The Yamhill County reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1904, November 01, 1901, Image 5

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    The Greatest Offer Ever Made To The People of Yamhill County.
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tVTE have bought of the McMinnville Grange & Farmers Co., at a price way Below Cost, their Entire Stock of Men’s and Boys’ Clothing. We must make a quick
sale of these goods, and realize that only extremely low prices will do the business. These goods are not only from some of the best makers, but are all new,
bought within the past few months. No shop worn goods in the entire lot. They go at less than first cost, and at the prices we have put on them will not last
long, so we advise you to come early and get first choice.
No Goods Laid Out For Anyone and No Coupons Given During This Sale.
Men s Black Clay Worsted Suits, square
or round cut, all worsted. These goods
always bring $10 to $12.
Sale Price $7.15
Men's Black Clay aud Blue Serge Suits,
heavy weight, all wool, cable seams,
goods worth $12.50 and $15,
Sale Price $9.85
Men s Black Stripe, Fancy Worsted, part
Cotton, but a good wearer and worth
any time $7,
Sale Price $3.75
Men s Extra Heavy Black Clay Frocks,
the finest goods made; they would be !
cheap at $18,
Sale Price $12,85
Men’s Fancy Cassimere Suits, never sold
for less than $7.50 to $8.50,
Men's Black and Blue Beaver Overcoats,
all wool and fast color, warranted,
Sale Price $5
Sale Price $8
50 Men’s Suits in Dark and Light Cassi­
mere, splendid goods and patterns, you
would think them cheap at $12.50,
Men's Black and Blue Beaver Overcoats,
regular $12.50 goods,
Sale Price $9.85
Sale Price $8.85
We have not room to mention
or price all the Suit Bargains.
Come in and see for yourself.
Overcoat Bargains.
Men's Light Covert Coats, you can't buy
their equal for $12.50,
Sale Price $7.50
100 Men’s Overcoats in Coverts, Black,
Blue and Brown Beaver, at $12.50 and
$15.
We have made some Strong
Cuts in our
Furnishings, Shoes
and Hats
ffhe Hamblin 'Clothing 'Co,
PHYSICIANS
£?
E. GOUCHER, H. D.
LOCAL NEWS.
G. S. Wright, dentist.
Investigate osteopathy.
Star 5 Star shoes at the Racket Store.
Consult free, I)r. Smith,the osteopath.
Wm. Rennie made a business trip to
Salem yesterday.
The Catholics are holding a fair in
Campbell’s hall.
Hon. Jesse Edwards of Newberg was
in the city on business Monday.
The R esoktkk and Weekly Oregonian
one vear for $2, strictly in advance
Fred Phillips of Whiteaon is reported
as quite sick.
To rent—House of nine rooms, Second
and I sts. Address “Snowden,” box 105.
Wardle has moved his barber shop
across the street to Gaunt’s old stand. 4
Nuix for “Progrcas” To Crack.
E ditor R eporter :—
Please permit us to reply briefly to Mr.
G. S. Wright, dentist.
“Progress," who so ably shows up the
School
Books
at
Williams
’
book
store
economy of the city council he is very
Physician
anxious to re-elect. First, he says they
Mrs. C. T. Smith returned from Port­
“have been the most progressive council
and Surgeon. land Saturday night.
we have ever had, the taxpayers know
Office over McMinnville National Bank.
Well bred Cotswold sheep for sale by
this to be true.’’ He further says "they
Calls responded to Day and Night.
have been very economical.” Will he
R. Baird, North Yamhill.
43-lin
kindly inform us where economy was
MCMINNVILLE
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OREGON.
J.
C.
Cooper
is
in
Washington
assist
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practiced? Is it not a fact that J. W.
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ing in a job of surveying.
McCullough and A. F. Arthur offered to
COOK & CABLE,
place the rock on the streets for isets per
k/
Loban carries a good stock of light and
yard less than the gentlemen paid anoth­
heavy harness.
Call and get prices.
er party at the expense of the poor devils
Workmanship first-class.
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who owned property on streets where
Eli Wangaman is going to move to
such improvement was made? Second­
ly, did not these gentlemen make an es­
Tillamook, where he has a good job.
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
timate of the probable cost of a main
Members
of
Charity
lodge
will
have
a
sewer line at $3,600; did they not award
(CMlNNVILt-r,
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O bkgon .
15c supper on the first Friday night in
said contract for $2,850? The charter
provides in such cases, where the esti­
November.
J C. MICIIAUX, rt. D.,
mate is greater than the cost, that the
Positively the best bargains in millin­
overplus be paid back or the levy pro­
Finest
line
and
best
prices
in
tablets
Physician and Surgeon, ery to be found any place at Miss Eva in tiie county, at Williams’ book store. portionately less. In this case the
amount is 20 per cent less than the es­
Martin’s. Stock is being rapidly reduced.
The St. Charles Store sells good gro­ timate. What did they do in the mat­
Mrs. A. A. Dubois has returned home ceries and provisions, and offers no baits. ter? Did they not employ one Mr.
M c M innville , O regon .
from a visit with her daughter, Mrs.
“Swainey” without any notice to the
’ Iflice in Wright Block.
D. B. Kingery has associated himself property owners, to put in laterals on
Crandall, of Portland.
in the real estate business with Albert said sewer line at a cost of 50c per
R. C. T. SniTH,
C. C. Murton is adding a crockery de­ Odell.
foot when our own people here
were getting the same work done for
partment in his store. There was a de­
The
closing
out
sale
at
the
Grange
store
from 28 to 30 cents per foot. Did they
mand for it, and he will meet it.
is drawing the crowds and the clerks are not exhaust the #750 in this way which
Uncle John Kingery returned on Mon­
should have been deducted, and then
kept busy.
make an additional levy without notice
day from a visit with relatives in Oregon
I nion Block, McMinnville, Oregon.
The
ladies
of
the
Christian
church
will
to anybody for about 20 per cent more
City and friends in Portland.
)ltice Hours. 10-12 and 2-4.
Examination Free
serve dinner at the church on Thanks­ than the first estimate? Is this the kind
School district No. 61 was recently giving day.
of economy Progress speaks of? He
further says they held contractors strict­
BARBERS._______ ____ disorganized because of lack of pupils.
The six-months-old babe of Mr. and ly to their contract.
What about the
It is the laiban mill vicinity.
Mrs. Frank Purvine was buried at Zena oakum that was to be used in the sewer
OGAN BROS.,
A theatrical company playing “The on Sunday. Their McMinnville friends joints? Did Mr. “Swainey” use it, or
King of the Opium Ring’’ is negotiating will heartily sympathize with them in did they deduct the cost of this from his
bid? Does not the treasurer’s books
for a week's stand at the opera bouse.
this loss.
show that the indebtedness of our city
Win F. Ilielschneider expects to
exceeds the amount allowed by the char­
Rolled
barley
is
the
feed
for
horses.
ter between six and seven thousand dol­
We are located opposite H. C. Burns’ and aim move into his new residence about the
J give all customers good treatment for little
Being manufactured by us we can give lars? J f this is the case where is the pro­
15th
of
the
current
month.
It
is
one
of
loney. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat-
the farmers the benefit of freight charges. tection to the taxpayers? Where is our
j lage solicited.
the neatest in the city.
Cail and lay in a winter’s supply of feed hand engine that cost the taxpayers
$1100, that was bartered away for a $40
F. Ilielschneider joins the procession
J. A. D erby & S on .
hose cart without any authority what­
HARNESS
in the close out sales.
Come in and
ever? “Progress” calls particular at­
The
T.
S.
Townsend
Creamery
Co.
at
price our line of boots and shoes; we
tention to the manner in which the
J A. YOUNG,
have cut the prices down to meet the 44 2d St., Portland, will pay highest mar marshal and recorder have enforced tile
ket price for your cream. Ship by ex­ laws governing saloons and gambling
lowest No humbug.
(Successor to E. Wright)
houses, which he says have all been
Manufactures ano Deals in
A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. press, from any station or landing. Will looked after carefully by the officers Is
sell
you
U.
S.
Cream
Separators
and
take
D. I. Asbury in this city on Tuesday, Oct.
this why the saloon men are out with a
your cream in payment.
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big push for these officers? What think
29, 1901. Yamhill Reporter please copy.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Mulkey and eon oi you, citizens? He says they are pledged
—Telephone-Register. More like Bro.
to continue the same economical policy
nd brushes, and sells them cheaper than they Harding would copy a similar record in Hailey, Idaho, will spend the winter in Is there any need for a new ticket?
an be bought any where else in the Willamette
the Willamette valley, and J. W. Ballin­
X.Y.Z.,Jr.
ralley. Our all iiome made sets of harness are hie family bible.
renounced unsurpassed by those who buy them
On next Sunday Rev. Father Hickey ger is looking for their arrival in this
Care Counts.
will give his second lecture at the Cath­ city early this month. The ductor has
leased bis dental business for the period
olic
church
on
"Pagan
anl
Christian
LLARD & EHRMAN,
The issues of life and death depend on
Rome.” There will be no admission of his absence.
the potency of a drug sometimes—of tell­
Proprietors of
Heibert L. Toney writes his parents er than we are apt to think. When your
charged, and all are welcome. The us­
ual Sunday services at McMinnville and from Ann Arbor that he is down to physician prescribes a remedy he ex­
business again for another year in the pects certain results; if the remedy sup­
at St. Patrick’s mission.
plied be lacking in purity or strength it
Ihoice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
Through a mistake last week it was study of dentistry, and that they are may fail in its purpose. We think of
stated that L. Root had $5,000 to loan. working him pretty hard. Herl>ert has these things. We take care to see that
South side Third St. between B and C.
every drug we use in prescriptions is ab­
Mr. Root has only $2,000 for such dis­ two winters yet before he finishes, and solutely pure and of standard potency.
may
not
return
home
before
a
year
from
posal, as is announced in his local today,
We are careful about the compounding
CAHTOTIIA.
Bear« th.
_
Ito Kind You Haw Always Bought ! md the Reporter hastens to correct the next June.
also. We have had ample experience,
Henry Oliver is home with his glad i ami can assure you that if you permit us
misstatement that made the gentleman a
‘ uare
to compound your prescriptions you can
•wealthier man than he feels himself to hand and jolly faee. He returned from 1 feel secure about them
We never sac­
Council City, Alaska, about 90 miles rifice quality for price, yet our prices are
be.
iir.tmmt ,f Mrrchanla To Clowe.
Elsia Wright has sold his harness busi­ east of Nome, on Wednesday, after a the lowest.
M •MiNS'vru.F O rf ., O ct . 29th, 1901.
R ogers B ros ’ P harmacy ,
ness to J. A. Young, afte$<running the j fourteen days’ voyage. For two sum­
~ We,the undersigned merchant* of Mc-
mers he has been employed in freighting '
McMinnville, Oregon.
X-. » Minnville, agree to close our respective business continuously In McMinnville
places of business at 6:30 o'clock p m. for —years. U will j^em queer to see j for Chas. D. Lane, the California million-1
tlcen.M «• Itlarrv-
irom the 4th of November to the 15th Elsie out of a j<\ tfit he'll soon find aire, and in the winter he was cook for
Oct. 24—Daniel Harris, 76, and Sarah
of April 1902, excepting Saturday eve­ another one, and Al Young has done! a mesa of a half-dozen. We proposed
Ann Shumate, 73.
ning and also excepting from the nth of
to Henry to start a local theatrical com­
the hard part of the woik, anyway.
Oct. 26—J. L. Morris, 34, and Bertha
December to the 15th of January, 1902:
R. Jacobson &Co,
The railroad company has a rule that pany this winter, but he says he hasn't L. Graves, 24, of Sheridan.
Oct. 26—H. F Nelson. 36. and Annie
McMinnville G & F Co.,
no manufacturing institution can be lo-| learned any new tri« ks.
Johnson, 25, of West Chehalem.
Chicago Store,
A
man
named
I.engerinan,
with
his
cated within the limits of their depot i
C C. Murton,
grounds This would seem to preclude' familv of a wife and five children, were
C. R Hamblin
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Hendricks visited
C F. Mills & Co., will open from Dec. the use of Mr. Hendricks’ w arehouse for discovered this week camped in their in Monmouth early in the week.
nth instead of the 16th.
a fruit cannery. This is overcome by wagon near the hall grounds, destitute
In speaking of the an lei da of Ed Rnlh-
M E. Hendrick,
the proposition of F.lsia Wright to give of anything to eat, and the heal of the erland last week, the Hillsboro Indefsm-
Lambert Bros.,
the nee of his building at the corner of family on bis back sick. Lengerman dent any*: “He owed about $2400, yet
L. E. Walker,
bad that amount of peraonal projierty.
Wallace & Walker,
Third and F streets for three years with-. was formerly a resident of Sheridan, had fie
In addition be owned two farms either
Vm F. Ilielschneider & Bro.,
out rent, if the managers will pay the been to Idaho, and was driving back. I of which would have discharged the
St. Charles Store.
taxes. We can have that cannery in Claiming to have been a Mason, that j debt and left the other clear.” It does
fraternity took charge of him, and aup- aeem aa if Ed must have been Buffering
Mrs. Emma Chandler of Forest Grove spite of all obstacles if we will work for
I from temporary mental aberration.
plied bia immediate neceaaitiea.
lit.
ie aiaiting in the city.
Physicians
and Surgeons.
C hicago S tore .
Hnothcr Cut in
Capes, jackets
and JMackintosbes
We place oil Sale
steopathic Physician
Saturday, Nov. 2
Our entire stock of above goods at a sweeping re­
duction in prices. We want to clean up the entire
stock of Jackets in Seven Days.
BARBERS.
You can expect bargains, for you will surely
get them.
For convenience to customers onr stock of these
goods will be removed from our up-stairs cloak room
to the main floor of the store and divided into lots.
In the meantime our great Sale still goes on.
More and greater bargains than ever before offered.
HARNESS,
CITY MARKET.
C hicago S tore
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yorii i: «»» a inai . <n:iTi.l:nt:>T.
notice
m APPon r nie NT or ix-
E<’t TOM
OTICE is hereby given that the underdgnrd
an mlininixtratrix of the efltate of Htrphen
’OTD’E is hereby given that the undersigned,
D. York, deceased, baa filed in the county court
<’ h. Johnson, has been duly appointed by
ot Yamhill county, state of Oregon, the final
| the county court of Yamhill county. Oregon,
account of her ndriiiniatrntion of »aid ohtate, and executor of the last will and testament of Nan-
that said court haa appointed Monday, the 2d cy Dnwsoii, deceased. All persons having claims
<lay of December, 1901, at the hour of one o’clock against the estate of said deceased are hereby
in the afternoon of «aid day aw the time, and notified and required to present them with
the county court room as the place for the hear | proper vouchers, duly verified, within six
ingof objections thereto, if any there lie. why I months from the date of this notice, to the un-
<*aid account should not tie allowed and ap­ I deniigned at McMinnville, in Yamhill county,
proved, and why said estate «hould not be for­ I Oregon,
ever and finally settled and said administratrix
Dated Nov. 1st. 1901.
discharged ana her bondsmen exonerated.
C 0. JOHNSON,
Dated this 1st day of Novemlter, A. I>. 1'JOl.
Executor of the Last Will and Testament of
LIZZIE .1. YORK,
Nancy Ihiwsun, deceased.
Administratrix of said Estate. I B. F. KIloDRR, Att’y for Estate
B. F. RHODES, Att’y for BMale
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Mra. R. I’. Bird ha. gone to Portland
A daughter wan born on Tuesday to tbia week to make a visit with bar aon
Dick an<l family.
the wife oi D. I. Aabnry.