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About The daily reporter. (McMinnville, Or.) 1886-1887 | View Entire Issue (Sept. 30, 1886)
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Dr. Turner is performing remarka
¡Transacts a General Banking
Interest allowed on time deposit«.
ble operations and cures at the inter
made on favorable Unai
national hotel, Portland
and Telegraphic 'ft
New York is redeeming her reputa
I on Now York, San Francisco and Pa^
She has already contributed
Office hours—from 9 a. m. to 4 p. B
more to Charleston than was raised
from the whole country for the Grant
monument, or some $130,000 Boston
Represents the following sterling «
contributes about half as .much as
ies: London & Liverpool A Glebe,
New York, although Boston has not
British & Mercantile, Commereiil '
Fire Association, German America,
more than a quarter of New York's
man’s Fund, Hartford, Cornmerei»! .,
population, and less than one-fourth
Nevada, State Investment.
Wheat insurance a specialty.
its wealth Richmond, Va., refuses to
help Charleston, despite the request of
the leading citizens of Richmond.
At the late Salem fair Yamhill ear
ried off the prize for the largest and
best jack in Oregon The judges had
an elaborate report prepared to be read
to the owner when awarding the prize
and it was arranged that it should be
read from the judges’ sfand on the
race track, but when everything was
CHARLES HOT 4
in readiness Mr. Galloway was not to
r. mULTNBR. Prep.,
Itf found, and the matter tell through.
Corner Third and B streets.
After whioh call at A. J. Apperson’s and
Since that time Mr Galloway has sold take
a look at the goods
New house! New furniture! Unw.’
Noisy Billy, named after Billy Boone,
Conger’s Double Seated Drawers and Chest- in the country. Kates—$1 to |2 per 3
of the Oregon Siftings ; to N. K. Sitton.
cording to room. Single meals S A
Lodging, 25 to 50 cents according tc
We contend that Doc. is entitled to
Board and Lodging, $4 to $6, per we«
that “ elaborate report," and demand
Fine Sample Rooms for oommeni»
that Al Holman forward it to Mr. Do yon realize the astonishingly low prices at Give me a call and see for yourself. »
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Sitton without delay, 'l'he report ami
W. J. OARBISON.
purse go with the jack
Men's Suits from $6.00 up, and Bovs’ Suits
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from $3.50 up.
H»<l mi Operili Ion Per for nicil.
Nearly all the hotel men in the city
know a young man of about 19 years,
called 1» Kelly, and must also remem
ber how cross-eyed he was. Those
who know him, among whom is Mr.
Lewiston, of the International hotel,
used to think hi' could not possibly
sec with one of his eyes, as it looked
light in to his nose About a week
since, however, he had an operation
Ample room to care for horses.
fierformed, which was quite a painless team at as reasonable rates as any where in
one, and which has left the eye, which ’»recon. New stable Third St., McMinnville.
was really very much crossed, so
V l>. Howard.
staight and well, that the other now
PHYSICIAN AND OPTICIAN.
shows that it was also a little oil. Dr.
All defects of the eye
Turner will in a few days attend to
the other and will have both eves per
1 >i plopin ¡when glnsses are
fectly straight. Young Kelly is al
required to correct the de-
a.1prpI’arvd to meet. I test the
ready al work regularly. The doctor
L. 1,1 UA* prol*>r I«»" to spectacles and
has rooms at the International hotel, nelv.t______________________ "t"1 **tisfy your-
rh'rd Stre6t MoMiunville,
but will lw in this city October 12th. 'OrXn
EURISKO MARK ■
Where the best of meats can always far
and at the most reasonable prices
the loin of beef is divided with
ers. Meats done up in tbe tateK he
and good weights given. Give«" .
W. J. Garrison Hoi
M illineb It
Direct from New Y
Buy Fashionable Goods ft»»
Head-quarters of Fash» £
BINS ». B. ®n * ’