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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 10, 1886)
FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1886.
The Daily Reporter.
tCnt«re<l in the Postoffioe at. McMinnville for
Transmission Through the Mails as Sec
ond Class Matter.
I>. C. IRELAND .1 CO. PUBLISHERS,
Sept. 10, 1886
The daily Reporter will be the means
of improving the weekly Reporter fully
half. Make a note of this.
Subscribe for the Reporter, and pay
for it when you 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.
If this paper suits you tor 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.
At the Baptist church next Sunday
a special sermon will be preached on
“Probation after death,” by the pastor,
G. .1. 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
An agricultural exchange has an
article on “ the be-t hog.” lie evident
ly is not the kind of hog that takes the
weekly newspaper every week out of
the postoflice and reads it till he gets
a bill for it and then refuses to take it
out any more, and declines to pay for
it and walks around with the printer's
money in his pocket.
The local fair to begin at Newberg
>>n the 23d is free for all. For several
years the jieople in that part of that
county have made a neighborhood ex
hibit that has been a great credit as
well as a means progress. 1 f such fairs
could be held in all parts of Oregon
they would do much to create honra-
ble enterprise and emulation and add
no little to the social advantages of
Newport must be a lonesome place
for Stinit. The hotels and restau
rants have all closed up, except the
Grotto; and the season is ended.
Crickets only tenant Sleepy-hollow;
Mr. Case is alone with his family and
a few lodger’s at the Ocean house;
and Vbbey hasn’t got even a lone fish
erman to play jack-pot with. Frank
Stanton has gone to his ranch, and
business of all kinds is about as it
used to be in "The days of old, the
days of gold, the days of '49.
W. T. BAXTER.
F. .1. MARTIN.
New Firm, New Goods, New Prices
At the New Store of
Bister S¡ Martin
Successors to Al HUSSEY,
t hird street, McMinnville. Oregon
ta to Ilin.
A new, neat ami clean stock. Everv article
A No. 1. Fruit Jars, Butter Crocks, (’olored
Glassware, Cutlery, Cased Goods. To
bacco, Pipes and Cigars.
Frosh Fruit and Vegetables in Season.
W. F. BANCA SSER, Propr.
Give me a call. Iuspect my stock, and 1
will guarantee prices to suit you.
Successor to Bangasser A Son.
Bangs ««er’i) building Cor. B and Tliini streets.
Third street, opposite the Marble works.
Here is where you can get your money’s
Has just opened her New Spring Stock of
Beef, Pork, Mutton, Sausage, Tripe Hats, Bonnets and Fine
and everything .n the line of meats, of the
best quality the country «Hords. Also the
II ILLI VERY GOOIK.
Mrs. G. H. Goulet,
Best of Bolotinas.
Give me a call and he satisfied.
W. F. BANG ASS E11.
To which she invites the ladies inspection.
What goods I have i represent as they are,
and the goods will speak for themselves
Family Grocery Store.
M ILLÏNER Y,
Third Street. McMinnville. Oregon.
Direct from Mew York.
L. ROOT, Proprietor,
All Fresh Goods, Grocenes. Flour, Bacon, and
Giasswaro and Crockery.
Buy Fashionable Goods From the
Head-quarters of Fashion.
“Goods delivered to purchaHers’in the oity
MHS. M. SHADDEN.
MIHH MAY VBARFY.
Shadden & Vessey,
Your attention is called to my exhibit of
F rn h lona ble ¡D ressmakerN
Mm IN THE PAVILION,
1-iT’The Taylor System of Cutting and Fit
Miss Minnie Baker,
And to prioes at my store.
K’When in the city oall and take a look Painting and Portraits in Oil, Water Colors,
Crayon and Porcelain.
at rnv stock.
MISS F. E. RVSS,
Third street, Next to Bishop & Kay's More,