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To those of my patients uho
_^trequriit dental examinations, I van assure
prescrvAtion of their teeth and small dental
bills. 5<>t only < Town and Bridge work but
evert department of the dental art is made a
specialty. You are invited to cal).
RnLKROV LEWIS, Dentist.
Mrs. E. 8. Warren and daughter Mil
G. S. Wright, dentist.
dred have been visiting in Brownsville.
Ride a Columbia.
A reduction of ten per cent on all
C. Grissen’s new stock of wall paper. 6
straw hats, ladies’ waists and all bummer
Call on W. L. Hembree for your picture
■ goods at the Grauge store.
The Reporter, by means of its excel
Frank C. Ferguson was over to Salem lent news service, is able to give full otl^
cial returns of the state election in this
For ice cream, soda water, oranges, issue.
etuons. etc., go to T. A. White’s.
I am able to furnish loaus on first-class
Miss Fern Stout will attend Pacific farm security, from *2,01» upward, at 7
university at Forest Grove next year.
per cent interest; loans to run from 3 to
McCormick mowers and binders—the 5 years. Parties wishing to borrow mon-
world’s best—for sale by F. W. Spencer. I ey, call and see me.
R. L. C onner .
Ride the Monarch Cycle Co’s Cum Mr. James M. Pugh of Salem has
berland. *35, Racket Store.
bought the abstract business of Frank C.
New stock of mixed paints at R. M. Ferguson. He will move to this city in
Wade & Co’s.
about two weeks. Mr. Ferguson says
All necessary bicycle sundries may be he ss open for a job.
found at R. M. Wade & Co’s.
Mrs. M. N. Graves of Centralia, state
Bettman A Warren candle their eggs organizer of the Women's Christian Tem
before they leave the store.
perance Union, of western Washington,
If you wish a perfect physique throw will speak at McMinnville, on Sunday
corsets to the dogs and take my breath next, 11 a. m., in the Christian church.
All are invited. Mrs. Graves will speak
The old reliable Bain wagon, all sizes in the Methodist church in the evening.
The ladies’ guild of the Episcopal
and styles, broad and narrow tires, for
church will give a patriotic entertain
sale by F. W. Spencer.
N ew I dea P atterns at Eva Martin’s. ment at the opera house tonight. The
Guaranteed to be equal to the best, and program will consist of violin selections
by Mr. Henry Bettman, songs by Miss
all at the uniform price of ten cents.
Snyder and Mrs. Talmage, “Yankee
Hot weather is here and you will need Doodle up-to-date” by Willie Snyder,
garden hose, sprinklers and lawn mow tableaux and recitations. Admission 15
ers. Hodson has them.
cents. Ice cream and cake, 10 cents,
Always in the lead—the “Stearns Yel served after the program.
low Fellow,” with the King, *35, second
Chas. P. Nelson, manager of the
best, at C. Grissen’s.
Grange store, expects to start next Tues
New wagons, buggies, hacks, Garden day morning for Nashville, Tenn., to at
City and Morrison plows, etc., for sale tend the national Christian Endeavor
by C. D. Johnson, B street.
convention. He will be absent about
Tents, stoves, fishing tackle, fish eggs, three weeks, and will visit the Omaha
ammunition and everything for camp exposition on the return. This will be
life at Hodson’s.
Mr. Nelson’s first view of the great world
The new county officers will enter up east of the Rockies, and he naturally
on the discharge of their duties with the contemplates it with much pleasure.
sitting of the county court, July 6th
Notice for Hid«.
Prof. Thomas Van Scoy of the Portland
invited for the several mater
university, has accepted the presidency
ial and work required to construct a one
of the Montana Wesleyan university.
story brick, as per plans and specifica
Died—On the farm of John Goodrich tions. Plans at Dresser & Hendrick’s
on Dayton prairie, Sunday, June 19th, store.
M. E. H endru - k .
Ray Wood, aged 25 years. Deceased
leaves a wife and one child.
horses. Also light
J. O. Rogers will Ise deputy county
clerk under J. H. Nelson. This is 3-inch wagon to trade for heavy one. In
believed to be a wise choice, as Jim is quire at F. W. Spencer’s.
a fine penman and a very courteous and
Dr. A. A. Barr
The skillful optician of Portland, will
Mrs. W. J. Simonds and Mrs. H. A. be in McMinnville Tuesday, July 5tb,
Reasoner of Whatcom, Wash., are in the and remain through the week. The
city on their annual visit to their par doctor will outfit your eves at a very
ents, Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Adams. These reasonable charge if you give him the
ladies are twin daughters.
At. the annual meeting of the Oregon
Pioneer association in Portland last week,
A good house and barn wi.th three lots
Judge Wm. Galloway presided. Benton
Killen was elected president and Geo. 80x100 feet each, centrally and nicely lo
cated in Lafayette, for sale for less than
Frank Rennie’s friends are petitioning one-half its value, if taken at once. In
Governor Lord to appoint him to the po quire of J. E. Hubbard, Lafayette, Ore.
sition of a commissioned officer. Frank
Boh Moore, of Lafayette, Ind., says
is an altogether worthy and capable
for constipation he has found De
soldier, and would discharge such duties
’s Little Early Risers to be perfect.
with fidelity and ability.
They never gripe. Try them for stom
Prof. Henry Bettman, the proficient ach and liver troubles. Rogers Bros.’
violinist and instructor of San Francisco, Pharmacy.
is spending his summer vacation with
his parents in this city. Mrs. Strehl and
Van S. will be at Commercial stables
son of that city are also visiting at Mr. Monday afternoons and Tuesdays, Wed
nesdays and Thursdays at Sheridan and
Surveyor C. E. Branson has been given Fridays and Saturdays at McMinnville.
the government contract for surveying Balance of time at North Yamhill. The
townships 8 south, lange 10 west and 4 other horse, Baron Douglas, will be at
south, range 9 west. The former lies in Commercial stables all the time except
the Siletz reservation, the latter around Wednesdays and Thursdays, when he
will be at Sheridan.
J. W. H enrv .
Heb<j, in Tillamook county.
G. S. Wright, dentist.
See the calf in the Racket store ad.
Typewriter supplies at C. Grissen’s.
W. L. lleiubree, agent for the Yost
A fresh Jersey cow for sale. Inquire of
J. II. Nelson.
Buy your blank books at W. I., lletn-
^Al.BREATH & GOUCHER.
lion. T. B. Handley was visiting in
and Surgeons. the city on Monday.
M alter Holman has returned from New
(Otflce over Braly's Bank.)
ork after several years’ absence.
N c M innvili . c
O bioon .
A pretty fair buggy and harness for
♦35. Inquire at this office.
£OOK & CABLE,
The best 25-cent meal in the city is ob
tainable at T. A. White’s restaurant.
Miss Nena Nicklin is expected home in
and Surgeons. about
two weeks frojn Redlands, Cali
Rooms in Jacobson Blhck,
M c M innvillk ,
O regon .
The New Home and Wheeler & Wil
son sewing machines, needles and extras
at C. Grissen’s.
Miss Valeria Patty and her guest, Miss
Tennessee Henry, are visiting friends in
jy^ATTHIES & BOOTH,
Salem this week.
Fly time is here. Screen doors, win
dow screens and screen wire of all kinds
cheap at Hodson’s.
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
Amasa Sanders is in attendance at the
South side Third St. between B and C.
teachers’ institute. That tenor voice of
his is a great help out in the singing.
For sale at a bargaip, a tubular frame
Buckeye binder all complete.
yy H. LOGAN,
T. D. H enderson .
Ralph Knapp, a former college stu
dent, who lett during the winter, is now-
I am located opposite Burns & Daniels and aim employed on an Oregon City newspaper.
to give all customer« good treatment for little
Sheridan has decided to have a little
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat
celebration of her own. Hon. C. C. Lin
den w ill expound the beauties of the im
mortal declaration, says the Sun.
Are von going to paint your house?
Consult Elsia Wright about paints and
Manufactures and Deals in
oils. He will give you the best material
at least cost.
M rs. C. J. Handley of San Francisco
arrived last week on a visit to her sister,
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
wild brushes, and sells them cheaper than they M rs. C. D. Johnson.
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette
Adolf Matthies, the butcher, was kept
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them. at home the first of the week with illness
from stomach trouble.
yy J. STRONG,
Special bargains in belts and sash rib
bons at Eva Martin’s. All Bpring millin
Dealer in and Manufacturer of
ery marked down for a Fourth of July
Wm. Parker of Ballston lias been
elected principal of the Dallas schools.
Prof. Buchanan has retired from the pro
fession to practice law.
All work guaranteed as represented. Repairing
of all kinds promptly done. First door south ot
The Southern Pacific company is gath
McMinnviile National Bank.
ering statistics of the number of acres of
orchard planted to prunes, and the dis
tance from the railroad stations.
Miss McCann, a sister of Mrs. Leroy
Lewis, is attending the institute. She
Third St., between E and F.
rendered a very difficult selection with
skill and ability Monday evening, at the
Wilson & Henderson, Props.
reception given the teachers.
- O. C. Emery, formerly editor of the
Everything flrat-class. Horses boarded by
day, week or month. Commercial travelers Independent at Newberg, and member
conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates.
of the hold-up legislature, is now foreman
Give us a call.
of a republican paper at Burr Oak,
Dr. and Mrs. Lowe expect to roach Mc
Minnville by the glorious fourth. Mrs.
g E. COULTER.
Lowe writes she longs for some Oregon
cherries. Those in Carolina are sour and
Truck and Dray Co. unpalatable.
J. S. Van Winkle has instituted a con
Goods of all descriptions moved, and careful
handling guaranteed. Collections will be made test against Frank Crabtree, in Linn
monthly. Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
county, for the office of county clerk, the
latter, according to the official returns, 1
having been elected by one majority.
Mies Lena Stilwell has been chosen to
M. W. Wilkins, constructing con a position in the city schools at Hillsboro.
tractor on the Albany, Lebanon, Soda Mies Stilwell is one of the brightest and
THE UlcMlNN VILLE
ville & Waterloo railway, says all grading best young ladies in this county, and
on the road to Waterloo is finished, and many friends will be pleased to hear of
most of the ties are on the ground and this advancement in her profession.
track-laving will commence in a few days, j A. A. Andrews, an extensive stock
The road is to be standard gauge and raiser of Morrow county, paid a visit to
will, it is believed, be operated in con- [ McMinnville over Sunday, being the
Often a headache will not
Paid lip Capital, $50,000 nection with the Lebanon branch of the guest
of W. W. Wright. He has been yield to favorite remedies that
Southern Pacific. The road to Waterloo, absent from the county thirteen years,
Mr. Wilkins says, will be finished this and took great pleasure in greeting cure for others.
Transacts a General Banking Business.
is not the one supposed. De
many old friends.
Office Honrs 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
The question is often asked, what pro Wayland Hunsaker had two bones fective vision causes more
visions the government has made for broken in his left hand in an accident on headaches than any other one
LEE LAUOHLIN, President.
getting a soldier home after he has been the mail route a few days ago. It seems bodily ailment. It is needless
J L. ROGERS. Vice-President.
discharged in some distant part of the that the team started up unexpected to
'E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
pain, too, for the proper glass
\V. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier. country. The government provides for
Mr. Hunsaker, throwing him to the will relieve.
the expense of such soldier through a ground in such a manner that one wheel
rather novel method. The soldier is of the stage passed over his hand.—-North
GLASSES TO FIT
allowed in cash the amount of bis wages, Yamhill Record.
ration, etc., for the period of time he
Prof. L. H. Baker of Lebanon has al
would occupy in walking home at the
of twenty-five miles a day. This ready established himself for the sum W m . F. D ielschneider ,
WOOD WORKER rate
law was first adopted in 1812, when walk- mer at Netarts. He is one of the greatest
will repair youf Buggies and Wagons, manufac ingor horseback riding was about the only lovers of the salt sea air in Oregon. The
ture Office Furniture. Book eases. Wardrobes.
Two doors below P. O.
Brackets, Whatnots and all kinds of wood work. means of transportation, and it has stood professor will have charge of the Lebanon
Two Doors East of City Stables.
number of miles a soldier is supposed to passed through McMinnville on Tuesday,
It is said that in some precincts in Til walk. Up to 1864 it was thirty miles a to join the family at Netarts.
lamook county the tally sheets do not day, but at that date it was changed to
Dr. 8. A. Voting was suddenly stricken
agree on the vot“ for judge, and that in twenty-five miles a day. It may be with paralysis of the right side on Satur D. C. FLETCHER & CO.
others more votes were counted than interesting to consider what money day morning, while rising from bed and
were cast. The returning board has would thus lie paid to an Oregon soldier dressing himself for the day. He was
made a recount in Marion county, and who received his discharge at Manila. found lying on the bed, half-dressed, by i
taking the rule that the totals shall count Estimating the distance from McMinn Mrs. Young, w ho asked him what was I
atbd no '-he tallies, Boise is found to have ville to Manila at 6,000 miles, it would the matter. He was unable to apeak,
<25 votes biore than D’Arcy in the dis- take the soldier at 25 miles a day 240 but replied by placing hie right hand on
* trict, and he will receive a certificate of days to reach McMinnville. For this his heart, since which time his whole
election unless contest proceedings are period hie pay would amount to 1104, right side has remained paralyzed. !
hie rations to *108, and hie clothing to Speech was partially restored on Mon
*&Ka> A Todd being desirous of closing *40, or a grand total of *252. It ie ap day. His condition is very weak, the
lip their company business, have placed parent that he would receive considerable paralysis remains about the same, and
all their Dotes and Kook accounts in my more than enough to pay a first-<-lass but little hope is entertained by his phv-
hands for collection. All parties in passage home. However, the govern sicians, Drs. Cable and Galbreath, or his General Blackiun ithing and Repairing. Do
It is under First-Class horseshoeing. Track or road shoeing
debted to them in the way of book ac ment reserves the right to transport fandly, for hie recovery
counts and notes overdue, will please regiments to the place of enlistment be stood the Doctor had expressed to friends don« in tb« best style of the art. Farm and
fore discharging them, and this would 1 a few days before that he felt some Thrashing machinery repaired.
call and settle the same with me.
probably be done in the Manila case.
symptoms of heart failure.
R. L CONNER.
Shop Opposite Hotel Yamhill.
THE RACKET STORE.
“Tall aches from little toe corns
This Calf would bring you ail a
easy and comfortable.
We are adding to our Shoe
line a larger anjd better ort-
ment than ever of those ass
» 5 ♦
The entire stock of General Merchandise belonging to A.
J. Apperson will be closed out af bed rock prices.
wanting Good Goods at Low Prices will do well to call early
while the stock is complete.
LEE LAUGHLIN, Assignee.
War with Spain » » t»
Yamhillers may go, but we remain to supply your »
wants in the Grocery line. Among
these wants will be
“Men may’come, and men may go,
But I go on forever,’’—said Teniiysoneoncerning the river.
Glassware è» a»
The country will not be depopulated, and those »
remaining must live.
Necessaries of life cheapest at our Grocery.
Wallace & Walker.
R. M. Wade & Co
As usual are opening up
an active Spring Trade in
And all Lines of Hardware.
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.
STEEL HAY RAKES
I HODSOfl HAS THEiD
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