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G. 8. >Vright, dentist.
Ride a Columbia.
Geo. James,our popular agent, has the
<> "Men luay'eome, and men may go,
G. S. Wright, dontiat.
Dr. Nelson, dentist, in Uuion block.
But I go on forever," ««aid Tennysonconcerning the river.
Fancy stationery at Hembree’s.
Ride the Monarch Cycle Co's Cum The tine weather of the past week has
berland. $35, Racket Store.
Typewriter supplies at C. Grisseu’e.
put gardening and hop working in full
New stock of mixed paints at R. M. blast.
DR. LEROY LEWIS. Dentist.
I Wade & Co’a.
at F. W. Spencer’s.
Edwards Bros, have opened a grocery
Wanted—At once, an experienced har Mies Ollie McCamieh is a new clerk at and notion store in the I. O. O. F. build
R. Jacobson A- Co's.
ing aud are doing quite a rushing busi
E lsia W right .
Mrs.Laura Nicklin is in Amity engaged
ÇAI BREATH & GOUCHER,
inees were on file yesterday.
J. L. Vickery left for bis old home in
as professional nurse.
Order a Royal suit of clothes at tbe the hoosier state last, week, where he I
Go to E. F. Sutherland if you want a
will tarry with old home folks for a brief
GraugoA- Farmers' store.
good job of horseshoeing.
Yamhillers may go, but we remain to supply your
Harvey Fleshour has taken a clerkship
wants in the Grocery line. Among
(Office over Braly’» Bank.)
found at R. M. Wade & Co’s.
with the Racket store.
these wants will be
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Bettman & Warren candle their eggs
The sidewalks need fixing and need it
springs ate becoming quite a jiopular re
badly in many places about town.
sort for invalids.
J H. COOK, n D.
Tbo best 25-cent meal in the city is ob You can't down Yamhill. Oao of her
Mr. Fastabend is working quite a crew i
tainable at T. A. White’s restaurant. boys was in tbe Manila tight
at the lock site, getting ready for active ‘
Rambler and Ideal bicyclos at the operations. Mr. Tbos. Milligan, the en
Mrs. B. F. Lewis of Dayton, has been
quite ill of la giippe, but is reported as Grange & Farmers Co’s, store.
gineer in charge of the derrick and lioist-1
For ice cream, soda water, oranges, I ing apparatus, arrived last week. They I
Rooms 9 and 10, Union Block,
have about three tons of blasting powder
Don’t tail to see the bargains in chil lemons, etc., go to T. A. White’s.
O regon .
aud boys’ clothing at tbo Racket I Uncle D. 8. Nash, who is getting well on hand and ere long the inhabitants will '
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think they are in the midst of a bom- 1
along in years, is retorted very ill
Rogers Bros, have purchased the pre bardnient.
Mrs. Dr. Lewis’ mother, Mrs. McCann
Last Saturday night at 11 o'clock, lit-1
of Dayton, spent several days the past acription file of the Hill pharmacy.
MATTHIES & BOOTH,
week visiting with her daughter.
A new line of tobacco and cigars just tie Maude, only daughter of Chas. W.
and Martha Powell, departed this life.
Percale blouse waists, tucked front and received at Bettman & Warren’s.
immediate cause of her death was |
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detachable collar, only 75 cents at Eva
Geo. C. Christenson has been quitn ill
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of bilious fever. He is reported better. acute articular rheumatism and heart
trouble which developed ■ from chorea.’
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
The country will not be depopulated, and those
Miss Ambia Daniels entertained a
Regular preaching services at the C. P. , The little Hurterer patiently bore her
South side Third St. between B and C.
number of friends Thursday night of cburch Sunday morning, l’rof. Nortjirup
I painful affliction for over seven weeks,
will fill tbe pulpit.
then obeyed His command. Maude was
Xeces.saries of life cheap.’ l al our Grocery.
Garden seeds of all kinds, carrot and
There are heavy freight trains moving j a bright,-sweet-tempered child, nine'
beet seed iu bulk from 30 cents per pound iu the valley at this time, often causing years and eleven months old, beloved by
yy H. LOGAN,
up. Hodson sells them.
them to be behind schedule time.
l all her little pl ay in a tea who followed the
Floyd Patty’s classmates gave him a
Dr. J. F. Calbreatb and daughter, Hel i body to its last resting place, on the hill, I
surprise party at his home Friday even en, went to Portland aud heard tjie in I last Sunday. The bereaved parents have |
' the heartfelt sympathy of the entire1
comparable Melba Tuesday.
I am located opposite Burns i Daniels and aim
to give all customers good treattueui for Utile
money. Hath rooms in connection. Your put-
son sewing machiuee, needles and extras City and Morrieon plows, etc., for sale
at C. Griesen’s.
by C. D. Johnson, B street.
of the M, E. cburch of i
John Kiugery returned home from
Wanted—Position to do housework. North Yamhill will receive separate
Iowa Friday morning accompanied by I Call at R. A. Harris’ rosideuce, north of
sealed bids until 12 o’clock, noon, May
Are now on sale at the New Store opposite While's lie- taurant.
bis sister, Mrs. Sarah Good and her son j court bouse.
14th, 1898, for the erection of a church.
Suits, Mattresses, Chairs, Trunks,
Manufactures arm Peals in
■ Mise Rua Goucher had the mirfoitune First, for building of a brick basement.
Valises, Bed Lounges, Tinware, and
W. G. Robbins of Wbitesoo left on to cut an artery in her hand on Wednes Second, for the erection of building, all
Monday for two or three months visit nt day, while chopping a Brazil nut with a material furnished on the ground. Third, ’
General Second-hand Stock of Goods
bis old home in Giltner, Neb. During I butcher knife.
for the erection of building, all materia) I
saddles , bridles , spurs ,
h Agents Oregon aud Washington for
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his stay he will visit the Omaha expos!-1 S. C. Poarson ia reported very nerious- furnished except doors, windows and
Tt if h Pass's WJven Wire Fencing.
brushes, and sells them cheaper than they
-1 ' B 450 Rods sold In the last Ten Days
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»cun be bought anywhere else in the Willamette tiou.
ly ill with inflammation of bowels. His hardware. Fourth, for doth, paper anil
Valley. Oar uil home made sets of harness are
Are you going to paint vour house? 8ickness began about a month ago. and painting, all material to be furnished by i
.pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
Consult Elma Wright about paints and has grown steadily worse. Many friend« board. Board reserves the right to re-1
yy. J. STRONG,
oils, lie will give you the best material ; are hoping for his speedy recovery.
ject any or all bids. Plans and specifi-j
at least cost.
Dr. G. S. Wright has painfnl news cations can be seen at Rev. O. A.
Dealer in aud Manufacturer ot
Mrs. Frank Morse of Tacoma, a sister I from Prineville that his mother-in-law , White’s, North Yamhill.
G. W. P erkins ,
I of Mrs. James McCain, and an Mrs. M. Hodges, is sinking very rapidly.
experienced postmistress, is assisting in Mrs. Wright has been at her barlside
floury to Loan
COLLARS, the postofEce for a few weeks.
the past three weeks.
farms at from eoven per
T. A. White has returned from Penn Tbe endoavorers of the C. P. church cent and upwards, according to amount
sylvania, and would be pleased to meet will hold a business meeting in Wright’s wanted. Apply to Chas. Henry, 273
kinds promptly done. First door south ot I ]] ],j8 ojj customers when in the city.
J hall tomorrow evening, nnd will render Stark St., Chamber of Commerce build
al I kluds
McMinnville National Bank.
You are sure of first-class treatment at a short program. Lemonade and cake ing, Portland, Or.
will be served and a free will offering
Spring Tooth Harrows on Wheels,
Heceut Dentlia iu Yamhill County.
J. J. Collard blooms out with a new 1 taken. No admission.
draying outfit this week, which is quite ; Landlord Hendershott, of the Commer- ! The body of Mrs. Bryan, who died on
Garden Seeds in Bulk and Package.
in keeping with the springtime. He now . cial is doep in tho spring job of repaper-! Gooseneck, at the age of 82 yuars, wns
drives two good horses, with new bar- ‘ ing, painting and general renovation taken to Tigardville on Monday for intet-
Third St., between E «nd F.
ness and a newly imported dray.
this week. The Commercial seems to be ' ment.
growing in patronage and prosperity we I A one-year-old child of Ubas. Scroggiu
Wilson & Henderson, Props.
died at Sheridan April 27tb.
E. Cable of Portland have formed a co- I are gratified to note.
The Baptists have drawings of their
ivervthiug first-class. Horses boarded by partnership for the practice of their pro
Levi McKinley, an old gentleman re fri:
■day, week or month. Commercial travelers fession, aud will occupy new office rooms new $5000 church. It is going to be a
near Wheatland, died on Thurs
conveyed to all polntsat most reasonable rates.
in the Jacobson block. The style of tbe tine structure. Tbe resting capacity of day of last week.
Give us a call.
firm will be Cook & Cable.
the uiaiu auditorium is stated at40i), and
Mrs. Dora Wilson, aged 41 years, died
Tbe reinstatement of Hou J. E. | tbe whole building, if they decide upon a | at Amity April 25th.
Magers to the chairmanship of the re gallery, is estimated at 1000.
Mrs. Pigg of Ballston, aged 87 years,
g E. COULTER.
publican central committee is a good
Uncle Doc Sitton and wife,bearing the died April 23d.
sized compliment to that gentleman. anvils and exultant shouts from their!
He was chairman of the committee six ranch Monday evening, concluded that!
teen years prior to 1896, and the party McMinnville had captured Cuba, and i
flourished under his directiou.
were in town almost before anybody was !
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful
Of Dress Goods, Furnishing goods, Laces, Rib-
J M Reed, care of poor..............
* handling guaranteed. Collectionswill be made
The Cumberland Presbyterian church up next morning to see about it.
monthly. Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
Hosiery, Notions, comprise part of our new
is disappointed in not securing tbeir ex M. B Hendrick has bought the Gilson
We hav'e also added a large line of
pected pastor. Rev. Geo. D. WilliDgham, suburban property and will occupy it in
of Stanford, Ill., who writes that he will a few weeks. We are glad to add Mr. W H Lasbier, supplies for poor
be unable to come. It is understood that 11. to our resident i>opu)ation. His; Wm Carroll, falling timber
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be has been called by the church at Mo “push” has been a recognized factor in j J D Hibbs, supplies for poor
berly, Mo., at an advanced salary. The McMinnville business circles for some
Men’«, Bovs’ and
O O Hodson, road plough........
church here has begun further negotia- time.
| tions for a new man.
The ladies aid society of the Cumber | II J Littlefield, medical service
. . .
Call and see us and save money by buying at
A. T. Hill haB sold bis stock of goods land Presbyterian church will hold an ico J Minty, salary
J Stewart, bridge work
St Vincent’s hospital care of poor
0. II. Allen of Newberg, who are remov Wednesday, May 11. Ice cream will be
Paid up Capita!, $<AO,OOO ing to La Grande to engage in business. served from 2 until 10 p. m. Don't fail W N Sutton, mdse.
McMinnville Grange & Farmers’ Co.,
Mr. Hill will probably remain with them to attend. Ice cream and cake 10 cents, J J Collard, moving Arthur
Dunning & Campion funeral exp
CHAS. P. NELSON, Manager.
as practical druggist. By eelliug at this chocolate and cake 10 cents.
Transacts a General Banking Burinera.
City of McM, water and light
timo he makes a bargain for himsalf
J. F. Byers, tbe Fairdale lumberman,
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
equal to the probable profits of two years was a caller Wednesday. Owing to these F 11 Caldwell, medicine.
Geo Braitbwait, boarding poor
continuation in business.
McKinley times, he says, he is obliged Mrs S Dudrow, ..
LEE LAUGHLIN, President.
Mise Delia Stout of Carlton sends this to pay 75 cents a thousand more for haul T R Wilson, lumber.................
J. L. ROGERS. Vice-President.
Having decided not to locate permanently in McMinnville, I desire to
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
[ office three ripe wild strawberries sewed | ing than formerly, but as he gets more J K Wright, house rent
dispose of mv stock of Boots and Shoes at once, and to this end all goods
W. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier. in a little pasteboard box, with the nota for his lumber, be can afford to, and
J C Porter, mdse
will be sold at cost from this date. Ladies’, Gents' and Children’s Shoes
tion that they were tbe first of tbe Bea there is no difficulty about selling all be Jas McCain, envelopes
ih all qualities and Latest Styles. All last Fall’s and this Spring's goods.
son, gathered on tbe first day of May. can make.
Paul Fund man, supplies
NEW SHOE STORE, H. HILTON.
■ Those who have seen them are certain
A patriotic citizen makes the timely Willamette Telephone Co rent
that Miss Stout is surely ahead in this query: “How about a 4th of July cele C E Dukenfield, salary,
To Cure a Cold in One Day
instance, and are wondering where she bration in McMinnville?” By all means G A Prentiss,
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablet».
could possibly have found them so early. we should have one this year, and a good W T Macv,
All «Iruggists refund thn money if it fails
Will repair vour Buggies and Wagons, manufac
to cure. 25c. For Bale by Rogers Bros.
Tbe building committee of the Chris
ture Office Furniture. Book case«. Wardrobe«,
" and brd pris
Bracket», Whatnot.-. and «11 kinds of wood work, tian church have decided upon plane fur- with a foreign foe, to arouse American J W Henry,
" and dpty hire
Tw o Doors Eaat of City Stables.
nished by Architect Burgrat of balem ardor to a full realization of what our E J Wood,
— who is now at work completing the < country stands for among the nations of Rowell Bros, lumber................
W J Sargeant, bdwr
specifications in detaiL The main audi- the world.
A. J. Apperson made an assignment of Justice transcript.
tori urn will have an estimated seating
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C) <S> X capacity
McM G 4k F Co, mdse...............
of 4u0, which can be increased hie stock of rnerchnndi-o for tiie benefit ot Portland
hospital, care of poor
bis creditors, on tbe :8th. The assete are
? to | robably 700 by opening the lecture e«timated
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in rice neighborhood of $19,- Calvin Welch, supplies for poor
4 and class rooms, which communicate by 0U0, with ii tbalitios between $18,000 arid
$14,000. The inventory of «lock now in
Many old soldiers now feel the ■ effect«
Z folding partitions.
I* or Ladies’ and Gents
progress u ill likely be complete«! today, of the bard service they endured I during
You can have it all for
The A. O. U. W. has no assessment1 and Mr. Txtugblin, the assignee, states the war. Mr. Geo. S Anderson« of
for May. and have had but three assess- that the stock will at once l»e opened to ville, York county, Penn , who saw the
“ menta for 1898. Concerning the effect of the public (probably tomorrow) anil sold hardest kind of service at the front, is
regardless of cost. The assignment was now frequently troubled with rheuma
4 enlisting in the war upon members of ent.rely a voluntary act ou the part of tism. "1 had a severe attack latelv,” he
A this order Grand Recorder Clark writes Mr. Apperson, at this time, who saw no says, “anti procured a bottle of Cham
better wav out of difficulties in which he berlain’s Pain Balm. Itdid so much good
The Evening Telegram, of Portland,
2 in Oregon.
It is the largest evening news
“All who have l>een admitted and even became involved during the years of fin that I wcnld like to know what you would
depression that thousands of others charge me for one dozen hotties.” Mr.
4 paper published in Oregon; it contains those who are hereafter admitted, will ancial
went down under. Wbetheror not this Anderson wanted it both for hie own use
all the news of the state and of the ■-
forfeit no rights by enlisting, and every closes the chapter of Mr. Apperson’s bus and to supply it to hie friends and neigh
nation. Try it for a month. A sample
death loss of that kind, will, I am sure, iness career in McMinnville, it is but bors, as every family should have a bot
copy wHt be mailed to you free. Addres,
be patriotically and honestly paid, and justice to say that during the thirteen tle of it in their home, not only for rheu Leave your measure at
he has carried on business he e, matism, hut lame back, sprains, swell
without any hesitation. The A. O. U. W. j years
the city and county has had no more ings, cute, bruises and burns, for which store for a tailor made suit of clothes.
is loyal and true, placing no premium broad-minded, liberal spirited and help- it is unequalled. For «ale by 8. Ho worth i They guarantee a tit and satisfaction or
on disloyalty.no discount on patriotism.” I fnl citizen-
Redmond*» Old Stand, - McMinnvifte
"Save her honor” and »till lore Cuba, but what
will y ju save if you lose your teeth by neglect
»nd a use? To tbose ot my patient» who have
ffrequt it dental examinations, I can assure
»reset ation of their teeth and small dental
bills. Not only Crown and Bridge work, but
every leparttnenl ot the dental art is made a
spccta.ty. You are invited to call.
War with Spain
Wallace & Walker.
Second-hand J New Goods
Canton Scotch J*
O. O. HODSON. I
....A Full Spring Line
Truck and Dray Co.
A. E. McKern