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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 14, 1886)
The Daily Reporter.
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Will lx made satisfactory to all applicants.
Sept. 14, 1886
The new «tore opened here by Soperj |^ook
Bros, is doing a “tip top” business.
We wish them that success which their
R. Lam.«on Jr., of Portland, is visit
ing relatives in this vicinity.
A birthday party was given at the
residence of L. Drown on Monday
night All report a first-class time.
Quite a ’number of our citizens vis
ited the countv fair and report favora
John Lercher has been quite ill for
several days with cholera morbus.
I am requested to state for the bene
fit of all concerned that the hog law is
enforced in this preoinct up to the
letter. If you don’t believe it ask
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The day of despising small things is
forever past in Oregon
The price o ’
the daily Reporter is two cents. In
order to “make change” our Master
Leonard will soon be supplied w ith the
bronze coins. The aocretarv of the
treasury has at length come to the
conclusion to facilitate the circulation
" Knowledge is a bright and powerful light,
of minor coins. Nickels and bronzes always
shining for throe who desire it."
are intrinsically, perhaps, worth no To the patrons of the MoMinuville publio
more in prop >rtion than the Bland school:
The above school will open Monday,
dollar Still they are of the utmost
20th. Being desirous that the
advantage in retail sales, and for the
want of them some portions of the coming school year shall be a success
country have suffered. They are real ful one, we beg of you, your support
ly clamoring for cents and half dimes, and hearty co-operation. Shall it be
but were recently informed that if they a success? How to make it so :
1st. See that your children attend
wanted those coins from the mint
After whioh call al A. J. Appereou’e sad
there were plenty of them, yet they regularly and from the beginning. Re take a look at the goods -
would have to pay the cost of trans membering that one day missed is two Onjar’x Double Seated Drawers and Gbeet-
portation tn the places where they days lost.
By the Way,
were to be used. The government, in
an economical point of view, could not books or tools with which to work.
Do you realize the astonishingly low prvoas at
3d. In case anything goes wrong, go
undertake to pay express charges.
The acting secretary of the treasury immediatly to the teacher, and to none
Men g Suita from H6.00 up, and Boys’ Baize
department has now tn ken a new view other.
from *3.50 up. NO SHODDY.
of his duties in thia particular, ant
4th. See that the children présenta
determines to send out the coins neat and clean appearance at school ;
wherever they are needed. On this thereby cultivating habits which are
coast, where the humble cent has long necessary attainments for ladies and
been despised, this boon may yet be gentlemen.
discovered to la> a real blessing
5th. Visit the school, showing by
Just Received at
community which compels itself to
|>ay ten cents for an article of mer that you have an interest in their wel
chandise not worth more than one fare.
cent may Isiast that it dot's not care
Last, but hv no means least, we wish
for trifles. Its extravagance is found to mention the most demoralizing fea
ed upon ignorance of the old principle, ture. with which we have to contend,
lake care of the pence and the that of tardiness We would ask that
Brownsville Woolen Mills Agency,
pounds will take care of themselves.” you give this your special attention,
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and we will, as is required by
aw, require written excuses from par ST. (1UR!J> 1 HOTEL,
cuts, for absence or tardiness of ai)}'
r MCLTJiBR, Prop.,
Thermometer 95 degrees in the »upil. Your humble servant,
Corner Third and B streets,
.1. A. P rice , Principal. New house! New furniture! Unsurpassed
The roads are full of people,
BISHOP & KAY,
Tks Leaders is Ming.
G. R. Higgins, Portrait Artist in
('rayon and Paatellc. North Yamhill,
Oregon. Priced ren-onable.
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in the country Rate«—$ 1 to (2 per day ao-
cording to_ room. Single meals 25 cents
Lodging, 25 to 50 cents acoording to room
Board and Lodging, $1 to $5, per week. 1'w
l ine Sample Rooms for commercial tuaa
Give me a call and see for yourself.
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