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Dr. Leroy Lewis,
Invite» bi» friends »nd patient» to call on
him in bi» new office rooms in Jacobson's build
ing, where all the comforts aud necessities of u
modern dental office are beiuc arranged. Prep
aration» are being made to <lo every class of
oiar»"ou»practised in modern dentistry .
ALBREATH & GOUCHER,
(Office over Braly's Bank.)
M c M insvili .»
O bxuon .
H. COOK, n. D.
Rooms 9 and 10, Union Block,
M c M innville ,
O regon .
j^ATTHIES & BOOTH,
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
South side Third St. between B and C.
I am located opposite Burns A Daniels and aim
to give all customers good treatment for little
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat
Manufactures and Deals in
a.ndbrushes, and sells them cheaper than they
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette
Valley. Our all home made sets ot harness are
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
Dealer In and Manufacturer ot
An work guaranteed as represented. Repairing
of all kinds promptly done. First door south ot
McMinnville National Bank.
Third 8t., between E and F.
Wilson & Henderson, Props.
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by
day, week or month. Commercial travelers
conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates.
Give us a call.
Truck and Dray Co.
Good» of all descriptions moved, and careful
handling guaranteed. Collection» will be made
monthly Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
Paid up Capital, $30,000
Transact» a Geueral Banking Burine»».
Office Honrs 9 a. m to 4 p m.
ZEE LAUGHLIN, President.
J. L. ROGERS, Vice-President.
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
W. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier.
will repair vour Buggies and Wagons, manufar
Sure Office Furniture. Book case« Wardrobes,
Brackets, Whatnots and all kinds or wood work.
Two Doors East of City Stables.
Proprietor of the
RATES Si To S3 PER DAY
The house Is new and find clam Stage office«
wud free sample rooms in connection.
/The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian
o» year for $2. strictly in advance.
A thrill of terror is experienced w hen a
brassy cough of croup sounds through the
bouse at night. Bnt the terror soon
change» to relief after One Minute Cough
Cure Las been administered. Safe and
harmless for children. Hill’s Pharmacy.
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
Fancy stationery at Hembree's.
Hill's pharmacy lor pure drugs.
Typewriter supplies at C. Griseen’s.
Eastern oysters in any style kept daily
at White’s restaurant.
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
All kinds of cough cures at If ill’s phar
A earload of plows just from factory at
F. W. Spencer's.
Mrs. M. J. Ball and daughter have,
moved to Portland.
Bettman A Warren candle their eggs
before they leave the store.
The Stearns bicycle, ’1)8 model, $50, at!
E. N. Ford has No. 1 haled hay for
sale. Also pure Plymouth rock eggs.
Take your ? prescriptions^.to Hill’s to
Steel and chilled plows, riding and
have them tilled.
walking, just received by F. W. Spencer.
A new line of fine shoes at Hilton's
The women are beginning to mobilize
new shoe store.
their forces to l>egin spring house clean
Hill’s pharmacy guarantee their drugs
to l>e pure. Try them next time.
Adolf Matthies’ improvements alxiut
F. F. Hopkins of Tacoma is in the city
his new home included a coat of white
in the interests of the .1. O. U. A. M.
paint for the house.
The liest 25-cent meal in the city is oh- ]
W. W. Nelson and family of WeatChe-
tainahle at T. A. White’s restaurant. ]
halem spent Sunday with his father-in-
President Boardman will preach at the I law, Rev. Joseph Hoberg.
Cumberland Presbyterian church Sunday
W. D. McDonald and family returned
from California Thursday evening of last
C. E. Bracewell, lute of Jacksonville, I week, all hale and hearty.
Ills., tias moved into the Saylor property |
We now have a few thousand dollars to
in the northwest part of the city.
loan on larm property, at good terms.
The best thing on wheels is that spring I 12tf
M c C ain . I kvine & V inton .
tooth harrow at Hodson’s. All sizes and |
G. Estes will move their
prices. Call and see them.
second-hand store to the Handley build
Mrs. L. B. Staggs arrived from Califor- [
ing, opposite White’s restaurant.
nia Saturday night, and will become
housekeeper for M. V. Spencer, her son- j Call and see the new high-lift Ameri
can sulky and gang plows, at F. W.
(’. Griesen has just received a large
assortment of wall paper of the latest t Prof. Northnp will preach in the Bap-
tist church next Stinda)’ morning, and
Mr. Fred Martin of Tillamook drove] Prof. Boardman will preach in the eve
over from Woods this week with a load ■ ning.
J. D. Nairn of Ballston will leave in a
of fresh clams. He reports the roads as
couple of weeks for a visit to his old
almost impassable in many places.
Nice clean walls of any color are made home in Perthshire county, Scotland. He
with alabastine, cold water and a brush, expect« to return next fall.
or wall paper and Masury’s pure mixed
George’s minstrels, who showed here
Thursday of last week, had a very good
paint. Hodson sells them.
W. E. Martin and family have re band of musicians and a skillful gun
turned from Tillamook. Billy apparently twirler, but the show was too thin for the
has decided that McMinnville is a good price of admission.
enough Klondike for him.
The residence of A. M. Mauritzen at
The city council is giving the petition Newberg wae destroyed by fire early
for a sewerage system favorable consider Monday morning. Loss $600; insurance
ation. This is good news. Sewerage is $400. Mauritzen had a brief career as a
feed store man in this city.
one of the greatest needs of the city.
Mr. Myers, a professional electrician
Are you going to paint your house?
Consult Elsia Wright about paints and ] from Portland, was secured by Council
oils. He will give you the best material | man Peery to take charge of the electric
light and water plant, and he began
at least cost.
Frank Abram Powell will preach next work Monday. Mayor Chrisman has
Lord’s day at 11 a. in. on “The Kingdom known Mr. Myers for 15 years.
of Heaven’’ and at 7:30 p. tn. on “God’s
We are anxious to do a little good in
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this world and can think of no pleasanter
Judge J. E. Magers lias bought the or better way to do it than by rec
Henry Schenk residence for $1,450, Mr. ommending One Minute Cough Cure as a
Schenk retains the east part of the block. preventive of pneumonia, consumption
Judge Magers intends to occupy his new and other serious lung troubles that fol
low neglected colds. Hill’s Pharmacy.
property in the near future.
Remember the fair at Science hall, Sat
The Y. P. S. C. E. of the Christian
urday evening. A large assortment of church held their monthly business meet
fancy and useful articles will be sold to ing March 7th, and the following officers
the highest bidder. Free entertainment were elected: President, Edward Dodson ;
consisting of character songs, solos, reci vice president, Mies Mattie Todd; secre
tations, comic dialogues and orchestra tary, Miss Bertha Wood; treasurer, Mr.
music. No admission. Come and en John Gibson; chorister, Miss Nellie
Ridgeway; organist, MisB Grace Suther
Mayor Wm. Chrisman and wife and land .
Mrs. A. II. Gaunt returned from Cali
One of the most amusing features in
fornia Saturday evening. All have been politics is the effort of former republicans
quite well except the mayor, who has to keep up the idea that the party has
suffered severely from rheumatism, be left them, and not they the party. Four
ing unable at one time to raise his arm. teen men with this idea met together
He is better now, but lost 13 pounds in last Saturday and elected four of their
weight during his absence.
number to attend a state convention.
A new general merchandise store is to ] The delegates chosen were : C. W. Tal
open in McMinnville on March 2lst. Itj mage, Fred Churchman, W. G. Robbins
will occupy the Kay & Todd stand in the and I. E. Holt.
Wright block. The proprietors will be] After years of untold suffering from
Messrs. Allen & Fisher. The former is ] piles, B. W. Pursell of Knitnersville, Pa.,
traveling for Smithfield, Young A Co., of ] was cured by using a single box of De
Philadelphia, the latter is a resident of Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve. Skin diseases
Oregon City. Both are said to be experi-1 such as eczema, rash, pimples and obsti
nate sores are readily cured by this
The Cumberland Presbyterian cturch famous remedy. Hill’s Pharmacy.
has through its session extended a call to
Chas. Grissen left for California Mon
Rev. Geo. D. Willingham of Stanford, day morning, on a combined trip of bus
II)., to become its pastor, at an increase iness and pleasure. He will visit San
of salary over that formerly paid. Should Francisco, Monterey, Watsonville and
he accept he will be here in April. He other places, and you can depend on it,
bears a fine record as a man and as a he’ll not neglect to post up on the manu
pastor, and is now serving hie fifth year facture of beet sugar. He will be absent
as pastor of a church of over 300 mem- i about two weeks.
Evangelist Ross began revival meetings
A number of ladies have banded them-1
at the Methodist church Monday even
selves together for instruction and amuse
ing. The church is crowded each night,
ment, and have given themselves the
and as usual Ross is striking straight
name of “Treble Clef Club.” It will
from the shoulder. He is likewise put
serve as an offset to the octette club of
ting people on their guard. Tuesday
gentlemen. The ladies met Monday ev
night he asked all those in his congrega
ening at the home of Mrs. Win. Ramsey
tion to rise who had read a passage in
for their first practice. They will be
the book of Hezekiah. About a dozen
under the capable instruction of Mrs.
arose, some of them long-time church
John Evenden. The personnel of the or
members. The evangelist said: “Why,
ganization is as follows: Mrs. Wm.
God bless you, there's no such book in
Campbell, Mrs. W. J. Strong, Mrs. C.
the bible!" There was a roseate flush
W. Talmage, Mrs. F. H. Barnhart, Mrs.
o’erspread some cheeks that had been
S. A. Young, Mrs. Wm. Ramsey, Mrs. ]
J. H. Henderson, Mies Annie Nichol,' sallow for years, and it wasn't necessary
to extend an invitation to sit down.
Miss Nellie Ramsey, Miss Elva Apper-
Dan Kingery, son of our friend D. B.
son. Miss Stella Patty and Miss Virginia
Kingery, who has been prospecting in
The lecture by Hon. D. C. Herrin Sat the mining region of northern Califor
urday night, on the advantages of being nia, has met with rare good fortune.
a Workman, was largely attended, and The following is from the Yreka
the speaker gave a good address. The ‘ Journal of the 4th inst.: “Dan Kingery
chart illustrating the new classified ■nd A. J. Hay, who have been prospect-
assessment plan is Mr. Herrin's own in ing a quartz claim in the bill above the
vention, and is so clear an exposition of old R. II. Campbell mine >1 Quartz Val
the superiority of the plan over that of ley, struck exceelingly good pay this
all other heneficiarv orders, that the peo week. They washed a panful of gravel
ple not identified with it are unable toj and loose decomposed quartz from the
gainsay its fairness or ultimate triumph side of the ledge and realized $15. The
over other plans of assessment. The quart« shows gold in great quantity to
orchestra enlivened the evening with the naked eye, and is estimated to yield
music, and tl.e selection by the ladies' $20,000 or more to the ton, with ledge
quartette of the Baptist church was so over two feet wide as far as tested. Even
good that a second appearance was in if a pocket, the young men will realize a
good fortune from what is in sight.”
SPRING HAS COME
So has some of the
NEW SPRING GOODS.
Consisting of Organdies, Scotch Lawns,
Bonnie Deon and Trilby Flannelettes,
Wash Goods and other Dress Fabrics,
Indescribable in a newsparper article.
They must be seen to be appreciated.
New Hats, New Line of Shoes,
Hosiery, Underwear, Line of Trunks and Valises added.
In Fact New Goods in Every Department.
hull line of Fresh Staple Groceries. If you want the best
Coffee, try the new White House Blend. If you
want the cheapest, try that ten-cent roast.
A. J. APPERSON
Ladies , Gents and Children’s in all sizes, shapes and styles just received.
We have just placed in our store the largest stock of Shoes carried for some
years, and will offer them to the public at the very lowest prices.
Boys’ $ Youths' Clothing.
We have added this line to our stock, and can give the latest styles at the
lowest prices. All new goods.
Our new dress goods and staple and fancy dry goods are arriving daily.
Call and make a selection while the assortment is complete.
M c M innville grange &
farmers ’ co .,
and 3d st.
C has . P. N elson , Manager.
Dr. Nelson, dentiet, in Union block.
T. I). Henderson has good fresh milch
cows, grade Jersey, for sale.
Did you notice the fine assortment of
fancy crockery at Bettman & Warren’s?
Howard Ruffner made a bad slash with
the ax while cutting wood last Monday
and is laid up with a sore foot.
Miss Lizzie Dodson went to Silverton
yesterday in response to a telegram an
nouncing the serious illness of a cousin.
Mrs. Boardman and son, mother and
brother of President Boardman, arrived
from Washington Tuesday evening, to
make their future home in this city.
Miss Emma Bertram of Dayton died
Wednesday evening, March 9th, of con
sumption. Funeral will be held today,
at 10:30 a. m., under the auspices of the
Degree of Honor. All memliers are in
vited to attend.
There are three little things which do
more work than any other three little
things created—they are the ant, the bee
and DeWitt’s Little Early Risers,the last
being the famous little pills for stomach
and liver troubles. Hill’s Pharmacy.
A Pleasing Recital.
At the opera house Friday night, though
Small farm adjoining Newberg. Good
the audience was not large, Mrs. John location, good improvements. Inquire
Evenden’s pupils, Miss Pearl Smith of of W. L. W arren , McMinnville, Ore.
Portland and Miss Virginia Spencer of
this city, gave a most pleasing entertain
A New Departure.
inent, the former as pianist, the latter as
The latest and newost patterns of wall
vocalist. Both young women were very ’.
paper just arrived at C. Grissen’s. 9-4
prettily attired, Miss Smith in cream
dress with red sash and bouquet, and
To Cure a Cold in One Day
Miss Spencer with light blue skirt and
Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
bodice of deeper blue, with handsome
garnishment of red roses. Miss Smith is All druggists refund the money if it fails
a player of five years’ experience, over to cure. 25c. For sale by Rogers Bros.
three of which have been under Mrs.
Farm to Trade.
Evenden’s tuition, and that lady is justly
proud of the wonderful skill developed
A farm near Newberg, consisting of
by her pupil. Miss Smith is an Oregon 240 acres, 100 in cultivation, to exchange
girl by birth, and her instruction has all for a larger place. Inquire at this office.
been received at home. She has never
received European instruction ns has
Two acres of land one mile from Mc
been reported, neither has her training
suffered from this fact. She has wonder Minnville, for sale at a bargain. Six-
ful facility in hand and finger movement, room house, barn 24x32 ft., young or
and a memory rarely equaled, playing chard and all kinds small fruit. Inquire
nearly a dozen difficult selections without of W. S. Honck.
portfolio. Miss Spencer, likewise, sang
an equal number of pieces from memory.
my spring opening March
The frequent encores given her attest
stronger than words the appreciation of 19th. Miss Pennington, whose trimming
her singing. The best vocal selections was so greatly admired last fall, and who
in the opinion of the writer were “When has made a thorough study of the spring
Love is Kind,” “Cradlo Song,” “Vio styles in San Francisco and Portland,
lets” and “Four Leaf Clover.” The best will have charge of my trimming depart
instrumentals were “Etude E Major” by ment. As to my goods and prices I need
Chopin, “In tho Springtime,” by Greig not speak ; they will talk for themselves
and "Murmuring Zephyrs,” by Jensen. as they always do. Remember the date,
E va M artin ;
Mr. and Mrs. Elijah Fox attended the
Salvation Army meeting conducted by
Gen. Ballington Booth last Saturday and
Sunday in Portland.
Bailey Chaney of Amity has rented
part of Uncle Dick Phillips' hopyard,and
Card ot Thank).
moved to Whiteson.
The members of the A O. U. W. and
Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Conner visited, D. of If. wish to thank all those who so
kindly assisted in the music at the A. O.
Mrs. Conner’s sister, Mrs. Rebecca U. W. lecture, March 5th. By order of
Anderson of Sheridan, Saturday and committee.
“ft ¡9 a great big girl," is the way Mr.
Thousands are Trying It.
Tn order to prove the great merit of
T. T. Kirkwood asked for his mail last
Ely’s Cream Balm, the most effective cure
for Catarrh and Cold in Head, we hare pre
Mrs. Sadie Wood was taken suddenly pared a generous trial size for 10 cents.
and dangerously ill last Friday night, Get it of your druggist or send 10 cents to
ELY BROS., 50 Warren St., N. Y. City.
but is now improving.
suffered from catarrh of the worst kind
The school meeting passed off quietly ]
last Monday, and resulted in the election ever since a boy, and I never hoped for
cure, but Ely's Cream Balm seems to do
of R. B. Putman director, and the re- - even that. Many acquaintances have used
election of D. C. Gates clerk.
it with exoellent results. —Oecar Oetrurn,
Miss Edith Percival took the 7 43 train , 45 Warren Ave., Chicago, Ill.
for Monmouth Friday evening to visit i Ely’s Cream Balin io the acknowledged
cure for catarrh and contains no cocaine,
her mother, returning Monday. This is I mercury nor any injurious drug Price,
her first vacation since September.
CO cents. At druggists or by mail.
Rev- E. Edwards, pastor of the English
Baptist church at Minersville, Pa., when
suffering with rheumatism, was advised
to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He
says: "A few applications of this lini
ment proved a great service to me. ft
subdued inflammation and relieved the
pain. Should any sufferer profit by gi v
ing Pain Balm a trial it will please me.”
For sale by 8. Howorth & Co.
Art* mining favor rapidly.
BiieineM hi#*n and travel-
ler* carry them In ve*t ^|I|S
pocketw, ladles carry them ■
■ ■ ■
in purse*, housekeepers keep them in medicine
cioeete, friend* recommend them to friend*. 25c.