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Entered at the Poatofflcain McMinnville,
MINNVILLE, ORE., FRIDAY, DEC
Principal Events of The Closing Year
Briefed History of This Locality For 1901
ut materials and
Made to stand
ne iraarnaru. nyonrui
them, write for catalogne to
amous Woodworth Per
leading odors. We sell them.
s just received, fancy pkgs.,
of the best make. Our toilet
e finest yon ever used.
are not satisfied with it bring
d get your monev.
rush goes on your presenp-
receive tbe same careful atten
u always get at our store.
P eery D rug C o .
price prescription druggists.
Drs. Lewi9 & Wisecarver formed part
A largely attended watch meeting
held at the Methodist church.
G. F. Vance arrested for burglary of
Fletcher’s house near Davton.
Knights of Pythias give a free enter-
tainrnent and ball.
H. A. Palmer & Co. dissolved partner-
Geo. Lebold accidentally drowned at
Marriage of Geo. Martin and Miss
Yamhill county warrants at a premium
of one cent.
Annual meeting of O. r. R. A.
Unfortunate accident to Mrs. Delia
Board man, who through a violent fall
broke both lower limbs.
City schools reached enrollment of
Spaulding & Co. opened lumber ard
Geo. W. Jones and crew went u» to
miil to begin lumbering season on the
Death of Mrs. Anna Holman.
A. V. R. Snyder appointed de
revenue collector at Wrangle, Alask
Death of R. M. Dickinson. 14th.
Death of Mrs. Elsie Redmond, 22d.
M. D. L. Rhodes removes to Seattle.
Loss by fire of G. W. woollette s res
Judge J. E. Magers removed to Port-
David Nay berger returned from a
three-months’ visit to Germany.
O. O. Hodson and family return from
visit to Indiana.
Joint teacher’s institute held at Amity.
Unveiling of memorial shaft at Cham-
who have not responded
Passage of Indian War Veteran bill by
notice regarding settlement
First ripe strawberries of the season.
k accounts for 1901 will please
Wheat 44c a bushel.
tion to tbi9 notice, as our en
Dr. S. A. Young suffers his second May 1 st, brought to this office by Dr.
nts must be put in shape witb- stroke of paralysis
Isolated cases of smallpox near Mc
R. J acobson C o
Minnville result in exaggerated scarf.
Martin Johnson opens tailor shop.
d with C. W.
Mrs. J. Wr. Gault comes forward with
first rose bouquet of the season.
S. A. Manning sold his harness busi
John P. Meakin cf
ness to Elsia Wright and his hardware
College rally and historical meeting business to F. W. Spencer.
Miss Bena Snelling accepted a position
ng, and must get in all ac-
H. F. Bedwell of North Yamhill sells with a law firm at Albany.
e me in order to meet my own
Decoration day appropriately ob
his business to Roberts Bros.
It is the t ime of year to »et
by Custer post and relief corps.
Death of Queen Victoria, Jan. 22d.
ri I respectfaDy request those
Eleven pupils graduate from the high
Celebration on 16th of golden wed-
be pg indebted to me to
ding of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bertram of school with address by Hon. Thos. H.
LH1A WPI...1 i .
Intercollegiate field meet on college
W. C. Miller purchases Meadow Lake
grounds May 31st. The score by points
was Albany 57, McMinnville 44, Dallas
dsomest bui£dney Trouble i Death of Mrs. Anna Hurner.
15, Newberg 10.
ing businef* Ont-
wheat 50c a bushel, hops 13c, wool
Death of Hon. O. H. Irvine, on the
handise ^«>ty-four hours .
sediment or set
tling Indicates an
-, unhealthy condi
tion of the kid-
neys; if it stains
your linen it is
evidence of kid-
ney trouble; too
frequent desire to
pass it or pain tn
the back is also
proof that the kidneys and biad
What to no.
comfort in the knowledge so
d. that Dr. Kilmer’s Swamp-
at kidney remedy fulfills every
Ing rheumatism, pain in the
s, liver, bladder and every part
y passage. It corrects inability
r and scalding pain in passing
fects following use of liquor,
. and overcomes that unpleasant
being compelled to go often
y, and to get up many times
•lght. The mild and the extra-
ect of Swamp-Root is soon
It stands the highest for its won-
of the most distressing cases,
a medicine you should have the
druggists in 50c. and$l. sizes,
have a sample bottle of this
it. both sent
Kilmer & Home of Swamp-Root
ton, N. Y. When writing men-
this generous offer in this paper.
m is such a remedy
0 catarrh or cold in the head
leasAntly. A trial size will be
0 cents. All druggists sell the
yBrothers. 56 Warren St., N.Y
cure s without pain, does not
use sneezing. It spreads itself
fated and angry surface, reliev-
tely the painful inflammation.
’s Cream Balm you are armed
Catarrh and Hay Fever
•LIRE, and will
F'14 other Leads.
nn, of Herrington,’
ay from the tesje
ther. He claim
P<ery Drug Co. embarked in business.
S p . Houser opens store in this city.
Davw Caldwell completes school cen
sus, anq finds 657 children of school age.
County commissioners make tax levy
8.3 milk which is one-tenth mill less
than prev\)uS year.
Governor Geer appoints seven dele-
gates to go o Washington in interest of
Indian War ve^eran9 as follows: H. D.
Mount, Jasor. AVheeler, G. W. Riddle,
T. A. Wood, C m . O. Summers and J. C.
Special tax on bicycles declared un-
Rev. R. W. Kulp tenders resignation
as pastor of Baptist. hurch.
O. F. R. A. on the
12th, for revision of nstitution.
Death of Mrs. Bin ma Laughlin of
Death of Christopher o Baker.
The firm ot Scott & Wiqiamg dissolved
Union lodge adds five ^Cres to ceme
Lincoln memorial services held at the
12th, death of Mrs. Rhoda C Hender-
son, aged 86.
Co». C. J. Holt held a two-we^ks’ tem-
«1 Theodore H Gilbert
of postomce to present
"The Merry Milkmaids" presented at
the opera house by the college conserv-
atory on the 7th.
Pioneers’ reunion held at Dayton.
Mrs. Catherine Baker celebrated her
78th birthday on the 1st.
Commencement week at the college
began June 7th.
Prof. Northup chosen president of
□. F. R. A. on the 7th.
Indian War veterans met in annual
Lecture to fanners by C. R. Smith of
Minnesota on the 9th.
17th, Marriage of Rev. A. L. Black
and Miss Allie Wallace.
18th, mamage of Harley Crandell and
Miss Myrtle Dubois.
Davton public schools graduated X2
15th, county Workman picnic.
Profs. Aiderman and Duncan placed
at the head of the city schools
16th, Woodman unveiling of monti-
ments at the cemetery.
26th, marriage of W
Miss Lota Edmiston.
Mamage of Chas. A Elliott and Miss
25th, Whiteson creamery started.
encampment at Forest
26th, Maccabee picnic at Amity.
Bids asked for construction of new
f expert examination of
Shortages found a^gre- ■ewer.
Resignation of Rev. Geo. W. Fender
as pastor of C. P church.
25th, death of Mrs. Letitia Bean.
27th, visit to city of congressional com -
mittee on rivers and harbors.
Cal Long met with severe accident
Annual school meeting? Dr. Goncber
reelected director, and Wm. Scott chos- while working on a bridge near White-
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Fletcher
Death of O. L. Clark at Salem.
celebrate their 25th wedding anniver-
Rev. M. J. Hickey became pastor
Intercollegiate oratorical contest
16th, suicide of Leo J. Patterson
24th, death of Dr Geo. W. Gue
Construction of fruit warehouse
depot by Drs. Calbreath, Goucher and
28th, suicide of Richard Ekstein at
loth, death ot Sam T. Sha
i in Kansas City.
4th, death of Mrs.
Death of Francis Le
13th, J. E. Durham an
Wm. F. Dielschneider lets con
Wm. Arthur for construction of his
Dr. W. J. Wisecarver returns trom
dental school in Chicago.
Chartering of the Yamhill Coal &. Oil
Co., with capitalization of $50,000.
Dr. W. L. Adams of Hood River, a
worthy pioneer, visits McMinnville atter
an absence of 30 years
20th, D. M . Nayberger closes store at
Tillamook, and returns to this city.
Cold storage room constructed for
Willard and Ehrman in basement of
23d, unknown man found dead by
John Lynch in his field. V erdict ot sui-
One Dollar if paid in advance. Single numbers five cents.
sufficient to give you most
delicious tea biscuit using
1 Baking Powder as di
pure, true leavener
The laic Teacher
tide by jury.
25th, disappearance of Canby Heston
from his home near Newberg.
wards found drowned in \\ lllamette
Jacob Wortman threshes 107 bushels
of oats to the acre.
26th, destruction by fire of Willamina
flouring mills. Supposed cause, ligbt-
26th, arrival of Rev. A. L. Platt and
family from Indiana.
28th, death of Rev. O. Okerson.
Elder A. Lindsey left for Missouri to
29th, loss by fire of residence of Mrs.
15th, marriage of Clarence Hcnder- Sam Haight, Bessie Major, Lena Smi
and r red Mexwell.
shott and Miss Pearl Harns.
I wish all services for me to ba
17th, operation on W. E. Haight for
ist, death of Hon. John R. Sanders of
pie. I would have no display.
there be an address I would prefer t
Death of James O. Guild.
Divni or w. i n ik . ii r.
it be spiritualistic in character. I won
5th, marriage of H . B. Blood and Miss
like to hav j the poem, Call Me N
Will E. Haight was born at Rock- Dead,'’ wiich is pasted in the
4th, marriage at Lafayette of Prof. ford, III., Oct. 29, 1861, son of Elias and
Rending the Vail," read as a gene
Bittner and Miss Cecile Olds and Rev. Susie Hough Haight.
He came to expression of my ideas. I favor ere
A. A. Winter and Miss Nellie Henry.
Portland in 1885, where he was engaged tion, and as I do not wish to be rem
6th, President McKinlev fatally shot In the manufacture of ìnachinejy unti
bered, only by those who care to re
the fall of 1891, when he, with a party ber me, or those who must remember
10th, death of Wm. R Johnson near of thirty, went to Mexico to join a <•<>-
for some little good that I may has
operative colony. He remained there done, I would as soon that my duet a
18th, opening of college.
two years and then went to Chicago, once mix with common earth, or be
nth, family of A. V R. Snyder left and from thence to a school at Scran-
lowed to nourish some roee, that bei
ton, Pa.where he took a course in arch- my favorite flower.
14th. death of President McKinley, Iteetnral drawing to perfect, some in-
To one and all my friends I say, do
and taking of oath by President Roose- veritions which he had on hand.
mourn me ; be as bright and cheerful fl
returned to Oregon in the fall of 1896. you can ; tnere is enough of sadness
19th, memorial services held in honor March 28, 1897, he was united in mar-
life at best. To her who stands first
of the martyred president.
riage to Nettie A. Olds, of McMinn- my affections I would say, forget y
23d, opening of public schools.
ville. He has since been engaged in sorrow for me by trying to make
30th, loss by fire of farm residence
farming and mechanical inventions, one else happy.
several of which he bad designed to
I realize that my mistakes have
have patented. Aside from this he was many. I regret that 1 have not don
quite an artist in crayon work, in more to make the world better for
2d, resignation of O. O. Rhude
which he took much delight during having lived. But for the change call
his enure hours.
death, I have no fear, no dread. I
3-5, street fair and carnival in Mc-
His health began to fail about a year not flatter myself that I am better tb
ago but the cause was not known un most of my fellow men. I expect t
9th, marriage of Harry Edmiston and
til a few weeks ago, when it was dls- sutler for the wrong I have done
Miss Jennie Draper.
covered to tie cancer ot the bowel*. He would rather do so than to b
Geo. W. Bibee named as receiver of
submitted to a surgical operation at St. anyone an injury and tbpu go
Oregon City land office.
Vincent's hospital, Tuesday, Dec. 17. free." Beyond the g/ /• I hope for lif
Appointment ot H
and died Saturday. Dec. 21, at 7:30 p. jrnice and progress which will, n
The remains were brought to Me-
To all m
21st, E. J. Wood and family depart Minnville on Sunday morning, and the saniy, bn’ug happiness.
friends and loved ones, I bid a tern
for Aberdeen, Wash.
funeral services were held at the Imine
16th, loss bv fire of barn of G. \\ . at 2:30 p. m., services conducted by C. ry farewell.
will E. H aight .
(triasen. Mt*. Ivan Daniel, a personal
i8tb, suicide of E. F. Sutherland
Matice Ta Delinquents.
read a short paper, which the deceased
Scholl s Ferry.
Notice is hereby given that the dock
himself had written for the occasion.
26th, death of Mrs. Nancy Dawson.
The remains were taken to Portland of city liens has been returned to the
E. Wright sold his harness »hop
on Thursday morning, where, in ac corder of the city of McMinnville by
J A. \ oung.
cordance witli the deceased's expressed treasurer of said city, and that all
25th, death of John Crawford near desire, they will be cremated.
menta made and levied under ordin
Mr. Haight was a gentleman of quiet No. 226 of said city, for sewer pur
and studious disposition; gentle, kind which have not been paid, are m
13th, celebration of golden wedding am) affectionate in his nature, endear delinquent, and all persons owing
anniversary of Mr and Mrs. Joseph ing himself to and winning the respect mente under said ordinance may pay
of all with whom he came in contact. same to the recorder of the city of
Meeting of teachers’ countv institute, He was a niAti of sterling temperance, Minnville, on or before the 4tk day
integrity and honesty. His religion was January, A. D. 1902, after which ti
with over 100 teachers present.
the religion of doing grsid to human the collection of said assessment« will
loth, death of Wm. D,* Wright.
ity, and his firm faith and belief in a enforced by the marshal of said city a
nth, death of Mrs. Ann Hussey
life made him unafraid of death costs added thereto.
Given by order of the council of
Such lives have not been lived in
15th, death of Mrs. Elizabeth Bond
of McMinnville, made December
A. D. 1901.
shall surely live after them.
T ho 6. H. Rouans.
Recorder of the City of McMinnville.
Mr. ilaigbt left the following letter to
ist, death 01 Dr. H. V. V. Johnson.
tie read, anticipating that he might not
W. B. Smith opened a meat market.
Tiiomas A. Edison is said to b*
2d, death of J. J. Martin.
breaking down from overwork.
McMinnville, Ore., Dec. 14, 1901.
Final completion of Yamhill locks.
some time he has been burning
To My Beloved Ones: In view of the
loth annual roll-call of Baptist church.
at both ends.
am about to undergo an op
18th, marriage oí O. V. Allen and fact that
eration more or less dangerous, and as
Mrs. Ambia Wright.
There are various and sundry
Marriage of Alexander Boyd and Min there is a possibility that it mtv not be
dications here and there that win
sncfWAsfal, it is perhaps well 1 express
and the calendar are going to d
13th, completion of The Reporter’s my wishes in certain matter*
some very harmonious team work.
I All that I posse*« I wish my dear rom-
Corvallis on 8th won by Elwood Miu-
O. O. Hodson announces bis inten-
chin, Newberg; second place by J. Sher- tion to build a- business block.
man wallace. McMinnville.
S. A. Manning located in East Port-
D. C. Derby suffered a third stroke of Ian I.
12th, Semi-cententnial celebration of
C T. Smith, osteopath, estab- the organisation of the C. P. church iq
lishes an office in this city.
4th, accident on North
am hül stage
Death of Marv A. Kauffman.
Marriage of Thos. H. Rogers and line, resulting in tbe <|eath ,of one man
and injury of another.
Miss Lenore Kirkwood.
Crfamery meeting held in Carlton,
Celebrations at Sheridan an< 1 Dayton.
which resulted in establishing a plant.
6th, marriage of Harvey FTeishaqer
Hendrick & Breid we 11 purchase fur ^nd M im Daisy Herbert.
niture store of E. Este«.
Death of Dr. J. W. W
at LMay etfie.
8th, contract for new sewer let\ tb
O. O. Hodson attended funeral of ex
president Harrison in Indiana.
rraiuev & Keating of Portland
McMinnville public schools reach en- pan ion, my wife Nettie, to have, except
Death of Stephen D. York on 30th.
roilwtent of 442, the largest yet attained. 1 a few mementoes which I wish some of
Twentieth annual county S S. COD-
Dundee fruit dryer »hipped over 70 I my dear friends to have, among shorn I Bears Us
18th, successful operation for
I would nani« my brother Iz>uie, Uncle I
vention met in Shen dan.
Citi« upon Supt. E. V. Littlefield
carloads of prunes during season.