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G. S. Wright, deutist.
The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian
by keeping'your DENTAL ORGANS in perfect
one year for $2, strictly in advance.
condition, thus promoting good digestion,
G. 6. Wright, dentist,
which is the;prime factor ot perfect health.
Did you notice the fine assortment of
You are invited to call frequently at my office
l'ay Swick—Friday, 24th.
fur examination of the condition of your teeth
crockery at Bettman & Warren’s?
All departments of dentistry arc practiced, and
A 1&-I6tha Jersey-heifer calf for side.
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by the most modern aud conscientious methods.
D. M. Hayden of Seattle is here on his
F. H. B arnhart .
DR. LEROY LEWIS, D. D. S.
annual business visit.
Special cut in men’s and boy’B clothing
Friday, Feb. 24th.
A good gentle work horse for sale
at the Racket store.
cheap. Inquire at the residence of A.
Of those Star 5 Star Shoes,
Newest and latest design» in wall paper
QALBREATH & GOUCHER,
Rambler bicycles at Hodson’s at $40.
Ed Baker and Sam Gaunt came up
There are no better Shoes made, and our prices
Best bicycle on earth. G. A J. clincher LOUISA SAWYERS LINN, Soprano.
from Portland Wednesday evening.
make them very popular.
tires can’t be beat.
FAY SWICK. Elocutionist.
Bettman & Warren will receive a new-
Rev. J. W. Beck, financial agent of
Before you buy a suit of Men’s or Boys’ Clothes
stock of crockery in a few days.
Mineral Springs college, Sodaville, w as in
see the bargains we offer or leave your tueaeure
(Office over Braly's Bank.)
Mrs. Ada Shultz, nee Ada Allen, of the city Tuesday, and remained until
for a Tailor-hiade Suit.
O ksoon . Dallas, is visiting Mrs. Harvey Neal.
Have a fine line of Corsets. Also the “Martha
Friday, 24th, Linn, the soptano, Fay
Chas. McPbillips returned from min
Reserved Seats 35c.
QOOK & CABLE,
” Corset Waist. In fact, the Store is
Swick, elocutionist, college Glee club.
ing in southern Oregon Tuesday evening.
full of tempting bargains. Please call and see for
Come to The Rejiorter office for type He believes he and Carl Miller have a
C. F. Daniele is doubling the capacity
writer papers. Legal and letter sizes.
prospect of makiug a stake later on.
Mrs. Anna Turner and daughters are
Saturday evening Ctias. Chaney sold of his home stable.
Mrs. Wm.F. Dieluchneider entertained
home again, after a sojourn of several three horses for tue neat Bum of four
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
hundred and thirty dollars. He thinks at whist Tuesday evening.
M c M innville ,
O regon . months in California.
Miss Josie Holmes of Holmes’ Gap,
Butterick patterns for sale at Grange it pays to raise good horses.—Amity
& Farmers’ store. Subscriptions takeu ■ Times.
is the guest of Miss Clara Irvine.
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for the Delineator.
The Grange & Farmers’ Co. have just
Mrs. F. C. Ferguson, one of three ex
D. W. Ralston of Sheridan will ship received nearly 100 cases of shoes, in pert stenographers in the late legisla
QDELL & WOOD,
two cars of dried prunes to the east in cluding the celebrated Mastiff line, and ture, returned home on Monday.
now have ihe largest assortment ever
charge of L. D. Mulkey of Amity.
The juniors of the Christian cburch
Real Estate and Insurance.
are making preparations for a church fair
We now have a few thousand dollars to
Office in McMinnville National Bank loan on farm property, at good terms,
A. LeRoy, acting grand master of the to be held some time next month.
Building, C Street.
I. O. O. F., wiil be in McMinnville next
I rvine & V inton .
Miss Ina Cooper left for The Dalles on
Friday on business connected with Odd
Mrs. Ella Durham is caring for her Fellowship. A public address by Mr. Wednesday, and expects soon to go on to
Farms (or sale, houses to rent, ami all kinds
Properly it takes time. It requires experience and a complete knowl
of insurance written.
Agents for property of mother, Mrs. G. W. Olds, who is sick at
Pullman to live with her sister, Mrs.
non-residents. Correspondence solicited.
LeRoy is contemplated.
edge of drugs. It requires the druggist to have on hand a large variety
the farm near Bellevue.
of drugs—fresh drugs. He must give the best possible work, and for
Hear Linn, the soprano, Feb. 21th,
compensation he must be reasonable. With the above facts remember
Butchers are complaining of scarcity
And why not save postage and C. who has just returned from filling im
we are careful and strive to please one and all alike. These are rea
Grissen before ordering your papers and portant engagements in Milwaukee, of beef cattle. The cause is said to be
sons why our prescription file thribbles all in this county. We are rec
killing off' too many calves and shipping
ognized by doctor and customer alike for being accurate and dispensing
Chicago and other prominent eastern
only the purest drugs.
Wm. Waltz of Portland has entered cities.
Third St , between E and F.
the employ of Elsia Wright as harness
Ephraim Ford, son of Mrs. Susie Ford,
E. L. WING, Proprietor.
ROGERS BROS.’ Pioneer Pharmacists
& Farmers’ Co., is still making improve has been ill of rheumatism, which par
Horses boarded by
Money to loan on good real estate se ments in the store, this time utilizing takes somewhat of the nature of the ail
due, week or month.
conveyed mail points at most reasonable rales. curity. Inquire of Winfred Hopkins, overhead space by shelving to the ceiling ment of his father, lately deceased.
Give us a call.
and using a eliding ladder.
D. M. Nayberger left yesterday for
McMinnville certainly has patriotic in
M. O. Lownsdale of Lafayette recently Portland to be absent on business a cou
struction in her schools. Little tots of shipped two carloads of green apples to ple of weeks, during which time he may
five and six years can sing ’‘America” Texas, for which he received $1.25 per extend his travels as far as San Fran-
Q STREET MEAT MARKET,
clear through with their eyes shut.
box on board the cate. He is said to cisco.
The U. S. Army captured Santiago and have several carloads yet on hand.
For the benefit of my many customers
Reynolds & Bond, Prop's.
Hodson captured U. 8. A. axe, the best
Regular services at the Cumb. Presby who are already anxious to inspect my
and cheapest warranted axe in the mar terian church next Sunday with the sub line of spring millinery, I will state that
Fresh and salt meats aud sausages of all
kinds constantly in stock.
(’ash paid tor ket.
jects: “Expansion Ideas,” 11 a. ni., and my opening will occur on or about March
hides. Highest market price paid for ull kinds
“Heavenly Music on Earth,” 7:30 p. m. 18th.
of fat stock.
The banks and schools observed Wed- ’ in blk 50 all in Dundee..............
M rs . E. S. W arren .
Root of Chehalem valley on Valentine's Good music by the choir. Come.
nesday sb a holiday. We have often | Harrison Crater to Elizabeth A
day. Mrs. Root was formerly Miss Ada
Mrs. Sarah Miller of Pea Vine ridge
j^ATTHIES & BOOTH,
The beautiful weather of Sunday and wished we had ability equal to a school
Clemmens lots 5 nnd 6 blk 12
Jewell of this city.
died on the 20th iust., at the advanced Wednesday enabled Dr 8. A. Young to teacher for obtaining holidays.
Central add to Newberg............
I am able to furnish loans on first-class age of 81 years, and was buried the fol make use of his invalid chair outside his banks have good business reasons for Andrew and Mary J Graf to Luna
farm eecurity, from $2,000 upward, at 7 low ing day in Happy valley cemetery. residence, where he greatly enjoyed the theirs.
E Savage 29.25 a pt of nw qr of
sunshine and the change.
per cent interest; loans to run from 3 to She was the mother of Lewis Miller.
nw qr sec 11-4-5........................... 12C0
The special meetings being conducted
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
5 years. Parties wishing to borrow mon
Suggested as a motto for the students
N. E. Kegg will soon open a grocery in
South side Third St. between B and C.
ey, call and see me.
R. L. C onner .
of McMinnville college at the intercollegi in the St. Charles buildiug now owned interest. Congregations are large, and
McMinnville schools for
by him, and will also occupy the upper
Mr. and Mrs. Ira Nelson left on Mon
___ day for Baker City, where Ira and 10th : “Blood will tell.” And if Blood story as a residence. His present resi having its effect aud saint and sinner month ending Feb. 1st, 1899.
Fred have some mining property that shouldn’t w in, the motto can be “Blue dence will be occupied by Dr. Leroy are drawing nearer to God and duty.
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Q STREET PRODUCE MARKET,
Lewis. Kegg is a rustler, and may put The pastor. Geo. W. Grannis, will
the former expects to look after.
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W. J. Stater, road supervisor of the in a stock of general merchandise later
Family washing, 30c per dozen ; family
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ing. Subjects: At 11 a. m., “Personal
C. F. Daniels, Prop.
washing, unironed, 20c per dozen ; shirt, Newberg district, is a hustler for good on.
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Assurance.” Text, II John 5:10. At
collar and cuffs, 15c per set; blaukets roads. He has made a call for a good
Prof. Wm. Caldwell, a graduate in
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( ash paid for Poultry and country Produce.
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music at Willamette university, was in Text, Mark 8:36. The meetings will be
Hides mid Tallow bought. Hay, Oats, Millfeed, and quilts, 20c each ; rag carpet, 4e per
to discuss the beet methods of road im the city last week endeavoring to secure
Oil Meal. Flaxseed and Bee Supplies of all yard.
d i :
M c M innville S team L aundry .
kinds kept on hand.
continued every evening next week, ex
pupils in instrumental music. He will cept Saturday. All interested in the Reynolds, ‘.uh and loth. 33 5B7 91 80 37 ... 10 3
The endeavorers of the Cumb. Presby
76 29 91 ... 11 2
The school directors of this district teach in Carlton and perhaps other towns
terian church have begun preparation
.38 41 91 . 10 2
cause of pure morality and Holy Ghost A Kill, »th tiijtl Iitb .............. 45 M7 118
for an evening of entertainment at the
33 62 L 124 82 84 1 10 2
Kingery, 1st and 2d
opera house, which will probably be
yy H. LOGAN,
. 30 .5811 84 29 37 2 8 2
The cake-walk and calico ball came off Scott.7th and ath
J. A. Forbes, 10 cords of old fir at $2.25,
given March 31st.
43 .361 IOS 43 *9 ... 3 2
“Sojourning train robbers, if any hap- duly at Campbell’s hall Wednesday ev Beamis, 5th and 6th
and T. D. Hendeieon 40 cords of oak at
Mann, 3d and 4th.......... . 39 331 120 3»P7¡... 3 2
pened to have been iu that section,” this ening with a fair attendance. Four cou Williams, 1st and 2d
Have you noticed anything peculiar $2.25 per cord.
If. IW7I1.TB ;;i «, 1 I 2
morning remarked a gentleman, “miseed i
about the ladies’hats this winter? Tlie
I am located opposite Burns & Daniels and aim
Wheat 52c, oats 35c, baled hay, oats an opportunity of a lifetime in not hold- ' ples contested in the cake-walk, com I The first column does not show strength
to give all customers good treatment for little bin! wings now shoot forth from rosettes
posed entirely of young men. Being the of the school, as many have been drop
money. Bath rooms in connection.
Your pat of ribbou. This looks like a decided step and cheat $.7, poultry $2 to $3.00 per doz, ing up the special train that came down
first attempt of the kind the girls seemed ped on account of sickness, who will re
in favor of the anti-vivisection branch of
from Salem Saturday night with return
100 lbs, flour 80c a sack, potatoes 65c a ing lawmakers and committee clerks. a little leary. The contestants were as turn We thank the patrons for the in«
the W. C. T. U.
sack, prunes 5 ■, beef $2.25 to $3.25 per Every member of the legislature and follows, the second name of each couple terest shown in visiting the school, and
The annual county Sunday school con
representing the girl: Matt Redmond hope for a still greater intereat.
100; butter 40c, eggs 15c.
every committee clerk on the train had and Jesse Irvine, Richard Ebstein and
vention is to be held in this city March
W. I. R eynolds , Principal.
An early Easter this season calls for i his pockets lined with gold. Saturday
23d and 24th. There will be representa
Manufactures and Deals in
tives from all portions of the county. early spring millinery. Miss E va M artin I was payday in Salem, and there must Henderson, Dell Warren and Carl Short
J. R. Owen and family have moved
Committees from the different churches is right up to date with a full line of the i have been from $25,000 to $30,000 on the ridge. The first couple won the cake, to Pendleton.
latest novelties in sailors, cycle and train.” It was observed that not a few
to arrange for music, etc.
which was a beautiful work of art. Red-
Prof. J. M. Garrison of Forest
walking hats, also new spring ribbons, of those who had had an opportunity to
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
Private Edwin XV. Hampton of Port including the drawstrings now ao popular. get their hands into the state treasury tncad was attired in a claw-hammer suit, Grove was in town Tuesday.
«.nd brushes, and sells them cheaper than they land, whoenlisted in Co. H, Second Ore
a brilliuut red necktie, collared up to the
can be bought anywhere else in the Willamette
Geo. Larkin of Newberg is study
The net gain in membership of the A. felt a little uneasy with so much money auricular lobes, and black aa Egyptian
Valley. Our'all home made sets of harness are gon, was shot at Manila ou the morning
i in their possession. Several lady com midnight. The distinguishing feature of ing dentistry under Dr. Wright.
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them.
of the 22d, during» reconnoissance. He
mittee clerks took the precaution to cache
F. .1. Miller, proprietor of the Ho
is the first Oregon boy killed by the en pensions and losses of every kind for their money away in the more undiscov- the winning lady’s dress was a bustle as
1893 was 669, making a membership in
large as a buggy top. All tne con tel Gail at Dallas, was in the city
emy in the Pbillippine war.
good standing of over 7000. By a large erable recesses of their wardrobes, while testants performed well, but. the grim
George Hutchcroft of Nfirth Yamhill, increase in young members the average ■ one who happened to get her money in aces of Redmond were unsurpassed. The yesterday.
The February freeze caused serious
who had a foot amputated by Drs. Cook age was reduced two years in 1898. greenbacks, confided to a fiiend that she judges were Messrs. Fisher, Moody and
A Cable on the 4th of last January in Seven new lodges have been organized bad her wealth stowed away in her hair. Kratz. The calicoffeature of the ball was damage to the prune orchards of
this city, was sufficiently recovered last since last grand lodge.
the wearing of calico aprons by the la Drs. Wright and Calbreath &
will repair your Buggies and Wagons, manufac
ture Office F irniture, Book cases, Wardrobes, Friday to return to his home.
the gents drawing from a box cali Goucher.
Brackets, Whatnotsand all kinds of wood work. able to go about on crutches, and his re
Frank Martin, secretary of the O.
the city council should give its attention
Two Doors East of City Stables.
covery ia somewhat remarkable, in view
to framing a new bicycle ordinance. The who is known to many people here, was
F. R. A., has gone to Chicago to at-
of his advanced age and the fact that he
Keul Estate Trainier».
one now on the books prohibits riding on held up in Portland one night last week
tend a meeting of underwriters, He
was a sufferer from diabetes at the time
Week ending Feb. 22d :
any sidewalk witbin the limits of the and robbed of $5.10 He w as returning
will be absent well into March.
yy. j. STOW,
city. This is not a fair law. It might : home from prayer meeting, and had The American Mtg Co of Scotland
J. C. Cooper is preparing to publish a bj regarded a fair law in cities that nearly reached his home on east Elev- , to J Egli blks 21, 22 and 23 Dun
B y the operations of the army in
dee............................................... $ 145 the Philippines it is presumed that
souvenir of the Grand Army encamp have paved streets. It is well known enth street when he passed two men.
ment which is to meet here next sum that in midsummer in this city and cities Just as he got bj- one of them said : "Say Bank of Newberg to Elzina John
Otis is causing the Spanish mug
mer. It will contain a military history of like size in Oregon, many of the side mister.” He turned around, to find him-1 son 1)4 a Maple Park add to Laf
Good« of all dwrlption« moved, and rareful
75 wumps to weaken ar.d to recede from
handling guaranteed. Collection« will be made of the county. Several of the great heroes streets are thickly coated with dust, self facing a revolver. The highwayman
monthly. H ulling of all kind« done cheap.
their attempt to conquer the United
of the civil war served in this county, and it is a most difficult matter for a i said : "Do you see tilts gun?” Mr Bish- j
States. Gen. Otis has cabled the
war department that the insurgent
Wheeler and Russell; Commodore N’o one will deny that the bicycle has told him to throw up his hands. Alter U S to Geo Sager 80.50 a sec 26 t 4
I’at leaders have admitted that when the
Wilkes visited it, companies were raised come to «lav, and that it is a most useful he had done so the other robber walked
i for the different Indian wars. The roe- means of travel in seasonable weather. around behind him and went througli C A Wallace assignee to Ward J
United States forces are reinforced
Wieecarver 4« a pt w hf Jesse C
i lers of these companies, also Co. B of These truths conceded, the ordinances his pockets. He took the money and
their chances will be greatly reduced.
Henderson die... ................
690 The hot-headed savages who were
| the 1st Oregon volunteers, in 1364, and regulating it should be as fair as those also removed a fine gold watch from Mr.
part of Co. A, 1st Oregon cavalry, are at governing other matters within the city. | Bishop’s pocket, but returned it, asking Abraham Morris to Mary Morris
spoiling for a fight have learned that
q c deed to lota 9 aud 10 survey
hand for the work. Co. A, 2d Oregon, The present law is neither fair to dealers Mr. Bishop if his mother had not given
they cannot successfully meet and
of Chehalem Valley Board of
now at Manila, and all other military or nor riders. The former ordinance, which ' it to him. As he prizes the watch highly,
measure strength with intelligent,
«50,000 ganizations will be in the work. The prohibited riding on Third street and re Mr. Bishop was glad to get it back. Then
trained American soldiers. Our
local G. A. R. and W. R. C. organiza quired the ringing of the bicycle bell on the first robber told Mr. Bishop to move Ina I* Cooper to Jas M Morgan lots
which numbered only about
tions, a roster of the department and approaching pedestrians or crossings, on and not turn back, and he followed
Transacts a General Banking Business.
one-tenth as many as theirs, has
program for the encampment, county was a reasonable one, and would have instructions. Mr. Bishop has a sinking Peter Hume et ux to Jas Mahood
30 a pt E C Williams d 1 c t 5 r 4 750 proven itself the equal of many more
and city resources and commercial ad given satisfaction if the penalty it pro fund, aa he calls it, in w hich he places
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
vantages will lie put forward in good vided liad been enforced against all vio a nickel when he walks instead of taking W H Morris et ux to Lewis Jones
than the insurgents are able to mus
LEE LAUGHLIN. President.
w 65 ft of lota 4, 5 and 6 blk 20
shape. Illustrations of interest will be lators. The city council can feel sure a car, and 15 cents when he shaves him
ter into service. Rut the hospital
J L. ROGERS. Vice-President.
Hurley A Large’s add to New
need. It will contain about 100 pages that if this ordinance or a similar one is i self, and various other small sums which
E. C. APPERSON. Cashier.
staff and Red Cross societies are still
berg ........................................... .
H . S. LINK, Assistant Cashier. I printed on fine book i«|«r. A valuable enacted, they wiil have the hearty co he saves. He had this in a purse, but j
• the especial targets of the cowardly
addition to our county literature.
operation of all utilitarian riders and the robbers did not find it. All things Robt Livingston and wf to the
insurgents, and the American army
Amer Mt’g Co of Scotland 35
dealers in its strict enforcement. The considered, he thinks he got off luckily.
Jesse Edwards ha. sold his stock in
may be required to slaughter a few
tracts io Dundee Orchard Homes
present ordinance was violated often
the Newlierg l>ank and retired from the
thousand of the savages before the
No 1 also 51 blks and 11 lota in
enough last summer to constitute it a
Bear« the ugnature oí C ha *. H. Filtern.
position of president. N. E. Britt, the |
mission of civilization is accomplished
dead letter. Let us have fair regulation
In aae for more than thirty yean, and
vice president, will act as president for |
F’oa Jfa-.s Altvayt
Jbe time being.
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