The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887, September 01, 1886, Image 3

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Th@ Datty Reporter,
D. C. IRELAND A CO. PUBLISHERS,
Mrs. Nellie Curren, engaged in the
Baptist missionary work at Portland,
left here for her field of labor on Sa tur­
day.
McMinnville, Oregon, - Sept. 1, 1886
MRS. M. SHADPEN.
MISS MAY VE8SEY.
Hon. J. C. Braley is at Soda springs.
Shadden & Vessey,
Judge Hurley returned to Lafayette
with his family on Saturday.
Fashionable Dressmakers
W. F. Collard left for Yaquina on a tSyThe Taylor System of Cutting and Fit­
ting employed.
tour of observation last Monday.
On and after this date teachers will
Miss Minnie Baker,
find Hon. J. A. C. Freund at his office
in this city.
Our sanctum was honored on Tues­
Portraits in Crayon and Porcelain.
Third
street, Next to Bishop & Kay's store,
day by calls from Mrs. Jas. Turner
McMinnville, Or.
and Mrs. John Wortman.
We acknowledge a call from Jesse
Mrs. H. P. Stuart,
Hobson last week, one of the enter­
FASHIONABLE
prising builders of Newberg.
Win. Campbell and Geo. W. Jones Millinery, Dressmaking,
will represent our hook and ladder FANCY GOODS, TRIMMINGS, NO­
company at Salem on the 8th.
TIONS, ETC.
Elsie Wright threshed 40,016 bushels
■lair Weaving and Stamping
of grain in twenty-five days. Among
Done to Order,
this was 1,000 bushels of barley.
Opposite the Grange store, McMinnville,Or.
H. B. Derick and wife, of Crawfords­
M iss K. T hornton
ville, old friends of our city clothier M rs . A. M c D onald .
C. P. Bishop, are here on a visit.
In the free for all match next week, Fashionable
Milton is entered. He is a noble old
Dressmaking.
horse ; and although 18 years of age,
In Mrs. H. 1*. Stuart’s Millinery Store,
still has some style about him.
OPPOSITE GRANGE HALL,
The Reporter force highly appreciate
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a magnificent watermelon from south­ M c M innvillb
ern Oregon, presented to us by the
Mrs. G. H. Goulet,
liberal grocers Baxter Martin.
The News notes a call from our Mr. Third street, opposite the Marble works.
E. L. E. White. When last heard McMinnville,
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from he was going in the direction of Has just opened her New Spring Stock of
Puget sound, as happy as a clam at Hats, Bonnets and Fine
high tide.
MILLINERY GOODS,
Ladd & Reed’s Broadmead stables To which h I io invites the ladies inspection.
will be represented at the fair next What goods I have I represent as they are,
week by at. least nine animals: Cleve­ and the goods will speak for themselves.
land bays, Clydes, and cattle; all im­
ported stock.
The fifth annual meeting of the fire­
men’s association of Oregon and the 1 <><><> Urn TO BUY THE LARG-
accompanying state firemen’s tourna­ est, best and cheapest Brick in the market at
ment will be held in Salem, commenc­
ing Wednesday, September 8th, and
continuing three days. This city will
be well represented by its firemen.
J. L. Hallett of Dilley, harvested 85 Prices from #5.00 to #s.00 per Thousand.
bushels of White winter wheat per fW^Will also be prepared to lay brick on
acre for 22 acres. Mr. Hallett, writ­ short notice.
A C. SAYLOR,
McMinnville, Or.
ing to the Hillsboro Independent says :
This field was sown the last of Octo­
Brewster'» Patent Rein noIder.
Your lines are where yon put them—not
ber, 1885, two bushels to the acre, of
under horses’ feet One agent sold 12 dos. in
6 days, one dealer sold « dos. In 16 days.
old white winter wheat. I kept it!
Samples worth |1.» ran. Write for terms,
pastured down until abo t the middle'
of May.
E. E. BREWSTER, Holly, Mich.
WANTED,
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Yamhill County Bank.
M c M innville
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J. C. B rai . y ............................ President
W.D. M c D onald , J r ............. Secretary
C lark B raly ............................ Cashier
Transacts a general Banking Business. Col­
lections made on favorable terms.
Exchange on Ladd <t Tilton, Portland, Or.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
First National Bank,
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M c M innville , ....
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J acob W ortman .................... President
D. P. T hompson . Vice-president
J ohn W ortman ....................... Cashier
Transacts a General Banking business.
Interest allowed on time deposits.
Collections made on favorable terms.
Sight Exchange and Telegraphic Transfers
on New York, San Francisco and Portland.
Office hours—from 9 a. tn. to 4 p. tn.
FIRE INSURANCE.
JOHN WORTMAN
Represents the following sterling compan­
ies: London & Liverpool & Globe, North
British & Mercantile, Commercial Union
Fire Association, German Amerioan, Fire­
man’s Fund, Hartford, Commercial, Anglo
Nevada, State Investment.
Wheat insurance a specialty.
NEW BRICK YARD.
The Best BBICK Ever Offered to the Public.
J. Hamnett has a large lot of first clasa
n.XCJ3L|
At his yard near F. W. Martin’s, across the
Yamhill bridge. These brick will be sold at
the following prioes, according to quality:
•4.50, «O.OO, »0.50 and »7.00 a 1(100.
J. HAMNETT.
W. J. GARRISON.
A. H. GAUNT.
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EURISLO MARKET.
Whore the best of meats can always bo found
and ut the most reasonable prices, where
the loin of beef is divided with our custom­
ers. Meats done np in the latest styles,
an ' good weights given. Give us a call.
Yours truly,
W. J. Carrlson & Co.
GUNSMITH SHOP
AND
SHOOTING
GALLERY,
Old Post offioe Building, I) Street,
MoMINNVILLE
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OREGON,
Ctrl Wir, Fropririor.
Repairing of Guns, Pistols and Sowing
Machines a specialty.
I-iT" For sale nt this office
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