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DAILY EVENING REPORTER
M c M innville , O regon , W ednesday ,
W. C. T. U.
Ths Daily Reporter.
Entered in the Ppstoffioe at MoMinnville for
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec
ond Class Matter.
D. C. IRELAND.
E. L. E. WHITE.
The Session of the County Conven
The Methodist church was
well filled last evening, the occa
sion being a session of the coun
D. C. IRELAND & Co.,
ty convention of the W. C. T. U.
Mrs. Edwards, of Newberg, pre
Exercises were opened by
I’ hb D ailt R zpobtkb is issued every day
"jn the week exoept Sundays, and is delivered reading a portion of the scrip
m the city at 10 oents per week. By mail, 40 tures, after which prayer was
«ents per month in advanoe. Rates for ad
vertising same as for T he W keklt R epobtu . offered by Rev. Mr. Burchett,
followed by singing by a strong
Fine Book and Job Printer*. choir.
We beg leave to annennoe to the public
Mrs. Satchwell delivered a
rshat we have just added a large stock of new
novelties to our business, and make a special touching address of welcome, re
ty ef Letter Heads. Bill Heads, Note Heads, ferring to the work of the union,
ritatementa, Business Cards, Ladies’ Calling
and this the first county conven
Cards, Ball Invitations (new designs) Pro
grammes, Posters, and all descriptions of tion in Yamhill, which was feel
work. Terms favorable. Call and be con ingly responded to by Mrs. Ed-
D. C. IRELAND & CO.
w’ards, of Newberg, in which she
referred to the day, March 29th,
which had been set apart by the
UTTLEFlEU) & CÄLBREATH,
national union for prayer, and
that not less than 200,000 work
Offioe over Braly’s Bank.
Oregon. ers in the cause were to-day of
fering prayers in these United
DR. I. C. TAYLOR, States for God for Home and
Native land. As to the spread
Late of New Orleans, La.,
Piles and Fistula a Spe of the work, Mrs. Edwards cited
what has been done, making the
firee. üo Cure
w’ork world wide.
Then followed some very in
pg* Office with H. V. V. Johnson, M. D.,
teresting exercises by children
of the Band of Hope, under the
«. W. OOÜCHEB.
E. E. GOUCHBB.
direction of Miss Handley, con
Coucher & Coucher.
sisting of singing, dialogues,
PHWIC1ANS AND SURGEONS.
recitations, etc., in all of which
O regon .
the children acquitted them
Office and residence, oorner of Third and selves very handsomely.
D. streets, next to the postoffice
final song filled the church with
music, and left a good impres
Mair Cntting, Nhavinf ani 'ham.
A quartet, Gathering Home,
came next, after which Mrs.
15c SHAVING 15c. Wood, of Newberg, read an es
C. H. FLEMING, Proprietor.
say upon Sunday desecration,
(Successor to A. C. Wyndham.)
showing the hopeful aspects of
Ladies and children’s work a specialty.
that branch of the cause, which
«■I have jnBt added to my parlor the
largest and finest stock of cigars ever in this is classed third in importance,
•ity. Trv them.
and next to social purity, by the
Mrs. M. Shad den. national union. We observe
that Mrs. Wood has the same
Fashionable Dressmaker« erroneous ideas with respect to
E^The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit- Sunday papers which recently
prompted a crusade against
B street, bet. 2d and 3d, McMinnville. Or. them.
It is the Monday morn
D C. IRELAND tc CO., ing papers, and not the Sunday,
which desecrates the Sabbath;
Sunday papers are universally
prepared on Saturday; the Mon
day papers are prepared on Sun
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Fine Job Printers,
march bo . 1887.
PRICK TWO CENT8.
Rev. Mr. Hunsaker was the
next speaker. His remarks, as
usual were to the point, well
taken. One argument alone will
suffice to present his views with
respect to prohibition; he holds
that we might as well say that
the commandment, “Thou shalt
not steal”, should be revoked
because there are thieves in this
world, as to say there shall be
no prohibitory liquor law be
cause in some places “prohibi
tion does not prohibit.” He
told a good story which brought
Mrs. Edwards to the point, who
related one by Mrs. Chapin
originally, about tapering oft*.
These stories kept the audience
in excellent humor.
Mrs. Dr. Galbreath presented
a very able address upon the
subject of Social Purity, showing
that there is not a branch of the
w’ork neglected which has a tend
ency to elevate humanity, and
in the entire system but one su
percedes social purity. It was
voted that Mrs. Calbreath’s ad
dress be published.
Rev. E. Russ made a stirring
off hand address, picturing the
evils of intemperance in the
plainest possible light. How
high a man might have been
elevated in the scale of useful
ness, or how deep did he sink
into obscurity, because of strong
drink, none can tell without the
gift of observation given by God
alone. Mr. Russ is positive in
his opposition to license of any
kind for evils, and he just as
strongly opposes local option.
His address was followed by a
stirring song, “No Compromise,”
after which the following W. C.
T. U. doxology:
Praise God from whom all blessings
Praise Him, who heals the drunkards
Praise him, who leads the temperance
Praise Father, Son and Holy Ghost.
Following is the programme
for this evening:
Reading of Scripture.
Address by Mrs. M. E. K. Ed
Music, Gathering Home, re
peated by request.
Ten minute address, Rev. H.
Ten minute address, Rev. J.
W. B. Smith.
Original Poem, by Miss Vir
Ten minute address, Rev. G.
Music, Temperance song and
chorus, composed by Prof. Craw-
ford of McMinnville college, ren
dered by McMinnville Choral
Ten minute address, Rev. T.
Ten minute address, Prof. W.
Music Congregational singing.
I rbnr S mith G albreath ,
Yamhill County President, W.C.T.U.
Mr. Potter of Sheridan was in
the city yesterday.
The rich people are not to be
envied—try us and see.
An infant child of Frank Stev
ens was buried yesterday.
Mrs. Lemon, of Salem, is the
guest of Mrs. C. N. Graves.
Mrs. C. B. Martin will be ab
sent to Salem about a week.
J. F. Martin took a jaunt into
the country yesterday in the di
rection of Wheatland.
Mr. Chapin is now an advocate
of the Norwegian plow. He
would use no other. Booth A
Ford convinced him.
The dancing club soiree has
been postponed this week, until
April 9th. After that dal*»
dances will not be given oftener
than once in two weeks, and later
Gov. Pen noy er has appointed
J. H. Stater, of Umatilla county,
to personate the democracy in
the new farce entitled: “ The
State Railway Commission.”
A little Virginia darkey nam
ed Cyrus, had an older brother,
Cassius, who had spent a winter
in Washington in swell society,
and when he returned home he
set himself up as a teacher to his
less cultured family. One day
at the table Cyrus said to him,
“Gimme some ’lasses, Cash.»’
“You musn’t say ’lasses, Cv^
corrected Cassius; “you n
say molasses.” “Uugh!”gia til"
Cyrus; “how’s I gwine
lasses when I han’t had
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