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Ciliaeu’a Maa, Meeliufi.
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
oi McMinnville and vicini
Ride a Columbia.
to meet at the opera
G. 8. Wright, dentist.
C. Grissen's new stock of wall paper. <>
house Saturday evening at 8 o’clock, to
Typewriter supplies at C. Gnseen's.
Dr. Nelson, dentist, in Union block.
consider the matter of celebrating Inde
W L. Hembree, agent for the Yost
Cali on W. L. Hembree for your picture pendence day. and to take such action as
may le agreed upon in furtherance of the
DR. LEROY LEWIS, Dentist.
A fresh Jersey cow for sale. Inquire of
A new machinist, Mr. Concoff, has lo object. By order of the Mayor.
J. H. Nelson.
cated io town. See bis advertisement.
farm for sale.
Buy your blank books at W. L. Hem
For ice cream, soda water, oranges,
120 acres near Whitesou. Dwelling
eroons, etc., go to T. A. White’s.
ÇALBREATH & GOUCHER,
It is a hard race if you have to run it
Prof. W. 1. Reynolds visited Portland house, 15 acres has been cultivated,
11200. Inquire of E. S. Remmiugton,
Wbileson, Yitmhill county.
The Grange store sells boys’ clothing
McCormick mowers and binders—the
at the lowest prices.
world’s best—for sale by F. W. Spencer.
(Office over llrsly’s Bank.)
Ride the Monarch Cycle Co’s
The city council has begun the work
A good house and barn with three lots
berland. (3a, Racket Store.
80x100 feet each, centrally and nicely lo
of graveling the streets.
Mrs Win. Ball of Portland was visit- cated in Lafavatte, for sale for less than
Miss Elvie Apperson came up from
£OOK & CABLE,
. one-half its value, if taken at once. In
Portland and spent last Sunday at homo ing friends in the city this week.
New stock of mixed paiuts at R. M. quire of J. E. Ilubbard, Lafayette, Ore.
The McMinnville Fence Works for
Wade & Co's.
Sew itlachlle Shop.
Wanted—At once, an experienced har Order a Royal suit of clothes at the
I. R. Concoif of Portland baa opened a
Grango & Farmers’ store.
Etsi.t W right .
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
general machine and blacksmithing shop
For Rent—A nine room bouse, central at Lingren’e old stand and does first-
Go to E. F. Sutherland if yon want a
ly located. Inquire at this office. 25-2 class work in bis line. He is expert
good job of horseshoeing.
The best 25-ceut meal in the city is ob If you get a kodak get an Eastman. with farm and threshing machinery’.
Give him a trial.
tainable at T. A. White’s restauraut. W. F. Dielschneider keeps them. 25tf
The contract for the carpentry work on
jyjATTHIES & BOOTH,
Mrs. Doi lie Love of Portland was the
The Colt Show.
guest of her sister, Mrs. Holt Nelson, the Christian church was on Wednes
’scolt exhibition occurred
day awarded to Henry Schenk at the
Saturday and was well patronized. There
The New Home and Wheeler & Wil
were 27 sucking colts exhibited, 2 year-
All necessary bicycle sundries may be I lings and one three-year-old—all fine de-
sewing machines, needles and extras
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
found at R. M. Wade & Co’s.
at C. Grisseu’s.
, scendantsof Vau S. and a proud family.
South side Third St. between B aud C.
Garner and Crumb, sentenced to the , W. B. Shurp’s colt took the blue ribbon
The concert for the benefit of St. James
Catholic church occurs at the opera penitentiary last fall from this county, 1 for general purpose qualities, and Mr.
have been pardoned and have returned Barber of North Yambill got first on
roadster. The judges on roadsters were
Mayor Chrisman is building a new home.
yy 11. LOGAN,
Bettman & Warieu caudle their eggs Ira Earhart, Tom Frazer and E. M
house south of bis residence, which will
' Wheeler. Those ou general purpose
before they leave the store.
be occupied by A. II. Gaunt.
I were: Duncan Roes. Geo. Allen and Al-
H. W. Gillingham has traded part of
I am located opposite Burns A Daniels and alm bis mountain ranch lor Daytou property Emergency corps social Saturday, please I fred Fletcher. Many said they were the
to give all customers good treatment for little and bo has moved to that city.
send it to the hall at 8 o’clock Saturday i finest lot of colts from one horse ever
money. Bath rooms In connection. Your pat
exhibited in the county.
As we have hitherto remarked, Judge morning.
Rambler and Ideal bicycles at the
Ramsey is a number one citizen. He
I was seriously afflicted with a cough
will continue to make his home in this Grange & Farmers Co’s, store.
for several years, and last fall had a more
Fly time is here. Screen doors, win severe cough than ever before. I have
Mrs. J. Justice of North Carolina, is dow screens and screen wire of all kinds used many remedies without receiving
Manufactures ana Doals in
visiting her sisters, Mrs Wm. F. Diel cheap at Hodson's.
much relief, and being recommeuded to
j Schneider and Mrs. E. C. Apperson. Mr.
College ball, June 11th, Edward B. try a bottle of Chamberlain’s Cough
Justice is canvassing the Sound country Fleck, pianist. Mr. Fleck is au "artist Remedy, by a friend, who knowing me
for the Waterman gold pen.
o. rare ability.”
to be a poor widow, gave it to me, I tried
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
There seems to be some sort of a pest
James Hutchcroft, son of G. B. Hutch it and with the most gratifying results.
-nd brushes, and sells them cheaper than they
( tin be bought anywhere else in the Willamette for most varieties of garden “sass” this croft of North Yamhill, died on Monday. The first bottle relieved me very much
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are
pronouncud unsurpassed by those who buy them. yeart and the gardener who has worm He bad been an invalid for a number of and the second has absolutely cured me.
I have not bad as good health for twen
less radishes and thrifty tomatoes is in yeurs, suffering from paralysis.
yy J. strono ,
The old reliable Bain wagon, all sizes ty years. Respectfully, Mrs. Mary A.
Don’t annoy others by your coughing, j and styles, broad and narrow tires, for Beard, Claremore, Ark. Sold by 8. Ho-
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
worth & Co.
and risk your life by neglecting a cold. ; sale by F. W. Spencer.
D. M. Caldwell loees the office of coun
One Minute Cough Cure cures coughs,
John M. Gunning, auditor of Lincoln
colds, croup, grippe and ali throat aud ; county, Wash., with his wife, visited ty treasurer by three votes. This is un
COLLARS, lung trouble. Rogers Bros.’ Pharmacy.
usually clogo, and if Davy bad known
at. Wm. Gunning’s last week. John M.
Miss Ina Cooper, who has been em I lived in this county 13 years ago. They what was coming he believes he could
ployed as printer at The Dalles, returned , are well pleased with the looks of Ore easily have rustled a few more friends.
All work guaranteed as represented. Repairing home for a brief visit last week, but will
This reminds old timers of several in
of all kinds promptly done. First door south oi
in which there bus been a tie
McMinnville National Bank.
shortly visit her sister at Pullman, Waeh.
Hot weather is here and you will need
Miss Cooper has regained the best of garden hose, sprinklers and lawn mow vote in this county
Van S. will be at Commercial stables
ers. Hodson has them.
Monday afternoons and Tuesdays, Wed-|
Considerable work has been performed
Fletcher & Co., the new blacksmiths, nesdays and Thursdays at Sheridan and
by the force employed on the locks below
Lafayette. The banks are being cut have an ad in this issue. Mr. D. C. Fridays and Saturdays at McMinnville.
Third St., between E and F.
down, timber cut away, and piling driv Fletcher is late from California and has Balance of time at North Yamhill. The
en in the center of the river. A commodi a splendid reputation as a first-class other horse, Baron Douglas, will be at i
Wilscn & Henderson, Props.
ous house for the keeper is under con mechanic. His family will arrive this I Commercial stables all the time except
Wednesdays and Thursdays, when he
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by
Always in the lead—the “Stearns Yel- j will be at Sheridan.
J. W. H kmry . j
There are three little things which do
rtav, week or month. Commercial travelers
low Fellow,” with the King, (35, second j
conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates.
more work than any other three little |
in life with a'
Give us a call.
things created—they are the ant, the bee best, at C. Griesen’s.
headache, constipation and biliousness?
Grand concert this (Friday) evening Thousands experience them who could
and DeWitt’s Little Early Risers, the
last being the famous little pills for stotn- , for the benefit of St. James’ church become perfectly healthy by using De- ,
ach and liver troubles. Rogers Bros.’ j promises to be a great treat. Rev. Mr. Witt’s Little Early’ Risers, the famous
Morrow will give a short talk on “Why little pills. Rogers Bros.' Pharmacy.
The Indian war veterans met in this should American Catholics be Loyal to
Rev. Geo. W Fender, the new pastor
their Country aud the Flag.”
city on Saturday and reelected officers.
of the Cumb. Presbyterian church, will
Come and hear Edward Fleck, Satui- arrive early next week from the eart. No
Lee Laughlin was chosen captain. Geo.
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful Olds first lieutenant, Green Rowland, day, June Uth. He is without an equal
preaching service will bn held at the
handling guaranteed. Collections will be made
inoutbly. Ifauling of all kinds done cheap.
second lieutenant, C. A. Wallace, order in the state. College ball, June 11th.
church next Sunday.
New wagons, buggies, backs, Garden
ly sergeant, Mr. McMillan flag bearer,
George Olds, John Crimmins and all ex City and Morrison plows, etc., for sale
captains delegates to the Portland en by C. D. Johnson, B street.
We are anxious to do a little good in ammunition and everything for camp
THE McJUINN V BLUE
this world and can think of no pleasanter life at Hodson’s.
or better way to do it than by rec- j Chas. L. Smith, the sawmill man at
omtnending One Minute Cough Cure as the bead of the Nestucca, was in to re
Then a good watch is indis
a preventive of pneumouia, and con-1 joice with us over the good republican
A watch is not an
—McMinn vllle, Oregon.—
sumption and other serious lung troubles victory, and to order a little printing.
and only car- j
Paid up Capital, #.50,000 that follow neglected colds. Rogers Better times appear to have affected him
it used to
him in comrnoD with all other lumber
S. H. Marie, the gardener, says the men.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
late warm days are cooking the straw Perfect register piusical society, No. 1, but a necessity to everyone
berries, so that his crop will be short was organized Wednesday, June 8th, at
Orfico Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. tn.
who values their time, and the
ened about one-fourth. Mr. Maris is Bellevue, with R. A. Stow, president;
cost is a secondary consider
C. Gilson, vice president; Wm. Duerst,
LEE LA Udii LIN, President.
J. L. ROVERS. Vice-President.
place of the big Sharpless in size, yet of secretary; Harry Chapin, treasurer; J. ation.
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
improved flavor. He learns by observa K. Conner, sergeant-at-arms; Prof. J.
A good, first-class time
W. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier.
tion that the consumer calls for the large C. Gove, musical director.
keeper for $6.50, better for
berry first, though berries of choicer fla The Woodman’s Circle gave a farewell
vor sit alongside.
reception to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Todd, at i
Good gold fills from $11 up,:
Bishop Morris of the Episcopal church the residence of E. W. Wallace, Wed
for those who want
visited the McMinnville parish Tuesday nesday evening. It took the popular I
evening and held confirmation services form of a surprise party, aud we are in them.
WOOD WORKER for three new members, assisted by Rev. formed was a great succeaain all respects. We guarantee all of our
will repair vour Buggies and Wagon», manufac Geo. Plummer of Corvallis. The bishop Mr. and Mrs. Todd leave in about two watches.
ture Office Furniture. Book case» Wardrobe».
Brackets. Whatnot, and all kinds of wood work has just entered his 80th year, yet his weeks for Tillamook.
W m . F. D ielschneider ,
step ie vigorous and his hair but little
Two Door« East of City Stables.
Children and adults tortured by burns,
whitened, «nd he works harder than scalds, injuries, eczema or skin diseases
most men of middle age. Twenty-nine may secure instant relief bv using De Two door« below P. 0.
years have elapsed since hie first visit to Witt’s Witch Hazel Salve. It is the
1 Do You
the church here as bishop.
great Pile remedy. Rogers Bros.’ Phar D. C. FLETCHER & CO.
Know the News
comee to running for office, though he
The Reporter takes pride in its com
ran against a very good man. Hie big plete and correct table of election returns.
majority is well explained by a friend. Other papers will have It next week, but
You can have it all for
Ed has taught school in Willamina and it will not tie news then. The Reporter
Sheridan, lives in McMinnville, wee born man burned the midnight oi) in order to
Per... Ef|/v Per...
in Lafayette, has a brother in Newberg, getthenewsto his readers in accurate
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married a wife in Willamette, ha« rela and satisfactory aha;« while
tives in West Chehalem, his father ran and in demand.
In Tl.e Evening Telegram, of Portland, -,
Oregon. It is the largest evening new»- « at large in the county a few days before
The ladies’ guild of the Episcopal
paper published >n Oregon : it contain» T election, and E<1 is liked everywhere.
church will give a patriotic entertain-
all th, news of the state and of the g
Whooping cough ie the most distress merit at the o;a-ra house, Friday even
nation. Try It for a month. A sample <y
ing malady ; but ite duration can l>e cut ing. June 17th. A good program will be General Black.m ithlng and Repairing Do
copy will be mailed to youfree. Addres,
ebort by the use of One Minute Cough
consisting of national songs, ap First-Cla*.- honeehong Track or mad shoeing
t Cure, which is also the beet known reme rendered
propriate recitations and tableaux, fol done in the beat style of the art. Fann and
2 dy for croup and all lung and bronchial lowed by a social evening. Admission Threshing machinery repaired
troubles. Rogers Bros.' Pharmacy.
15 cents. Ice cream aud cake 10 cents.
Shop Opposite Hotel Yamhill.
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“Save her honor” and nt ill lose Cuba, but what
will you save if you lose your teeth by neglect
and abuse ” To those of my patients who have
frequent dental examinations, I can assure
preservation of their teeth and stila¡1 dental
bills. Not only Crown and Bridge work, but
every department of thè dental art is made a
specialty. You are Invited to cull.
THE RACKET STORE.
Perhaps there is nothing
costing so little which tends
to beautify so much as Laces
long been known as headquar
ters for these goods.
The entire stock of General Merchandise belonging to A.
J. Apperson will be closed out at bed rock prices.
wanting Good Goods at Low Prices will do well to call early
while the stock is complete.
LEE LAUGHLIN, Assignee.
But I go on forever,"—»aid Tenny6onconcernmg the river.
War with Spain
Yamhillers may go, but we remain to supply your
wants in the Grocery line. Among
these wants will be
The country will not be depopulated, and those
remaining must live.
Necessaries of life cheapest at our Grocery.
Truck and Dray Co.
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4Î "Men may come, and men may go,
Wallace & Walker.
If Your Time
Is Worth Anything
R. M. Wade & Co.,
As usual are opening up
an active Spring Trade in
And all Lines of Hardware.
8 Bicycles _
More sold already this year than during all
of last. They go like hot cakes, because
the price is low and the quality equal to the
Full Line of Fishing Tackle. See us for bargains.
! Champion Blanndy^wers s
HODSON HAS THEfD *
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