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G. 8. Wright, dentist.
Hop wire at the McMinnville Fence
by keening your DENTAI. ORGANS in perfect
condition, thus promoting good digestion,
which is the prime factor ot perfect nealth.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Har
You are invited to call frequently at iny office
C. Griseeu’e new stock of wall paper. 6
lor examination of the condition of y< ur teeth
ry Ballinger of Olympia last Sunday.
All departments of dentistry are practiced, and
by the most modern and conscientious methods.
Bargains in typewriter paper at C.
Portlaud on Thursday.
DR. LEROY LEWIS, D. D. S.
Did you notice the tine assortment of
fancy crockery at Bettman i Warren’s? | The Treble Clef club will give a con
Dr. J. F. Calbreath has been in Port- J cert on Friday evening, April 21st. Full
particulars next week.
land several days this week.
^JALBREATH & GOUCHER,
A 15-16ths Jersey heifer calf for sale.
Newest and latest designs in wall paper
F. H. B arnhart .
Sheriff Henderson went down to Mid
Frank Elmlund of Carlton is a full-
dleton yesterday to see W A. Hill, who
Hedged American boy since the 29th of
is very sick.
(Office over Braly's Bank.)
Bettman 4 Warren will receive a uew
M c M innvulr
O regon .
Rambler bicycles at llodson’a at »40.
stock of crockery in a few days.
Best bicy cle on earth. G. i J. clincher
Mrs, Eva. Millsap came down from
£OOK & CABLE,
tires can’t be beat.
Lebanon yesterday to visit her parents
A 10-pound sou was born to Dr. and
Rev. and Mrs. Hoberg.
Mrs. Leroy Lewis on Thursday, March
Miss Woods has the latest styles of
spring capes, suits, and other novelties
J. C. Braly, jr., and bride, of San Die
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
from Lipman, Wolfe A Co’s.
M c M innvilli ,
O regon . go, are here on a visit to W. D. McDon
Mr. Fisher, of the Chicago store, has
ald and family.
taken up housekeeping in this city, occu
Rudolph Falb, the Austrian astron pying U. S. Booth’s residence.
omer, says the world will come to an
Call and see the new rotary mould
end November 14, 1899.
board plow at F. W. Spencer’s. Some
A new line of tobacco and cigars just thing entirely new and useful.
received at Bettman & Warren’s.
Henry Bills aud eon are down from
Yesterday was declared a national Dallas this week. Henry is fitting up
holiday by President McKinley, in honor his premises here for tbe occupancy of
of those who gave up their lives in Cuba Mr. Johnson, the jeweler.
and Porto Rico.
Office rooms y and in, Union Block.
Mr. aud Mrs. P. P. Wright visited a
The New Home and Climax sewing few days the past week with Mrs. W.’s
machines, needles aud extras at C. Gris- parents, who live five miles this side of
N. E. Kegg moved his household to
We now have a few thousand dollars to
tbe upper story of his business block on loan on farm property, at good terms.
QDELL & WOOD,
Monday, aud bis residence was occupied
I rvine A V inton .
at once by the family of Mr. Clother,
Real Estate and Insurance.
late of Nebraska.
will preach next Sunday morning at the
New Monitor combined hoe and double Cumb. Pres. Church. In the evening
Office in McMinnville National Bank
disc spring pressure drills at F. W. the subject will be “The Sin of Acban.”
Building, C Street.
Spencer’s. A new machine, and the Every one invited to these services.
Fanns for sale, houses toreut, and all kinds first of the kind in Yamhill county.
of insurance written. Agents tor property of
Wanted in exchange—Tallow and
non-residents. Correspondence solicited.
Beginning next Sunday, Miss Jennie greese for good Star Savon Laundry
Snyder will assume the station of leading soap. M c M innville S team L aundry .
soprano in the choir of the Christian
Prof. Brumbuck evidently saw the op
church. The place thus made vacant in portunity to combine spring house clean
I N. HOBBS,
the choir of the Baptist church will be ing with moving aud has gone back to
filled by Mies Virginia Spencer.
tbe college to live and oversee the prem
If you have a cough, throat irritation, ises during vacation months.
weak lungs, pain in the chest, difficult
Mrs. Jennie L. Hadley, of Newberg,
breathing, croup or hoarseness, let us came up last Saturday to stay a few
I am located next door to R. M. Wade & Co.,
Al weeks with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
aud am here to do good work and give satisfac suggest One Minute Cough Cure.
tion. Terms reasonable.
ways reliable and safe. Rogers Bros.
J. P. Brown. Mr. Hadley, her husband,
is mayor of Newberg.
shop to Carlton. One by one a nucleus
l'hos H. Rogers reports that he is
is being formed for a thrifty little burg i even on the publication of his book “Ne
A E. McKERN,
down the way. A blacksmith shop was ! halem,” i. e., sales up to this time have
also moved down from here this week by defrayed tbe cost. Many an author has
beeu shipwrecked on a less undertaking.
Mis. Wni. A. Hill of this city received
Phil Withycombe, the North Yamhill
word from her husband at Middleton tile dealer, was in town Wednesday.
NORTH YAMHILL, OR.
last week, that he was quite ill with He has recently sold four carloads of
pleurisy and pneumonia, aud she left to tile to parties at Albany, and is makiug
Legal papers written and acknowledgements
attend him on Friday.
preparations for a big run this season.
Robert Henderson went to Salem on His business has grown so that it
Wednesday, to enter upon duties as a reaches out over several counties up and
in the job rooms of the States down the valley.
“Give me a liver regulator and I can
man office. He served an apprentice
ship in this office of exactly two years. regulate the world,” said a genius. The
Third St., between E and F.
Ifis place will be filled in this office by druggist banded him a bottle of DeWitt’s
E. L. WING, Proprietor.
Ray Barnhart, who is not without ex Little Early Risers, the famous little
pills. Rogers Bros.
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by perience.
day, week or month. Commercial travelers
Byrou Brown who left here some three
VoQveyed to all points at most reasonable rates.
C. D. Johnson has just received a
Give us a call.
large invoice of new surieys, buguies, and a half years ago, has returned to
carts and road wagons, and also has visit his father, Mr. J. P. Brown. Mr.
farm wagons for sale. He is offering Brown resided in Kansas a year and a
them at hip well-known live and-let-live half and California about two years, but
Q STREET MEAT MARKET,
bas come to prefer tbe glorious climate
prices. Come and examine his stock.
of Oregon to the uncertain one of Cali
S. A. Maris also complains of the loss
Reynolds & Bond, Prop’s.
of the fragrant hyacinth by thieves.
Tbe St. Charles store is establishing a
These marauders are entirely too esthetic
Fresh and salt meat» and sausage» of all
kinds constantly in stock.
Cash paid for for the characters they bear
One of reputation for selling clean, bright and
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds
the meanest things in the world is a good groceries at less price than they
of fat stock.
thief—eo mean, in fact, that it makes have been sold in McMinnville. We
the word sound among the meauest in give no baits, but aim to make a small
MATTHIES & BOOTH,
profit on all goods. Good customers
don’t have to pay for what we lose on
H. C. Burns last week disposed of his “dead beats;” everybody payB at the
trotting stock, Alta Norte,to a Pendleton St. Charles store. Your trade solicited.
party, for $300. Alta Norte had already
N. E. K egg .
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
developed a speed of 2:25 at the age of
The annual thank offering service of
South side Third St between B and C.
three years, and gives promise of some
tbe Womens’ Foreign Missionary So
thing a good deal better. Mr. Burns
ciety of the M. E. church was held at
decided he was not a trotting horse man
the parsonage on Wednesday afternoon
either by nature or acquisition. The geld
at 3 o’clock, April 5, 1899. An interest
0 STREET PRODUCE /TARKET,
ing. Dr. Wright, a full brother, was aleo
ing and instructive program was ren
sold at the same time to the same party,
dered which was greatly appreciated by
who now claims that they have a team
C. F. Daniels, Prop.
all the ladies present, after which tbe
record of 2:21.
offering was taken, which amounted to
A boys’ brigade was organized last | »8.30.
cash paid for Poultry aud Country Produce.
Hides aud Tallow bought Hay, Oats, Mlllteed. Friday afternoon at the Columbus school
Oil Meal, Flaxseed aud Bee Supplies of all
John F. Cook, mention of whose ser
kinds kept on hand.
building, the purpose being to constitute
ious illness was made last week, expired
a feature of interest at the G. A. R. state
at his home near this city at 10 p. tn.,
The temporary officers
March 30th, surrounded by tbe members
are: Frank Grannis, captain; Clarence
of bis family, which consists of a wife
yy H. LOGAN,
Stout, first lieutenant; Hollie Burns,
and five grown children. Mr. Cook was
second lieutenant; Fred Cooper, Q. M.
in his 72d year, and was a worthy Chris
sergeant'; Harry Jones, first sergeant;
tian gentleman. After a funeral service
Clifford Reid, first corporal; Harry
I am located opposite Burns A Daniels and aim
led by Dr. Grannis at the residence at 1
GunH will be
to give all customers good treatment for little Hobb9, second corporal.
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat furnished the boys by the state, aud I p. tn. Saturday, burial was made at the
South Yamhill cemetery.
they will bnv themselves uniforms.
About the middle of May a minstrel
Prof. Louis Barzee of tbe college will show by home talent will be given under
lecture at Amity tonight on the subject, the auspices of the local catnp of Wood
“Greatest Need of the Greatest Nation, men. There will be about two dozen
for School and Patrons.” He will give male voices in concert and specialty
Manulkctures and Deals in
the same lecture on tbe day following, numbers, aud a farce or two will be pre
at McCoy. The Prof, has theories of bis sented under the incomparable leader
own regarding school improvement, ship of Mr. Eberle, altogether making a
SADDLES, BRIDLES. SPLRS,
which are said by those who are familiar highly enjoyable entertainment. The
^tidbrushes. snd sells them cheaper .than they with them to be both reformatory and
proceeds will be given to the volunteer
can be bought any where else in tne Willamette
Many people who do not fol monument fund, to purchase a monu
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are radical.
pronounced unsurpassed by those who buy them. low the business, profess to see the need
ment in honor ot Oregon’s dead volun
of some changes; notably less pushing teers. The place of erection of this
of pupils into depths of learning that are monument will probably be left to the
selection of Gov. Geer aud a committee.
to them as if they bad been placed in By all wise considerations it should be
the heart of a wilderness blindfolded, placed in tbe state capital grounds at
without knowledge of their way in or Salem.
Too little attention is given to
rudimentary principles, in tbe eagerness Bean tbe signature of C ha * H. F lctcbba
k Hoods of all descriptions moved, and csreful to get the pupil advanced and graduated
la um for more than thirty yuan, aod
Aline guaranteed, Collection* will be made
TV JTfn/ Fea //aw
Ihly. Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
YOU CAN PROLONG YOUR LIFE
Notary Public and
FOR THE LADIES:
jo Pieces New Lace Curtains,
200 Pieces New Embroidery
50 Pieces New Dress Trimmings, including the draw strings.
350 Pieces New draw string Ribbons,
200 Ladies’ Belts, 15c to 50c.
200 Ladies’ Shirt Waists, 25c to $1.75,
25 Pieces New Silks,
200 Pieces New Summer Dress Goods.
Tbe largest line of Ladies’ Fine Shoes in the city.
sets, Wrappers, Dress Skirts, etc.
FOR THE MEN:
\\ e have New Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, Crash Hats and everything needed in
the line of Clothing and Furnishing Goods, including our mammoth stock of
We Warrant every pair of "Mastiffs," in Ladies’ Gents’ and Children’s.
Call and make your selections while Stock is complete.
CHAS. P. NELSON, Manager.
A ni SIC ESTABLISHMENT.
The Wiley-B. Allen Co. have a De.
partineut Store of Their Own;
But lt’aall Muaie.
Offers you undoubtedly
The Best Shoes
For the Money
Just received front New York a
large line of
TABLE LINEN, TOWELS,
CALICO REMNANTS, Etc.
Now is your time to get a Suit of Men’s or Boys’ Clothing,
as we are closing out these lines, or leave your measure for a
Tailor-made Suit. Don’t forget about our Star 5 Star Shoes.
H. MILLS & SON.
Bear* the *>gn*ture of C ha *. H. F lctcbrr .
la uk for more than thirty year*, «nd
nt Kind i'ou Havt Alwayt Vonghl.
— BICYCLES —
A full line of the latest patterns in WALL PAPER, at bot
tom prices. None but standard goods, warranted to give satis
C. GRISSEN, McMinnville.
Notice to Creditor*.
John Rice came up from Hillsboro
Wednesday to get some personal effects
and take home with him.
Emerson Pianos, Kimball, Earhuf& Cottage Organs
Wheeler & Wilson, New Home and
Domestic Sewing Machines.
I desire to make settlement of all ac
counts now due me. Those knowing
themselves indebted to me will please
make immediate settlement, aud avoid
making further costs neceseary.
E lsia W right .
Garden Seeds of all kinds in
package or in bulk.
All of the Freshest.
Best Sets in the City.
Now on sale at
Dresser & Hendrick’s
Come early and get your choice
Truck and Dray Co.
THE RACKET STORE
Department A—Pianos and organs.
Here can be found the great Knabe, the
Hardman, the Fischer, Ludwig, Har
rington and other celebrated makes. The
Aun Arbor, Estey and Mason A Hamlin
Department B—Musical boxes and j
graphopbones—the "Symphonium,” tbe
“Olympia” and tbe “Stella” music boxes
and an assortment of disks for them.
The grapbopbone talkiug machines aud
records and all supplies for them.
DoparttnentC—Sheet music and books:
Edition Peters, Schirmer, Litollf and in
struction books froiu the presses of all
the leading publishers. Sheet music—all
prints at half price.
Department D—Small goods: In this di-
partment can be found the genuine C. F.
Martin mandolins and guitars, and the
only place where the geuuine “Martin”
can be obtained io Oregon. Also, Wash
burn and other celebrated makes of in
struments. All imported goods come di
rect to us from Europe through the Port
land custom-house. We carry here an
immense assortment of band instruments
drums, 'cellos, basses, etc.
Department E—Piano hospital. Here
is where your old instruments can be
taken and made new. Repair work, tun
ing, polishing, etc., by expert workmen;
in fact, this department is almost a piano
factory in itself. Piano strings, felt, tun
ing hammers and materials of all kinds.
Take Second-street entrance for this de
THE WILEY B. ALLEN CO.,
General music dealers, 209-211 First
street, and 210-212 Second street. Ptones
600. Take elevator for piano warerooms.
A complete line of Cor
The spring finds us with a
larger stock of silverware on
hand than we want, and we feel
inclined to SACRIFICE rather
than carry it through the sum
mer months. During tbe next
few weeks we shall CUT DEEP
LY into profits and more than
share them with you
have tbe least need of silverware
avail yourself of this saving. It
comes but once a year.
W m . F. D i BLSCBNBIDBB,
McMinnville’s Reliable Jeweler.
Two doors below poetoffice.
Monthly report of district No. 13,
Lula Van Oedol, teacher, for month
ending March 24th, 1899: No. of days
taught 18; tfmee tardy, 0; No. enrolled,
29; average attendance, 26.
neither abeent nor tardy, Ethel and
Maude Cone, Victor and Milly Delanh-
mutt, Eva Downing. Laura and Cora
Gilson, Frank Sherman, Nettie and Earl
Scott, My rtle, Fred and Harold Owens,
Joea and Myra Bon.e.
Llcen.ea to Vlarry.
March 29—A. L. Williams, 31, and
Jennie Hutton, 30, of Amity.
March 31—Oscar Faulconer, 39, and
Ciaudie Steward, 21, of Sheridan.
April 4—John C. Parker, 27, of Lane
county, and Maude L. Bishop, a), of
D. M. Sorenson, 31, and Isabel Petit,
22, of DUpb.