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F>e was tickled
We are still waiting to hear from per.
G. S. Wright, dentist.
because lie had his tooth extracted
sons to whom bills for subscription have
without sufleriug any pain, although
New fancy silks at Apperson’s.
been sent. Again we say, if there is any
he bad entered my office expecting
Jones Howell was up from Portland on reason why you should not or cannot pay I
to endure the untold agonies usually
at present, kindly call at the otlice or
incident to the dental chair We
See Dr. Nelson about seamless gold write us in regard to the matter.
can do the same for you. All opera
crowns and plate work
tions are carefully, gently and thor
G. S. Wright, dentist.
Walter Macy of Newberg visited bis
oughly done. Artificial teeth should
Typewriter supplies at C. Griesen’s.
brother W' T. a few days this week.
be so perfectly adapted to the mouth
Cheat seed for sale by C. A. Wallace.
Bettman A Warren receive fresh cheese
aud so perfect in fit and appearance
Eastern oysters in any style kept daily
that the wearer herself might lie able
to forget them. I guarantee my
Big cut in woolen underwear at the at White’s restaurant.
You can get perfect satisfaction in pho
plates to be as nearly perfect as the
best material, educated skill and the
The whistle of the new down train will tos at the Excelsior Studio.
peculiarities of each case will per
More Christmas goods than ever at the
be a good alarm for people to get up by.
mit. Skillful operations, minimum
The evening Tribune of Portland will
pain and reasonable charges are the
The best 25-cent meal in the city is ot-
become a morning paper next Monday.
basic elements of my practice.
ainable at T. A. White’s restaurant-
Cleanliness and asepsis rigidly
Big cut in prices at R. Jacobson A
Forest Grove from Saturday till Monday.
practiced. I invite you to call for
’son account of preparation for re
J. P. Irvine A Son will sell you sugar
examination of your teeth. I am
moval into new building.
always pleased to talk about dentis
Rev. Joseph Hoberg and wife celebrat
their forty-seventh marriage anniver
Robert Merchant, a nephew of D. M.
LEROY LEWIS, D. D. S.
sary last Friday.
Caldwell, has been visiting him from Se
The new display window at the Excel
attle the past week.
sior Photo Studio ie the finest the city
Leave your order at the Racket store
has ever seen. It is certainly up to date.
for a suit of tailor-made clothes. They
The Corvallis ladies play billiards and
guarantee a fit and satisfaction or uo sale.
£ALBREATH A GOUCHER,
ten-pins, and the young men go about
Miss Helen Calbreath visited in For
singing, “Where iB my wandering ma to
est Grove the past week, the guest of Mrs.
and Surgeons. R. Large.
Attorney Irvine, of McCain, Irvine A
For Sale—A good horse, phaeton and Vinton, is in Salem thiB week arguing
(Office over Braly's Bank.)
harness, cheap. Inquire at this office.
M c M innvills
O regon . Will take good milch cow in exchange. a couple of eases before the supreme
Come early and get the first choice,
Jo. Prentis has secured a place with
as goods are moving very fast.
E. C. Walker and E. C. Apperson aie
J H. COOK, n. D.
Mr. Matthias in the meat-market and is summoned to Portland next week, the
learning to be a caterer. He is in first- former as a grand juror and the latter as
a trial juror in the United States court.
and Surgeon. Sauer kiout.
Prof. Lafollette of Lafayette has leased
Sauced pig’s feet.
Rooms 9 and 10, Union Block,
rooms in the St. Nicholas building and
O regon .
McMinnville, Oct. 22, 1897.
is preparing to open a commercial schoo',
M c M innville ,
B ettman & W arren .
about the first of the month, we under
Miss Ina Cooper goes to Independence stand.
this week for a brief visit, and will after A dispatch sent out from Dayton Bays
wards go to The Dalles to remain with says there are several cases of scarlet
j^ATTHIES & BOOTH,
her aunt for an indefinite jieriod.
OHF.GON COAI. FIFED*.
every resident of the Willamette valley,
fever in the country south of that place.
Successors to Harding & West,
and all will watch eagerly for the re
stock of groceries ever carried in the spread of the disease.
1 The Find At Scott’s mil» la Im. > sults of the continued prospecting by
I company having the work in hand.—
county, and now is the time to lay in
The Vesperian Dramatic club open the
your winter supply at bed rock prices.
season on the 19th inst. with “The Man
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
Ed Baker left Wednesday for San from Maine.” Admission 25 cents, chil ported the find of coal at Scott’s Mills,
South side Third St. between B and C.
Francisco, to accept a position with the dren under 12 years 15 cents. Reserved where a company composed of local busi
ness men was prospecting for the riches ' tinual irritation to his dyspeptic friend.
American Tobacco Co. It is understood seats on sale at Rogers Bros.
to be contained in the bowels ' Constipation is the root of nine-tentbe
The Reporter job office is the best
of the sickness of men, and of a large
equipped with fast presses and up-to-date of the earth underlying the town. Yes- ' proportion of the sickness of women. It
yy H. LOGAN,
You can get SHIRT WAISTS at Eva type in the Willamette valley. It has
can lie cured easily, naturally and quick
Martin’s cheaper than you can buy the always led in artistic workmanship, and made the find, G. A. Bennett, was a ' ly. Nature is continually working as
goods and make them. They give good carries the finest line of stationery in the visitor in Salem and confirmed the re hard as she can to throw off impurities,
ports previously sent o.ut, that a big and to force out. poisonous refuse matter. THE CROWNING GLORY
I am located opposite Burns «fc Daniels ami aim
vein of coal was found, and that the 1
to give all customers good treatment for little
That display of fancy dress goods in
When there is an impediment, Dr.
The steamer Grey Eagle accomplished
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat
of a woman’s head should not be
Apperson’s window this week is one of her first trip of the season to this port coal was of a quality that would be a Pierce’s Pleasant Pellets set the wheels
allowed to lessen through lack of
the best ever seen in town, Any person Monday morning, the 15th. She brought
working again without any trouble. They
attentiouor lack of proper means
assist nature in a gentle, healthful, effi J
up and took away very little freight.
for preserving and beautifying it.
cient way. There is nothing violent
Free lecture at college chapel Friday This was probably owing to their being
night, Nov. 19, at 7:30 p, in. by A. L. no definite announcement in advance of deepest two-inch hole in the ground about their action, and yet it is just as Our Quinine Hair Tonic
that was ever made in Oregon—370 feet certain as if it were twice as violent. ‘
Black. Subject, “The Liar; Who He is, her coming.
Manufactures ana Deals in
being the total depth attained by him
supplies the means. It is the
and What will Become of Him.” Laugh
Teachers credentials have been issued in his prospecting at Scott’s Mills. When “You do not become a slave to their
best preparation we ever knew
able and instructive.
by School Superintendent Prentiss, as he had sunk the drill 160 feet this pros use.” They are different and better than
for giving health to the hair.
Grand Thanksgiving dance at Camp the result of the examination held last pector struck a splendid quality of iron
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
Healthy hair means freedom from
bell's hall Nov. 25th. There will be a week: State diploma, Chas, Deach; ore, being thirty-five feet deep, and tion, headache and kindred derange
a clean scalp, absence-
».ndbrushes, and sells them cheaper than they
ments. Almost all druggists understand
of harshness and brittleness and
cau be bought anywhere else in the Willamette prize of a 15-pound turkey for the best state certificate, Miss Frances Mann; first ninety-one feet below the iron ore, hav
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are waltzer of the old folks, also a prize for grade, Lou D. Merchant, Julia Ottinger;
retention of natural color. Qui
ing gone through a slate formation for
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
nine Hair Tonic gives all these.
second grade, Cora Comer, J. B. Dodson, that distance, he struck a vein of coal you so. The druggist who tries to sell
the youngest. Tickets 75c.
you a substitute is not a safe man from
is the best, not only because
yy J. STRONG,
One of those big suppers for which the
four feet nine inches in thickness and whom to buy medicine. Send 21 cents
we make it and make it well, .
Owing to a break in the main from the of a quality to leave no doubt of the suc
ladies of the Degree of Honor are famous
but because it contains ingredi
in one-cent stamps to World’s Dispen
Healer in and Manufacturer of
was served Friday night, the occasion be waterworks where it crosses Cozine creek cess of the venture. He is still contin
ents which the best physicians
ing the initiation of a candidate. The on a log, the city has been without water uing his work being now 370 feet down,
aud specialists use for the pur
two days, with a prospect of the same and expects to find another vein of coal and receive Dr. Pierce’s 1008 page “Com
membership is growing fast.
pose and recommend.
Frank Weed, who has been employed condition prevailing for sometime if high —in fact, is sure of striking one—about illustrated.
Price SO cents per Bottle.
with a threshing crew in eastern Wash water continues, as the pipe is sub 100 feet further down. Under the vein
Rogers Bros.’ Pharmacy.
found the formation is sand rock and,
ington, returned home Tuesday evening.
Rubber boots and shoes at the Grange
All work guaranteed as represented. Repairing He says after Thanksgiving he will go to
store At low prices.
of all kinds promptly done. First door west ol
At the Dayton city election held last geologists, is not favorable to the find
Oregon City to take the position of night
McMinnville Nutlonal Bunk.
Eresh Tillamook cheese at Bettman A
A GOLD WATCH
Tuesday’ J. T. Watson waselected mayor; ing of coal, Mr. Bennett is satisfied of
engine man at the woolen mills.
W. F. Dielschneider this week added a
Buy your meat barrels at the Grange
handsome new wallcase to the furnish treasurer; A. P. Morse, marshal; 8. R. yond what he has found already.
High grade, full Jeweled
Mr. Bennett stated to a representative store.
ing of his jewelry store, for the display of [ Baxter, I. Nichols and Tl’°U'as Hall,
Boss, ll-karat gold filled
Why go to Klondike to make money
silverware, etc. His establishment is , j counci|inen. No licence to liquor saloons of the Statesman last night that J. B. T.
Equal iu appearance t«s>
Third St . between E and F.
quite up tq date and lie is progressive
and bound to keep up.
to wear for 2tL
Wilson & Henderson, Props.
would make first-class coke.
Mrs. M. E. K. Edwards will fill the
Messrs, Taylor A Heath of the Me
The choral union held its first rehearsaj
‘■We have found a first-class bitumin pulpit in the C. P. church Sunday morn about
Minnville tile factory report a good sea
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by
Wednesday evening under the direction ous coal,” said Mr. Bennett last night,
day, week or month. Commercial travelers son’s business. Mr. Heath who is a pot
of Mr. Lownsdale of Lafayette, who faced “though it is contrary to geologists. We ing. The Christian Endeavor will ren-
conveyed to all }H»intsat most reasonable rates.
ter by trade, is at present working on a
New York and Chicago
Give us a call.
the driving storm and faithfully kept hie will develop the strike and do tjjo^ det a good program in the evening.
line of flowerpots and vases, which will
II. W. Sitton, formerly of this city, and
promise to be present. Twenty-four prospecting. I think t,^ formation
be a new output from the factory.
Kate D. Dempsey, formerly of Port
members were in attendance, and some found is of tbq carboniferous age. It is
J. T. Cooper, formerly of Wheatland, pretty choruses from Buck’s “Don Ma
OU can no more buy a watch
land, were married at the home of the
such as described for $9.82
is running a racket store in Philomath nio” were rehearsed. Mr. Lownsdale is a a peculiar formation. Back of Scott’s groom on Butter creek, 20 miles from
g E. COULTER.
than you can a gold dollar for
and doing well. In writing to renew his thorough and painstaking instructor, Mills, in the mountains, coal is found, Pendleton, on the 11th inst.
seventy cents. The advertise
subscription, like all the others who «nd will prepare the union for a concert having been thrown up by volcanic ao-
The danger of a drought during No.
tion, while a couple of mile# below the
ments are misleading and the
wander away, he cannot refrain from early in 1898 that will be a credit to the
vember is doubtless past, still the rainfall
Truck and Dray Co. saving
advertisers are schemers. They
a good word of old Yamhill.
participants and a treat for the public.
try to make you lielieve that
go down 2,000 feet to strike the same is a good deal below the November of I
Goods of all descriptions moved, •"^careftil
D. A. Smith and Lee Wright returned
last year. That was a record breaker,
they will give you better value
Lihdlitig guaranteed. Collections will be made
Monthly* Hauling of allkinds done cheap.
fcr your money than your home
Monday from their hunt in the Calapooia Association has samples of Oregon grown
“We will go on with the work and de
jewelers will, but in reality
mountains with Newt. Rowlaud, They flax fiber, that were sent him by Mrs. velop the find as fast as possible, and ches. Four inches of snow fell, two in
they give you less. Your get
succeeded in bringing down a coqple of Governor Lord. They were grown in the rains will not stop us. We have the ches on each the 17th and 20th, and the
ting something for nothing can
deer but found the season too late and the vicinity of Salem, where quite ex best show in the world for an iron plant cold snap that bnrsted the water pipe» all
be measured by the likelihood
rainy for the most effective work with a tensive experiments have been made at that point—plenty of lime rock for about town extended from th» 26th to
of vour giving it. REMEM
this season under encouragement of the fluxing in the vicinity of Scott’s Mills 29th inclusive, the rea/laig of the ther
BER THIS WHEN YOU
WOOD WORKER gun.
Figuring on the vote polled in Yamhill woman’s association of which Mrs. Lord a big bed of iron ore, the richest in Ore mometer on t’je respective days being
READ OFFERS TO SELL
Will repair your Buggies and Wagons, manufac county last November, and counting is the head. The results are very satis gon, coke and coal, all that is necessary 18,16, ’,4 and 14 above.
WATCHESCHEAP, made by
ture Office Furniture. Book cases, Wardrobes,
people aa a distance.
Brackets. Whatnots and all kinds of woodwork. population at 4‘2 persons to the voter, factory, several tons of the fiber having for pig iron.
The three-year-ol<l boy of.I. A. John I will sell you a good watch as
“The most peculiar part of the find
Two Doors East of City Stables.
cheap as anybody who intends
Figuring on the vote of the previous who have inspected samples of the pro is that we have sunk our prospect hole son, of Lynn Center, III., is subject to
to stay by their guarantee.
June in the same way, and a gain is duct pronounce it equal to the best Irish within twenty feet of a live mountain attacks of croup. Mr. Johnson save he
shown from June to November of 1,179. grown flax, which Is considered the 'best stream and have gone down nearly 400
W m . F. D ielschneider ,
berlain’s Congh Remedy, during a
feet and we have not found a drop of
Do you know, that Eleia Wright carries in the world.
severe attack, saved his little boy’s life.
Jeweler and. Optician.
a full line of lubricating oils for machin
Contractor A. D. Simpson, the first of water thus far, and have been com He is in the drug business, a member
ery? Owners of valuable harvesting and the present week, turner! over to the pelled to pour water all the time, to be of the firin of Johnson Bros, of that, place;
Two doors below P. O.
other machinery cannot afford to exper building committee of the M. E. church enabled to sink the drill,”
and they handle a great many patent
Mr. Bennett is satisfied that fortunes
iment with poor oils. He carries the best the handsome edifice for public worship
medicines for throat and lung diseases.
on the market and they are warranted he had bound himself to construct, and will lie made by the company he repre He ha<l all these to, choose from, and
«'all nn<l Hettle.
not to gnm.
i it is now in the hands of the painters. sents, and that it is only a question of ” skilled physicana ready to respond to liis
our Block of groceries to
McMinnville camp, No. 28, Woodmen The building ought to be a source of
«til, but selected this remedy for use in Messrs. Dreeser A Hendrick and retired
Paid up Capital, $»10,000
of the World, elected officers for the en
bis own family at a time when Lis child's
suing year on Monday evening, as fol as it surely is to the public, whether be materials to be had at a minimum cost. life was in danger, because be knew it to from the bneiness, it becomes necessary-
to make prompt settlement with our for
D. I. Cook, of the Oregon Land Co.,
Transacts a General Banking Buxinen.
lows: W. T. Macy, consul commander; made any money out of it or not. He
be superior to any other, and famous the
was one of the few persons with whom of this city, who is interested in the com country over for its cure ol croup. Mr. mer customers. The books and account»
Office Honrs 9 a. m to 4 p. m.
will remain for the present at the grocery
A. Todd, banker; E. W. Wallace, clerk ; a return of better times seemed to work’ pany represented by Mr Bennett, jq Johnson says that it ia the beat selling
where all fiersons indebted are re
cough medicine they handle, and that it
W. J. Wisecarver, escort, T. M. Lynch,
Lfct LAUÜHUN, President.
to call and make prompt settle
gives splendid satisfaction in all cases.
' J. L. ROOERS, t ice-President.
watchman ; R. A. Harris, sentry; 8. Sim advance in wages to workmen not figured
M illsap A Son.
E. C. APPËRSON, Cashier.
mons, member of board of managers.
; . .- •
W. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier.
Grand Removal Sale!
Big Cut in prices'
Consisting of Dry Goo<is9 Clothing,
Shoes, Hats and Caps, Furnishing
Goods, Ladies’ & Children’s «Jack
ets and Capes, Millinery, etc.,
Must be disposed of within 60 Days.
R. Jacobson & Go.