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Warren A Son warrant their goods.
G. S. Wright, dentist.
R kpobteb and Weekly Oregonian
See Venen at Griesen’s.
Groceries at Cost.
Groceries at Cost.
for $2, strictly in advance
Read Irvine’s dosing out a<L
G. S. Wright, dentist.
Ed Schmeer, proprietor of the fl»h
For school books and tablets C. Griesen
Read Irvine’s doting out ad.
market, keeps a sup|dy of all kinds of
Dr. Galbreath is over at Salem getting
Christmas presents at Grange store. 2
shell ami game fish, w hicli be sells cheap.
Camera and photograph supplies for ready for his new’ duties at the state
$3,000 Stock of Goods of Irvine it Son to be closed out in the
Friday evening last M isb Vern Fenton
next Thirty Days.
all cheap at Hodson's.
gave a party to alxiut thirty of her young
—McMinn vil le, Oregon.—
Carl Shortridge of Dolph visited in the
friends at her home, and all report an
Below is a partial list. Everything in the house goes:
briefly last week, on his return home
Paid up Capital, $50,000 city the past week.
There have been more U. S. A. double
9 lbs Rolled oats................................... 25c
Mr». D. S. Nash of Buena Vieta was
Hla lbs Granulated Sugar................ 00
E. X. Harding has been elected pre«’-
3 packages Mush ................................ 25c
1 lb pkg Arm arul Hammer Soda
and single axes sold than any other.
Tr.ns.cK a General Banking Bnalueaa.
dent of the Gaston republican dub for
Schilling’s best Tea, ^‘-lb paper..... 22C
1-lb pkg Gloss Starch........................... 5‘2C
Cause: Fnllv warranted. Hodson sells
3 cans Salmon........................................ 25c
the second term.
3-lb pkg Gold Dust wash ¡»owder.... 18c
Office Hours 9 a. m. to 4 p. m.
the present tin» .
Chocolate creams per lb................... 13c
20 lbs extra (’ Sueur............................. $1 00
Miss Grace Porter of Portland will
3 cans Frazer’s axle grease for......... 25c
12 cans Choice Tomatoes.................... 100
Bishop Mor’ is will officiate at the Epis
Attorney R. L. Conner made a busi spend the holidays with her friend Nan-
LEE LAUGHLIN, President.
3‘‘A” size lamp chimneys................ 1ÛC
12 cans Choice Corn.............................. 1 00
ness trip to Portland on Monday.
J, L. ROGERS, Vice-President.
5-lb pail choice Lard......................... 45C
Arbuckle’s Lion or Columbia Coffee
Christmas e ,’e—morning and evening at
E. C. APPERSON, Cashier.
5-gallon keg of pickles....................... 85c
per package......................................... U’^c
The place to buy the beet coffee for
Uncle Dan Holman is spending a por the usual hours. Holy communion st
W. S. LINK, Assistant Cashier.
Star Tobacco, pound plug................ 46c
10-lb sack Wheatlets........................... 15c
the least money is at Warren & Son’s.
tion of the present month with relatives the morn.ng service. All invited.
: Flour per Barrel.................................... $2 GO Stoneware per gallon........................... 11C
8. Howorth, the druggist, was in and friends in Portland.
Canned Beans per doz....................... s>u
Grandma Woods died at the home of
3 packages Pedro Tobacco for......... 25c
Table Syrup in l-gal tin can............... 45c
Portland two or three days early in the
ESmerson it Milton pianos, Kim her daughter Mrs. Frank Stephens Tues
Di) ie Queen Tobacco in 16oz pails or
1 lb No. 1 S| ider lz?g Tea................... 38c
ball organs; bottom prices and easy day ni>.lit, and was buried at Hopewell
Rock Candy Syrup in 5-gal tin jack
g E. GOUCHER, M. D.,
Any kind of gum per pkg................
ets .......................................................... |1.6O
The genuine 1847 Rogers Bros, ware terms at C. Griesen's.
yeste’day. Mrs. Woods was aged 74
20 lbs of Rice
................................. 1 00
1-lb can good Baking Powder for...... 20c
at Wm. F. Dielschneider’s.
B. F. Blood has sold his blacksmith years and ten months. The immediate
Plantation Sorghum Molasses per can 40c
8 bars Laundry Soap........................... 25c
The little daughter of Wm. Logan the shop at Forest Grove ami will move back ca ise of her death was a paralytic stroke.
100 lbs Fine Balt for.............................. 80c
Bacon, sugar cured, per pound......... 9c
1 pint bottle Olivo Oil................ .
Baker’s or Epp’s t'ocoa per can......... 22lac
barber, fell Wednesday while playing, to Carlton.
It is understood that the Baptist Sun
Ketchup, regular 25c size.................... 15c
1 bottle Vanila and Lemon extract... 10c
Office over McMinnville National Bank.
one of her legs below the hip.
$1 AM), at M. E. Hendrick’s. Call and night as their Christmas observance; the
M c M innville
O beoon .
Live agent wanted to have sole agency examine our line before buying. 52-2
Methodists an mk ; the Christians Ireis
Everything in the house goes. Call early while the
for Yamhill and vicinity. Big money.
and snow houses, and the C. P’s a snow
QOOK & CABLE,
Address 1’. O. box 263, Portland, Ore break the index finger of his left hand house and a couple of trees. All are in
Stock is full.
while firing on an East Side S. P. en joyous preparation for the merry Christ
Charley Greening had more applicants gine, by catching it in the door latch, mas season.
to chop wood th in he wanted. He has and is at home while it heals.
tin next Sunday the services at the
Rooms in Jacobson Block,
ten men at work.
Chase <t Sanborn’s coffee contains the Methodist church will have reference to
A series of meetings w ill be begun in purest, best and most delicious coffee the season. There will be special music
M c M innville ,
O regon .
the Christian church on January 4th. that expert buyers can procure. If you by the choir, and in the morning the
The pastor will be assisted by the pastor want a good cup of coffee try it. We subject on which the pastor will preach
J C. MICHAUX, n. D.,
of the first Cbiistian church of Tacoma. have it at all prices. Sold only by M. will be “Emmanuel,” and the evening
subject will be “The Angels’ Song.”
Seventeen cents per day will put a E. Hendrick.
A TAUK ON BOOKS.
Physician and Surgeon,
beautiful organ io your home to gladden ./TV. H. Funk, the reliable expressman, Everybody is cordially invited to attend.
The Petty brothers of North Yamhill—
could not deliver to the patrons of Wells
your life and loved ones.
M c M innville , OREGON.
Fargo as promptly yesterday morning as William, Walter and Wallace—triplets
See Venen at Grissen’s.
As the holidays are approaching, it becomes a serious
Office in Union Block
usual. His faithful nag slipped and by birth, grew to manhood together, then
question with many people how to remember one’s family and
17c per day.
"larched t together to old bachelorhood,
friends at this time of good cheer and mutual remembrance.
jf the parched
fell in the mud, breaking one of
What can be more appropriate than a good book? It is al
ways a welcome ami an aceptable gift and it need not strain
At their fair Saturday evening the
Services at the Christian church next The brotherly trio gained the apex ol
Morning subject, “The
C. C t rissei t
about $40; expenses about $6. The ar Greatest Tragedy of the Christian Age.” evening when the third degree in Mason
When you want an appropriate book for young or old. Years
ticles placed on sale were above the or- Evening subject, “The Greatest Trage ry was conferred upon the three, by
of experience have enabled him to make ihc best selections in
dinary in quality and beauty.
dian of the Ages.” Christmas music by Lodge No. 3, of Lafayette.
the matter of literature and prices.
Miss Annie E. Gunning, Tyre, Mich., choir. Arnold Lindsey in the pulpit.
says, “I suffered a long time from dys
Mrs. R. Churchill, Berlin, Vt., says, new registration books for voters, which
pepsia; lost fleeli anti became very weak. “Our baby was covered with
Office rooms 9 and 10, Union Block.
running will be opened with the new year, and
And get a chance on a $20 Ladies' Gold Watch.
DeWitt’s Witch Hazel Salve closed on May 15th; previous to the elec
me ” It digests what you eat and cures cured her.” A specific for
all forms of stomach trouble. It never skin disease».
Beware of worthless blank book to be kept in the clerk’s office
and a smaller blank book for use in each
fails to give immediate relief in the counterfeits. Rogers Bros.
precinct on election day. In each of
worst ca«es. Rogers Bros.
Freddie Johnson, the jeweler’s son,
Father Servais will conduct midnight came near drowning in Cozine creek these books the voter registers his name,
mass at the Catholic church at 12o’clock ¡Tuesday evening. He had gone after age, occupation and place of residence.
Sunday night, and will say mass on his cow, and attempted to wade the In the last particular if the voter lives
Christmas morning at 10:30 o’clock. creek. Fortunately Jimmie King and in the country it is necessary for him to
The choir will be led bv Toney’s orches the two Funk boys were with him and specify the tow nship, section and range,
'll! which his home is located. If he
NORTH YAMHILL, OR.
tra at both rervices. All are cordially -v pnfljj | him out before he sank.
lives in town the number of his block,
Oregon’s delegation in congress
lot, ami the name of his street must be
Legal papers written and acknowledgement: **No difference how badly we need a not permit the Indian war veterans to
given. If lie has no home of his own,
little snow fur Christmas we are eviden’- be fleeced into paying $-’5 tn pension he must specify the room he occupies in
ly booked for a disappointment if we ex attorney» for receiving pensions. The the house at which he lodges.
pect it. With Howers in bloom outdoors, pension bill provides that, the attorney larger register is kept as a record in the
and tender vegetation that escaped the fee he only |10. Representations were clerk’s office at the court house. The
I N. HOBBS,
November frost actually growing, the made that unless |25 was given the pen- precinct register is furnished the judges
Is our proposition, and it is
chances for a “green Christmas” are in
ln’ ^ions would be refused. Contracts made witli other election supplies, shortly be
spirit of the live business
/ for this amount will not be recognized f(iri
fore the election, and is in their hands
It is only another
;Min Lynch of this city received a when presented.
for use on election day. If any’ person
way of expressing the old say
telegram la-t week announcing the death
“Ma!” “What?” “That organ "man proposes to vote whose name cannot be
I am located next door to R. M. Wade & Co., of his son F. M. Lynch, a dentist of Che
ing “A nimble penny is better
is coming.” “Law me, tel) him I ain’t found by the judges in the precinct
and am here to do good work and give satistac-
halis, Wash. His death occurred on home! Why, it’s Yenen! Bless me register, the privilege of suffrage will be
tion. Terms reasonable.
than a slow sixpence.”
Tuesday, Dec. 12th. nt Yuma, Arizona, then, let him in! They say he sells denied him.
whither tie had gone for the benefit of organs for nothing down, and the bal
his health. The body was brought back ance at death, ami if you have to pay
HI fl III
and buried at Chehalis.
any thing nt all, its only 17 cents a day !”
Is traveling on this principle, and the volume is coming our way. We are on
The Lincoln Republican Club of this the inside
0 STREET MEAT MARKET,
“Papa, can’t I have an organ for
of our store most of the time, ami we generally have company. Those
Last Monthly, Ed Myers, living south
who have tried our goods and prices are »aiisfietl we don’t allow them to be any-
Christmas? Mr. Venen will let us buy of Laurel, Washington county, was acci
Reynolds & Bond, Prop's.
one piece at a time. One month you dentally shot by bis brother Frank the meeting of the State Republican Club. thing else. We have some splendid HOLIDAY GIFTS in our Queensware and
can pay for the l.d, next month buy lite while killing a hog. Frank was in the That this may he done, revised lists of
Fresh and salt meats and sausage» of all
kinds constantly in stock.
Cash paid for stool, and next the top, and so on ; and pigpen, and as lie raised the gnn it was
Warren A Pon’s, livine A Son’s and Rog
hides. Highest market price paid for all kinds besides, w hile we are paying for it piece
discharged, the ball striking his brother ers Bros.’for the signature of all whose
of fat stock.
at a time, he will let us keep the organ on the left side of the head. Dr. Link
names do not appear on the roll. If not
here and use it all the lime.”
later of H i 1 Is I Hiro w as summoned to dress
^ATTHIES fit CO.,
already a memlter you ate invited to sign
Pres- the wound. The boy died on the follow
J. H. N ki . son ,
byterian church will be of special inter- ing day.
1‘iea. Lincoln Republican Club.
e t next Sunday. The pastor will preach
Mr. J. Sheer, Sedalia, Mo., saved hie
in the morning on the subject “A Fitting child’s life by One Minute Cough Cure.
Choice, Freeh Meats, All Kinds Adoration.” Thei hoir will have charge
Doctors had given her up to dio with
Chicken», butter and eggs in unlimited
of the evening service giving the sacred croup. It’s an infallible cure for coughs, numbers at the Blue Front store on B
South side Third St. between B and C.
cantata, “The Prince of Peace.” All are colds, grippe, pneumonia, bronchitis and street. Just opened.
invited to attend and enjoy these servi throat and lung troubles. Relieves at
Never To» Old ■» I.earn.
ces. The S. S. will have their Christmas once. Rogers Bros.
Opposite McMinnville Fence Works, McMinnville, Oregon.
exer< ises on Saturday evening.
on P. M. Flynn, formerly peddler,
Q .STREET PRODUCE HARKET
The St Chalies store continues fo sell delight in entertaining at dinner last and yon will learn he sells goods cheap.
new crop walnuts at 15 cents per pound, Sunday Mrs. Wood’s parents, Mr. and
F. Daniels, Prop.
Star tobacco at 50 cents per plug, eoal Mrs. Jacob Byers of Fairdale, and Mr.
Mitchell Farm and Spring Wagons,
oil 20 cents per gallon, standard corn 111 and Mrs. Merrill and Jonathan Todd of in apices,
Triumph, Gang, Sulky and Walkiug
Cash M for Poultry and Country Produce.
in Baking powder,
Hides anpallow bought. Hay, Oats, Millfeed. cents per can, Java and Mocha coffee at this city. The combined agOH of those
Oil Mealri.xseed an.l Bee Supplies of all 25 cents per pound, good flour 75 cents old people was 397 years.
Mr. Wood, in extracts,
kinds kepon hand.
lloosier Drills and Seeders,
l>er sack, 3 pounds of nice candy for 25 who is a natural statistician, ascertained in coffee are giving
Southwick Hay Presses,
cents, sweet potatoes for 3 cents per that there were but 22 natural teeth left good satisfaction
at Warren & Son.
pound, good lice 7 cents per pound. A with this aged quintette,
Meyers’ Spray Pumps and Hay Tools,
The highest market price paid for but
crate of dishes just arrived. Syrup in | Judge George Barnett is holding court
’s Right Laps and Weeders,
jogan B radley ,
cans, buckets ami barrels, to suit any in Portland, exchanging with Judge ter and egg».
Freeman Feed Cutters and Windmills,
body. Soap at old prices.
Frazer. The Portland Telegram pays Mpeclnl «Hie oK'nndtes and Mitt*
Babcock, “Henney” and “Bee” Lines of
N. E. K kg <;^^’
Judge Burnett the following pretty and
For all sorts of Christmas and holiday
Thp famous Nashville students male deserved compliment: “Judge Burnett festivities nt White's confectionery. The
We are locatediposite H. C. Burns’ and aim
Wire, Twine and Bale Ties.
togive all custom, <oou treatment for little quartet will appear with the Nashville has a fine reputation among Portland prices on these goods are the best ever
money. Bath roo, ¡n connection. Your pat
students next Monday at the opera lawyer». They say he is prompt, de offered, and y ou w ill miss a bargain if
house, and sing all their favorite selec- cisive ami generally right,
He is a von fail to consult White.
We are able
lion«, including the “calliope” and their young man, apparently 35 years old, to furnish any sized order, whether
“yodel" songs. They also have a new with a strong, square jaw and few small or large.
Chinese song this year, and their new words.”
concert “Come Where the Band is Play
Fir %» noil lor «Mie.
A« a cure for rheumatism Chmaber-
ing." imitating band instruments, makes Iain’s Pain Balm is gaining a wide rep-
$2.50 a cord,delivered, by IL Johnson.
■ a tremendous hit every night. Admis- station.
It. B. Johnston of Richmond, Leave orders at R. Nelson’s wagon
Ind., has l-crn troubled with that ail ■hop.
SADDLES, BRIL.ES, SPURS. ! sion 25c, 35c ami -50 eta.
Mrs. Waylard Hunsaker planned an ment sin< e 13W2. In afieakiog of it he
^ndbrushes, and sells the» cheaper than they
?<n be bought anywhere elsin
Willamette effectual surprise lor her husband Wed says:
"I never found anything that
Valley. Our all home mada.tfl of banie»«- are
Bean the signature of Cs»e H Fr eTCBsa.
pronounced unsurpassed by t^ who buy them. nesday evening, the occasion lieiug bis would relieve me until I used Cha 'ber-
birthday. The following invited gueats lairi’a Pain Balm. It acts like .uagic In use tor more than thirty yean and
The Kind I’oa Hnvn Alivayt Aonght.
inarched in solemn prm ession and took with me. My foot was swollen and pain
’ charze of his home while he was tem ing me very mil' h, hilt one good appli
Tter M. < karlew litre
porarily absent on an errand : Mr. and cation of Pain Balun relieved me.” For
Illiie Front C ash more
gROWER & SON,
We have the roost complete line of
Wants KKM> dvzen chk*keiu> and 1BOOO
Mrs. E l Warren, Mr. and Mrs. Scott sale by Howorth A Co., druggists.
Is the chea|iest place in town to git
doaen eggs at once. Ca*h paid on de
Wright, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Scott, Mr.
town, which we are offering it prices dry goods, notions and shoes. Latest
N. E. K k < h *.
and Mrs. 8. I. Hibta, Mr. and Mrs. F.
that defy competition.
Call and get and newest stock. Agent for R. AG
Bear, the aign.ture of C ha *. H. Frtrrcwi
|C. Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs. I). I. Asbury,
prices and be convinced. M. E. Hi so lorsets snd Ferris waists.
itoolsof sit description» moved..n4
an I Miss Jessie Rend. The evening was
P. M. F lysx A C o .
le, »accessor to i>reaeer A Hendrick.
handling guaranteed. Collections wy be made
writer pai«rs. Legal and lette/ taes.
ZXz Kind Yon ifavn Atmayi fi'nrkl.
I tpent most pleasantly.
m< nt ily. Hauling oí ail kinds done leap.
CLOSING OUT SALE !
J. P. Irvine & Son
Notary Public and
WARREN & SON.
Mitchell, Lewis &Staver
con PAN Y.
U. S. BOOTH, Manager
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