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Mrs. Boone and daughter, Miss Mag
Mark Holmes is transacting business !
gie, did business in Portland Tuesday.
in Salem this week.
Sam Donev, w ho has been sick for the
Miss Lulu Anderson of Sheridan made
last three weeks, is able to be around friends a short visit Tuesday.
Prof. J. M. Garrison of Forest Grove
A bsolutely P ure
The infant child of Mr. Joe Malott is was a pleasant visitor iu Whiteson last
very sick with what is thought to be Sunday.
Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
Dick Campbell went to Cornelius last
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO., NEW YORK.
Bird Bros, are selling out their stock Saturday to attend his grandfather, who
of dry goods, and intend keeping only is quite ill.
groceries and hardware.
A letter containing fifty sheets of
Lon Shirer, who is working with the ! writing paper was mailed recently at the
lieport of N uininatiiiff (omiuittee.
S. I’, bridge carpenters, spent Saturday Whiteson postoffice.
We, the committee on nomination,
and Sunday with his parents.
Several new pupils are reported this
Anuiuberofour citizens was in Mc
at the mayor’s office at 2 o’clock, p.
Alfred Wheelock cut his foot quite Minnville Saturday afternoon, returning week.
in., Feb. 29th, and nominated the follow
badly with an ax Satarday. It will be a on the night express.
Miss Tressa McPhillips has entered ing persons for the respective commit
couple of weeks before he can use it.
Mrs. George Adams of Sherwood is ! the 5th grade.
The Ball has begun to Roll.
tees, subject to the approval of the gen
with her daughter, Mrs. Sam Cunning The 7th and Sth grades have finished eral committee, which meets at Wright’s
Columbia, Hartford and Vedette Bicycles are selling.
ham, during her illness.
mental arithmetic and have taken up hall at 2:30 o'clock p. m., Saturday,
If you are thinking of purchasing a Wheel, see this beautiful line before
H. H. Campbell and family have 1 physiology instead.
March 4th, 1899.
N. E. Britt was home for a few days
buying. Prices are right.
moved to Whiteson. Mr. Campbell is
Miss Frances Mann has been having a
Committee on entertainment—Met>-
Model 50, $60—Columbia Chainless, ’98.
still in very poor health.
tussle with sickness, but she has been at dames C W Talmage, N E Kegg, B F
Mrs. 11. D. Fox visited in Portland
Model 59, $75—
Hartman, M A Shadden, Agnes Caddy,
One evening last week while Dr. her desk most of the time.
Model 57, $50—Columbia Chain, ’99.
some days of last week.
E F Manning and Mieses Louisa Malon
Model 49, $40-
Geo. C. Sears of Portland is up on his
j ham, his horse became frightened and ' school this winter than in any year of ey, Nellie Cooper, Mary Bird, Virginia
Pattern 19-20, $35, Hartford Chain, '99.
farm seeing to the spring work.
Olds, latna McCain, and Messrs. G. A.
1 ran away, entirely demolishing the which the writer can remember.
Pattern 21-22, $25-$26—Vedette Chain, '99.
On Friday last Mrs. C. E. Smith re- buggy.
Prof. Garrison organized a writing prentiss, C F Daniels, W F Dielschneid-
’98 Wheels Cheaper.
W. L. HEMBREE.
turned from a week’s visit iu Albany.
The doors of Hotel Whiteson are closed ; class in the other building last Friday er, B F Rhodes, C I’ Nelson and the Ma
Plans for a new Methodist church have for the present on account of the illness evening, but owing to some misunder nila Guards as escorts.
Committee on advertising and corre
been submitted and work will begin I of the proprietor. It makes it very in standing, he was compelled to remove to
soon. The cost will be $1200.
convenient lor the bridge carpenters this building. His lessons are ones of spondence—J C Cooper, R 1’ Bird, D I
Asbury, F S Harding, A V R Snyder, E
The lecture given at Friends’ church who have to go to McMinnville for their practice, and parents should allow their
F Manning, H S Maloney, Wyatt Harris
children to come out.
by Rev. W. H. Kellogg of Portland was meals.
Arthur McPhillips and Mesdames J W
well atteuded and enjoyed by everyone
la Your Maine Written There?
Gault and J C Cooper.
Committee on Finance—G W Gran,
McMinnville high school roll of honor
Our visitors at assembly on Monday
The “hard cider” man must be reap
nie, J W Beckham, J E Noll, W L War
for 5th month, ending Feb. 10th, 1899:
ing a harvest, from the number of drunk-
ren, E C Walker, Miles Hendrick, Wal
10th grade—Janies Potter, Lucy Patty.
I on men seen about town the last two Kathleen Bird, May Reynolds, Lily Bax Boardman and Curll, Mrs. Linn favoring ter Link, E F Manning, and Mesdames
I weeks. Wonder if it is hard cider?
Properly it takes time. It requires experience and a complete knowl
ter, and for last month Lora Hopkins,
Miss Mollie Patty was a visitor at as J P Irvine, J W Gault, W T Booth, G A
edge of drugs. It requires the druggist to have on hand a large variety
The arrangements for a merchant’s who was sick at the time of the regular
of drugs—fresh drugs. He must give the best possible work, and for
sembly on Tuesday.
1 carnival under the management of the review, but who took it afterward.
Committee on Music—EV’ Littlefield,
compensation be must be reasonable. With the above facts remember
Prof. Barzee has the la grippe this
M. E. ladies’ aid society, are on the way,
we are careful and strive to please one and all alike. These are rea
J II Nelson, J G Eckman, F E Rogers,
9th grade—Claud Sparks, Eva Collard, week.
sons why our prescription tile thribbles all in this county. We are rec
and promise to be a drawing card in the Tommie Hutchens, Sam Evenden,
Messrs. C. Grover, F. Thompson and Fred Boardman, O H Irvine, W H Logan,
ognized by doctor and customer alike for being accurate and dispensing
way of entertainment.
Mamie Graves,Walter Long, Ethel Hun R. Venson spent Saturday and Sunday Leroy Lewis, W I Reynolds and Mes-
only the purest drugs.
damee John Evenden,Wm Campbell, A
On Sunday last quarterly meeting at saker, Harry Hobbs, Elmer Dodson and I in Salem.
♦ i the Methodist church was conducted by Lucy Hilary.
This evening in the chapel the Y. M. L Campbell and Misses Katherine Glen,
ROGERS BROS.’ Pioneer Pharmacists
♦ Rev. D. A. Watters, presiding elder, and
W. I. R eynolds , Principal.
C A. and Y. W. C. A. will give a Josie Gortner, Jennie Snyder, Virginia
♦ j the attendance was much greater than
“Glimpse of the Seaside.” Following Spencer.
Committee on grounds and decorations
this will be an oyster supper in l’hiler-
♦ i of a new one.
tient in this city last Saturday.
gian hall. Supper 15c. Everyone come. —E F Manning, J B Gardner, J A Peck
barn, C R Cook, Elsia Wright, G W
Keen, R Jacobson, F W Fenton, C W
l’almage, O O Hodson, G S Wright, w
ATTENTION Pl ANO BUYERS?
cognizant of the fact that owing to the prevailing competition It
the Piano trade in this city, that in order for us to get business and make ’sale«
W Wright, J W Oliver, H Burns, w
we must do a “iittie better than the other fellow.” We certainly have the largest and best line of Pianos — Fischer, Hardman,
We notice A. M. Deejn our city rust
Neal and Mesdames J H Cook, Nettie
Chickering, Ludwig, etc. We court an investigation as to our prices. (Easy monthly payments).
ling those who are delinquent on their
Ungerman, Lucy Cowls, Wyatt Harris,
R L Conner, W T Booth and Miss Nellie
HOW THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO. SOLD A “LUDWIG” TO THE MAN WHO DID NOT
Mrs. Cass Riggs of Polk county visited
with her brother, H. F. Bedwell, the first
Committee on public parade—J P Ir-
BELIEVE IN ADVERTISING (IN TWENTY SCENES)
vine, J W Gault, J F Calbreath, G W
of the week.
Grannis, W G Henderson, J E Noll, J
Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Frazer of Inde
W Hobbs, W T Vinton, Ed Briedwell, R
pendence visited over Sunday with the
L Conner, II M Daniel, Jacob Wortman,
family of J. M. Bonn, parents of Mrs. F.
W D Weed.
The mask ball at this place on the 22d
We would recommend that the sever
was well attended, there lieing about 35
committees meet as soon as practica
maskers. Miss Dotlia Daniels of Mc
ble and organize by electing a chairman
Minnville took the let prize.
aud secretary and assume the duties and
Rev. F. A. Powell of McMinnville is
responsibilities devolving upon them as
holding a series of meetings here, and
The second time he sees it, but
•Ttie first time lie sees a “Ludwig”
there seems to be quite an interest taken
that he has seen the "Ludwig** advtt-
scious of its existence, and it leaves a
thinks he doesn’t see it, and won't
advertisement, he doesn't see it.
even look at it.
in them. At this writing there have
G eo . W. G rannis ,
been 5 or 6 conversions.
J ennie I rvine ,
I notice the Transcript reports the goat
A rthur M c P hillips .
show at Carlton as being quite a success,
Attest, H. 8. M aloney , Secretary.
when, in fact, Carlton had no goat show,
Real Estate Transfers.
but North Yamhill did, and it was quite
a success, A. Blackburn’s band taking
Week ending March 1st:
the most of the prizes.
John Baxter et ux to Geo H Baxter
15 acres near Dundee...................$ 300
Married at the residence of the bride’s
M and Arthur Mules« orth
parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Bedwell,
’ The seventh time he reads it through
The eighth lime he says, “There’s
The fifth time he reads the '‘Lud
The sixth time he sees it again, and
that confounded thing again," and
again, and wonders why he should
to P P Durant lot 1 blk 8 Watt’s
Miss Maud E. Reed to Mr. J. F. Bunn,
wig” advertisement all through and
turns up his nose at it.
wishes the whole thing was in pur
be tantalized by having it stuck under
thinks, '-Oh, bosh' '*
add to Amity .............................
Sunday evening, Feb. 26tb, at 8 o’clock
his nose all the time.
Edward and Mary T Yocom to
p. m., in the presence of about 135 in
Mary Malone lots 1, 2, 7 and 8
vited guests. Rev. J. A. Campbell of
blk 21 Faulconer’s 2d ad to Sher
ficiated. After the ceremony all partook
of asumptuous supper prepared for the
Jesse Edwards et ux to Daniel
Miss Edna Bunn acted as
Hering, ti% a pt of E A Fuller d
bridesmaid and Mr. F. I.. Trullinger beat
1 c t 4 r 3 .
man. The happy couple were the re-
A Newman and wf to W D Wright
cipents of many beautiful and costly
10.89 a t 4 r 4 ............................. 766.50
presents. They have moved into the
The eleventh time he see» it he
The twelfth time he sees it ha
L Root and wf to Hattie and Myr
Morgan house where they are to make
The ninth time he catches sight of
The tenth time he sees it he admires
wonders how in thunder any firm can
thinks, "Well, b’goah! there must be
it again, and he wonders “If the
the pluck of the firm, whoever it is,
tle Williams, 1.50 a in Cozine’s
their future home.
afford to advertise so much during
something pretty good about that
‘Ludwig* amounts to anything.”
that can so persistently keep on ad
these hard times.
add to McM................................
R ex .
A F and Emma Arthur to Mary
V .-lifting Helle.
Brock, 329 a <1 1 c of Levi Brock,
lot) a in Sec. 27 t 4 r 5.........
A very pleasant event occurred at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. H. Clark of this
Curts a Cold in Our Day.
city, on Wednesday evening, February
Take Laxative Bromo Quinine Tablets.
22d, when in the presence of about 35
All druggists refund money if it fails to
guests, their youngest daughter, Clau
cure. The genuine has L. B. (J. on each
dine, was given in marriage to J. H.
tablet. For sale by Rogers Bros. 46m6
Mellinger, also of this city, Rev. K. H.
Th sixteenth time he rf-ads it aft
The fourteenth time he remembers
The fifteenth time l.e thinks per-
The thirteenth time he is suddenly
J rough apain, and makes note of the
Sickafoose officiating. The bride was at
that his daughter has been wanting
han« it would be a good ioea fcr him
Struck with the idea that the "Lud
agent's address “The Wiley B. Alien
to buy a “Ludwiff" some day.
him to buy a piano for a long time.
wig" is the best piano on *-arth.
tired in a tailorsuit of cadet blue. The '
Co., 211 First Street.”
Bears the signature of C ras . H F lrtcrir
groom wa« neatlv and appropriately
In use for more than thirty years, and
dressed. Mies Ora Mellinger as brides
The A'raif >ou Hava AI way t Bought.
maid, looked as* liewitchingly sweet ss
<»l It <1.1 HIIIMi 1.1 KT.
usual. W. E. Gabriel filled the place as
beet man, and looked as though he wag
We have special arrangements with
glad that he was there. After the cere
the following leading publi ations,
mony the guests en joyed a few selections
whereby we are able to offer them in
of music, and then repaired to the‘lining
connection with onr own at exceedingly
room, where a bounteous dinner was
! low rates, as follows: The R kportir
The twentieth time he informs hit
served. Many useful présenta were ac-1
The nineteenth time he <li«rovrT<
The eighteenth time he absolutely
The seventeenth time he look, it it
daughter that he ha« bought the be«t
cusses hi« ill luck for being1 so hard
■trim, and feels wretched; he would
piano in the world — the "Ludwig.”
cepted from their many friend«. The
Weekly Inter Ocean...................................... *1 35
like to buy a "Ludwig,” but can't
He make« her happy, and the old
will, and henceforth have
i St. IxniisOlobe-Democrst, semi-weekly........ 1.50
one of those celebrated “Ludwig”
very pleasant evening ended with con
raise the money these hard times.
music in hit house.
thinks what a barrain he got at The
Rural Northwest, Portland, semi monthly... 1.25
gratulations and a 10m h enjoyed eere-
Wiley B. Allen Co’« Music Store, «11
V>ade by their many gentlemen friends of
McClure'« Magazine, monthly........... ......... 1.85
Cosmopolitan Magazine, monthly..........
Mise Clark formerly resided with her
The Weekly San Francisco Call................... 1.70
The Weekly Few York Tribune.... ................ 1.2#
parents in thia city.
: Co Compound
The Wiley B. Allen Co., 211 First St., Portland, Ore.