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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 17, 1886)
The Daily Reporter.
We would advise those in want of
hardware to call at Corker’s, Lafayette,
before buying elsewhere. Remember
So. C. IRELAND A CO. PUBLISHERS.
he is selling goods at cost.
- Sept. 17, 1886
Mr. and Mrs. Norman Tucker, who
have spent a very pleasant summer in
I Sidewalk lumber for sale at this of Oregon, expect to start eastward, for
their home in Michigan, on Tuesday.
■ Well digging is now a very active
A fine lot of moulding for picuture
pursuit in this locality.
frames at E. R. Fellows
I Win. A. Henderson is again able to sample the lot.
Any size pictures
framed to order, neat, quick and cheap.
!OUU- be about, and attend to business.
Prof. A. L. Francis, one of the best,
most successful piano and organ tun
is in the city, headquarters at the
He expects to remain until
min- ■ Barnekoff A Co. chop grain for $2.50 to-morrow p. m.
Miss Mollie Burk, formerly of this
era- per ton, at the warehouse in this city.
the »A great nimy immigrants are com city, sister to Henry, was recently mar
ing into the lower end of this county. ried in Arcada, California, to Walter
¿Bishop A Kay will place a few of Hopkins. Mrs. Hopkins’ many friends
their select goods on exhibition at here send greeting to her happiness.
Alice Clawson (love has resigned,
’Snow fell on the Canadian Pacific and the office been filled by her hus
Sept. 4th. The snow sheds are not all band as school superintendent in M ult-
nomah county. How does this suit
D I. Corker has some plows, har the cranks, for a put up job.
rows, fan mills and other articles for
A gentleman informed us we had
sale at cost.
mistaken the time of the Newberg fair,
Mrs. Madden, of Portland, is visit it began on the 24th. We were right,
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Casev, in it begins on the 23d. but the shabby
poster issued bv the good folk at New
D 1. Corker, wishing to close his berg is a little misleading.
business at Lafayette,will sell his goods
Fletcher Bros, will soon have a rol
at cost for cash.
ler mill in operation on the farm of J.
purveyor Fenton returned yester B. Fletcher near this city, for chop
day from a professional trip in vicinity ping feed. Farmers can call and have
of North Yamhill.
a feed chopped by the first of next
Clyde Apperson drove to Dayton month.
this a. m. and connected with the City
,1. H. Stine’B latest, the Brownsville
•of Salem for New Era.
Informant, is at hand. We cannot tell
Dr and Mrs. Howard, B. F Fuller just yet who will buy him out. The
And wife, and David Wallace and wife, Informant is a neat looking sheet, and
leave for the meeting at New Era to shows evidence that it is got up in a
town full of enterprising people. Suc
If you want a first class article of cess attend it.
furniture made, Mr. Clark will produce
The finest, most comfortable fall or
it for you at E. B. Fellows’ cabinet winter underskirt for a lady is the
hand-knit Ormiston pattern for sale at
The Band of Hope will meet at the Dctmering’s. It comes in all sizes for
M. F. church this afternoon at a quar ladies and Misses.
Ask I). C. to show
ter past two. All little folk are in it to you. and our word for it you’ll
buy it. The price is no object to be
The old and well established well without one of them.
Alf. Wilson’s barn on the highlands
corner of Third and C streets is being
again put into good condition after near the Willamina, was destroyed by
fire Monday night. His loss is heavy,
Portland reporters are congratulat- consisting of 600 bushels of oats, 300
•• ing themselves that they can now eat bushels of wheat. 140 bushels of barley,
all his hay and feed. No stock
oysters. Yes cool September has an r and
lost. He is of the opinion that the
in it. So has frost, rheumatism and barn was set on fire, as it broke out
about 2 o’clock a. m
Best cream cheese 15cts. per lb at
Baxter A Martin’s.
Judge Cowls’ new house is to be oc
cupied by John Wortman.
Geo. Terry of this city took first pre
mium at Salem for edged tools.
The neatest and the cheapest job
printing at the Reporter office.
The Waterway convention is to meet
at Vancouver, Oct. 14th at 9 a. m
Hon.Wm. Galloway has been chosen
presidentof the Oregon State Agricul
Far West baking powder, best and
cheapest, 35cts. per lb. Samples free
at Baxter A Martin’s.
Hon. J. 8. Hibbs is down with an
attack of billions fever. Sickness is
not confined to the city.
C. W. Talmage is authorized to pay
all premiums awarded at the county
fair. Call upon him at his office.
The final count of the fair executive
board leaves $357.00 to pro rate among
subscribers. Nearly 70 per cent.
C. A. Wallace of this city was chos
en one of the board of managers of
the state fair. Hon. Wm. Galloway
president of the society.
Ed. Noyes, G. W. Dillingham and
Mr. Habersham, have just returned
from Trask to Portland and Astoria
They prefer this region to any in which
they ever fished or hunted.
Three prizes are to be shot for al
Collard’s gallery. One is a handsome
Winchester rifle, 2d a box of cigars; 3d
a silver dollar. Call and take a shot.
Mr. Collard will give you all particu
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