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G. S. Wright, dentist.
A GOLD WATCH
New fancy silks at Apperson's.
For $9. 8a
See Dr. Nelson about seamless gold
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
because hi1 had his tooth extracted
High gratia, full jewlwl
crowns and plate work
without suffering any pain, although
Typewriter supplies at C. Griesen’s.
B ohm , ll-karat gold tilled
he had entered my office expecting
Cheat seed for sale by C. A. Wallace. Racket store.
Equal in appearance to
to endure the untold agonies usually
Eastern oysters in any style kept daily
• incident to the dental chair We
Warranted to wear tor 20
at White’s restaurant.
from Tillamook every few days.
.can do the same for you. All opera
tions are carefully, gently amf'thor-
J. P. Irvine A Son will sell you sugar
in town on business the past day or two. ■ by the sack at Portland prices with
onghly done. Artificial teeth should
You can get perfect satisfaction in pho-1 freight added.
W liolcsale JewelerH.
< be so perfectly adapted to the mouth
New York and rhlr«(u
| toe at the Excelsior Studio.
an<l so perfect in tit and appearance
Are you going to paint your house?
that the wearer herself might be able
The children of the public school have I Consult Elsia Wright about paints and
to forget them. I guarantee my
! a vacation until Monday next to lie. oils. He will give you the best material
OU can no more buy a watch
I thankful for.
plates to be as nearly perfect as the
at least cost.
than you can a gold dollar for
best material, educated skill and the
More Christmas goods than ever at the
John R. Redmond was up from Port
seventy cents. The advertise
peculiarities of each case will per
land to spend Thanksgiving, lie has
ments are misleading and the
mit. Skillful operations, minimum
ltev. E. E. Thompson returned from been employed in stemnboating on the
are schemers. They
pain and reasonable charges are the
Seattle Wednesday, where he had been river.
try to make you believe that
basic elements of my practice.
assisting in special meetings.
they will give you better value
Clyde Nash, who was thrown from a
Cleanliness and asepsis rigidly
for your money than your home
horse several years ago and paralyzed,
practiced. 1 invite you to call for
jewelers will, but in reality
was in town Wednesday for the first
examination of your teeth. I am
they give you less. Your get- ’
A new roof is being put on Dr. Gouc) -. time since the event. He is able to walk
always pleased to talk about dentis
ting something fur nothing can
er’s tenement house, which will greatly with the aid of a cane.
be measured by the likelihood
W. D. Weed’s two sons from Nebraska
of vour giving it. REMEM
improve its appearance and worth.
LEROY LEWIS, D. D. S.
BER THIS WHEN YOU
Big cut in prices at K. Jacobson A arrived last week, and with theexception
OFFERS TO SELL
Co.'son account of preparation for re-j
WATCHESCHEAP, made by
moval into new building.
people aa a distance.
Thanksgiving dinner table.
NEW CUMBERLAND PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH.
I will sell you a good watch as
Santa Claus has lieen to town and left
E lmer E. T hompson , Pastor.
N. E. Kegg offers his residence prop
cheap as anybody who intends
stacks and stacks of toys atTlva Martin’s.
£ALBREATH A GOUCHER,
Dedicated Oct. 24th, 1897. Cost of building, $1,800; furnishings, $050; total,
erty in this city for sale. One of the best
to stay by their guarantee.
Grand holiday opening next Saturday.
locations; propertv will pay 10 per cent,
The new display window at the Excel in rentals. See him for price.
W m . F. D ielschneidhr ,
Photo Studio is the finest the city
and Surgeons. sior
N. E. K euii .
Jeweler and Optician.
has ever seen. It is certainly up to date.
l.icenae« in Vlarry.
Do you know, that Elsia Wright carries
(Office over Braly's Bank.)
A gentleman by name of Oliver, from a full line of lubricating oils for machin
In southern California, 27 miles from Two doors below P. O.
Nov. 18th—David P. Wacheno, 22 of
M c M issvii .1.«
OmtaoN. Dayton, has bought the city bakery. We
ery? Owners of valuable harvesting and Polk county, and Grace Wheeler, 20, of Los Angeles, adjoining the Los Alamitos
understand Mr. Oliver is an experienced other machinery cannot afford to exper Grand Ronde.
sugar factory. Market and price guaran
J H. COOK, n. D.
Nov. 20th—Allen D. Simmons, 20, and teed when crop is planted. Results ob
iment with poor oils. lie carries the best
tained in 5 months. Most protitsblecrop
J. P. Irvine A Son have the largest on the market and they are warranted Alice McCall, 34, of McMinnville.
stock of groceries ever carried in the not to gum.
Nov. 23—J. M. Dickey, 38, of Polk in America. 1000 acres for sale in 20 to
and Surgeon. county, and now is the time to lay in Misses Blanche Sornson anti Fannie county, and 11. E. Townsend, 30, of Yam 100 aero tracts; $35 to $100 per acre.
Easy terms. Write
your winter supply at l>ed rock prices.
Durgan were guests of Miss Bergita Nel bill. '
Rooms 9 and 10, Union Block,
F arnsworth , V ail A C alkins ,
Nov. 23—F. M. Glover, 57, and Jennie
The November rainfall up to Tuesday son over Sunday. Miss Sornson is a
M c M innville ,
O regon .
49-1 Wilcox Blk., Los Angeles, Cal.
evening amounted to 1344 inches. That daughter of the editor of the evening N. Mills, 17, of Amity.
Nov. 23—P. P. Olds, 26, and Etta May
is a good big record. We never half do Telegram, and city instructor in music
Healthy, happy children make hotter
things in Oregon.
in the public schools of Portland. Mies Clark, 24, of Lafayette.
and women of us all, A little care
Durgan leaves next week to spend the
anti a little planning before birth ¡soften
MATTHIES & BOOTH,
Sauced pig’s feet.
Nov. 24—Leroy T. Edwards, 22, and more important than anything that can
According to the Plaindealer, a Rose Mary J. Ilelyer, 23, of North Yamhill.
be done after. On the mother's health
B ettman A W aeukn .
and strength depend the life and the THE CROWNING GLORY
Harry Ballinger is the republican land in order to capture the Portland tie Kosack, 18, of Sheridan.
future of the children. A weak ami sick
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds nominee for city recorder of Indepen trade. Guess it is the same everywhere.
of a woman's head should not be
ly woman cannot bear strong and healthy
dence. The election occurs December People like to send to the city for things,
allowed to lessen through lack of
South side Third St. la-tween U and C.
children. Most, of the weaknessof women
How to Cure Killona Colic.
attention or lack of proper means
even though they cost a little more, and
I suffered for weeks with colic anti
— ï -
for preserving and beautifying it.
Justice S.R. Baxter of Dayton was do are more than willing to be deluded with
pains in my stomach caused by bilious proper medicine will cure almost any dis
ing business at the winter head of navi by the special baits held out to them on
ness and bad to take medicine all the
Our Quinine Hair Tonic
gation, the other day, and favored us a few articles while they are being
Pierce’s Favorite Prescription has lieen
caught and skinned alive on the hulk of
with a pleasant call.
supplies the means. It is the
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which tested in thirty years of practice, It in
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Crewse received a things they buy in the city.
best preparation we ever knew
cured me. I have since recommended it healing, soothing, strengthening, It is
box of tine California raisins as a Thanks T. D. Henderson came to town with to a great many people. M rs . F. B utler , perfectly natural in its operation an<l
forgiving health to the hair.
I am located opposite Burns & Daniels and aim giving present from Edgar Wells, who is his head in a sling Wednesday morning
effect. By its use, thonsamls of weak
Healthy hair means freedom from
Fairhaven, Conn. Persons who are sub
to give all customers good treatment for little
dandruff, a clean scalp, absence
money. Huth rooms in connection
Your pat at Fresno.
having just emerged from the house ject to bilious colic can ward off the at women have been made strong and
of harshness and brittleness and
Dr. Nelson will move his dental office after an attack of lagrippe. He was tack by taking this remedy’ as soon as healthy—have lieen made the mothers
retention of natural color. Qui
Dee. 1st in Union block, in room lately superintending the marketing of some the first symptoms appear. Sold by H. of strong and healthy children. Taken
nine Hair Tonic gives all these.
vacated by W, L. Warren as real estate
Howorth A Co.
It is the best, not only because
and almost painless and insures the well
his McKinley pigs, because he says
make it and make it well,
gl.SIA W RIGH T,
being of both mother and child. Semi
but because it contains ingredi
C. E. Branson is making an elaborate they pay big returns for the protection
21 cents in one-cent stumps to World’s
Manufactures and Deals iu
ents which the best physicians
map of the county, showing donation and food they receive and always create
Estate of John Aebi. First semi-annual Dispensary Medical Association, Buffalo,
and specialists use for the pur
land claims, county roads, etc. It will
N. Y., and receive Dr. Price’s 1008 page
pose and recommend.
be a thing of value.
Estate of A. K. Wright. Petition to “Common Sense Medical Adviser,” pro
saddles , bridles , spurs ,
Price BO cents per Bottle.
Just arrived from the north via Klon It was hardly necessary for the citj’ to sell real property filed and Tuesday, Jan. fusely illustrated.
Rogers Bros.’ Pharmacy,
•.lidbrnsbea, and sells them cheaper than they dike and now established for the season do without water supply for a whole 4th, at 10 a. m,, set to hear the same.
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are
A little son of S. E. Goodrich had his
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them. Come and see me.
a single individual, or a corporation of
Guardianship heirs of Eliza Findley. arm broken just above the wrist last
S anta C lads .
individual owners, on whom the I ors in Final report of guardianship filed, ami Thursday. A pony he was riding ran
J. I.. Beltz, formerly of Willamina,
yy J. STRONG,
Call anil Settle.
cident to non-operation or responsibility disembarge to be allowed when receipts away with him and threw him to the
now of Equality, Illinois, writes: “I see
for possible damage would fall, there are filed.
our stock of groceries to
by the paper that times are on the mend
Dealer in and Manufacturerot
would have been nojreBt nor sleep until
Messrs. Dresser A Hendrick and retired
in Oregon. I am glad to hear it. Times
the break in the main had been repaired. Walker. Final account of guardian filed,
from the business, it becomes necessary
are improving here also.”
Private interest, the hope of private gain and Grace Walker having become of age
to make prompt settlement with our for
Sandusky Wilson had the misfortune and the danger of private loss, are and settled with guardian, ordered that
mer customers. The liooks and accounts
Cor. Third and B Sts.
to slip and break his collar bone, on wonderful stimulants to enterprise. We guardian be discharged and bondsmen
will remain for the present at the grocery
Old St. Charles Building.
Thursday of last week. The^ccident oc do not wish to argue in favor of private exonerated.
store, where all persons indebted are re
All work guaranteed as represented. Repairing curred in front of the hotel Yambill. Ha ownership of the water and light plant,
Practical Penmanship, Spelling, etc. For par quested to call and make prompt settle
Estate of John Hutchcroft. Inventory ticulars
of all kinds promptly done. First door west oi is recovering from the injury rapidly.
call on or address
for there are serious objections to that, filed and approved.
M illsap A S on .
McMinnville National Bank.
JOS. L a FOLLETTE, Prin.
Treasurer Caldwell has a few more but we do think it would be preferable
boils than he has any wish for. His to the system of management that now
opinion of the man in the Book who en prevails. The situation was aptly stated
dured like affliction without resort to by a member of the city council, quoted
strong language is of the most respectful on a former occasion, who said there were
Third St., between F. and F.
doubtless several gentlemen in the coun
The Portland Tribune appeared as a cil who would be capable of handling the
Wilson & Henderson, Props. morning paper the first of this week. business successfully, but it was too much
We believe in the doctrine that competi of a job for six of them. It is the opinion
Everything flrst-elass. Horses boarded by
is the life of trade, and shall rejoice of people of fairly good judgment, that if
day, week or month. Commercial travelers
conveyed to all |>ointsat most reasonable rates. in the success of the new paper. It will one man had felt the weight of responsi
Give a« a call.
bility resting on his shoulders when the
succeed if it proves worthy of success.
broke last week, that it could and
Gilt in District No. 8, last Saturday
would have been repaired in less than
evening, the Christian Endeavor society
and the W. C. T. U. joined in a basket twenty-four hours.
g E. COULTER.
social. They had a good program and a
The Vesperian dramatic company
good attendance, considering the weath- made its first api>earance this season last
The prize for the prettiest basket Friday evening, in “The Man from
Truck and Dray Co. er.
Maine.” A good house greeted them,
was awarded to Miss Flossie Wheeler.
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful
the gross receipts amounting to $46.10.
handling guaranteed. Collections will lie made
monthly. Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
their market window animated by the The play smacked somewhat of the Imw-
presence of a real live pig, a handsome erv, and for this reason no member of
pig as pigs go. The next morning the the company bad any great admiration
same pig appeared as a real dead pig in for it from the start. It was for the most
undress uniform, decorated with flowers, part well handled, however. Mr. Eveq-
roses blossoming out of his ears and a den did splendidly as VanCruger, and
WOOD WORKER red apple in his mouth. In both capaci Will Holman as the cjown-easter himself
i was the right man for the part. Of the
will repair vour Buggies and Wagons, manufac ties he appeared very comfortable and
tlire Office Furniture. Book rase*. Wardrobes, happy ami attracted a great deal of atten ! ladies, Mrs. Hobbs had the heavy role
Brackets. Whatnots and all kinds of Wood work.
| this time, and never played better. Her
tion from people passing.
• interpretation was very true to life Sam
Two Doors East of City Stables.
Indications are that the holiday season
. Gaunt and Arthur McPhillipa formed a
in McMinnville will he of the grand and '
superb up-to-date pair of dqdes. Geo.
glorious order this year, beginning with
Snyder and E. R. Henderson were “the
Thanksgiving and lasting until Washing
onlys” on their parts. C. H. McKinney
ton’s birthday. The shop windows are made a great “Jasper” when blacked up,
already filled with enticing Christmas
and was always on hand at the proper
goods. The stocks will be larger and
moment. Robt. Henderson is a pretty
the quality of the goods of a higher or
good looker in everyday life, but more so
der than in recent years preceding, but
when rigged up as a lady’s man with a
Come early and get the first choice,
, there promises to lie such lively competi
bloomin' mustache—provided it Stays on.
tion that buyers will be “in it” as well as
as goods are moving very fast.
Sgrf —McMinnville, Oregon.—
A. B. Apperson as the scheming little
the dealers. To be best advised where
raid up Capital, *50,000 the nice things are to be fouod and who I Philip wasn’t ‘ well
yom eye on the advertising
of i and
a“u Miss Clara
' ‘T Irvine
Tranuct) a General Banking Business.
ably m mode« ~;nng ladiee. A rare I
Office Hour» 9 a. rn. to 4 p. m.
ItlUic*1 program was rendered
McMinnville orchestra, including an
McMinnville, Oct. 22, 1897.
LEE LAVUHL1N, President.
original composition by the leader. Mr,
J L. ROOERS, Vice-President.
Feeley, entitled “McMinnville Bend I*
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
H’. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier.
De was tickled
Grand Removal Sale !
Big Cut in prices I
Consisting of Dry Goods, Clothing,
Shoes, Hats and Caps, Furnishing
Goods, Ladies’ & Children’s .lack-
ets and Capes, Millinery, etc.,
Must be disposed of within 60 Days
R. Jacobson & Co.