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The A. 8. Lane family living on the
Prof. J. N. Hart, school sujierintend-
ent of Polk county*, was In the city yes- river a mile and a half below town, all
terday. He is in the race for the office of whom have been sick with what the
C. Grissen’s new stock of wall papier. 6
of district attorney, being also a shining doctors think is the smailj>ox are now
Fresh oysters at the fish market, if
about well and will e»x>n be able to be
light at the bar.
out again. The disease was brought
Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Conner were in
'The governor of Oregon has received home by one of the boys from the log
Portland several days the past week.
quite an honor in being invited to speak ging camp in Tolk county, where a num
The R eporter and Weekly Oregonian at the Lincoln Day banquet in Chicago
ber of men have had the same, though
one vear for (2, strictly in advance
February 12th. This is the first time in opinions differ as to whether it is small
Walter Holman visited in McMinn the history of the country that a Pacific pox or not
Dr. Harry Littlefield has
coust orator has been invited to deliver been here for several days assisting hie
ville Monday and Tuesday.
Photo mounts cut to any size you wish the oration. It is possible the governor brother Dr. IL J. in his practice. On
at this office, anil for sale cheaper than may accept, and hie friends are satisfied Monday they performed a very critical
that in so doing, he will do honor to the surgical operation on the person of Mre.
occasion and reflect credit upon the state, ✓ 'Canby Heston of Dundee, the results of
Dr. Harry Littlefield came up
The evangelistic services which have which are still in very grave doubt. A
Portland Monday and visited with his
been conducted at the M. E. church for gall stone which was giving very serious
brother till the following day.
Camera and photograph supplies for some time past will be continued this trouble was removed,and while the phy
week, with sermon every night except sicians hope that the patient may be
cheap at Hodson's.
There is a disc sc prevailing in this
by the pastor, Henry T. Atkin able to withstand the shock and recover
country most dangerous because so decep
A Dallas paper says: “Musical talent
son. A song service preceiles the preach from the disease, they are aware that
tive. Many sudden deaths are caused by
it—heart disease, pneumonia, heart failure of McMinnville will give a recital in Dal ing service.
Next Sunday being the they have a very difficult case on their
or apoplexy are often the result of kidney las in the near future. The program
hands......... N. C. Christenson was down
disease. If kidney trouble is allowed to ad will contain many novelties and will quarterly meeting, the Presiding Elder,
vance the kidney-poisoned blood will attack doubtless furnish a delightful evening’s Rev. Dr. Watters will be here, but not from McMinnville the first of the week
the vital organs, or the kidneys themselves
until the evening at 7:30, at which time and while here closed a »leal with J. C.
break down and waste away cell by cell. entertainment. There will be solos, du he will preach.
In the morning the Sawyer by which he again becomes the
Then the richness of the blood—the albumen ets, quartets, octets and choruses. Watch pastor will preach as usual and his sub owner of the grain warehouse at the rail
—leaks out and the sufferer has Bright’s for further announcements.’’
ject will be “The Lord’s Song.” Every- road station. He has taken a partner
Disease, the worst form of kidney trouble.
For pure home-made buckwheat flour. boiy is cordially invite»! to all these ser in the warehouse business at McMinn-
Dr. Kilmer's Swamp-Root the now dis
covery is the true specific for kidney, bladder you will find it at Warren A Son’s.
vices. On Monday morning at V :30 the ville and North Yamhill, which will
and urinary troubles. It has cured thousands
State Superintendent of Public In quarterly meeting will be held, and wilt probably relieve him of the personal
of apparently hopeless cases, after all other
efforts have failed. At druggists in fifty-cent struction J. H. Ackerman is expected to be presided over by Dr. Watters; all oversight of the business at McMinn-
and dollar sizes. A sample bottle sent free visit the publie schools of this city to members of the quarterly conference are ville ami the probabilities are that he
by mail, also a book telling about Swamp- day.
urged to be present, ami those who have will return to Newberg with bis family
Root and its wonderful cures. Address
I have money to loan on farm prop reports to make are requested to bring some time the coming season. Mr.
Dr. Kilmer & Co., Binghamton, N. Y. and
Christenson grew up with the farmers
mention this paper.
erty at good terms. Parties wishing to them written.
of.this community, and by his upright
borrow, call and see me.
The department of music of McMinn-
methods of doing business he gained
R L. C onner .
ville college gave a pleasing entertain-
Charley Hoberg has purchased an in ment on Friday evening, under direction their confidence so that he now lias a
terest in a mining claim near Baker of Mrs. Annie Evenden, being the first good stand-in with them in the ware-
City, and lias named it the “Mary Jane,” public recital of the school year. The house business, and he will drop back
into his old place without a jar. We
Hfter his mother.
program was varie»! and extensive. Vo
By the intelligent use of the
will be glad to see the family back again
We now have a few thousand dollars to
Opothulmoscope. 1 am prepared
as residents of New-berg.—Graphic.
son, Stella Redmond, A. E. Lambert, E.
to make the internal examination
loan on farm property, at good terms.
of your eyes and determine
S. Warren, W. T. Macy, Mollie Patty,
I rvine & V inton .
whether or not the defect is au
Miss Julia Prentiss will soon begin George McCutcheon and Mrs. Ethel
error of refractions or disease.
Dorris. Piano renditions were given by
1 also have the finest Trial case
district, her arrival from Jefferson being Bessie Cook, George Adams, Edna Hod- Shows the state of your feelings and the
for testing your eyes in Yamhill
•■xpected this week, after which her eon, Pearl Campbell, Everett Latourette, -late of your health as well. Impure blood
County. Lenses ground for the
most ditlicult cases.
brother Joe intends going to Baker City. Mrs. Asbury, Fleta Magers, Jennie Craw makes itself apparent in a pale and sallow
ford ami Freda Latourette. These were complexion, pimples and skin eruptions.
The place to buy the best coffee fo> of greater or less excellence, according to If you ate feeling weak and worn outand
the least money is at Warren & Son’s.
the advancement of the pupil
Some do not have a healthy appearance you
Mr. O)e Madison of Reedville visited members of the class are said to have should try Acker’s Blood Elixir. It cures
with F. H. Barnhart on Tuesday. A few lelt strongly the force of the rule which all blood diseases where cheap Sarsaparil
EAST AND SOUTH
years ago the latter gentleman sold the makes public appearance compulsory on la? and so called purifiers fail; knowing
former a farm in Kansas, upon which such occasions, but in realizing the this we sell every bottle on a positive guar
strength of the rule and in their com antee. For sale by Rogers Bros.
his brother still resides.
pliance to the best of their ability, they
■lepeixls I |>on I.o» ulity.
machines, needles and extras at C. Gris won much credit for themselves. The
unique features of the program in piauo
City paper has just dis
performance was the opening caprice by
HlVItiV 'p VV
Rev. Geo. W. Fender occupied the
it takes twice as many
Maud Hobbs and Mrs. Evenden—a duet
Two Express Trains Daily
pulpit of the First Cumberland Presby
on two pianos. The selection was ex bushels of w heat to buy a stove as
terian church of Portland on Sunday,
Valiev farmers have
Portland ...... 8:30 A M | Portland......... 7:1.5 P M the pastor, Rev. Geo. A. Blair, being in- tremely well timed, and was difficult. it did in 1896.
Portland............7:00 P M I Portland......... 11:15AN"
A piano quartet, Boccaccio, by the Mis known that for some time, says the
Han Francisco.. *:05 A M 8an Francisco..? vo A 5 »■apacitated with a dislocated ankle.
ses Hobbs, Latourette, Crawford and Salem Journal.
Han Francisco, b 23 P M | .San Francisco..6:55 P M
Rev. Fender’s pulpit was acceptably
Above trains slop nt all stations between Port tilled Sunday morning by Dr. J. H Campbell, was among the most appre
This is a stock argument of dem-
land and Salem. Turner, Marion, Jefferson,
ciated performances, and they were
Albany, 1.111 -.«• 111. Sbedds. Hataey. Harrisburg Douglass of this city.
crats and populists endeavoring to
called back to repeat it. The college
1 Junction City, Eugene, Cottage Grove, Drain
Oakland and all stations from Roseburg to San
The California Rose Co., I .os Angeles, glee club made their initial appearance. prove general hard times.
Cal., are headquarters on the coast for I’he club is composed of the follow ing used for a time in populistic Kansas,
DINING CARS ON OGDEN ROUTE.
nice field-grown rose bushes. All the young men: Messrs. Storey, Latourette, but has been investigated along
PVH-L.7VTWN * BUFFET
latest and best sorts.
Send for a cata Fellows, McKillop, Converse, Smith, other lines, and the result was that
Brown, Hopfield, Adams, McCutcheon, the rise in prices as a rule has fa
SECOND CLAS s T l EEPING CARS
Grandpa Embree w as 94 years old Jan Lambert, Cooper and Black. Although vored the farmer about as much as
nary lltli, and that evening his children, thirteen in number, there was nothing anyone else. There it requires 20
Attacheil to nil Through Trains.
They per cent more wheat tn buy a stove
West Hide Division.
grandchildren and neighbors gathered at unlucky in their performance.
PORTLAND a ND COKVALLP his home oil the hill south of town to first sang “The Moon is Brightly •¡learn than it did in 1896. but it takes 2' IV
»Mail Train Daily, iExcept .Sunday.) help him have a good time. He is in ing," and, if possible, they gave this old per cent less corn,
it takes about
unusual good health, and that evening melody added charms.
three-fourths as much sugar, coffe»
a» le»l_as one of the youngest of the as- must hear them again, anil they gave
“Every Day'11 Bo Sunday Bye and Bye." or tea as it would in 1896.
-emblage.— Dallas Itemizer.
At Albant and Corvallis connect will
It is quite unusual to get together so el of.corn will buy over half as much
DeWitt's Little Early Risers purify
trains of Or. Central A E.» tern By
many young men with voices so well again sugar and coffee as it would in
Express Train Daily, t Except Sunday.) I lie blood, clean the liver, invigorate the harmonized. The college octette was 1800. A ton of broom-corn will buy
system. Famous little pills for consti
ilie choral offset to the glee club. It is about three times as much of any
r m ! Lv
pation ami liver troubles. Rogers Bros.
compose») of Misses Mollie and Mattie thing the farmer has to buy, with
>• M i Ar
« :«» P M 1 Ar Indepvndent'AN
Lv 1 4:50 A A
The Corvallis Times reports that dur ¡’atty, Elsie ami Maud Hobbs, Grace the pos able exception of wire and
Rebate tl< kcM on Mib’hi t u i t’li Portland Sac ing the i<ile winter »lays, a citizen of that Sutherland, Stella
Redmond, Freda nails, as it would in 1896.
raraento and 8nn Friint'iaeo. Ni t rales S17 drift place is building bicycles for the spring
Latourette and Mrs. Evenden, with Miss
c I hmn , and Sil «econd-clnsN, including »le<i»er.
The lack of diversity of crops in
market. One already completed hue Jennie Crawford as accompanist. They
C. II. MARKHAM.
valley will always set as a hard
Gen. Freight and Pansenger Agent.
been sold for $50. Eight others in all sang “Estudiantina,” and were required
Rate«- «n't tickets t<» Instern points and Europe siages of construction will.be finished he-
ship, when prices on our particular
Also JAPAN. CHIN A HGNcl l l.l and AUH
TRA 1.1A , can !»• ohi.tined from
commodities go down.
hire the bicycle season opens. The Times best numbers.
G. A. Wilcox or .If. I/. Gortner,
claims the Corvallis man is making a
Ticket Agent«. McMinnville.
very good bicycle. Why not? Why
t. KOFHI.KR. Malinger.
should not tens of thousands of dollars
spent by Oregonians each year for bicy
cles be kept nt home?—Statesman.
The Eminent Kidney
and Bladder Specialist
The Kind Y oh _ Have
and which lias In c hip
in use for over 30 years, lias borne the signutiire o
and has been tuade tind»»r his per
sonal supervision since ii »nianey.
Allow no one to deceive you in this.
All Coiintcrfeits, Imitations ami Substitutes arc but Ex
periments that trille with and <ndaii;.-» r t! ■ health of
Intacts and (Tiildcen— llxpcrlem ••
What is CASTORiA
CastorLv is a substitute for Ca tor Oil, Par-- •» '■■■ Drops
and Soothing Syrups. It is Harmle-s and I'L i.-int. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine nor oile r Narcotic
substance. Its age is its guarantee. It dr ;:;»ys
and allays Feverishness. It cures Diarrhoea and V ind
Colic. It relieves Teething Troubles, cures Caustipatlon
mid Flatulency. It assimilates the i-'ood, r» gule.tes the
Stomach and Bowels, giving healthy an»! nalurrd sleep.
The Children’s Panacea--The Mother’s Friend.
GENUINE CAS Ì ORLA ALWAYS
I Will Examine Your
Eyes Free of charge
In Us© For Over 3'0 '«cars.
THE CENTftUP COMPANY. T7 WiRRAY F.TRFET. »4EW TOOK CD
The Shasta Route
Digests what you cat.
Unless the governor or Providence in
tervenes, \\ G. Magers will be hanged
two weeks from todav.
Orsdel lias ordered the lumber for the
stockade mid scaffold, which will lie built
next week by John Chamberlain. The
stockade will l»o immediately west of the
jail. Jtix40 feet in size and 20 feet high
liver llkl invitations to be present will be
sent out. Magers is fully aware of what
is being »lone ami seems perfectly til)
It artificially tllge t st he food and nids
Nature in strengthening ami recon-
stnicting the exhausted digestive or
gans. It. isthelatest dlscovereddigest-
iint and tonl»'. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia. Indigestion, Heartburn,
An Oregon expert has figure»! out the
Flatulence. Sour Stomach, Nausea
Sick Headache,Gast ralgla.Cramps.and state's golil yield as follows:
all other results of Imperfect dig» «tion Eastern Oregon golil belt
Ptsoarad by E C. DaWiit a Co.. Chlcaao
I »ouglaa conntv
Henry Sims leluine»! on M nday tiom Bohemia district (Douglas
southern Oregon, lie is nursing a brok 1’iHis amt Curry counties
en leg received from the caving of a bank
while he was mining.
It lias lieen demonstrated repeate»!ly in
every state in the I'niou and in many Ilntiita ■> Ureal Kun nn I liumber-
Ittln's l ung It Krincdy.
foreign coun’ri».» that Chaml<»rlain'e
Manager Martin, of the Pierson drug
Cough Remedy i- a certain preventive
and cure for croup.
It has become the store, informs us that he is having a
universal remedy for that disease. M. great run on Chamberlain's Cough Rem
V. Fisher of Lils rty, W. Va., only re- edv. lie pells five bottles of that medi
|x»ats what has la'en sai»t around the cine to one of any other kind, and it
globe when he writes: “1 have need gives great satisfaction. In these .lava
Chamberlain's Cough Rcmeilv in my of la grippe there in nothing like Cham
family for several years ami always with berlain’» Cough Remedy to stop the
perfect success. We believe that it is congh, heal up the soar throat and lunge
not only the l*st congh remedy, but and give relief within a very abort time.
that it is a sure cure for croup. It has The sales are growing, and all who try it
save»! the lives of our children a number are pleased with its prompt action.—
of times.” This remedy is for sale by South Chii ago Daily Calumet. For sale
by lfuworth A Co., druggist*.
Huworlh A Co., druggists.
I have ordered a Large Stock of New Furni
ture for the early trade, much of it being already
here, and more yet to arrive. A specially large
supply of Bedroom Suits. The stock is more than
will go in my store room, and I am placing them
on display over the Racket store. Come and see us.
H. C. BURNS.
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