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VOL' CAN PROLONG YOUR LIFE
G. 8. AVright, dentist.
C. Griesen’s new stock of wall paper. 6
G. S. AVright, demist.
Go to Palmer Brou. for all kinds of fresh
Mi’s Ida Skinner is rapidly recovering (isli.
from her recent severe illness.
W. T. Logan of Salem is over on a
Dr. G. 8. A\ right was chosen secretary visit to bis nephew, AV. II.
DR. LEROY LEAVIS. D. D. S.
and treasurer of the state dental board
Newest and latest designs in wall paper
Mrs. E. L. Weed of Oregon City, a
F. J. Miller of Dallas was down to the
former resident here, attended the en encampment.
ÇJALBREATH & GOUCHER,
lion. Chas. AV. Fulton will deliver the
Best aud cheapest camera, with twelve I Fourth of July address at Independence.
, plate holders, and all of the latest photo
Screen doors and screen wire at Mc
supplies at Hodson's.
Minnville Fence Works.
(Ofllce over Braly’a Bank.)
N. C. Christenson moved up from
Miss Lena Campbell of Dallas is the
O k I gon . New berg this week, to get ready for oper guest of Mrs. AV. II. Logan this week.
ating bis warehouse here.
3 caus cboiee tomatoes for 26c. Choice
Newt Rowland ¡9 back from southern Maine corn. 10c a can;
qook a cable ,
Oregon to remain, firmly believing that
J. P. I rvine & Sox.
A atubill is the best county in the state.
Tho Dallas woolen mills are running
A pleasant reception was tendered ou full time, with lots of orders ahead.
Rev. Geo. AV. Fender and wife by mem See their ad. in this paper.
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
bers of the C. P. church last Friday
Ou July 9th Dr. Watte of Lafayette
will again preach in the Christian
The Hillsboro Independent has adopt church, ou the subject of “The Four
ed the phonetic spelling on sneli words Beasts.”
as “thru," “tho,” etc.
Consult Hodson before you buy a new
QUELL & WOOD,
Mrs. Maty J.eabo and Miss Annie kodak. He haB the very best photo
I Leabo took their departure for The graphic supplies of all kiuds, at moat
Real Estate and Insurance.
Dalles during the week, where they will reasonable rates.
Office in McMinnville National Bank visit with relatives and friends for a
Mrs. M. C. Mattilieu, a former teacher
Building, C Street.
in the Salem schools, will have charge of
Mrs. Maddox celebrated her eightieth a piano house in Portland.
Farms for sale, houses to rent, aud all kluds birthday last Sunday by giving a dinner
The New Home and Climax sewing
of insurance written. Agents tor property of
for the children and relatives.—Amity machines, needles and extras at C. Gris-
non reaideuts. Correspondence solicited.
Watch our market for strawberries,
It makes no difference how bad the
cherries and all fruits in their season.
wound if you use DeWitt’s AVitch Hazel
B ettman & W arren .
Salve; it will quickly heal aud leave no
[ N. HOBBS,
Sam I.. Simpson, Oregon’s poet who scar. Rogers Bros.
died in Portlandlast week, was a brother
You cannot make a linen duster cut
of John T. Simpson, ex-posttnaster of of a pig’s ear, but you can find the finest
line of buggy robes, w hips, etc., ever
I am located next door to R. M. Wade & Co.,
Rev. A. J. Hunsaker will deliver the brought to McMinnville, at the harness
and uiu here to do good work and give &atiBiac-
occasional address before the tenth an store of Elsia Wright.
tion. Terms reasonable.
nual reunion of the Polk County Pioneer
Mrs. C. AV. Lowe has returned from
Association at Rickreall today.
southern Oregon, and is spending the
The Second Oregon, as it sailed from week with her mother, Mrs. Kitty I’atty.
the Philippine shores, left (¡2 of its Dr. Lowe was here over Sunday, but
< number dead from battle and disease in left for Forest Grove Monday morning.
Third St ., between £ and F.
! one year’s campaign.
Don't think you can euro that slight
E. L. WING, Proprietor.
Prof. Frank Strong of Naw Haven, attack of dyspepsia by dieting, or that it
Everything first-class. Horses boarded by Conn., has been chosen president of the will cure itself.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cute
day, wo^k or month. Commercial travelers
conveyed to all points at most reasonable rates. university of Oregon to succeed President I will cure it; it “digests what you eat”
Give iis a call.
and restores the digestive organs to
I. . B. Charles and S. J. Lasbier, two health. Rogers Bros.
AVm. B. Turner, w ho holds a promi
pleasant young men of Newberg, who
are printers, gave us a professional call nent clerkship in the U. S senate, ar
Q STREET MEAT MARKET,
encampment rived with hie family Monday evening
on a visit to Oregon relativesand friends.
Reynolds & Bond, Prop’s.
Henry Bills came down from Dallas They have been etopping for a time in
on Sunday with his family and his Los Augeles since the adjournment of
Fresh and salt meats and sausages of all
kinds constantly in stock.
Cash paid for sister, Mrs. Russell, who is visiting him congress.
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds
Rev. R. AV. King’s sermon to old
from the east. Tite family remained to
of fat stock.
people Sunday morning w as quite well
attended by those for whom it was given,
Miss Bertha M. Kay graduated from
MATTMIES & BOOTH,
and after the sermon a general and
the college of oratory of AViilamette uni
hearty hand shaking ensued. The idea
versity last week, and on Saturday even
of specially remembering the aged is
ing gave a graduating recital, assisted by
a good one, and cannot be overdone.
Salem’s best musical talent.
Henry Johnson, while working on a
Choice, Fresh Meats, All Kinds
J. A. Frisbie has moved a house owned
bridge on Monday, had the misfortune
South side Third St. between B and C.
by him to bis newly acquired lots north
to slip uud fall on a spike, w hich pene
of bis present residence.
He will fit it
trated the center of his hand, and is
up for his o wn occupancy and rejt the
likely to lay him up for some time. The
one in w hich he lives to A. M. Dee.
spike penetrated clear through the Land
Q STREET PRODUCE ITARKET,
An alarm of fire Wednesday afternoon excepting the skin on the upper surface.
set the big crowd agog for a time. It
Prof. Geo. A. Peebles, late superin
C. F. Daniels, Prop.
proved to be a little blaze in Granstrom’s tendent, of the Salem schools, and pre
machine shop, started from the engine. viously of McMinnville, lias taken a po
C»sli paid for Poultry and Country Produce. It was extinguished with a couple buckets sition with the Weston normal school
Hide. and Tallow bought. Hay, Oat*, MiUfeed.
Oil Meal. Flaxseed and Bee Supplies of all of water.
for the coming year Prof. D. AV. Yoder
kinds, kept on baud.
Ralph Herbert, who is with Uncle succeeds him at Salem. Prof. C. H.
Sant’s hospital corps, and who has just Jones is again chosen ns one of the prin
returned from a trip to AVashington, D. cipals.
C., as detail on insane cases, stopped
There will be a course of health talks
oil on Tuesday to visit his mother and at AVright’a hall by Mrs. Lucy Hitch
cock. state manager for the Oregon
Mrs. Damon E. Sawyer, postmistress A’iavi Co. on the following afternoons at
I am located opposite Burns \ Daniels and alm of Wheatland,died in childbirth on Mon 2 :30 o’clock :
Tuesday, June 28th,
to give all customers good treatment lor little
money. Bath rooms in connection. Your pat day, June 19lh, at the age of 30 years subject, “Nerves and Nervousness;”
Interment took place at Hopewell ceme Wednesday, June 28th, a talk with
tery on Tuesday, conducted by Rev. mothers and daughters,
Trask. Deceased was a daughter of C. cordially invited to attend, Admission
gLSIA W RIGHT,
John AA’atts, who lives eight miles
Mr. L L. AVhitcomb for many years a
Manufactures and Deals In
resident of thia county lias disposed of southwest of McMinnville, has had an
all itia interests here and with his family unusual experience with bees. One
moved to Lane county. The emigrants year ago he hived a swarm in a coal oil
started south last Tuesday morning going box. Within a period of nine days re
SADDLES, BRIDLES, SPURS,
in their own conveyance.—Hillsboro cently five living swarms have come out
-ndbrushes, and sells them cheaper than they
The average increase in
;au be bought any« here else in the Willamette Intiependent. Mr. Whitcomb was for- of that box.
Valley. Our all home made sets of harness are
bees is about two swarms a season. Mr.
pronounced unstitpassed by those who buy them. merly a Yainbiller.
Mr. and Mrs. U. S. Grant anti Mr Watts has never known so great an in
Monroe Miller left thia week for the crease in bis experience with bees, and
medical springe near Lafayette, where can find no one who has. It proves the
Mr. Miller hopes to find relief from an Willamette valley full cf possibilities in
gROWER & SON,
attack of rheumatism which has been the industry of bee culture.
Report of the 1'leasant Hill eeltool.
troubling him during the past winter.
Diet. No. 43, for the term Iteginning Jan.
—Polk Co. Observer.
Dr. Kershaw, in speaking about the 23 and ending June 9tb, '99: Total en
Good* of all descriptions moved, and careful Grand
Ronde reservation, said his rollment for the term, 36: average daily
handling guaranteed. Collections will be made
charges were an industrious lot, although attendance, 34. The following are the
monthly. Hauling of all kinds done cheap.
among them are some famous fighters, I names of those having been neither
who made so much trouble along the absent nor tardy during the term:
Rogue river and other places. The mor Stuart and Willie Grenfell, Maud Hou«,
tality he says far exceeds the births. 1 er, May and Inez Martin, Eva, Lavern,
Last year hie Indians harvested 30,003 Elbert and Clayton McCall. Of these
i buslteis of oats and 5000 bushels of J Stuart and Willie Grenfell have a |>erfect
record for the entire term of nine
wheat. There are 382 of them on the
months. I da It. P aoexkoff , Teacher.
If you suffer from tenderness or full-
About twelve miles of bicycle path has
NORTH YAMHILL, OR.
been constructed in this county. This ness on the right side, pains nnder
shoulder-blade, constipation, biliousness,
Legal papers written and acknowledgements , will probably exhaust the fund from the
tax of this year. The path« built are as •ick-headarhe, and feel dull, heavy and
follows: From McMinnville south to sleepy your liver is torpid and congested.
south Yamhill bridge; east to Sully DeWitt’s Little Early Risers will cure
station; north on Lafayette road to junc you promptly, pleasantly and perman
tion with Carlton read, and down that ently by removing the congestion and
road to Mr. Burdette’s place. Already causing the bile ducts to oj«n and flow
it is discovered that some one has l«en naturally. They are good pills. Rogers
riding the new paths on horseback,', Bros.
which is likely to make trouble. Parties
who trespass in this manner lay them-
Beart Ute »¡(nature of Cita» II FltTCWB*
Office rooms • and 10, Colon Block.
selvei liable to prosecntloo, and become
In - um for more than thirty year» and
7Y* JTi'wrf Kou Hi-Ji Ahrajrl Bonghi.
Oregon guilty of a very serious offense.
by keeping your DENTAL ORGANS tn perfect
condition, thus promoting gqod dlgealtou,
which u the prime factor ot perfect health.
You are Invited to call frequently at my office
for examination of the condition ot your teeth
Al departments of dentistry are practiced, and
by the most modern andcotuteienhou» methods.
We offer for Next Ten Days
140 Pairs (Den’s Shoes
200 PAIRS MEN'S SHOES
Former • price $2.50 and $3
Sale price ?2.
Truck and Dray Co.
Notary Public and
Sale price $1.75
Fortner price $2.50, $2.25
300 ¡Pairs Chiidren ‘ s 3/ioes
Reduced from 2,5c to 50c a pair.
ORR & Cos
10 Per Gent
bkMPie or A
NON-UNION MADE SUIT
On all of our Spring and Summer PANTS,
including the SAveet-Orr Co. line.
Our 30c and 35c Japanese Matting reduced to
25c; 25c Matting to 20c; 20c Matting to 15c.
These prices are for ten days only, beginning
June 1 st. We carry a large line of Dry Goods,
Boots and Shoes, Staple and Fancy Groceries,
Clothing, Hats aud Caps, Trunks and Valises,
Bicycles, Cameras and supplies, and can save
you money. Call and get our prices.
The Best is the Cheapest — 8uy the Sweet Orr & Co Make.
The yearly meeting of Friends at New
berg opened yesterday.
Miss Feely of Astoria is visiting her
sister, Mrs. Ed. Willis.
The Portland University is to be moved
into the city, from its location seven
There is only one genuiue kodak ami
that is the Eastman. Don’t be misled by
Dielsehneider, the jeweler, handles the
Mrs. AVm. Galloway of Oregon City
has been an interested visitor to the
encampment this week. Tho appear-
auce of her poi trait and sketch in the
encampment souvenir was planned by
Mr. Galloway as a surprise for his wife,
and it worked all right.
We now have a few thousand dollars to
loan on farm property, at good terms.
I rvine & V iwton .
J. D. Bridge, editor aud proprietor of
the Democrat, Lancaster, N. IL, says:
“I would not lie without One Minute
Cougli Cure for my boy, when troubled
with a cough or cold. It is the best
remedy for croup I ever used.” Rogers
Mr. and Mrs. J. IL Williamson of
Muncie, Ind., arrived here Thursday of
last week and remained until Monday,
visiting with their old friends, Mr. and
Mrs. O. 0. Hodson. They had been
tonring California, and were due at
home July 4th, with the Yellowstone
national park to visit on the way, hence
their stay here was cut short.
If you have piles, cure them. No use
undergoing horrible operations that
simply remove the results of the disease
without disturbing the disease Itself.
Place your confidence in DeWitt’s Witch
Hazel Salve. It lias never failed to cure
others; it will not fail to cure you.
Mrs. J. F. Calbreath and daughters
Helen and Evaline, arrived ItAme from
Nashville, Tenn., Monday evening.
They were caught in ttie jam at the train,
•nd seemed evidently pleased witli the
thought tliat tite city had grown so. Tite
kisses they received from lady friends
seemed as numerous as the sands of the
sea. They hud beeu absent nearly a
year. They missed tite New Richmond
cyclone just it) hours being behind it.
■ ■ ■
From my farm near Lafayette, a
medium-sized Jersey bull. Color light
gray, dark head and shoulders. Very
dish-faced and eyes prominent. IIo is
tlehorned. A suitable reward will be
paid for his return to my place.
M. O. L ownsdale .
I'aiirtl the Ordeal.
The following teachers of this county
have jntst been grnuted state palters as
State reriifii-ntea ■ Cora Comer, New
berg; I.nlu Graves, Amity; Nellie H.
Findlay, Dayton; Ethel C. Votaw, New
berg; Mrs. Annie Barzce, McMinnville.
State diploma: Mies Lena Stilwell, of
Life diploma: Miss Eva E. Akin of
Far Rale ar Trade.
A well-boring outfit for 6, 8 or ten incli
tiling or casing, ail in good shape. In
quire of Henry Pearson.
Bear» th* «ignatare of C ha *. It FtaTeaaa
lor more than thirty year*, and
Tht King Von Him Ati)i Bought.
M c M innville grange & farmers C o
Chas. P. Nelson, Manager.
WUOLuRuWERS, ATI EH HON!
Before disposing of your wool, see the woolen mill in
Dallas. Highest cash prices paid. Call or notify us by mail,
and our buyer will call ou you. State qualities and grade.
PIONEER WOOLEN MILLS Co.,
Dallas, Polk County, Or.
THE RACKET STORE
Offers you undoubtedly
The Best Shoes
For the Money
Straw and Crash Hats,
Ladies’ Summer Underwear,
Lace Curtains, Laces, Ribbons,
In Misses’ and Boys’ Goods we have Clothing below competi
tion. Working and fine shirts, extra Pants, Overalls and Un
derwear, Cotton and Wool Sweaters. Just received a large line
of Window Shades.
H. MILLS & SON
Dr. Lowe’s Sarsaparilla
A compouud of the A’egetable alterative extracts
peculiar to the Southern states for the blood.
An effective remedy for sluggish circulation, and
the pimples, blotches and similar eruptions that
result therefrom. An infallible remedy for rheu
matism, dyspepsia, indigestion, nervous and sick
headaches. In cases of nervous debility, loss of
appetite and strength it is wonderful. 75c a bot
tle of 100 doses.
ROGERS BROS.’ Pioneer Pharmacists.
Are Leaders for 1899.
Why! Because the price is right.
Below any possible Competitor.
Chainless, Model 59 and 60.............................
50 and 51
Columbia Model 57 and 58...............................
49 and 45
Hartford Pattern 19 and 20
Vedette Pattern 21 and 22
. . |75
You will have cause to regret if you purchase without
seeing this fine line of wheels.
Send for catalogue.
W. Lt. HEMBREE.