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G. 8. Wright, dentist.
All kinds of cough cures at Hill’s phar-,
Invite*» his friends and patients to call on
Mrs. E. S. Warreu returned from San
him in his new’ office rooms in Jacobson’s build
Fancy stationery at Hembree’s.
ing, where all the comforts and necessities of a
modern dental office are being arranged. Prep
Hill's pharmacy for pure drugs.
arations are being made to do every class of
A Warren candle their eggs
operations practised in modern dentistry.
Typewriter supplies at C. Grissen's.
before they leave the store.
Eastern oysters in any style kept daily
Hoe Cake and Golden Star soap at the
at White’s restaurant.
Grange A Farmers’ store.
The Stearns bicycle, '98 model, $50, at
Did you notice the tine assortment of
ÇALBREATH & GOUCHER,
fancy crockery at Bettman A Warren's'.’
Oregon’s present enlisted militia num C. Griesen has just received a large
bers 1421 men.
She cackles. When a man gets in a new stock of goods it is human for
assortment of wall paper of the latest
Take your prescriptions to Hill’s to 1 I designs.
him to crow over it. If he opens up his new styles and blows his trum
have them filled.
pet in the newspaper (the best place to advertise a la Wanamaker and all
(Office over Braly'a Bank.)
A new line of fine shoes at Hilton’s larged aud painted and other improve
good judges) wise people know that he has something on hand worth ad
O k KUON.
new shoe store.
vertising, and will patronize him.
W. E. Martin has gone from Tillamook
The grippe has Wes Wallace in its
H. COOK, n. D.
to Klondike. Mrs. Martin will remain clutches again, but we look for him to be
in McMinnville during his absence.
j himself in a few days.
Hill’s pharmacy guarantee their drugs
T. B. Kay and family returned to
to be pure. Try them next time.
i Salem yesterday, to again make that
Rooms 9 and 10, Union Block,
E. N. Ford has a big lot of A 1 their regular abiding place.
M c M innville ,
O regon . timothy hay for sale at a reasonable
Mrs. Warren will have a bright, new
on the part of the lieu, is a cheerful disposition—a sense of duty per
stock of ladies’ furnishing goods ou dis-
formed. Likewise the merchant. If he can give you a bargain and send
Rev. R. W. King will leave on Monday play at her opening March 26th.
away happy, at a living profit to himself, he feels good, too. It is
morning for Ashland, where he goes to
F. E. Rogers is in Portland to-day as a
to say that every purchaser gets a bargain at
assist Rev. Albert J. Huguelet in a series ! delegate to the meeting of the presbytery
MATTHIES & BOOTH,
of the Cumberland Presbyterian church.
The best 25-cent meal in the city is ob The latest styles in boys’ and youths’
tainable at T. A. White's restaurant. suits up to twenty years old will be at the
Are you going to paint your house? Racket store about March 10th. Be eure
Choice, Fresh Meats, AH Kinds
Consult Elsia Wright about paints and I and see them.
South side Third St. between B and C.
oils. He will give you the beet material
President Boardman will preach in the
at least cost.
C. P. church next Sunday morning and
Geo. II. Handley, son of T. B. Handley evening. His well known ability in the
of Tillamook, and a recent graduate of pulpit should insure large audiences.
yy H. LOGAN,
McMinnville college, was lately married
Married—In this city, March 2d, at
He is here for that purpose. He is not here one day and in some other
to Miss Isabella Williams of that city.
' the residence of Wm. Arthur, by Rev.
town the next, but for twelve years has been cultivating cheerful dispo
A ten and one-half pound son was born Joseph Hoberg, Mr. Jasper Agee and
sitions by dispensing bargains to the people.
I am located opposite Burns & Daniels and aim to the C. H. McKinney household on Miss Mary Heckart, both of this county.
to give all customers good treatment for little
Harry Watkins, a capitalist of Mc
money. Bathrooms in connection. Your pat Thursday night, Feb. 24th. The babe
has been christened Kenneth Gilmore Minnville, was in Corvallis Monday
night and went to Philomath Tuesday to
C. E. Hoskins, formerly of Newberg, visit friends in that locality.—Corvallis I
is writing some interesting letters to the Times.
Rural Northwest from Hawaii, where he
Dr. Goucher had a runaway Tuesday
Manufactures and Deals in
is sojourning for the benefit of his daugh-1 evening while on a professional trip to
Now is the winter of your discontent made glorious if you go to Apper-
Gopher valley. We understand he was
son’s, and anyone of his force will agree to send you away better natured
There are three little things which do dragged some distance, and considerably
for having patronized the old reliable store.
work than any other three little shaken up, but not seriously hurt.
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
things created—they are the ant, the bee
Corner Third and C Streets.
..ndbribhes, and sells them cheaper than they
A sure sign that we are aerowing town
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette and DeWitt’s Little Early Risers,the last
Valley, our all home made sets of harness are being the famous little pills for stomach is the fact that another teacher will be a
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
necessity in the public schools next year.
and liver troubles. Hill’s Pharmacy.
Some of the departments have been
yy J. STRONG,
Remember the free lecture tomorrow crowded the present year. There are
night at the opera house, by D. C. Her three available rooms for new depart
Dealer in and Manufacturer ot
rin, state lecturer for the Workmen. He ments.
is a very logical talker, and will interest
you. There will be music by the orches- [ Bird Handley and Tom Owens, two
COLLARS, tra, and a quartette of singers. Come | young boys living southwest of town,
out and learn the advantages of this ben- j shot a bald eagle last Friday that meas
ured sqven feet'Lcu tip to tip of wings.
eficiary order over all others.
It had been making greater inroads on
Ladies’, Gents’ and Children’s in all sizes, shapes and styles just received.
Quite a large number of the members |
All work guaranteed as represented. Repairing
the lambs in that section than a wolf is
of all kinds promptly done. First door south oi
have just placed in our store the largest stock of Shoes carried for some
of the Baptist church unceremoniously ; capable of.
McMInnA ille National Bank.
years, and will offer them to the public at the very lowest prices.
entered the house of the pastor on Tues
are anxious to do a little ° good in
day evening and for an hour or r iwu
had | We
everything their own way. Of
------- I l“ls wor^ an(* can think of no pleasanter
they and the pastor’s family had a pleas j or better way to do it than by rec
ant time together and it was made all ommending One Minute Cough Cure as a
We have added this line to our stock, and can give the latest styles at the
Third St., between E and F.
the more pleasant for the pastor’s home preventive of pneumonia, consumption
lowest prices. All new goods.
because of the goodly number of articles
Wilson & Henderson, Props.
that were left that will remind us for
Our new dress goods and staple and fancy dry goods are arriving daily.
some time to come that we were visited.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Chrisman and Mrs.
and make a selection while the assortment is complete.
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by We express our heartfelt thanks.
A. H. Gaunt are expected to return from
day, week or month. Commercial travelers
conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates.
M r . and M rs . R. W. K ing .
their winter’s sojourn in California next
M c M innville grange & farmers ’ co ., Cor. b and 3d st.
Give us h call.
In the report of the successful rendi-' Monday. When the mayor comes home
C has . P. N elson , Manager.
tion of “Esther, the Beautiful Queen” ; is another sure sign of spring, the same
last week, the valuable services of Miss
Helen Calbreath as accompanist were sign of summer.
unintentionally overlooked. Miss Cal O. O. Hodson exhibited in his store
breath is a graduate in the teachers’ window a number of interesting Cali Dr. Nelson, dentist, in Union block.
course of music in Willamette university, I fornia trophies secured on his late visit.
Janies Minty has moved with his fam
under Emil Winkler, who ranked the Among them is a photograph of the mon ily to Tacoma.
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful highest at Liepsic in a class numbering ument marking the boundary line be
T. D. Henderson has good fresh milch
A Bad Toothbrush
handling guaranteed. Collectionswill lie made 229. Her studies have been among the tween California and Mexico.
Capt. cows, grade Jersey, for sale.
monthly. Ha uling of all kinds done cheap.
tTnally look« like a good one when
best authors and teachers, and her work Harris of this city assisted in the erection
Cbae. P. Nelson made a business
you buy it. That is a failing in the
in the cantata was indefatigable and of of this monument.
toothbrush business, and Its the rea
to Portland yesterday.
son why so many people pay a good
Wm. and Lloyd Henderson, J. E. Dur Ed. Fuller came up from Portland
price for a poor brush. The real test
comes after you have had one for
The meetings of the populist and dem ham and Wm. Petch hope to get off for spent Sunday with his mother.
some time. Then comes either satis
faction or disappointment—bristles
ocratic primaries last Saturday scarcely the Copper river country some time dur
pull out or break off, and teeth-
E. 8. Warren is moving into the
created a ripple of interest. In many ing the present month. They have their
cleaning becomes an aggravation.
We have some (they cost 26 cents)
instances, we are informed, they had to sleds made, and will take about 600
which will give satisfaction when
the real test comes. They are made
The best thing on wheels is that spring
go out and drum the faithful in, in order pounds of provisions to each person.
for particular, economical people—
to have enough for a business quorum. The cause of their waiting is due to the tooth harrow at Hodson’s. AU siz.es and
those who want a good, lasting arti
They will therefore suit you.
Referring to the apparent lack of interest, fact that no ships are at present sailing prices. Call and see them.
Paid up Capital, $>50,000 a leading populist remarked : "You see into Cook’s Inlet. The boys are walking The man who declared he wouldn’t
our people are a laboring people and they everywhere they go now in order to get take <500 for his poetoffice chances, will
don’t find time to attend to politic».” toughened for future pedestrian feats.
sell a good deal cheaper now.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
The facts are, the laboring people have
M. B. Hendrick has purchased from a
Mrs. Warren returned Monday eve
Office Houts 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
ning from California, where she has been number of farmers 20,000 bushels of
the country, and free silver and Brvan- for the past month, three weeks of that wheat, paying 72 cents per bushel, The
isrn are unadulterated humbugs.
time being spent in San Francisco trim grain is stored in the Wheatland ware-
I.EE LAUGHLIN, President.
A great scarcity of beef cattle is staring ming. Mrs. Warren says San Francisco house.
J L. ROGERS, Vice-President.
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
the country in the face, especially are the
W. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier. butchers worried. One buyer rode forty is the place to go to see style, and by go Nice clean walls of any color are made
ing and selecting her goods she has by with alabastine, cold water and a brush,
miles the other day without finding a far the finest stock of millinery ever or wall paper and Masury’s pure mixed
hoof. Several shippers have been buy brought to McMinnville. The ladies of paint. Hodson sells them.
L. E. WALKER, Proprietor.
ing over the county for some time, which McMinnville and Yamhill county are in-1
The first annual fair ot the woman’s
vited to call and examine this stock Sat- auxiliary of the Secular church will be
the supply. The situation may not be [ urday, March-16th, 1898.
Fresh and Cured Meats.
held Saturday evening, March 12th.
relieved short of two months, and beef is
Garden Seeds in Package and Bulk.
likely to become dearer. Here is one o| I i I A piano recital will be given at the . Free entertainment, art gallery and other
Highest price paid for Poultry and Produce
will repair your Buggies and Wagons, manufac the opportunities to ir.ako money which opera house March 4th next, by Miss P. | things of especial interest.
ture Office Furniture. Book rases Wardrobes,
Smith of Portland, assit-ted by Miss; There will be a mass meeting of the
Hides and Tallow bought.
Brackets, Whatnots and all kinds of wood work. occasionally come to the farmer who is I
Spencer of this city. The proceeds git prohibition party of Yamhill county al
Two Doors East of City Stables.
now who has fat cattle. Butchers at to be given to St. James phtjrch, These | the W. C. T. U. reading room? in Mc
Salem are shipping in from southen: I ladies are both pupils ot Mrs. Evenden, Minnville, Oregon, at 10 a. ia., Saturday,
Misg Smith having been under her tuition March 19, 1894, Io» the purpose of elect
To Core a Cold in One Day
The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian Oregon,
for over two years. They are young ing delegates to the state convention and
one year for $2, strictly in advance.
Rev. E. A. Ross, the noted evangelist
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
artists of great ability and promise, and nominating a county ticket.
location, good improvements. Inquire All druggists refund the money if it fails
who was here about two years ago, will
the entertainment will be a rar« treat to I After years of untold Buffering from of W. L. W arren , McMinnville, Ore.
be in McMinnville next Monday, March
to cure. 23c. For sale by Rogers Bros.
A thrill of terror is experienced when a 7th, to assist in a series of meetings at lovers of fine rpnsic. Reserved eeats 35 ? piles, B. W. Purge!* of Knitnersville, Pa.,
brassy cough of croup sounds through the i the Methodist Episcopal church. He wil| cent«, general admission 25 cents.
was cured ty 'using a single box of De-
A New Departure.
Farm ta Trade.
house at night. But the terror soon preach Monday at 7 30 p in . and every
Will there be any businepein McMinn ' ' Wlttte Witch Hazel Salve. Skin diseases
The latest and newest patterns of wall
Newberg, consisting of
changes to relief alter One Minute Cough I subsequent day during the meetings at vil|e next summer? It look* exactly like such as eczema, rash, pimples and obsti
paper just arrived at C. Griesen’s. 9-4 I 240 acres, 100 in cultivation, to exchange
Cure lia-* been administered. Safe and iO a. m. and 7:3'> P- m. Rev. Mr. R om it. Two churches will be erected at an nate sores are readily cured by this
I for a larger place. Inquire at this office.
harmless for children- Hill's Pharmacy. uses the bible as his magazine, loads aggregate coat of 111,660, to say nothing famous remedy. Hill’s Pharmacy.
Card af Thank«.
It is said that a bill will be presented The ladies’ aid society of the Christian
First Secular church, Sunday evening. heavy, aims well and then »hoots into of the numerous fruit dryers that are
7:30, Nettie Olds-Haight lecturer: sub the ranks of the enemy regardless of more than likely to spring up in advance to the county commissioner« to cover the church wish to thank all those who so
ject, “What must I doto be Saved." Ev name or profession and without fear or of the coming crop. A number of resi damage to a horse owned, by J. L. Roger, kindly assisted in making the cantata of
favor. The general public, including dences are also to lie bnilt in 1898. Mc which was in Hired by a barb-wire fence “Esther, the Beantiful Queen” a success.
eryone cordially invited.
J ennie I rvine , Sec.
It is understood that Prof. L. L. Ware, churches and pastors, are cordially in Minnville is rapidly learning the secret -nrrounding the court house block, and
■ Should be in every family
■ ■ ■
who is now at Corvallis, will return to vited to every service, bnt to secure a that home improvement and investment is if the same is not paid, suit will follow,
■ medicine chevt and every
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McMinnville in April, and under the
when the atomach
auspices of the W. C. T.
present the early. By 7 30 the seats will be likely i is new and is destined to be a thriving ' code, which requires the keeping of a man with the spade and garden tools,' invaluable
!• o»t of order. ear. hmdaete.. hlllowa«». »nd
MUd and cfficiunt. » cau.
cantata of "Heroes of ’76.”
Dr. Leroy Lewis,
(Oben a Den Lays an 6gg
A. J. APPERSON'S
Do You Need Cheering up?
Boys’ f Souths’ Clothing.
Truck and Dray Co.