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The above euteriainnwut m as well ut-
J. H. Nelqm, dentist.
lethle-i Friiiiy evening. A lung program ■
Millinery in exchange for country pro- was icti'lered by piano pupil» of Mrs
due.e at Eva Martin’s.
Evenden an»i the ladies Treble Clef club,
Don’t call a man ‘'colonel" now ; call aluo under Mrs. Evenden’a instruction.
Of the pupils there were almoet all sizes
him “admiral" or “commodore."
and shades of efficiency, and the eloee
The editor of this paper has a good
J'ur thirteen years this woman suffered from a help
observer could easily see the develop
GIVES THE CHOICE OF
phaeton for sale. Price $35.
less infirmity which baffled skillful medical treatment.
ment that comes with the progrese of TWO TRANSCONTINENTAL
Kxprebfl Trains beavo Portland Daily
Why not buy yon a first grade wheel-
years au»l practice. Pupils who had a
.She was restored to health in a remarkable manner^
Columbia is the cheapest in the end.
part were: Misses Florence Dielschnoi*
Portland......... 6.00 P M I San Francisco.. .7:45 A iK
and is now helpful to other sufferers.
I ¿au Francisco.*:'*) PMI Po tlund........... 9kH)A M
Misa Margaret Trumbull of Olympia - der, Vera Fenton, Pearl Campbell, Edna
I Above trains stop at all stabil« betweeu Poif-
For thirteen years Mrs. George L. Rogers,
“I tried different docton and many pro and Mr Hairy Ballinger were married 1 Itidson, Graca Sutherland, Marie Irvine,
land aud Salvia. Turner, Marlon, JeSenou.
of West Main Street, Canton, N. Y., suffered prteUry remedies, but no permanent beae- on April 26tli.
| I Kua
Rua Goucher, Cecile Wilcox, Elvie Aje
Albany, Tangent. Siiedds, Halsey, Harriabutj;.
from the indescribable tortures of inflam i bl was obtained.
Junction City, Eugvno, 1. iltagu Grove, Drain.
aud all ___
lloauburg to Ash-
sell you new, and put you in good shape Maud Hobbs. Rebecca Dumplirey, Letha
1 land Inclusive.
Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People.
Only persons who have been afflicted
Hoseburg ¡Hail Dally.
“Before I had finished the first box 1 began for spring work. L-ee him.
. Henry, Fleta Magers, Fern Stout and)
with this disease know what such suffer to feel that they were doing me good.
Spokane Salt Lake I Portland LEAVE:
s:30AM | Roseburg
I “ I continued using them and steadily
loan on farm property, at good terms.
Those who have never felt the pangs of I grew better.
an»l Miss Spencer appearod in vocal
“I have used thirteen boxes of the pills i 12if
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
this ailment have not the remotest idea of
M c C ain , I rvine & V inton .
and to-day feel better than for the past fif
parts. Several iuhtrumental duets were
PULL.MHN * BUFFBT
A McMinnville girl w tio desired to |x>ai !
For years this was an obstinate disease teen years.
“My appetite is good: Ifeeibright,cheer up ou the navy, lias purchased a copy of j
In recent years, however, there has been ful and have a desire to live and enjoy society. “.Ships that Pass in the Night.”
LOWEST RATES TO ALL
SECOND CLASS SLEEPING CARS,
The Treble Clef club gave three num
formulated a remedy which successfully
“I have been a member of the Methodist
In the spring is the time to paint your I
copes with it.
church for many years, but lor six years
bers with charming effect, and was en
Attached to all Through Trains.
bouse. Let R. M. Wade & Co. figure on ' cored in every case. It was their first
The many cureseffected by Dr. Williams’ was unable to attend.
West Bide Division.
“Now I am able to attend the church your paint bill.
Pink Pills for Pale People attest to that fact.
I public appearance, and there is no Leave Portland Every 5 Days BETWEEN PORTLAND a ND CORVALLIS
One of the striking examples is Mrs. services regularly and certainly appreciate
R. I.. Bewley has bought the interest question that they excel any like num
Mail Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
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“I consider Dr. Williams’ Pink Filh for I of J. VV. Bewley in the Bewley livery ber of male voices that could begotten to
In speaking of it to a reporter she said:
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“Thirteen years ago I was attacked with - Pale People a wonderful medicine and am firm at Sheridan.
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gether in this city. The club is com
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inflammatory rheumatism and a complica confident no other remedy could have
F. VV. .Spencer will give yon the inside posed of the following ladies:
tion of diseases.
effected the wonderful cure they have M
At Albany and Corvallis connect with
“I cannot begin to describe my sufferings my case.
on price if volt wish to purchase a new
Soprano I.—.Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. Tal
trains of Or. Central <t Eastern Ry.
during that time.
“ I am glad to state this, hoping that rome buggy this spring.
mage, Miss Ramsey.
“You can judge somewhat of what 1 sufferer may profit by it and obtain relief.”
OREGON, GEO. W. ELDER and1 Express Train Daily, (Except Sunday.)
It was nature’s own remedy that acenn- i A daughter was born to the wife ol 1 Soprano 11.—Mrs. Strong, Miss Nichol,
endured, when you look at these liands."
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CITY OF TOPEKA
plisbed this cure caused by impure bkod, i ('apt. H. 8. Maloney on Wednesday of Miss Stella Patty.
They were distorted, twisted and swollen.
7:30 P M I Ar
“ My foot, too, is so much out of shape | for Dr. Williams’ Pink Pills for Pale People ' last week.
Alto I.—Mrs. Ramsey, Mrs. Young, Leave Portland every B days' 8:30 P M I Ar Independence
that the big toe lays across the others, the are composed of vegetable remedies ttixt
Miss Elva Apperson.
far Alaska Points.
Direct connection at San I-'raucisco with Occi
exert a powerful influence in purifying and I Cold water alabaatine, mixed paints,
end touching the little toe.
Alto II.—Mrs. Barnhart,Miss Spencer, i Steamers monthly from Portland to Yokohonta . dental and Oriental aud i'acitlc Mail steamship-
“Notwithstanding I am sixty-five years enriching the blood. Many diseases Lng ' leads and oils of all kinds. Hodson sells
lines for JAl'AN AND CHINA. Sailing date« oil
Miss Mattie Fink.
old, have a pleasant home and other com- I supposed by the medical profession to be them cheap
ship Co. in connection with O. R. A N.
Hates and tickets to Eu’tern points aud Eurcrae.
forts, life to me was far from enjoyable, for incurable have succumbed tu ths poten.
For Rill information call on O. It. 4 N.
japan , china , H onolulu and ac *
B. F. McLaughlin, one of the editois
The Star mills made a Hale Friday ev RHODES A. HHODF.M, Agents,
•11 other things pale into insignificance when influence of these P'H»- This universal
TRALIA, can be obtained from (J. A. Wilcox,
remedy is sold by all druggists.
you are without good health.
McMinnville, Or. 1
of the Sheridan Sun, was married on ening of 14,000 bushels of wheat at 87
C. II. MARKHAM,
* II IICRLHLKT,
I April 20th, to Miss Ida M. Finley of Sil- cents per bushel. The wheat market han
Gen. Freight and Passenger Agent.
been making a steady rise for Beveral
R. KOEHLER, Manager.
MIV1E I.OBÜ REASONS
Hodson will sell von window shade« at davs
The Shasta Route
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BarrisT--Service* Bunduy 11 a. ni. and
7:30 p. ni ; Funday Bchootl»:50 n in.; th<
young people’s sooietv 'i:K> p iu
-------- o Thursday
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meeting first Thursday et i-iLing before the
first Sunday of euch month.
It. W. K ing , Pastor.
M cthodiht E piicoi - ai -Services every
Sabbath 11:00 a. m. and 7 __ :3D p
school U:30 a m. Prayer
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7:00 r p
in. Thuraday. V. T. S ummerville , Pastor
P kehbytkrixx -Services every Sab
bath 11:00 a m and 7:3e p. ni. Sunday
school 0:30 a. in. V. P. C. E., Sunday 0:2Mi
p ui. Prayer meeting Thursday, 7:30 p. m
Services in (lie < hristian church Pre.ich-
ingeverv Lord’s day al 11 a in. and 7:30
p in Young people's mooting at <1:30 p.
in. Sunday School at '.):4.:> a. in. l’rayei
meeting Thursday, 7:30p. m.
F. A. P owell , Pastor.
S t . J ames E piscopal <hiuncu —Itev <1
mouth, morning and evening,
vices other Sundays.
S t . J ames C atholic —First at. between
G and II. Sunduv school 2:30 p.
. m. Ves-
per» 7 80. Service* once ;; n month.
T. .1 M or now, Recto”.
W. C T. U.—Meets on every Fri
day at 2:30 p. m. in reading room, Kegp
V irginia \V. G bovek , Pres.
E lva P. N eal , Sec.
8ECRET ORln KH.
K nowlm C hapter No, 12, <). K. R.—Meets at
Masonic hall the 2d and 4th Monday evening
In each month. Visiting members cordially in
MRS EMMA SNELLING, \V. M.
MRS. KATE HEATH. Hee
A. O. U. VV.—Charily Lodge No. 7 meets tir^t and
third Fridays of each month, 7:30 p. in. Lodge
room In Union block
W H. FLETCHER, M. \V.
J. D. BAKER, Recorder.
Yamhill Lodge No. 10 D. of ¡1. meets in Union
hall second and fourth Friday evenings of each
C uhtkr P ost N o . 9—Meets the second and fourth
Saturday of each mouth in Wright’s hull hi 10 'W
h . in. Ah members of the older are cordia ly
iuvited to attend oiu mvetiiwh
GEO. W. KEENE, Commander.
J. B. STILWELL, Adjt
E lvira A mfmbi . y N o lb. U nited A rtisans -
Meet flrst end thin! Monday nights of each month
at 7 00 p. m in Union block
W G HEN PERSON. M. A
J. W. BONES. Sec.
T rade M arks
C opyrights 4c
Ait rone sending a sketch and description may
qulokiy Mcvrtuin our opinion free whether an
indention is probably patentable. Com munira
tiQM «trivtlyoonOdenttai« Handbook on Patents
•ent free. Oldeet aaency for securing patents.
Patents taken through Munn A Co. receive
tgwUil netios, without char««. In the
▲ hajkWomely illustrated weekly, laraeet Mr-
votation of any eclentlOo tournai Terms, IS a
four months, |L Sold by all newsdealers.
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The One Great Standard Auiborliy,
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attive k . f; Supreme C ourt.
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to Und ttie word w ante»:
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GET THE BEST.
I^^Spacimo« F«a«* aast ou appUcaiioo to
G. <*C. MEWETA.tr CO.. Cnhlfahera,
While it is rather hard on the pro 1 15 cents. Ingrain wall paper at 30 cents
hibitionists that- M. D. Markham '• and white backs at .5 cents.
should decline the nomination for Frank Abram Powell will preach next
state printer, yet the reasons lie gives I Lord’s day at 11 a. in. on “How Faith
Comes,’’ and at 8 p. in. on “Compel
are as solid as Gibralter itself. He I Them to Come In.”
says they are as follows: “First—|
Mrs. Mary Hall and Mrs. l’oliey of
That we have two leading parties, | j Beloit,
Wis., have leased Wayne Car
one of which, in my judgment, is ad-'
lin’s residence. Mrs. Carlin will reside
vocating principles which, if carried ’ with her mother in Portland.
into effect, would be ruinous to our
The Reporter is prepared to print your
government, hence it behooves every horse bills. We have a complete line of
good patriotic citizen to see that his cuts anti can put up a hill suitable for
vote is not thrown away, but east for any animal in the county. Prices low.
the party that stands for wliat we The graduating class of the public
think is an honest government, and schools is having a group picture made,
not a repudiation of any of our con with Paul Cooper as the center piece,
Paul having quit school to enter the
“Second—Because your national army.
convention in 1896 was made up of Two desirable upstairs rooms in St.
two elements that proved that they , Charles building for rent. Suitable for
had the great money issue at heart | offices or living rooms. inquire of N. E.
above prohibition, hence divided.
“Third— My plan for doing prohi
bition work is for every true temper
ance prohibition Christian voter to 1 died on the 2Bth of April at Santa Rosa,
go to the primaries of his own party Calif., of nervous prostration. Miss Bur
nett was u sister of Mrs. D. S. Holman.
and try to elect good temperance
Rev. W. B. Farr, D. D., late of
men for your delegates, and if you
Calif., will till the pulpit of the
are not strong enougli to carry your
primaries you are not strong enough Cumberland Presbyterian church one
week from Sunday. It ia possible Dr.
to carry an election; then you run Farr may be called to this church as
no risk of throwing your influence pastor.
toward any other than a stable gov Politicians of the county are requested
ernment, with an honest dollar; pro to remember that June 1st, 18U8, is pio
vided, however, that you vote for neer day in Yamhill county, and it isde-
the party who advocates those prin < aired that uo speaking be held ou that
ciples, which I think the most of you day. Candidates are cordially invited
to attend the meeting at Amity, and eat
dinner with the pioneers.
ENCOI It WIM fTGI HFJI.
For the next 30 days I will sell wall
I paper at wav dowu price» to make room
I for new stock on the way. I do not carry
wall paper as a aide issue. This is your
H. C. B urns .
The balance of trade in favor of the
United States during the last six
months of the calendar vear, 1897,
amounted to the sunt of $175,036.060.
During the first two months of this
E. N. Ford, wife aud youngest child
year the total exports from the1 will ieave next Wednesday for Battle
United States of domestic products I Creek, Mich., where Mr. Ford will enter
amounted to $200,015,851. The total the sanitarium for the lienetit of his
imports for the same time amounted ; health. The length of their absence in
to $103,888,787, leaving a balance of the east will lie determined by tbe bene
trade for the two months amounting
W hooping cough is the most dietressuig
malady ; but its duration can be cut short
The balance of trade in our favor by the use of One Minute Cough Cure,
the first eight months under the Ding- which is also the best known remedy for
lev bill $271,163,025. Considerable croup an»l all lung and bronchial troubles.
of this went to pay off American Hill's Pharmacy.
debts in Europe. The total amount
D. W. Ralston having sold his interest
of money in circulation in the United in cattle has made a venture in mules.
Stales on April 1st, 1897, was $1.669. • I Last week he bought font teen hesd while
001,694 The total amount in circu I in Portland, and has them on pasture
lation among the people of the United out on the Guthrie place. He will in the
States outside of the treasury on near future put them up at public sale to
April 1st, 1898, is $1,756,058,645. an the highest bidtier.—Sheridan Bun.
increase of the actual money In cir Do you know, that Elsia Wright carries
culation among the people outside of ■ a full line of lubricating oils for machin-
the treasury of $87.047,949. Of thisjery ? Owners of valuable harvesting and
amount March furnished an increase other machinery cannot afford to expier
of $29.681,986. These facts certainly iment with Poor oils He «arriwi the l'est
furnish evidence of considerable jn' on the market and they are warranted
I not to gum.
crease of prosperity.
The total amount of gold coin in
quarrel in Sauter’s saloou Saturday even-
the United States April 1st, 1898, is
, ing, in which the latter got a cut in the
$729,385,818. The total amount of region of the neck which required sever
all classes of currency in circulation al stitches at the hands of a surgeon. I
at the same date, in the treasury aud 1; Newell waived examination on Wednes
in circulation, is $2,413,736.148.
day and was bound over to the grand jury
I arm t« Trata.
A tarin near Newberg, consisting of
240 actes. 100 in cultivation, to exchange
for a larger place. Inquire at tbia office
A Naw Drpariarr.
The latest and newest pattern* of wall i
paper just arrived at C. Griesen'«. 9tf
Which is better, to thoroughly
cleanse and purify the blood just
now, or make yourself liable to
the many dangerous ailments
which are so prevalent during
summer? Impurities have been
accumulating in the blood all
winter, and right now is the time
to get rid of them. A thorough
course of Swift’s Specific is needed
to cleanse the blood and puri
fy the system, toning up and
strengthening it all over. Those
who take this precaution now are
comparatively safe all summer;
but to ue^lect it is to invite some
form of sickness which ia so com
mon during the trying hot season.
It is now that a course of Swift’s
U uuuuulwuuj ^^
The New York Weekly Tribune.
and your favorite homo paper
will accomplish so much toward
rendering the system capable of
resisting the evil influences which
both 1 YEAK for $1.25.
are so liable to attack it during
Address all orders to
the summer when sickness 19 so CASH IN ADVANCE.
abundaut. It is the best tonic
aud system-builder on the market,
because it is a real blood remedy
N. Y. Tribune Almanac
aud is made solely to search out The
clou of the United Htates. the Constitution of the State of New Torl^ the DiDg?^j *Tarijlfbill °wTtb a
and remove all impurities, and eompariaon of old and new rates; Proldcni MeKu.k-y s Cabinet ku<l app%i4e« .iitasMdor“
etc ; the peraouut-1 ol Congreu,, names 01 principal < j dicers of the djt erent State», com
supply an abundance of pure, rich Conauls,
«fn,l,l:gpttiferol0 rthe Arm> »nd ->»vy, with their aalanes, Tables of Public .-utlm ca* Election
and red blood. S. S. S. is made Returns, Part} Platforms and Committee«, complete articles on the currency. Gold an* Sliver arid
v“‘,a,“ouut of oll‘.<-r vxluableinformation. The standard American almanac, autte irltatlve and
exclusively of roots and herbs, * complete,
corresponding in rank with Whittaker’s Almanac iu Europ»?
PRICE 23 CENTS. Poatage patd. Send alt orders to
and is Nature’s own remedy. It
THE REPORTER, McMinnville. Oregon.
is purely vegetable, and is the
only blood remedy guaranteed tc
contain no potash, mercury or
other mineral. Be sure to get S.
S. 9. There ia nothing half ac
They banish pain
and prolong life.
ELY’S CREAM BALM Is a poalttvaeure.
Apply Into the ooatrtls. It Is quickly absorbed, io
cants at Tlruejiat« or by mall : sample« 10c. by mall
£LY BROTHERS, M Warren St., Naw Tort city.
NOTICE FOR PI HI IC1TIOÌ.
Land USlce at Oregon City, Oraguu
April 21at, 1S98.
Is hereby given that the following
in the sum of $260.
named «ettier ha« filed notice of his tn-
. lentlon to make final proof in support of bls
Van S. will l>e at Commercial stablee j claim, and that said proof will be made before
the county clerk of Yamhill County, at Mc
Monday afternoon» and Tuesdays, Wed Minnville. Oregon, on June ltth, 1S9». via,
T Long. H E KMSl. for the north half
nesdays and Thursdays at Sheridan and of southwest
quarter, north half of southeast
Fridays anti .'Saturdays at McMinnville. quarter of section 4, township * 3. K. « W.
H.» name- the following wttneases to prove
Balance of time at North Yainhilf. The l his continuous residence upon and cultivation
said land, viz. Stgphin a , D Walket, George
other hot-se. Baron Douglas, will 1« at of
B M Todd and Jasper Agee of Mc Minnville,
Oregon, and Thomas N Faulconer of Sheridan,
Commercial stables all the time.
J. W H enry .
CHAS B. MOORES, Raglster
No matter what the matter is, one will do you
good, and you can get ten for five cents.
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