him, and his right hand was passed by the last legislature provides
F. W. Spencer—Hardware, Farm Ma
Saturday and visited a few days with
will pay the highest cash price. At no need of being tardy.
Julius Wood has dropped his studies
chinery, Bicycles and Sewing Machines.
Palmer’s old stand.
the family of J, Thompson.
in the 9U1 grade.
J. S. Roscoe—Bicycle Sundries and two shells in it, one being discharged, ferent principle. It was formerly the
I. Lambright was out from McMinn
Our football team will play their first
and the trigger of the other barrel was custom to levy a percentage on the total
A. J. Loban, Harness Shop.
cocked. The gun lay as if pushed from taxable property of each county, but and late of Hopewell, has located in game on the college grounds on Satur ville Monday to view the progress of
Triplett & Hendershott—Confectionery
Tillamook, in partnership with Dr. F. C. day afternoon at 2:30. Their oppouents his farm since his removal to the city.
C. F. Daniels—Feed, Seed & Produce. the front of the man. A stick of about until 1905 the levy will be based on the Nichols.
are a picked team of town boys and a
Mrs. M. Grimm has moved her house
Lambert Bros.—Groceries &. Commis the length required to reach the trigger average valuation of taxable property
good game is expected.
Those iudebted to S. A. Manning
was lying near. The shot evidently en for the past five years. By this method
The “hard times social” given by the hold belongings to the house on the
call and settle at the office of young ladies of the basket ball team Shortridge farm, where she will live
tered the mouth, tore away the lower for the current five years Yamhill’s please
R. L. Conner.
last Friday evening was .. grand success during the winter.
teeth and tongue, and much of the share of the state tax will be .0391 per
Seth O. Coolidge, formerly of this in every way. Quite an extensive lite
lower right side of the face. Coroner cent of the money collected from the
Jasper Agee and family left for their
rary program was given, after which a
Via of Washington county held an in various counties for the maintenance of city, has become editor of the Vale Dem social hour and lunch were had. The Salmon River ranch Saturday. They
quest on Saturday morning, and the state institutions. Multnomah county ocrat in Malheur county. He seems to proceeds amounted to something over expect toieturn to Gopher in the spring.
jury found that the deceased came to will pay .3123 per cent; Marion, .0613 have got in on the ground floor with the fourteen dollars.
Quite a number of cattle are changing
R oll , of H onor
his death by a gunshot wound, with sui per cent; Linn, .0526 per cent, and Lane, oil excitement.
hands. John Cronin and J. Thompson
The Grange store means business and
1st and second grades, Cook school—
.0462 per cent, and soon down the list.
each sold a fíne drove of cattle to Ed
the stock of goods will be closed ont at Percy Fitzhugh, Grant Irvine, Lyman
The news in McMinnville was not en
Rogers this week.
wak, Elmer Poole, Ione DuBois, Norina
tirely surprising. Those who knew Ed figured on the average expenditures,
Fred Lebold brought his engine back
The thermometer registered 78 degrees Young, Mabel Maloney, Harold Bird,
most intimately, knew that he had a roads and bridges excepted, during the
to the saw mill Friday. Since harvest
despondent nature, and as well that he current five years. That is, the expen on Tuesday. The highest record during Baker, Eva Cable, Genevieve Irvine, it has been undergoing repairs, but is
often experienced spells of exuberance ditures of all the counties will be added the month of October for several years Dora Long, Irma Rummel.
Is always fac equally decided. He was last in this together and each county’s share will was in 1897, when on the 5th and 6th 1st and 2d grades, Columbus—Perry now ready to be put in use again.
Fred Daniel left Monday to begin
Glendenning, Ercel Lynch, Cyril Web
ing you when city early in October, and had come be the proportion that each bears to the registration was 81.
near Bellevue. Until recently he
yon cease to back for the purpose of again getting the whole. As this proportion is, so We are paying this week 30 to 35 cts MoriceGlendenning, EligahCook, Tomy has been at work in Portland.
Cook, Lyle McCullough, Waldennar
have the cor- possession of his blacksmith shop, now remains to be seen whether or not the fresh eggs.
W allace & W alker .
Mr Evans was home to visit over
Johnson, Walter White, Ersel Pearson,
leased to Mr. Boyd. He expressed him
for the first time in about two
self as having made a bad change finan
Mail to E. D. Alexander of Fayette, Hill, Hugh Peek, Ernest Peek, Clarence months. He has been employed near
cially in removing to Washington county,
Webber, Glen Ladd, Eldred Ford, Grace
Iowa. Brown will return to the east. Boardman, Jennie Waugaman, Ivis Rob Amity during this time.
Hr«. Nettie J. X'ngermnii.
You can best answer the and that McMinnville was good enough
bins, Hazel Lynch, Venetta Emmett,
question by bringing yi our for him He could not get immediate The Reporter takes pleasure in pre
nt. James’ Fair.
senting the likeness of Mrs. Ungerman had negotiated his plant in this city, Mauilie Baker, Alma Brumback, Helena
watch to us for repairs, or,
of this city, one of the most prominent but was tricked out of it bv a third Willis, Doda Rhodes, Madge Eckman,
The big fair to be held in Campbell's
it after the expiration of the lease. He
Rela Kegg, Alta Glendenning, Nettie hall Oct. 30th, 31st, Nov. 1st and ad, by
better still, buying from us ¡ an had frequently been heard to say of late
party before its full consummation.
the ladies of the St. Jamea’ Catholic
elegant new watch.
3d and 4th grades, Cook—Bertie Weav church is going to be a great succeaa.
Prof. Rutherford, principal of the com
that he was “done for,” in a financial
mercial department, will conduct, a night er, Terry Pace, Oran Funk, Roy Funk, There will be six splendid booths con
Homer Mosher, Roleigh Burch, Norris
Wm. f. Dielschneider & Bro.,
school at the college on Monday, Rogers, Colonel Branson, Percy Varney, taining all kinds of good things to eat,
He leaves a wife, three daughters and
to wear and to decorate with. The arti
Glen Ruffner, Edith Easterly, Ona Cary, cles are said to be the finest and moat
McMinnville's Reliable Jewelers. three sons. The body was brought to
vidual instruction given in penmanship, Marie Henry, Minnie Nowak, Bessie costly of their kind ever offered before
this city Saturday evening, and on Sun
arithmetic, book-keeping, shorthand and York. Ada Marshall, Esther Marshall, to the public at a fair. All the com
day morning at 10 a. tn., funeral services
Hazel'Gaunt, Clarissa Smith, Muriel mittees have been appointed and have
typewriting. No classes.
were held at the Christian church under
Long, Edith Malone, Dottie Iiively.
nearly completed their preparations.
auspices of Charity lodge A. O. U. W.,
3d and 4th, Columbus—Gilman Gray, The amusement committee has a de
J. E. Brooks has sold about 100 acres
Il lliippene«! in a ■»rug More.
and Diana lodge K. of P., the latter tak
of his farm adjoining this city to Milton Harry Powell, Stella Bryan, Edna Hill, cidedly rich and changing program for
Helen McCullough, Fleeta Northlip,
A. Marshall and wife, late of Blackfoot, Veda Rhodes, Helen Adams, Tressie each evening and the beat talent has
‘ One day last winter a lady came to ing the service at tie grave. Rev. A. L.
my drug store and asked for a brand of Platt preached the funeral sermon.
Idaho, who have taken possession. The Kelley, Omer Hubbard, Glen Hamden,
cough medicine that I did not have in Burial was by the side of his father and
price was about $35 per acre, which is Letha Ladd, Eva Ladd, Lottie Barnhart.
Block,” says Mr. 0. R. Grandin, the daughter in Masonic cemetery, and was
Operation for AppansUcltla.
5th grade, Cook—Ernest Stout, Law
regarded as low. Mr. Brooke reserves
p ipular druggist of Ontario, N. Y. •‘She
Hendershott, aged 25 yean, a
Deceased was 41
his residence and about two acres of ney, Frank Platt, Rex Tallman, Fred
was disapfiointed and wanted to know largely attended,
farmer of Stayton, and eldest eon of
what cough preparation I could recom years of age, and for several years had
Young, Wilma Duncan, Lola Walker, Geo. W. Hendershott of the Comwer-
mend. I said Io her that I could freely been an enthusiastic mere ber of above
Died—At Bellevue, early Friday morn Zealous Fletcher, Edith Weaver, Clara cial hotel of this city, was operated on
recommend Chamberlain’s cough rented) lodges, anil an earnest member and sup
ing, Oct. 18th, of fever, Ethel, the Arthur, Neva Chandler, May Williams for the removal of the vermiform appen
and that she could take a bottle of the
6th grade, Columbus—Olive Blood, dix at the Salem hospital on Tuesday.
13-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
remedy and after giving it a fair trial if porter of the Christian church of this
ladies of this community in official lodge C. J. Payne Her illness was of brief Arnold Johnson, Ethel Ford, Ethel Gray, The appendix had bursted and scattered
ehe did not consider it worth the money, city.
Lora Fletcher, Bessie Lnelling, Lepha the contents, which condition always
circles. Every official trust held by her,
to bring back the bottle and 1 would re
and there have been several, has been duration, and the parents have the sin Thurber, Floris Derby, Naomi Carlin, renders recovery somewhat doubtful.
fund the price paid. In the course ol
carried with dignity and efficiency. cere sympathy of friends in their lose. Eva Little, Eva Akin, Lillian Nowak, The young man’s father received a tele
a day or two the lady came bark in com
phone message of the condition of his
Last week closed five years’ service as The funeral was conducted on Saturday Clifford Dennis, Nora Ilarnden.
panv with a friend 111 need of a cough
7th grade, Columbus—Sam Babcock, son on Monday forenoon, and went over
Grand Mistress of Records and Corres at the home by Rev. A. L. Platt of the
medicine, and advised her to buy a bot
Lovell Keen, Orville Yocom, Frank to Salem that day. He came home
pondence for the Rathbone Sisters, and
tie of Chamberlain's cough remedy. I
Jones, Clarence Kingery, Edgar Pace, Tuesday and returned again today.
for the service she was granted the hon Christian church. *
consider that a very good recommenda
Herbert Eckman, ~
Ethel Paulus, Reta The doctors give little encouragement,
ors of Past Grand Chief. She declined
Mr. Peck, in charge of the parly sur
tion for the remedy.” It is for sale by
further election. Mrs Ungerman
is a veying a line for the Northern Pacific Yocom, Minilie Hirschbiirg, Lulu Olds, but equally bad cases have been brought
Ho worth & Co.
Mary Lee, Bessie Cook.
to a successful termination.
native Oregonian, and is officially iden
9th and loth grades—Edythe Bristow,
tified with the Rebekahs and Native from Scappoose to Tillamook, has in
Clash <»f Anilinrity.
formed the Tillamook Herald that he Florence Barnhart,
l.icen.ea (• Harry.
Earnest Poole, Kelton Peery, Maryjones,
County Judge John H Scott of Marion
will probably reach Tillamook October 20. Lila Winiganinn. I la Stewartson, Earl
A. L. Silvey, aj, of Aberdeen,
county has trouble. He has engaged
Card ol Thank«.
The route is a rough one but a railroad Blood, Gussie Updegraff, Bertha Con-
two expert bookkeepers, G. P. Clark
Florence Bryan, 19, of Mc
We take this method of expressing our can be constructed cheaply. The sum verse, Letha Henry, Marie Irvine,
and G. W. Buchanan, to expert the
heartfelt thanks to the members of the mit will be tunneled for a distance of
books of the county officers, and now
Peery, Esther Martin, Belle McDougall,
the officers refuse to have their books
A. O. U. W. and Knights of Pvtbias, 700 feet, and the crossing of the south Merle Nelson, Cecil Hoskins, Ralph
checked by outsiders—the two men are
and to all friends in general who showed fork of the Nehalem will be made at Martin, Cecil Peckham, Danna Potter.
nonresidents—and insist there is no need Is more common than we may think, if
9:45 s. m., preaching II
of going to the expense now, as the we define gluttony as eating bevond the their sympathy in our bereavement. Vine Maple poatoffiee. The party is
a. m., Junior Endeavor 3 p. tn., Y. P. S.
books will all have to be experted on body's need of sustenance anti beyond And we would not forget those who con now just beyond Foley poetoffice.
C. E. 6:30p.m., preaching 7:30 p.m.
July I next, when the present officers the stomach’s capacity for digestion and tributed the floral offerings and fur
RejKirt of McMinnville schools for You are invited. A. L. P latt , Pastor.
The Yamhill Coal and Oil Co. lack
assimilation of food. That is a fair
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only a few hundred dollars now of hav first month ending Oct. 18, i901
The order for experting the books was definition, and it fastens the name glut nished the music.
ing sufficient funds on band from the
made by the Judge outside a term of ton on many a person who would resent
HI. E. Church.
court, and is not of record, and this is the term as an insult. Th? fact of this
sale of stock to warrant them in procur
Sunday School 9:45, preaching 11, Jun
Call (or Citizen«’ Meeting.
another objection urged. The County gluttony is marked by its consequences.
ing the necessary machinery for drilling.
ior league 3, Epworth league 6:30,
Judge however expects to remedy that The overloaded stomach becomes dis
A meeting of the voters of McMinn The people are beginning to realize the
preaching 7 :30, Henry T. Atkinson, pus-
by calling a special term of the court eased. The popular term for the condi
tor. As next Sunday will be quarterly
and making the order regularly. The tion is’’weak’’ stomach. The ’’weak” ville is hereby called to meet in the end of the suspense and to see the goal
meeting, the pastor will preach • vary
officer^ threaten to enjoin the Judge stomach fails in furnishing adequate nu court house on Saturday evening, Oct. of success, and are subecribing liberally GKADFJL
a 1 : -
short sermon in the morning; this will be
from experting the books at this time, trition for the body, and soon the " weak 26tb, 1901, at 7:30 o'clock, for the pur- for the stock, which cannot remain long
followed by the reception of members,
as no necessity has been shown for the ness ” spreads from the stomach to other |>oee of placing in nomination a mayor,
after which the boly communion will bo
at the low price of fifty cents a share
Interesting developments are organs
administered, and this will be followed by
Dr. Pierce’s Golden Medical Discovery city recorder, city marshal, and three Within the next sixty days the com Mh
looked for, and litigation may result
10 S. S. lilllK’MIi
a general class meeting. In the evening
6*7 :|6 3 io Addy Bristow
from the judge's attempt to check the cures diseases of the stomach and other councilmen to he voted for st the city pany hopes to 1« able to have the drills nth
M..1 II 3 47 Grat e Newell
Dr. Watters, the presiding elder, will be
organs of digestion and nutrition. It election on the 4th day of November, pounding away towards the hidden 5th
705 6S 1 4'2 l 'ora Corner
present and preach. All are cordially
enables the perfect assimilation of food, 1901.
3 A4 ( oliim 625 31 3 34 Emma Greene
J acob W ortman , Mayor.
invited. On Monday morning the quar
wealth of the Chehalem hills.
41 Dot ha banieh
3 A 4( 'ook 747 32
by which alone the health and strength
« 52 Eva Hembree
1 A2 Colum *>«
terly conference busineee meeting will bo
Drying preparations simply devel of the body is maintained.
Mrs. N.J. Ungerman, of McMinnville, 1 A 2 Cook 79« « *2 46 Hattie William«
held at 9:30. All members are urged to
"Your medicine helped me an much that I
Your Life is at Stake
op dry catarrh ; they dry up the secretions,
visited with her daughter yesterday at
praise it too highly." write» Mrs C. L-
•'< :*7 •25
which adhere to the membrane and decom cannot
Brooks, of Poland. Androocoggin Co.. Me. "The
pose. causing a far more serious trouble than first dose I look helped me I cannot forget pounds your prescriptions. He must the central station of the telephone ex
L. R. A lderman , Principal.
the ordinary form of catarrh. Avoid all dry how I felt when I tool! it; I was suffering every know his business and have the right change. Mrs. Ungerman has just com
*1 tennkagl vlng R.ras.w-
with indigestion, and my stomach was so
ing inhalants, fumes, smokes and snuffs thing
CA8 TO TIT A..
kind of fresh, ppre, reliable drugs for the pleted a term of five years served as
bioMed that it seemed as though it must burst.
associatioa of this city
and use that which cleanses, soothes and Mr husband said he was suing for the doctor, I compound your doctor wants yon to
Ih» Kind You H11» Alwin Bought
unanimously voted that the annual union.
heals. Ely's Cream Balm is such a remedy but I said if he would get me a bustle of the have. We have both—the skill and the Grand M. of R. <k C Rathbone Sisters. Bean ths
should be preached-
Medical Discovery' I would try that
Her efficient service and great popularity Signature
and will cure catarrh or cold in the head I • Golden
at the Christian church thia year, the
had not taken it long when I felt relieved and ' drugs. Over twenty years at the pres-
easily and pleasantly. A trial size will be have not had a loach of indigestion or stomach j cription counter, of hard work and study, with her associates is emphasized when
sermon to be preached by Rev. Leonard.
mailed for 10 cents. All druggists sell the trouble since I had been sick for four years , assures you that you get what your pres- it is stated that the official term is but
When you cannot sleep for coughing, | W. Riley, pastor of the Baptist church.
levs than four bottles cured me
60c. size. Ely Brothers. 56 Warren 8t., N.Y. «nd
that knew me before I began to take the i cription calls for. Our prices are always one year, and to serve five years means it iff hardlv neceMary thgt anyone should The arrangements concerning music,
The Balm cures without pain, does not people
r Golden Medical Discovery ’ tell me that they I the lowest
Yours, for business
five consecutive elections.
A sixth tell yon that you need a few doses of order of service, etc., will be in charge
irritate or ranee sneezing. It spreads itself never saw such a chanse in any one. «nd they
PEERY DRUG CO.,
say they don't see how I can do such Urge
Charnherlain'a cough remedy to allay the of Rev. A L Platt. Further announce
over an irritated and angry surface, reliev also
as I do now. when I had net done a
Prescription Druggists. election was declined. as the lady felt irritation of the throat and make sleep ments will he made later.
ing immediately the painful inflammation. washings
washing for so lo«g -
that she has earned a rest.—Hillsboro possible. It is good. Try it.
^With Ely's Cream Balm you are armed
Dr. Pierce’» Pellets cure biliousness.
See my 5c tablet«. Geo. L. Williams. Independent.
by Howortb A Co.
School Books at William’ book atoro
nst Nasal Catarrh and Hay Fever.
Found Dead Near Seltoll’s
sufficient to give you most
delicious tea biscuit using
Royal Baking Powder as di
rected. A pure, true leavener.