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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 25, 1886)
Ths Oalty Reporter.
Sept. 25, 1886
enton’s sale at the farm to-day.
inator Watts took in the fair at
heat dropped half a cent a bushel
this market Thursday.
HRhoice uncolored and English broak.-
tea 50 cents a tt>. at the bakery.
Th<- west side trains are running
,<!*ily to Newberg, arriving at 12 and
nttving at 3:30. ’
Aflmse hats at half the marked
■Mtte at Miss Russ’ millinery store are
'going off rapidly.
^■ki school books rebound and made
as new for half the price of new
by J. C. Cooper.
_____ e children of the Newberg Band
made a fine impression at
the pavilion yesterday.
Abe Blackburn was the happiest
■Mtn at the Newberg fair yesterday.
Cause, a fine baby girl at home.
The Brownsville woolen mills dis-
play of blankets at Newberg yesterday
was greatly admired by all present.
c*ty PUInPrt work (> K, but they
need lead troughs to prevent the sur-
water from running back into the
Not a drop of rain at Newberg yes-
ttn^y, hence one of the finest social
r pnw |
reunions ever held there became an
Mis* Latourette has been called to
pme at Oregon city from our Col-
Bn consequence of a runaway ac-
which resulted disastrously to
Mr. Hobson has 20,000 bushels of
IBU chMbe wheat in his Newberg ware
house. He expects 10,000 bushels more
U',!c before much shipping is done by rail
land next month.
prizes are to be shot for at
's gallery. One is a handsome
ster rifle, 2d a box of cigars ; 3d
r dollar. Call and take a shot.
Hard will give you all particu-
lai ties indebted to W. T. Booth
city will l>e treated to a cigar if
ill call and pay up. And Mr-
says if this does not satisfy
will give each man two cigars
e year old carp was on exhi-
bition at the Newberg fair, but its
glass case was too small one way, and
in turning about it flopped through,
fell upon the ground, and was taken
back to its home in the Myers pond.
C A. Wallace, J. C. Derby and Pat
rick Casey, of Happy valley, have the
finest grape vines in Yamhill county.
Mr. Derbv had some beautiful clusters
of grapes on exhibition at Newberg
The dried prunes put up l»v S. A.
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Clarke.of the Farmer., and on exhibi-
tion at Newberg yesterday, were the
finest we have*ever seen. There were
three varieties : French (petite), Ital
ian, and Golden drop.
LA rRST STORM PREDICTIONS.
Wiggins has set the 29th for another
disastrous shake up of old mother
earth that is to wipe out New Orleans,
* W and Mobile, and * be even
*»*•••■** y to \ Charleston
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V last •
one. ’ This wave is to visit southern
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Europe and reach as far north on this
continent as San Francisco.- Prof.
Smith,*of Canada’,, agrees with Wig
gins in the calculation.' We have not
heard from Prof. ChaneyX Wiggins
savs this’shbck will be ushered in b’v
a most terrifie.storm in the west and
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northwest. Madison, Wjs^and South
Bend, - Ind., dispatches ’ of the 23d 4.
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speak of a violent storm. In Wiscon
sin hail stones fell which ’measured
eight inches around Thousands of .
birds were killed and 8,000 panes of
glass were broken in Madison. At
South Bend a panic^ensued among thq
people at a fair; horses stampeded ; ,
7,000 panes of glass broken, and the
storm destroyed near! v.the entire fruit
crop of the countv.
There was a regular Dakota horse
killer at work at Newberg yesterday.
We did not inquire the name of the
agent, but have no doubt all who wit
nessed its operations were satisfied
that it will not do for seeding in this
E. B. Fellows, our undertaker and
enterprising furniture dealer, has or
dered from the Pacific Casket and Cof
Mrs. S. A. Clarke‘,*of'Salem*,-accoiri-
• t .
•' 'j « r .. a ,
fin company, of San Francisco, a large •
panied her^husbajid to* Newb’erg ,yes-^
lot of handsome burial cases with ap
terdav. Mrs. Ularke is still; a sincere,
propriate trimmings, and also an ele
exceptionally, bright minded woman,
gant $1,300 hearse.
although tbreals of silver predominate
have been made with Messrs. Logan
n. her once gloss» hair
Bros. A Henderson whereby the old
many years ago, we »recollect; hut
hearse can be secured for funerals in
looking in the
mirror by the
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the city limits for $5 and $10. It is ex . • *
light of our lamp this evening we de-
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pected that the new. hearse
tect the same mark of admiration—
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here in fifteen days.*
the work of time. Yes, we are ad-
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A practical farmer’s wife at New
vancing with the years, nearing the
berg yesterday lead us into a secret
sunset of bufly, toilsome, and often un-
which should beexposed with reference
appieciated live«. When we crossed
to the Prettyman and Belshaw wheat
the continent westward, a quarter of a
samp’es. We are credibly informed
century since, Mrs. Clarke was the lit
that neither of those men can show re
erary center of attraction in that well-
ceipts for a hundred bushels.
bred but sleepy town, now the perma
are what should be termed patch pro
ducers. I«et ufl have the facts. There nent capital of thia state, Full of
is enough of the truth U> tell which magnetic cordiality her house was
will properly represent this state with always noted for its entertainmer ut.
out falsifying the record.
The blithe and merry children of that
Among the McMinnville visitors at home were an alluring charm ako:
Newberg yesterday wereC. A. Wallace but they have disappeared, only one
and wife, C. P. Bishop and w-ife, J. R. remains and ho a man matured. Well
Derby and wife, Mrs. Wm. Logan and
daughter, Miss Fannie Musgrove, Miss we are happy in the thought that af
May Newell, Mrs. M. J. Clark and son, ter all Time has dealt tenderly with
D. C. Ireland and daughter, A. V. R. Mrs. Clarke, and that still many peo
Snyder, Prof. Payne and others. From ple look eagerly forward to the weekly
North Yamhill we notice Messrs. Buck
ingham, Kuykendall Killen, et al. viflits of her paj»er which always U
Dayton, Lafayette and other portions sure to bring something to reeognixe
of the county were well represented, as good and to be appreciated.
also Clackamas and Marion. Fully one rejoices in the popularity of both
one thousand persons were on the Mr. and Mrs. Clarke more heartily
iltrx editor of 1L
the _ w>
grounds during the day. The fair is | than the
a grand success.
I their merit is unquestioned.