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G. 8. Wright, dentist.
Ride a Columbia.
AU kinds of cough cures at Hill's phar
Invites his friends and patient» to call on
him i>' his new office rooms in Jacobson's build
ing. v ior.all the comforts and necessities of a I
New stock of mixed paints at R. M.
modern dental office arc beiuc arranged. Prep- i Hill’s pharmacy for pure drugs.
aratio is are being made to io every class of
operations practised in modern dentistry.
Typewriter supplies at C. Griesen's.
Morris of the Cash store is quite |
Fine lot of new buggies just received
sick from pneumonia.
at F. W. Spencer’s.
Bettman A Warren candle their eggs
Eastern oysters in any style kept daily
before they leave the store.
at White's restaurant.
QALBREATH & GOUCHER,
All necessary bicycle sundries may be ;
Grand tnilliuory opening, Mrs. E. S
found at R. M. Wade & Co's.
Warren, March 26tb.
and Surgeons. F. J. Martin made a business trip to Why uot buy you a first grade wheel—
Columbia is the chea|>e8t in the end.
Portland on Tuesday.
(Office over Braly’a Bank.)
E. N. Ford has No. 1 baled hay for !
M c M innvillk
O rzuon .
sale. Also pure Plymouth rock eggs.
to 1« pure. Try them next time.
In the spring is the time to paint your '
L. M Parker and wife of Springbrook
J H, COOK, n. D.
Let R. M. Wade & Co. figure on
were the guests of A. T. Hill laet Friday.
your paint bill.
The liest 25-cent meal in the city is ob
Call and see the new liigh-lift Ameri
tainable at T. A. White’s restauraui.
and Surgeon. McMinnville has a “magnetic healer” can sulky aud gang plows, at F. W.
Rooms 9 aud 10, Union Block,
in the person of T. M. Neal.
O reuon .
M c M irnvillz ,
C. P. Yates, the Sheridan editor, was here assisting Mrs. Warren in the mil
Consisting of Organdies,’ Scotch Lawns,
in the city Saturday, and was a pleasant
Bonnie Doon and Trilby Flannelettes,
Boys’and youths’suits will arrive at
Wash Goods and other Dress Fabrics
F W. Spencer will give you the inside Racket store about March 24th.
jy^ATTHIES & BOOTH,
on price if you wish to purchase a new sure and Bee them.
buggy this spring.
Indescribable iu a newspaper article
Geo. W. Jones expects to soon start
Miss Pearl Holden of Astoria was up the mill in the mountains, as there is a i
They must be seen to be appreciated
to visit her sister, Mrs. W. J. Strong, pressing demand for lumber.
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds over Sunday.
King and Queen bicycles; first class
No lady should fail to attend Mrs. E. wheels made by the Monarch Cycle Co.,
South side Third St. between B and C.
S. Warren’s millinery opening, Saturday, at Racket store.
in Fact New Goods in Every Department
We now have a few thousand dollars to
Mrs. Susan Turney of Davenport, loan on farm property, at good terms.
Wash., is here on a visit to her mother,
yy H. LOGAN,
M c C ain , I rvine & V inton .
Mrs. Rebcca Gaunt.
Miss Ella L. Woods will have an open
First Secular church next Sunday ev ing today, displaying ladies’ aud chil
ening, 7 :30, Nettie Olds-IIaight, lecturer. dren’s furnishing goods
Don’t fail to
I am located opposite Burns A Daniels and alm
to give all customers good treatment for little Subject, “Religion, Education and Poli see them.
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat tics.” Everybody welcome.
This week a large line of boys', youths’
Nice clean walls of any color are made aud gents’ clothing arrived at the Grauge
with alabastine, cold water and a brush, & Farmer Co.’s store, and they are sell
or wall paper and Masury’s pure mixed ing them wav down.
paint. Hodson sells them.
Mrs. Minnie Boyer leit for Oakesdale,
Ed Sutherland’s five-year-old son has
Manufactures and Deals in
Washington, Thursday morning to join
had a severe spell of pneumonia, follow her brother, Lowell Lynch. She will re
ing measles, hut is believed to be on the main most of the summer for her health.
road to recovery.
The annual meeting of the Yamhill
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
Are you going to paint your house?
County Bible Society will be held in the
a.ndbrii'ibes, aud sells them cheaper than they Consult Elsia Wright about paints and
Methodist church next Sunday evening.
van be bought anywhere else in the Willamette
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are oils. He will give you the best material It will be a union meeting, and Supt. P.
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them. at least cost.
C. Hetzler will be present.
Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Bond left yester
three months’ visit with his children in day for a mouth’s visit with Mr. Bond’s
Iowa, Ila took advantage of the reduced people, who reside at Browns, Ills. Mr.
Dealer in and Manufacturer ot
railroad rates, the fare from Portland to
Bond has earned his vacation and we I
Sioux City costing him only $10.
hope he will have the best kind of a time.
Conductor Hugh Collard of the North
l’orf. Reynolds has sent to the St.
Ladies’, Gents’ and Children’s iu all sizes, shapes aud styles just received.
western is in the city this week on a visit
Louis Republic a drawing by Fred Coop
have just placed in our store the largest stock of Shoes carried for some
er, representing his idea of a battle on
All work guaranteed a, represented. Repairing panied a number of friends out to Seattle, the high seas between the United States
years, and will offer them to the public at the very lowest prices.
of all kinds promptly done. First door south ot who were on their way to Yukon. Mr.
McMinnville National Bank.
Collard last visited McMinnville a year and Spain. It is expected it will be pro
duced as a boy’s idea of marine warfare.
The ladies of the Christian church will
We are anxious to do a little good in
We have added this line to our stock, and can give the latest styles at the
this world and can think of no pleasanter give an “egg-rolling” contest on Satur
j -ITY STABLES,
lowest prices. All new goods.
or better way to do it than by rec
er, at Wright’s hall. The successful
Third St., between E and F.
Our new dress goods and staple and fancy dry goods are arriving daily.
preventive of pneumonia, consumption rollers will be permitted to draw other
' Wilson & Henderson, Props.
Call and make a selection while the assortment is complete.
and other serious lung troubles that fol eggs, which will be hollow and contain
low neglected colds. Hill’s Pharmacy. names of partners for supper.
c innville grange
Ham and eggs make a fine breakfast
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by
A daughter of Mr. Patterson of Happy
day, week or month. Commercial travelers
conveyed to all joints at most reasonable rates.
Give ns a call.
of the week accompanied by her hus know the merits of the dish a person
band and two daughters. They came needs to get one of those selected hams
__ through on the teduced railroad rates cured and put up by Adolph Mattbies of
and received a rebate of over $100 on ar the city market for his local custom.
They are extra fine, as the writer is
g E. COULTER.
rival in McMinnville.
begun practice for base
Crotchety, nervous people probably obliged to testify.
have no business to get excited at 11
Dr. Del-MacClaire of Portland, repre The girls have organized a basketball
Truck and Dray Co. o’clock at. night over the continuous senting the “Oriental Syndicate,” is giv team
and are now practicing two after
floods of all descriptions moved, and careful ringing of a bel), but many of them did ing free lectures at the opera house each noons a week preparatory to intercolle
Are now on sale at the New Store opposite White’s Restaurant.
handling guaranteed. Collection» will be made so last Tuesday evening when tlie college evening this week, and will continue un
monthly. Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
Bedroom Suits, Mattresses, Chairs, Trunks,
boys were playing pranks. Several of til Tuesday, closing that evening. The
The senior class elected the following
them arose from bed, and started as they attendance and interest, are good, and the officers for class day: Orator, Herbert
Valises, Bed Lounges, Tinware, and
thought to the relief of the college, but lectures are practical and full of research Toney; historian, Paulina Rossner; law
General Second-hand Stock of Goods
learned afterwards that it was only a cry in physiology, and of knowledge of dis yer, Dotha Daniels; prophet, Jessie Man
eases and their cure obtained by long ning; author of class eong, LeForest Saw-
Woven Wire Fencing.
Samuel Laughlin, one of the Yamhill and careful experience. Liver medicine telle.
450 Rods sold in the last Ten Days.
boys earliest in the Klondike country, is sold incidentally.
The class of ’98 believe in the sway of
has been heard from after a long silence.
Prof. J. 11. Ackerman of Portland, the new woman, hence the election of a
He is now in Circle City, and had a great principal of the Harrison street school, girl for class lawyer, to whom is intrusted
experience getting there. His party sup one of the largest in the city, was in our i all legal proceedings pertaining to the
posed they could make the journey in a
class, including the drawing up of that
Paid up Capital, $50,000 week, but capsized in their boat, got lost city Monday evening looking arouud for important document, the class will.
support from the Yamhill delegates in
For Rale or Trade.
and were cared for by the Indians. Sam the coming republican convention. A
After many weary years of waiting the
well established business in
Transacts a General Banking Buslneaa.
local educator of good report says of Prof.
creek. It takes so long to get a letter Ackerman that “he is a staunch republi oft vain attempt to secure song books. location, good improvements. Inquire McMinnville. Will sell or trade for a
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
farm near this city. For further particu
that lie may be a millionaire by this time. can and one of the liest educators in the The soul stirring music of the college of W. L. W arren , McMinnville, Ore.
lars inquire at this office.
A full load of sulky, gang and walking state, and if nominated and elected will
LEE LAUGHLIN, President.
Robert Addison, who has been suffer
plows direct from the factory of John make a good superintendent of public nished last Saturday evening is past the
J L. ROOERS, Vice-President.
The latest and newest patterns of wall ing from a cancer for a number of years,
J power of description.
' E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
Deere A Co. will arrive this week, at Man instruction.”
The question which the young woman’s paper just arrived at C. Griesen's. 9-4
IV. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier. ning Bro’s. It will pay you to see them.
died on Tuesday. He was born in Eng
The nomination of Jas. McCain as
land, and was 73 years of age. He waa
They w ill also have fifty buggies, hacks postmaster ut McMinnville has been duly Philomathean club expect to debate with
To Cure a Cold In One Day
one of the early settlers here, and a
and carriages direct from the factory of confirmed by the senate and he will the young ladies’ debating society of For
A. A. Cooper in a few days. Don’t bnv probably take charge about April 15th. est Grove is: “Resolved, That the pro Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets. highly respected citizen........ D. A. Sny
until yon see them ; they are high grade Some time will he required for the filing posed method of electing United States All druggists refund the money if it fails der informs us that the new dryers are
goods and will be sold at prices never and approval of his bond. Mr. McCain is senators by the direct vote of the people to cure. 2.5c. For sale by Rogers Bros. doing much better and more work than
was expected. Six of the dryers now in
before offered in Yambill. So come and to be congratulated upon the fine plum of each state is not for the best interests
WOOD WORKER see
are doing as much as it was
M anning B ros .
he has secured. There were a number
Last Saturday evening Philergian so
will repair vour Buggies and Wagon, manufac
A farm near Newberg, consisting of expected eight would do. Snyder says
ture Office Furniture, Book cases, Wardrobes,
ciety vetoed woman's rights and elected 240 acies, 100 in cultivation, to exchange everything in the new evaporator is run
Brackets, Whatnots and all kinds of wood work. Monday in response to a message that the same plum, and his victory is the re
all their officers according to the new for a larger place. Inquire at this office. ning smoothly, and working satisfactori
Two Doors East of City Stables.
system. President, L. W. Sawtelle; vice-
ly. We are glad to hear it and hope the
1 boy in the Imperial hotel, had the night Probably no stronger array of endorse
president, H. L. Toney; secretary, L. C.
' enterprise will be abundantly successful.
before fallen from the office floor to the ments ever went forward in connection
Vanetta ; assistant secretary, S. F.. Darr;
Two acres of land one mile from Me- —Dayton Herald.
M H. LARSEN,
basement through the elevator shaft. with a postal appointment in Oregon,
treasurer, L. Thompson; sargeant-at-. i Minnville, for sale at. a bargain. Six-
Proprietor of the
: arms, E. A. Smith ; assistant at arms, R. room house, barn 24x32 ft., young or
Did you notice the fine assortment of
condition to St. Vincent’s hospital. The ment.
| fancy crockery at Bettman & Warren's?
cause of his fall was not known to the
Tuesday afternoon about 5 o’clock,
of W s. Houck.
night clerk or other employee of the Bettie, the 5-vear-old daughter of G. V.
lion. T. T. (Jeer
Thousands are Trying It.
RATES <1 To »2 PER OAT
building. The elevator was raised to the Querner of Amity, narrowly escaped
Will be in McMinnville on the evening
In order to prove the great merit of
The house is new and fir«-class. Stage offices
burning to death. While she was stand of March 26th,and will address the people
Wnd free sample rooms in connection
Mobair and wool. Highest price paid. Ely's Cream Balm, the most effective cure
for Catarrh and Cold in Head, we have pre
Oregon. he opened the door and walked into the ing near the fireplace her clothes caught ! on the political issues of the day. Mr.
M. B. H endrick .
pared a generous trial size for 10 cents.
shaft before realizing the fact. lie has Are. Her mother. wLo was at work in Geer is so well known and appreciated
Get it of your druggist or send 10 cents to
been at work in the hotel for two years, the room, ran to her assistance, and at in this community that it goes without
Rev* E. Edwards, pastor of the English
ELY BROS., 56 Warren St., N. Y. City.
»The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian
tempted to tear the clothes off her, her saying that a large audience will greet Baptist church at Minersville, Pa., when
I suffered from catarrh of the worst kind
careful and trusted employes.
one year for |2, strictly in advance.
hands being badly burned in the at him. The place of meeting will be at suffering with rheumatism, was advised ever
since a boy, and I never hoped for
to try Chamberlain's Pain Balm. He cure, but Ely's Cream Balm seems to do
After years of untold suffering from tempt. She then carried the child out in the court house.
Isays: “A few applications of this lini even that. Many acquaintances have used
A thrill of terror is experienced when a piles. B. W. PurseII of Knitnersville, Pa., to the yard, where a neighbor. Grant
ment proved a great service to me. It it with excellent results.—Oscar Ostruw,
brassy cough of croup Bounds through the
inflammation and relieved the 45 Warren Ave., Chicago, Ill.
Messrs. Allen & Fisher are in the city.
tioure at night. But the terror soon Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve. Skin diseases his coat about the child, entirely extin
Ely’s Cream Balm is the acknowledge I
any sufferer profit by giv
changes to relief after One Minute Cough
cure for catarrh and oontama no cocaine,
Cure has boen administered. Safe and nate acres are readily cured by thia ly barned, bat it it thought she will ra cupy the Kay 4 Todd room. Their stock ing Pain Balm a trial it will please me.’’ mercury nor any injurious drug. Price,
' For sale by S. Iioworth <k Co.
' hat already begun to arrive.
SO cents. At druggists or by mad.
harmless for children. Hill’s Pharmacy. I famous remedy. Hill's Pharmacy.
. Dr. Leroy Lewis,
SPRING RAS GOJVIE
NEW SPRING GOODS
A. J. APPERSON
Boys’ | Youths’ Clothing.
and 3d st.