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The Daily Reporter.
D. C. IREI.ANJ) A CO. PUBLISHERS,
McMinnville, Oregon, - Sept. 7, 1886
Subscribe for thé Reporter, and pay
for it when von subscribe, and we will
pledge ourselves to give you more
news, for less money, than any other
paper in the Willamette valley. The
Daily will help the weekly 100 per
cent. See if it don’t.
We have samples of Landreth wheat
harvested by A. K. Olds this year,
which yielded 60 bushels per acre. It
was pastured late. His fields of 160
acres averaged 33 bushels per acre.
He has this wheat for sale for seed at
75 cents per bushel.
At the Baptist church next Sunday
a special sermon will be preached on
“Probation after death,” by the pastor,
G. J. Burchett. The sermon will be
preached at 11 o’clock a. m. All are
cordially invited, especially those who
are supposed not to belive in ortho
Berger, Burgess and Al. Raleigh of
Portland, have just come out from
Trask and Doherty with splendid suc
cess. They say that Keyes is the boss
hunter and guide of the northwest,
and that .Jim Fairchild, the Tillamook
stage driver, is the peer of Hank
With Greenbank’s powdered caustic
soda and refuse grease you can make
125 IL of pure soap for $1.00. No ex
perience, fuel, or special apparatus re
quired, and only fifteen minutes of
time needed. Caustic soda is also ex
cellent for destroying insects on trees,
etc. Send for circulars to T. W. Jack-
son & Co., 218 California St., San
The accident to Dudley Howard at
Pendleton, is greatly regretted among
horsemen. He was a very promising
colt. In his trial he struck a rock and
broke his hind leg just between his
pastern and fetlock. He had moved
TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 7, 1886.
a quarter in 0 :24|. They hope to save
his life. Such a three-year-old seldom
if ever looked through a bridle. He
has shown a quarter in 23 seconds, a
half in 49, seven-eighths in 1 :30, a
mile in 1 :45.
There will probably be no finer dis
play on the fair grounds than can be
seen at Detmering’s show window. En
ergy will tell. Detmering is certainly-
opening one of the finest lines of goods
ever displayed in McMinnville.
If this paper Buits you for a bit a
week we shall appreciate the favor of
your subscription ; we have no money
to lose in the venture; if it pays its
way another column will be added,
and another ; if not perhaps not. The
quality is surely as fair as the rate.
Don’t forget that Bishop & Kay
have the largest assortment of mens,
youths, and boys clothing in McMinn
ville, also over coats and furnishing
goods of all kinds, and now is the time
to buy your goods and they are agents
of the Brownsville Woolen Mills the
best goods made and sold for the least
money. Remember the place oppo
site Yamhill Co. bank.
Advertisers can take their choice,
either daily or weekly, at the same old
rate. No advance in the price. We’ve
come to stay, if you say so.
W. T. BAXTER.
F. J. MARTIN.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the New Store of
Baster & Martis
Suooessors to Al. HUSSEY,
Third street, MoMinnville, Oregon
ta tar Bn
A new, neat and clean stock. Every article
A No. 1. Fruit Jars, Butter (.'rocks, Colored
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods, To
bacco, Pipes and Cij”>rs.
Fresh Fruit and Vegetables in Seasea.
Give me a cal). Inspect my stock, and (
will guarantee prices to suit you.
Mrs. G. H. Goulet,
Third street, opposite the Marble works.
Has just opened her New Spring Stook of
Hats, Bonnets and Fine
To which Bhe invites the ladiea inspection.
What goods I have I represent as they are,
and the goods will speak for themselves
Family Grocery Store.
Third Street, McMinnville, Oregon.
L. ROOT, Proprietor,
Direct from New York.
Buy Fashionable Goods From the
Head-quarters of Fashion.
Your attention is oalled to my exhibit of
GOODS III THE PAVILION,
All Freeh Goods, Groceries. Flour, Bacon, and
Glasswaro and Crockery.
| j*F~Goods delivered to purohasers'in the city
MBS. M. SUADKBN.
Shadden & Vessey,
t^"The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit
Miss Minnie Baker,
And to prioes at my Btore.
f^“When in the city oall and take a look Painting and Portraits in Oil. Water Golota,
Crayon and Porcelain.
at ray stock.
MISS F. E. RUSS,
Third street, Next to Bishop A Ray's store,